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20 Jun 19
News Directory

After another winter that greatly contributed to the spring for a little too long, it's time to put our arms around the summer in Maine. For a few months each year, the emphasis is on sandy toes, hot nights and every drop of fun before the first frost. The list of wonderful summer events could […]

20 Jun 19
Latest News

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20 Jun 19
The Cinemaholic

‘Grand Hotel’ is a TV series that centers around the many events and people in and around the eponymous hotel. The owner of the hotel is Santiago Mendoza. He lives within the premises along with his second wife and his children. They live quite a happy and comfortable life. The story also depicts the lives of […]

20 Jun 19
The Charlotte Moms Blog

Charlotte has plenty of different ways to cool-down, from lakes to splash pads and water playgrounds. But where to go? Here’s some guide to water destinations in and around the Charlotte. 1. Carolina Harbor Waterpark at Carowinds 14523 Carowinds Blvd Charlotte, NC 28273The beauty of the Carolina shoreline matches the thrills of Carowinds at Carolina […]

20 Jun 19
Tasmanian photographer | Thomas J. Nevin (1842-1923)

“The Flying Squadron arrived at Hobart Town on Sunday 2nd January. The Squadron consists of H.M.S. Liverpool, 30 gun steam, frigate, 2,056 tons; -H.M.S. Endymion, 21-gun steam frigate, 2,480 tons; H.M.S Scylla, 10-gun steam- corvette 1,467 tons; H.M.S. Liffey, 30-gun steam frigate, 2,654 tons; H.M.S. Barrosa, 17-gun steam corvette, 1,700 tons; H.M.S. Pheobe, 30-gun steam frigate, 2,800 tons. Large numbers of spectators assembled in various spots to watch the little fleet coming up the harbour under full sail. His Excellency the Governor and suite paid a visit to Rear-Admiral Hornby on board the Liverpool. During the stay of the Squadron, the vessels were thrown open for public inspection and thousands of persons availed themselves of the opportunity. The Liverpool was of course the ship which attracted the greatest number of visitors. The officers had a gay time of it during their eight days stay. They were entertained by the Governor to several dinner parties, to a grand ball at Government House, to a lawn party at the same place, followed by an old colonists’ ball, a regatta, a cricket match, in which both the Governor and Admiral Hornby took part, concerts theatrical entertainments, a picnic at Fern Tree Gully, &c., so that time did not by any means hang heavily on their hands, and they must have left the “tight little island” with the impression that they had a jolly time of it, and had been exceedingly well treated….”

20 Jun 19
News Directory

WEAR-Channel 3 in Pensacola said that over 70 firefighters after 4 o'clock responded to the Central Circuit Harbor at Port Perdido, Escambia County, where 12 units were destroyed. A further 12 units were destroyed in a nearby community, along with one family home, and the television station said.

20 Jun 19
Parth's Blog 👨🏻‍🎓

Nova Scotia is home to over 160 historic lighthouses and these majestic beacons can be found throughout the province. Some of our lighthouses are world famous! Peggy’s Point Lighthouse is one of Nova Scotia’s most well-known lighthouses and may be the most photographed in Canada. Located in the quaint fishing village of Peggy’s Cove along […]

20 Jun 19
allbettsareoff

Today I’m thrilled to welcome author Jacqueline Diamond as she talks about the inspiration behind her stories. Read through to the end to find out how you can enter her giveaway. The question that readers most often ask, in my experience of writing more than a hundred novels, is: Where do you get your ideas? […]

20 Jun 19
"Greatest Generation" Life Lessons

  Marian Dunlap Irwin And now some late news from Marian. “Practically a week since I’ve been here in the fair city of Jackson – – and high time that I got a letter written to you. On the last day of our trip we had tire trouble – – not too bad, really, and […]

20 Jun 19
Lux Exposé

With the kids almost home from school for the summer, it’s time to start thinking about adventures and activities to get them out of the house and spend some quality family time together. While many of us love the beach and waterparks, summer is the perfect time to explore educational or cultural institutions with your […]

20 Jun 19
Data-Labor-Technology

Cannes is in the home stretch. Expect to hear scratchy voices, glassy eyes and possible a walking boot or three. So far what’s been notable this week is how the conference overall, at least in public, has decided to focus on big issues of diversity, inclusivity, even climate change. It’s clear that the Cannes Lions […]

20 Jun 19
X i ǎ o x ī n w ǒ d e x ī n

Chapter Eight Richard watched as Maya sat sideways on the couch, her back against the arm and her knees doubled in front of her. She looked comfortable and completely relaxed, which was more than he could have hoped for given how stupidly he’d sprung the whole engagement thing on her. After her initial fury, though, […]

20 Jun 19
The Wentworth Report

US: Perfect “Perfect Storm” Is Coming, by Jim Rickards. The three elements: The first storm is impeachment. Impeachment of a president by the House of Representatives is just the first step in removing a president from office. The second step is a trial in the Senate requiring a two-thirds majority (67 votes) to remove the […]

20 Jun 19
News Directory

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