Robin Roberts

22 May 19
Junkets and Jewels

 Lezlie’s take: Happy Wednesday friends! You are halfway through a week before a three day weekend! Woo hoo! On top of that, this is our 150th post! Super woo hoo! Allison and I started this blog almost two years ago when we came back from Italy. We were itching to tell everyone about our adventures. […]

22 May 19
Ashbroyale

‘GMA’ Hot List: Abby Lee Miller reflects on life after prison | GMA Digital SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/MNuOJc7IHrI : https://youtu.be/wjDS9OGcdCw : Plus, Jimmy Kimmel dishes on what fans can expect from his live remakes of 70s TV favorites “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons.” SUBSCRIBE to GMA ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH1oRy1dINbMVp3UFWrKP0w/subscribe To read the full story and others, […]

22 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Robin van Persie: Ex-Arsenal & Manchester United striker on career highlights https://bbc.in/2Erf4lk World Cup moments: Van Persie’s spectacular header After 20 minutes of near breathless conversation, Robin van Persie falls silent. He has agreed to finish our chat by answering some rapid-fire questions – a quick, light-hearted concept that interviewees tend to find easy and […]

22 May 19
24/7 Wall St.

“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson in her 1961 hit song of (almost) the same name. In her case, as it turned out, it wasn’t really the movie that brought tears to her eyes but the sight of her best friend and her “darlin’” making out in the dark in front of […]

22 May 19
1st Lt. Alexander Bonnyman Jr. VFW Post 12135

On a recent beautiful sunny Saturday, the Tellico Village pickleball courts were alive with 112 players – along with hundreds of friends, neighbors, and supporters – to participate in the first Tellico Village VFW Post’s sponsored Pickleball Tournament Fundraiser. Nine different ability and gender brackets, playing in a

22 May 19
Defy Life

As I do every year once free agency and the draft are wrapped up, I wanted to take a look at every team in the league and point out their biggest remaining area that could use some improvement. This could be a need for a top-end starter, a specific role player or simply depth at […]

22 May 19
Halil's Real Footballtalk

As I do every year once free agency and the draft are wrapped up, I wanted to take a look at every team in the league and point out their biggest remaining area that could use some improvement. This could be a need for a top-end starter, a specific role player or simply depth at […]

22 May 19
Easterseals DC MD VA Blog

Notes from the President: Highlights from the 2019 Easterseals Advocacy Awards

22 May 19
Daily 🧠 Rollianity 💉

NOVEMBER 20, 2018 by Shayan Zarrin (If you find this information valuable, consider donating to Shayan at paypal.me/shayanzarrin.) After the Nazis lost World War 2, the Allies freely expropriated and reproduced German technology while Germany was left in the ashes. Stolen German technology included  “synthetic rubber, synthetic lubrication oils, for synthetic fiber-and textile production, diesel motors, optical inventions, […]

22 May 19
In Hindsight

As a little girl, I was fortunate to have a father who had a good job and a mother who had good taste. This facilitated a number of things to my benefit: plentiful food on the table, a charming and well-appointed wardrobe and a lovely big bedroom in the bungalow on Triangle Road. I was […]

22 May 19
The Catholic Sun

Each year, the Diocese of Syracuse honors its clergy who are celebrating milestone anniversaries. Here, the Sun offers a look at this year’s jubilarians and their years of dedicated priestly service.

22 May 19
JoCo Report

666 students earned credentials in 2018-19 Johnston Community College celebrated its 2018-19 graduates with a commencement ceremony May 13 at the John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center at Campbell University. The college awarded 1,067 certificates, diplomas and associate degrees to 666 students in 2018-19. N.C. Rep. Donna McDowell White gave the commencement address. Rita Zavala […]

22 May 19
{and she flourished}

When I look back at my senior year of high school, I’m filled with an immense amount of gratitude. Most wouldn’t say that their senior year was their best year, but for me it definitely was. Fortunately I was blessed to have a special year. I wouldn’t necessarily say that there were a ton of […]

22 May 19
Baseball Ross

Last night in Daytona, Threshers centerfielder Simon Muzziotti went deep to right with two outs in the fifth inning. His second homer of the year turned out to be the difference in the 2-1 Clearwater win. Watch his first homer HERE on May 11th. His homer last night raises more of a question than just […]

22 May 19
The Jason J. Connor Experience

I didn’t think I would be hitting this subject again this soon but the more I see, the more I feel a need to try to understand what I’m seeing, as well as try to explain my thoughts. Having been a baseball fan for nearly 35 years, and a White Sox fan for going on […]