Hackett

13 Dec 18
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 “Blue Back Mitten Run 5K”     December 2nd, men, women, and even kids all got up early to congregate at blue back square for this great annual 5K run. The “Blue Back Mitten Run” is held every year in Blue Back Square to welcome people of the community of all ages and abilities. The […]

13 Dec 18
Magdalena's Musings

Jess (Burgess Collins, American, 1923-2004): The Visitation (II), 1955. Hackett Mill Gallery, San Francisco. Oil on canvas, 22 x 34 in. © Jess Collins. #IRequireArt @irequireart #hackettmill #jess IRequireArt.com I’m reminded this time of year, as we wait for the Christ’s Mass, of the moment of incarnation. When Mary met her cousin and the child […]

13 Dec 18
The Imaginative Conservative

For the ancient myth-maker, there is something at the heart of all of these human events that is worth preserving, something marvelous and worthy of renown, even if the account is not entirely true to life… The second-century satirist, Lucian of Samosata, makes the following inflammatory statement in his True History: [Historical accounts] are intended to […]

13 Dec 18
The things I'll never say

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

13 Dec 18
Thought and Culture

Eventually, each of us will die. Should we fear dying? In this post, I will argue that we should not. We have two choices in how we view our inevitable death: First, if we grant that death should be feared, we value life, but nothing about it. Otherwise, we can say that what is good […]

13 Dec 18
Downingtown East Swimming & Diving Team

Girls Results The East girls team defeated Great Valley by a score of 97-86 in the season-opening home meet. The girls picked up several first-place finishes and put up some fast times (a shout out to Junior Erin Smith for a big time drop and YMCA Winterfest Cut in 100 breaststroke)! Notable firsts include: Lindsay […]

13 Dec 18
Banziger Hulme Fine Art Consultants

Nicolas Baudin’s extraordinary journey came full circle as 13 artworks created on his expedition to Australia between 1800 and 1804 made their epic return to this country more than 200 years later, to be auctioned at Deutscher and Hackett in conjunction with rare book dealers Hordern House in Melbourne on 28 November 2018. Before offering […]

12 Dec 18
Bleeding Cool News And Rumors

The swamp is getting ever-more full over at DC Universe, the streaming service which houses such live-action series as Titans and the upcoming Swamp Thing. Today it was revealed that Sharknado star Ian Ziering is joining the already impressive cast of the series as yet another DC Comics hero, the Blue Devil. According to The Hollywood Reporter, stuntman-turned-hero Blue […]

12 Dec 18
Paula Lindo - Further up and Further In!!!

The San Juan North Secondary School won a slew of awards on November 30 in the Secondary Schools Drama Festival. The school will go on to represent T&T in the Caribbean Schools’ Drama Festival in St. Lucia in 2019. The production of The Curious Cat won awards for Most Outstanding Production; Costume; Set Design; Choreography; […]

12 Dec 18
eight circles

One of the essential aspects of Mindful Eating is becoming curious about the sensations of hunger. When working with my Mindful Eating clients, we explore the sensations of hunger in detail: what does hunger feel like, where does hunger live in the body and what causes hunger to arise? The first stop is always the […]

12 Dec 18
Deadline

Ian Ziering, best remembered as Steve Sanders on Beverly Hills 90210, is joining the cast of the upcoming DC Universe series Swamp Thing in the recurring guest star role of a Hollywood has-been Daniel Cassidy, a.k.a. the Blue Devil. Ziering’s extensive film and TV credits include the Sharknado series, Melrose Place, CSI: NY, What. I Like […]

12 Dec 18
Amanda Ravello: Faith, Love, Grit

What did Paul mean when he said that we “should” walk in good works? Are good works optional for Christians? I would say that good works are not optional for Christians. However, good works is something that comes natural to the Christian once they have received genuine salvation. While good works is not required for […]

12 Dec 18
The Dove

‘This quirky and original Durham-inspired take on the classic, The Wizard of Oz, was made hilariously relevant by jokes concerning freps, college stereotypes and Oxbridge rejects.’

12 Dec 18
Glamorgan Archives

The National Coal Board collection at Glamorgan Archives contains around 4000 glass plate negatives, documenting coal mining in South Wales.  These glass plates illustrate a range of subjects concerning colliery life above and below ground.  As glass plates offered more dimensional stability in comparison to plastic supports, they are often found in large industrial collections […]

12 Dec 18
If This Isn't Nice, I Don't Know What Is

This past Tuesday morning, I was officially sworn in as a Peace Corps Volunteer of Rwanda during a ceremony in Kigali. Me and my cohort were joined at the ceremony by the guest of honor, the Honorable Dr. Eugene MUTIMURA, Minister of Education for Rwanda. The oath of service was administered by U.S. Ambassador to […]

12 Dec 18
jcorradoblog

Tally up the casualties that the hysterical forces of political correctness have amassed over the past 25-30 years and the list is quite impressive: Education: Classrooms from Pre-K to Post Graduate are now riddled with politically correct behavioral standards, curriculum, and grading systems. History books have been re-written and revised to reflect a more “woke” […]