Daily life in the Mahoning Valley has always been about power, in all its permutations. The company might hold your fate in the ultimate sense, and the clashes between corporation and government might seem like battles of the gods playing up above, but there were countless ways, many of them seemingly small, to maintain a sense of control, of independence, of dignity. As monumental forces played out in the tiny village of Lordstown, David Green told me something at the union hall that stayed with me. I had asked him what lesson Lordstown might hold for the rest of the nation. … [Read more...] about Ohio Auto Workers Watch a Way of Life Circle the Drain
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The First Tee of Contra Costa’s Executive Director, Jamie Maddox said, “We have a good problem right now. We can’t serve the demand we have. Not enough coaches to serve all the kids and we are having to turn kids away. We are looking for coaches, and that’s a good thing! I am doing 3 classes a week myself!” … [Read more...] about Amid Covid Crisis Collin Morikawa Wins. Golf Thrives!
As the years went by, both the Robsons and Safechucks were rewarded for their loyalty (and testimony), but by now, Michael existed in a different universe – married twice and the father of three. Both Wade and Jimmy met and married supportive women (both interviewed here) and became fathers. But both also struggled with their secrets. The last hour of the film focuses on what happened in each family as the men finally revealed what happened – the anger, the blame, the fallout. “It still feels a whole lot better than the lie did,” Robson says. … [Read more...] about A devastating and credible “Leaving Neverland” will turn you off Michael Jackson for good
Within that fire zone is the Sky Trail; Glen Camp high on the flank of Mount Wittenburg; and out of headquarters, the Bear Valley Trail (to Arch Rock) and its two spurs, Meadow and Old Pine Trail (to Sky Trail). Sky Camp near Limantour Road was on the edge of the fire zone, and Coast and Wildcat camps outside the fire zone. The fire has had no effect on the park’s elk herds, park staff reported (the elk instead face a critical lack of drinking water on the Tomales Peninsula). … [Read more...] about From Berryessa to Big Basin, re-openings could take weeks to years
A: Not really. Every home is different and we try to work within the context of that house. We don’t want to do the same thing over and over—we want every project to be unique. We do this by collaborating with clients, architects and others associated with the project, and we place a strong emphasis on context. The context is the location of the home, its architectural style, the client’s desires and its surroundings. … [Read more...] about Heather Hilliard uses light, textures to design unique interiors