17 Feb 19

2019-02-17 06:00:00 [ad_1] Tulsa chamber recognized for dedication to service agency The Tulsa Regional Chamber was honored recently by Voices for National Service, a diverse coalition of national service programs, state service commissions and individual champions who work to ensure Americans of all ages can serve and volunteer in their community. Mike Neal, president and […]

09 Feb 19

Over the past couple of years, thanks to a combination of poor time-management skills and technical difficulties, I got behind on a lot of things. One of those things was listening my favorite podcasts, among them Welcome to Night Vale, which I am currently (as I’m writing this) over 2 years behind on. The last […]

07 Feb 19
Broadlake Financial Management

2018 Year In Review: And Looking Ahead Greetings Clients, and happy New Year!  Now that we’ve put a bow on 2018, we thought we’d take this opportunity to look back on what transpired last year and to reflect upon some notable developments.  One of the biggest events from our standpoint in 2018 was the changing […]

02 Feb 19
Angora Chronicles

Madeline and I had traveled to Acapulco, Mexico for a getaway in the late 1970’s. It was enjoyable and we wanted to go back. So we convinced my parents, Bonnie and Cecil, to go with us. It wasn’t an easy decision to make. One never knew how well Cecil Lewis would travel and adapt to […]

01 Feb 19
Conor's Corner

The Smithwicks Experience was a tour I went to down in County Kilkenny. Smithwick is a alcohol brewery and sell their alcohol across all of Ireland. They have a tour of how they make and the history of a Smithwicks pint. In this blog I will tell my tale of The Smithwicks experience. When I […]

31 Jan 19
Mikes Foodie

So today we took to Kilkenny my ancestral home and as we are visiting Callan I am particularly excited as this is my maternal home which I have never visited. Or first stop was to Keoghs Bakery where traditional baking methods  are still employed. Our host Mr Keogh was very informative and expressed he’s concern that Brexit who […]

31 Jan 19

Hi Guys! I can’t believe I’m writing this blog! It still seems surreal that I actually just spent two weeks in the states! Honestly it’s like a dream at this stage and I’m only home a week ! Anyway I wanted to get it up as soon as possible while I still remember everything in depth […]

29 Jan 19

The picture of Ireland in my mind has always been full of greenery, Guinness, and cobble-stone houses. Getting there and trying to experience what Ireland had to offer in ten days was going to be a challenge, but we picked 5 cities to see the Irish culture. It was best to fly in to Dublin, […]

27 Jan 19
Financial Risk

October 1952 sounds right for Debbie Born in Los Angeles I was 5, started first grade in Tucumcari really bright sun me am mom walking downtown her carrying baby becky. Then went to LA. Then came back for Steve to be born in January. Bus trip to Los Angeles both ways I guess while dad […]

26 Jan 19

Some cities just connect with you on such a personal level that you could easily see yourself living there and Kilkenny is one of those rare gems. The capital of county Kilkenny is a colorful city with an equally colorful past, yet its nickname is The Marble City due to the black limestone which has […]

26 Jan 19
Angora Chronicles

We left Smithwick in August of 1956. My brother, Kenny was ready to start to first grade early the next month. I turned 4 years old that month. Our dad, Cecil had just had a career altering run-in with Skinny Childers at Pure Stone, where he had been from the beginning of its existence. I […]

22 Jan 19
B Film Brew Crew Blog

Synopsis A new mother and her child move into her mother-in-law’s dark old mansion. She soon begns to suspect that neither the house nor her mother-in-law are quite what they seem to be. Drinking Rules: Oscar’s Rule: Whenever the house is not just a house. Clemente’s Rule: Whenever they say Witch! Listener Rule: None Loser […]

22 Jan 19
Retrogirl Confessional

  We love downtown Fredericksburg. The antique stores, the restaurants and pubs, and the unique shops make for a great day trip from Williamsburg. This trip, I finished up our annual store inventory in the morning and we hit the road. It was pouring rain, so we didn’t go to as many places as we […]

20 Jan 19
Angora Chronicles

Melvin Heine and my dad, Cecil Lewis were just about as close as friends get. They were at one or the other’s house for coffee almost every morning. Whatever Melvin owned, my Dad was welcome to use and the same the other way. That also went for Cecil’s two sons. Melvin and his wife never […]

20 Jan 19

IBBA National Basketball League Men’s Division 2 1979-80     P W L Pts   Date Home Team   Away Team     Semi-Finals         Corinthians 97 Tuam 80   St. Colm’s 77 Annadale 60   Final         Corinthians 85 St. Colm’s 68 [1]   IBBA National Basketball League […]