The Winter Soldier

24 Jun 19
Andrew Dabar

Thursday and Friday—both were a blur.  High school inquiries went unanswered. Saturday.  Michael’s nose was the second organ of his body to arouse from sleep.  His mother had prepared a hot breakfast for him.  His favorite: pancakes slathered in butter and drenched in maple syrup, bacon burnt black as his coffee.  For a moment, he […]

24 Jun 19
gerrard1813

At the end of the last post I came top of Shell, which was not very difficult. The normal route out of Shell was into the 4th form where my contemporaries had been and which would have left me a year behind them. However I was placed in the bottom Remove class, back to where […]

24 Jun 19
News Directory

Samson. T The first Avenger. Now in a new interview with CinemaBlend, actor Anthony Mackie talks about Chris Evans. RELATED: Avengers: Endgame Directors Get Anthony Mackie and Star-Spangled Present "I love Chris," Mackie said. "Chris is the amazing Cap." T "Chris is an amazing cap." T It 's definitely, but a black dude. t not […]

24 Jun 19
"I Got to Get This Out Before I Go."

Running Away When I first met Larry Brown, I told him that I had no memory of my life before age 11. We decided that we would live in the present and not worry about those lost years. Lately I have decided that those memories are inside me, if I could only find them. Embedded […]

24 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

It is a particularly symbolic event as an incredible heat wave crosses Europe. Former professional swimmer Maarten van der Weijden, 38, former Olympic medalist, reached the city of Leeuwarden in the evening in the north of the Netherlands. He went swimming, which was originally the plot of a famous speed skating race. It could not […]

24 Jun 19
steveallburynz

Traveling further north from Edinburgh the first thing one comes upon is the new bridge over the river Forth – and what a great, modern looking structure it is (above)… On the way up we took in another couple of castles using that very handy “Scotland Pass” (which is turning out to be great value […]

24 Jun 19
Annlyel Online

The capital of Estonia, Tallinn, was ultimately a peaceful town. Its menial population of 1.3 million made it almost a fairytale-like world as the city consisted of five-story rectangular buildings with colorful rooves–distinctly its red rooves made the city stand out–and churches whose individual steeples stood tall over the city’s flat skyline. Lying on the […]

24 Jun 19
Writing as a Journey

This will be a shorter post. Ace Con 2019 is in Seattle this coming weekend, and I’m going with two of my best friends. One of them is meeting Jeremy Renner, the actor who plays Hawkeye in The Avengers movie franchise. I will be meeting Deborah Woll, the actress who plays Karen Paige in Daredevil, […]

24 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

While the Marvel film universe is heading towards a completely new phase after the climatic events of Avengers: Endgame, everyone is waiting to see which A-list talent will join the highest-grossing franchise in the world. While Keanu Reeves has already launched his hat in the ring to play Wolverine, Sounds like the MCU is getting […]

24 Jun 19

ROMANOV BY NADINE BRANDES G’day friends! So, I wasn’t planning on writing this review (because I have so many other reviews that I urgently need to write *NetGalley screams at me in the distance*) but I just finished this book yesterday (as I’m writing this) and I kind of need to write my thoughts, because […]

24 Jun 19
Weapons and Warfare

The Taiping forces’ victory over the Qing army in capturing Nanjing is depicted here. The Taiping soldiers, were relentless in training and became fierce fighters. Harvard Yenching Library. The Qing army recaptured Nanjing in 1864. After Issachar Roberts left him in the winter of 1862, Hong Rengan had little contact with anyone else from the […]