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Man Tried To Enter Bronx Zoo's Snow Leopard Enclosure

A man was removed from the Bronx Zoo after allegedly trying to breach the Himalayn Highlands exhibit, where the snow leopards and red pandas are kept. [ more › ]

Local Pride!

A few more local Pride celebration opportunities: Baker & Nosh, at 1303 West Wilson: "Make sure to stop by and see us 9am-noon Pride Sunday, and grab a free La Colombe coffee! Happy Pride, Chicago!" Uptown Lounge, at 1136 West Lawrence:...Show More Summary

First Slice 6/26/16: Two suspects shot after police chase on I-75/85

Atlanta Police shot two suspects during a stolen-car pursuit that ended near Adair Park. According to witnesses interviewed by WSB-TV, the suspects traveling in two stolen Dodge Chargers rammed motorists on I-75/85 before crashing near University Avenue.…

At Home: Top-Sellers in May, Tiny Home Living & Natural Swimming Pools

Metro Atlanta’s Top-Selling Counties, May 2016 [Atlanta Agent Magazine] What Living in a Tiny Home is Really Like [Realtor Mag] 5 Home Design Trends Emerging in This Year’s Marketplace [Inman] For Bestselling Author and Designer James Farmer, It Was Finally Time to Build [Atlanta Magazine] Back to Nature: How To Build an Environmentally Friendly Swimming […]

Decatur Ranks as “Best Place to Live” in Georgia; Ranks 79th in Nation

You may have seen recently in local media that Decatur ranked as the #1 suburb in Georgia, based on Niche’s annual “Best Place’s to Live” ranker. Pretty cool, but I don’t think it’s too much as a surprise to many.  Decatur often does well in these sorts of place rankers.  Especially when just looking within the […]

Sunday Poll: Will North St. Louis Be Better Or Worse 25 Years From Now?

A quarter century ago I moved North of Delmar — from the Central West End. As I reflect back on the last 25 years, I think about what the next 25 might look like. The National Geospatial Agency (NGA) will have been in it’s new headquarters for years. Will it help...

Chloe Sevigny Must Be Twins

Guy #1: And I didn’t even go to first base with her. I wouldn’t give her the satisfaction. Guy #2: Yeah. We were with the ugliest girls in the world that night. –53rd & Lexington

San Diego City Council wants more options to oust wayward officials

Nearly three years after San Diego struggled to remove embattled Mayor Bob Filner from office, officials will ask voters in November to help expand the city’s options for ousting wayward officials. Under the proposed ballot measure, officials would be suspended if they’ve been criminally charged...

5 things to do: Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival

Sunday, June 26, 2016 Summer ICE at Georgia Railroad Freight Depot …

Today's Top 5: Sunday

Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, June 26, 2016 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • Habitat Mud Volleyball at Bryton Development • Pepperbox Pop-Up at Red Clay Ciderworks •...Show More Summary

D.C. area forecast: After a superb Sunday, turning steamier and potentially stormy

Plenty of sun and fairly low humidity make for a fine finish to the weekend, before storm chances rise late tomorrow.

3 dead, 2 seriously injured in fiery 4-car Woodland Hills crash

Three people were killed and two others were seriously injured after a four-car accident in Woodland Hills that shut down Ventura Blvd. in both directions, officials said.  The accident occurred at about 9 p.m. Saturday in the 20900 block of Ventura Boulevard.  Passersby used fire extinguishers...

#TestForFlu Bug Hits Town

The #TestForFlu Bug, aka the Virus Buster, was in Uptown last week, educating the public about influenza. We saw it parked on Clark. It was kind of hard to miss, to be frank.

Summer Solstice Parade

Santa Barbara held its 42nd Summer Solstice Parade along State Street downtown on June 26, 2016. With the theme of "Legends," the event attracted more than 1,000 participants and featured 30 floats as well as dancers and costumed spectators.

Mayor's ferry program at risk of running aground

Mayor Bill de Blasio is betting big that his proposed citywide expansion of ferry service will transform waterborne transportation in New York City. But some basic problems make his wager a long... To view the full story, click the title link.

London's Brexit pain is Wall Street's financial gain

A decade ago, London was poised to replace New York as the world’s financial capital. Mayor Michael Bloomberg even endorsed a 2007 report that said New York needed to emulate how London did... To view the full story, click the title link.

Edgewater Shooting Ends At Foster/Sheridan

Tonight shortly before 9pm, a 42-year-old man was shot several times in Edgewater. The shooting occurred on Kenmore between Berwyn and Balmoral. Witnesses reported hearing shots and seeing a dark blue Mercedes speeding away from theShow More Summary

Trump gets benched | 'Broken windows' shattered | Macy's CEO to quit

Trump gets benched Trump Tower was fined $10,000 for failing to return a 22-foot-long stone bench to its lobby after neither the presumptive GOP presidential nominee nor a representative showed up... To view the full story, click the title link.

Second time could be the charm for Christine Quinn

The next citywide election is 16 months away, but with polls showing Mayor Bill de Blasio’s support at an all-time low, potential challengers have been clamoring for attention. Yet perhaps the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Beyond NYPD corruption charges lie some troubling notions

Two businessmen donning elf hats to drop off Christmas presents for officers’ wives and children. A private jet chartered for a Las Vegas Super Bowl weekend with a prostitute available for all... To view the full story, click the title link.

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