Did you see the Varley Players’ production of Twelfth Night? If you didn’t, read more to hear about this excellent production.
December 1 1640 – A nationalist revolution in Portugal led to independence from Spain as the Spanish garrisons were driven out of Portugal. 1822 – Dom Pedro, founder of the Brazilian Empire, was crowned as the first emperor of Brazil. , 1918 – Iceland was granted independence by the Danish parliament. 1919 – Lady Nancy […]
for part II… Last week, I wrote about mixing patterns. Decidedly inspired by Blair Waldorf, seasoned in the art of combining floral / plaids / dots / gingham, I started walking on the wild side circa 2007. I am not saying that I am an expert at print mixing, but yes, yes I am. For […]
Together with the gods: The Last 49 Days (Blu-ray and DVD) While the deceased Su-hong soul and its three guardians of the afterward face the remaining evidence to get their reincarnation, the guardians find themselves face to face with the buried truth of their tragic time on earth a thousand years ago, culminating in a […]
And the whole world gave a collective: ‘Nooo!’
“Miss Karas!” Jessica shouted, as she entered the room, Eric trailing behind her. “What? Did you see the light as well?” the teacher asked. “Uh, yeah.” “Now, this was about five minutes ago, yes? Where were you when this happened?” “We going east on 6th, I think. The light was a little to our right, […]
Joshua 6:1-5 6:1 Now Jericho [the first walled city the Israelites had ever encountered] was tightly shut up [and fortified] because of the Israelites [news of Israel’s victories east of the Jordan had already reached Jericho; cf. Ex. 23:27]. No one went out and no one came in [indicates how desperate the situation was]. 6:2 […]
Churchman Kane Howell, 17, of Canyon, passed away on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Memorial services will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, December 10, 2018 at the University Church of Christ in Canyon with Chris Roberts, Youth Pastor, officiating.
Peggy Sayers, 77, of Draper, VA died Sunday, December 9, 2018 at her home She was born in Wythe County on May 6, 1941 and was the daughter of the late Porter Dunford and Mattie Moore Dunford. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Thomas Sayers; sisters, Brenda Moore, Geneva Jonas and Gertie […]
The blog posts follow this Table of Contents, in the sequence shown. To access a particular post, copy and paste the title, or a sufficient part of the title, to the search box to the right. Like what you see? Tell a friend. New Brunswick Pictures, 128 Years Ago – Dec. 12, 2018 New Brunswick Photographs […]
Several years ago, Josh Schott started a weekly feature on the now-defunct Country Perspective blog that asked a simple question: Based on Billboard’s country airplay charts, just how good (or bad) is country radio at this very moment? In the spirit of the original feature, I decided to try my hand at evaluating the state of […]
Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn make for the hottest couple in this PEOPLE exclusive photo from the Christmas Chronicles
A New York couple’s relationship is complicated far further when great powers are bestowed upon them from the Lords of Chaos and Order.
As of today, y’all have got just under two weeks worth of shopping days until Christmas. For some of us, this season means fun with family and the excitement and anticipation of pretty packages under the tree. For those of us not on 24-hour Thorazine drips, the holiday season means added pressure from loved ones […]
House Of Pain Wrestling presents “Christmas Tour 2018” in and around the Nottingham area between December 14th & 29th. HOP have confirmed multiple matches for the upcoming “Christmas Tour 2018” and can be seen below… Announced Cards… Christmas Tour 2018: Cotgrove 14/12 Cotgrove Welfare, Cotgrove Facebook Event Page HOP Full Throttle Champion, ? Vs Stevie […]