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Theatreworks USA makes stories come alive for local children

New York-based Theatreworks USA visited Artesia last week, delighting local children with their production of “The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Other Story Books.” Above from left, Ryan Michael Hartman, Yadin Goldman, Mac Wallach and Samantha Schiffman team up to drive “Dogzilla,” played by Kelsey Stalter, out of town. At left, the cast at last succeeds in coaxing “Grumpy Bird” Wallach out of his doldrums. Other stories brought to life by the troupe included “The Teacher from the Black Lagoon,” “The Grasshopper and the Ant,” “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse,” “I Want My Hat Back” and “Love, Splat.”  Brienne Green - Daily Press

New York-based Theatreworks USA visited Artesia last week, delighting local children with their production of “The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Other Story Books.” Below from left, Ryan Michael Hartman, Yadin Goldman, Mac Wallach and Samantha Schiffman team up to drive “Dogzilla,” played by Kelsey Stalter, out of town. Above, the cast at last succeeds in coaxing “Grumpy Bird” Wallach out of his doldrums. Other stories brought to life by the troupe included “The Teacher from the Black Lagoon,” “The Grasshopper and the Ant,” “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse,” “I Want My Hat Back” and “Love, Splat.” Brienne Green – Daily Press

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Family delights crowd with basketball skills

Champion basketball handler Bruce Crevier spins 12 basketballs simultaneously as his family cheers him on during the Spin-tacular basketball show Monday at the Artesia High School old boys’ gym. Crevier and his family use the show to entertain and share a message of hope. The event was sponsored by Faith Baptist and First Baptist churches. Crevier is a four-time Guinness World Record holder for basketball spinning and has spun as many as 21 basketballs at the same time.  Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Champion basketball handler Bruce Crevier spins 12 basketballs simultaneously as his family cheers him on during the Spin-tacular basketball show Monday at the Artesia High School old boys’ gym. Crevier and his family use the show to entertain and share a message of hope. The event was sponsored by Faith Baptist and First Baptist churches. Crevier is a four-time Guinness World Record holder for basketball spinning and has spun as many as 21 basketballs at the same time. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

House condemned after warrant served

A residence located at 1006 W. Washington Ave. was condemned Monday after a Magistrate Court search warrant was executed. “The case references a stolen purse that was taken from a car at Gregg’s Foods,” said Artesia Police Department Cmdr. Lindell Smith. “No evidence was collected from the house.” Following the search, the house was condemned. The investigation into the stolen purse continues.  Ben Theobald – Daily Press

A residence located at 1006 W. Washington Ave. was condemned Monday after a Magistrate Court search warrant was executed. “The case references a stolen purse that was taken from a car at Gregg’s Foods,” said Artesia Police Department Cmdr. Lindell Smith. “No evidence was collected from the house.” Following the search, the house was condemned. The investigation into the stolen purse continues. Ben Theobald – Daily Press

Banding together for Artesia’s homeless • Local musicians to perform benefit concert for On the Move

ARTESIA — Local musicians the Joel Gothard Band will perform this week to benefit On the Move, a local organization devoted to aiding Artesia’s homeless. Read the rest of this entry »

Heritage Walkway receiving makeover

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Daily Press Editor
Over the past few years, with the growing popularity of the Artesia Arts Council’s summer outdoor movie series and the arrival of Yum Yum Yogurt next door, Heritage Walkway has become a popular place for Artesians to relax and enjoy the atmosphere created by the walkway’s murals and tiled fountains. Read the rest of this entry »