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There’s been some keen back and forth in our newspaper over the past few weeks about the prospect of opening up our North Shore beaches to pooches, particularly in West Vancouver where all the richest dogs and sandiest beaches reside.

The barking first started with a letter to West Vancouver council from a witty unnamed citizen questioning why dogs were banned from beaches, particularly in the rainy winter season when all the West Vancouver humans were sheltered away indoors counting their swimming pools and keeping an eye out for riff raff. The zinger gets even better once you explain to anyone under the age of 30 what “speed dial” is. This request for more canine beach time led to a discussion in a council meeting that included the suggestion from one council member that the district investigate the possibility of using DNA analysis to catch dog owners who don’t bag the brown.

Reporter Brent Richter sniffed out a great little story, noting that dog DNA detectives are not a made up thing, with firms marketing themselves to condo and townhouse complexes who want to track down dirty deeds with hard evidence rather than engaging in any unfounded smear campaigns.

CBS is even working on a new hit show, CSI Dog Park:

Hotshot detective: The DNA came back from the lab, Rex. It puts you at the scene of the crime.

Dog: I wasn’t anywhere near that beach. I was sleeping.

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(Rock music wails: “Who are you? Poo poo, poo poo. Who are you? Poo poo, poo poo.)

Somehow the DNA detective idea didn’t gain much traction in West Vancouver council, but the dog doo drama continued when we received a letter in support of the unnamed citizen, arguing that dogs should be allowed on our beaches not just in winter, but perhaps all the time.

“Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with glorious sand stretching for miles thrive with the coexistence of people and their dogs; off leash even!”

I posted this to our newspaper’s Facebook page and was surprised to see most of the commenters come out in support of the give the dogs their day position. I was looking for someone, anyone, to add two little words to the discussion, but no one did.

I’m no Judge Judy, but she seems to be a respected figure in this matter so I’ll channel her in handing down that two word verdict: Hell no.

If my family is on a sunny West Vancouver beach, the second last thing I want to see is a dog squatting over our bamboo mat. (The last thing I want to see is a bottle of Bud Light Lime. That’s just gross.)

Now please, don’t get me wrong. I’m not pointing fingers at any of you brilliant North Shore News readers who are responsible dog owners. Your dogs are stupendous. Your dogs pee rainbows and bark Mozart. They can smell my crotch whenever they like.

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CHIMAY Even before the dusty glow of morning sun lit up the nearby hills on Good Friday, people were already filing into El Santuario de Chimay.

The distinctly New Mexican building, with two simple cross topped towers and an old wooden attic, beckons like an adobe grail just off County Road 98. Every year, as many as 30,000 journey to the Roman Catholic shrine on traditional Holy Week pilgrimages.

Some come in from the parking lot wearing Ugg boots or sandals. Others walk up in the dust stained tennis shoes and hiking boots they wore to trek a few miles to this northern Santa Fe County village, or perhaps from as far away as Albuquerque.

“This is a diversity here that I don’t know you can get anywhere else,” said Jim Lumpee, who was sitting beside a walking path near the santuario. He and his wife have been coming here on Good Friday since 1983.

Around him walk teenagers in rock band T shirts, monks fully robed, people with rosaries around their necks, families in athletic gear.

Lumpee remembers a time when you didn’t have to wait in lines for hours or come a day early just to say a prayer or collect holy dirt from inside the shrine. When the pair first started visiting, he recalls, a single tourist shop sold nothing that cost more than $5, and the public restroom building didn’t exist. Today, there are gift shops and tourist stands up and down the road, and the line for the bathroom is almost as long as the line for the santuario itself.

Despite the crowds, Lumpee is happy to share.

“This is one of the things that makes New Mexico what it is,” Lumpee said. “I think this is great because we are sharing that culture.”

Marcus Withrow hiked from Pojoaque Pueblo’s Buffalo Thunder Resort Casino with his mother and younger sisters early Friday morning. The teen wasn’t quite sure how to describe the reason they have made the walk for the last five years. The pilgrimage, he said, is just a “calling.”

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Sandra Skipworth, a Texan, sat by herself in front of a statue of the Virgin Mary, tucked in a peaceful corner away from the crowds. She wiped away tears from under the brim of a hat. It belonged to her late husband.

