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Bloom Binging Without Precaution

Dead Horse Gap in Prospect, KY. Rose and I are lying low in Salvisa, but we drive to Louisville once a week for grocery shopping at the Dirty Kroger in Clifton and for bloom binging in Cave Hill Cemetery, Cherokee Park and nearby Kentucky woodlands. Photographing spring blooms takes a bit of the edge off social isolation. I love Kentucky in April. In fact, I am willing to take on anyone who thinks they have better early spring blooms than Kentucky. Trillium erectum and Phlox divaricata in P...
Tags: Gardening, Featured, Kentucky, Life, Nanny, Louisville, Kroger, Bush, Rose, Clifton, Bloom, Salt River, Salvisa, Salvisa KY, Cave Hill Cemetery, Brownsboro Road


The history of Karachi’s Homi Katrak Chambers

If you head to Clifton after passing Sind Club and Frere Hall in Karachi, you’ll come to a traffic signal at Lilly Bridge, with a piece of history on its left: Homi Katrak Chambers. This stunning pre-Partition heritage building was bought by TPL Properties and will be converted into a luxury real estate complex. This is its story. Photo: Twitter/@annusraza The building’s story begins with a Zoroastrian businessman by the name of Kavasji Katrak. He came to India in the early 1900s and was base...
Tags: UK, Life, India, Heritage, Pakistan, Clifton, KARACHI, Pinto, St Johns, Yusuf, RAWALPINDI, Jamshed, Katrak Parsi Colony, Homi, Lever Brothers, Abdullah Haroon


Sydney To Kiawa

Left Travelodge Airport Accomodation ....Sorted Rental Car at Apex Car Rentals drove south out of Sydney around 10 am wasn't long and we started along the coast driving around the Sea Cliff Bridge we had a quick look around Clifton and onto Wollongong a un
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Clifton, Wollongong, Sea Cliff Bridge, Kiawa


Bruins’ Lauzon Making Most of Latest Opportunity

Jeremy Lauzon had played a handful of games in a Boston Bruins uniform before the last time he was called up just before the team’s bye week in January. He played well in those previous appearances but never impressed head coach Bruce Cassidy enough to stick around long. However, things are different this time. Lauzon was called up in January when general manager Don Sweeney and the Bruins’ brass instituted a bit of a roster shakeup. In the matter of a couple of weeks, forwards Brett Ritchie ...
Tags: Usa, Boston, Sport, Atlantic, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, Providence, Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Clifton, Sweeney, Moore, Don Sweeney


The No4 Mk1 Scout Rifle

I have always thought the Scout Rifle concept was an interesting, and versatile one. Some rifles that have always caught my eye are the "tanker" Garands, and the M1A Scout Squad. They just have a real cool look that I thought was handy, and could lend them to the scout rifle concept. I wanted to stay with a bolt gun though, and the Lee Enfield has always fascinated me by the cock on close design, and 10 round magazine. I decided to make a "tanker" Lee Enfield version of a Scout Rifle. I like th...
Tags: Weapon, Rifle Forum, Clifton, Boyd, Lee Enfield, Leupold


Karachi’s first elected mayor Jamshed Nusserwanjee remembered

Celebrating the 134th birth anniversary of Jamshed Nusserwanjee (1886-1952), a philanthropist and the first elected mayor of Karachi, speakers at a gathering on Sunday stressed the dire need to understand and acknowledge the contributions of various non-Muslim communities, especially Parsis. The Karachi Theosophical Society, a forum founded in 1896, organised the gathering at the auditorium of the Jamshed Memorial Hall to pay tributes to Nusserwanjee and discuss his work as the city’s first elec...
Tags: Life, Pakistan, South Asia, Clifton, KARACHI, Sindh, Gita, Individuals, Avesta, Hamid Mayet, Jamshed Memorial Hall, Karachi Municipal Corporation, Akhtar Balouch, Theosophical Society, Jamshed Nusserwanjee, Nusserwanjee


This Week’s Shows: Jan. 20-26

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Coldplay, Elbow, Nada Surf, Brittany Howard, Mandy Moore, Jason Mraz, The Jonas Brothers, Jacqeees, Laurie Anderson & Christian McBride, Sting, Samantha Sidley, BONES UK, King Princess, Death Valley Girls, Würm, Ghost-Note, Asi Fui, Moisture Boys, Earth Girl Helen Brown, Communicant, Earthgang, Railroad Earth, Reverend Horton Heat, The Bronx, Mariachi El Bronx, The Used, Brandi Carlile, Agnes Obel, Robert Glasper, É Arenas, CAPYAC, Patrick Wilson, Big Head Todd & t...
Tags: Preview, Agnes Obel, Asi Fui, Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Bizou, BONES UK, Brandi Carlile, Brittany Howard, CAPYAC, Cardioid, Chelsea Williams, Coldplay, Colleen Green, Communicant, Crashfaster, Cursive


