He and others collaborated on a piece in today's paper about a worthwhile effort.
Five months ago...
A car landed vertically in a snowbank in an accident involving several vehicles on Interstate 93 north of Salem, N.H. No one was injured. Photo: Tim Jean / The Eagle-Tribune via AP
Lake Michigan in Fox Point looks like a frozen barren landscape. A rare lakeshore flood warning was in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday along Lake Michigan from Sheboygan south to the Illinois border with waves of 10 to 16 feet. Journal Sentinel photo: Kristyna Wentz-Graff
Sam Lozoff shovels out a delivery car Wednesday morning in front of the Jimmy Johns store on S. Kinnickinnic Ave. in Bay View. Journal Sentinel photo: John Klein
Walking was the only way people could get down many Milwaukee side streets Wednesday morning. E Bennett Ave had snow thigh deep making it impossible to move cars from the curb. Journal Sentinel photo: John Klein
Snow wave. Photo submitted to jsonline by Erin, Milwaukee.
Canadian National Rail Road workers use blowers to clear a switch so a diesel locomotive can pass between Main Street & Arcadian Avenue in the City of Waukesha late Monday afternoon. Photo: Allen Fredrickson - Waukesha, WI
It's Friday night. Time to unwind with our regular Friday night feature on This Just In.
The weekend has finally arrived.
The sun has set.
The evening sky has erupted.
Let's smooth our way into Saturday and Sunday.
Tonight, a rather unusual theme that just hit me recently as I listened to a 70's show on the radio.
There are bands with a long history noted for their trademark horn sections. On occasion, they'd slow it down, backed by lush string sections. They definitely pulled it off, and the subsequent sound was amaizing.
We begin with Blood, Sweat and Tears. It would take forever to provide bio material givent the countless times the group changed personnel. This was the band that gave us the famous blasts that preceded Spinning Wheel, And When I Die, and Lucretia McEvil.
A lesser known tune in the mid-70's was a tender love ballad.
The Barking Lot is a regular weekly feature of this just in…Written by my lovely wife, Jennifer and me. It opens with the weekend dog walking forecast followed by the main blog from dog lover, Jennifer. Then it’s DOGS IN THE NEWS and our close. Enjoy!
THE WEEKEND DOG-WALKING FORECAST: We grade the weather outlook for taking your pet outdoors.
TODAY: Isolated thunderstorms. High of 86. "A"
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy. High of 80. "A"
Here’s my lovely wife, Jennifer with this week’s main blog:
Next Monday, July 4, 2011 will again be time to celebrate the independence of our wonderful country. Sights, sounds and activities over this weekend will include: