Did Alice Crimmins Kill Her Kids?
A false alarm was raised in Cunningham Park when what looked like a blond-headed body turned out to be a discarded doll. On Monday morning, 19 July, Vernon Warnecke and his son, walking together to look at a treehouse used by the children in the ...
April 11, 2015
SJ Kids: What makes popcorn pop?
Lucy Woodruff, Grade 2, Edwards. I think that popcorn pops because the heat makes it so hot that it blows up. And it's called popcorn because it pops. Victoria Rich, Grade 2, Englewood. I believe popcorn pops because of the heat. Sophia Carlson, Grade ...
March 25, 2015
Daddy Duty: Head cold turns Isabella into insomniac
I carried Isabella in from the garage, put her in her Pack n' Play and watched her roll around, still looking like sleep was nowhere in her future. At 1:45 a.m., I woke Less than three hours later, my alarm went off and I had to get ready for work ...
March 11, 2015
Drunk man arrested after breaking into Hormel Nature Center in Austin
The unusual situation began when the Austin Police Department and the Mower County Sheriff's Office responded to security alarms going off at 3:33 a.m., according to Police Chief Brian Krueger. Multiple windows were found smashed on the east and west ...
March 10, 2015
Cincinnati Health Briefs: Time change sleep tips
Welcome to Cincinnati Health Briefs, a quick dose of news from around Cincinnati coming to you Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Got a story tip or a smart remark? Twitter @apsaker, email@example.com or 513/768-8489. ***. The twice-annual time-change ...
March 9, 2015
Stanford Neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi Dies of Lung Cancer
"I'm knocking the dust off scientific manuscripts," Kalanithi wrote. "I'm writing more, seeing more, feeling more. Every morning at 5:30, as the alarm clock goes off, and my dead body awakes, my wife asleep next to me, I think again to myself: 'I can't ...
March 12, 2015
Will Phone Clocks Automatically Go Forward For Daylight Saving 2015?
Daylight Saving 2015 is nearly here. It will mean one less hour in bed, but it does mean more daylight and signifies summer is almost here for many people. However, there is one question that people have every single year. Do the clocks on phones and ...
February 27, 2015
January 1, 1970
The producers of Lucy and the Taken trilogy bring us The Transporter Refueled , the next adrenaline-fueled installment of The Transporter series, starring newcomer Ed Skrein as Frank Martin, the most highly-skilled transporter money can buy. The stakes are greater and technology better, but the same three simple rules apply: Never change the deal, no names and never open the package. When Frank is hired by cunning femme fatale Anna and her three stunning sidekicks, he quickly discovers he’s been played. Anna and her cohorts have kidnapped his father (Ray Stevenson) in order to coerce Frank into helping them take down a ruthless group of Russian human traffickers. March Madness has kicked off, and while we were pretending to work, we got to thinking: What are these college towns like, anyway. So we went ahead and matched our favorite March Madness team’s towns to different personalities. Culture Lover – Texas (Austin) Rich with music, food, nightlife and history, Austin students learn by day and get funky by night. Founded in 1883, University of Texas at Austin has almost 40,000 students enrolled, making it one of the largest schools in the nation. The town is home to SXSW , one of America’s largest music, film and tech conferences. Music lovers… you, my friends have everything you could ever want in a college town.
January 1, 1970
The alarm has yet to go off and still here I ponder empty thoughts my body awakening this vessel from the habitual morning practice: I unplug the alarm, scream a few obscenities, brew a fat batch of Joe and remove my boxers replacing the naked... I contemplate shaving, in hopes of that authentic clean-cut look so my boss can prance me round like a prized pony at a minstrel show, but I refuse and quickly dry off, throw on this and that, then the long awaited cup of Joe fresh of black and... There would be new life come the return of Spring, but that would be some time in the making and for now I watched patiently as the leaves plummeted as feathers left behind by their masters…never to return, piling in stacks, knowing nothing better... I pout another cup of sweet Joe sprinkle in a hint of ecstasy for old time’s sake. I revisit reverberations these wild nights spent partying for the sake of a hedonistic hoo-rah…one final one before sobriety steps in, fixing the damage done ( note: it never happens ). We run through fields kicking fairy dust from earth’s roots...
January 1, 1970
My blog is combination of my paintings and experience with painting and my long time interest in my family's genealogy. I have been painting for about 20 years but really only in earnest for the past 5 or so. My genealogic pursuits started about 20 years ago when I learned that the local Mormon Family History Library had microfilms from all over the work.