New York & North Carolina

New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. North Carolina is a state located in the southeastern United States. 5.0/5

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Like in the past I've talked to chicks from North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio, Georgia, New York, Texas, Washington etc
I have friends going to Italy, California, Texas, Florida, the Caribbean, North Carolina, New York, DC, & Indiana while I sit in boring Nh🙄
Do you not know that New York is a country? That Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, etc are all countries?
Top 5 moments of 2016: 1.) Getting accepted into my program at UF 2.) Going to Asheville, North Carolina 3.) Going to New York with my fam..
This is where I'll be al in 2017:. Hawaii / New York / Philadelphia / South Carolina / North Carolina / and best yet... CALIFORNIA!
Only 2 states automatically prosecute 16 year olds as adults. One is North Carolina. The other? New York!. should
Long Island, Pennsylvania, Nashville, North Carolina all meet up at a concert in New York!…
I gotta say this was one heck of a summer! Got to visit Maryland, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Virginia, & North Carolina
Sorry, New York. You just lost a voter. Good news, North Carolina: You just got a little more blue https:…
Andy just legit drove an hour north towards New York and we are supposed to be heading to North Carolina.
Johnson Central History Bowl Team clean sweep of 1st round at Nationals in DC. Taking out New York, Michigan, Texas, and North Carolina.
Canadian Mist is always a winner in New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania!
if you see your state:. New York. California. Texas. Arizona. Washington. Maryland. Crippling Depression. Ohio. North Carolina. Flor…
Washington governor bans state travel to North Carolina: Inslee on Tuesday joined the governor of New York and...
who's more racist Boston, New York, or Eastern North Carolina
Air Canada warns weekend flights to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, North Carolina will be impacted due to winter storm
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Air Canada warns a winter storm will impact flights to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta and North Carolina this weekend
Had such a good time wit my sis 💚 now I've seen her in Georgia, North Carolina & New York lol that's my baby right there 😊😘
I would go to Disney right after leaving Georgia, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina and South Carolina lol I love it
I am preparing for a move next week from New York to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
It's faster to fly from New York to North Carolina than it is to take the F train from one Brooklyn stop to another.
My mama can travel the world (Indiana,Louisiana,North Carolina, New York, GD Chicago) but can't come 4 hours to see me😒😒I'm so SALTY
Currently waiting to go to New York, Puerto Rico, North Carolina, Dominican Republic, California and Miami (:
from Baltimore to North Carolina to Baltimore to New Orleans to Atlanta to South Georgia to Atlanta to New York
North Carolina Beach has 2 shark incidents in same day - New York's PIX11 / WPIX
time! Driving from North Carolina to New York with dad for my little sisters High School graduation!
North Carolina tomorrow, South Carolina in 3 days, AZ in 2 months, New York in 4, cross country drive in March & a family cruise in June 😆
North Carolina is different than Baltimore. New York different from Texas. Stop classifying everybody the same.
Wildwood, Dorney Park, Atlantic City, New York, North Carolina, Six Flags, South Street... And many more places to go before summer over 😌
you know, North Carolina is on the way to New York..just saying
Moving back to New York sounds so much better than living in North Carolina rn
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I'm moving all my stuff from Palatka to Miami to North Carolina and then to New York. All of this packing is really overwhelming.
Starting the week off with a North Carolina to New York run. If your interested in taking the run call in. Looking for a flat or step.
Before it was legal in North Carolina, this couple traveled to New York to get married. When they returned, I...
Loan forgiveness for young farmers?! Way to go New York, come on North Carolina!
Help people do I want a senior trip to New York or the North Carolina coast???
North Dakota most effective and legitimate love spells in New Mexico,New York,North Carolina
the states I been in was ohio, Maryland, Virginia, New York, South & North Carolina and West Virginia (my home aka boring af)
North Carolina in March, Georgia and New York in April...boy oh boy, what an exciting year. :)
Tattoo you: Upper East Side gets hip: When Kathryn Creech moved from North Carolina to New York t...
North Carolina, New York or Utah strike me as far likelier suspects. Still, it's cool to see this state rally to basketball.
