The [photograph] above came into my mother’s possession (electronically) a few days ago. She’d never seen it. I think she was told it was taken in 1910 in Jamaica Bay, Queens. I think it may be a bit more recent, like maybe 1912. In any case, certainly over a century old. I knew three people in the photograph.
Requesting input about changes we're thinking about making to the website.
the shofar didn’t originally exist for the High Holy Days. It existed as a sort of ancient siren, a call to action, often with military applications
Limits or no, I can't leave this one out. It's the best book I've ever read and I'm not good choosing favorites. I'm not even done with it, I just keep reading and reading and reading.
I'm not sure how to categorize this one, fantasy, futuristic, maybe dystopian? Mostly a beautiful and meaningful novel.
It's not a great book but it taught me a lot.
The dog book that had possibly the greatest influence on my understanding of and relationships with them, written by a brilliant writer/philosopher who's been rejected by the dog training establishment.
It's the old, ugly story of racism and cruelty we all know too well, with a different story and an amazing, surprise ending. It's Whitehead's newest and the book I read most recently. (And I don't know why I can't control the size of the featured image.)
...insisted they'd no memory of my shabby behavior.
BY ALAN MILNER This is an example of how to get your name into the blurb that is shown with your articles in the listings. This will NOT appear in the actual article.
Here are some really funny things that lawyers have actually said in courtrooms during trials....unbelievable.
"How do the hurricanes know when to start and stop forming? Do they watch Hurricane Central?" Of course not. This is really a matter of nomenclature rather than the conscious intent of the hurricanes. It turns out that, if a storm develops before May 1st or after November 30th, it almost never gets a name.
While the stakes may be high for Americans, at least politically, millions of Europeans have a different kind of interest in the outcome. They are putting their money where their mouth is and are wagering on the outcome of Tuesday’s midterm elections.
There's an epidemic of drunkenness among the younger residents roosting in the small northeastern Minnesota town of Gilbert. where the town's avian residents are dive bombing the human residents of the town, flying around in circles, flying into windows and cars, scaring residents...
Consumers are increasingly dependent upon second-hand recommendations from total strangers when deciding where to spend our money. Whether we refer to reviews posted online, or studies conducted by people who study market trends,
I’ve been building websites since the early 1990s. That was long before WordPress appeared in 2003, so I was building websites with HTML, PHP, and a whole bunch of other packages I would rather not remember even if
104-year-old world renowned scientist David Goodall is leaving Australia to fly across the world to end his life in Switzerland. The lauded ecologist and botanist is not suffering from a serious illness but wishes to bring forward his death.
We have introduced a brand new category called Et Cetera, which is Latin for "so on and so forth" (or so we have been told.) We are encouraging our authors to use Et Cetera when they can't decide where their articles belong. Problem solved...until Wordpress threw a monkey wrench into their code.
Legendary singer and actor Jim Nabors passed away in Hawaii on November 30th, at the age of 87, leaving behind a legacy as a gentle comedic actor with a superb singing voice. See him here, one more time....
College is a time for exploration, making new friends, and discovering who you are and, as any college freshman knows, a time to declare a major....but college majors may not mean much to employers any more.
Tom Petty was an unpretentious American original, a musician of rare talent, a singer blessed with unique voice, a story teller whose songs summarized four decades of the American experience...