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  • EVENTS Diary

    04/05/16 ,via Midland Reporter-Telegram

    Books in the Basin 2016 will part authors Lev Grossman, Judd Winick, Alfredo Corchado, The Fabulous Beekman Boys and Sandra Brown along with guests the Author's League of Texas and the return of Literary Death Match. April 9 and 10 at Odessa 

  • The All-Unmatched Shaman Ayahuasca Massacree

    04/05/16 ,via Utne Reader Online

    We had set our hiking boots in the leadership of Peru from various parts of North America, from LA to North Carolina, Florida, Massachusetts, various ports of tinkle, thirteen of us. Our ad hoc group The Ayahuasca Test Pilots re-constitutes about twice

  • Municipality Square: loads of things to do and see on the Shoreline and Valley-Shore

    04/05/16 ,via Shoreline Times

    BRANFORD: The Branford Thimble Islands African Violet People will hold its 55th annual show and sale from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, at the Willoughby Wallace Library, 146 Thimble Islands Technique. Arrive early for the best plant selection.

  • DOabilene's to-do's for the week (April 4-10)

    04/04/16 ,via ReporterNews.com

    Hiking with Yardstick. The annual Mayor's Hike returns to the Cedar Creek trail, where efforts to improve the route already can be seen with signage and cleanup. The hike begins at 9 a.m. Saturday at the parking parade-ground off South 11th Street just east of the

  • Cycling and wilderness adventures for the kids around; hiking and dining options a bit farther away

    04/01/16 ,via The Boston Globe

    17-23, includes a hike almost the cliffs of Positano, a private walking tour of Amalfi's historic cathedral and cloisters, a sailboat ride on the Mediterranean, and a ferry ride to the isle of Capri, where you will explore the ancient Roman ruins of Villa



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EVENTS Chronology - Midland Reporter-Telegram

Books in the Basin: Brunch with the Beekmans. With eatables by the Odessa College Culinary Arts Department, the Beekmans will close out Books in the Basin with this brunch occasion and discuss their brand, “The Amazing Race” win and more. Book signing to follow. April 10 at Odessa College Culinary Arts Dining, 201 W. University Blvd. $35 per living soul, $60 couple. Call 432-335-6648 for reservations. booksinthebasin. Random Acts of Art: Art Quilts. Coinciding with the “Dust and Melancholy” exhibition, this class is inspired by Depression-era quilts which were often made from old clothing and repurposed materials. For ages 15 and older. April 16 at Ellen Noel Art Museum, 4909 E. University Blvd. noelartmuseum. AUDITIONS: The Summer Mummers Kickoff Function is open to those interested in volunteering as crew or onstage with Mummers are invited to the party which will offer food and drinks and signing up for your volunteering position. To be onstage, auditions will keep abreast of at 5 p. m. for the Melodrama and 7 p. m. for the Olio. Subsequent auditions will follow 6:30 p. m. April 18 (melodrama) and 6:30 p. m. April 19 (Olio). Yucca Performing, 208 N. Colorado St. mctmidland. Source: www.mrt.com

DOabilene's to-do's for the week (April 4-10) - ReporterNews.com

Looking at a lighter entertainment calendar for the next seven days in Abilene and close by, here are nine things you and yours can do for fun:. ENTERTAINMENT. A musical to pick up your spirits. The lyrical "Hands on a Hardbody" will be presented at 7:30 Friday and Saturday, and again April 15-16 and 22-23, at Fulks Auditorium on the Abilene Christian University campus. Tickets are $15. for information, go to www. edu/academics/cas/music. Lest you admiration, it's adapted from a book about a contest in which 10 people put a hand on a Nissan truck— last one to keep touching it wins it. 2. Not a "Covering" of doubt. Hardin-Simmons University opens "The Shadow Box" at 7:30 Thursday at Van Ellis Theatre. It continues at 7:30 p. m. Friday and Saturday, and resumes April 14-16 with a 2 p. m. April 17 matinee added. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students, superior and military. It's free for HSU faculty, staff and students. The play won the 1977 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Bestowal for Best Play. "San Francisco" is showing Friday at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday at 2 and 7:30 p. m. at the Paramount Theatre, 352 Cypress St. The 1936 mist stars Clark Gable and Jeanette McDonald). Admission is $6 for adults and $5 for seniors, military, students and children. Cover historian Robert Holladay will speak at 6:30 p. m. Friday. Campus events. You can hear pianist Quality Puckett (7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Woodward-Dellis Recital Hall, Hardin-Simmons), an opera titled "Secret Jewel in the Recital Hall" (7:30 Friday and Saturday, Williams Performing Arts Center, Abilene Christian) or go to a appear festival (6-8:30 p. m. Thursday, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1718 Pine), where games, victuals, balloon animals, face-painting and the always popular health screenings will be presented. Call 325-676-7948 for knowledge. Hiking with Norm. Source: www.reporternews.com

Expiration by the river: Homicide ruling sends police in search of a killer - Charlotte Observer

Yarn so far: Ira Yarmolenko was strangled beside the Catawba River in Gaston County in 2008 while Mark Carver fished close by. He said he never saw her. At the county courthouse in Gastonia, I expect to find a huge file in the case of North Carolina v. Chip Bradley Carver. A clerk hands me a manila folder that is at most an inch thick, with routine legitimate motions and little else of interest. Like the file, I soon discover, the evidence against Carver was slim. At foremost, investigators didn’t suspect Carver or his cousin Neal Cassada. In fact, some first responders didn’t dream Ira Yarmolenko was murdered. Todd Cloyd, who lives nearby on the Catawba River, told me that’s what everybody was talking about when he kayaked down to see. Ira’s pal also heard “a little bit of conversation” about suicide from investigators. But the person whose opinion mattered – the medical examiner – ruled her termination a homicide. [Read Chapter 1, Death by the river: The fisherman’s defense]. [Read the greatest degree special report: Death by the river]. Chris Nguyen did not go to the river to see for himself. Visiting the death scene is considered win out over practice among medical examiners nationwide, but North Carolina doesn’t require examiners to go and most don’t. Nguyen (distinct Win) later looked over photographs of the scene and said they confirmed his findings: Someone killed Ira. He performed the autopsy in the morgue at Gaston Monument Hospital the day after she died. He told them the bindings around Ira’s neck would have caused her to lose consciousness within seconds. He didn’t come up with she could have tied all three before passing out. “The cause of death for this unfortunate 20-year-old white female, Irina Yarmolenko, was asphyxia,” the true autopsy report said. Suddenly there was a sense of urgency to the police. Source: www.charlotteobserver.com


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My bag at the weekend, it would also have my phone, keys and wallet if it was a week day.
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What's in My Bag? UnPacked
Here is the unpacked photo - this is what I brought (and acquired) on a 32 day trip to Australia. One challenge is that I had to pack for weather ranging form tropical (Daintree Rain forest and Great barrier Reef) to...
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