Have you seen the 2-6 Cypher? The 2-6 is a local name for the town of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Also referred to as Fayettenam, or the 'Ville, the southern city is best known for being the hometown of "2014 Forest Hills Drive" artist J. Cole. The 2-6 Cypher showcases some of the hottest artists from the streets of Fayetteville. Some have went on to chase their dreams in places like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, however they all represent the city that raised them. Yung Cakes - 0:22 Little Nate - 1:14 Star Studded - 2:03 Original Dope Crew, Ant - 2:52 Original Dope Crew, Rick - 3:41 Major - 4:59 Redyn - 5:45 Ronnie C - 6:29 The 4orth - 7:12 Pharoah Salaam - 8:18 MAV - 9:21 Kelly Rush - 10:06 Wasif Allah - 10:53 Video Shot & Edited by Mark Mayr Youtube:
Flashback Friday ~ The First United States presidential election of 1788–89. It was held from Monday, December 15, 1788 to Saturday, January 10, 1789. It was the first presidential election in the United States of America under the new United States Constitution, which was adopted on September 17, 1787. George Washington was the unanimous choice of the electors. Federalist leaders generally agreed that John Adams should be the Vice President. A Massachusetts resident would help establish a regional balance in the Executive Branch. Alexander Hamilton wisely diverted a few votes from Adams to avoid the embarrassment of a tie vote. Each of the 69 electors was expected to cast two ballots. All voted for Washington, making him the unanimous choice as the first president. North Carolina and Rhode Island had not yet ratified the Constitution, and the New York legislature was deadlocked. (and (
The Tuscarora ("hemp gatherers"[1] or "Shirt-Wearing People"[2]) are a Native American tribe and First Nations band government of the Iroquoian-language family, with members today in North Carolina, New York, and Canada.[3] They coalesced as a people around the Great Lakes, likely about the same time as the rise of the Five Nations of the historic Iroquois Confederacy, also Iroquoian-speaking and based then in present-day New York.
They came together from Chicago, New York, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, to honor my dad. They've never sang or played together before but God used them mightily to say farewell to my dad, their grandpa, uncle, dad, who is now wearing his wings. Love you Orlander Bryant Barrett. See you some day.
Goin to visit my Ppl in Miami, North Carolina, New York& New Jersey
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South Carolina, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, and now Florida.I'm filming tonight in Miami
MetroNews Morning News Headlines: A subsidiary of ExxonMobil will pay a fine of more than $2 Million, and spend even more than that cleaning up polluted waterways near eight Marcellus shale gas drilling operations in Northern West Virginia -- sites in Upshur, Harrison and Marion counties. It's part of a consent agreement between the Environmental Protection Agency and XTO Energy, Incorporated announced Monday. Nearly two dozen people are facing charges connected to a multistate dog-fighting ring that reportedly involved a compound in West Virginia. After a yearlong investigation, a Baltimore Grand Jury recently indicted 22 people on charges of animal cruelty, dog fighting and conspiracy. More than 200 dogs are now in shelters. In addition to Baltimore and West Virginia, that alleged dog-fighting ring also stretched into New York and Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. The site of the childhood home of West Virginia's 24th Governor, William Marland, is in ashes today in Wyoming County. A fire ripped throug ...
Well New York, I wish I could say I'll miss you...that would be a lie! — traveling to Raleigh, North Carolina...
I wanna know What it is like to live in North Carolina and New York.
Time to give the Dancers SOME LOVE!!! ago we created the template for a multiple Michael impersonator show. That template has been revised updated and improved and is touring as: INVINCIBLE: A GLORIOUS TRIBUTE TO MICHAEL JACKSON We are all passionately endeavored to keep the positive memory of MJ alive. We have had so many requests to tour different cities and states that we have decided to try and self produce the production in various cities and states. We would like to start with Philadelphia, North Carolina, Missouri, New York, and Los Angeles. There are many expenses to make these concerts a reality .We truly need your help and support to make this happen. If we have touched you in any way during the last five years of our show existence we are asking you to please visit the site and make a tour support donation today. There are many different goodies and there will be more added over the next two months L.O.V.E. INVINCIBLE will be performing at The Golden Gates on a special New Years private show!!! ...
