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NBC's Chuck Todd talks politics with Kentucky Chamber dinner crowd
NBC News chief White House correspondent and political director Chuck Todd was the keynote speaker on Monday at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's Business Summit and Annual Meeting.
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Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
Pennsylvania Avenue DC planning initiative
The Washington Business Journal reports in " Pennsylvania Avenue is in a slump, but there's a plan to breathe new life into it " that the National Capital Planning Commission is initiating a planning study to improve Pennsylvania Avenue NW , as a reassessment and updating of that street's improvement program.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
"Mining Lamp" monument designed by Otto Piene. The artist passed away July 14) In January, the Detroit Institute of Arts announced it would contribute $100 million to the city's "grand bargain" bankruptcy plan; the museum has now raised over $80 million , with an additional $26.8 million in corporate donations announced this week.
Delta Farm Press
Conservation districts honor John Charles Wilson
John Charles Wilson, farmer and current president of Agricenter International, is being honored for his conservation efforts.
The Washington Post
Another July beauty ahead of a cloudier and more humid weekend
Great for July. Picky -1 off b/c I want lower temperature & dew point, along with less-intense sun angle! We get a chance to enjoy another amazing July day today.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
WWDE-FM Virginia Beach
When this race was run for the first time in 1999, it was called the Braveheart Run-Swim-Run.
After Dark Tunes of the Week: 'Women & Work' by Lucero
"Come on out tonight," could be the unofficial motto for good-timing Memphis band Lucero, a band dedicated equally to touring and defying easy classification.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
The Washington Post
In the mold of Moynihan, new revival planned for Pennsylvania Avenue
"The main street for both the city and the nation" ought to be "lively, friendly and inviting as well as dignified and impressive," Daniel Patrick Moynihan said of Pennsylvania Avenue in 1961.
Competition Soars as Investors Seek to Dominate the Skyline
David Werner's pending $900 million+ purchase of the trophy Mobil building in New York.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Denver's Union Station a 30-year barn raising
At 6:30 a.m. on Dec. 4, 2012, three Denver real estate developers sat down for a hastily arranged breakfast at the Egg Shell in Cherry Creek.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Poll: Should Jersey City erect a permanent memorial for police...
When Jersey City Police Officer Melvin Santiago was shot and killed early Sunday, he was the city's 39th officer to be slain in the line of duty.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The Las Vegas Sun
Downtown Grand adjusts food options; Presto Cafe offers healthy provisions
The Downtown Grand is subtracting from its roster of dining options. Two eateries are shuttering as the hotel adjusts its offerings.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Former White House Chef to Visit Happy Valley
Submitted photo from Centre County Gazette Former White House chef John Moeller will be in State College on Monday, July 14, signing copies of his book, "Dining at the White House: From the President's Table to Yours."
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Denver's renovated Union Station has been a 30-year barn-raising
The 120-year-old Union Station after its $54 million renovation, part of the transformation and redevlelopment of Denver since the 1980s.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Julian Castro Confirmed as HUD Secretary
From NALEO: The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials today congratulated Julian Castro on confirmation to serve as the next U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development: "We congratulate San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro on his confirmation to serve as the nation's next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and third ... (more)
Mon Jul 07, 2014
City hall tackles neighborhood problems with abandoned homes
Bringing stability to neighborhoods with scores of abandoned homes brought an eager group to city hall to engage in discussion about the problem and options.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Life Stories: At the Biltmore Hotel or The Captain's Table, John Word was driven by ambition, hard work
MOBILE, Alabama - He managed luxury hotels and restaurants in New York, Washington and Savannah, but John Morgan Word made his home in Mobile, where he owned and operated several well-known establishments, including The Captain's Table Seafood Restaurant and Battleship Inn Resort, located in the shadow of the USS Alabama on Battleship Causeway.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
The San Diego Union-Tribune
New plan to end homelessness kicks off
"This is almost a paradigm shift how to address homelessness in this community," said Tom Theisen, president of the Regional Task Force on the Homeless.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Cohen: Fifty years after the Civil Rights Act
Heading down to the Burrard Inlet for the city's annual Canada Day fireworks display? Here are a few things to know before you go.