Archive for January, 2013

Log Cabin Dallas president becomes national officer – Dallas Voice

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Dallas Voice
Log Cabin Dallas president becomes national officer
Dallas Voice
Log Cabin Republicans of Dallas President Thomas Purdy has been elected secretary of National Log Cabin Republicans. That's a fast rebound for the Dallas chapter that was decommissioned by the national organization in the fall of 2011 after a

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Our View: Let our chickens come home to roost

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Others are getting back in tune with our ancient ways and with the new revitalization called urban homesteading, including San Marino, which recently lifted its ban on chickens, and San Gabriel, whose City Council last month granted resident Vito Clarizio …

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Let Southern California chickens come home to roost: Opinion – Pasadena Star-News

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
Let Southern California chickens come home to roost: Opinion
Pasadena Star-News
Others are getting back in tune with our ancient ways and with the new revitalization called urban homesteading, including San Marino, which recently lifted its ban on chickens, and San Gabriel, whose City Council last month granted resident Vito

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Let Southern California chickens come home to roost: Opinion – Long Beach Press-Telegram

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
Let Southern California chickens come home to roost: Opinion
Long Beach Press-Telegram
Others are getting back in tune with our ancient ways and with the new revitalization called urban homesteading, including San Marino, which recently lifted its ban on chickens, and San Gabriel, whose City Council last month granted resident Vito

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Let Southern California chickens come home to roost: Opinion – Los Angeles Daily News

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
Let Southern California chickens come home to roost: Opinion
Los Angeles Daily News
Others are getting back in tune with our ancient ways and with the new revitalization called urban homesteading, including San Marino, which recently lifted its ban on chickens, and San Gabriel, whose City Council last month granted resident Vito

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Sunset Park Rent Strike Continues Despite New Management – Village Voice (blog)

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Village Voice (blog)
Sunset Park Rent Strike Continues Despite New Management
Village Voice (blog)
Kerri White, director of organizing and policy at the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board, says these problems aren't HPD's responsibility: "It's a bad situation, but it's not unheard of. We need [HPD] to help protect the housing, but we can't rely on

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New Enszer essays – Washington Blade

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
New Enszer essays
Washington Blade
Lesbian author Julie Enszer will be at the D.C. Center (1318 U Street NW) Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for its OutWrite Author Series to present her new book “Homesteading: Essays on Life, Death, Sex and Liberation.” In the collection, Enszer includes essays

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CAN WE GET A SHOUT OUT FOR THE NOLIBS LOG CABIN? – Philebrity.com

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
CAN WE GET A SHOUT OUT FOR THE NOLIBS LOG CABIN?
Philebrity.com
Then we think about this log cabin, on North Lawrence Street in Northern Liberties. Built in 1986 by artist Jeff Thomas, when NoLibs was so blighted out you could have built an entire block of log cabins if you wanted to and no one would notice, it

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Coyotes in Mableton? – Patch.com

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
Coyotes in Mableton?
Patch.com
Yesterday 1/29 around 9:45 a.m. I had the unpleasurable event of a Coyote "homesteading" in my back yard for at least 30 minutes. I took pictures of it, sent it to my son to confirm what I thought it was and he confirmed my suspicions. I then called

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Celebrating the Birthday of Kansas by Following the Trail of Thread – PR Web (press release)

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

PR Web (press release)
Celebrating the Birthday of Kansas by Following the Trail of Thread
PR Web (press release)
For more information about the women's role in homesteading Kansas during its first years, be sure to read Linda Hubalek's books, Trail of Thread, Thimble of Soil and Stitch of Courage. These stories, written in the form of letters, tell the tales of

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