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Pulled up by the bootstraps he made himself A story of perseverance and adventure

BETTYANN DOLATA

Gino is a wonderful friend who is passionate about travel, dancing, his family, and friends.

Gioachinno Gugliotta was born on Jan. 4, 1943 in Sicily. His hometown is Ficarazzi, Palermo. As a young boy, Gino would walk to his first job as a waiter in a prestigious restaurant on the beach. Continue reading Pulled up by the bootstraps he made himself A story of perseverance and adventure

Council discusses the Coliseum site’s fate Options are limited when re-developing the site

CADENCE BERGMAN

The debate over the Coliseum site’s future is ongoing, but the city’s executive committee supported Mayor Don Iveson’s motion to confirm the closure of the Coliseum. City council will vote on the motion on Feb. 27.

On Feb. 22, city administration presented a report about re-developing the site. Estimates for demolition costs are $15-20 million, and the yearly cost of maintaining the empty building is $1.5 million. Having the site sit empty is not ideal, but there are problems with immediately taking it to the market. Continue reading Council discusses the Coliseum site’s fate Options are limited when re-developing the site

Decorating affordably for the holidays Great tips to make your home look fantastic

KEVIN WONG & STEVEN TOWNSEND

For many people, the holiday season can put a strain on the old budget. So, if like us, you want to keep costs down and still have your home looking fabulous for when guests arrive, here are a few tips. Continue reading Decorating affordably for the holidays Great tips to make your home look fantastic