18 Feb 19
Geek Native

A list of about 120 fairly common acronyms and abbreviations.

17 Feb 19
Southwell Community Archaeology Group

16th February 2019, members of SCAG were joined by two groups from Nottingham Young Archaeologists Club to go fieldwalking  on the Brackenhurst estate.  Franchesca, one of the keen eyed YAC members spotted this lovely flint tool. A sherd of Notingham green glazed medieval pot was found by Thomas.  We are going to have to wash […]

04 Feb 19
SCAG Bike Share User Survey

The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), in partnership with LA Metro and the City of Santa Monica, is seeking user feedback regarding regional bike share systems. Please take a moment to complete this user survey. Your feedback will help provide important insight into program performance. Everyone who completes a survey will be entered into […]

04 Feb 19
Zero Turn Mowers

It was not extensive before brands, knowing the big likely of the sector, introduced types specially aimed at home owners. In phrases of pure speed products aimed at property owners will go all-around 5mph, while the products aimed at landscape gurus will normal all over 7mph. Just one of the most important advantages of zero […]

04 Feb 19

Salmagundi, a quarterly magazine of the humanities and social sciences that is produced at Skidmore College, carries poetry, fiction critical essays, and social analyses on a variety of issues. In the summer of 1994, it published the following meditation on language by Beverly Gross, a professor of English at City University of New York. We […]

03 Feb 19

Our featured publication for February is Metastatic by Jane Lovell, published by Against the Grain Press. ‘Jane Lovell’s writing charts mysterious, unsettling trajectories: the invisible paths of bees, the journey of dead light, the routes found in folded and untied landscapes. These poems unmoor us, find beauty and strangeness in the everyday.’ Helen Mort ‘Jane […]

03 Feb 19

Reece-Moggy Fashion It’s alright Jacob your family has never Been called upon to do the dying Meanwhile outside the ancien regime Some of us have been trying To lift the feudal yoke I should hold a mirror to your face First to see if you have reflection Vampire sucking coin from society Then to check […]

29 Jan 19
Market Intelligence Reports

Commercial Lawnmower Market: Definition and Introduction A lawnmower is an equipment which uses revolving blades to cut, trim and size a grass surface to an even level of height. Commercial Lawnmower refers to a lawnmower used for commercial applications, excluding residential purposes. Commercial lawnmower is a widely used equipment in the professional landscaping, gardening and […]

25 Jan 19
market growth

The latest report, Commercial Lawn Mower  market attempts to explain as well as understand the buying pattern to help companies design a marketing strategy that can attract more buyers. The approach empowers stakeholders to target audience more accurately and reap highest profits. The product research carried out during the study of the Commercial Lawn Mower […]

14 Jan 19
Metrolink Matters

The Southern California Regional Rail Authority Board of Directors, the governing body of Metrolink, unanimously elected Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) representative Brian Humphrey as its chair during today’s regular meeting. All three officers will serve one-year terms, but may serve a two-year term if re-elected in 2020. As a resident of Ventura County, he […]

14 Jan 19
Southwell Community Archaeology Group

16 members of SCAG enjoyed a good walk over a field on the Brackenhurst NTU estate.  Our thanks to Nottingham Trent University for permissions.  The light was just right for fieldwalking but the field was not the busiest we have been on.  Some possible medieval sherds were found but more washing and sorting to be […]

10 Jan 19

Needles, CA: Summary and voting results from the Needles City Council and Needles Public Utility Authority Meeting. A Needles City Council and Needles Public Utility Authority Meeting was held on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 inside the Needles City Council Chambers in Needles, California. The Needles City Council and Needles Public Utility Authority Meeting was broadcast […]

09 Jan 19
Abby's Portfolio

Coupled with sustainability, features and amenities play increasingly important role in the livability of affordable housing By Abby Pittman Photo Credit: Jim Doyle Gone are the days when low-cost, rental housing was bare-bones shelter with white washed walls and few if any amenities. In an evolution of design and livability, today’s affordable housing incorporates many […]

08 Jan 19
Popcorn on My Knee: Movie Reviews and Reminesces

When you were a kid, did you ever see a TV commercial for something that you just knew would be really cool to have? From the hours we spent logged on the livingroom couch in the eighties, my sister and I saw many things fitting this description including – yes, the Clapper. What could possibly […]

28 Dec 18
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