Big West

25 Mar 19
Pam Line : Teller of Tales

Emma spread the blanket under the tree away from the searing heat. For two months there had been no respite from the sun, scorching everything to toast. She’d had enough of the weather, and her job, making pasties at Greggs. This morning there had been a relentless queue since they opened, they all wanted fucking […]

25 Mar 19
alittlebiteast

It Takes a Resolute Tour Guide….. Imagine the following scenario: it’s sometime in November, and our tour guide – Ezra Rosenfeld, by name – is planning a three-day excursion up to the North for some time in March) A lot of what he can expect to happen is pretty much under his control. He’s been […]

25 Mar 19
Blog by Norm

Original version posted 4-27-14 I am not particularly afraid of spiders or other creepy crawlers, but snakes give me the heebie-jeebies.  It is a deep visceral fear that is almost unmanly.  I know that is chauvinistic, but when I was almost hit by a striking copperhead as an adolescent, I dropped the snake-size firewood sticks […]

25 Mar 19

9/24/2016 From: Cornelius Edwards corneliusessj@yahoo.com To: Virgil Buchanan virgilspurgatory@gmail.com Hey. As I’m sure you know, I was deliberately not answering your messages after Wednesday, for a lot of reasons, but mainly because I simply didn’t trust that you were being honest with me. About what, or why, I had no idea, I just had the […]

25 Mar 19
Toronto Savvy

LARGE THEATRES *Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley Street, http://www.canadianstage.com *Bluma Appel Theatre, 27 Front Street East, http://www.canadianstage.com *CAA (formerly Panasonic) Theatre, 651 Yonge St., http://www.mirvish.com *Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge Street, http://www.ticketmaster.ca *Fleck Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W., http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/venues/fleckdancetheatre/ *Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts (Opera House), 145 Queen St. W., http://www.coc.ca *Princess of […]

25 Mar 19
Big Ten Network

Two Big Ten teams were selected to participate in the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship, with Notre Dame and Ohio State earning bids.

25 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

The prosecutor, however, pressed for prison time. Wince-as a cop-should have known better than anyone the black-market gun sales, he argued. Wince was about to be sentenced that day in a federal courtroom in Virginia what badly flawed. It's "unconstitutionally vague," the defense attorney said. "I'm not a big fan of the statute," the prosecutor […]

25 Mar 19

Arms Wide Open: a Novella Romantic Comedy Author: Juli Caldwell FREE Lauren Brooks is in a rut, and her roomie is determined to yank her out of it by convincing her to participate in a local coffee shop’s 5-in-5 speed dating event. Once she agrees, it takes her about 30 seconds to realize if there’s […]

25 Mar 19
Mehtaphors

It is time for make a TON of predictions that I am going to get WRONG again

25 Mar 19
Silent Room

As Gloria Swanson remembered it, Jesse Lasky (of Famous Players–Lasky, later Paramount) made her an offer in the early 1920s, one she never forgot. He announced to her that FPL had decided to make her a star. As she recalled, “This was momentous news.” This “promotion” came after a series of highly successfully films that […]

25 Mar 19
Now! Newington

Sol Bidek’s family lived in a tenement on Market Street in Hartford. They waited several days for word from New York. Finally, they got the news: their sister was safe. The young garment worker had not been killed in the horrific Triangle Shirtwaist fire. The disaster occurred in the New York City garment factory on […]

25 Mar 19
Go (Green) gators

Monday’s are always a drag when you know you have a long week ahead. This morning I woke up especially early to get to the library. I decided on Library West because I wanted an iced coffee with a shot of expresso for the day. I ordered my coffee and asked for the sip lid […]

25 Mar 19
Bad Yogi Magazine

Have you ever dreamed of traveling all around the world, meeting new people and seeing new places while having the adventure of a lifetime? Angela Maxwell is doing just that, but not in the way you might think. There’s one big difference – Maxwell isn’t making use of a plane or a car to get […]

25 Mar 19
Red Boat by the Sea

We flew back to the USA for the first time in over a year and a half to spend the holidays with family.  We divided up our time by spending one week in Atlanta to take care of business (and by “business” I mostly mean going through the many boxes of stuff we thought was […]

25 Mar 19
Dreamland Magazine

We asked, you answered. Here are the “best” encounters with wildlife at a doof according to you, the doofing community: *Please note, we do not advocate doing any of the weird shit listed in this article. We don’t not advocate it either. Terrifying  1. “I accidentally ate half a huntsman at my first doof whilst […]

25 Mar 19
Franco Cookson

There are some places that just inspire. Callaly is one of those places. It is a heaven of lush sphagnum bundles, of oak-moss plastered trees, of erupting rock pinnacles. Amongst it all is the wall: without doubt one of the most pristine highball walls in the UK. The immense beauty of this outcrop and its […]

25 Mar 19
Scorebook Live Washington

Before we close the book on the 2018-19 Washington high school girls basketball season, former Central Valley girls basketball coach Freddie Rehkow is taking a position by position look at the underclassmen that emerged as stars. There are dozens of outstanding forwards in Washington high school girls basketball. From Kentridge’s Jordyn Jenkins to La Salle’s […]