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Find Free Fun at the Bob Baker Marionettes Grand Opening

Find Free Fun at the Bob Baker Marionettes Grand Opening

Receive News & Ratings Via Email – Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts’ ratings with MarketBeat.com’s FREE daily email newsletter. What to Know Nov. 29, 2019, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free 4949 York Boulevard How do marionettes move? Receive News & Ratings Via Email – Enter your email […]

by January 11, 2020
What Catholic Church Employees in the US Want Everyone to Know

What Catholic Church Employees in the US Want Everyone to Know

NBC Owned Television stations in cities around the nation asked employees of the Roman Catholic Church what they wanted American Catholics and the public at large to know about the inner-workings of the church. Of the 2,700 members of the church workforce in the United States who responded to , nearly 1,600 also answered that final, open-end question.  Many of […]

by January 11, 2020
Melania Trump Booed at ‘Be Best‘ Event in Baltimore

Melania Trump Booed at ‘Be Best‘ Event in Baltimore

First lady Melania Trump was greeted with a loud chorus of boos Tuesday while giving a speech to a crowd of young students in Baltimore as part of her “Be Best” campaign, . Trump spoke for about five minutes before hundreds of middle and high school children at the UMBC Event Center in Baltimore and warned them about the dangers […]

by January 11, 2020
What Holiday Travelers Should Know About Chain Controls in California‘s Mountains

What Holiday Travelers Should Know About Chain Controls in California‘s Mountains

Snow and ice are expected to venturing into Southern California‘s canyons and passes this week as a cold storm lashes the region. How much snow?  Here‘s a look at estimated accumulations for the three-day storm. Above 3,000 feet (pass level): From 1 to 10 inches Above 5,000 feet (Wrightwood, Big Bear, Idyllwild): From 10 to 24 inches Above 7,000 feet: […]

by January 10, 2020
Complaint Over Employee‘s Handling of Donuts Leads to Fight in 7-Eleven

Complaint Over Employee‘s Handling of Donuts Leads to Fight in 7-Eleven

A 7-Eleven customer tells NBC 7 his complaint to the store clerk about the way he was handling donuts without gloves led to a brawl in between store shelves. The alleged attack happened last week at a store on Jamacha Boulevard near Grand Avenue in Spring Valley. The customer said he used to work in food services and wasn’t a […]

by January 10, 2020