Sadowsky

25 May 19
Beulah Public Library

The Throwaway Children by Diney Costeloe Recommended by Kristie Sadowsky Summary from GoodReads.com: Gritty, heartrending and unputdownable – the story of two sisters sent first to an English, then an Australian orphanage in the aftermath of World War 2. Rita and Rosie Stevens are only nine and five years old when their widowed mother marries a […]

25 May 19
News Directory

"I tried to stay in the zone until I was jumping," Jung said. "Some of the people in our tent came down to support me, and although they were there, they kept me pumping, keeping my head in the game and supporting me." With some of her colleagues at the side, Jung was a girl […]

23 May 19
Arcynewsy

At the age of 44, my great-grandmother Carmela became convinced that people were out to get her. He refused to allow anyone to visit his home in Modesto, California, where he lived with her husband, two sons and sister-in-law. He insisted that all windows and curtains were closed. He had hallucinations and manic episodes. Sometimes […]

16 May 19
Arcynewsy

Impossible Foods burger with vegetable-based meatballs. Singaporean consumers can order dishes prepared with Impossible Foods products from May 21 on Deliveroo. – Image courtesy of Impossible Foods via TODAY SINGAPORE, May 16 – Vegans, vegetarians and those with a taste for plant-based foods may soon have more choices when ordering meals online. From May 21st, […]

15 May 19
IQ

Categorized Climbs: Climbs are categorized based on their length and average gradient (steepness). The climbs worthy of being classified are given a categorization between 1 and 4 with a 4 being the easiest and a 1 being the most difficult. Large mountains and extremely difficult climbs are given a Catgorie (HC) classification, which translates to […]

08 May 19
Archyde

The Little Rock Broadway Bridge was closed to pedestrian traffic and vehicles on both sides Wednesday morning as police negotiated with a person threatening to jump off the bay, rescue officials said. Officers from Little Rock were rushed to the deck after receiving a call about the unidentified man shortly before 10 am, according to […]

07 May 19
Writing by Katherine Sadowsky

Abstract Within fandom studies, there is a lot of work dedicated to examining queer activity, and the ways in which fans queer things, as well as work looking at race and racism. This paper explores a related, prevailing gap: how queer and racial elements work in tandem to shape and affect the experience in fandom […]

02 May 19
Loveland Reporter-Herald
If you go What: Habitat Fair and Plant Sale. When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, May 4 and May 18. Where: High Plains Environmental Center, 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive, Loveland. Cost: Free. More info: suburbitat.org/native-plant-sale-and-habitat-fair. There’s never a bad time to learn how to be a better steward of the local environment. This weekend, however, will provide a particularly good — and easy — chance to do just that when more than a dozen organizations descend on Loveland’s High Plains Environmental Center to provide information to residents about how they can better care for and protect the local environment. That broad cause is the focus of the environmental center’s annual Habitat Fair, which aims to bring the center’s partner organizations together to spread environmental awareness and promote involvement in their organization’s efforts. The fair will take place on Saturday and again on May 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors to the fair, which is free to attend, will have the opportunity to learn about the organizations and talk with their representatives at booths that will be set up around the environmental center’s grounds. Several of those organizations will have interactive activities for adults and children set up at their booths. “The fair is going to be all about connecting our partners to the community and the community to our partners in order to form collaborations that promote stewardship,” said Lauren Sadowsky, the community outreach and programs coordinator at the High Plains Environmental Center. The fair will also feature activities for kids, including an activity the Colorado Native Plant Society will lead at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. this Saturday that will teach children about bees and other pollinators. The Poudre Learning Center is also planning to lead a children’s activity inside the center’s visitor center on May 18. Older attendees, meanwhile, will be able to enjoy a bird walk sponsored by the Fort Collins Audubon Society as part of the event. Those bird walks, which will depart from the Fort Collins Audubon Society’s booth, are scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday and 10:30 a.m. and noon on May 18. There will also be food trucks at the event, Sadowsky said. Operating alongside the fair will be the High Plains Environmental Center’s annual plant sale, which will provide attendees the chance to purchase plants that are native to Colorado for their gardens. Sadowsky said the environmental center will have around 130 plant species available for purchase, though not all species may be available at both sales. According to the event website, smaller plants in 4-inch pots will be available for $5 while larger ones in 1-gallon pots will be $10. High Plains Environmental Center Executive Director Jim Tolstrup said native plants do not generally require much work to care for because they are naturally adapted to the Colorado environment, though actual care requirements will vary depending on the species. They also bring many other benefits, Sadowsky said. “Not only are they beautiful but they also help to conserve water in our region relative to other plants because they have evolved in a drought environment,” she said. “But one of the big benefits is that they help to create natural corridors for wildlife.” Paul Albani-Burgio: 970-699-5407, palbani-burgio@reporter-herald.com
21 Apr 19
Bakes and Pains

So I finally got around to that sack of type 110 flour that’s been sitting in my living room for a few months.  Since most people ask just what is type 110 flour, Well its whole grain wheat flour lightly sifted to remove some of the bran and what not, to the point where the […]

18 Apr 19
Nachrichten Welt

Wasser bedeckt einen Teil der I-30 am Donnerstagmorgen vor Little Rock. –                         Foto von Thomas Metthe Starke Regenfälle verursachten Überschwemmungen und schlossen die Interstate 30 am Donnerstag kurz vor Little Rock, als Stürme durch die Region zogen, was allein in Little Rock zu mehr als einem halben Dutzend Wasserrettungen führte. Das Verkehrsministerium von Arkansas sagte, […]

15 Apr 19
Writing by Katherine Sadowsky

Five Points 1. Eyes that glow honey. A laugh that steals your attention, as if it were calling out your name, pulling you closer, drawing you in. Her pretty mind                with her pretty words                             […]

15 Apr 19
Writing by Katherine Sadowsky

I’m In Too Deep “IT’S NOT FAIR” I want to scream into the void of a bottomless chasm, or the dark vacuum of space. Five minutes past one in the morning. I groan into my pillow. Take me back to when you were on the peripheral, half hidden by shadow, half illuminated by recognition. Now… […]

15 Apr 19
Mike Schlossberg - Author

In the course of doing research on mental illness and treatments, I have come across some absolutely wild methods of treating mental illness from older times. Some had roots in science of the moment – others were just really, really bad guesses. Most were very cruel, but in all fairness, it’s easy to say that […]

10 Apr 19
Nachrichten Welt

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