Progress Noted in Lincoln Place Talks

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000105 EndHTML:0000004932 StartFragment:0000002297 EndFragment:0000004896 The 15-year battle for Lincoln Place, one of the nation’s oldest, largest,  most historically significant and most beautiful affordable housing complexes may finally be approaching resolution. Since the early 1990s, residents of the Venice complex … Continue reading →

Whither…ICE

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000105 EndHTML:0000006147 StartFragment:0000002454 EndFragment:0000006111 By Ava Tramer Beaches Sunny and hot Highs: 72-82; Lows: 64-67 Inland Hot and clear Highs: 96-106; Lows: 63-68 Deserts Mostly sunny and hot Highs:105-114; Lows: 77-85; And Santa Monica… Too…hot…to…think…Thank… goodness…weather…will…cool… down…by…next…weekend…Need…cold…shower…icebath…frozen…drink…dress…made…of…ice… cubes…NOW…Going…to…search…for…said…items…now… — … Continue reading →

My Mother and Uncle Teddy

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000184 EndHTML:0000016580 StartFragment:0000002845 EndFragment:0000016544 SourceURL:file://localhost/Users/peggyclifford/Desktop/BobbyShriver-Teddy.doc By Bobby Shriver Shriver remembers one of the last family gatherings of his mother Eunice Kennedy Shriver and his uncle Ted Kennedy. In mid-June Uncle Teddy came to my mother’s Hyannisport home for a … Continue reading →

PCH = Parking Lot Today

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000105 EndHTML:0000003583 StartFragment:0000002293 EndFragment:0000003547 According to KNBC News, a Eucalyptus tree fell across Pacific Coast Highway between Temescal Canyon and Sunset Boulevard this morning, blocking all traffic and   knocking out power to about 1200 customers. PCH became a parking … Continue reading →