I’ve written so much about opera-singer-turned-food-writer Madame de Ryther, she almost feels like family, so I think it is safe to include her thoughts and recipes in this Friday’s post. But before I do that, I wanted to mention that quite some time ago, blog reader Bill S., who also developed a bit of an […]
Twins to sign Marwin Gonzalez https://ift.tt/2XrPpRw I’ve taken the Braves to task quite a bit in this space lately. This post and then, later, this post got a lot of attention, both from Braves fans who agree and nod their head and those who disagree and think I’m an overly cynical bad fan or whatever. […]
The best motivation comes from within. I chose these inspirational and motivational quotes because they can help you find and nurture the strength within you. They hold the simple secret of success. You can’t always choose your circumstances, but you can choose how you respond to them. Start taking responsibility for your life, your happiness, […]
“Finding Yourself” – Ven. Fulton Sheen’s Guide to Authentic Self-Love An article by guest writer Victoria Keiser on Catholic Sistas, sourced from Venerable Fulton Sheen’s book: Three to Get Married. A great read. We have Fulton Sheen’s book and I don’t believe I’ve read all the way through it yet, but plan to go get […]
A major one. As such, it’s fair to examine their priorities.
It’s been a violent 24 hours in Baltimore with 14 people shot; five of those victims died.
Downtown Brooklyn‘s ever-expanding skyline is set for yet another major imminent addition with the impending rise of 540 Fulton Street. Set to stand 511 feet tall with 327 residential units, the tower will certainly make an impact on the surrounding neighborhood. Designed by Marvel Architects and developed by Jenel Management, the 42-story project will span close […]
Americana is a somewhat generic term used to describe all things uniquely associated with the United States. It includes culture, the arts, and history. On my read through in the 380’s I encountered these two books: Both of these books are very enjoyable adult picture books. They document the history, culture, and arts of […]
Jemima Sherow was the marrying kind, as were most American women in the mid 1800s. Women in her era had few options. They grew up, married, had children and setup housekeeping. Many couldn’t buy property in their own right. With few exceptions, careers weren’t for women and there were limited employment opportunities outside the home. […]
A Fulton woman is dead and another has serious injuries after accident in Columbia yesterday (Thursday) morning. According to the Columbia Police Department it happened on Route WW near Hominy Creek Bridge. A vehicle was going west on Route WW and another vehicle was traveling east when the first vehicle crossed the centerline into the […]
One of the biggest rivalries takes place tonight (Friday) at the Mexico High School when the Mexico Bulldogs boys and girls basketball teams faces the Fulton Hornets. It is also senior night. The Mexico girls have 2 seniors Raigan Playter and Devera Cotton. The Mexico boys salute four seniors tonight (Friday). They are Jai Lawson, […]
Here we are, it’s 2019, but how did all this look a dozen years ago? In this broad-based overview article published in 2006, Professor Lee Chapman of the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Science at University of Birmingham, reviews the impact of various modes of transport with respect to climate change inducing greenhouse gas […]