Monthly Archives: October 2009

Problems occur on any roads, when the weather begins to happen.  In Los Angeles, any time it rains there will be numerous accidents...one car accidents.  Some people just blame it on crazy LA drivers, which after living in the city for two years I must say that they are actually some of the best drivers around.  The problem is that it so rarely rains there that the oil gets built up on the freeway, and any Ford Lincoln Navigator repair manual will suggest that drivers slow their speeds.

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And exhibit opens this coming Thursday at the Museum of the Arizona Historical Society.  This exhibit will illustrate the incredible life and career of an incredible woman, Supreme Court Judge Sandra Day O'Connor.  The museum is located close to Papago Park in Tempe, Arizona and will include photographs, iconic artifacts including her collar and her judicial robe and items from her childhood while she grew up on the Lazy B Ranch as well as other personal items from the family's collection, and will include a video presentation of her … [Read the rest]

With two decades of experience in serving the private and public sector in Oklahoma City, Mary Myrick is making a difference in the community here.  Her work is focused on client-based outcomes, so that each project is an individual work, and her culturally diverse team has enormous professional expertise in many areas.  This means that at Public Strategies Inc. they meet the clients where they are, and their projects range from program management to public relations, and technical assistance to marketing.  This range is only possible through a large vision, … [Read the rest]