March 1, 2018

Daily Archives

  • Broadcasters have already deemed the city backdrop

    Broadcasters have already deemed the city backdrop for the Summer Games the most telegenic ever. But no matter how good this teeming seaside metropolis where the urban jungle and the literal jungle meet looks on TV, footage simply can compare with the experience of actually being here. Epaper, Digital Access, Subscriber Rewards), please input your […]

  • Ontarians are just as likely to hit their local LCBO in search

    Fantastic! An Ohio girl saved up two years’ worth of prizes tickets (more than 100,000) she and her dad earned playing games at Dave Busters and went on an epic shopping spree. But the 5 year old didn’t keep a thing for herself. Rather, she donated all of the toys to kids in need. Marble […]

  • There were a few mosquitoes but not too bad

    The sunset was amazing. There were a few mosquitoes but not too bad. The trail is well kept and there is plenty of water along the way. A new beer garden opened in my neighborhood this summer, but it wasn until this past weekend I finally got to fully experience the 13,000 square feet of […]

  • observatory is needed

    Once there, no observatory is needed, only your eyes and patience, Nemiroff said.Even when a northern nights activity prediction is high, your odds of seeing a display and the quality of that display go up as you travel north. That makes Isle Royale Michigan holy grail for viewing. All guest rooms, as well as the […]

  • All rounders will take wickets and in the end overs

    All rounders will take wickets and in the end overs, only yorkers are bowled and thus make a complete victory. Since every one does his job, captain has no job. But, this is all in ideal world. One might have thought that his lamentable announcement would have had yet another unfortunate consequence: that is, depriving […]

  • channels of animation

    There are 40,000 lights set to music at 88.5 FM. The whole show is computer controlled, with 256 channels of animation. Highlights include a 20 foot tall tree adorned with 9,600 lights, 10 smaller trees, a Christmas sign and more. Enhanced picture services allow you to crop, rotate, and adjust the brightness and contrast of […]

  • as numerous nieces

    Joseph Carmel Hospice, on Wednesday, October 22, 2014, at the age of 84 years, with his family by his side. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 42 years, Linda; his children, Scott (Crystal) Watson and Kim (Paul) Tuchscherer; his grandchildren, Emma and Ian Watson; Brooke and Brandon Tuchscherer; his sisters, Doreen (Bill) […]

  • Even though both these racers were using the same

    Even though both these racers were using the same gears they were not running an equal set up. Racer A would be faster coming off the corners and Racer B would be faster down the straight. So what if Racer B wanted to run the same IPR as Racer A but still use the same […]

  • Heal Veterans

    Kerry Cahill joined forced with Help Heal Veterans (Heal Vets) to create a wristband in memory of her father similar to the one he wore daily. Heal Vets arts and crafts also provide therapy for veterans suffering from memory loss, stroke or extremity weakness. “My dad was a hero he died saving the lives of […]

  • friendly activities

    Free. The event also includes real snow, visits with Jolly Old St. Nick, live entertainment and other family friendly activities. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, 246 Dolan Ave., Gulfport. Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would be elf is raised, unaware he is […]