Transit costs are directly tied to the public health objective of physical distancing, and the resulting deficits will challenge municipal finances.
I listened intently to the National Geographic vinyl record of the Apollo 11 as a child in the late 1980s; space was a frontier humanity was going to colonize by 2020. I was memorized by the story of Apollo 11, only to later learn of Apollo 13; the "successful failure" as it has become known. I've come to view Apollo
Good laws are clear, concise, and limited to serving the purpose of their enactment. Here is how Hamilton's proposed physical distancing by-law fails this test.
The talk, "The Lower Great Lakes Climate, Water, Flooding, and Political Implications" discussed the challenges facing civil engineers in designing for lake breeze convergence fronts which cause significant short bursts of rainfall in very short periods of time.
I'm making use of podcast listening time to process, edit, and upload my photo collection to my Flickr account. Take a visit over at https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeycoleman_ca/ Setup working on the counter at The Seedworks during Summer 2017
There were basically no ads, no discussion from the host, and nobody making celebratory requests during today's Classic Country Saturday Night radio show. I listen to KMDL out of Louisiana most Saturday nights, it's a ritual. Usually, the show contains a sufficient amount of advertising from the entertainment and food sectors. Today, I don't recall any advertisements. A portion of
I've been a fan of the movie since I first saw it in theatres, I enjoyed it. Over the years, I've come to enjoy the analysis of the movie. How long did Phil Connor repeat the same day?
How a week in Berlin changed my perspective on the Holocaust, and how chilling it is to walk in the spaces those who were murdered lived their lives before hate took control of Germany.
Entitled "Want to cover local? Then you'd better BE local!", Niles explains why non-local journalists leave communities less informed, less engaged, and with fewer reasons to support journalism.
Justin Amash is the fifth-term representative for Michigan’s Third Congressional District, elected five times as a Republican, Amash is now an independent. He wrote about why he left the Republican Party in a July op-ed published by the Washington Post. He, like all members of the House of Representatives, faces voters in 2020. Lauren Harris of the Columbia Journalism