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Second in a series of profiles about those in the trenches of Costa Mesa's political battles. * Over a breakfast plate at IHOP, Sandy Genis laughs easily, and is animated and talkative. She uses her hands to make a point, stress an idea, express...
Former Mayor Sandy Genis was greeted like an old friend Wednesday afternoon as she toured Costa Mesa City Hall. Genis, who served from 1988 to 1996 and won election again Tuesday, hugged city staffers and ducked into offices. Though provisional ballots...
Tags: Local Government, K-Cups, Elections, Politics
At the fifth annual Palm Beach County Green Schools of Excellence award luncheon on May 1, St. Joseph's Episcopal School of Boynton Beach took home the Green School of Excellence award for the second year and a $500 judges' cash award in the category of...
Today's question: Talk about a new Aberdeen public library continues. What features would you like to see in the library? What would draw you to use the library? I'd like a comfortable spot to buy Keurig Coffee and purchase a non-grocery store baked...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Networking, Libraries, Google Inc.
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsNewlyweds Jason and Sarah Green share a love for coffee. But using a single cup brewing system and disposable k-cups can really test their commitment to their Keurig. "Definitely a little more expensive," Jason said. The "Cafe Cup" claims it can help...
Two years ago Avantor Performance Materials was headquartered in the aging New Jersey building it had occupied for half a century, with some of its people working in office trailers and others at a remote site miles away. Today, relocated to Upper...
It’s no surprise that single-serve coffeemakers are still growing in popularity—their convenience is tough to beat. But the cost of those disposable pods can add up. The average owner uses more than 1,000 K-Cups per year. Consumer Reports just...
We sure spent a lot of time last year discussing ways to save on coffee. Cheapsters showed us low-cost alternatives to Keurig K-cups and even taught us how to make coffee on a wood stove during power outages. So it seems fitting that the 2012 Queen of...
Tags: K-Cups, Salt, Elections, Elizabeth II, Politics
The call comes from an unknown number. I pick up and hear an unfamiliar voice. "This is Brandon Marshall. ... I understand you're trying to find out some information about me." Marshall — the biggest, and riskiest, addition to the Bears this...
Sometimes money seems so impersonal, but you still want to give. It was with that simple idea that the Nonprofit Holiday Wish List was started. For weeks, we have been asking area nonprofit organizations to send us their listings, naming tangible items...
When word spread last week that we had a method for people to make great-tasting, hot coffee when the power goes out, Cheapsters went pretty nuts. On The Cheap Facebook fan Amy Heydt-Pudliner in Hellertown got so worked up, she called us "hunny" and...
Tags: K-Cups, Hellertown, Coffee, Allentown, Hurricane Sandy (2012)
Starbucks this week launched its new Verismo single-cup machine for the coffee-buzzed public as a chain known for its cafes continues to expand into new business venues. Now selling exclusively on Verismo.com, the high-pressure technology uses pods of...
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