“We are inspired by the commitment from the Springfield Public Schools to the creation of The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum and the generosity of Springfield school children,” said Springfield Museums president Kay Simpson. “Their outstanding contribution will support our efforts to celebrate the internationally renowned Dr.
Perhaps it’s unwise for a Catholic priest to admit being a “Sopranos” fan, but I confess to having used it more than once as fodder for a Sunday homily. I happen to think it was one of the most spiritual shows on television. Had I told James that, he might have been as surprised as he was by my “God of Carnage” quip..
It’s impossible to pick the ripest fruits at the top of the tree, the closest to the burning hot sun, because there’s no way up. We’d need a crane. We pick as far as we can get, though it is difficult. Henry’s Sheffield born wife Maria died aged 57 in 1895. By the time of the 1901 census Henry was described as a “retired master printer and publisher” living in Oak Hill Road, Nether Edge. He may not have been in good health, for among his four female servants were two “sick nurses”.
Air Force for 22 years, retiring in 1969. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, 4th degree and the Tinker NCO Club. He is survived by his wife Nancy of the home; sons Jerry Hatley, Colorado Springs, and Gary Hatley, OKC; daughter Sharon Habener, Yukon; brother Bob Hatley, Bethany; 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
The front of the house, facing the lake, is focused on the view; the back, under a second floor mezzanine for the master suite, is where the living is done: kitchen, bathrooms and a separate suite for guests. Back area is the he explains, you could say the whole front area, where the view is, is the lens. Kitchen forms the hub of the design, just as it the hub of the house for the two expert cooks who live here: It the shutter.
Between all of the country’s islands, there is no shortage of white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. But while many feel the need to fly to the likes of Gigantes Island, Iloilo or Calaguas Island, Camarines Norte, there are countless hidden gems lying just two to three hours from Manila in the province of Quezon. Cagbalete Island is one such gem.
McClearnon, who grew up in Madeira Beach and attended Boca Ciega High, discovered kiteboarding in 2002. By 2007, he devoted all his time to the sport. He was on the water for hours. In the process, “farm to table,” once a term used only by chefs, has become a marketing buzzword, and governmental officials have rewritten regulations to allow chickens to roost all the way out in the lawn clad suburbs. “We had a sense of what the city could look like in terms of people’s relationships to growing,” says Katherine Kelly, executive director of the nonprofit Cultivate KC, which hosts the tour, “but what has surprised me is the sheer momentum (of the movement) and how quickly different sectors have taken it on.” Kickoff: Chow Town’s Jill Wendholt Silva will moderate a panel as civic leaders honor the work of the last decade and look forward to the future of urban agriculture in Kansas City. The panel includes Cultivate Kansas City co founder and executive director Katherine Kelly; assistant city manager Kimiko Gilmore; Missouri councilman Scott Wagner; organic farmer, food activist and Bad Seed proprietor Brooke Salvaggio; and Dina Newman, Ivanhoe Neighborhood Health Initiatives manager..