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If you detest the monotony of your workouts or the way you look in last year's swimsuit, Steel Caliber CrossFit in Bethlehem may be the solution to your problem. The fitness facility at 250 E. Broad St., next to The Original Kunsman Roofing and Siding...
Staff WriterEl Centro resident Jack Kirby has lived a lifetime of adventures and has compiled those stories into his self-published book, “So You Wanna Be a Cowboy?” The book chronicles the “true events in the lives of Jack and Marilyn Kirby”...
Tags: Golf, The Salvation Army, Sports
Mary Altman and John Pinson, though each traveling alone on business, savored some conversation with their barbecue last week as they sat together at one of 4 Rivers Smokehouse's large picnic tables in Winter Park. The two discovered they both live in...
Who eats: Businesspeople, Gold Coast residents Why eat: Traditional steakhouse Ambience: Tucked in a relatively quiet area of the Gold Coast, just a hop, skip and a jump from Lake Michigan, this outlet of the Rosebud Steakhouse chain is a bit off...
Tags: Cheddar Cheese, Salads, Hamburgers, Foods and Beverages, Steaks
Years ago, Nam Pham, 70, and Paul Tsang, 56, left their Asian homelands and ultimately settled on the same street in Uptown's Argyle enclave. Pham, a Vietnamese national, started a pharmacy on one side of Argyle Street; Tsang, a Chinese national,...
25 years ago Tourney draws 800 to fish CHARLEVOIX — The fourth annual Lake Charlevoix Area Trout Tournament the weekend of June 10 produced more entrants and more fish. A record 1,226 fish were caught by 807 anglers during the three-day event....
Tags: Ernest Hemingway
Summer evenings are the perfect time to head outdoors for a stroll along Park Avenue. On June 13, the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and Park Avenue Merchants Association will host a Summertime Sip and Stroll, a special evening of wine and hors d'...
Gabriel Casanova would make a good undercover name if this was a page-turner of a spy thriller. But in this caper, Casanova is the real name of the FBI agent who assumed a less conspicuous moniker — George Castro — as part of his real-life...
Whether you have a green thumb or no intentions whatsoever to plant a single thing but simply appreciate the effort of others, a garden walk can be a nice way to spend a summer day. This year, the Frankfort Historic Business Association has taken over...
As an actor, Harry Lewis took second billing to the likes of Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson, most notably in the 1948 film noir "Key Largo." But he found his own starring role as a Los Angeles restaurateur who helped usher in the concept of...
The prior owner planned to convert a 37-story hotel towering over St. Paul Street into apartment and long-term stay suites, but a new owner decided to invest $14 million in a renovation and keep it a hotel. The Tremont Plaza Hotel, which has been called...
Online retail giant Amazon.com Inc., known for its speedy distribution of books, electronics and other consumer goods, is now trying to break open the grocery market. The AmazonFresh service, running since 2007 in the retailer's Seattle hometown,...
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