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Posted on April 25 at 9:52 a.m.
Thank you, Cathy Murillo. Cottage Hospital needs to be an excellent health care facility AND an excellent neighbor. It needs to realize that peace of mind for neighbors is a health issue as well. No bullying in the 'hood just because you're the big guy.
On Cottage Hospital and Its Discontents
Posted on March 21 at 11:06 a.m.
Selma Rubin is to be admired for so many ways she contributed to the community, and I respect her so much for making a choice to live life "without child". She took on the world and its humanity as her children. Thank you, Selma. And thank you, Nick Welsh, for this loving tribute story about this remarkable woman.
On Selma Rubin: 1915-2012
Posted on February 8 at 9:19 a.m.
Proof Huron article, but props to Dick Flacks and Tom Hayden for being the wise elders that they are. I say "never get complacent" and keep going to meetings.
On 50-Year-Old Manifesto Crosses Generations
Posted on July 20 at 11 p.m.
armory to farm fieldstanks to turkeysswords to plowsharesreally!urban agriculturelinking jr and sr highsplease
On Talks Begin on Moving Armory to Airport
Posted on May 20 at 7:39 p.m.
Yes. I love the Three Pickles folk but I am curious about the whole Jimmy's to Trust to South African deli to Bob Lovejoy transaction. Enlighten us, please.
On Three Pickles Relishes Historic New Location
Posted on May 20 at 7:02 p.m.
It's hard to be a politician these days with so many opportunities for conflicts of interest. I use Tallant in my commute and think that a study about turning Calle Real into a 2 way is worthy of consideration by all council members. I hate to have to drive through that quiet neighborhood to get home. If Ms. Self is thinking of the greater good in addition to her good then I think we don't have a conflict. It might be the only time I agree with her.
On Self Given Conflict of Interest Warning
Posted on April 6 at 3:05 p.m.
What a story! May others "see the light" about our remaining open space. Thanks, Mr. Christman.
On Endangered Landscapes: The Gaviota Coast
Posted on March 29 at 6:23 p.m.
Oh, I know it isn't a perfect solution and an inconvenience, but I applaud Albertsons for doing this "going bagless". I am very tired of big corporations going in the different direction and polluting our world. That polluting behavior is costing me in that regard so when some big company tries a "small step for man", let us applaud them, stroke them, and support them. We can all make a difference.
On Albertsons Carpinteria Store to Host Bagless Kick-Off Event March 28
Posted on March 2 at 10:38 p.m.
"And in the end they traded their tired wings for the resignation that living brings and exchanged love's bright and fragile glow for the glitter and the rouge. And in a moment they were swept before the deluge." - from Jackson Browne's final encoreWatch out, Santa Barbara. Lots of glitter and rouge in these parts. It can be found in single use plastic bottles. We need to begin performing a new type of plastic surgery in this town.
On Jackson Browne at the Arlington Theatre
Posted on February 20 at 9:54 p.m.
Computers are taking over game shows and corporations are overlording the workers. Let it be fair and balanced. Collective bargaining needs to be protected. On Wisconsin!
On Blaming Public Unions