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  • Folk fest celebrates Gamble Rogers legacy

    Folk fest celebrates Gamble Rogers legacy
    There aren't many places that manage to remain unchanged for decades, but the Mill Top Tavern in St. Augustine still evokes the days when Florida troubadour Gamble Rogers roamed St. George Street almost 30 years ago. In April, the Gamble Rogers Folk...
  • What happened in LCF 10-20-30 years ago?

    Ten Years Ago Deitra Reed, the principal at Palm Crest Elementary School, resigned from her job only a few weeks into the new school year to take a post in Duarte Unified School District. It was the fourth resignation from a key La Caņada Unified...
  • Gloucester blues and brews event on tap for Oct. 8

    Gloucester blues and brews event on tap for Oct. 8
    Gloucester's second annual blues and beer festival, “Main Street Blues and Brews,” takes place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. Enjoy 30 different microbrews including St. George, Allagash Brewery, Williamsburg Aleworks, and Bluegrass...
  • Getty has alternative map for 6th Congressional District

    ANNAPOLIS — State Sen. Joe Getty, a Republican who represents parts of both Carroll and Baltimore counties in the state's 5th Legislative District, this week said he will introduce a bill during the special session of the General Assembly to...
  • Charity walk will close part of Cape Horn Road Oct. 22

    HAMPSTEAD — St. George's Episcopal Church will host a 5K charity run and walk on Cape Horn Road, between Route 30 and Boog Road, in the Hampstead and Manchester area on Saturday, Oct. 22, between 8 and 9 a.m. The following roadways will be closed...
  • The Crowd: PBS SoCal shines on at 'Illumination' gala

    It was an evening of illumination. The 2011 PBS SoCal gala on Saturday evening attracted a crowd of nearly 500 guests converging upon the Orange County Fair & Event Center's hangar building in Costa Mesa. Co-chairs of the mega successful party Peggy...
  • Around & About

    BLOOD DRIVE Verdugo Hills Hospital Community Blood Drive — Thursday, June 9, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. This drive, sponsored by the American Red Cross, will be held in the council rooms at Verdugo Hills Hospital, 1812 Verdugo Blvd., Glendale. All donors...
  • VIDEO: Flood Waters Carry Away Homes in Arizona

    VIDEO: Flood Waters Carry Away Homes in Arizona
    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Flood waters on Tuesday ripped through a retirement community in northwestern Arizona, washing away four unoccupied homes and threatening to destroy others. Meanwhile, evacuation orders were lifted in a small Utah town about 60...
  • In Theory: Merry Christmas, or Happy Holidays?

    Q. According to a survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute in partnership with the Religion News Service, Americans are split almost 50-50 what to say this holiday season — "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays." Some Christian...
  • Limited Service Restored To NYC Public Transit Lines

    Limited Service Restored To NYC Public Transit Lines
    As the Tri-State area recovers from Sunday's blizzard, straphangers can expect delays, limited service and suspensions during Tuesday morning's rush hour commute on the rails. The Long Island Rail Road suspended its service on Monday, and has since...
  • In Theory: Does TV glorify sex for teens?

    Q. The Parents Television Council has released a report in which it claims prime-time TV shows sexualize the young girls portrayed in them. The report is based on a content analysis of the most popular television shows for viewers aged 12-17 in the 2009-...