STARBORN SUPPORT RADIO! This week: The Return of Rev. Michael Michael Jerome Scharied Carter Michael Carter will be discussing his new book with us: "A New World: If You Can Take It! Who is Rev. Michael Carter? Well, this is all about him: Rev. Michael J. Carter is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. He moved to New York City in 1980 and lived there for 25 years, working as a professional actor before moving to Asheville with his family. Michael is an ordained Interfaith minister and received his BA Degree in Letters from the College of New Rochelle where he graduated *** laude. He received his Masters In Divinity Degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City (class of 2000).While serving various Unitarian Universalist Congregations in New York, Michael was trained as an anti-racism trainer and has been recognized by President Clinton for his efforts. Michael was also a weekly columnist for the Asheville Citizen Times. Rev. Carter now serves as the minister for Unitarian Universalist Congregati ...
I can only imagine what the numbers might be like in California, Texas, and New York. 4,317 charges of sexual assault on minors were recently recorded in a 12 month period in America’s 10th largest state — North Carolina. Universal Free … Continue reading →
"New York *** I wanna move but where should I move too?!!??!!??" North Carolina
Warren Haynes TALKS CHRISTMAS JAM, New Year’S, AND 20 YEARS OF GOV’T MULE (INTERVIEW) ~ Warren Haynes has had a busy year to say the least. The 54-year-old guitarist has spent much of 2014 celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his band Gov’t Mule with a tour that has crisscrossed the U.S. and hit the UK, Europe, Australia and Japan. In between touring with Mule, Haynes also managed to close the book on another little band he’s been a part of for decades, the Allman Brothers, with a run of shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York that concluded with the legendary band’s final show on October 28th. Even after the unfortunate and unexpected passing of his longtime guitar tech Brian Farmer in August, Haynes has stayed busy and will continue that way right up to New Year’s Eve when he returns to the Beacon Theatre for a two-night run with Gov’t Mule. On December 13th he will be throwing the 26th edition of his annual Christmas Jam in his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina, an all star charit ...
I am one blessed woman! Thank you all for you birthday wishes! From Maryland, Florida, South Carolina, California, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Taiwan messages came full of love and friendship. My heart is full!
Sent off 2 mommas and 12 babies tonight! Evie and her 6 black labs are off to North Carolina and Cricket and her 6 min pins are off to New York. Good Luck on their next adventures.
Should people with epilepsy drive? While it's certainly not recommended, if you are seizure free long enough it is legal. Each state has it's own ideas of how long that is though. The top 3 states with the longest waiting time are: 1.Florida...1-2yrs seizure free 2.Maine...3mo-2yrs seizure free 3.Rhode Island...18mo seizure free Other states such as Arkansas, New Hampshire, New York, South Dakota, Tennessee, and the District of Columbia all say that you can't drive within up to a year of having a seizure as well. There are some states that are a little less strict though, such as, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, and Vermont that all have no period of time that someone with epilepsy has to wait between having a seizure and driving. Where do all the other states fall? Somewhere between 3-6 months.
Feminist activist, media critic and blogger Anita Sarkeesian was supposed to present at Utah State University Oct. 15. Sarkeesian was scheduled to speak on the portrayal of women in video games in relation to her video series “Tropes Vs Women in Video Games”. After receiving posts on her website and via email about a potential gun threat to Sarkeesian and those attending her presentation, she cancelled her appearance. According to the state of Utah, laws permit a person with a valid concealed firearm permit to carry a weapon and are permitted to have it at a college venue. We think the state of Utah should have restrictions on gun use in designated on campus locations. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures there are 20 states that ban carrying a concealed weapon on a college campus: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, ...
A number of radio stations in: Virginia / Arkansas / Kentucky / Alabama / North Carolina / Carolina / Indianna / Texas / Tennessee / Kansas / New York / West Virginia / Ohio / Mississippi / California / Georgia / Florida / Maine / Missouri and South Carolina are now playing 'My father's House' - If you are in those states, I would love for you to call your local and ask for a spin! Thanks Peter
I want to come to New York when I go back to North Carolina to live!
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“Finally got to New York after a 12hour drive🚘 from visiting my brother in North Carolina ” I'll be over there soon bro 🙇👌
Shipping to California, New York, North Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio, and Maryland today! We will ship to you too!...
