The USA Women’s Eagles will face the Barbarians for the first time on April 26 at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colorado. Rob Cain will bring the full training squad of 51 players to Glendale in advance of the match. Players were selected based on performances in the Eagles’ Regional Training Program. “Everyone has been incredibly […]
Well, Spring has been slow in coming…it does this every year (expected), yet I’m shocked every time it snows after we’ve had the first few warm spring days! Sunday was super snowy – I think we got 4+ inches in one snow fall! We almost had to cancel our Life Group, but we had already […]
In this month’s installment of our book club series, we decided to follow the theme of “spring.” If you’re looking for stories and poems that focus on rebirth, renewal, and new beginnings, read on!
According to an annual shared micro-mobility report compiled by the National Association of City Transportation Officials and released on April 17, more than twice as many shared bicycle and e-scooter trips were taken in 2018 – 84 million – compared to 2017. The group noted that 36.5 million of those “micro-mobility” trips were taken on […]
The rain is falling steadily in the large aviaries, inciting a riotous outbreak of activity among our feathered friends. Some are hanging upside down like trapeze artists, heads dangling, wings extended in blissful abandon as cooling water streams through their feathers. Others are hopping from perch to perch, pausing for some frenzied preening. And then, whirring above us, are the bright-eyed thieves who appear to be casing any hapless human who ignored the instruction to remove all their jewellery. I think I’ve escaped unscathed when a large technicoloured macaw suddenly lands on my head, perching precariously like a sodden race-day fascinator. It lowers its face close to mine and runs its beak around my hair, then my raincoat, and … what’s this then? There’s a plastic bobble on my rain jacket. Irresistible! Now I’m in a tussle that goes like this: tug, tug, release, shriek.
The best bit of radio from 2011 opens the third outingin the Decade With No Name, needing no written analysis,apart from Eddie Mair perfecting the show introduction. My radio breeding ground makes an appearance on 6 Musicat 1:33, with Steve Lamacq interviewing then station managerAndrew Venning, who had a wicked sense of humour. Heard over […]
Let me just preface this by saying that I haven’t picked up a book since I finished Nyxia Unleashed, Scott Reintgen on April 6- until now. A couple of days ago I had a stack of libraries books that I was really interested in reading. One of them was On The Come Up, Angie Thomas. I […]
I first heard Norman Partridge’s name when talking to Norman Prentiss at my second Borderlands Bootcamp in 2010. It came up by happenstance. During dinner, Norman was talking about how someone at the most recent World Horror Convention had mistaken him for Norman Partridge, because of their similar first names. Norman Prentiss‘ wistful response was, […]
It’s mid-April, and the snow is finally melting. I was beginning to wonder if Worcester would be the last place in Vermont to claim white hills and winter, but just a week ago I saw a robin hopping about outside the kitchen window, and knew spring had kept its promise. We started our first […]
Hey everybody, this is Kent. I want to tell you what we’re doing and why. The premise is simple, there are 21 movies under the MCU umbrella, and we ranked them. Pretty simple stuff. The reason why is because Avengers: Endgame comes out a week from now. Last year, when Stan Lee died, Eric contacted […]