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Historic Belvedere Victorian offers views, private dock and ‘hillavator’

Many homes in Tiburon and Belvedere offer exquisite bay views, but occasionally, one listing can stand out from all the splendor, and 180 Beach Road stands tall. A pristinely preserved Queen Anne Victorian,“Tuckey House” was among the first to be constructed on Belvedere Island’s sequestered cove. It’s now for sale for the first time in

A Different Kind of Finger Painting on Spadina

3 hours agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Not your average digital art. BY: Unknown LOCATION: Spadina and Dundas, Spadina and St. George PHOTO BY: Martin Reis FIELD NOTES: One thing is certain, this artist is handy with a can of spray paint! But seriously folks, we really like these pieces. Show More Summary

General Gouraud: “Saladin, We’re Back!” Did He Really Say It?

Gouraud: “Saladin, We’re Back!” Did The French General Really Say It on Conquering Syria in 1920? by James Barr @James_Barr For Syria Comment, May 27, 2016 “Saladin, We’re Back!” So France’s general Henri Gouraud is said to have declared...Show More Summary

Free-For-All Friday 5/27/16

Feel free to use this post to make comments and ask questions about local topics not yet discussed over the past week.

Decatur’s Signal Boxes Get Makeover

Gwyneth points out that the unattractive signal boxes around Decatur are looking a lot more spiffy recently.  And she provided this lovely photo! The Decatur Arts Alliance’s Angie Macon tells us that thanks go out to Larry Holland and his team of artists for making downtown Decatur a little less boring. If you come across other […]

Show Your Support for the New Crosswalk on South Candler Street Thursday Morning

From Decatur City Commissioner Brian Smith and Mayor Patti Garrett…. Show Your Support for the New Crosswalk on South Candler Street! DATES: Wednesday, May 25th & Thursday, May 26th TIME: Approximately 7-8:30am We need your help.  Come out for a morning walk or bike ride at the new crosswalk located at South Candler Street near […]

Tobytown finally gets a bus

After 30-year wait, the Montgomery County Council approved bus service for the historically African-American community founded by freed slaves.

City of Dunwoody releases Parks Survey results.

The City of Dunwoody held a public input meeting on Tuesday, May 24th at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall (41 Perimeter Center East, Dunwoody) to review survey findings, data analysis, demographics, trends, as well as explore the information and research discovered to date from the Parks & Recreation Master Plan Update survey. Show More Summary

5 things to do: Low Museum Closing Party

Friday, May 27, 2016 MomoCon at Georgia World Congress Center …

Police brace for protests as Trump visits San Diego, Fresno

Donald Trump is schedule to hold rallies in Fresno and San Diego Friday, and authorities are expecting more protests that have followed the GOP candidate during his visits to the California. On Wednesday, several anti-Trump protesters were arrested after a Trump rally in Anaheim. The protesters...

St. Louis’ Riverfront Reopening Next Week

We’re all invited to a riverfront picnic next week, Thursday June 2nd.  No blanket needed — a 2,016 foot-long table will be set up, chairs provided. From the official press release: Great Rivers Greenway, the City of St. Louis, CityArchRiver Foundation and other partners invite residents from across the region...

Man dies after shooting in Woodland Terrace

Police investigating latest homicide in trouble-plagued community.

Expect the unexpected from Metro’s new track-work plan

It’s difficult to predict how long commutes will take. Best option: Telework.

Rolling Thunder’s monument-shaking roar starts with aging vets in a N.J. garage

For 29 years, Artie Muller and others have been organizing D.C.’s motorcycle rally on Memorial Day weekend.

Congress leaves town with no Zika resolution, lengthy negotiations ahead

Despite warnings from public health officials, Zika deal stuck in budget fight.

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