Most employers pay Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA) of 6.0% on the first $7,000 of wages less a "normal credit" of 5.4% for unemployment paid to their state. The net FUTA tax is usually 0.6% of the first $7,000 of wages paid to each employee. But employers in states that borrow money from the Federal Government to pay their Unemployment Benefits and don't repay the "loan" by the second November 10 after the loan lose 0.3% of their normal credit for each year this loan is not repaid. Last year MIssouri was a credit reduction state, but thankfully they repaid their loan to the Federal Government by November 10 this year so they have been removed from this list and Missouri employers will once again receive the entire 5.4% FUTA credit. For the 2014 year employers in California, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and the Virgin Islands will face an increase in FUTA tax from 1.2% to 1.7% per employee.
FACTS about Loretta Lynch, appointed as next atty general: •Served as a U.S. Attorney under Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama •Believes that the American criminal-justice system is rife with discrimination against nonwhite minorities •Favors the use of alternatives to incarceration for nonviolent offenders •Supports the restoration of voting rights for convicted felons who have completed their prison sentences Born in 1959 in Greensboro, North Carolina, Loretta Lynch earned an A.B. from Harvard College in 1981 and a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she was a member of the Black Law Student Association, in 1984. From 1984-90, Lynch was a litigation associate for the New York-based firm of Cahill, Gordon & Reindel. From 1990-2001 she worked in various capacities for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. In 1999 President Bill Clinton appointed her as U.S. Attorney for that District, a position she held until 2001. In 2000, Lynch was a member of the trial team i ...
I'm ready for my road trip. Vegas , North Carolina , Miami , and New York. I will see you soon.
I have a credit line, up to $2 million, for the acquisition and repair of investment property (1-40 units). It is updated every 9 months, with a one-time approval process. To qualify, the borrower must have a minimum credit score of 620, $150,000 net worth, and 2 rentals or flips in experience. Contact me for more information and to get started: Greg.CarrAvailable: Alabama, Arizona (Minimum Loan of $250,000), California (Coming Soon), Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin
We are proud to host our 27th semi-annual Americana auction on November 15, 2014. In addition to showcasing material from private collections and family holdings in Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York, and Maine, this outstanding sale is highlighted by the stoneware collection of the late Eddie Wilder of Alexandria, Virginia and includes many pieces illustrated in his 2007 tome, Alexandria, Virginia Pottery 1792-1876. With a large selection of quality pottery, furniture, folk and decorative art, and a special focus on Virginia and the South, President Jeffrey S. Evans, anticipating strong sale results, is excited to offer such fine merchandise with conservative estimates, 99% of which is unreserved. Of particular note, and coming in the wake of the recent six-figure sale of a similar clock by the same maker, is an extremely rare and important Samuel Betts (London, active 1645-1673) bracket clock with elaborate engraving and double signature. The clock, fresh from a family collectio ...
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington state and Wisconsin, plus the District of Columbia are all at the Party. Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina, Montana, South Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming are on either on their way or parking the car.
I got quite a few Kool gifts from Rendezvous students ! Can you guess where this ones from ? We had multiple Canadians , people from Finland,Alaska , New York , Oregon , Colorado , San Diego , North Carolina , Kentucky , Florida , Nevada , Arizona Utah Chicago and just all over ! We even had a guy drive all the way from Louisiana ! What a great time at the Doug DoRr Ti
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Barbara Parritt (born October 1, 1944, Wilmington, North Carolina and a member of The Toys, an American pop girl group from Jamaica, New York
New York with me bby 😘“I want to move either to Georgia, North Carolina or NY 😷”
Bill continues to received global recognition for the industry shaping impact his career has had upon electronic Dance Music. Accepting invitations to perform at influential Dance Music destinations, his performances include WMC Surfcomber Pool Parties on Miami Beach, UMF’s VIP arena, headlining performance at Club Amnesia in Ibiza, Spain, cutting edge contemporary music sets at Cortes in Sardinia, Italy and cementing his position at the forefront of tomorrow’s breaking trends, a 2011-12 set at IPM in Roma (Rome, Italy) inspired IPM to confirm future dates in 2013 and 2014. 2013 has seen his performance in all four Grassroots Festivals of Music and Dance; Virginia Key-Miami, Shakori Hills-North Carolina, Trumansburg-New York and the fall festival also in Shakori Hill-NC October 10-13, 2013. He also was a Guest Speaker in July at the IPM Conference in Roma, Italy in which he spoke about; Successful Ecosystems: The Netherlands, ADE and 25 years of Dance Music. His performance July 12, 2013 at the *** Vi ...
