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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — If you aren’t ready to return to the theater yet, Philadelphia is turning the Mann Center for the Performing Arts into a drive-in movie theater. The Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Department just announced a six-week drive-in series in the parking lot. The BlackStar Film Festival, Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Live...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The head of the Minneapolis Park system says he needs some help as more parks are turning into temporary homeless shelters. The latest data shows there are an estimated 431 tents at 42 parks.  One of the latest growing encampments is in Loring Park. Park Board data lists the downtown park as a...
    My father, Irving Kaufman (1910 – 1982), was a professional photographer who started in Brooklyn in the mid 1930s working for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. He captured thousands of images of Brooklyn through the 1950s. I have recently digitized a great many of them. My father’s profile can be found here. This week’s theme: This...
    My father, Irving Kaufman (1910 – 1982), was a professional photographer who started in Brooklyn in the mid 1930s working for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. He captured thousands of images of Brooklyn through the 1950s. I have recently digitized a great many of them. My father’s profile can be found here. This week’s theme: This...
    Enbridge to court: State cant override feds pipeline regulation on Line 5 Thousands of Your Favorite Fast Food Locations Could Close Parks and Recreation Co-Creator Mike Schur Remembers Carl Reiner, "The Emperor of Comedy" © Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images In the fourth season of Parks and Recreation, Leslie Knope runs for...
    A viral video of Florida residents shows them fuming over Palm Beach County’s decision to make face masks mandatory in public places. A clip of CNN’s story about the new rule shows residents yelling and spreading conspiracy theories about masks. “The people, we the people, are waking up, and we know what citizen’s...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – There is new life ahead for an old Downtown Dallas park that really hasn’t been a park in nearly a decade. The Dallas City Council unanimously approved the construction contract for Carpenter Park located on the eastern edge of Downtown. Carpenter Park is a renovation of Carpenter Plaza, a park dedicated in...