FONTVIEILLE Bonjour mes amis, We began our week in Fontvieille with great anticipation. We were really looking forward to a relaxing week in a small village in the south of France, Provence actually. Nothing disappointed, in fact our week was well beyond our wildest dreams. Lance has taken lots of photos and so the story […]
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The graves of sea captain Joseph Blewer and his wife Sarah lie close to the front doors of Gloria Dei (Old Swedes’ Church) in Philadelphia. Capt. Blewer is justly celebrated as a patriot during the American Revolution. Less often acknowledged, however, is the fact that Blewer was a slave owner and spent several years in […]
Martin Fuchs and Clooney. (FEI/Christophe Tanière) America’s Madden chasing her third title The numbers are in as the definite entries for the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 were confirmed earlier this week, with 35 athletes from 18 countries set to line out when the edge-of-the-seat action gets underway at the Scandinavium Arena in […]
Show #9: The Light Burns Blue Where: Elmwood School Director: Angela Boychuk Kendra Jaspers-Fayer, Critic Redeemer Christian High School The allure of fairies is a timeless attraction for young and old alike. Why do people allow themselves to believe in a magical flying creature? Elmwood School has rekindled this age-old question in their enchanting rendition […]
The CW’s Reign is the fictional story about Mary, Queen of Scots, trying to remain in power during a tumultuous point in history. Despite her title, she was a pawn in by the men in her life, and when she did show some amount of agency, she made terrible decisions. All culminating in her abdication, […]
If Queer Eye Season 3 left you with a craving for a certain barbecue sauce from Kansas City, then today may be your lucky day. On Friday, March 22, Netflix will deliver Jones Bar-B-Q sauce to fans who tweet at the official @QueerEye account, using…
A Century of Film Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress The Lists Introduction I have done two previous posts for A Century of Film, one on Best Actress and one on Best Supporting Actress. In those two posts, I discussed the history of each award and all the various groups that give out such […]
Carmen Sandiego is its own work, but it builds upon the franchise in such a way to be part of it instead of separate.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CLUB OF PRINCETON P. O. BOX 3181 PRINCETON NJ 08540 APRIL 2019 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE This is a reminder that there will be an April General Meeting on Monday, April 15, 2019 at All Saints Church. Because this is an additional meeting, we shall need volunteers to bring food. Please contact out hospitality […]
I bought these beautiful old photos at an Antique Fair last month in Devon
Diane Chachere Gaskill, 83, went to be with the Lord in Heaven on March 17. 2019. She was born in New Orleans on October 24, 1935 to Marvin E. Chachere and Diana Marie Chachere (Lafleur) and grew up in Baton Rouge. As a teenager, she and her sister Bobbie Chachere taught ballet and dance while […]
A minimally invasive surgical procedure that targets nerves leading to the kidneys could one day offer a safe way for some people to reduce their blood pressure medications. Scientists find a new way to optimize blood pressure control. Investigators have announced the 6-month results of an international clinical trial on the safety and effectiveness of […]
Ohio Vaughn Hinze, 99, retired, Portsmouth Service Center, Portsmouth, OH, died 2/25/2019 Robert Walters, 94, retired, AEP Headquarters, Columbus, OH, died 2/25/2019 Ballard Howell 80 retired Gavin Cheshire OH died 2/23/2019 Geoffrey Campbell, 70, John E. Dolan Lab, Groveport, OH, died 2/18/2019 Michael McCullough, 72, Steubenville Service Center, Steubenville, OH, died 2/18/2019 George Harber, 76, […]