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  • WomenFest to focus on healthy eating

    If you're a woman who cares about eating well, has Howard County got an event for you. The county Department of Citizen Services' Office on Aging will hold the sixth annual WomenFest on Saturday, April 26 at the Gary Arthur Community Center, in...
  • Columbians want a park, not a mini-Disneyland [Letter]

    I am writing in support of the proposal for Symphony Woods which was approved by CA and the county a couple years ago, a plan which would be user friendly and would also preserve the "woods" and park environment. I have been unable to determine how, all...
  • 'Tosh.0' chimes in on Billy Cub altercation at John Barleycorn

    'Tosh.0' chimes in on Billy Cub altercation at John Barleycorn
    Well that was fast. The video of an altercation involving unofficial Cubs mascot Billy Cub appeared Tuesday on Comedy Central’s “Tosh.0” just weeks after it was uploaded to YouTube. In the viral video, Billy Cub punches a bar patron...
  • Council to consider converting community center to library

    Council to consider converting community center to library
    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday will consider a proposal to transform the city's Neighborhood Community Center into a large central library. City staff are recommending that the council approve spending $75,000 to $100,000 to hire an architect to...
  • City, Orlando Ballet craft deal to give troupe a home

     City, Orlando Ballet craft deal to give troupe a home
    Eight months after mold forced the Orlando Ballet from its longtime home, the dance company could be moving to new headquarters in a prime location, Orlando's Loch Haven Park. Leaders of the city and the ballet have struck a deal that will let the dance...
  • Disney to Invest Another $800 Million In Shanghai Resort

    Adding to one of its largest foreign investments to date, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the company will pour an extra $800 million into Shanghai Disney Resort, expanding the park's overall cost by over 10%. Speaking at the Milken Global...
  • Library project gains traction

    Costa Mesa library boosters expressed strong enthusiasm Tuesday for a recent proposal to convert the city's Neighborhood Community Center into a large central library. The City Council held a special study session regarding the conversion idea, which...
  • The NBA won't tolerate racism, so why does the NFL tolerate 'Redskins'?

    The NBA won't tolerate racism, so why does the NFL tolerate 'Redskins'?
    Now that the NBA is addressing ownership problems that fester behind closed doors, will the NFL step up to deal with a problem in plain sight? After NBA Commissioner Adam Silver determined that Clippers owner Donald Sterling was the voice on the audio...
  • Matthew Poyer keeps crowds moving at Universal CityWalk

    Matthew Poyer keeps crowds moving at Universal CityWalk
    The gig: Matthew Poyer, 52, vice president of operations at Universal CityWalk, oversees what Universal Studios calls the nation's first "outdoor urban entertainment center." It's a quarter-mile-long outdoor mall with 63 tenants. About 2,000 people work...
  • In Mexico, Ciudad Juarez reemerging from grip of violence

    In Mexico, Ciudad Juarez reemerging from grip of violence
    Angel Corral is in many ways the new face of a city long known for its criminal gangsters and one of the world's highest homicide rates. At 29, with pale green eyes and a can-do spirit, Corral is riding Ciudad Juarez's return to life, running three...
  • Charm City Tribe restoring tradition to Baltimore's young Jewish community

    Charm City Tribe restoring tradition to Baltimore's young Jewish community
    Following religious values taught as a youth can be difficult for many when entering adulthood, but Charm City Tribe, a two-year-old program in the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore, aspires to reconnect people in their 20s and 30s to Judaic...