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Links The Melrose Neighborhood Association is asking the Iowa state Board of Regents to deny the University of Iowas request to tear down a house at 711 Melrose Avenue to make way for a new parking lot. The group would instead like the house to be
In the fast-paced field of hard news journalism, timing is everything. The news gods were always playing with me, good and bad," said Melrose, a 61-year-old Pittsburg resident who turned in his black-and-yellow 740 AM microphone and retired April 12.
20 am Riley Keough and Melanie Griffith pose together during an evening benefiting The New York Rescue Workers and Gulf Coast Detoxification Projects held at Fig & Olive Melrose Place on Thursday (April 12) in West Hollywood, Calif.
With At Last, Edward St Aubyn ends his semi-autobiographical series featuring the upper-class Melrose family. The first of five novels began with Never Mind (1992), and dramatised Patrick Melrose's horrifying rape at the hands of his father, aged
It's a little quieter than usual tonight, but we found a few art and music events that might interest you. Gallery1988 (Melrose) opens a Mike Mitchell show; the Leftover Cuties and Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are at the El Rey; two shows open at La Luz de
Crews Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under The University of Iowa is one step closer in its plan to construct a surface parking lot south of Melrose Avenue later this year. After more than 90 minutes of discussion, the Iowa City Planning and Zoning
Former Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Barry Melrose roamed the halls of the Forum on Wednesday for the first time since being fired in 2008, 16 games into his stint behind the bench...Though he purchased a house in Pinellas County, Melrose had not
Massachusetts voters surveyed in a new Boston Globe poll, outstripping those who said they would categorically oppose an infusion of aid. Support was most robust among those living inside Route 128, the T's core service area. The statewide results,
Lou Wine Bar Closing Up Shop Fans of Lou, the unassuming wine bar tucked into a strip mall at the corner of Melrose and Vine, got the sad news yesterday via a blog post from owner Lou Amdur that he is closing up sometime in the next few weeks. Amdur
The University Club with host the March Midday Connection Luncheon at noon Monday at the club, 1360 Melrose Ave. The Gift is in the Bag, is the luncheon theme, which features Ann Henzlik from Chicago City MN. She will teach how to make unusual gift