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Thanks for your coverage of the Verdugo Pool situation. It truly is an issue that should be in the forefront continually until the pool reopens. Much of the last 20-year history of swimming in Burbank, and details on the closure of Verdugo Pool, is on my...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Swimming, Sports
Two years after budget cuts forced Disney Elementary School to abandon its gardening program, the patch of earth is back in bloom following months of work by parent volunteers. “I think this garden is an example of what Disney is all about,”...
Tags: Pumpkin, Halloween, Government Debt, Gardening
Burbank resident Don Russ said he became interested in woodworking because he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his role model — his father. Growing up, Russ said he always wanted to build furniture and help out his dad in his shop. To this...
Special to the News-PressTraditional folk dancing and the pungent aroma of Armenian cuisine filled every corner of Glendale's Civic Auditorium over the weekend, but it was the independent organizations, historic cultural displays and a diverse ethnic audience that added a vibrant...
Emmaus publisher Rodale is entering the online retail business, hoping that readers interested in the ultimate bikini body and how to build beach muscle will also be inclined to drop $48 on a microfiber yoga towel made with recycled coconut shells or $199...
John Nedeau rides his bike to work when he can. He has a good bike. He's a good rider. He works for a company called SRAM. Its global headquarters on Chicago's North Side is a long way from his home in suburban Lake Bluff, but Nedeau averages about 30...
Memorial services for Joanne "Jodi" Marie Liedtke, 61, from rural Glenham will be 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, 2013, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Mobridge. Inurnment will be at Bethany Lutheran Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of...
HARBOR SPRINGS -- There's a new owner at A.R. Pontius Flower Shop in Harbor Springs, and she's only the third owner in the shop's 90-year history. Jamie Platte, 36, originally of Petoskey, bought the flower shop recently from her aunt, Nancy Rondel....
For Spencer Pearlman, it's a satisfying feeling to give back to the community. Pearlman has worked with the non-profit organization, The First Tee, to raise funds to implement a golf curriculum for the Physical Education program at Pioneer Middle School...
With blossoms of almost every shade floating from hanging baskets, plus row after row of aromatic herbs and dozens of pots of veggies just getting started, the options at Matteo’s Herbs Galore for lawn or garden projects are bountiful. Owners...
To Paul Firos, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was more than just the most significant of the French Post-Impressionist artists. Through his posters that were splashed across Parisian buildings in the late 1800s heralding upcoming events, he was the first...
•Name: Lindsay Molloy •Age: 13 •Hometown: Bethlehem •Grandmother's name: Margaret Molloy •Where from: Bethlehem •What you call her: Nanny or Nan •What she calls you: Lin • What makes her special:...
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