Museum

23 May 19
National Post

OUISTREHAM, France — There were countless times on D-Day and in the fighting in Normandy that followed when Leon Gautier could have been killed or grievously wounded. He and his comrades in an elite French unit were among the first waves of Allied troops to storm the heavily defended beaches of Nazi-occupied northern France, beginning […]

23 May 19
News Directory

TALLAHASSEE – Former president and politician of Florida State University, Talbot “Sandy” DAlemberte, was widely detected as one of the most remarkable states in Florida and a leader of open government issues to higher education, who died God's afternoon Monday. It was 85 years old. He is a lawyer and professor of much of his […]

23 May 19
Go News Viral

President Donald Trump pivoted to talking about the Mueller report after a combative meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelsoi initially intended to cover infrastructure. | Andrew Harnik/AP Photo white house An angry president makes it clear that he can’t look past the Russia investigation. By NANCY COOK 05/22/2019 07:34 PM EDT President Donald Trump has […]

23 May 19
TrailerTrack

No doubt in time to go out with Godzilla: King of the Monsters in cinemas next week, the trailer for John Crowley’s adaptation of The Goldfinch has been rated overnight by Alberta Film Ratings. We expect it to be released online some time in the next seven days, so be sure to keep an eye out on here for […]

23 May 19
Turtle and Pup

April 28th It was a much better morning waking up to 40 degrees. I didn’t even zip up my sleeping bag, but used it as a blanket. When I woke at 5:30 a.m., I stretched my arms out and my body was killing me from normal day-to-day chronic pain to new pains. I am sure […]

23 May 19
Mountain Bike Tours Cape Town

Cape Town has turned into a great bike neighbourly friendly city, with devoted bike paths in many regions and a portion of the world’s greatest cycle races here too. Cycling in Cape Town is not just a fun and sound pastime—it can likewise be an incredible method to get around the city. Being a part […]

23 May 19
The Lost Museum

Each piece is a story from one of the Dee Park community and will become the centrepiece for Dee Park events, telling the stories of multiple generations. If you have some cloth that tells a story we would love to turn it into a story piece for the bunting. So far we have a gone […]

23 May 19
The Daily Hatch

  Francis Schaeffer discussing Charles Darwin’s autobiography. Charles Darwin also tried to put a positive spin on his evolutionary views.  Darwin wrote, “Believing as I do that man in the distant future will be a far more perfect creature than he now is…”    Francis Schaeffer commented: Now you have now the birth of Julian […]

23 May 19
Avant Music News

Source: Ars Nova Workshop. Thursday, June 13, 8pm SUN RA ARKESTRA + SOUNDS OF LIBERATION + ELI KESZLER Marshall Allen 95th Birthday Celebration & Record Release Celebration Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden $20 General Admission / $100 VIP Tickets* The Sun Ra Arkestra has been hailed as one of the greatest big bands of all […]

23 May 19
Kaspers Travelblog

I had been asked whether I planned to visit more than one of the Japanese isles. And figuring that Miyajima didn’t really count – it being less than a third of the size of Amager, I packed the bags and headed north to Hokkaido – the northernmost of the japanese main islands. Historically, Hokkaido is […]

23 May 19
Hello there stranger.

Inhale. live like you’re dying. inhale the last moments. Sounds morbid but idk what better way to express how I feel lately. With the museum closing less than 1 month. Iam getting emotional and clingy to this building, the people, the ambiance. I guess i could say this is my second home. it was scary […]

23 May 19
French Revolution

Source: Historical Association Pamphlet, General Series, no 47 (London, 1961). Scanned and prepared for the Marxist Internet Archive by Paul Flewers. No period of history has so frequently been rewritten in the light of current preoccupations or been such a repeated battleground of conflicting ideologies as the French Revolution. Ever since Edmund Burke, 170 years […]

23 May 19
Arcynewsy

Sex is the most discussed, joked, thought in our culture. Every adult adult is expected to know how to do it, but beyond the basic mechanics we are not taught and the fiction is timid. We are not short of information on sexual practices – thank you, Fifty shades of gray – but there is […]

23 May 19

In 2018 alone, 82.8 million visited the beautiful and eclectic country of Spain. This was a remarkable feat, setting an all-time high. We’re not even surprised; What’s not to like about this exciting and awe-inspiring country? From the grandeur of its lavish castles, the sun-kissed Mediterranean benches, the hustle, and bustle of the city, the […]

23 May 19
Richard Varr's Travel Blog

Crumbling bluffs, sandstone walls and standalone mesa tops set the scene of one of the country’s most incredible natural panoramas. I’m describing the monolithic structures of Monument Valley, straddling the Arizona and Utah border, used as dramatic backdrops in many old Western movie sets and now one of the most popular places to visit in […]

23 May 19
geriatri'x' corner for the rest of the world

The majestic ocher-colored complex perched on a 40m high rocky outcrop. The Benedictine monastery has huge dimensions. The complex is over 300m long and has 497 rooms. Only a small part can be visited during a guided tour. The museum is located in eleven rooms, followed by the marble hall and the impressive library as […]

23 May 19
The Lost Museum

This is one of our beautiful community presses that has already started gathering around Dee Park. The Lost Museum flower press will enable us to explore the heritage of the flora and fauna and document a year in the life of the estate and the stories that they hold.