Today’s news … Monday, August 29, 2016

Quote for today … I was assaulted around 230-3am at the laundromat at 6th and walnut sts in Columbia. My wallet was taken but has since been found, and i was attacked by 2 males. Both came around the corner from the 500 block of walnut. The man who hit me several times was hispanic with a mustache and wearing a red v neck tshirt. Please contact columbia boro police if you have any information on this man. I believe he came off one of the porches at the top of the 500 block of walnut.”from this facebook page

Quotes for today … Best.story.ever!!” and “This is hilarious!! Thanks for sharing!” and “we just talked about getting matching roombas! Read this! You’ll die! Haha!!” – This USA Today article at The York Daily Record references the facebook page where these comments are. – The York Daily Record

poopastropheToo funny – “‘Pooptastrophe’: Man details the night his Roomba ran over dog poop”

  • Greatness is earned. If you missed the show before last night’s preseason football game, you missed an awesome production about Payton Manning’s focus, devotion, dedication to the game of football. Watch it anytime here.

weedsSee the string at the facebook site, “What’s Happening in Columbia,Pa. and Area?” All about the inconsistent application of codes enforcement concerning weeds. 

WSPD_New“September 2016 is also known as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month; World Suicide Prevention Day is September 10.”NAMI Website

tedXHempfield sophomore is TEDX Lancaster presenter on September 10.

friedly sculpture

Milt Friedly, Director/Curator for the Susquehanna Center for the Creative Arts will exhibit his sculpture at Keystone Art and Culture Center, 420 Pearl Street, Lancaster, PA. September 2 -28 and to be extended thru October, 2016.

Public Receptions are scheduled for September 2 and September 22 from 5-9 p.m.

Gallery hours outside the reception dates are by appointment.

Milt’s sculptural works are crafted from traditional media, found objects and experimental media. His work investigates the dichotomy between nature and use of industrial materials and the effects consumption and time have on the human condition. Friedly makes personal and universal statements through use of common materials in uniquely crafted works of art. Some works are interactive, time based, which are completed by an audience. Some include live objects, water, sound and video.

New works include: “Ali – Move like a butterfly, Sting like a Bee”; “Corn – Chip”; “Breathe in the Conestoga”; “Displacement”; “Remove Ashes Daily” and others.

Special thanks to George Mummert, Director of Keystone for generously offering the space for this exhibition and to Martin’s Potato Chips. – SOURCE: news release

One comment

  1. The weeds at CVS have been like this for weeks now. The Sixth Street side is actually much worse looking. Some have to be four feet tall. Very unkempt. Why wasn’t something done weeks ago? Why bother now, soon the cold weather will take care of the problem.

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