Dr. Scholls

18 Feb 19
Today in HisStory

Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan died. (1294) Hernán Cortés left Cuba for the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico with 11 ships and 500 men. (1519) Martin Luther died. (1546) Sculptor Michelangelo died. At the end, he asked his friends only to remember the death of Christ. (1564) Spanish Jesuits in the Chesapeake Bay area were martyred by the Indians […]

17 Feb 19
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

A fashion show sponsored by the American Heart Association of South Florida honored survivors of heart disease and stroke. Survivors strutted down the runway Saturday while accompanied by people who helped them on the road to recovery. “I’ve had three open-heart surgeries. I was born with a congenital heart defect,” said survivor Stephanie Fink. “I […]

17 Feb 19
Sustainable Dave

When the last male Northern White Rhino died last year, the news broke headlines around the world.  The thought of losing another iconic species to extinction drove people to ask what they could do, at least for a day or two.  Unfortunately, there is a much bigger extinction happening right now that is not generating […]

16 Feb 19
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14 Feb 19
This Week in Milford

I’m having this nightmare of giant snakes attacking me in the Gobi Desert while being trapped in that giant scorpion chair that Vulnavia pushed me into while Dr. Phibes goes to Gil’s house and kidnaps Mimi and sticks her in a mummy case in his hideout behind the Milford 24-Hour Coin Laundromat (what other laundromats […]

12 Feb 19
Tyler Scholl

In Charlotte North Carolina, E.R. doctor Craig Bryant was playing a pickup hockey game in the local rink when he saw a fellow player collapse to the ground. The player at the Pineville Ice Hockey Rink, Jib Street collapsed and had a heart attack mid game. Surveillance video shows Jib Street fall down onto the […]

12 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Terryn Westbrook was born on October 8, 1975 in Wichita, Kansas, USA as Terryn Jennings Westbrook. She is an actress, known for Inland Empire (2006), Law & Order True Crime (2017) and Jane the Virgin (2014). Born: October 8, 1975 in Wichita, Kansas, USA Actress (48 credits)  2020 Hollywood Fringe (post-production) Brenda McFadden  2019 Mixtape […]

12 Feb 19
Futuristically Yours

Warning: Only people with high iq and big pp will understand the following dankness: I call ‘em defeated My dogs are barking in these hush puppies Dr. Scholl can talk to animals and said this little piggy didn’t go “wee-wee” when the tears piss bolted to the booties you’re in, the boar cried woof Foot […]

10 Feb 19
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06 Feb 19
fuldainfo

33 junge Gesellinnen und Gesellen konnten in diesem Jahr ihren Gesellenbrief als Elektroniker in Empfang nehmen. Die Elektro-Innung Fulda hatte zur traditionellen Freisprechungsfeier in die „antonius Festscheune“ in Fulda eingeladen. Obermeister Michael Brehl beglückwünschte die jungen Leute zur bestandenen Prüfung und bestätigte ihnen, dass sie vor dreieinhalb Jahren mit ihrer Entscheidung für eine Ausbildung im […]

04 Feb 19
J.U.B.A.

Inside the Beltway Where not your family but your wealth stay Both Suburbia and Welfare State You’re either invisible or admissible Based on your birth certificate and the friends you knew So much has changed, but nothing’s really new I’m trying to maintain my composure While exploring exposure Cannibalising the culture, although attractive with wording, […]

