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A group of neighborhood businesses has banded together to challenge residents to change their mindsets about how we do business, with hopes that the process will change both our lives and our neighborhood.
A growing number of people go out of their way to eat food locally grown or locally produced.
Cynthia Goodsell entered the scene determined to rid the campus of gangs and violence and establish a curriculum that would give students the opportunity to succeed.
The site will offer supplemental learning for science students, but it will also serve as a site for enrichment in other areas of learning.
On July 30, at age 64, he made his 2,000th 9.2-mile trip, and the Advocate was there to cheer him on.
Raegan Payne set out to give the world an inside peek at a wide range of charity opportunities by journaling her adventures in volunteerism.
She takes inspiration from centuries-old styles — intricate beading, flapper silhouettes or vintage fabrics — and mixes in unexpected elements.
The chocolate lab who thinks she’s a lap dog.
The first “wow” moment comes in the kitchen: A pepper-speckled, white marble backsplash and charcoal-colored soapstone countertop …
This month, eat some seafood or shop ’til you drop.
A narrow pebbled path through a bamboo forest leads you to the door of Tei Tei Robata. There, you’ll find chic digs and plenty of top-grade sushi and sashimi.