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Master the art of the smoky eye at a workshop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Marinello Schools of Beauty in Huntington Beach. At the one-day workshop, you'll receive the tools and tips you need to create the perfect smoky eye with a lecture,...
For the first time, Aberdeen's annual Storybook Land Festival will conclude with a fireworks extravaganza. The fireworks - the city's annual display rescheduled from July 4 - will be at dusk Saturday in Wylie Park. The sixth annual Storybook Land...
Some La Cañada homeowners will be in for a pleasant surprise when they get their property tax assessments this year — hundreds of dollars off their sewer assessments. Property owners in Sewer Assessment District 04-1, which comprises Sewer...
Bob Hope Airport commissioners tabled a $1.5-million contract to design a new scaled-back transit center on Monday after requesting more information from administrators on project financing and how some of the budget numbers were reached. Airport...
As many of you know, Burbank is celebrating 100 years of its incorporation as a city. There are many things to admire about Burbank, my hometown and the place I’ve lived in nearly all of my life. However, a few things perplex me. For example,...
News-Review sports writer50 years ago — Eugene Kruskie of Fochtman’s Motor Company ended the 1961 Petoskey Softball League regular season with a .492 batting average, while Jack Schloser and Charlie Paige followed. The team batting average title went to Bare...
The following students earned Bachelor of Arts in May from St. Mary's College of Maryland: Bradley Dodson, of Sykesville, earned a degree in biology and a minor in political science; Thomas Barnes, of Sykesville earned a degree in economics and a...
This is the second in a four-part series looking back on the sports accomplishments of the four local high schools over the past school year. This installment is Burroughs High: Records were broken, long standing droughts were erased, state competition...
Tags: High School Sports, College Sports, Golf, Athletes, Elections
The nonprofit group leading the $1.8 billion redevelopment of 88 acres north of the Johns Hopkins medical campus has failed to deliver on promises of jobs and housing after razing most of the neighborhood and relocating hundreds of families, a Baltimore...
Those who take part in the sixth annual Gallery Crawl on Oct. 11 will pay visits to the Dacotah Prairie Museum, Sixth Avenue Gallery and the ARCC Gallery at the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center The crawl “will be an evening to try new places, see...
Tags: Entertainment, Fine Arts, Arts, Museums, ARCC (music group)
Belvedere Square — at the corner of Belvedere Avenue and York Road, concludes its Summer Sounds at the Square series of free outdoor concerts on Friday evenings with local bands. The final band, Crazy Fish, a Rolling Stones tribute band, performs...
What do Charo, Gallager (the watermelon-smashing comedian), Mohammed Bello Adoke (the Nigerian Minister of Health), Mario Cuomo, Henry Mancini, Bob Hope, Joe Namath, Willem Dafoe, Lynn Swan, Myron Cope, Franco Harris, the Kingston Trio, Woody Herman, Phil...
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Oct 4, 2011 |Column| Daily American
Original site for Alexander (music group) topic gallery.