UIL Concert and Sight-reading @ Clear Lake HS Tuesday April 30th, 2019 12:00 pm- Report to Band Hall/Dress and Load Buses 12:30 pm- Depart for Clear Lake HS 2:00 pm. – Warm Up 2:30 am – Perform 3:00 pm – Sight-read 5:00 pm- Load bus and return to Falls All students must report to the […]
Bow Tie Tuesdays
It’s been a crazy couple of months down in Roswell, New Mexico, and all that tension (sexual and otherwise) came to a crackling conclusion in Tuesday night’s season 1 finale. You have been severely warned that this post contains MAJOR SPOILERS from the episode, so ABSOLUTELY STOP READING NOW if you haven’t yet seen it […]
Hey there! Charlotte here. Welcome back! Today, we’re talking about how I made my own bridal bouquet. Now, if you didn’t ready about making the Bridesmaid Bouquets, I suggest reading that post first. I used some of the same building materials, but different flowers for this one. Let’s get started! I looked at plenty of […]
Disclaimer: I wasn’t paid to make this post, I promise. I just got bored on a Tuesday afternoon and decided to lust over bras. A/N: while I was writing this, my dad came in my room and said “it’s all bras in here” because I had a couple bras out on my desk. If only […]
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Creative Oceanic are delighted to be hosting the 4th Scottish Hospitality Awards, following the enormous success over the past three years.
The Bruins just love themselves some Game 7 action. Here’s how they’ve fared in the past decade.
Happy Easter everyone! And I am happy to report that Levi tolerated the bow tie! And with his curly hair it gave him a very sophisticated Albert Einstein look. In years past we have blazed through Easter without a second thought to the gimicky side of things, but on Thursday Malachi came home from school […]
On Tuesday, the Firehouse Art Center in Pleasanton provided a Coffee with a Curator discussion. Sitting on a bow tie shaped coach, Visual Arts and Gallery Curator Alena Sauzade interviewed curator Virginia Tominia discussing the upcoming FRESH WORKS IX. Tominia juried the exhibition highlighting emerging and established artists from the San Francisco Bay Area.
On the fifth day of El Gouna International, the game is split between the El Gouna Squash Complex and the glass court at Abu Tig Marina. The day begins with action from the traditional plaster courts in the Squash Complex, with four games taking place during the afternoon session. The afternoon action starts at 12:00 […]
The six-day festival will feature more than 150 films from countries across the globe: from Sweden to Senegal, Kosovo to Kenya, Australia to Iran.
FIRST LOOK http://www.eonline.com/news ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 4/17/19) CBS: The Amazing Race (Premiere) at 9pm PBS: Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed The World (Premiere) at 10pm BYU TV: Just Like Mom And Dad (Finale) at 8pm SYFY: The Magicians (Finale) at 9pm TRAVEL: Mysteries At The Museum (Finale) at 8pm The long-awaited season 3 of Netflix’s […]
Tuesday, 4/16/19 Breakfast: Egg and rice Snack: tcho chocolates and almonds Lunch: shaved beef, chicken and cabbage spring rolls with mango ponzu hot sauce Dinner: bow tie pasta with ground elk meat and red sauce Dessert: Watermelon and cantaloupe
Trials on a tandem “I’d like to ride a tandem,” said Bob, “along the Pennine Way.” It was the kind of remark Bob would make. He was a well-known character locally and had been my best friend as a child. We were in our twentieth years and still very close. Sharing a tandem in the […]