House Of Staunton

21 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Paula was born in Deerlodge, Montana, but spent most of her pivotal years in St. Louis, Missouri. She survived the awkward glasses/braces/acne years thanks in large part to a healthy sense of humor and the ability to laugh at herself. She then went on to study at the University of Missouri, where she majored in […]

20 Mar 19
Miss Meggie Moo

Hiya! Well once again the time has come and gone and I am leaving Harrisonburg! I can say that we worked really hard and we definitely saw the fruits that come from working hard and of course FOLLOWING THE SPIRIT. We were able to reach our goals and we have given out 65 Book of […]

20 Mar 19
Virginia Water Central News Grouper

For more information, click on underlined meeting dates. Click here for the Commonwealth Calendar listing of all government meetings open to the public, and here for the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall listing of all government meetings of a regulatory nature. For other events, please see the “Announcements” posts at the Virginia Water Monitoring Council Web […]

19 Mar 19
Mark's cross-country trip

Definitely south of the Mason-Dixon line today, driving on winding roads through farms and views of the Blue Ridge mountains and Shenandoah river John Denver sang about yesterday. I first visited Luray Caverns, with amazing formations and droppings and a “cathedral room” with an organ that uses stalagmites and stalagmites as pipes. Then I visited […]

19 Mar 19
Plays with John & Wendy

By John Lyle Belden Regarding “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” I must first note – as others have – that you absolutely do not have to have seen or read the original Henrik Ibsen play to appreciate this follow-up by American Lucas Hnath. I read it in college, and about all I remember about it […]

18 Mar 19
silent grapevine

Kathleen L. Brockway, a native ASL speaker, is a nationally-known Deaf-centered advocate and historian.  She is currently a graduate student in Cultural Sustainability at Goucher College (Towson, Maryland) and is the author of  two books: Baltimore’s Deaf  Heritage (2014) and Detroit’s Deaf Heritage (2016).  She previously had served as a Deaf History Researcher for the […]

17 Mar 19
To Inform is to Influence

Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. Read our anonymous expert’s summary, then the referenced articles very carefully. Russia is restricting immigrants to “pure Russians”.  That sounds like extreme racism to me.  It reminds me of the massacre in Christ’s Church, where Russian neo-Nazis symbols were worn. Coincidence?  Unfortunately, no, this appears incidental to the new […]

17 Mar 19
JC Flooring

Contents Private … including Dade city real estate Huge king size bedroom Bundle duplicates include Worsened worsens worship Worst-marked 90th st. “Living on the lake is like being on vacation every day,” says the 61-year-old, who is active in nonprofits. These days, it takes more than water to sell a waterfront home. Beyond the bucolic […]

16 Mar 19
A Seat on the Aisle

reviewed by Ken Klingenmeier When Henrik Ibsen first produced his 1879 play A Doll’s House, it created a great stir. Presenting the frustrations of Nora, a woman stuck in the societal locks of a traditional 19th century marriage, and having her final act be leaving her husband and children behind to pursue a more substantial […]

16 Mar 19
To Inform is to Influence

Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Another tumultuous week in almost every theatre. POTUS chooses new SACEUR. Russia’s continues its descent. Much distress in Kazakhstan as details of Soviet era genocides become public knowledge. Belarus backflips continue. The screws are tightening on Tehran, while the Caliphate collapses (some very ugly reports on ISIS […]

16 Mar 19
Archy news nety

By the mid-sixties, Kit Carson was one of the most famous men in America. During a 30-year career, his heroic acts as a mountain man, expedition guide, Indian hunter and military man were unrivaled. Newspaper reporters chased him for interviews as he traveled through their cities. Novelists lionized him. Children wanted to grow up and […]

16 Mar 19
Get Lick'd Iceblocks

When I started this blog – I was so excited that I would be able to share with you the excitement of Get Lick’d Iceblocks .  If you refer to my previous blog posts – I did, infact say that I would blog once a week.  I have since discovered that that idea is hard […]