Vi Spring

18 Jul 19
Uprootedpalestinians's Blog

July 17, 2019 by Ollie Richardson for The Saker Blog As we come closer to August, when most of France (and Europe) is in holiday mode, I think that it is an apt moment to summarise what has happened in relation to the Yellow Vests movement since the last time I wrote about this topic, […]

18 Jul 19
Newsfile Corp.

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 18, 2019) – LOOPShare Ltd. (TSXV: LOOP) (OTCQB: LPPPF), world’s first fully-integrated electric scooter sharing platform, is pleased to announce a partnership with Harbour Air to launch its electric scooter ridesharing service into Vancouver, British Columbia. Loop’s electric scooters will be available for use in Vancouver on a station […]

18 Jul 19
FOLLOWING HADRIAN

After less than a year spent in Rome since his arrival in the capital as the new emperor, Hadrian made a journey into Campania, the southern region of Italy where Greek civilization had once flourished. A passage in the Historia Augusta gives a chronological order of the events and states that the journey came after […]

18 Jul 19
Paris1972-Versailles2003

So on a rainy cloudy day in my neck of the woods and 19C or about 65F and a much better sunny 29C or 84F in my Madrid! Let me tell you some news of my beloved  Spain! Let’s start with something we love to do and I will again next month! Neighborhood bars and […]

18 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

The Stalker is an SUV developed by the Apol Togliatti company. And since Apal is one of the largest Russian producers of plastics, the machine is built according to an interesting pattern: panels made of impact-resistant plastic are mounted on a spatial frame of thin-walled pipes. In the spring of 2017, Rosstandart issued a fresh […]

18 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

The Stalker is an SUV developed by the company Apol Togliatti. And since Apal is one of the major Russian producers of plastic materials, the machine is built according to an interesting model: impact-resistant plastic panels are mounted on a spatial structure of thin-walled pipes. In the spring of 2017, Rosstandart issued a new approval […]

18 Jul 19
U S Military History

July 18, 1864 – The Battle of Cool Spring, also known as Castleman’s Ferry, Island Ford, Parker’s Ford, and Snicker’s Ferry, was a battle in the American Civil War fought July 17–18, 1864, in Clarke County, Virginia, as part of the Valley Campaigns of 1864. The battle was a Confederate victory. After the Battle of […]

18 Jul 19
Sufficient Living

[OC] The HEL Jumper [Chapter 2.15] Book 1 of The HEL Jumper —– Previous | First —– ‘General Osmundson, retired Colonel Marshall Winters, co-founder of Omega Division has arrived. Shall I show him in?’ The blond, barrel chested man stood from his desk and replied to his VI. “Yes, of course Alfred. And you don’t […]

18 Jul 19
Now! Newington

STRATFORD — The Stratford Brakettes enter their final home stand of the regular season Thursday night with a 7 p.m. doubleheader against the Connecticut Eliminators 23U team at Frank DeLuca Hall of Fame Field. It is the start of an ambitious nine-game weekend, culminating Sunday night with a nine-inning exhibition game at New Britain Stadium […]

17 Jul 19
Clan Carruthers

Carruthers Clan Int Society                                                                     Promptus et Fidelis Irish Emigrants  Letters From Canada 1839-1870   Duplicated and Bound in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1951 […]

17 Jul 19
Tiny Commotions

A few weeks into the 21st century, I woke up one morning unable to breathe. Or rather, I could breathe, but not correctly, not easily. My chest felt strange. My pulse labored. The act of taking in air and expelling it did not come without effort. I thought it might pass. It didn’t. I went […]

17 Jul 19
anataxasthai

Prologue: At Rome   The setting is the early 1800’s. The Irish-born missionary bishop from America, Fr. Ferrand, proposes his plan to start an apostolic vicarate in New Mexico to three cardinals, Italian, French and Spanish. His candidate is the 35-year old Jean Marie Latour, who served with Ferrand for 9 years in the Great Lakes […]