There are definitely times when I get writers block, especially when I sit down to write a TimeOut. However, the national and international media has recently taught me a trick that I will endeavor to use in the future.
When there is no story, when there is no controversy, when there is nothing about which to write, I will make up a story or a controversy or both. That is what the big boys do on television and radio and then Sports Illustrated picks it up and a story/controversy is born.
Box Office Leaders
Zero Dark Thirty R Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker, brings the search for Bin Laden to the screen.
A Haunted House R A young couple believes their new home is haunted, but it’s actually the demon-possessed girlfriend.
Trails and pathways are each important to any comprehensive trail plan. To attempt to have one without the other simply does not work, especially in communities like Ramona.
Trail and pathway plans fall under the supervision of the County Parks and Recreation Department, so it made sense for both trails and pathways to remain under the guidance and supervision of that department. Pathways typically received input from the Department of Public Works (DPW), since they deal with roadways and
Everyone likes to think their horses are safe. Placed in a well-built corral or pasture we have it in mind that they will be secure from any harm.
We comb over the ground looking for nails, rocks, and other debris that may hurt our beloved horses. Many folks use hot wire in an extra effort to keep their horses from leaning on or through the fencing. I’ve seen people put up pipe corrals, then wooden fencing as a secondary barrier. Of course, horses eat wood, so that rarely lasts very long if it is within their reach.
When Jack Menotti came to Ramona High School in 1978, he had enjoyed nothing but success. He had been All CIF linebacker/center at Santa Monica High School. That was when the Southern Section stretched from San Diego to Santa Barbara. He played college football at Loyola. He was a world class beach volleyball player. He served honorably in the Army during the Cold War and returned from Europe and earned his Bachelor’s
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It is the Holiday Season (politically correct for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza and other holidays that I am not aware of but will undoubtedly hear about in the Letters to the Editor) and I would like to give out some gifts that won’t cost me any money.
During this season I am often referred to as a Scrooge or a Grinch. Compared to me, Ebenezer and the Green Meany are nice guys.
I had horses growing up and decided that it was finally time to add one to the family again. I wanted to help the prevention of horses going to slaughter, so I did some research on rescue organizations and found FalconRidge Ranch.
FalconRidge Equine Rescue is a nonprofit, humane equine organization. It is a sanctuary, rehabilitation and training center for horses located in the
Are you one of those people who feels graffiti has no place in Ramona? Do you shake your head and think “somebody” needs to do something about removing and discouraging graffiti in this community?
It doesn’t take much to become a “somebody” — every person in Ramona, from the youngest to the most mature can do something about this blight! Be a part of the informal Ramona Graffiti Removal “Krew.”
This is the time of year the mall parking lots are full, the stores are bustling with customers, and the Internet is busy with online shoppers. It’s that most special time of year, the Christmas season!
I want to challenge you this season to share the 3 T’s: