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Five New Food and Drink Adventures to Try in Miami

Weekends are a great time to explore. Why not get the squad together and try something new? Whether it's drinking in a cave or channeling your inner child by making your own art-inspired snow cone, there's a tasty new experience waiting for you. Here are five places to have a culinary adventure.

In Chicago, Obama’s legacy is visible

As the world watched Donald Trump take the oath as the 45th president of the United States on Friday, I traveled across the city where the 44th, Barack Obama, left his mark—literally and figuratively. Photos, murals, and other images of...Show More Summary

San Francisco Octagon houses - home to 3 spinsters and a ghostly past

At one time, it was reported that San Francisco was home to five octagonal shaped houses, four of which were on Russian Hill. The most famous one, located at 2645 Gough Street, between Green and Union Street, in Cow Hollow, the one on...Show More Summary

Sometimes You Just Have to Dig Deep

Every nine weeks, my son’s school recognizes the students who meet their reading goals with a party. The party includes a game certificate to a place that offers arcade games, pizza, and a hundred school kids (or more) running around with no shoes hyped up on sugary sodas and enthusiasm. Tuesday night at supper, my son […]

Obama leaves White House without pardoning black nationalist Marcus Garvey

Garvey’s son Julius had hoped the country’s first African American president would clear his famous father’s name. But it didn’t happen.

FBI seeking submachine gun stolen from agent’s car in East Bay

The FBI is missing a submachine gun and a bulletproof vest and is seeking the public’s help to track down the tactical gear. The items were stolen from a special agent’s vehicle on the evening of Jan. 8 or the morning of Jan. 9 in either...Show More Summary

Police Report One Person Shot at UW During Inauguration Protests

7 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Jessica Fu Sean Nelson One person has been shot at the University of Washington's Red Square, where inauguration protests are currently taking place, police confirmed. Officers working to remove one person with suspected gunshot wound to abdomen from crowd at UW campus demonstration. Show More Summary

Ciel Bergman, Berkeley-born painter and art professor, dies

Ciel Bergman, a Berkeley High School yell leader who once modeled for a Norman Rockwell painting, then later became an acclaimed postmodern landscape painter in Santa Barbara and Santa Fe, has died at 78. The cause of death was lung cancer, said her daughter, Bridgit Koller. The gallery had represented Ms. Show More Summary

L.A. council members call for closer look at LAPD's often-criticized disciplinary system

As City Hall pushes a proposal that could give civilians a greater role in disciplining Los Angeles police officers, city lawmakers on Friday called for a closer examination of the police department’s often-criticized disciplinary system that could open the door to further changes. City Council...

Redwood City police officer dies at station, on duty

Redwood City police officer dies at station, on duty A veteran police officer in Redwood City died Friday while on duty, from natural causes. Later, when he had not reported in and had not responded to calls from other officers, a GPS...Show More Summary

Lil Yachty to play halftime at Atlanta Hawks game against Washington Wizards

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Lil Yachty will take to the court at halftime during the Jan. 27 Atlanta Hawks game at Philips Arena. The burgeoning hip-hop star, a product of Pebblebrook High School, was recently named to the Forbes 2017 class...Show More Summary

Photos: Some Of The Best Protest Signs In D.C. On Inauguration Day

Whether at the security checkpoint blockades, McPherson or Franklin squares, or near the Mall, people expressed their dissatisfaction with posterboard. [ more › ]

Talladega College Marching Band performs in inaugural parade

The Talladega College Marching Band marched in the inaugural parade for President Trump on Jan. 20. The band from the historically black college in Alabama stirred controversy when it was announced it would perform in the parade.

Photos: Multiple Arrests In Massive Anti-Trump March Through Loop, On LSD

Following a day of protests in Chicago and elsewhere in response to Donald Trump's presidential inauguration, thousands of Chicago protesters marched through the Loop and on Lake Shore Drive Friday evening. [ more › ]

Protesters gather to rally and march in San Francisco as inauguration day wanes

Hundreds of people opposed to President Trump huddled under umbrellas in San Francisco’s United Nations plaza Friday evening, chanting “The people united will never be divided” and waving handmade signs as they prepared to march. Catherine...Show More Summary

The battle for Lefty O’Doul’s turning into a bar brawl

A Superior Court Judge on Friday barred the operator of Lefty O’Doul’s in Union Square from removing any additional pieces of memorabilia, the latest development in the escalating fight between landlord and longtime tenant over who has...Show More Summary

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