Deportation News: In Israel, Philippine workers facing deportation find solace in faith – Angelus News In Israel, Philippine workers facing deportation find solace in faith Angelus News A group of Philippine mothers and children facing imminent deportation from Israel are finding some solace in their faith, with weekly prayer meetings and … In Israel, Philippine workers […]
It is a shame to see National going through the same painful process that Labour went through after losing the 2008 election. Phil Goff took the poisoned chalice and became leader of the opposition, but he didn’t last long. Things spiralled downwards from there for Labour, until Andrew Little stepped aside for Jacinda Ardern. Labour […]
As a follow up to Tasting Menu, Judith Racht Gallery presents Second Course. Showcasing works by Tim Vermullen, Mark Mulhern, Linda Hoffhines, Michelle Peterson-Albandoz and a drawing by Jonathon Romain, Second Course opens Saturday June 29 from 6-8. Second Course will be on view until July 27.
What’s that? It’s the sound of sleeping presbys on a Sunday morning. Yes, we got a lie in today- much needed! We had a leisurely breakfast and headed off to watch the boys play in the final of their football tournament. Chloe and I played with Wayne’s kids and kicked a football around on the […]
(Names have been changed to protect the families’ privacy.) Religious holidays, wedding planning, and raising kids can all be uncomfortable situations for couples who observe different religious traditions. Intercultural marriage has become increasingly popular throughout the United States, and although many secular Americans welcome this rise in interreligious unions, several of these marriages encounter unique […]
The following post was originally published on Medium. “Why do you always engage them? If you didn’t engage them, they wouldn’t keep talking to you.” It is nighttime and it is bitterly cold and I’m at a bus stop with my then-boyfriend. We’ve just left a performance of some sort and are trying to get […]
Accept Minutes from May meeting. Make any additions and/or deletions as necessary. Librarian’s Annual Evaluation: Can each Trustee send me your input by July 1 for Cathi’s annual evaluation—what is Cathi doing well and what could be improved—we will discuss during the July meeting. After I receive your input, Cathi and Judith and […]
Every year I try to post about some aspect of the situation faced by those who flee their homes due to violence, famine and persecution, each day during Refugee Week. I emphasise ‘try’ – this year I have been struggling with a bit of writers’ block: I have at least two pieces partially composed in […]
Introduction Hello there, and welcome once again to the Modern Art Review, and today I wish to talk about some more art from the distinctive American modern artist Ed Paschke, who has created some interesting and vibrant modern art that is in the traditional of the Chicago School, but adds its own Modernist and […]
Paul VI junior Aliya Rae Garozzo ran the fifth-fastest intermediate hurdles in South Jersey history Sunday at the New Balance Nationals. Garozzo ran 1:00.16 in the fourth of six sections at Aggie Stadium in Greensboro, N.C. She lowered her PR more than three-quarters of a second from 1:00.95, which she ran when she won her […]
by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week.
David Palma (Sabadell, 1976) took over the first female team of CN Sabadell two years ago with the challenge of continuing to give titles to a winning project. After winning the Champions League, Palma faces a summer of changes with some players leaving a blog that continues to find talent at home to renew itself. […]
David Palma (Sabadell, 1976) a repris la première équipe féminine du CN Sabadell il y a deux ans avec le défi de continuer à attribuer des titres à un projet gagnant. Après avoir remporté la Ligue des champions, Palma est confrontée à un été de changements, certains joueurs quittant un blog qui continue de trouver […]
October 2018 School Holiday’s, main plan was to get on down to Canberra, the National Capital to visit Alex and the Boys’s Aunty Judith, which is definitely what happened. Awesome catching up with you Aunty Jude! But I may have hijacked the itinerary a little. Of course we knew that George Nicoll’s manuscript was going […]
Weekly storytimes continue! Registration opens June 17 for the Tween Bootcamp: Scoring “A Trip to the Moon” on July 8 and July 10. Child Car Seat Safety Check Monday, June 17, 9 a.m.–noon Fountaindale Public Library Parking Lot (near drive-thru) The Bolingbrook Fire Department’s certified child passenger safety technicians will examine safety seats for proper […]
Why send yeast to near space? I’ve long dreamed of doing biology research in space. Unfortunately, the wait list for NASA experiments is long, and mere mortals like myself with no institutional support or funding stand little chance of getting an experiment onto the ISS. High altitude model rocketry and independent satellites are likewise out […]