Canadian Down And Feather

09 Dec 18
Full Press Coverage

Ryan Dzingel, Craig Anderson, and Thomas Chabot played key roles in the Ottawa Senators 2-1 overtime win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night.

09 Dec 18
Edmonton Sun

There used to be a bar in Red Deer, at the peak of the Battle of Alberta days with the Oilers and Flames in the 1980s, where a line was painted down the middle of the floor. Edmonton fans sat on one side. Calgary fans sat on the other. The way things are trending lately, […]

08 Dec 18
Washington Politics

Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Killing Fields by ARTHUR FIRSTENBERG The Ecologist v.34, n.5, 1jun04 [Also see Microwaving Our Planet – Arthur Firstenberg / Cellular Phone Taskforce 1997] http://www.whale.to/b/elf6.html Today I am homeless. My money does not provide me shelter. My good health does not ensure my survival. My friends are unable to help me. I am […]

08 Dec 18
Love, Young Lion

“She’s the creative one,” my parents would regularly say to me and anyone who asks about their children. I heard this so much growing up that I started doing that thing we’re socialized to do with compliments; shrug and deny them while thanking the person for their graciousness. However, is it really a compliment to […]

07 Dec 18
ATTITUDE ERA MMA

UFC 231 is this Saturday and it boasts two very interesting title bouts, the co-main event to determine the first ever women’s flyweight championship between former UFC strawweight queen, Joanna Jedrzejczyk and long-time bantamweight contender, Valentina Schevchenko.  The other is a clash for the featherweight title where the undeniable contender Brian Ortega will try to dethrone […]

07 Dec 18
The Vault

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION Comprised of 38 independent, self-governing colleges: All Souls College, Balliol College, Crasenose College, Christ Church, Corpus Christi College, Exeter College, Green Templeton College, Harris Manchester College, Hertford College, Jesus College, Keble College, Kellogg College, Linacre College, Lincoln College, Magdalen College, Mansfield College, Merton College, New College, Nuffield College, Oriel College, Pembroke College, The […]

06 Dec 18
CMFE News

The down comforter market can be segmented on the basis of size, fill power, feather type, and region. On the basis of size, the down comforter market can be divided into twin, full, queen, king (also referred as eastern king), and California king. By fill power, the down comforter market can be classified into 250-350 […]

05 Dec 18
Consequence of Sound

The Heavy Consequence staff selects the best metal and hard rock albums from an eclectic year of heavy music.

05 Dec 18
Confessions to the Void

I was hanging out with Scott once and asked how he was doing. He suggested a better question would be “who am I rather than how am I”. Scott talks in riddles, he’s like Yoda but taller and less green. I’ve been thinking about that. Who am I at any given point? We’re never the […]

04 Dec 18
Over The Edge and Beyond: Journal of a Naturalist

    (Wily Black Crow) My grandmother fed the crows every afternoon and I can remember their cries of anticipation as she walked out into the field with a pail full of scraps. After my grandmother’s death, it was many years before my mother began feeding her crows. But after she started my mother often […]

04 Dec 18
Teach Abroad Coyle

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. What’s not to love – lots of yummy food, family and friends gathered around a table for hours, the celebration of the joys of one’s life. Over the years I have encountered Friendsgiving, Thirsty Thanksgiving, Freezing Thanksgiving, Misfits Thanksgiving, Argentina Asian Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving in July. No matter where I […]

04 Dec 18
justice mutai

Rubbed the Wrong Way by Justice Kipchumba On Tuesday, I got a massage. Now, I am no stranger to “the table”, having had many experiences, usually very positive, with massage therapy, but this time, it was really weird. I haven’t had a massage for over a year, but my brother and sister-in-law gave me a […]

04 Dec 18
nineteenquestions

Interviewed by Peter Takach Carol Shaben is an award-winning nonfiction author and journalist. Her first book, Into the Abyss, is a national bestseller and was selected as a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Pick, a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week, and an Amazon.com Book of the Month. Her most recent book, […]

04 Dec 18
A Pop of Pretty Blog (Canadian Home Decorating Blog - St. John's, Canada)

Hello friends!  Yay, it’s my favourite time of year! This week, I’m joining up with my fellow Canadian design bloggers to share our Christmas Home Tour 2018.  If you’ve been following along here for awhile, you might recall that I’ve been participating in this Canadian Bloggers Home Tour ( see #cbhometour on Instagram) for many […]