Grumpy has asked me to say a thank you for all your kind get well messages.I think he was quietly chuffed with all your good wishes.He has entered the frustrated part of not being completely in control. Silly bugger. He has never been in full control since the day he sashayed up the aisle and […]
Clifford Ball, late of Ballston, but now a railway postal clerk, was recently married to Miss Jessie McGrew at Monmouth. (Oregon Statesman, December 22, 1893) Walter R. Brown, a well known young business man of this city, was married Wednesday to Miss Jessie B. Tyler, at the home of the bride’s parents in Burlington, Vt. […]
Katherine Ann Moss (born 16 January 1974) is an English model and businesswoman. Born in Croydon, Greater London, she was discovered in 1988 at age 14 by Sarah Doukas, founder of Storm Model Management, at JFK Airport in New York City. Arriving at the end of the “supermodel era”, Moss rose to fame in the […]
Hello! Welcome to the life of the crazy Logan Ann Goulet. As a little introduction to myself, I feel like it’s fitting to talk about school, since I’m currently sitting in a pile of scholarship deadlines, and I’m conflicted in a life crisis. But you’ll need some back story before I can get to that: […]
Well here I am several months after creating this, making one post, and then basically forgetting this thing exists! Over the summer and pre-pregnancy I was on a roll with my vintage and costumes and had every intention on setting up shop. I wanted to launch an Etsy store of the collection and was ready […]
Keynotes Kavita Philip David Palumbo-Liu is the Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor and Professor of Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His work has appeared in The Nation, The Guardian, Truthout, Al Jazeera, and several other venues. His last book was The Deliverance of Others: Reading Literature in a Global Age (Duke). Currently he working on a book rethinking political […]
Once Austin Vanderford had Cody Jones on the canvas, he made it relatively easy to stay unbeaten with the biggest win of his career.
How Firm a Foundation: The Hesston College Bel Canto Singers and the Bethel College Concert Choir will present a collaborative concert event this evening at 7 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 17, here at Tabor, in the new Fellowship Hall!! The program, "How Firm a Foundation" will feature the choirs individually and combined, and will also include […]
Association of Ewell Downs Residents Non Political, Founded 1926 NOTICE The Eighty Fourth Annual General Meeting Will be held at WALLACE FIELDS JUNIOR SCHOOL in the Year 6 Classroom 7.30pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019 GUEST SPEAKER – Inspector Joe Easterbrook and/or Sergeant James Dawborn of Surrey Police AGENDA Apologies for absence Minutes of the […]
When the United States entered WWII in 1941, Hollywood was not excluded from the war effort. Whether they went to the fighting fronts or stayed on the home front, the men and women of the entertainment industry made sure to be as involved as possible. They shared their hours in the studios with time spent […]
ATTENTION Gloucester High School Students (and Parents): Applications for 2019 summer jobs are now being accepted! Apply for a LEAP for Education – GHS summer internship for July and August. Get a jump on your friends and nail down a summer job! As part of this program you will: Select a local company where you […]
Montgomery County is once again a place of interest in the 2006 murder of an Alabama woman. Lori Ann Slesinski was last seen in Auburn, Alabama, in 2006. Slesinski’s mother reported her missing, and her burned-out car was found the next day. According to police, Derill Ennis, 38, knew Slesinski and became a person of […]
My exhibition Dark Movements, made in collaboration with the American poet, Jeffery Beam, ran through the Summer of 2015 at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. The dancer Jordan Morley was tireless in his support for the project, turning himself inside-out and back-to-front to be my model for all the paintings. Three years on and Jeffrey’s dream […]
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The Brobergs were a happy family. Bob Broberg owned a thriving flower shop in downtown Pocatello, Idaho, his wife Mary Ann was a church chorister and a busy homemaker raising their three daughters: Jan, Karen and Susan. Their childhood was happy, free, innocent, and stable. ‘We had the type of neighborhood that never locked their doors, they were always open, you could trust everyone in the neighborhood,’ Mary Ann said.
It was that naivety that would come back to haunt the Broberg family.
It was 1974 when their 12-year-old daughter Jan was abducted and sexually abused by a close family friend. When she was 14-years-old when she was kidnapped a second time by the same man.
Her abuser, Robert ‘B’ Berchtold, had wheedled his way into her family’s life; spending two years befriending her paren