Cantores

19 May 19

Segundo Capítulo: all the things you are eres un animal hermoso   eres el beso  en medio del trigal   eres  el viento  meciendo  el delicado umbral de las hojas  en otoño   eres  el momento  en que tu nombre  acude  sin aviso  a mis labios   eres siempre fuiste  siempre serás el nacimiento del […]

18 May 19
Paula Maria Garcia Morin: escritora

NI CARMELITA NI AZUL, GRAN ADMIRADORA DE LA TRADICIÓN FOLKLÓRICA QUE SE TRANSMITE DE GENERACIÓN EN GENERACIÓN, DONDE SE EMPLEA TODO UN AÑO EN CONSTRUIR MASCARONES, CARROZAS Y SOBRE TODO GRAN PROFUSIÓN DE CASTILLOS PIROTÉCNICOS, ELABORADOS EN EL MAYOR SECRETISMO, DONDE SÓLO LOS CONSTRUCTORES CONOCEN LAS MARAVILLAS QUE  EXHIBIRÁ CADA BANDO, LOS CARMELITAS DEL BARRIO […]

17 May 19
BCNN1 WP

I responded to several suicide scenes when I was in uniform, but one in particular stands out. It was right before Christmas, and the woman left a note. It was a bitter note, making it clear that in her mind, the suicide was meant to punish her estranged husband. I realize that not everyone who […]

16 May 19
ContilNet - O Acre Todo em um só lugar - Portal de Notícia do Acre

Close neles Clique para nossa coluna dos jornalistas Wânia Pinheiro e Roberto Vaz, no cenário do famoso programa ‘Bar do Vaz’, do site AC 24 horas. Lançamento do Brasil Sabor Acre Na noite desta quarta-feira (15), a Associação Brasileira de Bares e Restaurantes (ABRASEL) realizou o lançamento de um dos maiores festivais gastronômicos no Brasil. […]

15 May 19
La tienda de Sexto Mario. Productos Educativos, la Historia para niños

Y el sacerdote pondrá de esa sangre sobre los cuernos del altar del incienso aromático, que está en el tabernáculo de reunión delante de Jehová; y echará el resto de la sangre del becerro al pie del altar del holocausto, porno chino gratis que está a la puerta del tabernáculo de reunión. Estos son sus […]

15 May 19
La tienda de Sexto Mario. Productos Educativos, la Historia para niños

Y Dios hizo bien a las parteras; y el pueblo se multiplicó y se fortaleció en gran manera. Pero Jehová endureció el corazón de Faraón, y no quiso dejarlos ir. Y volveré a traer a Israel a su morada, actrices porno anal y pacerá en el Carmelo y en Basán; y en el monte de […]

14 May 19
OQueRola

Vai ter Pitty com disco novo, vai ter Duda Beat e sua “sofrência pop”, terá Criolo, Baco Exu do Blues e, para não fugir à regra, vai ter Boogarins com o seu atual show Sombrou Dúvida (2019). É em ritmo de aglutinação cultural que a 21ª edição do Bananada anuncia agora o line up completo […]

14 May 19
Cagibi

by George Franklin, trans. Ximena Gómez

14 May 19
Boston Herald
Bay Staters may have to adjust their calendars as they endure a delayed spring for the third year in a row — and brace for a nor’easter hitting New England in mid-May. “The seasons are off by a month,” said Shawn Kelley, who runs Mill City Weather in Lowell. People went to bed red in the face after a 70-degree day Saturday, then must have dreamt they were waking up seven months later in December as temperatures plummeted Sunday — and snow, sleet and freezing rain flew across parts of the state. “What makes it hard is you go through a winter of cold and snow, then get a taste of 75 and want more of that, but now have to go back to the 40s and raw weather,” said The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore, enjoying 75 degrees and sunshine in Atlanta Monday. Maine Tuesday could get 10 inches of the white stuff at elevations above 2,000 feet, Cantore added. The higher elevations of western Massachusetts and Vermont may see 4 inches, said National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Simpson. Mount Wachusett in Worcester County could get a couple inches. “Any snow will melt quickly,” Simpson added. The nor’easter will be an all-rain event for Greater Boston and within Interstate 495, he added. New England would be getting pounded with snow if this same high-pressure weather system happened in the winter, forecasters said. “This type of pattern is what you want if you’re looking for big winter snowstorms,” said David Coe, a researcher in the UMass Lowell Weather Center. He’s been examining delayed seasons — that New England’s winter is now from January to April instead of from December to March. That shift has caused a shorter spring, Coe said. When asked why this seasonal change is happening, he responded Monday, “That’s a great question.” “There are a lot of theories with climate change, the waviness of the jet stream, the dynamics of El Nino and La Nina, and all these polar vortex events,” Coe added. “All these different factors are contributing to a change in seasons.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] The polar vortex has been steering the unseasonably cold weather toward this region, delaying the onset of spring, said Judah Cohen, director of seasonal forecasting at Atmospheric and Environmental Research in Lexington and a research affiliate at MIT. The cold weather can be devastating for agriculture and also could impact retailers. “When the cold and snow lingers, people might not be thinking of summer clothing and buying bathing suits,” Cohen said. Global warming is causing these extreme changes, Kelley said. He remembers 30- and 40-degree days at the Topsfield Fair in October years ago. However in recent years, he’s been at the fair during 60- and 70-degree days. “Now around Christmas time, we’re golfing,” Kelley said. “Everything is off.”