BLTF 021719 D-I The start to the 2019 NCAA Men’s D-I Lacrosse season is giving signs of a seismic shift in leadership. Traditional top teams including Johns Hopkins, Syracuse, Virginia, and Duke have suffered losses while teams that have been just on the outside looking in—Colgate, Towson, Penn State and High Point—are making some early […]
I for one can NOT sing. Can you grasp the idea of a Gorilla singing better than you? Many people do not know the complexity and intelligence that Gorillas are capable of. Gorillas are the largest living primates on the planet. Naturally most would not expect them to be capable of such extraordinary talents. Believe […]
If your springtime looks a little chilly, I’ve got a great selection of books you can cozy up to. I’ve picked out 15 new Gothic books you can read this spring, so get ready to lose yourself in a classic genre full of mystery and madness.
Decisions, decisions! I’d worked out that I needed Tuesday to be a prep day for the Wye Spring Festival on Wednesday and Thursday, so I definitely wanted to do something on the Monday. Newbridge was tempting, throwing up some serious Bream weights and probably good for Roach too, but I was still a bit miffed […]
Introducing Killian Maher-Dunne, a sports writer and Shamrock Rovers fan, who will be contributing a weekly recap of the Premier Division, as well as a monthly feature article. The League of Ireland kicked off this weekend on Friday, 15th of February, and did not fail surprise anyone. The season had been eagerly awaited by […]
by Paddy Henry Declan Devine’s new look Candystripes soared to the top of the SSE Airtricity League on Friday with an impressive 3-0 win over a lacklustre UCD side Sheffield United loanee David Parkhouse netted on his debut at the Brandywell netting from close range 20 minutes in The home side doubled their advantage shortly […]
Bristol Skype Fellowship and Teaching A big thank you to Pedro and Ana Riberio who run the fellowship for Kim and I as we were ministering in Norway with the wonderful believer there, Welcome to Kelly Drennan from Florida who join us for the first time In Skype Fellowship and is on fire for God. […]
The League of Ireland kicked off this weekend on Friday, 15th of February, and the League true to it’s word did not fail surprise anyone. The season had been eagerly awaited by all, from the mites of Dundalk under new management in Vinny Perth, to the newly promoted teams of Finn Harps and UCD. Every […]
Big crowds at every ground. The opening day attendances in the League of Ireland on Friday night was very positive. Nearly 3500 turned up at Richmond Park, 2900 at Dalymount Park, over 4000 at the RSC, 3500 at the Brandywell Stadium and 3000 at Oriel Park were all unprecedented turn outs before kick-off. Bohs and […]
The Harry Kenny era got off to the perfect start at Richmond Park last night as they beat perennial title contenders Cork City 1-0.
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BLTF 021019 D-I BEARS vs. BEARS Cleveland State (Justin Conner) 8 Michigan (Zach Johnson) 10 With five minutes left in the second quarter, Michigan led 7-0 and it look like a historic rout was on. The Vikings found their game and by launching their own 6-0 were able to trim Big Blue’s lead […]
Health care is becoming increasingly complex as a result of the developments in therapy and changing demography. Health care is a massive service industry and one of the largest parts of the economy in high-income countries. Like most service industries, health care relies heavily on human resources, and costs can be controlled by skill substitution […]