Small business as missions: 2019 and onward

International (MNN) – Church, community, and business are tightly woven. For FARMS International, that link is driving opportunity and the gospel. FARMS was founded in 1961 and soon began offering interest-free micro-loans to believer entrepreneurs. Recipients use loans to build small businesses in their communities. Eventually, they'll repay the loan, which is then recycled back into the community towards a new opportunity. Locally run and approved, FARMS loan uses are as unique as the peopl...
Tags: India, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Cuba, Christ, Northern Thailand, Clifton, Scott Clifton, Bangladesh the Philippines


Connor Clifton exits Bruins-Sabres game with upper body injury

BOSTON – The Bruins will be minus another member of their defensemen corps for at least the rest of Sunday night's game as Connor Clifton exited in the first period with an upper-body injury. Clifton played seven shifts and 5:52 of ice time with one shot attempt and two hits in the Sunday night Atlantic Division tilt with the Buffalo Sabres at TD Garden, and never came out for the second period at all. The Bruins are already down both Torey Krug (upper body) and Charlie McAvoy (upper body) ...
Tags: News, Boston, Bruins, Washington Capitals, Buffalo Sabres, Atlantic Division, Clifton, Torey Krug, Bruins Sabres, Charlie McAvoy, Connor Clifton


Paying it forward in Asia: loans build community and Church

Asia (MNN) – Eighteen years ago a FARMS International loan program seeded opportunity and the gospel message in Northern Thailand. That community loan program became the root of two, soon to be three more. FARMS church-based loan programs create a cycle of growth and blessing that expands the church and opportunity. “They break the cycle of poverty. But in the process, they're also able to give more to their churches and they're able to use the business and the relationships through the bu...
Tags: Asia, David, Thailand, Northern Thailand, Clifton, Solomon, North Thailand, Scott Clifton, Movement Photo


Pastrnak, Grzelcyk Score 2 Each, Bruins Beat Devils 5-1

NEWARK, N.J. — David Pastrnak and Matt Grzelcyk scored two goals apiece, and Brad Marchand added three assists to lead the Boston Bruins over the New Jersey Devils 5-1 on Tuesday night. Tuukka Rask made 25 saves and New Jersey native Connor Clifton added a goal as the Bruins beat the Devils for the eighth time in nine meetings. Blake Coleman scored for New Jersey, which was looking for its first three-game winning streak since December 2018. Mackenzie Blackwood made 23 saves in starting fo...
Tags: Boston, Sport, New Jersey, Newark, Hockey, NHL, New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, Buffalo Sabres, Clifton, Coleman, Devils, Cory Schneider


Nigel Cross obituary

My friend Nigel Cross, who has died aged 66, coolly straddled the worlds of literature and international development.Born in Cambridge to Barry Cross, a university academic who became president of Corpus Christi College, and his wife, Audrey (nee Crow), Nigel was educated at Clifton college, Bristol, and Sussex University, where he studied English. Continue reading...
Tags: Books, Africa, Cambridge, South Sudan, Bristol, Clifton, SOAS, Sussex University, Corpus Christi College, Nigel Cross, Barry Cross, Audrey nee Crow Nigel


Victor Mete Scores Twice, Canadiens Halt Bruins’ Win Streak at 6

MONTREAL — Defenceman Victor Mete scored twice in a 5-4 win as the Montreal Canadiens handed the division-leading Boston Bruins a rare defeat on Tuesday night. Tomas Tatar, Paul Byron and Ben Chiarot, with the third-period winner, also scored for the Canadiens (8-5-2), who have won four of their last five games. Jeff Petry had two assists. David Pastrnak, Connor Clifton, Anders Bjork and Sean Kuraly scored for the Bruins (11-2-2), who saw their six-game win streak come to an end. It was...
Tags: Colorado, Boston, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Bjork, Montreal, Byron, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Bruins, Clifton, Claude Julien, Bell Centre, Brendan Gallagher


