To get any of above e-book for free, e-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1 1492 Mary Johnston 2 1984 George Orwell 3 1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described Edward S. Ellis 4 1001 Q and A on Orthography and Reading B. A. Hathaway 5 13 Days – An Escape from a German Prison John Alan Lyde Caunter 6 […]
Thanks for visiting my website and reading my Blog! This is the first Blog of many that will talk about some of the projects that I have worked on over the years. I will look forward to reading any comments and would be happy to answer any questions that you have at anytime. Please contact […]
UKULELE MUSIC Two types of people occupy a cloud— One off-punk, the other oversharing. An enormous scaffold out of nowhere shears The cloud in two, they drift apart. That’s sort of what it’s like moving cities In your smart blue jacket, making enemies At breakfast over hash browns, onions, brash opinions. Morning […]
With talk of who the king of R&B is, it’s almost more noteworthy to discuss why this has become more irrelevant over time. Music entertainment is filled lately with the new SoundCloud rappers, pop rap with the likes of Drake , Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, and of course the more traditional rappers who have […]
Continuing his unbelievable start to 2019, Lewis Capaldi has today announced his eagerly awaited debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent – out May 17th on Virgin EMI. To mark the news, tickets have also gone on sale for his largest ever UK headline tour which includes a night at London’s O2 Academy Brixton […]
As legend has it: among the Chinese Zodiac’s 12 animals, the pig comes last because it was the final one to arrive to a party thrown by the Jade Emperor — lazy sauntering being a characteristic trait of the animal. The folktale was perhaps less fitting this past Saturday evening, as the San Francisco Symphony […]
Ringing in the Year of the Pig properly, Lilou the Pig, San Francisco’s official “therapy pig,” made an appearance, posing for photos in a sparkling bow and with hooves painted a lucky Chinese red.
If the Maple Leafs and Raptors are looking for the perfect 20th birthday present for Scotiabank Arena, how about a Stanley Cup or Larry O’Brien Trophy? As much as the arena has been a commercial success — the third busiest in North America and eighth busiest in the world, according to the event trade magazine […]
Dear Reader: The 1st Academy Awards was truly like no other in the ceremonies’ history. It was a private dinner held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Thursday, May 16th, 1929, with under 300 guests in attendance for $5-a-ticket, and lasted a mere 15 minutes. The moment was not broadcast on radio (or television, obviously) […]
Episode 9 “But i don’t think Emeka can forget Hani so easily, does that mean I will say yes to a man that Is still in love with his ex and he’s still grievously hurt from the separation? What about me, don’t i have a right to be happy, to love and be loved?” Tosin […]
Intel from Chief: AWW YEAH I’m hella down for this one! I can’t wait to get y’all dancing and vibing to my songs. Thank you for the question and I hope you all enjoy the following content. Alright guys and girls this will be a mixed list consisting of many different genres so it won’t just […]
Governor JB Pritzker may soon sign a bill to gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. What would that mean for restaurants and bars in Illinois? The Illinois Economic Policy Institute (ILEPI) has answers to common questions.
Need some tracks to round-out that Valentine’s Day playlist?
By Paul Goldfinger, Editor @Blogfinger. In order to read this post, you need to start the music first: I went to photograph Jim—to ask him for help with Blogfinger, but he looked at me through his sunglasses, he stared for short while, and then he said, “Paul, we’ve known each other many years, but this […]
The following individuals have earned the honor of being included on the Gateway Technical College Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester. This award is reserved for those students who completed at least 6 hours of postsecondary course work – not including development/remedial credits – and achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or higher. […]