2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Andrea Martinez, Santa Margarita Catholic High School; Kelsey Kato, Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts; Lexi Ginn, Tesoro High School; Jason Marrs, Mission Viejo High School; Reed Jones, Laguna Hills High School; Caitlin Crawley, Rosary High School; Summer Wagner, Fullerton Union High School 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Fernando Cardenas, Yorba Linda High School Sound The gallery will resume inseconds 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Fernando Cardenas, Yorba Linda High School 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Fernando Cardenas, Yorba Linda High School 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Madeline Blomdahl, San Juan Hills High School 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Madeline Blomdahl, San Juan Hills High School 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: Madeline Blomdahl, San Juan Hills High School 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10, Theater: … [Read more...] about 2015 Artist of the Year Top 10s: Theater and Dance
opinion Bryan Kent Wallace Guest Columnist Published 10:00 p.m. UTC Aug 19, 2018 I am a black male who frequents two specific Starbucks in Nashville. One on Murfreesboro Road and one on Charlotte Avenue. In my time of attending these establishments, I have had nothing but positive experiences. I have enjoyed working on my laptop at Starbucks so much I can say I wrote no less than 80 percent of my doctoral work and numerous grants sitting in the window of the Murfreesboro Pike location. Recently, I decided to go to the Charlotte Avenue Starbucks to put some grades in my grade book before I taught my 8 a.m. class. When I arrived, I noticed there was a black male standing in an empty parking space. I realized he was yelling at one of the Starbucks employees who was standing across the driveway on the patio. I got a table inside and saw the employee come in, go behind the counter and pick up the phone. If the gentleman were outside asking for … [Read more...] about How a Nashville Starbucks schooled us all on empathy and sensitivity
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByMatt Flegenheimer and Thomas Kaplan Aug. 19, 2018 CONWAY, Pa. — The rules are workable enough in the right hands, in the right corner of a right-leaning region of a state like this one. Avoid the jacket-and-tie look, so voters — wary enough of Democrats — do not think they are looking at a Jehovah’s Witness. “That happened,” recalled Representative Conor Lamb, now in a polo shirt. Pivot to safe subjects. After a local here loudly mocked the idea of “Russian collusion” with President Trump to a peer, Mr. Lamb, 34, moved in to introduce himself, telling the man (who said he was Russian) about falling in love with Russian cuisine when he was in the Marines. And if all else fails — and it will, often — there is always prayer. “I was … [Read more...] about Trump Won Pennsylvania. Democrats Want the State (and His Voters) Back.
The individual tiles interlock in this design, “Lantern” from the Hello Eternity collection. (Courtesy Walker Zanger) Walker Zanger presents its “Vortex” in Night Straight which adds a definite three-dimensional feel to a room. (Courtesy of Walker Zanger) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Show Caption of Expand By Suzanne Sproul | [email protected] | Daily Bulletin PUBLISHED: April 21, 2016 at 12:55 pm | UPDATED: August 28, 2017 at 6:14 am Decorating with tiles provides a colorful and bold opportunity to add depth and drama to a room. Instead of paint (a relatively easy fix) and wallpaper (better than it used to be but can still be tricky), homeowners and designers are rediscovering the magic of these square decor elements. “Tile is not an accessory but a new way to show each person’s individual style. Now you have options with textures and shapes,” said Kaleena Khademi, director of marketing and an interior … [Read more...] about Tile Style: Home decorating has designs beyond paint and wallpaper
(Ann Voskamp) Dear Mid-life, 40-Something Birthday, Blow out your dripping candles from the Dollar Store this week, circling there on your gluten-free birthday cake like a miniature candlelight vigil because there you are: Forty-something. You’re about half way there, old BraveHeart. Half way. Barring an extravagant act of God and a lifetime of green smoothies, there is, at best, only half the track still stretching out ahead of you like your last invitation. So live backward from your 90th birthday cake. A post shared by annvoskamp (@annvoskamp) on Jul 9, 2018 at 10:49pm PDT Always: Live backward from the end goal. Look at who’s in the room singing off tune on your 90th birthday – and who are you making room for right now? I’m hankering to be the weathered woman of 9 decades, hunched over her cake, looking around a room of babies slung on hips and gangly, grinning teenagers and the gathering of the generations who know … [Read more...] about When you’re struggling with mid-life and another year older — remember this