Bruins’ Injuries Raising Serious Lineup Questions

October proved to be a month full of treats for the Boston Bruins as they finished with a 9-1-2 record and finally began to see scoring from outside of their top line. Just two games into November they are still able to keep their win-streak alive, but as we all know, with success comes a price to pay. Following Saturday’s game against the Ottawa Senators, they managed to go down another player, as David Backes collided with Scott Sabourin and both players left the game. Upon evaluation, he ...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Atlantic, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Bjork, New York Rangers, Miller, Providence, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Bruins, Ottawa Senators, Clifton, Wagner


Kevin Clifton suffers his earliest ever 'Strictly' exit as Anneka Rice is second celebrity to be voted out

The challenge of teaching Anneka Rice has proved to be Kevin Clifton's Strictly Come Dancing downfall as they became the second couple to be voted off the BBC show - marking the pro dancer's earliest ever exit. In Clifton's seven years on the show he has won once, come second four times, and seventh once, but this time the defending champion finished 14th out of 15 couples. TV and radio star Rice claimed never to have danced in front of anyone, even her own family, when she signed...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Bbc, Anneka Rice, Rice, Charleston, Clifton, Waltz, Kevin Clifton


The Week in Books

Ben Lerner’s new novel, Lupita Nyong’o’s reading habits and more.
Tags: News, Clifton, Ben, Lupita Nyong, Leigh, Ben Lerner, Lerner, Lucille, Betts, Books and Literature, Bardugo, Writing and Writers, Reginald Dwayne


In Praise of Lucille Clifton

The poet Reginald Dwayne Betts, whose new collection is “Felon,” on the writer who helped him come to terms with himself.
Tags: News, Clifton, Lucille, Books and Literature, Reginald Dwayne Betts, Race and Ethnicity, Writing and Writers, Poetry and Poets, Lucille Clifton


You Ask, I Answer: Media Value of Reddit Posts?

Clifton asks, “Does anyone know how to calculate the media value for a post on Reddit?” This question leads towards the metric that won’t die: ad value equivalency (or cost equivalence). AVE makes the assumption that if a post performs organically, then its performance should be benchmarked against what you would have paid for the […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Media Value of Reddit Posts? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn Marketing Blog.
Tags: Social Networks, Marketing, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Analytics, Reddit, Metrics, Clifton, Christopher, Marketing Technology


Bruins & Blues Stanley Cup Chess Match Just Getting Started

BOSTON — Bruce Cassidy didn’t mince words or hide behind the secrecy of playoff hockey. The Boston Bruins coach telegraphed the most important matchup of the Stanley Cup Final on the morning of Game 1. As long as he had the last change and the ability to dictate matchups, his top line of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak would play against the St. Louis Blues’ red-hot line of Jaden Schwartz, Brayden Schenn and Vladimir Tarasenko. Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak and Patric...
Tags: Boston, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Patrice Bergeron, Craig Berube, Clifton, Tarasenko, David Pastrnak, St Louis Blues, Western Conference, Bruce Bennett, Jay Bouwmeester, Binnington


Bruins Shake off Rust to Rally and Beat Blues in Stanley Cup Opener

BOSTON — Sean Kuraly scored to break a third-period tie and assisted on another goal to help the Boston Bruins rally from a two-goal deficit and beat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Monday night in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Tuukka Rask stopped 18 shots for Boston, which fell behind 2-0 on goals from Brayden Schenn and Vladimir Tarasenko. But the Bruins outshot the Blues 18-3 in the second period — and 38-20 in the game — to take the opener in the best-of-seven series. Brad Marchand added...
Tags: Boston, Sport, Chicago, Blues, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, Rice, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Brad Marchand, Carolina Hurricanes, Clifton, David Krejci, Tarasenko, Vladimir Tarasenko


Talking With Don Sweeney And Bruce Cassidy Today

via the NHL PR department, May 26, 2019 - Stanley Cup Final Media Day An Interview With: Don Sweeney Bruce Cassidy Q. Coach, first can you just give us a quick update of Brad Marchand and his absence from practice? BRUCE CASSIDY: He had a maintenance day today, so that's all, he'll be ready to go tomorrow. Q. And your team obviously in this winning streak, everything has gone well for you. You had the goaltending, the power play, different guys from different lines who steppe...
Tags: Sport, NHL, Brad Marchand, Clifton, Don Sweeney, Charlie, Kampfer, Bruce Cassidy, Johnny Moore


