The glitzy limelight of Hollywood might not shine that far from our neighborhood after all.
Built by the Greiners in 1924, the house was passed down through the family until March 2001, when Ron and Myrna Vance bought it from 89-year-old Bill Greiner, son of the original owner.
His books are nothing like his sermons. His first book, “Paris Under Siege,” is a novel about an American man and Algerian woman thwarting a terrorist plot to bomb American landmarks in Paris.
The Forest Hills resident was diagnosed almost seven years ago, and she’s still alive.
She became the manager of the center in January, overseeing the operation of the building and all of its events and performances.
We have more pet-related businesses than ever before.
We caught up with him before the lunch rush at Cantina Laredo, where De La Torre started working when it was El Chico.
About two years ago, she was searching for baby bedding for her first child and came up short. “I couldn’t find anything modern, and I’m not really into the cutesy stuff.”
She’s a fused glass artist who creates designs from pieces of glass and then fires them in a kiln, melting the pieces together.
CPA by day, rock bassist by night, Lester always finds himself concerned with the bottom line.
As a tall, redheaded white guy in Shanghai, Woodrow Wilson High School’s 1999 valedictorian really stands out from the crowd.
Neighborhood resident Stephanie Jehle used to spend her free time visiting animal shelters and volunteering, all the while wishing she could do more.