Wishing Skills

23 Jul 19
WANE
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Fort Wayne Mad Ants, presented by Lutheran Health Network, the NBA G League affiliate of the Indiana Pacers, announced today the team will host open tryouts on Saturday, September 21 at the Plassman Athletic Center at Turnstone in Fort Wayne. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. and tryouts will begin promptly at 11 a.m. Prospective players will be given the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of the Mad Ants coaching staff and Indiana Pacers representatives. Spectators are invited to attend tryouts at no cost. Date: Saturday, September 21 Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Where: Plassman Athletic Center at Turnstone Address: 3320 N. Clinton St. Fort Wayne, IN 46805 Notable players to make the Mad Ants via open tryout include the Mad Ants’ all-time leader in points, steals and rebounds, Ron Howard (2007) and Travin Thibodeaux (2018), who played with the Indiana Pacers summer league team earlier this month. Full registration details will be announced at a later date at ftwaynemadants.com. Fans wishing to purchase season tickets or mini plans ahead of the 2019-20 season may call the ticket office at 260-469-4667 for more information.
23 Jul 19
The Journey of Kay 531

Ward off chemical dry cleaners when cleaning away your secret plan disks. If a spunky record is non playing, you Crataegus oxycantha be tempted to habit roughly screen of crank or windowpane cleaner on it. This could easy damage the magnetic disc farther. Get a soft, ironical cloth and fret the disk strip with it […]

23 Jul 19
Angelina Borak

This past weekend was a chaotic weekend, thunderstorms with power outages, my 50 year old house needing some plumbing TLC, and my three year old obsessing about finding Nemo (literally finding her Nemo toy) on top of getting work done, taking care of pets and people, taking care of daily tasks and maintaining some order. I started thinking about the […]

23 Jul 19
Concoursn.com

UNICEF recruits 01 International Individual Consultancy International Individual Consultancy: Evidence and knowledge generation on GIFTS Programme, Ghana Job Number: 524029 | Vacancy Link Locations: Africa: Ghana Work Type : Consultancy UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To […]

23 Jul 19

Within the Anticiv milieu, you often hear of violence, or more broadly, force. Whether it’s the machine’s violence against the wild or the subjugation of the individual. The violent methods of the police or insurrectionary counters. From the saboteur to the animal/earth liberationist. Confrontation and resistance are not unknown amongst those who oppose civilization and […]

23 Jul 19
The Pop Topic

Advances in technology combined with the need to streamline administering healthcare to patients have resulted in the advent of telemedicine, a remote method of providing treatment to those in need of it. It is the union of healthcare and telecommunications. Many reasons motivate patients and professionals alike to pursue telemedicine for their latest appointments, from […]

23 Jul 19
Mitch in Maun

This week I joined a scheduled safari through some of the northern game reserves in Botswana, 2 nights in Savuti and 2 nights in Moremi. The tour ended up being just me and 2 middle aged Italian ladies (Rosa and Louisa) for the first 2 nights. Louisa didn’t speak a lick of English and by […]

23 Jul 19
Heavy.com

Eagles players are putting the finishing touches on their offseason workouts.

23 Jul 19
Coeo Space

3 Steps to a Millennial-Friendly Office Space   Millennials have for a number of  years constituted the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, comprising 38% as of 2017. That’s up from 25% in 2011—and continuing to increase. Well-educated and diverse, Millennials bring with them new problem-solving skills and leadership techniques, and employers are bending over […]

23 Jul 19
Intern, graduate jobs

Company: Oxford Archaeology
Location: Cambridge

23 Jul 19
Americana Highways

After a few hours sleep, I head east once again towards Okemah for my final day of the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival. The first two days have proven to be simply magical, and at this point, I’m no longer expecting anything but for that magic to continue. To this point, I’ve taken in 18 extraordinary […]

23 Jul 19
Daily Spiritual Principle - one addict's thoughts

Later this morning, I will head off to Arkansas for a couple of days. After taking yesterday as a personal day off to enjoy celebrating our anniversary with Amanda, today it’s back to my normal routine. Business travel continues to present its normal challenges in our lives. There is nothing glamorous about being on the […]

23 Jul 19
Sports Medicine Weekly

Nine athletes share the phrases they tell themselves to reach peak performance Buddhism, Stoicism, and Taoism all teach adherents to repeat particular chants or mantras to steady the mind. Only recently, though, have researchers begun to look into the power of this practice. A 2015 study published in the journal Brain Behavior described research in which participants were asked to lie […]

23 Jul 19
edux

How cursive, which carries social and cognitive benefits, became the latest fetish of the analogue authenticity set sholiday shoppers browse the handmade notecards out front, a group assembles in the back of a bright, old-fashioned letterpress shop near Harvard University. The dozen strangers, from their 20s to their 50s, drag stools to the edges of […]