19 Mar 19
Margot Chirayath

The What    My main scholarly motivation right now is a book from the opposing viewpoint series in which a variety of essays discuss garbage and recycling. This along with recent news articles about the policy that China is implementing is pushing me to find the opposing viewpoints within the recycling industry right now. These opposing […]

19 Mar 19
Redefining Rae

Seasons greetings! Weekly vlog #2 is posted and features swim try on’s at two retailers. I visited Walmart and Target to check out their swim wear collections that have been released so far this year. I haven’t worn a bathing suit in nearly 5 years. After struggling with loving the skin I’m in, I am […]

19 Mar 19
North Florida Matmen

Welcome back to our annual series of season wrap-up posts, which we cleverly titled as “The Season (2018-19),” because we’re creative like that. Your donation dollars at work, folks. Teams are being selected on a random basis. Our third installment for this season, and first from 2A-District 3, is Ridgeview. Each The Season post will […]

19 Mar 19
Wait A Minute

I heard a Meadow Lark this morning. First time, it’s early, but very welcome. They’re traditionally here until the weekend after Labor Day. Let’s hope that’s the case this year. One hears more than sees these wonderful yellow breasted birds. They like our meadows, as do we, they hang around usually on the fence posts. […]

19 Mar 19
Ontario Nature Trails

The latest in the ROM’s acclaimed series of beautiful and authoritative field guides

Guaranteed to appeal to everyone from the casual Sunday stroller to the most dedicated amateur botanist, The ROM Field Guide to Wildflowers of Ontario is researched, written, and designed specifically for the Ontario reader and visitor. It is the most authoritative, easy to use, and beautifully designed guide to Ontario wildflowers available, with a stunning selection of photographs unsurpassed anywhere.

This landmark publication features:
• Detailed and clearly written descriptions of 400 of Ontario’s most common wildflowers, including notes on habitat, characteristic features of each species’ leaves, flowers, and fruits; description of similar species; and in many cases interesting additional information about the plant, such as traditional uses, origin of its name, and biology.
• Approximately 1,000 stunning full-colour photographs drawn from the ROM’s celebrated collection of more than 50,000 botanical photos.
• Specially designed colour-coded key to assist identification.
• Handy size and format, with photos and description for each species all on one page.
• Sized to fit in a backpack or pocket, with stitched binding and rugged cover for extra durability.
• Glossary of botanical terms and index.

19 Mar 19
Electronics News Post

Broad Range of TEF14-Series Configurations and Accessories Available for Same Day Shipping IRVINE, Calif. – Transtector Systems, an Infinite Electronics brand, today released a new, comprehensive line of NEMA-rated weatherproof equipment enclosures that are engineered to securely protect mission-critical electronics and are available with same day shipping to meet crucial deadlines. The new TEF14-series includes […]

19 Mar 19
Moorish News

Join us Tuesday 19 March @ 9:30pm for MHHS Eyes Wide Open live broadcast: Principals of Nationality in Action: In conjunction with the final call series: Week 3 of Moorish Recognition Month… In this series we recognize a few Moabite/Moorish Olympians that many may not have heard of yet it is their efforts that once […]

19 Mar 19

Got this quote from my new Asian drama, well its my first Chinese series that I’m hooked to.  “The heart is inscrutable and complex,” Isn’t that one hell of a quote and so true but the same can be said about the mind.

19 Mar 19
The Pit Window

Patricio I’M Ward begins his rookie season at Circuit of the Americas as the NTT Indycar Series visits Austin for the first time. O’Ward will join the 24 car field for his initial race of the year for Carlin Racing. Kyle Kaiser drives for Juncos in what is to date their onlyconfirmed event. Juncos is […]

19 Mar 19
Pulse Podcast Network

Earlier this morning, Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels came to terms on a record 12 year, $430 million deal. Baseball has officially gotten its first $400 million player. This basically seals Trout’s fate as an Angel for life. Mike Trout has been in an Angels uniform since 2011, where he broke out with […]

19 Mar 19
HENRY KOTULA The former president and CEO of Our Lady of The Lake Foundation, the fundraising arm that supports Baton Rouge, La.-based Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, stole more than $810,000 of donations, according to an independent auditor’s report cited by The Advocate. John Paul Funes headed the foundation for more than 10 years […]

19 Mar 19
The Hobbit Hole

I just wrote how Disney needs to do some Indiana Jones cartoon.  Now, if you haven’t seen this new series for Star Wars you’re really missing something & how they do this just show how an Indiana Jones cartoon could work. Essentially, each episode of Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures animates scenes from the Star […]

19 Mar 19

Feature Writer: Wet Special / Feature Title:  Once Upon a Time in Hell / Story Codes: Succubus, Hell, Afterlife / Synopsis: So there’s quite a bit of sex in the afterlife? / Author’s Notes: Well, I’m back after a long absence. The remaining parts of this 3 part series will be posted in the coming […]

19 Mar 19

The Milwaukee Bucks and Denver Nuggets currently are a the top in each of their conferences and considering how well they have played in the regular season they are expected to have a deep run in the playoffs which is expected and might happen but at the same it might not. What I mean by […]