A different kind of teeing off was what Rick Welch came to Angel Park Golf Club for this morning. A leggy company of female golf assistants invited the ad agency owner and avid golfer to try out their latest hire for free.
For parents who are looking for a low-cost activity in which they can involve their entire family, now’s the time. Friday through Feb. 15 is the Great Backyard Bird Count, sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society.
If you have trees that are not growing much, vertical mulching will give them a jump start. It opens up our poor soils to get air and water to the roots, it drains away salts and it gets rid of toxic gases.
Here are a few things in news, entertainment and pop culture that we’ve been talking about lately.
There is indeed a very short list of moments in time wherein it’s good to be reactive.
Goodbye, guys selling “Too Close for Comfort” reruns to emerging markets that have yet to discover the joys of Jim J. Bullock.
Every crisp, sporadic gesture he performs mimics a conductor’s enthusiasm while onstage.
Proud of its history, the Nevada town of Mesquite invites visitors to get acquainted with the border town’s past, starting with a visit to its diminutive museum at 35 Mesquite Blvd. Housed in a flat-roofed rock building erected to serve as a library during 1939-41, the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum contains remnants of its past dating back to original settlement by Mormon colonists in the early 1880s. The single-storied museum, later turned into a hospital, was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.