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24 May 19
Sydney's Travel Log

We’re finally back from Sevilla, which I truly enjoyed, and Tuesday night was when all of us students got to move in with our host families, and our locations are pretty far apart. We usually meet in Alcalá de Henares, and then we will go as a group to whichever location we are volunteering at. […]

24 May 19
The Irish Sun
ANTRIM boss Lenny Harbinson admits losing Mark Sweeney and Peter Healy ahead of the Ulster Championship was a big blow. The pair, who attend college in Dublin, have left the squad as they are sitting exams. Antrim manager Lenny Harbinson during the Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Quarter-Final They will miss tomorrow’s Ulster quarter-final clash with Tyrone at the Athletic Grounds. The Saffrons finished third in Division 4, six points off promotion after losing four games. And ahead of their meeting with last year’s All-Ireland finalists, Harbinson knows they are up against it. He said: “Mark and Peter are two tremendous footballers but there is a big commitment — the travel, having to turn up for training four or five nights a week. CUTTING THE LOSSES “So it is disappointing but you have to look at it both from their education, work and trying to balance sport in between. “Our challenges are probably no different to many other counties. “But a lot of boys put their hands up and committed to the cause. I was very pleased with their commitment during the league. “There’s no reason why any of our players would not love to play in front of 9,000 or 10,000 people against Tyrone. “It would be nice to go out and compete, first and foremost, and put in a very good performance, see where that would take us — either into the semi-finals or if it has to be, through the back door.” THE CHANGE-UP Harbinson has handed SFC debuts to Pádraig Nugent, James McAuley, Patrick McCormick and Kevin Quinn. Attacker James Smith will make his first Championship start at full-forward. There are four changes from the team that beat Limerick in the Saffrons’ final league clash. Nugent takes over in goal from Andrew Hasson while Ricky Johnston, Odhrán Eastwood and Smith come in. [article-rail-section title=”MOST POPULAR IN SPORT” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In the only change for Tyrone, Colm Cavanagh returns to the Red Hands’ midfield after coming off the bench in the preliminary-round win over Derry. Ben McDonnell partners him in the centre. Brian Kennedy drops out as Hugh Pat McGeary switches to corner-back and Pádraig Hampsey moves to No 6.
24 May 19
Vancouver Sun

Congress 2019 will feature thousands of academics at an arts-driven conference with hundreds of events open to the public

24 May 19
Nineteen News

When you think of flowers in art, you probably think of Vincent van Gogh’s sunflowers or Claude Monet’s impressionistic water lilies.  But unless you’re an art gallery regular, you may find it hard to name any famous Australian artwork featuring flowers.  A mother-daughter duo based in Central Victoria is seeking to change that with their […]

24 May 19
Nurturing the Gift of Seeking

What is, and where is the road ahead of us, dear Ones? It feels like this road is not clearly delineated. And, honestly, why would it be? What matters is that it does exist, somewhere in the not so distant future. Interestingly, the feeling of the week is flatness. Not flatness of the landscape, or […]

24 May 19
NEWS ON TIME

Trump’s Golf Costs: $102 Million And Counting, With Taxpayers Picking Up The Tab By Lapo · May 24, 20 Donald Trump’s golf habit has already cost taxpayers at least $102 million in extra travel and security expenses, and next month will achieve a new milestone: a seven-figure presidential visit to another country so he can […]

24 May 19
Wayne's site

For me, international travel is always a journey from anguish to redemption. I tend to be a rolling contradiction of enjoying my routine, yet craving adventure and uncertainty. Struggling with the idea of wandering off far away, yet always grateful for the experience during and after.  Lucky also to have an amazing girlfriend to share […]

24 May 19
Pickup Novels

The young man didn’t give up and circled around the guards, his eyes looking everywhere. His attention was all focused on those few ability holders, his eyes sparkling in excitement and yearning. He greeted them enthusiastically with a few words but found that no one talked to him, making his expression ugly. “Don’t stir up […]

24 May 19
Patchchord News

  Take That celebrated their 30th anniversary at Stadium MK last night, with thousands of people packing out the arena to help them celebrate. Review: Tom Hocknell  Photography: Naomi Dryden-Smith  Unless it’s a love song Gary Barlow doesn’t really do emotion, but even his monotone banter between songs can’t quite believe it’s been 30 years […]

24 May 19
fjordpeaks.com - Arnt Flatmo

What a chaotic week! Peaks visited: (Click on the Peak name link to go directly to the chapter): Peak Height PF Location WCP Skogstadfjellet 728m 229m Jølster, Norway Kariknausen 686m 43m Jølster, Norway Storhornet 497m 497m Giske, Norway WCP Trælvikfjellet 365m 157m Bremanger, Norway Marafjellet 536m 118m Bremanger, Norway Aksla 592m 122m Bremanger, Norway Huldrehornet […]

24 May 19
Still Sealed With Love

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24 May 19
Find that Brightness

I am on a journey and I travel this journey with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! He has guided me all my days, even the ones where I tried find my own paths and justify them with every part of my soul. I can’t go back to the beginning, where it started because it’s […]

24 May 19
Drenched

by Mallory Clarke             The steady rain soaked into my wool socks. My boots made that slush slush sound they do when you don’t come armored sufficiently for late May in the Northwest. I had parked my truck on the edge of Old Mill Road and gotten out. It’s not a road for the faint […]