Travel & Tourism View article source National Geographic On An Epic Drive Through New Zealand “A nation of warmth and color” is revealed to National Geographic Traveler contributing editor Carrie Miller after an epic road trip from Bluff to Cape Reinga. The National Geographic Traveler feature runs 15 pages and 3,000 words of the magazine […]
“Hand over whatevers in the bag.” A young miqo’te thief stood behind Soupa with their daggers, raised as though ready to strike. “C’mon then, hurry up!” Soupa continued scanning the lower decks. “Listen, I’m kinda busy. I really don’t have time for some stupid thief.” He was more worried of finding the blonde hyur he […]
This week’s prompts are at the bottom. Practice makes perfect. Let me know what you think. Here’s how to play along, if you are unsure. It was another cookie-cutter day and Mary found herself sitting at a small bistro table with her friend Cindy on the pavement in front of Starfish Coffee on the High […]
And the Word became flesh and lived among us, and we have seen his glory, the glory as of a father’s only son, full of grace and truth. Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come! Revelation 4:8 INVITATORY AND PSALTER O God, make speed to save […]
Raust’s Rage —Raust— 「Thank you for coming to help!」 Hearing Narsena’s gratitude, I, who just fell in to interrupt the fight, felt relieved I noticed the crisis that befell Narsena because there was a commotion around the guild’s receptionist counter. The guild staff who rarely act was arguing with many adventurers, and the noise could […]
In what was a particularly interesting development on the Guyanese stage, the Georgetown International Academy (GIA) performed Almost, Maine, a play by American actor/playwright John Cariani, directed by Subraj Singh at the Theatre Guild Playhouse last week. There were several significant factors. These include the appearance of an American romantic comedy on stage in Guyana; […]
JOHN WICK CHAPTER 3 Also known as parabellum, is the third entry of the American action thriller film that has proven to be a next generation action film. From hunting the murderers of his dog to being hunted by an assassins guild, after killing a member of the high table, John wick returns with a […]
Với những tín đồ rượu và cocktail, được thưởng thức thức uống huyền thoại là một trải nghiệm không thể bỏ qua. Trong danh sách các món cocktail đáng thử, Basil Berry Margarita là cái tên quen thuộc được nhiều người yêu thích. Cùng tìm hiểu xem cách làm Cocktail Basil Berry Margarita như thế […]
American poetics is asocial, therefore, uncanonizable. I am not talking about changing the canon, therefore creating a new structure of power; discontinuous means uncanonizable. I must apply the principle of quantum mechanics here.
For any quilters who follow me, Craftsy put out a post for 12 quilting challenges, one for each month of the year. https://www.craftsy.com/quilting/article/quilt-guild-challenges/ I’ve wanted to get into quilting and challenges always infuse some extra fun into the process, so I thought I would share.
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It’s continued to be a bit chilly and wet. Since 1 May, we’ve had two days with highs in the 40s, six days with highs in the 50s, 16 days with highs in the 60s (including the last two), 14 days with highs in the 70s (generally the low 70s), and 7 days with highs […]
Five days ago I got back from my first conference put on by Zephyr Conferences, this year’s Beer Now 2019 conference for beer bloggers and influencers. Every year it’s held in a different city meant to highlight a beer scene and brewer’s guild, and this year’s, the conference’s 10th year, was held in Great Falls, […]
Once upon a time, in a small country by the sea, at the highest point of its highest castle, atop two thrones adorned with precious metals, there lived a King and a Queen. Theirs was a long and blessed reign: their people lived in good health, at peace with their neighbors, enjoying brief winters, generous […]
Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill Friday that will allow craft brewery customers to buy and take home their beer.