15 Feb 19
Colden Lamb

Introduction From a decaying mansion in the nasty republican town of East Hampton, to a picture perfect suburban house in Hartford, to the beauty salons on New York’s Fifth Avenue, Composer Scott Frankel and Lyricist Michael Korie have taken their audiences to interesting and dramatic slices of American life through their Broadway musicals. The characters […]

13 Feb 19
Volusia County Arts & Culture Scene

Harmony Sound Waves Annual Show on Saturday, Feb. 23 will feature the Vaudeville inspired group, the Humdingers. The Humdingers barbershop quartet has entertained audiences for almost 40 years and performs with the antique Deagan Organ Chimes. The group performs at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at New Smyrna Beach Middle School, 1200 S Myrtle Ave, […]

12 Feb 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report TALLAHASSEE — It’s been four years since Ft Walton Beach won a team trophy at a tournament. On Saturday, the Vikings went back to the Gulf with the biggest one. Ft Walton Beach ran the table at Chiles’ Timberwolf Duals, the last dual tournament to be staged inside the Matmen […]

06 Feb 19
Franks MCL Journey

Well, I got thru Day 1 of Chemo. Left the house at 6am, got home at 9pm. Yup, a very long day with some interesting twists. To start off, my sister is my caregiver. Yesterday she lost tip of her finger in an on the job accident. She’s in a lot of pain but she […]

05 Feb 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report GULF SHORES, AL — Gulf Breeze advanced the farthest among five 2A-District 1 teams in competition at the Gulf Shores Dolphin Pools last weekend. The 2A Dolphins were 4-2 in the tournament, with wins over host Gulf Shores (39-38), Daphne (42-27), Robertsdale (60-23) and Vestavia Hills (39-36), all Alabama teams. […]

28 Jan 19
Buena Park Neighbors

Waveland Clock Tower When the population pushed north in the 1920s local commissioners approved a field house for the lakefront at Waveland. Field houses were popular on the south side, because they could accommodate the growing popularity of outdoor sports. When local resident Annie Woolford died in 1927 she left $50,000 to construct a carillon […]

20 Jan 19
Deagan's Blog

This post is going to be looking at the three different coaches I observed. I’m going to be giving my own opinion of the coaching styles they used and what they done to affect the players involvement in the session. The very first coach I watched was a professional coach delivering a session for badminton […]

20 Jan 19
Deagan's Blog

In this blog we are going to be talking about what makes a good and effective coach. An example of a good coach to me would be someone that is adaptable, organised, motivational and has high standards. I believe it is important to be adaptable as not everything is going to go the way it […]

18 Jan 19
Jill's Book Cafe

Back in 1991 we’d been on holiday in Bali and flew back via Singapore where we were staying for a few days. Having been to Singapore before, we had nothing specific planned and decided to play things by ear. We arrived at Singapore airport and I started picking up some tourist leaflets – my OH […]

16 Jan 19
Minnesota Mat Rats

Central Minnesota Mat Rats Early January Report (25th Annual) by Roger Mischke By Roger Mischke January 2018 Coaches, please keep me informed of your team’s success throughout the season. With each edition, I would like to share their success in The Central MN Report. Please send relevant information for Class A individual and team ratings […]

13 Jan 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report LYNN HAVEN — It was a near-standoff between the Gulfside/Panhandle’s champions on Saturday at the Panhandle Championships. When it was over, just a single point separated tournament champion Pace from runnerup Arnold, as the Patriots outpointed the Marlins, 236-235. Pace won the 2A-District 1 FHSAA dual team tournament title, while […]

12 Jan 19
The Art of Awakening

It is often observed that Korean Buddhism is distinct from the Buddhism of other countries in a number of ways. One of the most striking things about Korean temples is their location. Rarely found in populated areas, Korea’s temples tend instead to be located in remote and (formerly) inaccessible places. These spots are usually notable […]

11 Jan 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report PACE — There will new representatives for 2A-District 1 at next week’s Region 1 quarterfinals on January 17. Heading to the region quarterfinals — likely to be staged at a District 2 venue next week — out of the Panhandle will be Pace and Gulf Breeze, neither of which qualified […]

10 Jan 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report WEWAHITCHKA — It’s been a pretty good couple of weeks for the Arnold wrestlers. First, there was the 1A-District 1 title win at South Walton, then the Best of the Rest bracket win at Beast of the Beach just two days later. Then, there was a championship bracket appearance at […]

04 Jan 19
The CW Review

I think that this crossover was… interesting. I always love a good superhero crossover and this one was no exception but I do think is was kind of weird how Barry and Oliver switched lives. I loved how they breached to Earth-38 to visit Kara and Clark to ask for help to find out what […]