April 2019 New In Books

18 Feb 19
Claire Bradshaw Associates Ltd

About the workshop This accessible one day workshop is for coaches, health professionals, trainers and pracititioners as well as anyone wishing to explore their own creativity and how they can hold a creative and meaningful space with others. Through coaching and creative movement, we consider: What we know about our own creativity; cognitively, emotionally and somatically. What […]

18 Feb 19
Enfilade

From the Call for Papers: Cardinal Alessandro Albani: Collecting, Dealing, and Diplomacy in Grand Tour Europe Collezionismo, diplomazia ed il mercato nell’Europa del Grand Tour British School at Rome / Centro di Studi sulla Cultura e l’Immagine di Roma, 11–13 December 2019 Organised by Clare Hornsby and Mario Bevilacqua Proposals due by 1 April 2019 […]

18 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

THE CHOICES OF THE MORNING Excerpt from the teaser video of the live MonkAdelicTour 2018 of the French group Shaka Ponk. SCREEN CAPTURE / YOUTUBE Most early spring festivals have finalized their programming. Here is a selection, in the areas of song, jazz, rock, electro … with some for a program with many stars and […]

18 Feb 19
Ilham Blog

Mbappe stars as PSG end Man Utd’s unbeaten run under Solskjaer Newssport by the Jakarta post Manchester, United Kingdom   /   Wed, February 13, 2019   /   08:08 am Paris Saint-Germain made light of an injury crisis to inflict Manchester United’s first defeat under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a 2-0 win at Old […]

18 Feb 19
Learn English Free | (888) 531-1738

© New York Daily News The New York Daily News is mocking President TrumpDonald John TrumpCarter urges Trump to keep country at peace: Any nuclear exchange could involve ‘catastrophe’ Pompeo confirms ‘a couple hundred’ Russians killed in Syria Federal appeals court weighs CFPB leadership fight MORE … from NY Daily News cover hits Trump over […]

18 Feb 19
Boston Herald
hhd@get.creators.com (Holiday Mathis) Are you already starting to catch feelings? As the Pisces sunbeams invigorate the emotional realms, what was interesting yesterday transforms into a visceral call to action. Those intriguing ideas we played around with become full-blown pursuits. The “might-likes” become “must-haves.” ARIES (March 21-April 19). You respond to realness and are hypersensitive today to anything not in the category, especially when it’s coming from a familiar source. Anything that seems out of character will be taken as a red flag. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). With your keen sense of direction, you’re unlikely to get lost in the city or the woods, but you might feel lost in cultural conditioning, an invisible maze best navigated with your spiritual true north. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Expectations cannot always be managed. Sometimes imagination grabs the hand of passion and runs away before any reasonable limits can be communicated. Look for the wisdom in naive flights of fancy. It’s there somewhere. CANCER (June 22-July 22). In every interaction, the first step is to set the scene. It will be set anyway, but maybe not in the way that puts you in the best light. So be deliberate. What’s the impression that will set you up for success? LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’re not new to the situation. You’ve had time to assess the limits and risks. You’ve learned what’s necessary and what you can do without. You’ve earned the right to use shortcuts of familiarity. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Try a different role, even if it’s not the one you feel destined for. You do your job better once you’ve seen it from the position of the boss, the customer, the competitor and more. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’re so cooperative by nature that you may assume others share your amenability. But many people have to be reminded. The best way to do this is to ask for help. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). If asked, say yes. If not asked, volunteer — because today the job at hand is sure to tap a well of your unused potential, awakening you to something new inside you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Being in a crowd gets easier the more crowds you’re in. It’s one way to get in touch with your humanity, a connection that’s readily lost in the modern age. Get your ticket to go mix with the masses. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your whispering mind, the word on the street, the experts and prognosticators — all go spinning tales about the latest outcomes, though no one knows for sure. All the stories have one thing in common: They are stories. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You are whole. So give your attention, because it feels good to give and because it’s your nature to love. You don’t need to trade your attention for partnership or validation, because you’re already whole. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). When you set out to contribute the best inside you, the world can’t help but open up to you. People might be skeptical at first. But once they figure out your genuine intent, they’ll change their tune. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Feb. 18). Out of respect for the people you’re with, you’ve been reluctant to focus on yourself. But there’s a way to fulfill your role and still give consistent high-level attention to what you want. You tap into that, as well as a new way to hone and apply your talent to lucrative effect, and you make a lifestyle shift that gives you more time for fitness. Libra and Gemini adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 3, 1, 11, 4 and 26. ON PUBLIC PERCEPTION VS. SELF-PERCEPTION: Taking On a Spiritual Maxim The guru touched my forehead and said, “What others think of me is none of my business.” And I went home in a daze about how to best apply this wisdom. I am a pleaser. I want to be liked by all. I want to see some sort of validation in every last eyeball. When I don’t get it, I pay attention. I dwell there. Why don’t they like me? Why-y-y-? And how can I change it? That the guru would home in on my tendency to seek external validation made perfect sense. Yet the more I tried to apply the salve of this spiritual wisdom the worse I felt about my mixed approval ratings. This message that was supposed to be a rung in the ladder to my enlightenment became instead a spiral staircase down to the depths of my obsession with approval. “What others think of me…” OMG, they are THINKING of me? No-o-o-o-! What? What are they thinking? Seeing as gurus can be very hard to contact for a follow-up visit (they book up), I had to take matters into my own hands. Continued in tomorrow’s column. See you there! CELEBRITY PROFILES: According to birth time and the particulars of a given year, babies born Feb. 18 may be either Aquariuses or Pisces. Actor John Travolta was born in the final degrees of Aquarius, and he uses his uniqueness to elevate his characterizations to iconic status. Having both Mercury and Venus in empathetic Pisces is an excellent aspect for artistic morphing into a character’s mind. Write Holiday Mathis at HolidayMathis@gmail.com. COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATORS.COM Last Updated: Thursday, Jan 24, 2019 09:41:40 -0800
18 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

