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I'm always somewhat amazed when I walk through a Walt Disney World park and see all the children romping in the various playground areas. I mean, with all the high-tech thrills available, why would anyone spend their time running around the Honey I Shrunk...
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County recently hosted "Israel@65," a community celebration to mark the 65th anniversary of Israel's independence. The event, celebrating "Yom Ha'Atzmaut," took place at Palm Beach County Convention Center and drew...
Tags: Judaism, Religion and Belief, Israel, Culture, Arts and Culture
Some homeowners might consider a 20-foot Ficus nitida rooted in the middle of a 5,400-square-foot lot to be a liability, especially when planning a major remodel. But architect Carlos Zubieta isn't one of those people. The two-story glass addition...
Tags: SCI-Arc, Architecture, Arts and Culture
The Baltimore SunIt's said that every man wants to be a hero. Jon Snow got his chance last night. With Ygritte, Tormund, Orell and other wildlings, Snow takes on a seemingly impossible feat: Scaling the 700-foot wall that separates the so-called free people from their...
By now, everybody knows what to expect from your standard-issue ho-hum water park: body and tube slide complexes with funnels and bowls, deluge-inducing water play towers for the little ones, undulating wave pools and relaxing lazy rivers. Photos: 20...
Spaghetti dinner Stoystown Volunteer Fire Department spaghetti dinner, sponsored by Kantner United Methodist Church, 4:30 to 7 p.m. April 20 at Kantner United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Free will donation. Takeouts are available. Proceeds benefit...
Tags: Methodist, Christianity, John Noble, Soups, Personal Service
Royal Caribbean opened the curtain on its newest cruise ship, the Quantum of the Seas, and it would be hard to miss its most iconic feature. Like a London Eye at sea, the Quantum of the Seas will feature a ride called the North Star that will send...
Chicken and biscuit The County Line Church of the Brethren, Champion, chicken and biscuit dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. April 20. Chicken and biscuits, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, applesauce, cake and drink. Sponsored by the Spiritual Renewal Team to benefit the...
In an effort to shine a spotlight on the needs of children and teens who have been abused, abandoned and neglected, ChildNet will bring together 14 nonprofit partner agencies to host the inaugural "Field Day for Foster Care." The event, sponsored by...
Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacAn Addison Borough celebration will recognize the historic National Road — now Route 40. "Addison is a very historic village," Old Petersburg-Addison Historical Society President Joan Whetsell said. "People come to take a look back in time and...
The Hartford CourantNot too many issues prompt dozens of students to descend on a board of trustees meeting, but a proposal for a new $100 million fitness center did Wednesday. About 60 or 70 students showed up to voice their opinions on the proposal and they were sharply...
Items for Where to Go must be submitted by noon Wednesday to be listed in Thursday’s section. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org and designate Where to Go in the subject line. Spring Tea St. Francis-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, 2081 Husband Road,...
Tags: Christianity, John Noble, Soups, Personal Service, Lobbying
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