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Sep 19, 2019

A Rose Float tale that went swimmingly - Mustang News

Cal Poly is typically known for, which is fun and different,” Strong wrote in an email to Mustang News. This year will mark Strong’s fourth year as a part of the Rose Float Program and her first year as its president after acting as decorations chairman last year. “I am really hoping to facilitate a smooth year with a lot of fun for our team in addition to having a wonderful float,” Strong wrote. From designing the structure to putting the final touches on the flowers, the entire process takes about 15 months, according to Strong. “With our underwater scene this year, it’s going to be challenging to get the floating effect of undersea life,” Strong wrote. Working with Cal Poly Pomona has proved to be a great experience, according to Strong. “This is a really positive experience in getting different perspectives and learning how to communicate remotely,” Strong wrote. “It is so much fun having a network of friends at another university, and I think it’s part of what makes our program so unique.” In the case of the now married couple Debbie and Vince Maichrowicz, the experience would prove to be life-changing. Debbie Maichrowicz, formally Debbie Mansur, attended Cal Poly Pomona from 1974 to 1978, joining the Rose Float program her sophomore year in 1975. Maichrowicz got involved in Rose Float when the program was mostly made up of men. “We [women] welded, we drilled, we carried the I-beam,” Maichrowicz said. “We did all the things that the men could do.” Vince Maichrowicz transferred to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1975 to finish his last two years and joined the Rose Float program his junior year. The first time t...

Jan 25, 2019

Rose Parade will have Inland flavor, with entries from Big Bear, Pomona and Norco - Press-Enterprise

Fontana, which is listed among pre-parade units. U.S. Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard, Barstow, which will feature six Marines riding palomino mustangs from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s wild horse adoption program. The color guard is listed as the third official entry. Cal Poly Universities’ “Far Out Frequencies” float is set to appear ninth in line. Many flowers on the entry were grown on the Pomona and San Luis Obispo campuses. Fontana-based United Sikh Mission’...

Sep 10, 2018

Conservation Corner: Life and death among the flowers

Beetles and flies shared the airspace too, and the occasional hummingbird, sounding like a P51 Mustang strafing a battlefield, zipped by every few minutes adding a flash of color. While most took no notice of my intrusion, my attempts to closely inspect and capture decent pictures of some of the more interesting wasps were foiled by their wary behavior which kept them just out of camera range. I took lots of pictures, and it was only when I started focusing deeper into the individual blooms did the mortal battle between two different, but similarly armed invertebrate orders emerge. Lurking like well camouflaged hunters, matching the colors and patterns of their preferred hiding places nearly perfectly, were several varieties of spiders and assassin bugs hoping to score a feast from one of the winged pollinators as they scoured the blossoms for food of their own. These ambush predators lied in wait for the perfect opportunity to lash out with their lethal mouthparts. A truer test of skill might not exist when your prey also packs a deadly, venom-filled punch on their hind quarters, and a failed strike might lead to your own demise. I bore witness to only one encounter between the two parties, when a bulbous and brilliant yellow female white-banded crab spider successfully took down a honeybee that unfortunately visited the wrong wingstem flower. Experiences like this can serve as a sobering reminder that survival in nature is rife with challenges and a constant battle between predator and prey that we often forget about when enjoying an iced tea while sitting in the comfort of an easy chair. So, the next time you see a squirrel or bird outside after returning from a hard day's work and think to yourself, "Man, they sure have the easy life." Just remember that something, somewhere, is trying to kill them for dinner. Suddenly that comfortable recliner doesn't sound so bad.

Jun 14, 2018

Life is a satisfying arrangement

Carr laughed. "Went out to eat, bought clothes and a car. My first car was a Volkswagen, which I loved. Then I bought a Mustang." Carr recalled fondly his first "real concert" was as part an evening of music presented by the Performing Arts Society of Greater Miami Beach. The recital was at the then-Playboy Plaza Hotel in Miami. "I got to be the showcased pianist," he said. "There were 2,100 people in the audience. I played Chopin's ‘Polonaise.'" He also started taking on students, and continues to this day. "I had maybe 12 or 15 students before I went away to school. I really enjoyed it," he said. "I thought, 'How am I going to explain to somebody?' because I had no formal training. But I loved it so much, I would only end up with students who really wanted to do it. What I was actually doing was tailor-making the lesson to each student." Carr's later students weren't all kids and teens. "I taught a lot of professional people over the years," he said. "I've found that people just want to play the piano. I love it so much that I know what you really want. You want to learn how to do something, but you need to practice." In addition to teaching, Carr is an in-demand performer, but often plays where his fancy strikes. A stroll to a nearby senior center led Carr to offer to play some afternoons. If there is a piano, chances are he might sit down and play a few tunes. While in college, Carr found that he also had a skill for...

Jan 12, 2018

Homestead band blossoms through Rose Parade

Special to the Town Crier Homestead High’s marching band performs at the Rose Parade Jan. 1.The 216 members of the Homestead High School Mighty Mustang Marching Band had a 3:30 a.m. wake-up call for the Jan. 1 Rose Parade, but they were up even earlier. They had to evacuate their Pasadena hotel three times for false fire alarms the night before. The sleep-deprived band members were too excited to feel tired as they departed at 6:15 a.m. for the staging areas of the parade, according to Connor Chow, a freshman who is part of the drum line. The Los Altos resident called the Rose Parade a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” Patrick Anderson, a junior who plays the bass drum, described how he gained more self-confidence through marching in the Rose Parade. “When we went to the start of the parade, I was very nervous because I knew that so many people were watching me and counting on me,” he said. “Despite this, it also inspired me to keep pushing through because I knew that I would be making so many fans proud. In the end, the 5.5 miles was easier than I thought and was a great learning experience that I will never forget.” For Will Belford, a ...

Aug 25, 2017

Flowers blossoms for McCracken, 'Stangs top Lakers | Local Sports ...

Thursday night at the Jim Nix Soccer Complex.Enter senior striker Carlos Flowers, who blossomed with all four goals in the Mustangs' 4-1 romp over Calloway County.Mired in a possession battle for the first 25 minutes, the matchup at first looked like a stalemate – two strong clubs with hopes of a First Region title in 2017.But the defending champs finally broke through in the 15' when Flowers finished a deflection off of Calloway goalie Aaron Dawson to begin his big night.“I was feeling good today,” Flowers said. “I feel like our team was going to perform well against Calloway. We have been training very hard to play good. The defense, the forwards and the balls I received from them...Jaxson Allard, David Perriello...they were beautiful, and I finished those.“But I like the way that we passed the ball around.”Up 1-0, the Mustangs continued to press a fairly physical Calloway team into a bit of discomfort. Finally in the 27', Perriello came away with a strong corner from right to left. Dawson went high for the save, but as it bounced off the crossbar, Flowers was there to finish it for the 2-0 lead.By halftime, the Mustangs were outshooting the Lakers 17-6 with a 12-5 shot... (Paducah Sun)