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BPN Announces 2016's First Concert In Buena Park Circle

A wonderful tradition will return on Thursday, June 16th, as Buena Park Neighbors sponsors the first of its Concerts in the Park. Local favorite Canasta will play three sets, beginning at 7pm. You may have heard them at Taste of Chicago,...Show More Summary

Montgomery principal’s penalty for those caught drinking at prom is rescinded

The superintendent reverses the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High administrator's punishment.

The Best Of Bataan

The USS Bataan is an amphibious assault ship commissioned in 1997 and carries multiple helicopters, harrier jets, cannons, missile systems, nearly 2000 marines and over 1000 sailors. In addition, the 844 foot long, 42,000 ton vessel is a 600 bed floating hospital staffed with doctors, nurses and dentists. Show More Summary

Jane Fawcett, British codebreaker during World War II, dies at 95

Mrs. Fawcett deciphered a German message that led to the sinking of a battleship and one of Britain’s greatest naval victories.

Horrible Senior 'Pranks' Result In Animal Abuse, Vandalism Investigations

One goat and three rabbits are dead as a result of teenage idiocy. [ more › ]

For Peter Pan On Her 70th Birthday At Berkeley Rep Is A Moving, Marvelous Surprise

Playwright Sarah Ruhl has become a favorite at Berkeley Rep over the past decade, beginning with a production of her play Eurydice in 2004. [ more › ]

Much ado about homeless overlooks much bigger issue of affordable housing

Local leaders want a“regional compact” to focus attention on a looming threat of overpriced housing.

Bernie Sanders Comes To Oakland Monday

He'll be appearing at two events, including a big rally at Frank Ogawa Plaza. [ more › ]

"Chicago's Best" To Film At La Ciudad On June 7th

Finally, one of Uptown's homegrown restaurants has been discovered by local media! We've loved La Ciudad since a reader wrote us about them back in December 2009. They've helped feed the homeless during the holidays, have brought appetizers...Show More Summary

Marion Barry’s mantle on the line as early voting nears in D.C.

LaRuby May and Trayon White are running hard for the late city council member’s seat.

The Blunt Truth About SF's 'Pot-Friendly Gym'

We had some kind words with the ‘cannabis gym’ co-founder. [ more › ]

SFPD Waits Until Late Friday To Identify Sergeant Who Shot Jessica Williams

A vigil was held Friday in the Bayview at which friends and family members of the deceased woman spoke about her, and revealed she's had five children. [ more › ]

The history of Washington’s public schools resides in one of its finest buildings

Old high school yearbooks are just one of the attractions at the Sumner School archives.

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