Pioneer

16 Jun 19
HlaMin

Updated : June 15, 2019 When Rangoon University re-opened in 1946 (after closing for three years), Dr. Pe Nyun (Dick San Pe), his younger brother Dr. Pe Thein (Tom San Pe) and their elder sister entered Rangoon University. Their classmates include Saya U Tin U and Saya U Sein Hlaing. At the Independence Day Regatta […]

16 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

The clothes you are wearing are ecological? Yes, I have a 100% linen dress today. Do you still wear the jeans from your collection "It's One World"? I do not fit in there anymore. Do you still have memorabilia? But clearly. Bodysuits, sweatshirts, a dress from my very first collection "Awakenings". They are packed in […]

16 Jun 19
Sport Archives

When Violette Morris got up, everyone was silent. As a saint and athletic complexion, this French woman was a woman of character. Morris was one of the first French to play soccer, but nobody has claimed it much now that France organizes for the first time a World Cup. You will understand quickly why. French […]

16 Jun 19
File 770

(1) DUBLIN 2019 DEADLINE. Linda Deneroff, Dublin 2019 WSFS Business Meeting Secretary, broadcast the message that the deadline for submission of new business to this year’s business meeting is fast approaching: July 17. Pass the word to anyone else you believe is considering new business. (2) TEARS FOR FEARS. The Guardian’s Leo Benedictus has indifferent […]

16 Jun 19
News Directory

Almost 1,800 Democrats gathered in Richmond on Saturday at a fundraiser who said the party had introduced more than $ 425,000 and there were two presidential candidates. The 2019 Democrats can make “the biggest year in the history of the Democratic Party of Virginia,” said Susan Swecker, chairman of the Democratic Party in Virginia, speaking […]

16 Jun 19
Ace Newsroom Live

Artek – diamond of Soviet pioneer camping (PHOTOS) https://t.co/HlODcEwsBS pic.twitter.com/pDDpvebsAX — Sputnik (@SputnikInt) June 16, 2019

16 Jun 19
News Directory

When filmmakers saw King Challa performing as a Black Panther for the first time, it was truly satisfying: The Marvel contest book character comes to the top of the ground-breaking sports Lexus LC while passing through Busan's busy streets, South Korea, elimination of high-speed elimination to ultimately drive a remote control. The scene is a […]

16 Jun 19
Newsy Today

A bad experience in the form of payment can be expensive to trade, especially when it comes to small establishments. Facilitate and streamline the way to pay for purchases is one of the great challenges facing small businesses because it is key to increase revenue and improve profitability. According to the report of the consultant […]

16 Jun 19
LILLIE ROSS

Josh Peter, USA TODAY Published 8:31 p.m. ET June 15, 2019 | Updated 8:32 p.m. ET June 15, 2019CLOSE SportsPulse: It’s the trade we’ve all been waiting for and one that will shape this offseason and the NBA landscape for years to come. It also makes the Lakers an instant contender in the West. USA…

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
The City Taker

I texted him again. After I promised myself that I won’t. Lol, who was I fooling ? Wow,what a way to reappear here after years of running..(*inserts “Why are you running” in that voice ). I missed this space. But that’s story for another day. I have gist .. I met a guy. A sweeeet […]

16 Jun 19
Winnipeg Sun

It was a traffic jam of tractors as over 25 tractors of all colour, shape and size, moseyed on down Portage Avenue on Saturday afternoon. The Manitoba Agricultural Museum Tractor Parade began at The Forks, and made the three-hour-long long trek down Portage Avenue to the Assiniboine Downs, drawing in the attention of curious pedestrians […]

16 Jun 19
ResearchBuzz: Firehose

New-to-me, from Middle East Eye: Lost in music: How Palestine’s forgotten songs got rebooted. “They gathered in an apartment in Ramallah for two weeks – a diverse group of musicians and DJs brought together for a unique project. They included DJ and producer Sama Abdulhadi, Nasser Halahlih, a pioneer of 2000s electronic music, and Muqata’a, […]

16 Jun 19
Journey of An Elite 1

Thank you Toronto Raptors for shining a floodlight on Canadian basketball. Here in Phoenix my friends have been saying to me basketball didn’t exist in Canada before the Toronto Raptors were unearthed in 1995. As false as that statement may be, I can’t blame them when Canadians ourselves either don’t know the journey of our […]

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
mandersmedia.co.uk

A trail-blazing teacher and pianist, Lennie Tristano (1919-78) influenced the likes of Bill Evans and Charles Mingus, while creating coolly radical music of his own. Geoffrey Smith salutes a unique free-jazz pioneer. from Geoffrey Smith’s Jazz https://bbc.in/2WMuD2i via IFTTT

16 Jun 19
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Roger Wolcott Toll was the second superintendent of Rocky Mountain National Park. Roger Wolcott Toll was born in Denver and graduated from Manual Training High School in 1901. He enrolled in the University of Denver then transferred to Columbia University where he earned a bachelor of science in engineering. In 1908, he took a job as engineer for the Denver Tramway Co. In 1912, Toll was among the 24 founding members of the Colorado Mountain Club and served on the organization’s first board of directors. The club worked for the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park. Toll wrote the first of his two books, “Mountaineering in the Rocky Mountain National Park,” published by the National Park Service. After serving in World War I, he became friends with Horace Albright, assistant director of the National Park Service. Albright recommended Toll to National Park Service Director Stephen T. Mather. From 1919 to 1921, Toll served as superintendent of Mount Rainier National Park and made the first recorded ascent of Rainier’s challenging Kautz Glacier. In 1921 Rocky Mountain National Park’s first superintendent resigned and Toll was chosen as the park’s new superintendent, a job he held until 1929. Toll had an immediate impact on the park and its facilities. Aspenglen and Endovalley campgrounds were constructed as well as ranger stations and entrance checkpoints. Superintendent Roger Toll initiated many improvements in Rocky Mountain National Park including widening Fall River Road. In 1925, he oversaw the placement of a steel cable on the north face of Longs Peak. (The cables were subsequently removed in 1973.) In 1926, Toll designed the Boulder Field Shelter Cabin as an overnight stopping point for those climbing Longs Peak. It provided dining facilities on the first floor and sleeping areas on the second. Due to the slow movement of the Boulder Field, the corners started to separate leading to the demolition of the structure. Still standing is this beehive shelter at the Keyhole. Its construction was prompted by the death of Roger Toll’s cousin, Agnes Wolcott Vaille. There was yet another construction project at the Keyhole on Longs Peak, the Agnes Vaille Storm Shelter. It remains standing today. Construction of this shelter was prompted by the death of Agnes Wolcott Vaille on Longs Peak, Toll’s cousin. Toll compiled his second book, “The Mountain Peaks of Colorado,” naming of all of the points in Colorado’s mountains, ridges and hills. It was published in 1923. Toll took over as superintendent of Yellowstone National Park six years later. In 1936, Roger Wolcott Toll was returning from Big Bend, Texas as part of a commission to study the possibility of an international park along the Mexican-American border when he was killed in an automobile accident.