Silver Lake

21 Feb 19
Jet Set Go

Dates: 4th-10th February Kia Ora! I can’t believe that we’re into our third week of New Zealand already AND we’ve been away from home for a month! It seems to have gone by super fast but looking back, it’s like a lifetime ago since we were standing in Newcastle airport saying goodbye— I’m definitely missing […]

21 Feb 19
Red Branch Chronicles

Goings and Comings “We felt greatly honoured, of course, by Conor when he arrived suddenly at Dún Sobairce with Fergus Mac Rioch, and a great throng of the Red Branch champions,” Nuala admitted, sitting up straight and reaching up to adjust her hair. Anxious to disassociate herself from the deaths and to exonerate herself from […]

21 Feb 19
Wilmington Apple

POLICE LOG: Read highlights from Saturday’s police log.

21 Feb 19
Space Today

The first U.S. astronauts were selected in 1959, before human spaceflight operations began. NASA asked the military services to provide a list of personnel who met specific qualifications. After stringent screening, NASA announced its selection of seven men, all pilots, as the first American astronauts. NASA has selected 21 more groups of astronauts since the […]

21 Feb 19

Jendy Tamelab

    CREATE BY: DAVID JENDY TAMELAB 1612150033 EED BATCH 2016     Preface First of all, give thanks for God’s love and grace for us.   Thanks to God for helping me and giving me the opportunity to complete this task on time. And I especially would like to thank Luh Angelina M.Pd as […]

21 Feb 19
THE INTOWN REPORT

INTOWN REPORT for 2/21/19 – 2/27/19 THURSDAY, 2/21 Alex’s – Drywallero, + Calisamba Amoeba – Gary Clark Jr. Bootleg – Jesse Woods, Kacey Johansing, + Bill Baird Cafe Nela – Sonic Utopia, The Tommy Chiffon Three, + Kat Lively Cinema Bar – Cooper Walker Echo – Frankie, Sazzie, + Cappa Echoplex – Blueface El Rey […]

21 Feb 19
My Gaijin Year

Having ranted last week about Japan ruining its countryside, I recently visited the vast, beautiful and unspoiled island of Hokkaido. The largest of Japan’s four main islands, Hokkaido sits furthest north and, geologically speaking, has more in common with Siberia than the country to which it officially belongs. Many people enjoy nothing more than vacationing […]

21 Feb 19
fox13now.com

[ooyala player_id=”3ce6404476914e86994d87aac3e4391b” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”x1b3E6uSQFrERylr1X1PdViOr0tE” code=”ltNHRhaDE6QIsZkVo_X78jnS9qtSBKp7″] BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON, Utah — There’s been a lot of snow lately, but there will probably be even more — because Salt Lake City is paying to give Mother Nature a boost. It’s called “cloud seeding” — shooting tiny particles up in the air, hoping to produce more […]

21 Feb 19
what the kids want

By: Olivia Keasling   THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK (dir. Henry Dunham) This is both Henry Dunham’s writing and directorial debut and as far as reviews go, it seems he has a lot of talent to bring to the table in both this project and future ones. As for my own personal intrigue in the […]

21 Feb 19
krisnaman

Quime is a small city in Yungas of Inquisivi region of La Paz. About mid way between Cochabamba, Oruro and La Paz, Quime is in a deep forested valley surrounded by high peaks of the Andes. The region is one of the steepest in the Bolivian Andes and the center of biodiversity of both Andean […]

21 Feb 19
krisnaman

La Paz is the administrative capital of Bolivia, while Sucre is the constitutional capital and the seat of the Supreme Court. La Paz was established in 1548, and is in the Andes. Altitude of the city ranges from about 4,058 m (13,313 ft) above sea level in El Alto (where the airport is located) to […]

21 Feb 19
krisnaman

Quick Facts Capital La Paz (administrative & governmental); Sucre (legal capital & judicial seat) Government Republic Currency Boliviano (BOB) Area 1,098,580km² water: 14,190km² land: 1,084,390km² Population 8,989,046 (July 2006 estimate) Language Spanish (official), Quechua (official), Aymara (official) Religion Roman Catholic 95%, Protestant (Evangelical Methodist) Electricity 220V, 50HZ (but 115V in La Paz & Viacha (A […]

21 Feb 19
Working On My Redneck ™

Now in his 14th season as a full-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Seriescompetitor, Kyle Busch has achieved numerous milestones during his time in NASCAR’s top series, not the least of which is his impressive number of 51 race wins.  Busch, driver of the No. 18 SNICKERS® Creamy Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR), is set […]