Archive - Feb 2013 - Entertainment News Article
“I said at the beginning of the week that we’re in for a long one.”
“You did,” I said, “and if you really wanted to help, you might want to knock some of that snow off the headlights.”
“It’s going to be a long winter,” Fido said. “Humans forget. They get a dry spell and they think it’s never going to snow, ever again. But dogs like me know.”
“Just out of curiosity, Fido, what clued you in?”
Longtime locals, Mono Lake rangers David and Janet Carle release a book about traveling around the world following the latitude of the Eastern Sierra
Who would have thought something as seemingly mundane as a number could underlie much of the world’s most productive cultures?
The Eastside’s most ephemeral sport in full swing
On an unusually warm midwinter day, Juan Lopez swung into the ice with the hard-earned familiarity of years of working construction.
A veteran of a battle against diabetes and holding a laundry list of prescription medications, Lopez, 43, of Woodlake, said he was looking for moderation. He found it by climbing ice.
Searles: Actual numbers remain steady
Coyote sightings have been on the rise in Mammoth, but local Wildlife Specialist Steve Searles said the population is healthy, and their presence is of no threat whatsoever.
“Wotta week!” Fido said.
“Yes, it sure was. You must be exhausted, Old Sport.”
“That’s OK, because I’m a dog, and even when we’re exhausted, if there is still a little bit of fuel in the tank, we can keep on going.”
“Well put. Humans aren’t quite like that, and the older they get, well, you know. Did you have a favorite part?”
Fido showed no hesitation. He wagged his stump.
“Foolsday was my favorite part!”
“That’s quite a get-up,” I said to Fido. “What’s up with the beads?”
Fido got up on his hind legs and did a little jig.
“Is that really a jig?”
“Heck no! It’s a Fido-doh. A dance just for me-me-me.”
“Something tells me a cup of coffee would be a good thing right about now.”
Review: ‘The Miracle Worker’
Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre’s production of William Gibson’s contemporary classic, “The Miracle Worker” opened this weekend at The Edison Theater.
Directed by Juliana Olinka, the post-Civil War drama portrays the story of Annie Sullivan’s (Madeline Roy) first month as a teacher and governess to blind and deaf Helen Keller (played by seventh-grader Melanie Moyer).
Mammoth residents can look forward to an exciting February at the Edison Theatre when the Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre opens “The Miracle Worker.”
“Six more weeks!” Fido said.