The coaches that evoke such reactions as: “He is super cute and charming and gets all the screams at the school functions.”
The fire that sent huge black billows of smoke pouring into the skies above Lower Greenville Avenue ignited around 4 in the afternoon. Two hours later, Marshall Surratt’s phone rang.
Kevin Obregon was drawing before he could speak. Now he’s drawing up big plans for his new gallery.
In a typical second grade classroom, a certain amount of chaos can be expected. But in portable building No. 4 at Mount Auburn Elementary School, Àngel López’s bilingual second grade class ticks like clockwork.
“Everyone’s excited. Right now, it’s just crowded,” says C.C. Young resident Sarah Diamond. “I think with a new building, there will be more room.”
He has climbed from personal chef to the stars in the Hamptons to wowing customers at restaurants in New York City, Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas.
Only got a few minutes to grab some grub? Here are some suggestions for the short-timers …
Opal Barnette’s oft-repeated joke was that somebody could take her car if he wanted it. She never anticipated, however, that someone would actually steal it right in front of her.
It shows up in the kids’ attitudes, expecting the world to recognize their rights to the life they want and think they deserve, whether they work for it or not.
Allow me to offer some advice. I realize that we probably don’t have much in common, given our different worldviews.
Life’s adrenaline rushes lose their allure after a certain age. At church the other day, the pastor gave an interesting sermon on the topic:…
Reality stops at the door, says Bob Cline, describing what it’s like to walk into the building that houses his 7,000-piece train collection. It…