Ted Pullman says, “living in this house is like the California Dream. It’s the true essence of mid-modern: bringing the inside out and the outside in.”
Ultimately, the City Council will make the decision of whether to acquire the 13-acre cemetery.
It’s a cruel little part of evolutionary law that our bodies and former stunning looks go all to hell once we have nothing more to contribute to the population.
Many of the original amenities are still there, including the wood-burning fireplace and wood floors which, if they’re typical of other floors in the area, spent a few decades protected in hibernation by the once-ubiquitous wall-to-wall carpeting.
Robert Fox is a sometimes compelling, if not relentless, speaker and he is more than willing to debate anyone about anything anywhere. The incumbent, Jeannine Pearce, has earned a certain amount of local fame for being difficult to reach.
Cynthia Guidry is replacing Jess Romo, who retired in February 2019.
Your favorite principal may be moving along to another school in the fall. And you’re likely getting a new one that you’ll have to break in all over again.
“The coolest thing about going on vacation is coming back home because you live by the water in one of the great vacation places in the country. So, the vacation doesn’t end.”
After a former owner pilfered more than $525,000 from an endowment fund in 1994, the cemetery is living off the interest of what’s left: about $70,000. It’s not enough.
The head of the organization that has been putting on the speedboat race for the last 20 years expressed bafflement of its sudden cancellation by the city.