http://www.UMMnews.org Islamabad, Apr 26 (PTI) Pakistani archaeologists claimed that they have discovered remains of metal workshops from the Indo-Greek period dating back to the 2nd century BCE. The archaeologists from the University of Peshawar (UoP) made the discovery from a site in the Hayatabad neighbourhood of Peshawar, Dawn reported. Professor Gul Rahim told media that […]
As always, I’ve had little to no control on my buying books again this time around. I’m a complete hoarder when it comes to books, but I have no regrets! I love being surrounded by beautiful things and what is more beautiful than a load of books everywhere? NOTHING! Just a note, that I have […]
Hey everyone, here is a summary of my our trip to Vienna, Austria and Venice, Italy. Upon arrival in Vienna, after a few hours on bus, we checked into our hostel. This hostel is actually one of my favorite hostels that I have stayed at so far! I got to share a room with my […]
Consider: 1) 2 Haemonculus with 2 relics, Mask and Helm, both are very good 2) Always play with Urien 3) Lots and lots of Grotesques makes it work better 4) A Battalion is easy, and a Spearhead works great 5) At least take 1 10 man Wrack unit, the Stratagem can be very useful. Full […]
[Note from Frolic: We are so excited to have author Lisa Kessler guest post on the site today. Take it away Lisa!] Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live forever? I think my fascination with immortals started with Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles, carried into the Highlander movies and tv series, and the […]
Tales of bat fights and adventures in a land far, far away await. Today, I go over my recent trip to Adepticon 2019!
I’ve never been to Paris, but the images of the burned Notre Dame Cathedral were just heartbreaking. If you need something to lift your spirits in the face of that sadness, here’s a story about the priest, fire brigade, and human chain that worked tirelessly to save the relics that were in the church. Novelists […]
Dark Eldar are strong at the moment, stronger than they have been for a long time, but there are still some fundamental issues that I think many none DEplayers (even other Aeldari players) may be unaware of. I’m not suggesting that the DE need a power bump, but rather than they need to be made more playable in […]
Many people are surprised to hear that electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), popularly known as “shock treatments,” is still being performed. They think of it as a relic from the 1950’s, and popular opinion of it was shaped by the movie “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” with Jack Nicholson. The reality is that ECT is still […]
April 26, 1969 It’s the day after the birth of actress Renee Zellweger, who turned fifty yesterday. It’s also the day that Manchester City win the FA Cup. (To this point, Coventry City have never won the FA Cup. They’ll ruin a perfectly good losing streak in 1987.) Sunday, April 27th sees the birth of […]
John Havlicek is and ought be remembered as an NBA superstar on par with the greats of both his day and the current age. He was an ambassador for the greatest dynasty the sport ever knew, a participant in several moments indelibly marked in NBA history, and a humbly clutch performer who put the objectives of the team before his personal goals. He is everything a professional athlete should be. The late Celtics and Ohio State Star passed away of Parkinson’s at 79 years old on April 25th, 2019.
Charles Mason of the University of Wyoming and Craig Pirrong from the University of Houston discuss why oil markets are undergoing fundamental change. Charles Mason of the University of Wyoming and Craig Pirrong from the University of Houston discuss why oil markets are undergoing fundamental change. U.S. consumers and businesses are bracing for higher oil […]
This Sunday, April 28th, we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday culminating Easter Week and Octave. Confessions are held from 1:30-2:15 pm. As a reminder, any confession celebrated within about 20 days prior counts as fulfilling the requirements for the Divine Mercy Sunday indulgence and there is no need to go to confession on that day, unless […]
Alexa Cushing is a photographer based out of Boston, MA. She has recently graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, earning a BFA in Photography. Alexa travels by car and makes work about the rural New England area where she lives. She focuses on extracting a sense of magic from the everyday landscape, monumentalizing […]
The Blue Effect The final entry in Harvey Black’s Effect series is The Blue Effect. This book manages to be slightly better than its predecessors in some ways and a lot worse in another. There’s a sorta-kinda-semi-plot where the British face the Soviets in what could be the make-or-break battle near Hanover. But once again, […]