Featuring a pastel-colored prison bakery, a bear riding a stray dog like Napoleon Crossing the Alps, and a pop-up book leading to long lost treasure, Paddington 2 is pure childhood bliss in a 104-minute package.
Okay. Joe Duke had lots of kids. We’ve established this. So far we’ve covered Rose Allen and her husband John, Nancy Bell and her husband Daniel, and George Washington Duke and his wife Harriet. Today I’d like to clear up one of Old Joe’s two remaining sons – Windsor and tomorrow I’d like to make […]
The 17th annual Ruth and Bernard Friedman Film Festival, featuring the best of recent Jewish cinema from around the world, will be held in Windsor April 29 to May 2.
67’s’ Marco Rossi named CHL Player of the Week Toronto, ON – The Canadian Hockey League today announced that forward Marco Rossi of the Ottawa 67’s is the CHL Player of the Week for the fifth week of playoff action ending April 21 with eight points in three games including four goals and four assists […]
“He died in rainy April,” Samuel Schoenbaum tells us at the beginning of Shakespeare’s Lives, his endlessly-fascinating book on the efforts to tease out Shakespeare’s biography over the last four centuries. He was also born in rainy April, on this day, in 1564. We don’t know near as much about him as we would like […]
By Muriel Bristol (Transcriber) | April 20, 2019 We encountered previously Miss Sophia Cushing, a Milton Teacher of 1796-05. Here we have a biographical sketch of a Milton teacher of nearly one hundred years later. Miss Sarah L. Benson taught at Milton’s newly-opened Nute High School, in September 1891. She would have been working with Principal […]
Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to New York Times April 18th 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your […]
A complete listing of all available online Berkshire County Massachusetts cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.
Author’s Note: Written in 2011, my purpose for this brief monograph was two-fold. First, I wanted to introduce Shubal Stearns, a pivotal figure in Baptist history, yet someone who is little known outside of academic circles. Second, I wanted to demonstrate the relationship between Stearns and the phenomenal growth of Baptists across the South. Many […]
William Blake’s Reward Twirled between forefinger and thumb, the daisy became a wheel in the little boy’s imagination; arcing overhead at arm’s length, it was the sun wheeling across a pale blue sky, its golden disk radiating white hot rays as warm as love. “These asters are stars,” the boy announced to no one […]
Note I had known about this Website. 404squadron.com does not exist anymore. I have been able to retrieve it from Wayback Machine. I will be adding later more than 200 photos taken from that Website and from other sources with the goal of preserving the past for future generations. Welcome 404 Buffalo Squadron, RCAF at […]
Hello my dear friends! I am so happy to have you on my blog today. Thank you for your visit. I have being waiting to share this home with you for some time now. The interior designer, Kathleen Field of Lindsay Hill Interiors, worked really hard to collect all the information I needed for […]
Birth Nathaniel Goss was born in Simsbury, Connecticut 26 January 1749. His father Philip Goss IV and mother Mary Kendall had migrated to Simsbury about 1748-9 leaving Brookfield, Massachusetts. At that time, his father had all the children recorded in the Simsbury records for some unknown reason. Source: Simsbury Connecticut, Births, Marriages and Deaths, transcribed […]