DNA Testing. I’ve shared on the blog before about how I had my DNA tested through Ancestry.com. My Results. My results came in August of 2016. You can read about that original result in this post: Keys to the Past. After I wrote that post, I received questions about the process for testing and I […]
Miss Mary Of Sweden
Monday – Vilnius We left Lars and his family on Sunday evening. It was weird to say goodbye after staying there for over a month but it also felt good. I love Lars and his family however, adapting to another family for a whole month without having a car etc. to go somewhere else and […]
This is not just a pro soccer site! If we’re to grow the game in the state, let’s evaluate where we are in terms of youth players going on to play in college. I initially intended to do every division (NCAA 1-3 and NAIA), but just Division I took probably 100 man-hours to compile so… […]
Time for some more book gift ideas from the Cafe and Bookstore and here is a selection of novels that any book lover would enjoy. As always when there is a series I will share book one and that is the case for the first author Mary Anne Edwards and The Charlie McLung Mysteries… Here […]
Births seem to have picked up a bit today, and to this end we start with Mary Queen of Scots, or Mary Stuart, or Mary I of Scotland, (not forgetting her stint as Queen Consort of France), who waited all of six days before claiming the throne in 1542. Not wanting to miss out, […]
Sadly, Mary Etta Litsheim, one of our long-time Scandinavian Weavers Study Group members and supporters, died recently and suddenly. A celebration of her life will be held at Saint Anthony Park Lutheran Church, 2323 Como Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota on Tuesday, December 11th. Visitation is at 10am, followed by a memorial service at 11am. I […]
Who Was Stephen Hawking? Stephen Hawking (January 8, 1942 to March 14, 2018) was a British scientist, professor and author who performed groundbreaking work in physics and cosmology, and whose books helped to make science accessible to everyone. At age 21, while studying cosmology at the University of Cambridge, he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral […]
Acid Rain, photo by Tomek Popakul Monday, December 3rd, 2018 12 Episodic Works, 73 Short Films, 4 Special Events Join Festival Slate Park City, UT — Works selected across the Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events sections of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival were announced today, underlining Sundance Institute’s commitment to showcasing bold independent storytelling regardless […]
Hello, friends. (She says with a sigh.) It’s been a long few weeks. Good weeks, but long and with lots packed in. And this thing that I am sighing about: weeks that held a lot of things that almost worked. Being back from the course in Sweden has given me a lot of chances to […]
12 Episodic Works, 73 Short Films, 4 Special Events Join Festival Slate Park City, UT — Works selected across the Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events sections of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival were announced today, underlining Sundance Institute’s commitment to showcasing bold independent storytelling regardless of form, format or length. Kim Yutani, the Festival’s Director […]
With no cash on the rise, there are fewer and fewer charities relying on it. But the Big Issue has announced plans to embrace the technological change, and hopefully boost its homeless vendors' income, by issuing them with card readers. Instead of digging at the bottom of their pocket for notes and coins, Potential purchasers […]
Eileen Daly From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eileen Daly Eileen Daly Born Eileen Mary Theresa Barnes (1963-06-01) 1 June 1963 (age 55) Dulwich, London, England Occupation Actress, model, director, producer, writer and singer-songwriter Years active 1979–present Website eileendaly.net Eileen Mary Theresa Daly (born 1 June 1963) is an English actress, presenter, director, film producer, writer, singer-songwriter and […]
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A heartless tin man, a pair of dazzling red shoes and the yellow brick road all helped the 1939 musical masterpiece The Wizard of Oz, starring Judy Garland, the most influential movie of all time.
Famous for the munchkins, its early use of colour, and timeless songs such as Over The Rainbow, the movie came top out of almost 47,000 films.
It took the crown and cult classics Star Wars and Psycho came in second and third, respectively.
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