By Justin Flynn Discouraged by the lack of books for young boys, a Belmont mum took matters into her own hands. Caz Carter discovered a passion for children’s books by reading to his son at an early age, but soon realized the material was lacking. “Get Out Ya Pluggers” followsRead More →

Rodeo dream alive for Murray High seniors By Erik Green, Sportswriter Posted on 11/21/22 When you ride on the back of a rank bull, the fake badass rushes off. You’re too matched, overmatched, and overwhelmed and it’s not even close. This is … This article is available in its entiretyRead More →

Many young people approach me from time to time to ask me which one to choose; their passion or their money? On the surface, it looks like a very simple question with a straightforward answer. But as a practicing street entrepreneur who has seen both sides of the coin, IRead More →

Deakin University has launched a new series of degrees within its acclaimed and revamped School of Communication and Creative Arts (CCA). The new programs, launching in early 2023, include a number of diverse, industry-focused disciplines allowing students to specialize in areas of the school, cultivate their passions, and develop theirRead More →

DESPITE many hardships and struggles to get to this point, local musician Festus Nakatana aka Fixit, says he found his passion through music to reach the level of actualization. The singer, who was inspired to make music to be a voice for the voiceless, debuted with the album ‘Inotsha Katwali’,Read More →

But after yesterday, I completely understand. Witnessing Burnley clash with arch-rivals Blackburn Rovers in the East Lancashire Derby was a big moment in the city’s history. And especially when the Clarets beat their opponents three to zero. Read more Pendle and Clitheroe traders fined for breaching consumer protection regulations… AllowedRead More →

Gary Neville loved what he saw of Manchester United’s new hero Alejandro Garnacho after the substitute came off the bench to score a stoppage-time winner at Fulham on Sunday. United had been tied down at Craven Cottage after Dan James’ Red Devils canceled out Christian Eriksen’s opener for the visitorsRead More →

BRIGHT FUTURES — Yuliana Newell shares her passion with others in Little Cypress-Mauriceville Posted at 12:30 a.m. on Sunday, November 13, 2022 Senior LC-M Yuliana Newell has been a key cog in leading the Honey Bear Drill team as a four-year veteran and social worker. (Van Wade/Chief Orange) LITTLE CYPRESSRead More →

November 11—Whether through nursing or her new boutique, Kayci Zimmerman enjoys helping people feel better. She opened The Pink Barn Co. in the former News and Sun building at 209 S. Main St., Dunkirk, on October 7. “I just have a passion for helping people feel better, which is whyRead More →

It is a dream for many to follow their passion and profession at the same time and achieve success in both. Without forgetting, do both with family duties as a permanent axis. Gayathri Sharma, who has over 20 years of experience in communications and CSR, is a dedicated Bharatnatyam dancerRead More →

Giada and Micheal Cristiano at their Italian street food stall in Serpentine Green A team of brothers and sisters from Tuscany have started a new business serving authentic Italian street food on the streets of Peterborough. Micheal and Giada Cristiano’s ‘passion project’ – Cristiano’s Italian street food stand at theRead More →

I’ve always been fascinated by how things work. Growing up, this often involved taking things apart to see how they worked, followed by a (rarely successful) attempt to put them back together. At an early age this led to a natural fascination with computers and technology, the ability to immerseRead More →

(Photo credit: Chris Timmers/Cola Daily) Local business owner Greg Laske considers himself an expert in repairing, manufacturing, selling, renting, appraising, and other tasks commonly associated with stringed instruments. His company, Palmetto strings, is located at 731 Elmwood Street here in Columbia and has a small team that includes Laske, anRead More →

Passion Breakthrough exists for breakthrough seekers – the kind of people who are done with mediocracy and looking to tap into their genius. Passion Breakthrough’s Dianne Shelton is launching a magazine to help more women entrepreneurs thrive in the online space. UNITED STATES – Passion Breakthrough’s Dianne Shelton is setRead More →

Photo: © Jacob Lund Photography – stock.adobe.com Photo: © Jacob Lund Photography – stock.adobe.com Love the planet Venus remains in Scorpio until November 17 with a staggered angle, which probably explains why the addiction to pleasure and enjoyment could continue. It will be even better when Venus enters Sagittarius onRead More →

Former Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova has been hailed as one of the most talented and promising in her tennis career. However, the five-time Grand Slam singles champion’s near-perfect tennis career has been affected by a doping ban. After a 15-month doping suspension, Sharapova has finally decided to return toRead More →

