Green Shoots

July 13, 2013

The busiest time of a year along a Shelby Farms Greenline is also a busiest time of a year for Cheffie’s, an instance of a business that is a approach customer of being nearby a Tillman Street finish of a greenline that extends easterly to Shelby Farms Park. For a restaurant, summer is a time […]

Anaconda's third ‘Stand Down’ lends assisting palm to internal vets

April 28, 2013

For some of a veterans, it’s been years given they’ve hold an Army-green duffle bag. But during a American Legion’s Stand Down eventuality in Anaconda Saturday, late troops group and women toted newly released bags, that they filled with government-issued goods, like garments and blankets— for free. By 8:45 a.m., a line outward Anaconda’s Armory […]

Born to fly a skies

February 23, 2013

STEUBENVILLE – Two group who were innate and lifted in Steubenville and went on to turn Tuskegee airmen in World War II were featured in a display Friday during Historic Fort Steuben as partial of Black History Month by their nice, Deborah Keith of Suitland, Md. John “Ellis” and Jerome Edwards were innate in a […]

An old-school complicated dentist

January 19, 2013

Hal Pickett remembers his initial patient, and a final one who walked out a door. The others are a bit fuzzy. You can’t unequivocally censure him, though. He’s been saying patients given a 1950s. At age 86, Pickett is one of a oldest health caring professionals in a state. He also is one of 6 […]

Spring Street building in downtown L.A. to turn artistic offices

January 7, 2013

A Spring Street bureau building finished in 1915 has been purchased by a developer who skeleton to urge it as gentrification sweeps gradually by downtown Los Angeles’ before vexed ancestral financial district. The Corporation Building, during 724 S. Spring St., was acquired by Izek Shomof, one of a many active developers of aging properties in […]

Karl Taro Greenfeld's 6 favorite books

September 30, 2012

The achieved publisher and author recommends stories about gang members, drugs, and down-and-out living The Wanderers by Richard Price (Mariner, $15). The author of Clockers skilfully dips in and out of a lives of a organisation of gang members, delivering a multi-perspective digest of a Bronx circa 1963 that’s also a good coming-of-age book. Price […]

Chris Smith: The doghouse Frank Lloyd Wright drew for a kid

March 13, 2012

Santa Rosa dentist Steve Berger has loving a story all his life. And he stars in it. Steve and his 3 siblings grew adult in San Anselmo and helped their late father, a propagandize clergyman and operative named Robert Berger, build one of Marin’s many famous houses. Not prolonged after World War II, Robert had […]

Fairbanks dentist helps respect Nisei soldiers

January 1, 2012

The day Pearl Harbor was bombed, Dec. 7, 1941, Brian Yamamoto’s father, Edward, was attending a University of Southern California on a ball scholarship. Born and lifted in Los Angeles, a college tyro was as astounded as a rest of America about a Japanese conflict on a U.S. naval bottom in Hawaii. “He was personification […]

A matter of ‘space’ for encampment dentist

December 17, 2011

It has been decades given Ridgewood dentist Anthony J. Cipriano finished his debate of avocation in a United States Air Force, though like associate servicemen of a Air Force Association, they see a constrained need to communicate a significance of a Air Force, in particular, and a inhabitant aerospace effort, in general, to a inhabitant […]

Longview man, 85, caps 60-year dentistry career

December 3, 2011

Dr. Morgan Willeford filled his final form Wednesday. After 60 years as a practicing dentist — all though a initial few months in Longview — a 85-year-old has retired. “I’ve enjoyed it immensely; many of my patients have turn my friends,” he said. “However, we only felt that a Lord was telling me it’s time […]