Sadly, I was only able to work during one of this week’s Penguins’ games due to competitive cheer regionals taking place this weekend. During Tuesday’s away game, I managed the Penguins Live social media from the radio station during the pregame show, intermission reports and the postgame show. For Twitter, I tweet about […]
In the history of Christian theology it has often proved necessary to hold two apparently contradictory assertions together in order to express the truth about God and the human situation. Thus we have to hold that: God is one and yet the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are all God; Jesus Christ was […]
New footage from BBC America shows what just might be a one-of-a-kind emperor penguin.
Unlike its famous black and white counterparts, this one is covered almost entirely in black feathers ― the result of a rare genetic mutation called melanism.
“This could be the first-ever footage of an…
For anyone learning about the state of life, of humanity in the 20th century, then Solzhenitsyn must surely be high on the list. While I have yet to read The Gulag Archipelago, Shukov’s shorter novel (which is no less based on the reality of the author’s own experience in the Stalinist gulags) A Day In […]
In this politics book, the Octopus was used as a symbol of colonialism. Silhouettes are generally menacing, especially in the case of human caricatures as it creates a sense of mystery or secrecy. It must be why the silhouette is so popular to associate with spies and intrigue. Like Victor Weisz’s eight armed caricature of […]
Fan de littérature classique et de science fiction, il m’est rare de lire un roman dont l’action se déroule dans le présent. Et pourtant j’ai beaucoup apprécié le “Brexit novel” de l’écrivain à succès Jonathan Coe, Middle England. Tentant de cerner la personnalité de cette Angleterre de base, Coe suit toute une série de personnages […]
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This week for Grab Bag, in lieu of the links (we’ll get back to that next week) we’re going trade deadline special. Now, I don’t think the Pens are actually in on most of (or any, really because I don’t think they want rentals) of these names, but let’s have a little fun and create […]
David Puddy has still got it… sort of. 😐 pic.twitter.com/8wzJsncMm8 — Hockey Central (@HockeyCentraI) February 20, 2019 FIRST of all, lets just get this out of the way. Don’t make it weird guys. David Puddy is low key YOKED. Was not expecting that from my guy Patrick Warburton. I blogged about this last week and […]
Time for a new crop of Printz contenders! Here’s your annual reminder of the Printz criteria: The Michael L. Printz Award annually honors the best book written for teens, based entirely on its literary merit, each year. – YALSA Website Two additional eligibility notes: Must be published between January 1 and December 31 by a United […]
I’m going to keep this short and sweet. I was talking to a good friend of mine, who is a die hard Devils (credit to Gibby), and he brought to my attention something that I think needs to be addressed…. The New Jersey Devils need to stop with the whole David Puddy character. He was […]
For our first brief in 2019, Tri 1, we were given a digital illustration assignment with a sci-fi/fantasy and steampunk theme. I was really excited about this brief and its creative possibilities and was firing off 6 million ideas in 6 million different directions and finding it hard to narrow it down to just one. […]
Tuesday Games: Buffalo Sabres 2 – Florida Panthers 4 Pittsburgh Penguins 4 – New Jersey Devils 3 Tampa Bay Lightning 5 – Philadelphia Flyers 2 New York Rangers 2 – Carolina Hurricanes 1 Columbus Blue Jackets 2 – Montreal Canadiens 3 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 – St. Louis Blues 3 Anaheim Ducks 4 – Minnesota […]
Next stop on our journey was Oamaru – Nestled two hours by car from Christchurch along the East coast. In the Native Maori Language – Oamaru is called Te oha-a-Maru which translates to ‘place of Maru’ (Maru being a person) but the story of Maru seems to have been lost through the sands of time […]