#WHO OWNS PLATEAU STATE? VOICE OF PLATEAU YOUTHS SET THE PACE AS PLATEAU YOUTHS GATHER FOR THE 2nd EDITION OF VOPY END OF YEAR GET TOGETHER. VOPY IS AN ONLINE/COMMUNITY GROUP WHERE PLATEAU YOUTHS FROM VARIOUS POLITICAL PARTY/INTERESTS CONVERGE TO DISCUSS,RAISE ISSUES AND CONCERNS AS IT RELATES TO GOOD GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PLATEAU. This […]
Cheryl Wheeler (Photo by Catherine Joyce) Folk singers Cheryl Wheeler and John Gorka shared the stage at The Birchmere on Sunday evening, taking turns playing songs and telling stories. In two sets, they entertained the crowd with their heartfelt songs and their trademark humor.
After missing some time this season due to various injuries, Russell Westbrook isn’t concerned with any subpar performances as long as the Thunder are winning.
I’m not sure there is a more iconic fictional story during the holiday season than Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. There are so many theatres around me who are playing various stage adaptations of the novella (speaking of which, why not do some others? I’ve been dying to see the Elf musical or the musical version of A Christmas […]
UN Agenda 2030 is a ‘global roadmap’ to corporate fascism and totalitarian socialism by: Natural News Editor (NaturalNews) The United Nations and its mostly autocratic member regimes have big plans for your life, your children, your country, and your world. And those plans are not limited to the coercive “climate” agreement recently concluded in Paris. […]
BOSTON — With about a third of the typical roster inactive Monday, the Boston Celtics needed someone to step up against the New Orleans Pelicans. Jayson Tatum and Marcus Morris both rose to the occasion. Tatum was Boston’s go-to guy out the gate, scoring nine points in the opening frame. He didn’t slow down in […]
AJPW Giant Series, Tokyo, Japan This is just a match that popped up on YouTube that I wanted to watch. Hansen is still young with the long curly blonde hair. Destroyer has his mask on so I don’t know about his hair.
KISSIMMEE—Graduating Seniors, Audrey Olsheske and Brent Glover, perform recitals to cap off their education at Johnson University. Audrey Olsheske, a Musical Arts student, was first to perform her recital entitled “More Than A Conqueror” October 26th at 6:30 p.m. in the gym. Brent Glover, a Worship Ministry student, followed with his recital entitled “Hold Us […]
“This is not a new issue, and it is quite frankly the dark history of our country, which is specific populations being restricted from meaningful access to the right to vote,” Sen. Kamala Harris of California told The Associated Press.
The fifth NewBoCo Launch Day event on Tuesday night showcased many of the startups that have gone through the organization’s Iowa Startup Accelerator and Social Good Accelerator in the hopes of turning their innovative ideas into a reality. “Over the years, 39 teams have presented and the companies have raised over $9.5 million,” said Eric […]
Jayson Stark received a standing ovation from his BBWAA colleagues when it was announced that he is being honored with the J.G. Taylor Spink Award. The honor is well deserved. The award is given for meritorious contributions to baseball writing, and Stark, who currently writes for The Athletic, has been at the pinnacle of his […]
There are some celebrities that consistently made headlines in 2018. Ariana Grande called 2018 “one of the best” for her career, but “the worst” year of her life. Bradley Cooper wowed audiences in his directorial debut, “A Star Is Born.” Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married as did Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Idris […]
this is my diary from december 12 yesterday i went to judith butler’s lecture in meiji university,
There is a story of a nation Existing from 1100 BC The nation Extremely Linguistic with ethnic and cultural groups With a ranging figure of 400 and 600 languages, cultures and tribes Merged together in 1900 Got her independence from British colony in October 1st 1960 This put an end to British rule, slavery and […]