Mary Meyer

20 Feb 19
Bright Terrible Spirit

“Cynthia Norwich. Photo for the ‘Domestique’ Sunday color supplement of the Sidbury Times, Sidbury, Connecticut, September 4, 1966. The story noted her election as President of the prestigious North Maple Home and Garden Club. But she also had another life. She was a special confidante of Mary Pinchot — “the secret sharer,” Mary called her […]

19 Feb 19
MysteryTribune

There is something nostalgic about vintage crime book covers from mid-20th century, a period when bookstore shelves included an abundance of low-cost paperbacks which everyone seemed to be reading. These illustrations, which range from portrayals of femme fatales to tough men who solve their problems with their fists, are in a way an important part of […]

19 Feb 19
NACBA Now

Read this Tuesday’s headlines below… Employer-paid student loan repayment help could be coming The Student Debt Trap: Why millennials are settling down later Congressman Delgado discusses farm issues, student loans during town hall meeting Is a Subprime Auto Loan Crisis Brewing? Navient Rejects $3.2 Billion Takeover Bid From Canyon Capital, Platinum Equity Fourth Circuit Compels […]

19 Feb 19

Today we started with Amy Bouton from St. Tammany Parish Government. She updated us on a couple of road projects. She also told us about a replanting program here on the NS that involves schools students as well. Hear her below. Julie came from COAST. They have an event for people curious about Social Security […]

19 Feb 19
Art Isn’t Easy

Wine can often get better with age, so is it possible that various forms of entertainment can as well? I do think films and television shows can age well, but even some of the best can suffer from being too topical or rough continuity errors.  You have some sitcoms like THE GOLDEN GIRLS, which is […]

19 Feb 19
Positively Naperville

Above / Some 500 children’s booklovers, educators and authors are expected to gather on Sat., Feb. 23, when Anderson’s Bookshops celebrate a morning of literature and learning at Bobak’s Signature Events in Woodridge. Anderson’s 17th Annual Children’s Literature Breakfast will be held from 8AM to 12PM Sat., Feb. 23, at Bobak’s Signature Events, 6440 Double Eagle Dr. in […]

19 Feb 19
TONY88

Anne Jacqueline Hathaway (born November 12, 1982) is an American actress and singer. One of the world’s highest-paid actresses in 2015, she has received multiple awards, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, a British Academy Film Award, and a Primetime Emmy Award. Her films have earned $6.4 billion worldwide, and she appeared in the […]

18 Feb 19
RJMeyerArts

Any Portuguese town looks like a bride’s finery – something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.  – Mary McCarthy August 23-24, 2019 Using old school maps we walk along the metro line in Matosinhos until we need to go away from it to find our hostel for the next two nights. (Actually, Randy […]

18 Feb 19
THE ART MUSIC LOUNGE

MILDRED BAILEY: THE ROCKIN’ CHAIR LADY / CARMICHAEL: Rockin’ Chair. What Kind O’ Man is You? Georgia on My Mind. Lazy Bones. Small Fry. CARTER-MILLS: Blues in My Heart. RENE-RENE-MUSE: When It’s Sleepy Time Down South. CLARKSON-VAN STEEDEN: Home (When Shadows Fall). MILHANE-ROBISON: Harlem Lullaby. BERLIN: Heat Wave. I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me […]

18 Feb 19
Your sheep or mine

At Artis, the Amsterdam zoo, the animals aren’t allowed to have names because it humanizes them. It’s a new rule, or new-ish. Caesar the lion was 23 (very old for a lion, said the zookeeper) when he died last year, so now the zoo has one less animal with a name. Ever since I learned […]

18 Feb 19
Matt Edwards

Today’s idea was inspired by the work of my colleague Dr. David Meyer and Mary Saunders-Barton’s “What about the boys?” DVD. Men often struggle as they approach the notes around C4 and above. Often times this is due to laryngeal rise that is accompanied by pharyngeal constriction and/or a lack of ability to lighten registration. […]

18 Feb 19
Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS

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18 Feb 19
The Page

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Mary Cybulski/20th Century Fox It was a big night at the Writers Guild of America Awards for the films Can You Ever Forgive Me? and Eighth Grade, the television series Barry, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Americans and The Assassination of Gianni Versace; and, though he wasn’t nominated in any […]

18 Feb 19
NAIJweb•com™

An Ex-Illuminati Member has posted a list of members of secret society and the Committee Of 300. High Ranking Illuminati member, who spent 47 years in a high-ranking position with the elite secret society says that he wants to reveal everything about the secret society’s plans after it all became “too much to bear” for […]