03 Feb 19
Daily News
LOS ANGELES — Former Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Michelle King died Saturday at the age of 57, the district announced. On behalf of the entire @LASchools family, we are deeply saddened to share that our beloved former Superintendent, Dr. Michelle King, has passed away. Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with – and for – Dr. King…https://t.co/4Nz9ydGlhL pic.twitter.com/I19nGg3d4o — L.A. Unified (@LASchools) February 3, 2019 “Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with — and for — Dr. King, and the lasting impact she had on our communities,” a district statement said. “Her dedication to uplift every student, family and employee within Los Angeles Unified was second to none. “As a Los Angeles Unified graduate, parent, life-long educator, and the first African American woman to lead the district, Dr. King was truly an inspiration. She was a collaborative and innovative leader who broke down barriers to create more equitable opportunities for every student. Her warmth, love and generosity transformed countless lives and left a legacy that will continue to impact us for generations. “We offer our heartfelt condolences to Dr. King’s daughters, parents and brother, as well as all of her family and friends whose lives she so deeply and positively touched.” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti praised King’s contribution to local education. “Dr. Michelle King’s life and career encapsulated what it means to be an Angeleno: excellence, kindness, integrity, service above self,” Garcetti tweeted. “She devoted her entire professional life to students in Los Angeles, and led our school district with all of the passion, skill and determination that it takes to be a powerful fighter for young people and their dreams. Michelle’s extraordinary achievements — record graduation rates, putting higher education within reach for all families, and creating new opportunities for our kids to be on pathways to careers — should inspire each one of us to be part of the mission to make L.A.’s schools the best in America. Amy and I are deeply saddened by her passing, and send our love and prayers to Michelle’s daughters, her parents and brother, and the entire LAUSD family.” King became LAUSD superintendent in January 2016. In September of the following year she went on medical leave, then announced in January 2018 that she had cancer and would not be returning to her job. King did not specify the type of cancer for which she was being treated. “I am very thankful for the outpouring of support I have received from the entire L.A. Unified family, our community partners and my colleagues across the nation,” she said in 2018. “As I aggressively fight this illness, I ask that you continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers.” Members of the district’s Board of Education issued a joint statement thanking King “for 33 years as an exemplary educator, inspirational role model and steadfast leader.” “Having dedicated her career to the district, it is now time for Dr. King to focus her incredible strength and energy on her health,” the board statement said. “We wholeheartedly support her decision to retire, and will continue to keep her in our thoughts and prayers as she faces the challenges ahead.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] King earned a doctorate in May from the USC Rossier School of Education. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from UCLA and a master’s degree in administration from Pepperdine University. She was educated in LAUSD scholls, attending Century Park and Windsor Hills elementary schools, Palms Junior High School and Palisades High School.
03 Feb 19
Daily Breeze
LOS ANGELES — Former Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Michelle King died Saturday at the age of 57, the district announced. On behalf of the entire @LASchools family, we are deeply saddened to share that our beloved former Superintendent, Dr. Michelle King, has passed away. Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with – and for – Dr. King…https://t.co/4Nz9ydGlhL pic.twitter.com/I19nGg3d4o — L.A. Unified (@LASchools) February 3, 2019 “Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with — and for — Dr. King, and the lasting impact she had on our communities,” a district statement said. “Her dedication to uplift every student, family and employee within Los Angeles Unified was second to none. “As a Los Angeles Unified graduate, parent, life-long educator, and the first African American woman to lead the district, Dr. King was truly an inspiration. She was a collaborative and innovative leader who broke down barriers to create more equitable opportunities for every student. Her warmth, love and generosity transformed countless lives and left a legacy that will continue to impact us for generations. “We offer our heartfelt condolences to Dr. King’s daughters, parents and brother, as well as all of her family and friends whose lives she so deeply and positively touched.” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti praised King’s contribution to local education. “Dr. Michelle King’s life and career encapsulated what it means to be an Angeleno: excellence, kindness, integrity, service above self,” Garcetti tweeted. “She devoted her entire professional life to students in Los Angeles, and led our school district with all of the passion, skill and determination that it takes to be a powerful fighter for young people and their dreams. Michelle’s extraordinary achievements — record graduation rates, putting higher education within reach for all families, and creating new opportunities for our kids to be on pathways to careers — should inspire each one of us to be part of the mission to make L.A.’s schools the best in America. Amy and I are deeply saddened by her passing, and send our love and prayers to Michelle’s daughters, her parents and brother, and the entire LAUSD family.” King became LAUSD superintendent in January 2016. In September of the following year she went on medical leave, then announced in January 2018 that had cancer and would not be returning to her job. King did not specify the type of cancer for which she is being treated. “I am very thankful for the outpouring of support I have received from the entire L.A. Unified family, our community partners and my colleagues across the nation,” she said in 2018. “As I aggressively fight this illness, I ask that you continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers.” Members of the district’s Board of Education issued a joint statement thanking King “for 33 years as an exemplary educator, inspirational role model and steadfast leader.” “Having dedicated her career to the district, it is now time for Dr. King to focus her incredible strength and energy on her health,” the board statement said. “We wholeheartedly support her decision to retire, and will continue to keep her in our thoughts and prayers as she faces the challenges ahead.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] King earned a doctorate in May from the USC Rossier School of Education. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from UCLA and a master’s degree in administration from Pepperdine University. She was educated in LAUSD scholls, attending Century Park and Windsor Hills elementary schools, Palms Junior High School and Palisades High School.
03 Feb 19
SCNG
