Parking concerns grow with Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District A proposed rezoning near Bishop Avenue and Neely Street would clear the way for a restaurant near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. And such a change would be bad for its residential neighborhood. That’s what six residents of the Kidd Springs area in ... 05/8/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Amidst city council’s excitement over Arboretum developments, questions and concerns over parking problem You’ll find the video below, and you’ll note it hints at the coming problem, promising that annual attendance at the Arboretum will “grow to over 1 million ... the city,” Atkins said, from Bishop Arts to downtown to Fair Park. 05/1/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Bridgeport Roundup ... tuition fees & ticket sales fund the Bijou Arts Center, which is located at 275 Fairfield Avenue in Downtown Bridgeport. For further information, call (203) 332 ... 07/26/2014 - 2:08 am | View Website
Norwalk Roundup Westport. Interment will be private. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Yuan to Elderhouse, 7 Lewis St. Norwalk, CT, ( www.elderhouse.org/support/donate/ ). 07/25/2014 - 4:35 pm | View Website
Health News & Articles | Healthy Living Get the latest health news from Dr. Richard Besser. Here you'll find stories about new medical research, the latest health care trends and health issues that affect ... 07/25/2014 - 4:35 pm | View Website
Park Cities People Park Cities People is the source for community news and events in Highland Park and University Park. Located in Dallas, TX, People Newspapers publishes Park Cities ... 07/25/2014 - 11:42 am | View Website
Topic Galleries News, Photos and Information about chicagotribune.com ... If familiarity breeds success for Jay Cutler, who enters a second year in the same offense for just the ... 07/25/2014 - 8:57 am | View Website
There were many big, international news stories this week, and newspapers around the country covered them in many different ways -- putting local spins on them or ignoring them completely to talk about pig farming or moose-eating bears instead. Such is the beauty of local news coverage. Read full article >>
The following is a guest post from political scientist Serhiy Kudelia of Baylor University. ***** Since the downing of MH-17 the Ukrainian government has intensified its military campaign against the separatists in Ukraine’s east. In short order, the military was able to recapture a dozen towns and villages on the outskirts of the two largest rebel-held cities — Donetsk and Luhansk.
Did you catch President Obama’s Oval Office speech on Aug. 31, 2010, announcing the end of U. S. combat operations in Iraq? No? Too bad. It was an historic speech. Not just because of the subject matter — telling some 29.2 million viewers there would be no more U. S. combat operations in that country — but also because it might have been the last one he’s going to give from behind his office desk.
Agriculture is under attack — or at least that’s what proponents of an upcoming Missouri ballot measure are telling voters. Voters will decide next month on a “right to farm” amendment, which dozens of supporters such as the Missouri Farm Bureau describe as a defense against undue restrictions for family farmers. For one thing, farmers say they wouldn’t have to worry about so-called nuisance lawsuits over the bad odor that comes with the business.
Jason Easley: The Republicans' latest attack on Obamacare blows up in their faces.
The Reaction: Rubio's attack on gay marriage exemplifies conservative hypocrisy.
The Immoral Minority: Yes, there is a war on women -- just look at Texas.
Perrspectives: Republican budgetary plans depend on both getting rid of Obamacare and keeping it.
Blog round-up by Infidel753.