Roller Derby

21 Feb 19
Center Field

Chris LaPlaca Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at ESPN visited Marist College on Wednesday February 20 to discuss his experience in corporate communications, public relations and journalism.

21 Feb 19
It's Just a Phase

I made good coffee this morning. This is significant because my coffee phase has been one of my longest, most regular phases and frequently the coffee I make is not very good. As with any phase, time will improve my skills and my current abilities don’t need to measure up to anyone else…unless they have […]

21 Feb 19
GeekDad

Raising the Old Ones isn’t easy: there are rituals to perform, unpronounceable words to recite, and those pesky investigators keep raiding your sanctum. But when the last Elder Sign is broken, only one of you will become the ‘Evil High Priest’ … just in time for the world to end, of course.

21 Feb 19
Film Music Central

*note: spoilers for Alita: Battle Angel can be found below After being forced to delay my trip to the movie theater for a week (blame my sinuses), I finally got to see Alita: Battle Angel last night and all I can say is wow! This might be the best Western adaptation of a manga I’ve […]

21 Feb 19
Tina Roberts Healthcare Executive & Management Recruitment Services 415-770-1200

Job Opening in a midsized hospital located in Northwest Montana, about 2 hours from Kalispell and Glacier National Park, for an experienced Care Management Director to join their team.  This is a newly created position! For this position, you will be overseeing Case Management, Quality and Risk, and Utilization Review. You will oversee 8 FTEs […]

21 Feb 19

Last weekend’s box office champion Alita: Battle Angel landed with a resounding, “Eh, I guess I might see it.” Alita is one of those films that spent a good amount of time in Development Hell over the years as writer/producer James Cameron’s other projects repeatedly pushed it back. Despite over 20 years of production starts […]

21 Feb 19
LIZ GOODWIN

Everyone has someone they turn to when they’re in a tough spot. For me, that’s my dad. My dad is nothing short of a hero and I am so fortunate to have a father figure that is my number one fan. Over the last twenty years he has also learned to be the best source […]

20 Feb 19
GeekandGear.com

Amy Lukavics is a YA horror writing goddess, a Goosebumps connoisseur, and a roller derby beast. This Bram Stoker nominated writer is responsible for titles such as Daughters Unto Devils, The Ravenous, The Women in the Walls, and Nightingale, all labors of love that left us questioning our own sanity. Read below to find out […]

20 Feb 19
Game FES

While the lavish spectacle and surprising heart of Alita make it a great time at the theater, uneven performances and a mediocre script squander its potential.

20 Feb 19
globalmarketersinsight

The report by Globalmarketers.biz offers essential features on the Figure Skating Equipment industry. The report offers unique market insights, analysis of top vendors, growth, challenges into the Figure Skating Equipment market. Section-wise analysis of complete Figure Skating Equipment industry, development strategies and market risks is analysed in the report. The latest industry trends, market dynamics, […]

20 Feb 19
Plenty of Popcorn

The full title, Alita: Battle Angel, obviously has some heavy 1980s influence. It only feels right to say it with a leather jacket on, the same way “Namaste” feels better with a slight bow. It makes more sense if you know that Alita: Battle Angel was adapted from a manga. It also explains the serial-like […]

20 Feb 19
Tales from a Homeschool Bibliophile

Friendship seems to be the theme throughout middle school type books. Why is it that friendship is something that is always brought up? Probably because if you don’t have friends then you are a loner. Or maybe friends are important and have your back and you always have someone to talk to. MAYBE it’s because […]

20 Feb 19
Arise DAILY Devos

Getting sucked under? Your heavenly Father’s mighty hand is extended, waiting to pull you out.

20 Feb 19
Volusia County Arts & Culture Scene

DeLand has often had the nickname “Deadland,” but at one point this city truly deserved that name. Growing up here as a child, I loathed living here. It was basically a suburb of Daytona and if you didn’t like racing there wasn’t really anything of interest. It’s why I resisted moving back for years. My […]

19 Feb 19
WCCG 104.5 FM

By Richard Adkins, WRAL photojournalist Jenn Card started skating when she was four. “Whether it’s ice skates or roller skates, I just love being on skates, gliding around doing things.” ,she said, wearing her brand new USA Roller Derby T-shirt. The big thing she’s doing now is skating for the USA Roller Derby Team. “I […]