Hundreds of cooks, bartenders, hotel keepers and cocktail waitresses stood in a long line in cold weather to renew their Culinary union health insurance policies Tuesday.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
If you’re trying to send some Christmas cheer to a special someone at a military installation, hurry to the post office. All priority and first class packages need to mailed Tuesday in order to make it by Christmas.
With all of the construction going on at the Downtown Container Park, it wasn’t too surprising when a flying saucer landed nearby in mid-November.
WinterFest is scheduled from Dec. 12-14 at the Henderson Events Plaza, 200 S. Water St. The event transforms the Water Street District into an old-fashioned Christmas with activities and decorations and a giant snow globe aquarium courtesy of the cast from “Tanked.”
Really appreciate your column of Dec. 4 (tinyurl.com/m4sjxoj) … up until the final line, where respect is associated with having high expectations of others. If you respect them, you will have no expectations of them. Respect isn’t about imposing or judging. Those things are the opposite of respect. Respect is about honoring, listening, being open to who the person is right now. Expectations are a form of soft cruelty. They limit the person’s right to wake up as any form of person they choose. They chain a person to other peoples’ “expectations.” True respect is a form of love, of appreciation.