Danske Bank Mageean Cup Cross & Passion Ballycastle 2-21 St. Mary’s CBGS 1-12 Cross & Passion, Ballycastle continued their unbeaten run in the Danske Bank Mageean Cup when they proved too strong for St. Mary’s CBGS at Ballymena today. North Antrim College suffered most of the half-time damage as theyRead More →

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Today is Tuesday, October 25. Thank you for turning to WORLD Radio to help start your day. Hello. I am Mary Reichard. NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher. Coming next The world and all in it: The power of the pen. A famous quote often attributedRead More →

The Brisbane Broncos center, originally from Burnley, played his junior rugby with St Patricks before being scouted by scouts in the NRL. Farnworth was also a talented footballer in his youth, but admits he was only interested in one sport. He said: “I played a bit (football) but I wasn’tRead More →

New Vietnamese Production Facility, Operated by Quicornac, Further Strengthens iTi Tropicals Global Passion Fruit Supply LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ, October 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — iTi Tropicals, Inc. (iTi), North America leading supplier of bulk tropical fruit juice purees and concentrates, announces the opening of a new passion fruit production unit in Vietnam.Read More →

Lauren Sawyer is a graduate in environmental studies and sustainable development at the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. A 2022 CANR Alumni Association Scholarship RecipientSawyer plans to attend graduate school to obtain a master’s degree in public health after graduating in May 2023. Growing up in St. Joseph, Michigan,Read More →

The Tufts community is home to a wide variety of upstanding community members, including senior Mindy Duggan, who has taken her interest in disability advocacy into her studies, extracurricular activities, and professional life. Duggan developed his major in Child Studies and Human Development to focus on developmental diversity and DeafRead More →

A family-owned jewelry store specializing in engagement rings and diamonds has grown worldwide through the innovation and vision of Pasquale Angelucci. WHITTIER, CALIFORNIA, USA, October 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jewelry and diamonds are a sign of commitment and love for a couple. Angelucci Jewelry guides couples and clients through selection,Read More →

JAMES (JIM) DOWLING WILSON April 20, 1938 – June 7, 2022 Jim Wilson, who died in June at the age of 84, was considered by those who knew him a living treasure: cultural historian, collector, farmer, environmental activist, storyteller, artist and devoted family man. At the center of Jim’s passionRead More →

The interior of the Harbin Music Museum.[Photo/Xinhua] Amateur musicians playing violin, saxophone and even Chinese zither alongside professionals in public squares and balconies on Central Street in Harbin, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, have become an attraction single tourist. “Harbin is famous for its winter scenery, but I marvel at theRead More →

Hot Springs native Alexis Hampo found a love for tourism and made it his career. Hampo was recently promoted to Special Events Manager for Visit Hot Springs. It focuses on five events throughout the year: World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Stueart Pennington Running of the Tubs World Championship, Spa-Con,Read More →

A lot has changed since Timo and Ashby Marshall started Spirit Works Distillery in Sebastopol’s Barlow ten years ago. “To begin with, we now have a staff,” said Ashby Marshall, co-founder and chief distiller. “Sometimes (people) don’t believe that we did everything ourselves. It’s always weird to have help. InRead More →

Over 2,000 passionate early childhood education and care (ECEC) professionals gathered in Canberra for the 2022 National Conference on Early Childhood Australia (ECA) which kicked off yesterday at the National Convention Center in Canberra. With dual modes of participation – in-person and online – the conference brings together top AustralianRead More →

John Smit has offered Evan Roos some sage advice after hotshot DHL Stormers No 8 became the target of an off-the-ball niggle aiming to get under his collar. Following the Stormers’ win over Edinburgh last weekend, South African-born Scottish prop Pierre Schoeman says Roos can expect opposing Vodacom United RugbyRead More →

In just his second year, Alexander Bulldogs left tackle Will Omenski carved out a place for himself on the team. Having moved to Laredo from Kansas when he was only in seventh grade, Omenski’s love for football grew enormously. Everyone knows that Texas high school football is unmatched by anyRead More →

Robert Eggers has established himself admirably as a serious filmmaker with his chilling debut, “The Witch,” his psychedelic sequel, “The Lighthouse,” and his recent carnage-riddled Viking thriller, “The Northman.” But Eggers has always wanted to do “Nosferatu” again – and now he has that chance. Deadline reported that the eponymousRead More →

1st October, International Coffee Day, we celebrate Australia’s national obsession with coffee. A nation where more than 19 million people (three quarters of the population) drink coffee regularly, with the average Australian drinking 14 cups of coffee a week. International Coffee Day also celebrates the diversity, quality and passion ofRead More →

