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17 Dec 18
3CHICSPOLITICO

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” is a popular Christmas song written in 1963 by Edward Pola and George Wyle. It was recorded and released that year by pop singer Andy Williams for his first Christmas album, The Andy Williams Christmas Album. However, the song was not released as a promotional single by […]

17 Dec 18
famousinfamousbirthsdeathsblog

Today’s posting starts with scientist who not only discovered electro magnetism but also the person schoolboys have to thank for inventing an early day doorbell thereby starting the pastime of ‘Knock down ginger’ (‘Ding dong ditch’ for my transatlantic readers) – Joseph Henry found it hard to let go of his mum from 1797. Norwegian […]

17 Dec 18
Morning Star Painting

Along these lines, you have to procure a face painter. While the specialty of face painting is just the same old thing new to the lion’s share of us who’ve frequented jubilees, fairs, and different occasions that draw the consideration of kids, the act of procuring one for private, insinuate undertakings like birthday parties is. […]

17 Dec 18
Daily News

Preschool that refused atheist family who complained about Christmas, Hanukkah celebrations is forced to pay An atheist family in Canada whose child was barred from re-enrolling in school — after the parents complained about holiday celebrations in the classroom — was awarded nearly $12,000 Canadian (roughly $9,000 U.S.) by a British Columbia human-rights body in the family’s […]

17 Dec 18
Society of Women Engineers - Graduate Community

Working in a research lab with a diverse group of people and under the guidance/management of a professor can be a foreign experience. How can you make the most of your local research community and set yourself up for success with your research advisor? These are a few tips I’ve learned along the way, having […]

17 Dec 18
Nyamilepedia

Dec 16th, 2018(Nyamilepedia) —— Gathered at the Faith Lutheran Church in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, South Sudanese Communities and friends came together to commemorate the 5th December 15th in remembrance of their loved ones who were killed in Juba and elsewhere in South Sudan over the last 5 years. The South Sudanese, who were mostly […]

17 Dec 18
XR Blog

This newsletter archive is being maintained without all the original formatting and images. If you know of a simple method to update this archive without losing the original formatting, please let us know. Currently it is being done manually. To receive current editions of the newsletter, subscribe at: rebellion.earth LONG LIVE THE REBELLION!   Welcome to […]

17 Dec 18
mjbreviewers

Here is a list of some of the new releases for the week of December 16th, 2018. I am going to divide the list into 4 days because there are so very many of them for this week. Today is the second day of my list for this week. Hope you find some selections for […]

17 Dec 18
CLS Blue Sky Blog

In my last post[1], I focused on the Council of Institutional Investors’ (“CII”) recent proposal to the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq to impose a listing condition that any super-voting rights on dual class stock must expire within at least seven years of listing. Although I sympathized with the CII’s goal and believe dual […]

17 Dec 18
A greener life, a greener world

Deadlock breached at COP 24, but questions asked about lack of ambition.

17 Dec 18
Arcynewsy

CASH IN THE ATTIC: Festive music from the past by Toby Walne for The Mail on Sunday Published:6:45 pm EST, 15 December 2018| updated:6:45 pm EST, 15 December 2018 Now that's a gift! A 1957 Elvis Christmas Album by RCA Victor, is now worth £ 1,200 Every week Toby Walne gives the low-down on the […]

17 Dec 18
deep fried movies

Year – 2017 Decade – 2010s Cinematographer – Jessica Lee Gagné (imdb link) Director – Jamie M. Dagg Aspect Ratio – 2.39 Distributor – IFC Films Genre – Neo Noir Camera – Arri Alexa Mini Lenses – Panavision Primos Format – Digital Categories Clink on any link to see similar frames from other films. Dawn  […]