All too often, different cities in the region, and many of their citizens, seem to see themselves more like petty fiefdoms in medieval Europe than like neighbors facing a common set of very complex problems.
We are one of the nation’s fastest growing employment markets, with forecasters predicting that we will add 75,000 new jobs in 1999.
It was a match made in heaven: a community center in need of computer work and a high school computer class in need of volunteer work.
When Gilliam answered the phone at Fire Station 39 in Casa View, he didn’t doubt that the person on the other end was Mel Brooks. His dilemma was that he didn’t know who Mel Brooks was.
Founded in 1971, the Volunteer Center’s mission is to promote volunteerism, and to refer volunteers and other resources to nonprofit agencies.
I’ve heard it said that the hallmark of a great columnist is that he or she can work wonders with virtually nothing to write about.
Enchilada’s, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, “has reinvented Tex-Mex” with items like “messy burritos,” and that yummy and oh-so-secret sour cream sauce recipe.
They’ve turned disaster areas into artsy condos and slums into exclusive lofts.
Some of us can’t wait until the jubilee, so we’ll celebrate starting at 11:30 am with the opening of the newly renovated courtyard, induction of 19 new members of the hall of fame and a reception.
A principal is a good image for God. Both have to know how to hold together demand and grace, high expectations and wide mercy, a firm hand and a soft heart.
Imagine teaching three water-aerobics classes a week, participating in line dancing classes, and helping care for a toddler. Sound like a full plate? Now imagine doing it all at age 84.
Founded in 1908 by Patrick Molloy, who recruited a Czechoslovakian glass cutter named Frank Stransky in 1909, the company is now owned by Jim Prevratil.