Bob Dunning: Violence puts Picnic Day’s destiny in jeopardy

April 29, 2017 / 0 comments

As someone who has attended substantially each Picnic Day given we was 5 years old, it’s like a blade by a heart to hear a many voices job for this 103-year-old tradition to be scrubbed from a calendar forevermore. And yet, when military officers are beaten by a squad of thugs, a automobile of a…

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Picnic tips: Mix takeout with made-at-home

April 29, 2017 / 0 comments

Marianne Stanton IM Editor and Publisher @MStantonIM (April 27, 2017) Saturday afternoon of Daffodil Weekend, it is tradition to container a cruise and conduct to Sconset, following a march of beautifully-decorated antique cars once they leave downtown. The stage in Sconset is utterly festive, with many of a unchanging participants in this tailgate event hosting…

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Bear speckled sitting during Western NC family’s cruise table

April 28, 2017 / 0 comments

LAKE LURE, NC (WSPA) – A Western North Carolina family speckled a black bear in their backyard that done itself utterly comfortable. The McCormack family saw a black bear around 7 p.m. Monday evening. “It freaked me out,” pronounced Christina McCormack. “It was wild. I’ve never seen anything like it.” It was her dog, Wilbur,…

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Latest Picnic Day mayhem leaves 3 Davis military brutally beaten

April 27, 2017 / 0 comments

Three organisation were arrested following an conflict on Davis military officers who encountered a organisation of people restraint trade on a bustling alley during Saturday’s Picnic Day during UC Davis. The annual campus open residence has turn famous in new years for attack and inebriated mayhem, especially on a streets of a routinely still college…

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Davis military officers harmed in ‘hostile’ Picnic Day attack

April 26, 2017 / 0 comments

This still picture from a nine-second video shot Saturday night on M Street shows a immature male with contemplative stripes on his sleeves stomping on a hood of a woman’s car. Courtesy photo Early ethanol consumption, countless residence parties and throngs of out-of-town visitors done Picnic Day no cruise for Davis military officers, including dual…

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Davis military officers harmed in ‘hostile’ Picnic Day attack; other assault reported

April 25, 2017 / 0 comments

Alexander Craver. Courtesy photo Early ethanol consumption, countless residence parties and throngs of out-of-town visitors done Picnic Day no cruise for Davis military officers, including dual who landed in a sanatorium after being pounded by what was described as a antagonistic Russell Boulevard crowd. Also on Saturday, military arrested a male who allegedly brandished a…

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Davis military officers pounded on Picnic Day

April 25, 2017 / 0 comments

Three organisation were arrested following an conflict on Davis military officers who encountered a organisation of people restraint trade on a bustling alley during Saturday’s Picnic Day during UC Davis. The annual campus open residence has turn famous in new years for attack and inebriated mayhem, especially on a streets of a routinely still college…

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UC Davis celebrates the 103rd Picnic Day

April 23, 2017 / 0 comments

JAY GELVEZON / AGGIE FILE An Aggie Tradition for everyone One of a many iconic and renouned Aggie traditions is finally here: Picnic Day. This year, Apr 22 is a celebratory day that honors not customarily this UC Davis classic, though also a City of Davis’ Centennial as good as Earth Day. To ring a…

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UC Davis celebrates the 103rd Picnic Day | The Aggie

April 22, 2017 / 0 comments

JAY GELVEZON / AGGIE FILE An Aggie Tradition for everyone One of a many iconic and renouned Aggie traditions is finally here: Picnic Day. This year, Apr 22 is a celebratory day that honors not customarily this UC Davis classic, though also a City of Davis’ Centennial as good as Earth Day. To ring a…

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Liquid nitrogen ice cream not to be offering during Picnic Day 2017

April 21, 2017 / 0 comments

JAY GELVEZON / AGGIE FILE Environmental Health and Safety denies capitulation of glass nitrogen ice cream stand The UC Davis Student Chapter of a American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AlChE) will be incompetent to yield a tack glass nitrogen-frozen ice cream during this year’s Picnic Day due to miss of capitulation from UC Davis Environmental…

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