McAvoy’s Suspension Warranted, but Painful in Playoffs

The Boston Bruins caught a break. When Charlie McAvoy hit Columbus Blue Jackets forward Josh Anderson in the head in Game 6 of their second-round matchup and only received a two-minute penalty, the Bruins got lucky. When McAvoy was suspended for one game of the Eastern Conference Finals, the punishment fit the crime given that it was his first offense and that the playoffs typically dictate a different supplemental punishment scale. Charlie McAvoy, Boston Bruins, Dec. 2, 2017 (Amy Irvi...
Tags: Column, Usa, Boston, Sport, Hockey, Miller, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Ottawa Senators, Carolina Hurricanes, Clifton, Columbus Blue Jackets, Moore, Zdeno Chara, David Backes, Carlo


JERSEY CARES

The mannequins dressed as sexy Playboy Bunnies on display on the corner lawn of a Clifton dental office now have a purpose: raising money to help rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. (Thanks to pharmaross)
Tags: Paris, Clifton, Notre Dame Cathedral


Playboy Bunny Easter mannequins now raising money for Notre Dame Cathedral

A resident opposed to the figures dressed as sexy Playboy Bunnies, displayed outside a Clifton dental office, suggested using them for a good cause.            [Author: North Jersey Record]
Tags: News, Clifton, Notre Dame Cathedral, Playboy Bunnies, North Jersey Record, Playboy Bunny Easter


Dentist resurrects racy Easter display that angered neighbor

CLIFTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey dentist has resurrected a racy Easter display that was destroyed last week by an angry neighbor. Wayne Gangi spent the weekend putting the lingerie-clad mannequins back in place at his Clifton office. He also added some male mannequins after hearing complaints that his previous display only included women. […]
Tags: News, Nation, New Jersey, Clifton, CLIFTON N J AP, Wayne Gangi


FARMS helps Filipinos overcome poverty pitfalls

Philippines (MNN) -- Poverty continues to challenge the Philippines. ASEAN Today reports 20-percent, or one in every five Filipinos, live below the poverty line. Many fall victim to financial scams like high-interest loans. People borrow money to make ends meet, explains Scott Clifton of FARMS International,  but it only makes their situation worse than before. “Let’s say they took a 1,000-peso loan,” he says. “After four months, they would owe [the] 1,000 pesos that they borrowed plus ...
Tags: Philippines, New Jersey, Christ, Clifton, Wikimedia Commons, Scott Clifton, Philippines ASEAN, Katey Hearth MNN


Bristol residents fear losing their lamp-posts to richer areas

Council halts south Bristol removals amid suspicions lamps were going to leafy CliftonBristol city council has halted a programme of removing old lamp-posts from a street after neighbours expressed suspicions that they were being transferred to more upmarket areas.Residents of Beckington Road in south Bristol were aghast when workers took down their beloved wrought-iron lamp-posts and told them they were being replaced with more modern versions. Some suspected they would be moved to leafy Clifto...
Tags: Housing, Communities, Society, UK News, Culture, Heritage, Bristol, Clifton, Beckington Road


Providence Bruins Gain Some Separation in Playoff Race

The Providence Bruins hit the road with a chance for some separation in the Atlantic Division playoff race. It wasn’t perfect, but Providence is now five points clear of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins for the Atlantic Division’s final playoff spot. The Penguins entered the weekend sitting just four points behind Providence with a game in-hand. They still have the game in-hand, but the P-Bruins gained a point. While Boston has needed some help due to injuries, Providence continues to inch clo...
Tags: Europe, Usa, Boston, Sport, Atlantic, PERCY, Penguins, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Providence, Bruins, Kim Klement, Atlantic Division, Clifton, Belleville


What It's Like To Smoke Salvia For Science

Slashdot reader and Motherboard writer dmoberhaus was the final participant in the world's first brain imaging study on salvinorin A, the psychoactive chemical in salvia divinorum. He wrote about what it's like to participate in a psychedelic drug trial, and why he volunteered to smoke the world's least favorite hallucinogen for science. Here's an excerpt from his report: I was first introduced to salvia when I was a freshman in high school, and by the time I graduated I had smoked it about a do...
Tags: Tech, Fda, Johns Hopkins, Clifton, Doss, Oberhaus, Manoj Doss


Bruins Prospects Primed & Ready After Debuts

It seems that the times of experimentation have come to an end for the boiling-hot Boston Bruins. With the additions of forwards Charlie Coyle, from the Minnesota Wild and Marcus Johansson from the New Jersey Devils, the roster has taken what hopes to be its lasting shape ahead of the final push to the playoffs. In what has been a successful season from the start, the Black & Gold, mostly due to the injury bug, have given six of their top prospects their first tastes of the NHL, to the tune of 4...
Tags: Minnesota, Boston, Sport, New Jersey, Finland, Dallas, Ncaa, AHL, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, San Jose Sharks, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Providence, Boston Bruins