Hackett

18 Jul 19
SHOUT ABOUT IT

Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett announces his 2019 European Tour. Setting off on 2nd November 2019, Steve and his band will perform 20 shows around the UK. Joining Steve on the tour are his regular musicians Roger King (keyboards), Jonas Reingold (bass), Rob Townsend (saxes/flutes), Nad Sylvan on vocals and Craig Blundell (Steven Wilson, King […]

18 Jul 19
CAFOD Northampton

CAFOD offers a huge amount of really helpful learning resources and St Thomas Aquinas School Bletchley have been using some of these in the ‘Come and See’ RE curriculum around the ‘Universal Church’ theme this term.  Cathy Stormonth – CAFOD Education volunteer was invited to deliver some workshops and writes: Year 6  The Work of the Worldwide Christian Family for the […]

18 Jul 19
Rizziesdayout

“Take me back”, “Can’t wait to go back”, “I want to go back” – we all have seen/used these captions on our Facebook or Instagram posts or at least thought about it celebrating some of the amazing places we or our friends have been to. In fact it is very common for us to reminiscence past […]

18 Jul 19
freedownloadmves.com

REQUEST TV-SHOW HERE DRAMA | SCI-FI IMDB Rating : 6.8/10 Rotten Tomatoes : 63% The InBetween is an American drama television series that premiered on May 29, 2019 on NBC.The InBetween follows Cassie Bedford, who was born with a gift, though she may call it a curse. She can see and communicate with the dead, […]

18 Jul 19
We Can Hackett

We had the opportunity to try another fun product from Crafty Classroom! This summer we got to use the Pattern Block Activity Bundle.  Wow!!! This bundle is huge!!!!! I have absolutely loved everything I have used from this company!  Two years ago I used their R. E. A. D. Curriculum Notebook to teach my daughter […]

18 Jul 19
News Directory

Researchers have been diagnosed with cardiovascular diseases. Using data from the Sleep Apnea Cardiovascular Endpoints Professor Doug McEvoy from Flinders University says: t Data Protection, Flinders University experts and collaborators at the Department of Education and Skills t Prior studies Investigation of the effect of CPAP on mood with various experimental designs and lengths of […]

18 Jul 19
Angela's Bookish Adventures

This book review focuses on the key takeaways from the book. If I were rate this book between 1 to 5, I personally would give this book a four star. The author presents his research about the impact and power of questioning. Through this book, I gained new insight about the power of asking the […]

17 Jul 19
Jim Donnelly On Wheels

The speculation turned out to be dead-on accurate. The Ford Motor Company and Volkswagen are planning their entree into the world of self-driving vehicles in a very big way. They’ve pledged to commit a staggering combined $7 billion in Argo AI, a Pittsburgh-based startup with more than 500 employees that develops self-driving platform architecture for […]

17 Jul 19
Musings of a Second Generation SCAdian

Doctor John Dee was the most prolific and famous of the Elizabethan occult magicians.  His works are still referred to today in modern esotericism.  Due to his position in Queen Elizabeth I’s court as her personal astronomer, it is no wonder that his published works were widely read throughout England and popular with those interested […]

17 Jul 19
#OpenWeb

Connected #252: Full Oracle Mode by Stephen Hackett

17 Jul 19
Packers Wire

“Life’s good. It’s exciting,” Rodgers said about the changes for the Packers this offseason.

