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  • Word Play: Where the Wild Things still are

    Word Play: Where the Wild Things still are
    The idea of caring for the environment seems to be easier to get across to kids than to adults. Many adults just think the world is too complicated. "What difference does one light bulb or one plastic water bottle make in the wide world?" they think. For...
  • Urban Beekeepers Help To Pollinate Harrisburg

    Urban Beekeepers Help To Pollinate Harrisburg
    It's not something you see everyday in a city. A beekeeping couple, helping to keep Harrisburg pollinated. Dave Arnold and his wife Sandy have always been interested in bringing the country to the city. So they bought seven lots in Harrisburg, and...
  • Cash-Strapped City Fines NY Man For Not Watering His Beehive

    Cash-Strapped City Fines NY Man For Not Watering His Beehive
    In what is perhaps a sign of the cash-strapped times, the City fined a Douglaston man two thousand dollars for not watering his beehive. "When I got the fine, I though it was a mistake. Then I read it and thought, "the City is giving me a fine for not...
  • Natural View: What are bees doing at the pool?

    I've joined a recreation facility with a big, warm, outdoor swimming pool. Despite the lack of flowering plants, there are always honeybees around the pool edges. In particular, they can be found crawling over soggy dead leaves next to the pool. They're...
  • Berenstain Bears remain faithful

    The Berenstain Bears, author Mike Berenstain is quick to admit, are late adopters. Brother Bear and Sister Bear are more likely to play a game of hopscotch than Angry Birds. And tweeting doesn't appear to have arrived in Bear Country as of yet. "We deal...
  • Bees Sting Wheelchair-Bound Man 60 Times; 4 Hospitalized

    Bees Sting Wheelchair-Bound Man 60 Times; 4 Hospitalized
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) -- Four people were hospitalized Thursday after they were attacked by a swarm of bees in Santa Ana. It happened at a storage yard in the 2600 block of Orange Street Thursday. The swarm forced firefighters to shut down South...
  • Virginia: $21.8 billion in natural assets, report says

    Virginia: $21.8 billion in natural assets, report says
    It’s not easy to put a dollar figure on the beach, mountains and other natural assets, but the Piedmont Environmental Council is trying. The Warrenton-based watchdog group issued a report Nov. 30 stating that Virginia’s natural goods and...
  • The God Squad: Apples, honey are like our body and soul

    Question: Why do Jews eat apples dipped in honey as their special New Year food? — S., Huntington, N.Y. Answer: Every religious tradition finds some way to eat something sweet. Apples and honey are like chocolate Easter bunnies or the candy-...
  • Nurturing nature

     Nurturing nature
    Nature is humming along at Aliso Creek Inn and Golf Course — quite literally. The picturesque lodge and nine-hole golf course is the site of a new "green" initiative that combines locally-grown produce with the power of bees. Six new table-...
  • Mesa advances to nationals in mock business competition

    Mesa advances to nationals in mock business competition
    COSTA MESA — After sweeping the competition statewide, Costa Mesa High School's Business Academy will compete in New York City in March for a national title. Mesa's two Virtual Enterprise companies, the Great Park Wildlife Center and Abeille,...
  • Our Laguna: Snapshots of the news in 2011

    Laguna Beach began 2011 by digging itself out of the mud. Homes, art studios, businesses, the Laguna Beach Animal Shelter and the Anneliese School suffered damage and destruction in the December 2010 rainstorms. Recovery was on everyone's mind. Outgoing...
  • 2011 was a year of exciting home projects; 2012 promises lots in home and garden

    2011 was a year of exciting home projects; 2012 promises lots in home and garden
    Even though 2011 was a down year for the housing market, it was an up year for housing events in Hampton Roads. February through November, southeastern Virginia was the scene of three nationally recognized homes, as well as the Peninsula's own Parade...