Bush Funeral Train

19 Mar 19
World Site News

In pictures: Remembering President George H.W. BushPeter Olyniec waves an American flag as George H.W. Bush’s train passes near Whitehall, Texas, on Thursday, December 6. Bush’s body was en route to his presidential library in College Station, Texas, where he was laid to rest. In pictures: Remembering President George H.W. BushNavy guard Kenneth Knox stands…

16 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

Strasbourg: CHU mobilizes to support parents in perinatal mourning (illustration) – Pexels / Pixabay "It's hell that opens under our feet." These are the words of Stéphanie and Flora, two mothers confronted with perinatal mourning at the time of the birth of their twins at Strasbourg University Hospital. Every year at the CHU, 250 parents […]

16 Mar 19
Arcynewsy

Strasbourg: CHU mobilizes to support parents in perinatal mourning (illustration) – Pexels / Pixabay "It is the hell that opens under our feet". These are the words of Stéphanie and Flora, two mothers confronted with perinatal mourning at the time of birth of their twins at the Strasbourg University Hospital. Every year at CHU, 250 […]

15 Mar 19
Ottawa Citizen

A hundred years ago, on Sat. July 19, 1919, Ottawa’s first privately owned airplane, a Curtiss JN-4 “Canuck” biplane, touched down near Hunt Club and Bowesville Roads. Its flight from Toronto took just over four and a half hours, discounting its refuelling stop in Deseronto, and included a 15-minute tour over Ottawa before landing, at […]

11 Mar 19
Russia News Now

The gloves are off. With proof of a nuclear attack on Yemen saturating “some of the news,” issues of a new reality of war, the covert use of WMD’s by governments, needs to be addressed. Fabricated claims of nuclear proliferation and other WMD’s has led to invasions, endless threats of war and mindless sanctions while […]

08 Mar 19
American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day at WordPress

The sad fact of the matter is, many users believe that Google wants to control the unrestricted flow of speech and ideas. Instead of allowing free speech to flourish and for people of all backgrounds, cultures, and philosophies to interact and to commune with one another, they would rather drive a stake through the heart of the entire operation and leave everyone to struggle through the wilderness.

11 Mar 19
Deadline

EARLY MONDAY AM UPDATE: Disney has yet to release its morning figures, but rivals are figuring that Captain Marvel came in with a $154 million opening after a $39M Sunday. Together with her overseas take of $302M –the fifth-best overseas debut of all time — global debut for the Disney pic stands at $456M. By the end […]

06 Mar 19
Michael's Plays and Other Writings

This is the most personal play I’ve written to date. A theatre colleague called it “powerful, but sensitive.” It’s a full-length play and will take about an hour to read. I believe it will be worth your time. Of all my unproduced plays, I truly believes this one deserves a production the most. I’m not […]

06 Mar 19
TheBuzzfromHoneyB

The Berlin & Beyond Film Festival (March 8-14, 2019), the largest festival of contemporary German cinema in The Americas, presented annually by the Goethe-Institut San Francisco, proudly announces the full lineup of its 23rd edition. The festival will return for the 23rd year to San Francisco’s iconic Castro Theatre from March 8th-10th with red carpet […]

28 Feb 19
.....SoSuterBill.....

BILLY SUTER lists films new on circuit this weekend. Also here are ratings of other films on circuit – as well as Ster-Kinekor, Nu Metro and Suncoast CineCentre’s weekly

27 Feb 19
The Inquiring Mind

About this episode Arthur is invited to the funeral of big-time gangster Charlie Johnson and the wake afterwards. The funeral is being carefully observed by police and the palatial Johnson home in Pinner is bugged. Police identify Tommy Hambury, a major crook returned after many years abroad and conclude that something major is being planned. […]

24 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

By Becky Johnson, Correspondent of the Midlands The deaths of 21 people killed in Birmingham 45 years ago by alleged IRA bombs in Birmingham began again this week. On November 21, 1974, hundreds of people enjoyed a night in the center of Birmingham, but at 8:19 pm a bomb exploded in the bustling Mulberry Bush […]

24 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

By Becky Johnson, Midlands correspondent New investigations into the deaths of 21 people killed by suspected IRA bombs in Birmingham 45 years ago will begin this week. On November 21, 1974, hundreds of people were enjoying an evening in the center of Birmingham, but at 8:17 pm a bomb exploded in the busy Mulberry Bush […]

20 Feb 19
The Unconventional Millennial

This past December I was on my way to Texas A&M’s campus with thousands of others to greet the 4141 engine and welcome President George H.W. Bush home to Aggieland one last time. Shortly before hitting the intersection at Texas Avenue and University Drive, my Great Aunt Dottie in Kentucky called. She hoped I would […]

19 Feb 19
worldadvicetour

Egypt Jordan Tours If you want to visit a perfect place then nothing could be a better choice than Egypt Jordan Tour, There are a lot of major attractions in Jordan including Wadi Rum, Amman, Dead Sea, Petra,  Amman Citadel and more. With Egypt Jordan Tours, Scout  many amazing mysteries that will take you to […]