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22 Mar 19
Ellen Ball Art

Our uni trip to Berlin was packed and hectic, but I saw some art there that definitely inspired me and captured my interest. The variety of work we saw was huge and I was surprised by the vastly different works that caught my eye. I tried to view every different exhibition/collection with an open mind […]

22 Mar 19
Orlando Scoop

Happy Freebie Friday!  It’s hard to concentrate on freebies on an empty stomach. Fill up with a free Wendy’s Biggie Bag, which includes a Bacon Double Stack and chicken nuggets. Wash that deal down with free beer! Sip 20 free craft beers at local breweries with a PubPass that’s good all year. Meanwhile, on the retail scene, Walmart is ending its popular […]

22 Mar 19
Free Speech Collective

On February 19, 1990, Lassa Kaul, director of the government-owned Doordarshan television station, was shot dead by militants in Bemina area of Srinagar. The killing prompted the station’s closure for three-years. On March 1, 1990, P N. Handoo, Assistant Director of Information was shot dead inside his office at Balgarden, Srinagar. On April, 23, 1991, murder of Al-Safa […]

22 Mar 19
The Yuppie Hobo

Who knew that a quick weekend trip after New Years to see my Ohio family would have such a dairy theme? The day I left I looked at my maps and various websites and a theme ran through the silly sights I found: cows. I was going to see some fake cows and name a […]

22 Mar 19
Nika’s Blog

After completing the TV series, Making a Murderer, I have come to believe that Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey are both guilty of the murder they were accused of. Because of the way the directors and writers portrayed the case, many people believed that Steven Avery was wrongfully convicted for a second time. Though, other […]

22 Mar 19
Wales since 1945

On Tuesday 14th December 1976, the Sex Pistols descended upon the Castle Cinema in the valley town of Caerphilly on the crest of a wave of moral outrage and sensationalist media reports during their Anarchy tour. The significance of this performance was the reaction that it received from those who believed it represented the final […]

22 Mar 19
NATION AND STATE

Between 300 and 400 bodies have washed up along a road in Mozambique following devastating Cyclone Idai, which ravaged the eastern African nation last week. According to CNN, citing an eyewitness account, the bodies were found on a road near the city of hard-hit city of Beira. Zimbabwean Graham Taylor said the death toll is […]

22 Mar 19
The SAFIA Blog

Posted on: BBC | March 22nd, 2019 The death toll in a huge blast at a chemical plant in eastern China has jumped to 47, with 90 badly injured, according to state news agency Xinhua. Many neighbouring factories inside the industrial park caught fire after the explosion. China’s earthquake administration reported a tremor equivalent to […]

22 Mar 19
ARAKAN TIMES DAILY ONLINE

Irrawaddy News MRAUK-U, Rakhine State—At least five people were killed when government troops opened fire on Say Taung village in northern Rakhine State’s Buthidaung Township on Thursday night, according to several witnesses. The soldiers were said to be from the Myanmar Army (or Tatmadaw)’s Light Infantry Division No. 22 Upper House lawmaker U Maung Kyaw […]

22 Mar 19
Jon Bius Scale Models

I’m not exactly sure when my love for Spitfires began. It’s one of those things that I don’t actually remember the beginning… it’s just always been there. I know it has to be traced back to my dad. My love of airplanes came from him. He had his private pilot’s license, and I grew up […]

22 Mar 19
Iced coffees and cold porridge

Moving house is always stressful, and more so with a baby wanting attention. You try to pack while he is asleep but you can only do so much without making too much noise. Here are some hacks to help packing run more smoothly for your family.

22 Mar 19
The Quarter Life Crisis

Hi friends! Today I’m going to be a lil self-centered and share with you a day in the life of Ashley — me! TBH I have always loved reading these types of posts from bloggers because I am kinda nosy and like seeing what other people do in their day-to-day lives. Most of my weekdays […]

22 Mar 19
CHANDLERS STEAKHOUSE

With Easter right around the corner, if your family prefers to dine out for the holiday (or want to try it this year), it’s about time to pick out the restaurant for the special Sunday. As one of the busiest days of the year for many dining establishments, you can expect reservations at local downtown […]

22 Mar 19
Adventures in Cemetery Hopping

For the past two weeks, I’ve shared stories from Omaha’s Temple Israel Cemetery. Most graves there are marked, even if it’s a small stone, because their loved ones could afford to purchase one. The story is quite different at Omaha’s Potter’s Field, located at 5000 Young Street near the intersection of Mormon Bridge Road. It’s […]

22 Mar 19
Jay Rickards blog

Netflix vs. regular TV Netflix has surpassed regular TV. In such as short period of time it has taken over the industry. Regular TV is much more spendy than netflix: “DirecTV’s (entry) plan is $88 in a two-year contract that charges $20-a-month early termination fees while the Dish Network comes in at $74.99. This includes […]