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Left Coast / Right Coast: Baseball – Been Berry Berry Good to Me

I grew up in NY City with three major league teams: Brooklyn Dodgers (before they moved to Los Angeles), New York Giants (before they moved to San Francisco), and the New York Yankees (still playing in The Bronx). At this time of year, many NY City schoolteachers would roll a TV into the classroom to view the World Series.

I grew up in NY City with three major league teams: the Brooklyn Dodgers (before they moved to Los Angeles), the New York Giants (before they moved to San Francisco), and the New York Yankees (still playing in The Bronx).

At this time of year, many NY City schoolteachers would roll a TV into the classroom to view the World Series.

"A Few Surefire Ways to Bring Some Color Inside this Winter," by the Whistling Gardener

As the temperatures continue to drop, along with all those leaves on our deciduous trees, we are pretty much left with just shades of green in our gardens to look at throughout the winter. For those of us that experience color starvation, here are some ideas to bring the outside into our dining rooms and living spaces.

As the temperatures continue to drop, along with all those leaves on our deciduous trees, we are pretty much left with just shades of green in our gardens to look at throughout the winter.

For those of us that experience color starvation, here are some ideas to bring the outside into our dining rooms and living spaces.

"Friends of the Mill Creek Library honored at City Council Meeting," by Marge Rhodes

At their regular October 22, 2019, meeting, the Mill Creek City Council honored the Friends of the Mill Creek Library for their work in support of the Mill Creek Library. The nonprofit organization's volunteers plan Mill Creek Library programs, library grants, and library furnishings.

At their regular October 22nd meeting, the Mill Creek City Council honored the Friends of the Mill Creek Library for their work in support of the Mill Creek Library. 

The nonprofit organization's volunteers plan Mill Creek Library programs, library grants, and library furnishings.

Exploration Park now open and ribbon-cutting ceremony to be held

Mill Creek's newest neighborhood park, Exploration Park, is now open to the public. The project was completed on time and $110,000 under budget, even after a number of change orders.  A ribbon cutting ceremony and park dedication for the new park will take place on Tuesday, October 29th, at 6:00 pm. The public are welcome to attend.

Mill Creek's newest neighborhood park, Exploration Park, is now open to the public. The project was completed on time and $110,000 under budget, even after a number of change orders.

A ribbon cutting ceremony and park dedication for the new park will take place on Tuesday, October 29th, at 6:00 pm. The public are welcome to attend.

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