No it’s not a traffic jam. These Polo Volkswagens are lined up to be exported. The “design” kept growing throughout the day in Port Elizabeth as the pier was covered with vehicles. Traveling by ship, we have become much more educated in logistics and shipping. Covering 348 ports and 21 countries, Maersk Shipping Company boasts […]
Premieres Video Content For New Song “Trying Like The Devil” Nashville, TN – April 16, 2019 – “Fiercely independent” Aaron Watson reveals the first dates of The Red Bandana Tour with thirteen shows spanning coast to coast on its initial summer swing. As announced today exclusively via Rolling Stone Country, the tour kicks off on June 28 in Watson’s hometown of […]
MILWAUKEE — Poppy, Branch and all their Trolls friends are headed to Milwaukee for their first-ever live tour! “Trolls LIVE!” will come to life on stage at the Miller High Life Theatre Jan. 18 and 19 for five performances. According to a news release, the journey begins when the Trolls’ Hug Time is unexpectedly put […]
Full album currently streaming here. 1. Done Bleeding Released last week via the I Only Listen to the Mountain Goats podcast, Done Bleeding was the first new track I connected with. It’s even more beautiful as an album opener. A longtime drug user finally decides to get clean. They have their reservations, for sure, […]
Here’s two new restaurants to check out in Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood.
Previous Adventures in… is a new series here on Reader Voracious that recaps the events that happened in prior book(s) in a series. I have the memory of a goldfish and given my reading slump I want to avoid the need for me to re-read before diving back into a series for Future Kal. I figured that I would share with you all since I am writing them for myself anyways, because I can’t be the only one with a terrible memory.
Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse was one of my top five favorite books that I read in 2018. If you’ve been anxiously waiting for Storm of Locusts to release so you can see the fate of your favorite characters, the wait is over because it is available today! 🎉 I’m here to remind you of everything that went down in the first installment of The Sixth World series (read my spoiler-free review for Storm of Locusts). Be careful, there be spoilers beyond this point for Trail of Lightning!
What were you doing during the week of April 20th, 1985? Well if you were like me, you were giving New Coke a try and then immediately spitting it out. I’ve written about some of that Summer before, so instead let’s check out the first half of this week’s Top 40. 40. Walking On Sunshine […]
What do the Golden State Warriors, Deloitte, NASA, and Texas Tech all have in common? They’re all undoubtedly good at what they do, sure. But why? A few different researchers have come together to study what makes some of the best teams and organizations in the world so successful. Skill? Intelligence? Perseverance? Nope. While these […]
Have you ever wanted to make a change for not only your community, but around the world? The SeriousFun network allows you to do just that. Emma Knutson, a recent recipient of the SeriousFun Award for her social justice work with sick children, has already made an impact on the lives of many children and […]
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Western Wyoming Community College presents Windows of the World II concert tonight, Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30 PM in the theater. This year’s concert includes a wide variety of music performed by artists Lee Blaske, Bruce Henry, and Rich Manik along with Western faculty and students. A partial list of Lee Blaske’s Album Credits includes […]
I thought I would do a more casual post as I completely forgot to prepare anything and I’m having a bit of a down day. We’ve had some absolutely gorgeous weather this weekend in the UK and it instantly lifted my spirits and motivation. However, I opened the curtains this morning to a grey cloudy […]
Recently I got hooked on the idea of a DYI writing retreat and decided I would do one. After much research, I decided on Woodstock, NY, booked a room at a B&B called the Woodstock Inn on the Millstream, and bought NY Trailways bus tickets. I had the most wonderful, productive time! I already want […]