24 results for "Ginger Rutland"
My daughter is getting married in July so I was out shopping for a mother-of-the-bride dress last weekend.
In recent years, Vallejo has been known mostly and sadly for the fact that it went bankrupt in 2008. Today, the beleaguered city on San Pablo Bay is making news for something innovative and exciting.
Thirty-two-year-old Paul Coen is married, the father of three young daughters and a former member of the Oak Park Bloods one of just a handful of whites to ever join that notorious street gang. Coen is also an ex-con.
We suck all the marrow out of our politicians and then wonder why they come off so universally wooden and timid and scripted.
A lot of well-meaning politicians come through the Legislature, saying all the right things but rarely getting much done of any real substance. Nicholas Petris, a Democrat who represented the East Bay in the Assembly and Senate for 37 years and ...
Her hair is snowy white. She leans heavily on a cane and calls herself "just an unemployed cowgirl." But this self-deprecating ex-cowgirl is retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the na...
Picture the north side of R Street, that hip stretch between 14th and 15th streets just south of downtown Sacramento. Several restaurants occupy the space Cafe Bernardo, Burgers & Brew, Magpie Cafe, Shady Lady Saloon. So, the area get...
Ginger Rutland: Michelle Rhee wasn't perfect, but had the right focus on students as D.C. chancellorThursday, January 10, 2013 at 12:00 AM
PBS' "Frontline" documentary about Michelle Rhee's rocky tenure as school chancellor in Washington D.C., took me back to my college days in the late 1960s and early '70s. Even then, D.C. public schools had a bad reputation.
"Aaah," my sister-in-law whined plaintively, just the other morning. "That used to be my job."
I am lucky I had my mother, Eva, for more than 60 years. When she died in March at age 95, it was time. In truth, it was well past time.