Manhattan Beach Pier’s 100 Years Captured By Historical Society

McAulay, who told Manhattan Beach Patch he spent weeks working on the Historical Society’s pier retrospective, also assisted with the City’s “Pierspective” exhibit, which called for submissions form the public. Read more about that art exhibit here: ‘Pierspective’ Exhibit Covers Manhattan Beach Pier’s 100 Years.

Friendswood historian keeps record straight

“We will continue to emphasize family, faith and education – because that’s how we started,” she said. “As we have grown, I think we’re very fortunate that we have continued to emphasize those three things, and that we still are a unique community. So far, so good.”

‘Little House’ author’s life, times examined in PBS film

“I am constantly amazed by how much more there is for me to learn (about Ingalls) because I’ve had the opportunity to come at the ‘Little House’ story from so many different angles in so many different ways,” Gilbert said.

New exhibit illuminates pioneering Indiana recording studio

As Gennett wound down from its early 1920s peak, it built a reputation as a label for “hillbilly” and “old-time” music, which were the origins for what’s dubbed “country” today. More consumers turned to radio, and jazz musicians left for higher-paying labels, so Gennett started making budget records and forged a deal to sell them […]

‘Pierspective’ Exhibit Covers Manhattan Beach Pier’s 100 Years

“In addition to the book, we will be filming a walkthrough of the exhibition and hopefully conducting some artist interviews as well,” Eric Brinkman, told Manhattan Beach Patch. “Our goal is to keep rolling out content through the month of July to keep the exhibition feeling fresh.”

Stephen King’s House to Become Archive and Writers’ Retreat

“The King Family has been wonderful to the City of Bangor over time and have donated literally millions of dollars to various causes in the community,” one of the city councilors, Ben Sprague, told Rolling Stone. “Preserving his legacy here in Bangor is important for this community.”

Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox church leader end 1,000 year rift between East and West at historic Cuba meeting as they sign a joint declaration calling for an end to Christian persecution

There is also a festering dispute over the ownership of church properties confiscated from Eastern Rite Catholics during the reign of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, some of which were reclaimed from the Russian Orthodox church following the fall of communism.

‘I was in Ghislaine’s little black book’: Writer lifts the lid on New York’s high society in the 90s, claiming anyone with a British accent got into exclusive parties while ‘quick-witted’ Maxwell was the ‘attention-seeking darling of her set’

Maxwell, 58, is currently being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York as she awaits trial on charges on conspiring with Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse girls. Epstein was charged with sex trafficking but died in jail while awaiting trial last year. The pair are pictured together in 2005

Salvation at last for historic charities that need more PPE as Mail Force comes to the rescue, writes ROBERT HARDMAN

Mr Page and his teams responded to the coronavirus outbreak instantly by reducing shift sizes and interaction between different floor levels at the Salvation Army’s ‘Lifehouses’, as their supported-living hostels for the homeless are known.

American Society Of Cinematographers Elects Stephen Lighthill As President

“This is a challenging moment for filmmaking in general and cinematography in particular,” Lighthill said. “As an organization, we are making plans to put words into action. Through the work of the Future Practices Committee and Vision Committee, I’m ready to lead our Society in responding, and in making our work environments safe, equal and […]