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18 Dec 18
dikdikpellek

Essays, Stories, Adventures, Dreams Chronicles of a Footloose Forester By Dick Pellek KMB662…939…4-16 He remembers faces and most names, but not all. Those mental blocks explain a person’s propensity to block certain unpleasant memories but do not explain the inability to recall happy events from the past. When it comes to the several reveries about […]

18 Dec 18
Ranger Food Multimedia Coverage

By BLASS GUERRERO, Staff Reporter | On Thursday, Nov. 15, the Amarillo College Advocacy and Resource Center will be giving out Thanksgiving bags, filled with items to prepare a full Thanksgiving meal for each student. The tradition was started by Lynae Jacob, retired speech chair and adjunct speech instructor, in 2014 with only 75 bags and […]

18 Dec 18
Entertaining WE

SPORTbible http://www.sportbible.com/assets/images/theme/logo-blk.png Steven Gerrard has suggested that José Mourinho has been the best Manchester United manager since Sir Alex Ferguson. The Red Devils sacked the former Chelsea boss today after a poor start to the season, with the club sitting sixth in the Premier League. However, the Liverpool legend and Rangers boss has showered Mourinho…

18 Dec 18
Entertaining WE

SPORTbible http://www.sportbible.com/assets/images/theme/logo-blk.png Manchester City fans are already missing former Manchester United boss José Mourinho. The 55-year-old Portuguese manager was sacked today, following on from the Red Devils’ 3-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday. During City’s EFL Cup match with Leicester City, fans were paying their tribute to the former Chelsea and Real Madrid…

18 Dec 18

As a child, I spent countless hours in toy stores dreaming of which presents I wanted Santa Claus to leave under my family’s tree. With only a handful of days left to find that perfect toy for the holidays, I spoke with the ShopDisney.com team to learn which toys are this year’s must-have items. From […]

18 Dec 18
Ranger Food Multimedia Coverage

  By DANI BARRAZA, Staff Reporter | Amarillo College’s Palace Coffee is best known for its coffee, so many people aren’t aware that the campus coffee shop that opened in February 2018 serves food as well. The different food options include a chicken salad sandwich, a southwest salad or wrap, a grown-up grilled cheese, cinnamon rolls, […]

18 Dec 18
Sound Books

As a child, I spent countless hours in toy stores dreaming of which presents I wanted Santa Claus to leave under my family’s tree. With only a handful of days left to find that perfect toy for the holidays, I spoke with the ShopDisney.com team to learn which toys are this year’s must-have items. From […]

18 Dec 18
HereInBlackAndWhite

In a tight affair, the East Midlands Derby resulted in an anti-climax as the two clubs played out a 0-0 draw in a game lacking quality from either side. Despite all the pre-match build-up the two sides ended up cancelling each other out in a game low on quality. Derby’s best chance to take the […]

18 Dec 18
Ranger Food Multimedia Coverage

By Carly Stewart, Staff Reporter | Panhandle PBS is cooking up television programs and online content highlighting growers and cooks from the Texas Panhandle. The video content will feature visits to area food producers and scenes from a series of fundraising dinners held this fall. These dinners, called Savor the Goods, benefit Panhandle PBS and help […]

18 Dec 18
NBC Sports Pressbox

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Mike Tirico Eddie Olczyk Sam Flood Pierre McGuire Doc Emrick THE MODERATOR: Thank you for joining us today for our NHL Winter Classic conference call. The 11th Winter Classic is two weeks away from today on New Year’s Day between the Bruins and Blackhawks at Notre Dame Stadium at 1:00 on […]

18 Dec 18
Liverpool FC HQ

What a game against Man U and Klopps men are for real this season. We also draw Bayern Munich after a great game against Napoli so its all smiles at Melwood with Klopps men winning and winning. Huge task ahead in Februari but still think they will fear us more than we fear them. My […]

18 Dec 18
Off the Record

First off, Tell me about yourself? Well, the homophobic hate mail labelled me “THE…. Sodomite Hal Duncan!!” (sic) and that seems as good an intro as any. I’m a queer writer, mostly known for science fiction and fantasy, but I do a fair bit of spoken word too, not exactly the shy and retiring type, […]

18 Dec 18
Lagoon Connections

Construction focus end-of-year in the East, Central, and West Basins  Above: The newest dredge, Dixon Marine’s John Debin dredge, has arrived. You can see it now in the Central Basin. It is small enough to dredge the offshoot tidal channels stemming from the primary channel. The removed sediments are placed into the onsite overdredge pit. […]

18 Dec 18
iPhillySports

The Carter Hart era begins. For the first time since their game seven loss at the hands of the New York Rangers in 2014, the Philadelphia Flyers will play a hockey game with neither Ron Hextall as general manager, or Dave Hakstol as head coach. Oh, and Carter Hart makes his NHL debut tonight. Just […]

18 Dec 18
The Quill to Live

In a very strange twist of events this week I ended up talking to my father, who doesn’t read much fantasy, for several hours about Lord of the Rings. He was interested in some of the characters and wanted to talk through their motivations for a project he was doing. Over the course of the […]

18 Dec 18
Knackered Robots: The Blog

“I am: THE LORE.” – Sylvester Stallone as Alpha Trion UNDER CONTRUCTION – LAST UPDATE 18/12/18 “Look,” I hear you say, because you are the imaginary person I just made up and therefore I control your thought processes and speech patterns, “Transformers is a franchise all about alien robots who turn into cars, right? How […]