Need the lowdown on the local parade? Planning your holiday menu? This is the space to get all the information you need to make the holidays extra special. Flag as Inappropriate

Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors. What's on your mind? What's on your mind? Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell something
Posts awaiting your approval 0
Patch file photo.
patricia July 5, 2014 at 01:01 pm
Early last evening, just after dark, my neighbors on Westmont Ave and streets surrounding all beganRead More spraying the air with dangerous fireworks, some hundreds of feet in the air. In this time of drought it is crazy to conduct these illegal behaviors. Soon helicopters were circling and fire engines were sirening, and at whose expense
Don't lose control and blow off any fingers this year.
Rich Margittay July 10, 2014 at 04:50 am
Again: Apples & Oranges. You argument is not relevant to the discussion. Give it up or tryRead More another rant. What about the old stand-by: Marijuana and Alcohol?
Rich Margittay July 10, 2014 at 04:52 am
Again: Apples & Oranges. Your "bicycle" argument is (again) not relevant to theRead More discussion. Try another rant. What about the old stand-by: Marijuana and Alcohol?
Lee Jacobsen July 10, 2014 at 10:58 pm
Rich, get your facts straight. Start with the definition of 'rant'. 'To speak or write in an angryRead More or violent manner'. If anything is a rant, many of your comments are, such as "You can't handle the truth!" a rant from 'A Few Good Men". Let's have some original rants at least. The discussion is injuries and fireworks on the 4th of July holiday period, correct? Well, injuries on the 4th also come from other sources besides fireworks, and one of those sources is bicycles. You can't seem to accept that 3 times more injuries are caused by bicycles than fireworks on the 4th, yet no one gets in a tizzy over that fact. Why the hoopla by the author over firework injuries? They are news worthy. How news worthy is it if someone like a weatherman loses an eye while riding a bicycle, perhaps running into a tree branch? Some may even regard such an accident on a bike as being 'inept'. However, have him lose an eye from a fireworks accident, whatever the circumstances, it is national news. Sure, fireworks can be dangerous if used incorrectly, but, if used incorrectly, so are a lot of other activities that we enjoy, are we going to outlaw them as well??? Again, be careful riding that bike.
Tom Brown July 3, 2014 at 08:58 am
Sounds like a win win win to me!
Ken Briggs July 4, 2014 at 03:45 pm
wake all drunks up , make them all go to weekly AA meetings for life . the courts should do betterRead More then they do , thank all the cops for the job they do , it is the courts that screw up .
Fourth of July Vodka Milkshakes from the Tipsy Bartender.
imcjl July 4, 2014 at 08:42 am
That's a lot of work to get a woman. drunk... Try Mike's Hard Cider..tastes better, no red or blueRead More tongue, faster and cheaper
TT July 4, 2014 at 09:10 am
Alcohol is is probably the most dangerous and damaging drug. Around 35,000 Americans are killed inRead More alcohol related auto accidents every year. About 88,000 die when you add alcohol related diseases. Countless lives and families are destroyed. Personally, my childhood memories are nothing but fear and embarrassment from having a drunk parent. So it should never be taken lightly or promoted. If you do drink, please do so extremely carefully, responsibly, and consider what your actions do to people around you.
Linda Henn July 7, 2014 at 07:39 am
While this looks fun and enticing to adults - remember it also looks attractive to teens andRead More underage youth. Promoting and glamorizing alcohol consumption at family friendly events and occasions like the 4th of July can send the wrong message to youth. We need to model the behavior we want our youth to mimic. Family friendly and alcohol free drinks are just as fun and pretty. Let's promote and model healthy choices for our teens.
Youtube screen shot of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Ellen Wheeler April 20, 2014 at 07:50 am
Thank you so much for posting this this morning! I plan to show it to my disabled mom, and know thatRead More she will love the King's College version as much as I do.
DUBLIN, Ca: Chef Michele Wieser prepare pork tenderloin for the spring holidays. Video credit: Autumn Johnson
Maurice Duenas April 19, 2014 at 05:11 pm
Jesus was a Jew and he woulds not have eaten the pork tenderloin. Why are you tryng to get us to eatRead More the pork on the death of the Jesus, who was a Jew?
Smitty April 19, 2014 at 06:54 pm
Because it tastes good Maurice!! Lord protect us from this professional ranter!
Mr. Pickles April 20, 2014 at 06:25 am
Nailed on cross for desecrated the Hebrew temple and probably packin a 99 cent salty Safeway hamRead More with him. King of the Jews my word!
Shopping at 1 a.m. for toys
Oedi December 26, 2013 at 09:13 am
The "corporate" bit is a ruse to prevent or delay photography inside places of business.Read More Generally, there are policies in place that give site managers discretion to allow photography for "legitimate purposes," e.g. news coverage. That said, one can't simply photograph in a place of business or on any private property without permission. It's considered a form of trespass, and agents of the property have the right to ask you why you're photographing, to stop photographing or even to leave. If you refuse, you can be charged with trespassing. (They can do this even if you represent a legitimate news agency.) Always know your rights, and restrictions, as a photojournalist and get permission when necessary. It saves time that would be better used at making pictures. (Yeah, there's something to be said for "It's better to ask forgiveness than permission," but that can also get sticky.)
See more »