During a media day for the women’s soccer team, Dabinett took pictures of her former teammates, including former teammate Indira Thodiyil ’25. (Photos courtesy of Olivia Dabinett.) Olivia Dabinett ’25 loves sports, whether it’s playing on the soccer field or capturing action footage of athletes during a game. After decidingRead More →

Since his time in the Harry Potter franchise, Bonnie Wright has become an influential activist for environmental justice and sustainability. In a new interview with CAP BeautyWright talked about his passion for cooking, the origins of his book, go slowand how she implements environmental activism on a daily basis. WrightRead More →

(Moorhead, MN) — A qualified environmentalist seeks membership on the Moorhead School Board and seeks to advocate for students, staff, and transparency within the district. Marissa Ahlering joined WDAY Midday to talk about her campaign and her priorities for the district. She says a school board member should strive toRead More →

Ryan Pitkin, co-founder and editor of Queen City Nerve. (Photo by Jayme Johnson) In an editor’s note we published in the second issue of Queen City Nerve, published December 19, 2018, I wrote about the experience of publishing our first two weeks prior. “I have never experienced a day likeRead More →

National airline operator, Passion Air, began flight operations to Sunyani Airport with an inaugural flight today (Monday 19 September 2022). On board the flight which took 45 minutes from Kotoka International Airport to Sunyani Airport were MPs; Board members of Ghana Airports Company Limited; the management and staff of PassionRead More →

In the 1970s and 80s, the Suva-based band Ulysses attracted music lovers to Lucky Eddies (now Suva Business Centre), one of the capital’s most popular nightspots. It was not uncommon to see a line snaking past Pizza Hut (now Café Noir) and the New Peking restaurant on Thursdays, Fridays andRead More →

Barbarian director Zach Cregger is aiming for a future “Batman-adjacent” spinoff, revealing he’s already written the script. Like Zach Cregger’s horror movie Barbaric receives critical acclaim, the director is already setting his sights on a future “Batman-adjacent” spin-off project for Warner Bros. Cregger broke the exclusivity in an interview withRead More →

A freshman from UA uses her passion for politics to drive statewide change as a field intern for Chris Jones, the Democratic candidate for Arkansas governor. Anna Li Richardson, 18, has been one of Jones’ interns since April. Her responsibilities include community and voter outreach, event development and implementation, volunteerRead More →

By Leslie Albrecht 8% of people in a UK survey said they would be more likely to donate to a charity affiliated with a member of the Royal Family. Queen Elizabeth II was a steadfast global leader for generations, but her influence was also felt locally in the UK, whereRead More →

RUSHVILLE – This is the 28th article I’ve written to help commemorate Rush County’s Bicentennial in 2022. For this writing, I interviewed Dr. Suellen (Kinder) Reed Goddard at the County Historical Society Museum of Rush. We discussed his background in Rush County and his lifelong campaign to promote a betterRead More →

Kate Redlinger fondly recalls the time her mother was called outside of a family reunion to attend to another family’s emergency. “One Christmas Eve she was called in because there was an ectopic pregnancy and she had to save a woman’s life,” Redlinger recalled. “Despite the interruption of vacation plans,Read More →

More than half a century ago, a shrewd-minded high school basketball player needed inspiration. Another playmaker outclassed him. So, the coach approached to ease the tension. “Son, he puts on his pants the same way you do,” advised the coach. A young Walt Frazier didn’t skip a beat. “Are youRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Sex files Photo by nortonrsx /Getty Images Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article When I first saw a picture of the Bump’n Joystick, it reminded meRead More →

New Regional Secretary for Africa Reverend Dr Samuel Dawai Reflects on the Liberating Message of the Gospel (LWI) – The Regional Secretary for Africa of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), Rev. Dr. Samuel Dawai of the Lutheran Brethren Church in Cameroon (EFLC) took office in July this year. Dawai, aRead More →

Whether it’s hygiene or hospitality, businessman Sharat Khemka spares no effort in his mission to provide the best. Born and raised in Kanpur, Khemka made his entrepreneurial foray with Niine Personal Hygiene, a local sanitary napkin brand that seeks to provide menstrual care to women regardless of their financial orRead More →

Correctional officer Harry Bestolarides is a soft-spoken guest officer, but after work he is the lead singer of alternative metal band Sedit. During the day, Harry Bestolarides, a corrections officer at the California health care facility, is a mild-mannered, soft-spoken visiting officer. But after his change, he turns into theRead More →

An app with a Wheel of Fortune component may be fun, but it serves a higher purpose, and it teaches underserved communities about money management, according to its creators. Pedro Moura and Jessica Eting are the co-founders of to bloommanufacturer of a proprietary platform licensed to banks, which in turnRead More →