Scenes from Williams Bay pancake breakfast. 

Scenes from Fontana’s Pancake Breakfast. 

Here are scenes from the Mulligan’s fire that occurred in March 2010. The restaurant suffered another fire in July 2013. 

Aftermath of fire at Mulligan’s Sports Pub & Grill, in Delavan. The fire occurred in the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 3, 2013. 

life:

In the 1940s, an impresario named Stanley Beebe routinely walked his star, Rosie the 250-lb. bear, through the streets of New York City.
See more photos here.
Pictured: Rosie the bear rehearses with comedian Lew Lehr — famous at the time for his catchphrase, “Monkeys is the cwaziest people” — in New York, 1946.
(Tony Linck—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

life:

In the 1940s, an impresario named Stanley Beebe routinely walked his star, Rosie the 250-lb. bear, through the streets of New York City.

See more photos here.

Pictured: Rosie the bear rehearses with comedian Lew Lehr — famous at the time for his catchphrase, “Monkeys is the cwaziest people” — in New York, 1946.

(Tony Linck—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Photos that appeared on the community scrapbook page. 

In 10 years time we have provided assistance to over 5,000 of our fellow Americans in desperate need. When you realize this is all due to one man’s dream 25 years ago to found a charity that did not spend its donations on overhead and salaries, it is an amazing journey.

Sal Dimiceli Founder of the Time is Now

http://www.lakegenevanews.net/Articles-Community-Living-i-2013-06-13-250113.114135-10-years-of-sharing-25-years-of-helping.html

life:

Nearly 50 years ago, A LIFE cover story warned that the government is snooping on Americans far too much. Some of that story could have been written this week, amid revelations that the Obama administration is collecting Americans’ phone records.
Here, we look back at the details of that very cover story.

life:

Nearly 50 years ago, A LIFE cover story warned that the government is snooping on Americans far too much. Some of that story could have been written this week, amid revelations that the Obama administration is collecting Americans’ phone records.

Here, we look back at the details of that very cover story.

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