Carson Now.

Carson Now.

Carson Now

Carson Now

Carson Now is a smartphone app that lets you choose not to be on social media. There is no Facebook on this phone, no Instagram, no Twitter. Just peace and tranquility offered on a silver platter. It’s difficult to be at peace when everyone around you is seeking the grandiosity that you're seeking elsewhere. And this has often been the source of their problems.

Christmas Fair at Carson City Senior Center Happening This Wednesday and Thursday

The Hidden Treasures Gift Shop is hosting its annual Christmas Fair this Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 1- 2, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the lobby of the Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive. All items are handmade by seniors with a variety of quilts, placements, canes, jewelry, art, baby gifts and more! Everyone is welcome to shop.

The news confirms Carson's season is over after the running back struggled to recover from neck soreness that first surfaced Week 5. Carroll's comments indicate Carson should complete his recovery from the procedure in time for at least part of the offseason program, but it'll be interesting to see the composition of the Seahawks backfield following free agency and the draft. Carson currently is under contract through 2023, while Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas have deals through 2022 and 2023, respectively. While Carson remains sidelined, Seattle will continue to roll with Alex Collins as its lead ballcarrier. (Source: www.cbssports.com)

Carson City Fifth Graders Set to Sing at Tree Lighting Event Friday at the Capitol

Fifth graders from all six public elementary schools as well as Carson Montessori, Bethlehem Lutheran and Saint Teresa’s will perform as a unified holiday choir for the annual Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights on the Capitol steps in downtown Carson City Friday, Dec. 3, at 5:30 p.m.

Pine Nuts With Mcavoy Layne: Something to Chew on Are Them Buck-Toothed Beavers

Dateline Canada, where today’s most industrious landscape architects are the world’s busiest beavers. Having been an Oregon Duck fan all my life, I really don’t buy much stock in them buck-toothed beavers, though I do have a soft spot in my heart for the beavers of Canada.

The result is a Web archive where users can call up countless moments of television history with just a couple of keystrokes. Almost instantly you can find the “Tonight Show” broadcast from May 6, 1981, on which Carson first welcomed a comedian who had “worked a lot of small clubs both in New York and Los Angeles” named Jerry Seinfeld; the April 18, 1986, program on which Carson surprised David Letterman by having Mr. Letterman’s beat-up Chevrolet pickup truck taken from his Malibu home to the “Tonight Show” stage; and the May 21, 1992, show on which Bette Midler identified herself as “the last fool Mr. Carson will have to suffer gladly.” (Source: www.nytimes.com)



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