Hudson North

20 Feb 19
The Movie Crash Course

I’d heard the skeptical talk about Robert Flaherty’s documentary Nanook of the North well before watching it; how some of the shots may have been staged, how the family depicted in the film wasn’t even a real family.  Flaherty, who first encountered the Inuit while working as a prospector sent to the Hudson Bay, didn’t even […]

20 Feb 19
Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS

[ooyala player_id=”e32b1952e526440e8cfb2c72937dad7e” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”c3cHE6YMneRET89rDvIWFLO0U5lj” code=”x4c2lhaDE6h9qkZeuokv1K-k6haeT_jc”] BENTON COUNTY, Ark. (KFSM) — Drivers in Benton County are navigating a lot of road construction.  Now two of the most congested 1-49 intersections are both under construction making it tough for drivers to figure out how to get around. For the next three months, drivers who normally […]

20 Feb 19
Inforrm's Blog

Steve Morgan C.B.E. is an impressive individual. As a young man in the 1970s working for Wellington Civil Engineering, a business that was going to the wall, he borrowed £5,000 and took over one of Wellington’s contracts to put sewers in in Penley, near Wrexham. Fast forward to 2019 and he retires from his business […]

20 Feb 19
Russia News Now

I am continuing to try to understand what is really happening in Venezuela by talking to those who actually know that and, following my interview with Michael Hudson, it is today it is my immense privilege and honor to present you with a full interview I made with His Excellency Mr. Jorge Valero, Ambassador Extraordinary […]

19 Feb 19
TODAY NEWS

TOTTENHAM are reportedly lining up a double swoop for AC Milan…

19 Feb 19
The Inquiring Mind

Lousy format, but viewable – especially if you go full screen. Have been unable to find S01 E03, nor some other episodes, but still worth listening to. I fill in with missing episodes when found. With exception of Episode 3 all now found and posts are linked. Enjoy! About the series Great American Railroad Journeys […]

19 Feb 19
The Cultural Courier

Long time, no see! I’m happy to be back on my blog again. While searching for books to inspire my blogging in 2019, I came across an awesome site called Five Books. In short, this site interviews authors and other experts in various fields to get the best book recommendations for almost every topic you […]

19 Feb 19
MysteryTribune

There is something nostalgic about vintage crime book covers from mid-20th century, a period when bookstore shelves included an abundance of low-cost paperbacks which everyone seemed to be reading. These illustrations, which range from portrayals of femme fatales to tough men who solve their problems with their fists, are in a way an important part of […]

19 Feb 19
Gutter Cleaning Kansas City

New York City developer Alan Bell is looking to bring a residential product to Baltimore that he says the city is currently missing. The self-described “urbanist” and founding principal of the Hudson Cos. Inc. is planning to build 15 “true loft apartments” in two historic buildings at the corner of North Howard and Saratoga streets […]

19 Feb 19
The Columbia Paper

HUDSON–The school board has designated a firehouse on 7th Street as the new place for Hudson residents to vote in school elections. At its February 11 meeting the Hudson City School District (HCSD) Board of Education also covered construction projects, repeating kindergarten, weekend school packs, the budget and the Elementary School Student Council. Until now, […]

19 Feb 19
The Columbia Paper

Edward H. Noroian (1928 – 2019) CANAAN, CT—Edward Hagop Noroian died Thursday, January 24 in Canaan, CT, at the age of 91. Perhaps unknown to many people who knew him, “Ed” embodied the American dream.