Results from the 2019 World Champion’s National Qualifier, held from February 13 through February 17 in Houston, Texas.
One month ago I left all that was familiar to me, I left my beloved family and my dear friends to go on a once in a lifetime adventure with my Jesus. 30 days later, and quite the roller coaster it has been. Adjusting to life away from home has not been easy, in fact […]
I was sad to hear of the recent passing of James Frawley, director of 28 of the 58 Monkees episodes. Born in 1936 in Houston Texas, he died of a heart attack on January 22 at the age of 82, in Indian Wells California. He is survived by his wife Cynthia. Frawley was an important […]
Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce the Dean’s List for the 2018 fall semester. To be honored, a student must have earned a minimum 3.50 grade point average for the semester and be enrolled as a full-time student. The honored students include: ALEXANDRIA Chad Christopher Alexie – Pineville, LA Shaterica M Ashley – Alexandria, […]
Angela Phippen George Hedgeland’s stained glass has divided opinion. Charles Winston, barrister, stained glass artist and historian, considered him the only true artist amongst stained glass artists, the rest of them being ‘a herd of glass-wrights’[i]; others considered George incompetent and his work a ‘travesty on stained glass’.[ii] Not only did his work divide opinion […]
Caillan Davenport, Macquarie University and Shushma Malik, The University of Queensland We all know the phrase “all roads lead to Rome”. Today, it is used proverbially and has come to mean something like “there is more than one way to reach the same goal”. But did all roads ever really lead to the eternal city? […]
The TED community is brimming with new projects and updates. Below, a few highlights. Stacey Abrams responds to the US State of the Union. Politician Stacey Abrams spoke from Atlanta on behalf of the Democratic party following the State of the Union address. In her speech, she focused on the fight against bigotry, bipartisanship in […]
India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. On-going research seeks to improve cancer care for patients. Cancer does not discriminate. India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. This number is expected to almost double by 2035, with cancer set to become one of […]
Couldn’t put it down! I smashed White Stag out in just a few hours – which is unusual for me – so, enough said.
Iv decided to participate in the 2019 Goodreads Reading challenge again this year. My goal is to read 30 book by the end of the year. On this page I will be keeping you all up to date on how I’m going, and sharing some of my thoughts along the way. I have read 8/30 […]
On solar date Feb. 5, 2019, a new lunar year dawns. It is the start of Year of the Pig [YoP], or the Year of the Boar [YoB], or the Year of the Swine [YoS], or whatever your preferred porcine fancy might be. Specifically, it is the Year of the Earth Pig year. In continuous […]
Hebrews 12:1 ‘should throw off everything that weighs us down and the sin that clings so closely, and with perseverance keep running in the race which lies ahead of us.’ Jesus calls us to carry our crosses, but what about the unnecessary extra weight that weighs a person down? What self- imposed layers of difficulty […]
Amy Pietz (born March 6, 1969) is an American actress, known for her roles on television. She received a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series nomination for her role as “Annie Spadaro” in the NBC sitcom, Caroline in the City (1995) (1995-1999). She later had starring […]
The votes are there, the votes are counted and it's time to enjoy the annual Brickenden Awards at the local community theater in London. Hundreds of London theater fans are expected at the Wolf Performance Hall on Monday, with awards for music, theater and comedy, actors, youth productions and all things technical. in 2018. More […]