PHOTO: Dr. Bronner’s has renewed its $100,000 sponsorship of the cultural arts programs at Moonlight Amphitheatre for this year. In addition to sponsoring the Moonlight Presents series at the city-owned amphitheatre, the Vista-based company will also sponsor Moonlight’s summer season of musicals, making the company is a Visionary Sponsor for the Moonlight Cultural Foundation. Left to right: Recreation & Community Services Director Therron Dieckmann, Producing Artistic Director Steven Glaudini, Dr. Bronner COO Michael Milam, Dr. Bronner CFO Trudy Bronner, and Managing Director and Producer of Moonlight Presents Colleen Kollar Smith. Moonlight Stage Productions offers programs throughout the year curated by the Cultural Arts Division of the City’s Recreation & Community Services Department. Visit moonlightstage.com or call (760) 724-2110. Photo courtesy of City of Vista. North County… CARLSBAD Talk focuses on ‘Stress Overload Syndrome’ The … [Read more...] about Moonlight receives $100,000 from Dr. Bronner’s
When Alicia Price’s son was cited by police for the first time, officers said he was part of a marauding group of juveniles “terrorizing” the Shawnee neighborhood. A police report said the large group was causing unreasonable annoyance and alarm to residents. The officers labeled him for the first time as a gang member. Price’s son was 13 years old. He was charged with disorderly conduct and tobacco possession. That first encounter led to more: allegations of bike theft, a fight at school, and eventually carrying a gun. He spent last Thanksgiving, Christmas and his sister’s birthday locked up at Green River Youth Development Center, more than 100 miles from home. Price’s son declined to be interviewed and asked that his name be withheld, but he allowed a reporter to review his juvenile court record. Advocates say this path is too common in Louisville, where the black population — and police enforcement — is concentrated in the … [Read more...] about Three of Every Four Jailed Louisville Youth are Black : Who Can Change That?
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Janelle Nanos June 27, 2018 IT’S HAMBURGER FRIDAY at Chew, and Adam Melonas is pleased as punch. The Australian chef and founder of the lab sits at the edge of the communal lunchroom surrounded by his team, a mix of PhD food scientists and some of the country’s top chefs. Behind the swinging lab door is Melonas’s massive, state-of-the-art kitchen, complete with a huge orange custom Hestan range, centrifuges, freeze driers, dehydration machines, a cold room for temperature-controlled experiments, and stand mixers with bowls large enough that one’s arms can barely wrap around them. Inside, members of his team work in tandem, like pieces on a chessboard: Scientists in white lab coats and chefs in black aprons, conjuring up recipes for more healthful foods, beverages, and snacks. Because every person who walks into Chew has to sign a … [Read more...] about Can Adam Melonas cook up a food revolution from his secretive Fenway lab?
Justin A. Hinkley Lansing State Journal Published 2:33 p.m. UTC Jun 21, 2018 GRAND LEDGE – This is the first election year since Bill Clinton was president that Rick Jones isn't planning another run for public office. He's been Eaton County sheriff and a state rep and now he's a state senator who can't seek re-election because of term limits. Though he's talked about running for Congress or governor, Jones isn't on the ballot this year. He's keeping his options open for a possible job in a Bill Schuette administration and supporting the attorney general's campaign for governor. So, at a spry age 65, with 14 years of lawmaking and three decades of law enforcement under his belt, Jones could, if he wanted, see 2019 as the dawn of a long retirement. He could coast through 2018 at a slow, lame duck sort of pace. Yet … [Read more...] about ‘I like to work’: How Rick Jones became the most successful lawmaker of his time