Thousand Talents

23 Feb 19
Coyote Gulch

From City of Vail via The Vail Daily: Glenn Porzak, the water rights attorney who has worked tirelessly through the decades to advance and protect water rights for Vail and the Western Slope, has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Vail Trailblazer Award. Presented by the Vail Town Council, the award has been […]

23 Feb 19
Amatopia

Most of our pop culture rebels are working for the man. Seriously, even the so-called “counterculture” of the 1960s was all about a huge government telling everyone what to do and making things right. How else do you explain the huge red streak shooting through music and literature and TV and film? Even today, “rebellion” […]

23 Feb 19
Things Amic Thinks About

One of the most interesting discussions you can have about sports or, in fact, life in general is the “what if” discussion. Talk with folks who’ve studied World War II, for example, and you can spend all night going back and forth about what would have happened if the French had simply sent troops to […]

23 Feb 19
DMlations

The two streets weren’t completely disconnected from each other. Once in awhile, there will be rich mortals who will go to Overlooking Immortals street to buy some elixirs. Even though they couldn’t cultivate, they could still consume the elixirs to strengthen their bodies and prolong their lifespan. Overlooking Immortals street is Qing city’s most prosperous […]

23 Feb 19
Weapons and Warfare

Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius [Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus; 26 April 121 – 17 March 180] believed that the barbarian groups beyond the Rhine and the Danube had been allowed too much freedom of action while three of the regional legions had been fighting in the east. Indeed, both archaeological evidence and the scant literary sources […]

23 Feb 19
thinking out loud

“There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is […]

23 Feb 19
Sonya Christian's Blog

Good morning, Bakersfield. It is Saturday, February 23, 2019… A great day to be a Renegade. This is the second time in six years that I missed a blog post…. last Saturday’s (2/16). I am dedicating this blog to all moms….the wind beneath our wings. Early College Launches in McFarland Bakersfield College and McFarland High […]

23 Feb 19
Middle East Affairs

In its latest event focused on art and culture, Saudi Arabia’s al-Ula hosted 20 Saudi artists from seven different regions across the Kingdom to do live paintings inspired by the mesmerizing landscapes of the ancient city. The three-day event, organized by the Misk Art Institute, is titled ‘Tjallat’, which translates to ‘Manifestation’, where the artists […]

23 Feb 19
Bob Zima's Killer Wails

At the end of the day, the only person who can actually help you heal from the crises or life storms that have entered your life, wrecked havoc and then moved on,is: YOU During the onset of a life storm or shortly thereafter the people in your life will gather around you, offer support and […]

23 Feb 19
Expressions For Reality

I witness his foolery As the crowd cheers the insanity He delivers with finesse on stage They see the images he creates Being a part of the audience I’m unconvinced I see escapism in his efforts To rise above the dearth of reality Every movement oozes talent As raw as his red spirit His courage […]

23 Feb 19
World Site News

Seoul (CNN)Forced to kneel and assaulted for forgetting to buy ginger. Kicked and spat on for being late. Drenched with water for driving too slowly. Struck on the forehead with a mop handle for seemingly no reason. This is just some of the physical and verbal abuse allegedly committed by Lee Myung-hee, matriarch of the…

23 Feb 19
grade 11 2018-2019

Wag ka dito madrama to. Name: Jam Devecais Section: 11-Gas C I’m just a plain girl👧, hindi kagandahan syempre hindi din panget alangan e down ko sarili ko blog ko ito e 😅 but kidding a side I’m a simple girl and I don’t have the looks that can capture everyone’s eyes pero cute ako […]

23 Feb 19
Let tomorrow be X

In this blog post, the initial thought was to talk about my experience and exposure to the Energy Industry in Toronto. However, it kinda turned into a full recount of me and energy and sustainability over the past few years – because I can’t help but give a bit (read: a lot) of context to […]

23 Feb 19
Windsor Star

Her handshake would make a stonemason wince and that’s just the first clue that there’s much more to Patti France, the immensely likeable first female president of St. Clair College, than meets the eye. Wild applause from staff and students greeted the announcement, four years ago next week, that the petite Riverside High School product […]

23 Feb 19
Wiser, Braver, More Optimistic

BY MATTHEW HERBERT I’m sort of a fan of political speeches. This despite the fact that I agree with H.L. Mencken that politicians are sociopaths by definition. They must lie to at least half the people half the time and be really good at it. Mencken thought politicians lied, not just to some people, but […]