Hawkins And Kent

14 Dec 18
Packed with Packards!

In my attempt to get more people to write for this blog, I sent a flurry of messages, some of which were emails and others which were on other forums, earlier this year. [1] Here I take from a couple of messages  to me from Packard descendants. I’ll let them speak for themselves in the […]

13 Dec 18
Weapons and Warfare

At 1930 hours on the evening of Saturday, 1st April, a train pulled into Dimapur station, loaded with troops and kit. The first contingent of the 2nd Division had arrived—the 7th Worcestershires, and advance detachments from the other two units in the brigade, the Dorsetshires and the Cameron Highlanders. The Brigade Commander, Victor Hawkins, was […]

13 Dec 18
Weapons and Warfare

When daylight came, Laverty soon saw the Japanese intruders were concentrated in the bakery area, where ovens were dotted over the hillside, and he ordered his ‘D’ Company to destroy them. The job was tricky, not only because the trees obscured observation, but because the enemy now had some 75-mm. guns on G.P.T. Ridge, which […]

11 Dec 18
National Post

JANUARY 2018 1 – DeMar DeRozan scored a career-high and Toronto Raptors franchise single-game record 52 points in a 131-127 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in overtime. 1 – J.T. Miller’s overtime goal lifted the hometown Rangers to a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres in the NHL Winter Classic at Citi Field in New […]

10 Dec 18
kelly florentia

Today I have the lovely and incredibly talented Beverley Harvey on my blog, talking about her debut Seeking Eden and her writing in general. So, sit back with a cuppa and enjoy. Hi Beverley. Thank you so much for being here today. Firstly, can you please tell us a little bit about yourself? Wow, what […]

08 Dec 18
Ed B on Sports

Catherine Bailey was born in London, England. She is an actress, known for A Quiet Passion, The Crown, And Then There Were None, Mr Selfridge and Midsomer Murders as well as leading roles in London Theatres such as Shakespeare’s Globe, The Criterion, Theatre Royal Haymarket, The Young Vic, Tricycle Theatre, Hackney Empire and the Royal […]

07 Dec 18
dereksmusicblog

Fame Northern Soul . Label: Kent. Mention Southern Soul, and there are certain record labels that spring to mind, including Stax, Hi Records and Fame Records. It’s no exaggeration to say that these three labels are synonymous with Southern Soul. Together they released some of the greatest music in the history of Southern Soul.  Indeed, the […]

07 Dec 18
insidetimsbrain

Christianity left Israel as a Family, moved to Rome as a Religion, went to England as Politics and ended in Africa as a Business. Before the advent of Christianity, Jewish people were merely a religious lot, ardently practicing Judaism inherited from their fore fathers, and synagogue worshippers. With the Pharisees and Sadducees overseeing its affairs. […]

05 Dec 18
American Literary Review

Issues Liquid State – Christy Lee Rogers Fall 2018 Poetry Joseph O. Legaspi, Donald Levering, John McCarthy, Maya Phillips, John Poch, David Salner, Marjorie Stelmach, Katherine Stingley, Richard Terrill, Brendan Walsh, Kathleen Winter Fiction Kristen Arnett, Wynne Hungerford, David Priest Nonfiction  Sheldon Costa, Melissa Matthewson Interview  Ruth Williams, author of Flatlands; ​interviewed by Brian Clifton […]

01 Dec 18
Eagle Athletic Club

Club Notes for November 2018… by Karen Bevan and the news team [eagleAC] Eagle AC weekly club email 29.11.2018 EAGLE AC Weekly Club Email Evening all Hope the week is going well and that storm Diana did not disrupt things too much. It was a pretty quiet running week this week by the look of […]

30 Nov 18
The Blerdy Report

Black Lighting Review   Whatsup Blerdy Report family I am here with a review for Black Lighting (I am attempting to keep it spoiler light while still marveling at the show so bear with me people.) Season: 1 Episodes: 13 Runtime Per Episode: 42 minutes For a long time I’ve been waiting and wanting an […]