Skipworth came here for the first time in late January, on the third anniversary of his death. A traveling nurse, Skipworth wanted to come back for Good Friday while still working in New Mexico.

Just last week, Skipworth wasn’t sure she was going to make it. Bone spurs made it hard to walk, and she had left her walking aid her husband’s cane at a hotel in Utah. But the spurs cleared, the cane came in the mail, and Skipworth walked five miles to the santuario. “A miracle,” she said.

“I believe there is healing here,” she said. “This is a special and meaningful place.”

Around every corner is a reminder of how significant this humble 19th century structure has become in the lives and lore of believers.

Alcoves with statues of saints are wallpapered with hundreds of photos of loved ones. A sign petitions visitors to “please pray for those whose pictures you see here.” Thousands of crosses are woven into a fence, or stuck in the crevices of stone sculptures.

Five of those crosses were placed by the family of Melissa Jacobsen, one for each family member who has died in the 41 years her family has been making the pilgrimage.

They started when Jacobsen was an infant. Her brother had terminal cancer, and Jacobsen’s parents made the walk to pray for his health. He is still alive, and the family is still walking.

On Friday, she came with 30 relatives, including her 2 year old granddaughter, the fifth generation to make the Good Friday trip.

“We look forward to this all year,” Jacobsen said. “It symbolizes hope and the future. Where we’ve been, and where we’re going.”

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A Bend man was killed Wednesday morning when he tried to turn left at an intersection on Highway 20 east of Bend and was struck by an oncoming pickup truck, Oregon State Police said. to the crash at Highway 20 and Ward/Hamby roads that blocked traffic for a time and restricted it to one lane for several hours.

A preliminary investigation found that a 2006 GMC Sierra pickup driven by Michael Deleone, 59, of Redmond was heading west on Highway 20 when an oncoming 2017 Ford Transit van driven by Mark Douglas Price, 48, of Bend turned into its path as it tried to turn left (north) onto Hamby Road, OSP Sgt. Kaipo Raiser said.

Price died at the crash scene, while Deleone was uninjured, Raiser said.

Price van “failed to yield to oncoming traffic and is the contributing factor in this crash,” the sergeant said in a news release.

The Highway 20 intersection divides Hamby Road to the north and Ward Road to the south.

Deleone is cooperating with investigators is not suspected in any wrongdoing, Raiser said.

Both drivers were wearing their seat belts and the airbags deployed in the pickup, the sergeant added.

Redmond based Advantage Dental said in a brief statement Thursday that Price had worked for the company “for close to a year now.”

“We are deeply saddened by the news of his passing,” the company said. “Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.”

Highway 20 was shut down or limited to one lane of travel for nearly four hours for the crash investigation.

OSP was assisted at the scene by ODOT, Bend Fire and Rescue and the Deschutes County sheriff district attorney and medical examiner offices.

No one else was in either vehicle. OSP Captain Bill Fugate said the pickup driver cooperated with investigators and was taken to St. Charles Bend for a voluntary blood draw.

Fugate also said OSP was investigating distracted driving as a factor in the crash.

ODOT spokesman Peter Murphy said it was the first fatal crash in the area in about five years. He also said new signs will be going up soon to reduce the speed limit in that area from 55 mph to 45 mph.
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Stunning display of 4,000 knitted poppies is draped from an Army garrison church in a moving tribute to mark Remembrance Day

Volunteers spent months hand stitching the poppies for St Lawrence Chapel in Warminster, WiltshireDisplay was designed by the Royal British Legion’s poppy appeal organiser for the town, Lesley FudgeShe said: ‘The poppies are all knitted or crocheted, most of the display is synthetic wool’The cascade will remain intact after Remembrance Day on November 13 up until ChristmasBy

‘Every time I go past there are crowds of people taking photographs and posing in front of it and the comments we’ve had are astonishing, everybody loves it.

‘It’s the third year of the centenary of World War One and it’s the centenary of the Battle of the Somme so it seemed an appropriate year to put it up.

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‘We will put it up again for the rest of the centenary of World War One, so up to 2018.’

The names of all the soldiers who lost their lives in Afghanistan have also been sewn into poppies which have been cascaded over the town’s memorial bench.

