Summer Reading

16 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

An interview with Andrés Porte – Tuesday, July 16, 2019 – Updated at 06: 00h Bilbao– Belako concluded the tour to present his successful album Render me numb, trivial violence(Primavera Sound) at the end of 2018, but the Mungia band returns to the road and offer a series of punctual concerts this summer, to "survive […]

16 Jul 19
Together Let's Promote Horror

The Silence: Tim Lebbon Reviewed By Steve Stred Paperback: 368 pages Publisher: Titan Books (17 April 2015) Before I discovered how to really use Twitter and before I discovered #bookstagram and those two fantastic communities, I was a simple man. I would (gasp) head to the local Chapters bookstore, first in Nelson (when it was Coles) then […]

16 Jul 19
Newsy Today

Libertarian Alternative and Coordination of anarchist groups merged to give birth to the Libertarian Communist Union. By Abel Mestre Posted today at 09:25 Time to Reading 2 min. This is rare enough to be underlined. In a political environment, the extreme left, more used to splits than mergers, two organizations have decided to marry under […]

16 Jul 19
Cagibi

by Heidi Davidson-Drexel

16 Jul 19
WIAT
Birmingham, Ala.- You have a chance to celebrate the state’s bicentennial and the 10th annual Rx For Summer Reading on Wednesday, July 17. Alabama 200 and Reach Out and Read-Alabama are partnering together this summer in celebration of the state’s bicentennial and the 10th annual Rx for Summer Reading with Alabama, My Sweet Home by Charles Ghigna. Reach Out and Read Alabama program sites across the state will be providing copies of the book and hosting Alabama-themed activities.  Charles Ghigna, better known as Father Goose, debuted “Alabama, My Sweet Home”, a bicentennial book for young readers at the 2018 Alabama Book Festival. The work features a bear cub named Camilla who accompanies readers as they encounter famous Alabamians like Helen Keller, Rosa Parks and others. One of those activities will take place on Wednesday, July 17 at UAB Primary Care Clinic from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Local actor, Clayne Crawford, will be there to read the book at 1 p.m.  Vulan Materials Company is providing copies of the book to each Reach Out and Read -AL Program site in the reading campaign.
16 Jul 19
Business Management

Tuesday show options include: Sad Summer Festival w/ The Wonder Years, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Sacred Paws, Jim Jones, Chuck Klosterman, and more. Continue reading… What’s going on Tuesday? published first on https://soundwiz.weebly.com/

16 Jul 19
Newsy Today

An interview with Andrés Porte – Tuesday, July 16, 2019 – Updated at 06: 00h Bilbao– Belako concluded the tour to present his successful album Render me numb, trivial violence(Primavera Sound) at the end of 2018, but the Mungia band returns to the road and offer a series of punctual concerts this summer, to "survive […]

16 Jul 19
Business Management

Tuesday show options include: Sad Summer Festival w/ The Wonder Years, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Sacred Paws, Jim Jones, Chuck Klosterman, and more. Continue reading… What’s going on Tuesday? published first on https://soundwiz.weebly.com/

16 Jul 19
I Smell Cakes and Candy by Custom Made Love

A little background about me and food, I love to create. It’s experimental for me.  Scientific.  Especially sugar.  A very universal and divine creation by God that has a wide range of capabilities including but not limited to making your thighs magically grow. Now listen this isn’t a sugar bashing blog post, I mean after […]

16 Jul 19
Portobello Book Blog

I’m delighted to be sharing my review of Jo Thomas’s new book My Lemon Grove Summer. It’s a book that couldn’t be more summery if it tried! Not just because of the title but just look at that gorgeous cover. Does that not look the perfect place to spend a summer’s afternoon? Zelda is fast […]

16 Jul 19
Cagibi

by Jane Bernstein

16 Jul 19
Various Ramblings of a Nostalgic Italian

This has always been one of my favorite Robert Palmer songs.  I remember hearing it on the radio in the late 70’s and I remember having the 45.  As a radio/music guy, I am really ashamed to admit that I did not know that Robert Palmer’s version is NOT the original.  As you can see […]

16 Jul 19
KENYATTA UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN UNION

If you want to know how firm and strong a tree is, check the roots, they are firmly distributed deep down the soil. And same is to a 33 storey building; in as much we are caught up by the glamour of the beautified building, with amazing lights and elevators accompanied by spiral staircase, the […]

16 Jul 19
Potatoes and the Promise of More Potatoes

Dear Sir or Madame (or, if this is me reading this as I proof, screw you, Charlie!): I’ve long considered your company to be a paragon of quality and customer service, that, ten thousand years from now will be considered by anthropologists to be the the gold-standard for whatever it is you do. I no […]

16 Jul 19
Yum Yum Healthy Eating

Everyone knows that losing weight fast can be bad for you, bad for your body and rarely lasts. Until Now! Free Ebook https://goo.gl/mdfU17 Who doesn’t love an easy three bean salad, perfect for summer picnics and potlucks?! This classic American picnic salad has cannellini beans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans, celery, red onion, parsley, and a […]

16 Jul 19
En Brogue

Because renting clothes is the new way to “shop” If you’ve been reading the fashion pages in the papers recently, it won’t have escaped your notice that there’s a new way of getting a wardrobe refresh: clothing rental. While not an entirely new thing – I tested a dress rental company for a feature when […]