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  • Read On: A less expensive branding campaign

    Read On: A less expensive branding campaign
    Let’s go back for a moment to November 2011. The city of Glendale had just announced a new marketing/branding campaign designed to spruce up the city’s bland ’n boring image for good. It had committed $1 million to this task and...
  • Piece of Mind: Mountain living was in the school's nature

    A half century ago, when the Angeles National Forest still seemed relatively undisturbed and somewhat quaint to the towns folk below, a ceremony attended by 135 people was held to dedicate the new buildings comprising Chilao Mountain School. Way up there...
  • Hawaii: Replicas of royal garb — with 250,000 feathers — go on display

    Hawaii: Replicas of royal garb — with 250,000 feathers — go on display
    As Hawaii celebrates King Kamehameha Day on Wednesday, a recently created feather cape, helmet and sash, which recall the monarch who is being honored across the state, will go on display. The featherworks were commissioned by Hawaiian Legacy...
  • #PennFuture wins Right to Know appeal re: Anadarko Petroleum drilling plan

     
    The Pennsylvania Office of Open Records (OOR) has granted in part a Right to Know Law (RTKL) appeal by PennFuture concerning Anadarko Petroleum Corporation's plans to develop natural gas in the Loyalsock State Forest's "Clarence Moore lands." Under the...
  • Foresters hope tiny wasp can fight big problem: The emerald ash borer beetle

    Foresters hope tiny wasp can fight big problem: The emerald ash borer beetle
    Experts released nearly 1,000 Chinese wasps into a Lake County Forest preserve on Thursday that they hope will show how to stop or at least slow the spread of the invasive emerald ash borer beetle. The tiny wasps don’t look like the more...
  • Singing the praises of fake Christmas trees

    Singing the praises of fake Christmas trees
    If I had to do it over, which I actually do, I would gather new holiday decorations the way I'd build a new wardrobe. As I mentioned in last week's column, I lost all my holiday decorations in my move to Florida. While coming to grips with that, I...
  • Family Fund: Free box of food keeps family tradition alive

    Family Fund: Free box of food keeps family tradition alive
    Grocery shopping used to be an ordinary chore for Lisa Lee: Push the cart through the aisles, cross off items on the list, swipe her debit card or fish out the cash, load the heavy sacks into the back of the SUV. Not anymore. She has been laid off...
  • Honeymoon registries give the gift of travel

    Honeymoon registries give the gift of travel
    Are you engaged, living together and worried that wedding gifts may duplicate all the dinnerware and appliances you already have? Or perhaps you're an older couple combining two households and already have all the "stuff" you need. A growing number of...
  • Market Watch: Plum-cherry hybrids find a sweet spot

    Market Watch: Plum-cherry hybrids find a sweet spot
    HANFORD, Calif. — Combining the high sugar and flavor of cherries with the larger fruit size and extended season of plums has been a longstanding dream for fruit breeders, but such crosses are difficult to make successfully so that the hybrids yield...
  • Book review: 'Fire Monks' by Colleen Morton Busch

    Book review: 'Fire Monks' by Colleen Morton Busch
    In the summer of 2008, a wildfire burning in California's Los Padres National Forest swept down on Tassajara Hot Springs, a historic resort not far from Big Sur that was home to the first Zen Buddhist monastery in North America. Little stood in the way...
  • 100 cool places in Arizona

    100 cool places in Arizona
    Western Arizona Oatman. If it was good enough for Clark Gable and Carole Lombard on their honeymoon, Oatman should be good enough for you, although it's been 73 years since the Hollywood couple spent their honeymoon night in the allegedly haunted...