LOS ANGELES — Former Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Michelle King died Saturday at the age of 57, the district announced. On behalf of the entire @LASchools family, we are deeply saddened to share that our beloved former Superintendent, Dr. Michelle King, has passed away. Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with – and for – Dr. King…https://t.co/4Nz9ydGlhL pic.twitter.com/I19nGg3d4o — L.A. Unified (@LASchools) February 3, 2019 “Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with — and for — Dr. King, and the lasting impact she had on our communities,” a district statement said. “Her dedication to uplift every student, family and employee within Los Angeles Unified was second to none. “As a Los Angeles Unified graduate, parent, life-long educator, and the first African American woman to lead the district, Dr. King was truly an inspiration. She was a collaborative and innovative leader who broke down barriers to create more equitable opportunities for every student. Her warmth, love and generosity transformed countless lives and left a legacy that will continue to impact us for generations. “We offer our heartfelt condolences to Dr. King’s daughters, parents and brother, as well as all of her family and friends whose lives she so deeply and positively touched.” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti praised King’s contribution to local education. “Dr. Michelle King’s life and career encapsulated what it means to be an Angeleno: excellence, kindness, integrity, service above self,” Garcetti tweeted. “She devoted her entire professional life to students in Los Angeles, and led our school district with all of the passion, skill and determination that it takes to be a powerful fighter for young people and their dreams. Michelle’s extraordinary achievements — record graduation rates, putting higher education within reach for all families, and creating new opportunities for our kids to be on pathways to careers — should inspire each one of us to be part of the mission to make L.A.’s schools the best in America. Amy and I are deeply saddened by her passing, and send our love and prayers to Michelle’s daughters, her parents and brother, and the entire LAUSD family.” King became LAUSD superintendent in January 2016. In September of the following year she went on medical leave, then announced in January 2018 that had cancer and would not be returning to her job. King did not specify the type of cancer for which she is being treated. “I am very thankful for the outpouring of support I have received from the entire L.A. Unified family, our community partners and my colleagues across the nation,” she said in 2018. “As I aggressively fight this illness, I ask that you continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers.” Members of the district’s Board of Education issued a joint statement thanking King “for 33 years as an exemplary educator, inspirational role model and steadfast leader.” “Having dedicated her career to the district, it is now time for Dr. King to focus her incredible strength and energy on her health,” the board statement said. “We wholeheartedly support her decision to retire, and will continue to keep her in our thoughts and prayers as she faces the challenges ahead.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] King earned a doctorate in May from the USC Rossier School of Education. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from UCLA and a master’s degree in administration from Pepperdine University. She was educated in LAUSD scholls, attending Century Park and Windsor Hills elementary schools, Palms Junior High School and Palisades High School.
03 Feb 19
Pasadena Star News
LOS ANGELES — Former Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Michelle King died Saturday at the age of 57, the district announced. On behalf of the entire @LASchools family, we are deeply saddened to share that our beloved former Superintendent, Dr. Michelle King, has passed away. Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with – and for – Dr. King…https://t.co/4Nz9ydGlhL pic.twitter.com/I19nGg3d4o — L.A. Unified (@LASchools) February 3, 2019 “Words cannot begin to describe the sorrow we feel, the love we shared with — and for — Dr. King, and the lasting impact she had on our communities,” a district statement said. “Her dedication to uplift every student, family and employee within Los Angeles Unified was second to none. “As a Los Angeles Unified graduate, parent, life-long educator, and the first African American woman to lead the district, Dr. King was truly an inspiration. She was a collaborative and innovative leader who broke down barriers to create more equitable opportunities for every student. Her warmth, love and generosity transformed countless lives and left a legacy that will continue to impact us for generations. “We offer our heartfelt condolences to Dr. King’s daughters, parents and brother, as well as all of her family and friends whose lives she so deeply and positively touched.” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti praised King’s contribution to local education. “Dr. Michelle King’s life and career encapsulated what it means to be an Angeleno: excellence, kindness, integrity, service above self,” Garcetti tweeted. “She devoted her entire professional life to students in Los Angeles, and led our school district with all of the passion, skill and determination that it takes to be a powerful fighter for young people and their dreams. Michelle’s extraordinary achievements — record graduation rates, putting higher education within reach for all families, and creating new opportunities for our kids to be on pathways to careers — should inspire each one of us to be part of the mission to make L.A.’s schools the best in America. Amy and I are deeply saddened by her passing, and send our love and prayers to Michelle’s daughters, her parents and brother, and the entire LAUSD family.” King became LAUSD superintendent in January 2016. In September of the following year she went on medical leave, then announced in January 2018 that had cancer and would not be returning to her job. King did not specify the type of cancer for which she is being treated. “I am very thankful for the outpouring of support I have received from the entire L.A. Unified family, our community partners and my colleagues across the nation,” she said in 2018. “As I aggressively fight this illness, I ask that you continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers.” Members of the district’s Board of Education issued a joint statement thanking King “for 33 years as an exemplary educator, inspirational role model and steadfast leader.” “Having dedicated her career to the district, it is now time for Dr. King to focus her incredible strength and energy on her health,” the board statement said. “We wholeheartedly support her decision to retire, and will continue to keep her in our thoughts and prayers as she faces the challenges ahead.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] King earned a doctorate in May from the USC Rossier School of Education. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from UCLA and a master’s degree in administration from Pepperdine University. She was educated in LAUSD scholls, attending Century Park and Windsor Hills elementary schools, Palms Junior High School and Palisades High School.
02 Feb 19
Peter Askind Blog

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