17 Jul 19
Dough 4 Degrees

Dough 4 Degrees is collaborating with No More Interviews, LLC to give back to their hometowns. Danielle Jeffers, the founder of Dough 4 Degrees, and Corey Hackett-Greene and Kevin Stephenson, the co-founders of No More Interviews, are giving 500 bookbags filled with school supplies and 200 teacher appreciation gifts to each location on the In […]

17 Jul 19
Zoraida Ceballos - Blog de Boxeo

PHILADELPHIA –“I’m going to be on the Olympic team,” 15-year-old Paul Kroll once said to fellow fighter and future coach Greg Hackett. Kroll was right. He made the Olympic Team, but after qualifying at the international level, Kroll became caught Ver Fuente

17 Jul 19
Spend Culture

Purchases are an integral part of nearly every business. So are the headaches that come along with buying. That is unless a purchase approval process has been put into place to streamline and facilitate things. What Is an Approval Process? An approval process dictates exactly how something – purchases in this case – must be […]

17 Jul 19
KXAN
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Texans and Democratic presidential candidates Julian Castro and Beto O’Rourke are falling behind the rest of the pack in the inter-party struggle to take on President Trump in November 2020. Financial documents released this week from the two campaigns can tell a troubling story when you look at their major competitors. Julian Castro, former San Antonio Mayor and Obama-era HUD Secretary, has $1.1 million in his campaign bank account, according to financial documents from the Federal Election Commission. Throughout the race, he’s raised $3.9 million and spent $2.9 million. He reported a large influx of donations after a well-regarded debate performance in late June, doubling his intake from the first quarter to the second. In April, May, and June, his campaign raised $2.8 million. According to a detailed FEC report, Castro’s team spent big on digital advertising. Castro’s campaign spokesman Sawyer Hackett told KXAN they’re optimistic after the second quarter because they were the Q2 candidate with the most donations under $200, a sign of broad support among voters. Castro plans to hire new staffers in early voting states, like Iowa and New Hampshire, and at the headquarters in San Antonio according to Hackett. O’Rourke has more money than Castro, but has spent more than he took in during the last three months; an early sign of campaign troubles according to political observers. In a memo to supporters, O’Rourke’s campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon highlighted positives of the last three months but also laid out where they go next. The positives for O’Rourke: nearly all of the fundraising in the past three months came from small online donations under $200 and half of their donations were from new donors. “When you look at our fundraising in aggregate, we’re in a great position,” said O’Malley Dillon. “I won’t sugarcoat it: we have work to do, but we have the resources we need to execute our strategy.” The campaign’s strategy focusing on early voting states like Iowa then hopes to win a bunch of delegates from O’Rourke’s — and Castro’s — home state of Texas. According to a campaign newsletter, O’Rourke is launching 11 field office in Iowa, bringing his total paid staffers up to 44 in the state; an expensive move. O’Rourke, the former El Paso Congressman, took in less money than he did during the first quarter. He raised $3.6 million in the April, May, and June according to FEC documents. His campaign spent $5.3 million, a high “burn rate” — the ratio campaigns gain to spent among politicos. “He’s spending for champagne on a beer budget, that’s what O’Rourke’s doing right now. He’s got to figure a way to cut cost and bring in more money,” said Brian Smith, a political science professor at St. Edward’s University. Smith says O’Rourke needs a financial boost similar to what he received after a viral video in 2018, in his run against Cruz, showed him describing his thoughts of players kneeling for the national anthem. He brought in more than $80 million for that race for the U.S. Senate. Cruz eeked out a victory then. “It is hard to do because there are so many candidates out there and it’s going to be really hard for him to break out of the pack without shooting himself in the foot or be seen as pandering too much,” said Smith. He still has $5.2 million in his campaign coffers; nearly five times Castro’s amount but not enough to compete with the top-tier in the Presidential race. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg have $20 million or more in their campaign war-chest after the second quarter. “We’re starting to see a separation between the five or six candidates at the top and the rest of the field. When candidates realize they can’t raise any more money when they’ve asked all their friends, they’ve given the max, then it’s time to drop out,” said Smith. The Democratic candidates will face each other in another nationally televised debate at the end of July. After that, the Democratic National Committee raised the stakes for the September Houston debate; candidates must have 130,000 individual donors and be at 2% or more in four national polls. O’Rourke has qualified; Castro has not, still needing to reach 2% in four polls. All far short of the incumbent Trump, who reports $56.7 million for his reelection bid. The election is far off, November 2020.