Historical news accounts recorded in Stayton through 1916 are on the cusp of being digitized, at which point they will become available for perusal.
But an additional six years of news accounts, through 1922, may be a collection of returnable bottles away.
That’s the scenario Santiam Historical Society President Diana Maul and member Terri Adams presented during Canyon Conversations at a popular midday Moxieberry on Wednesday, Oct. 11.
A backlog at the University of Oregon relegated the Stayton project to the queue, but the U of O projects cleared quickly enough that Stayton’s kicked in sooner
Read more at: http://www.statesmanjournal.com/story/news/local/stayton/2017/10/13/canyon-conversations-history-heritage-and-book-drive/758935001/
The October issue of Ocean Drive Magazine is usually Lynn’s favorite issue of the year because they always show hot guys with big biceps. Deco caught up with this year’s cover boy, who is none other than the man who got us all to shake our bon-bons — Ricky Martin.
Ricky Martin is no stranger to Miami.
Ricky Martin: “When I hear Miami, I go back home.”
And let’s just say gracing the cover of Ocean Drive Magazine is not exactly new for him.
Ricky Martin: “It’s not my first time though, and I’m really happy that they called me again.”
Ricky’s favorite look is the cover, but how does his sound to get us livin’ la vida loca?
Ricky Martin: “I felt like a pimp, and I acted out the pimp, and it felt good.”
There was nothing but love for Ricky on the red carpet at the W Hotel on South Beach as the mag
Read more at: http://wsvn.com/entertainment/ricky-martin-graces-the-cover-of-ocean-drive-magazine/
The Oregon Women Lawyers Coffee Creek Book Drive will take place July 17-30. Collection boxes will be near the clerks’ offices the third floors of the Hood River and Wasco county courthouses.
The book drive is to benefit the library at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility and is sponsored by Oregon Women Lawyers.
Any form of fiction is acceptable. Mysteries, romance, and science fiction/fantasy are the most popular. The women at Coffee Creek have a wide range of reading abilities. If you read a book and liked it, chances are that someone at Coffee Creek will too. Books written for young adults are particularly needed.
Nonfiction is also acceptable, but no true crime, gambling, law or text books. Children’s books are welcome as many of the women have children who visit.
Another note: There is an enormous need for books in Spanish, Russian, and
Read more at: http://www.hoodrivernews.com/news/2017/jul/08/coffee-creek-book-drive-starts-hr-courthouse/
When Gianni Versace was shot on the front steps of his Ocean Drive mansion in 1997, Miami and the rest of the world mourned the loss of one of fashion’s most iconic and influential personalities. His horrific murder was such a defining event that many residents still think of his death as a way to mark the passage of time, almost like a local BC/AD.
Twenty years after the designer’s gruesome end, a film crew has returned to Ocean Drive to re-create the gory scene. The story of Versace’s murder will be told in season three of American Crime Story, the FX series that won an Emmy for its first season, The People v. O.J. Simpson.
Led by former Miami Herald-employee-turned-TV-show-creator Ryan Murphy, the ACS team arrived in South Beach this week to shoot exterior footage of
Read more at: http://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/american-crime-story-comes-to-ocean-drive-to-recreate-versace-murder-9325538