Sherry Goodman murdered by deputy On Friday July 26th 1996, a Shelby sheriff’s deputy was shot at Thomas and Weakly in North Memphis.
A brief foreword: this is a personal reflective essay about the second day of Black Studies lectures taking place in Edinburgh. You can read the first here. Since there is no formal coursework, I decided to direct the thought and energy leftover into writing about each session. There are few things in this world […]
It’s official: the latest revivals of Card Sharks and Press Your Luck will air on ABC and are scheduled to air this summer. This will add to ABC’s already robust roster of primetime game shows which currently includes The $100,000 Pyramid, Match Game, Child Support, Celebrity Family Feud, The Gong Show and To Tell The Truth.
(*/10) The moment Dave Mustaine and Metallica partedways not that many metalheads could predict a such successful career of the guitarist. I guess almost no one would have said that Mustaine will start an own band that’s still around after more then three decades. Mustaine, together with Dave Ellefson, Greg Handevist and Dijon Carruthers, represented the […]
Along with a couple local publishers, to boot!
Another fine book in the Pen and Sword Images of War series is: SS PANZER DIVISIONS ON THE EASTERN FRONT by Bob Carruthers. This book is chock full of striking photographs taken throughout the war, from the invasion of Poland, to the last battles in Hungary. Most are candid shots, often in the heat of […]
Looking for a contemporary NA novel with demisexual rep? Breaking The Ice by K.R. Collins may be for you!
Link: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/rationalism-empiricism/ Title: Rationalism vs. Empiricism Author: Peter Markie Date: First published on August 19th 2004, last revision on July 6th 2017 Expectation: Why this topic? After the article on constructive empiricism, and in view of the general epistemological opposition of rationalism and empiricism, I feel like it is necessary to understand the implications of […]
I’ll only normally do one of these per team, so it’s been missing recently as we’ve played sides I’d already covered. However, I did cover the Latics ahead of our 1-1 draw there earlier in the season, but they still get the thank you treatment this afternoon. It’s a huge game tomorrow night, a great […]
Title: Breaking the Ice Series: Sophie Fournier, Book One Author: K.R. Collins Publisher: NineStar Press Release Date: March 11, 2019 Heat Level: 1 – No Sex Pairing: No Romance Length: 82100 Genre: Contemporary, LGBT, Contemporary, new adult, sports, ice hockey, teammates, rivals, draft, friendship, Russian, rookie, demisexual Add to Goodreads Synopsis Sophie Fournier is the […]
In the penultimate evening of Historical Conversations the topic was ‘Scottish History and Scottish Literature’. Held on 24 April 2018 Professor Ted Cowan chaired a session in which poet Henry Marsh exchanged ideas with James Robertson, whose best-known works include Joseph Knight (2003) and The Testament of Gideon Mack (2006). (L-R: Dr Catriona MacDonald, Prof […]