Congratulations to SBRA Secretary on her role in the live-action Clifford The Big Red Dog, staring John Cleese.
Watch the trailer.
Read more about Bear’s SBRA role
Read more about Bear’s career.
Nancy Freedman, 40 year resident of Brentwood, and former chair of the BCC shares the history of the coral trees on San Vicente.
You can help by donating to the Brentwood Community Council’s Coral Tree Endowment Fund. Thank you.
IN THIS ISSUE: Mike makes a series of efforts to protect the environment, a community rallies to save a beloved newsstand, safe street projects continue, fun neighborhood gatherings happen throughout the district, the city completes street resurfacing, and a whole lot more
Congratulations to Jack Godwin.
Westside News reported
Jackie Raymond is SBRA President Emeritus ABOUT SBRA Board Members
Read Mike Bonin’s Newsletter Mike Bonin’s Neighborhoods First July Newsletter
ATTN: sat down with will.i.am to discuss how he hopes the song will spark conversation about what’s happening in society today — especially when it comes to education.
will.i.am was bused to Brentwood Science Magnet Elementary:
Thank God there was a magnet program when I was growing up. But guess what? The neighborhood that I came from? Those schools are still messed up. And guess what? Where I was able to go to school in Brentwood? That neighborhood is still awesome.
First Dog of 1600 Pooch’lvania Avenue
My First Year in Arf! Arf! Office!
…is now on Internet bookshelves everywhere.
Critics herald new book as “Best in Show” among First Dog books!
First Dog of 1600 Pooch’lvania Avenue: My First Year in Arf Arf Office! a book about the First Family’s dog, Bo, is now on Internet bookshelves everywhere. Written by the team of Ron Grant and Ron Ovadia with illustrations by Dave Garbot, First Dog contains hilarious and heartwarming illustrations and text that will have readers, young (6 to 10) and old, howling with joy. It shows that education and imagination go hand in paw.
The book follows the adventures of Bo from the kennel to the White House, where he discovers a magical relationship with the First Family’s two daughters, complete with super-slurpy doggy kisses he gives them and the love they give him in return. The story reveals that Bo, beyond sniffing his way around the White House, also has a nose for politics. He uses his (nonpartisan) political insights to rekindle animal rights and rescue, create doggy health and job programs, and thwart puppy mills across the nation. Bo holds a press conference, recites his own doggy version of the Gettysburg Address, and even pens his own Animal Bill of Rights. The story of a less fortunate kennel pup that becomes First Dog symbolizes the spirit of hope that can encourage young readers to follow their own dreams.
10% of the book’s net profits will be donated to animal rights and rescue organizations.
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