13 hrs ago
Downtown railway project makes its next stop, redevelopment efforts continue
From burying utilities to taking strides toward a local light-rail system, it is clear that the dynamic in downtown Lubbock is changing.
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14 hrs ago
Silver Spring Youth Showcase is an invitation to make music
A meet-and-greet session for the Flashband Silver Spring Youth Showcase will take place Thursday at the Veterans Plaza in Silver Spring.
18 hrs ago
Farmers Market Entrepreneurs Boot Camp at the New Rochelle Library
The New Rochelle Public Library welcomed Bo Kemp, President of Urban Fresh Food Markets, on April 14 to teach students about vital entrepreneur skills and give them an opportunity to be a part of the Saturday Market Young Tycoons Program.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
The Daily News Leader
Rocktown Beer and Music Festival expected to sell out
Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance presents the 4th annual Rocktown Beer and Music Festival at the Turner Pavilion and Park on Saturday.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Meetings And Conventions
The Great Renovation Race
Good news, planners. With the economy bouncing back and business travel on the rise, hotels are sprucing up their product in an unprecedented wave of renovations.
Somebody has to run for Congress; why not you?
How would you like to serve in Congress? Oh, I know it is a lot of pressure. Still, you get paid a decent salary - $174,000 a year.
Stars and Stripes
Gulf War illness: Thousands who served still report mysterious symptoms
Army veterans Michael PatiA o and David Garcia, who served in the Persian Gulf during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, say they still suffer health problems related to their service in the war.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Thousands sign up to work for UberX, other ride-share services
Reagan Rucker knew she wanted to join the thousands of local motorists hauling strangers around in their cars the first time she took an UBERx ride as a passenger.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Review: 'Vanishing Pearls' shows fallout after Gulf disasters
The decimation of the Gulf Coast oyster industry following the one-two punches of Hurricane Katrina and the Deep Horizon oil spill gets a much-deserved close-up in the enlightening, if sometimes sluggish, documentary "Vanishing Pearls."
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Push to improve train tanker car safety after recent explosions
There's a new push by the National Traffic Safety Board to improve train tanker car safety after several recent massive explosions in North America.
The Washington Post
2013 ros s to try
Availability information is based on distributor records. Wines might not be in stock at every listed store and might be available at additional stores.
The Neon Bridge revisited
Even though many people questioned its cost and scratched their heads over all the hoop-la, the goal of Shreveport officials was to create a signature piece of public art that would not only help define Shreveport in a creative, strikingly visual, and very public way, but connect Shreveport with its sister city on the other side of the river.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
St. Louis-based Pi Pizzeria to open Downtown
A small St. Louis-based pizza chain serving both deep dish and thin crust pizzas will open in Downtown's 580 building later this year A small St. Louis-based pizza chain serving both deep dish and thin crust pizzas will open in Downtown's AT580 building later this year.
Taneiya Culp, 11, From Boyd-Buchanan School, Named Winner Of TBI's...
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced 11-year-old Taneiya Culp, a fifth grader at Boyd-Buchanan School, as the winner of the state's 2013 Missing Children's Poster Contest.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
New Cumberland Navy veteran surprised with World War II medals 68 years later
Glenn Hyatt receives his World War II service medals from U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, as state Rep. Sheryl Delozier looks on.
The Short List
WEDNESDAY: Detroit's Protomartyr and Austin's Spray Paint play the Gold Bar. Violin/piano duo Times Two performs at An die Musik.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The FBI Thinks It Can Pass Off Downtown D.C. as Shanghai
The bureau turned to a Northern Virginia production company to make a film warning American students of becoming spies while studying abroad-and made us cringe in the process.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Washington Post
Driving for dollars: Thousands sign up to work for UberX and other ride-share services
UberX driver Reagan Rucker drives a customer April 4 in downtown Washington. Rucker likes the flexibility of UberX because she can work when she wants.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Bryan County News
Georgia Cities Week to begin
Georgia Cities Week 2014 gets under way Sunday with a photo exhibit at Pembroke's Downtown Art Center.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Washington Post
Manor Park offers room to breathe in Northwest Washington
When Genell Anderson moved to Manor Park from Adams Morgan more than 19 years ago, there was one thing she didn't like about her bungalow-style "The 'tin men' came through in the 1940s and sold [residents] the metal awnings that you see," the 56-year-old architect said.