Editor's note: Travel information must be sent to vcarey @ delcotimes no later than Thursday noon. We do not accept faxes or printouts. All trips are displayed online. The pressure is based on an available area. Thank you. G.E. Pensioner: Ireland Tour from 13th to 20th April or from 11th to 18th May from $ […]

18 Feb 19
Sound Books

//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/8673071/height/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/no/direction/backward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/000000/ Moe Berg earned his reputation as the brainiest man in baseball — he had two Ivy League degrees and studied at the Sorbonne. But when World War II broke out he found an unlikely second career, as a spy trying to prevent the Nazis from getting an atomic bomb. In this week’s episode of […]

18 Feb 19
Sound Books

//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/8673071/height/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/no/direction/backward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/000000/ Moe Berg earned his reputation as the brainiest man in baseball — he had two Ivy League degrees and studied at the Sorbonne. But when World War II broke out he found an unlikely second career, as a spy trying to prevent the Nazis from getting an atomic bomb. In this week’s episode of […]

18 Feb 19
The South Cass Tribune

Thursdays through March 28 Make arts and crafts projects at the library Make fun and creative arts and crafts projects at the Harrisonville branch of the Cass County Public Library. Activities will include painting, weaving, sculpture and more. The classes are for grades four through six and spaces are limited. The sessions will be held […]

18 Feb 19
Andrew Duff

Three fascinating books leapt to the top of the pile at Christmas. While in different genres, they all shed some light on some of the issues facing us all in 2019. In the novel The Great Believers Rebecca Makkai brings the world of the mid-1980s Chicago gay community vividly to life. While protagonist Yale Tishman watches […]

18 Feb 19
St Paul's Cathedral Melbourne

Journey through Lent and Holy Week with us at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne ASH WEDNESDAY | 6th March 2019 12:15pm Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes Preacher: The Revd Canon Christopher Carolane, Canon Pastor 6:00pm Choral Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes Preacher: The Most Revd Dr Phillip Freier, Archbishop of Melbourne LENT Regular Services: http://www.cathedral.org.au/worship/regular-services/ The […]

18 Feb 19
FRANCIS XAVIER SAMSEN - page 8

Fifth Sunday of Lent 7 April 2019 Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ “Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” DAILY GOSPEL OF THE LORD JESUS Copyright © Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, USCCB ©Evangelizo.org 2001-2019 Image: From Bible Hub _____________________________________________________________________________ Fifth Sunday of Lent 7 […]

18 Feb 19

The Game Has Changed: Rethinking the U.S. Role in Supporting Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa Judd Devermont Director, Africa Program Centre for International and Strategic Studies The Issue Sub-Saharan Africa’s electoral landscape is changing. A combination of demographic, technological, and geostrategic developments is unsettling the region’s politics. African elite and publics are consequently redefining the rules […]

18 Feb 19
Not Entertainment News

Interview with Tea Krulos on Monster Hunters and Doomsday Preppers

18 Feb 19
Amy

Weight loss. This is one thing anyone can do to improve their health. This is easier said then done. My weight has been up and down. When I was young, I was thin. Not healthy, but thin. When I started having babies, that changed. This is normal for most women. In my first marriage I […]