The Dodos: hipster music? No, really. I want to know. Perhaps some of you already saw this otherwise interesting article in The Seattle Times, which briefly describes a study that compares the radio listening habits of people who live in Seattle to those who live in the surrounding area.
Folkloric Stage, 13th Avenue North. “Music here is very versatile. People who live, dance, and play here have to know claves, swing, twos and fours, and island music. “The University of the District of Columbia men’s basketball team won a championship, and Ray called the coach and offered every player a job for the summer,” she said. “He just felt a need to offer those young men a future beyond their athletic accomplishment. Every player took him up on his offer.”.
The Wood Burning Restriction Ordinance, adopted by the county and most metro Phoenix cities in 1997, aims to reduce air pollution especially particulates, which are tiny bits of soot and debris that can cause reduced lung function, asthma, or even death for some people. Burning wood causes the federally regulated PM 10 and PM 2.5 particulate pollution to fly into the air. (PM 10 means particulate matter 10 microns in diameter or smaller; PM 2.5 means particles 2.5 microns or smaller.).
We’re very happy we’re getting eight senior houses in Port Edward. We have a grant to do more sewer and water work and we’re looking at our roads. There’s always stuff to do when you’re in the community.”. The Five Points Master Plan guides the design and features of all four phases of the neighborhood’s revitalization. Led by Johnson Architecture, the master planning process included input from residents of the Walter P. Taylor and the Lee Williams developments, along with other community members and stakeholders, to determine how to address community needs and concerns..
Allen, Elizabeth D. Allen Womack (individually and as trustee), William C. Womack Jr., Mary C. Successful models for dealing with canine aggression do exist in other countries. These models focus on legislation, education and the creation of remedial resources for aggressive dogs. The BC SPCA believes the most effective approach to dealing with the issue of inappropriate canine aggression in our communities is to develop an approach based on these models.
“This year we are getting a little nervous because work that should have been done already on the ice roads has not been done,” said Kohaykewych. “You can’t get some of the equipment out to clear the snow until Mother Nature has frozen a lot of the muskegs and swamps up. That’s the biggest concern.