Warminster Town Council clerk Heather Abernethie said: ‘The town council is delighted to see the wonderful displays prepared by volunteers to commemorate those who made the ultimate sacrifice.’

The cascade will remain intact after Remembrance Day on November 13 up until the Christmas period.

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Sara Shvartzman considers herself lucky.

As the new arts and culture coordinator for the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore, she is able to blend three of her passions in one: the arts, working with older adults and working in the Jewish community. The 26 year old Shvartzman, who was raised in Black Forest, Colo., but now calls Otterbein home, has a background in marketing, senior living care and social work.

Now, her job allows her to oversee the art gallery, adult arts classes at the JCC’s Park Heights location, as well as two of the organization’s signature events: the Jewish Film Festival, which opens April 4, and Cinefest.

“I grew up with a lot of ignorance and anti Semitism in Colorado Springs,” said Shvartzman. “I always wanted to be the one who helped to make a positive impact on the Jewish community as a whole. With this position, I now have that opportunity, and then some. And it feels great.”

Shvartzman, who is also a trained opera singer, talked to us about searching for great films, her “foreign meats bucket list” and more.

Worst pet peeve? Hearing the sound of popping balloons, or squeaky Styrofoam. I have sensitive ears!

What song are you loving/hating right now? I’m loving the song “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered,” especially Ella Fitzgerald’s rendition. Least favorite would be “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” by Taylor Swift. How is that country music?

Your worst habit? Leaving food too long in the refrigerator.

Trend that has exceeded its natural lifespan? Those strange neon colored hair pieces. I thought they were for teenagers.

Favorite part of your job? Calling foreign countries to track down unknown films. It’s like I’m playing a reality TV show some days where in the world is this film title and which distributor speaks English?

Food you hate? I pretty much eat anything. In fact, I have a foreign meats bucket list. I’ve had anything from rattlesnake to venison to pheasant to kangaroo kabobs.

Have you witnessed more involvement from younger people in religious organizations? I think there is somewhat of a re insurgence of younger people getting involved but there are also more ways to get involved. At the JCC, we have a downtown Rabbi, her name is Jessy Gross. Her job is to meet younger people where they want (bars, her home, etc) and give them a small dose of Judaism if they want it. Human beings need face to face community, and religious based organizations have the capacity to make it happen.

Favorite place in Baltimore to get a drink? I love to go out in Mount Vernon. My two favorites are The Brewer’s Art and Dionysus, an underground gem of a dive bar.

Last great meal you had? Steak Salad at Ropewalk Tavern in Federal Hill.

Favorite and most loathed fashion statements? My favorite fashion statement would be blunt bangs a la Zooey Deschanel. That and flowy grandma style blouses. Most loathed? Uggs. They’re over, but the folks in Federal Hill might disagree with me.

Film you’d love to show at the Jewish Film Festival and Cinefest? I’d love to convince our film committee to show something from the 60s in 3 D and make it a “hon” theme night where all attendees are encouraged to wear the big hair and glasses.

Best advice you ever got? “Never forget that today is the first day of the rest of your life.” I have an excellent dad.

Favorite thing about Baltimore? The tight knit friendly community and rowhomes with stoops. I’m writing this as I sit on my own little stoop and I’m very thankful to be here.
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So you can head there to check out Oduok’s spreads, but first read on to learn more about how she feels about Ugg boots and Bradley Cooper movies.

Worst pet peeve? Clutter.

What song are you hating/loving right now? I’m Loving “Sail” by Awolnation.

Last concert/gig you went to? Never been to one, but am looking forward to attending musicals at the Hippodrome this summer.

Your worst habit? Procrastination.

Trend that has exceeded its natural lifespan? Ugg boots.

Strangest/best food you’ve put your spreads on? The best thing I have ever put our spreads on is egg rolls.

Last movie you liked/disliked? I loved the movie “The Words” with Bradley Cooper.

TV shows you can’t get enough of? “2 Broke Girls.”

Last great meal you had? Cream of Wheat with bacon.

Favorite spread/vinegar you sell? Strawberry lavender jam.

Favorite and most loathed fashion statements? Simple is beautiful.

Best thing about participating in farmerS’ markets? The best thing is meeting people that love our products and also having the opportunity to learn the likes and dislikes of our customers.
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