20 Jul 19
Scents of Science

Like the International Space Station, the Gateway will be a permanent and changeable human outpost. Instead of circling our planet however, it will orbit the Moon, acting as a base for astronauts and robots exploring the lunar surface. Like a mountain refuge, it will also provide shelter and a place to stock up on supplies for astronauts […]

19 Jul 19
Noticias Ultimas

Billy Baker ha servido a la gente del condado de Troup durante 35 años como bombero, oficial de policía y más recientemente como diputado. Esa comunidad ahora viene en su ayuda. El mes pasado, le diagnosticaron cáncer de esófago en estadio 4 y la noticia solo empeoró. El pronóstico más reciente de los 57 años […]

19 Jul 19
Cycling in the South Bay

What started as a ridiculous get-together in a dive bar in Redondo Beach has become something astounding: Hundreds of cyclists aggregating on and off the bike to break down barriers, enjoy fellowship, and build bridges where none existed before, or where the ones that did exist were rickety and in dire need of repair. This […]

19 Jul 19
B Square Beacon

At Wednesday’s meeting of the Monroe County Board of Commissioners, the board signed off on an application for the renewal of a grant from the Indiana State Department of Health for a program called Baby and Me Tobacco Free. If it’s approved, the county will receive $29,906 to support a smoking cessation program for pregnant […]

19 Jul 19
Galileo Unbound

Fifty years ago on the 20th of July at nearly 11 o’clock at night, my brothers and I were peering through the screen door of a very small 1960’s Shasta compact car trailer watching the TV set on the picnic table outside the trailer door.  Our family was at a camp ground in southern Michigan […]

18 Jul 19

If you own a pet, you’ve definitely taken a picture of him or her more than once. Belgian photographer Vincent Lagrange does just that for all sorts of animals as a big part of his career. [ Read More ] Thanks to: Robert K Baggs

18 Jul 19
Literary Fictions

When Woolworth’s Closed Its Doors ~ A Short Story by Allen Kopp  He sat on a hard-backed chair and wished he was someplace else. His name was Cleland Entwistle and he was nine years old. It was his day to stay with grandma and it was grandma’s day to visit friends. Come rain or come […]

18 Jul 19

Apex Skin Come From Away NOW – July 28th Connor Palace at Playhouse Square Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink  3427 Tuttle Rd, Shaker Heights, OH 44122 Dietz Floral Studio 1024 Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 2019 Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds Friday, July 19th thru Sunday, July 21st, 2019 […]

18 Jul 19
Avail Farms

LaGrange Keystone’s speedy start jolts Brooklyn

18 Jul 19
Wellness and Words

Libraries are places that invite everyone to visit, become involved, and take advantage of their resources, programs, and services.  The library can make a difference in the lives of vulnerable populations such as immigrants and children as well as people who are homeless, have a mental illness, or struggle with substance abuse (Morgan et al., […]

18 Jul 19
kapatiran stories

By Rev. David Ahearn In the courtyard of Perkins School of Theology, my seminary alma mater, a statue of John Wesley stands. Inscribed on the base of the statue are the words penned by his brother, Charles: “Unite the pair so long disjoined; Knowledge and vital piety.” The words come from Charles’ hymn entitled, A […]

17 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

The launch of the unique Spektr-RG observatory and the restoration of one of the largest radio telescopes in the world in the Crimea shows that Russia is serious about regaining its position as a top force in space, experts told RT. The proton M booster launched at the weekend from the Baikonur Cosmodrome with state-of-the-art […]