CALDECOTT OPENS, Food, Gifts, Loans, Health, Pets

 ‘NEW CALDECOTT ‘  OPENS–  100 Year Timeline   Pictured is NOT the  Caldecott Tunnel but an early  , single bore ‘Broadway Tunnel ‘ following a ‘cave-in’ in 1934. You may have never known it existed. It gave way in 1937 to the   ‘new’ Caldecott.  Advance 75 years   and The Caldecott still stands and expands with a new fourth bore, scheduled to open this month to ease one of the nation’s heaviest traffic patterns. SEE MORE TIMELINE   Pictured below – Final line striping on new Caldecott bore   See full  TIMELINE from   Before to the Fourth Bore –   in pictures   Thanksgiving Dinner Plates, Set of 12 – ONEIDA Thanksgiving Dinner Plates, Set of 12 – ONEIDA CHILI’S FREE Kid’s Meal and FREE Dessert GIFT IDEAS Shop for delicious Kosher fresh baked Hanukkah gifts at David’s Cookies Shop online at David’s Cookies for delicious Thanksgiving desserts Custom Photo Jewelry Gifts ZOOBOOKS = #1 Kids Animal Magazine Now 50% Off Loans from $100 to #1,000 – All Credit Types welcome – Apply online  Sheet Music – 20% off Classical and Holiday favorites Be Smart this year – Give a Big Screen TV 6 PM – Shoes Clothing, Handbags, Accessories and more 20% Off Garage Cabinets, Closet Organizers Bay Area – Top quality, low overhead pricing @ http://CabinetCountry.com/ TRAVEL BARGAINSASAP – A Sudden Amazing Price: Up to 50% off hotel deals at Expedia! – Expires 11/30/13    Discover hottest deals within 100 miles of your locations!   Book Early and Save up to $500 on Vacation Packages with Expedia!  Find Great Deals in Hot Destinations only at Expedia.com!     SALE  at COSTPLUS            Cost Plus World...

OAKLAND A’S PLAYOFF DRIVE – Wear It On Your Sleeve

  Despite 1st Loss, A’s Remain Optimistic Especially with Home Crowd – Get A’s Tshirts,Caps,etc Posted on October 5, 2013 by admin| Comments Off Video of As 1st playoff vs Detroit shows strong fan contribution  A’s Fall Short in First Playoff Game vs. Detroit Despite Fans’ ’10th Man Effort The Scrappy Oakland A’s were the underdogs in the first American League playoff Game against Detroit  and   Cy Young  Pitcher Max Sherzer.  Their own ace, 40 year old wonder Bartolo Colon was, perhaps affected more by the five day  layoff  after the end of the season and gave up three runs in the first inning. But, after that, the A’s were the winners, scoring the only other runs of the game in the sixth inning  on Yeonis Cespedes’ two run homerun that  put them only one run down. With 48,000 screaming fan exhorting the A’s on almost every pitch one almost expected A’s Magic to happen again as it has so many times during the season. But the top pitcher in the American League and Detroit’s bullpen was just a little more than the A’s could handle; perhaps the layoff and first game jitters could account for part of their weak hitting performance ( only 3 hits on the night for a team with a .295 average against Sherzer; of course, the other side had to contend with the same layoff and jitters though it might have been harder for a 40 year old pitcher and an A’s team of younger players.  The second game on Saturday will truly show what the A’s have in them, if they can...