Betty Jackson

18 Feb 19
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By, Francis Tayor, Yenagoaa Calls On Federal Government Immediate Intervention. Demands Sack Of Mrs Bomoere,Betty,Timothy And Others Over Corrupt Practices In The Amnesty Office. The Ex-Agitators of Niger-Delta students who applied for the Federal Government Presidential Amnesty Scholarship Programme has threatened to storm National Assembly and office of the National Security Advicer (NSA) in a […]

18 Feb 19
The Flehmen Response

It’s President’s Day. (Or is that Presidents Day? Maybe Presidents’ Day?) That’s why we here at THE FLEHMEN RESPONSE thought it a perfect opportunity to look back and reflect on those men who held the highest office in our land. What should you, as an American citizen, know about them? The important, salient points? The stuff Ken Jennings knows? […]

18 Feb 19
Listen Up Missy

Rory Gilmore is and always has been my inspiration for life itself and set a goal that I can complete. I want to get to know more classics. As I read I will change the title to a link and add the date of which I completed. LETS GO!! 1. 1984 by George Orwell 2. Adventures of Huckleberry […]

18 Feb 19
Paula on Point

This article was published on the Sierra Club’s national website on February 12, 2019 and can be found here. Julie Lowe’s life lessons in environmental stewardship began early. Some of her fondest early memories are of accompanying her maternal grandfather, Ray, on his rounds at Spring Mill State Park in Mitchell, Indiana, where he was […]

17 Feb 19
Lauderdale Voice

1944-2019 Betty Lou (King) Williams was born to the late Gussie B. King and the late Lucille (Willis) King on October 6, 1944 in Carroll County. She confessed Christ at an early age and joined Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church. Later she became a member of Faith Deliverance Pentecostal Church in Huntingdon. Ms. Williams departed her […]

17 Feb 19

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! Last year, Jane from ItsJaneLindsey posted prompts to go with Feminist Lit Feb and I talked about feminist characters who inspired me as a child. This year, I’m going a different route with it and using one of the prompts from last year. In her video, Jane talked about […]

16 Feb 19
Bill Nienhuis

I’m in Uganda! I’ve spent the last two days visiting CCW staff at our office in Entebbe, Uganda. The first thing I noticed about this place is how green and lush it is. It is certainly less dry than Kenya. It’s also humid, something that was also missing in Kenya. I’ve received a warm welcome […]

16 Feb 19
StageSceneLA

The impending live broadcast of the 42nd and final episode of network TV’s first black-hosted variety show becomes an existential nightmare for its celebrated star in Colman Domingo and Patricia McGregor’s Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole, a Geffen Playhouse West Coast premiere not without its problems but one well worth catching, and not just for […]