I am so honored to have a piece in this show celebrating two amazing artists and even more amazing people! Come out and see me at the reception my Fort Collins peeps. MUST LOVE ART: A Collaborative Art Exhibit and Love Story 'Must Love Art' is an exhibit featuring artwork by Fort Collins artists Ayn Hanna & Barbara Gilhooly, who are celebrating their wedding by having a big exhibit of their work. They have also invited their artist/creative friends to be a part of the show, each making a Heart for a wall installation of over 100 HEARTS by 70+ Artists from Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, North Carolina, New York, California, New Mexico, Wisconsin, Georgia, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Pennsylvania! Have a Heart, Buy a Heart! Artwork in the show is available for sale. The exhibit runs from Sept. 5th - 20th, and after Sept. 5th, artwork will be available for purchase online. A portion of the sales will benefit Animal House Rescue & the Keith Jentzsch medical fund. Where: Community Creative Center Gall ...
Eng/Sp (google) The OTHER MEXICO Jorge Ramos Avalos "I am one when I am." Octavio Paz (House of the Sun) "The Other Mexico". So he called President Enrique Peña Nieto during his visit to California. There about 12 million people-a third of the population californiana- are of Mexican origin. But Peña Nieto fell short. "The Other Mexico" living in the United States is also in the area of Pilsen in Chicago, in the tomato fields of Homestead and North Carolina, in the state's community in New York and across the Texas border. In the United States there are more than 33 million Mexicans and people of Mexican origin (Pew Research Center). But contrary to the image of closeness that would give Peña Nieto, 'another Mexico "is very remote and rarely gets help from his government. There consulates giving a very poor and inefficient service Mexicans in the United States and, despite the promises, the last two presidents of Mexico have not dared to defend his compatriots in the north on a central theme in their li ...
One day ima have all my *** in one room, got one in North Carolina, New York, brazil, Louisiana , and Florida. I'm international baby
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Happy Birthday Barbara Harris. Barbara Harris (born Barbara Ann Harris, August 18, 1945, Elizabeth City, North Carolina) is an African American R&B singer, best known as a member of the 1960s girl group The Toys. Biography[edit] Harris started singing in her hometown churches at an early age, and moved to Queens, New York at the age of eleven. In High School, Harris joined a group with four other young singers: Barbara Parritt Toomer, June Montiero, Betty Stokes and Betty Blocker. Stokes and Blocker eventually left the group, while the Harris, Toomer and Montiero formed a trio. Bobby Uri, a manager and friend, named the group "The Charlettes" and got them work doing background vocals for several recording artists. At a talent show in Brooklyn they met Eddy Chase, who in turn introduced them to manager Vince Marc and songwriter/recording executive Bob Crewe. The group became "The Toys" and landed their first recording contract on Crewe's DynoVoice Records. The Toys were teamed up with songwriter/producers ...
Today is Monday, August 11, the 223rd day of 2014. There are 142 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On August 11, 1954, a formal peace took hold in Indochina, ending more than seven years of fighting between the French and Communist Viet Minh. On this date: In 1786, Capt. Francis Light arrived in Penang to claim the Malaysian island for Britain. In 1860, the nation's first successful silver mill began operation near Virginia City, Nevada. In 1909, the steamship SS Arapahoe became the first ship in North America to issue an S.O.S. distress signal, off North Carolina's Cape Hatteras. In 1934, the first federal prisoners arrived at Alcatraz Island (a former military prison) in San Francisco Bay. In 1942, during World War II, Pierre Laval, prime minister of Vichy France, publicly declared that "the hour of liberation for France is the hour when Germany wins the war." In 1956, abstract painter Jackson *** 44, died in an automobile accident on Long Island, New York. In 1964, the Beatles m ...
New York & North Carolina suck the life out of me. I don't want to leave my Cape house 💔
Two former Northern Michigan dancers are studying at the prestigious Suzanne Farrell ballet training program at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Ireland Adgate, 16, of Boyne Falls, and Marie Millard, 16, of Alanson, are among 26 students from 12 states participating in the 22nd annual Exploring Ballet with Suzanne Farrell, under the tutelage of the legendary ballerina. The dancers, age 14-18, were selected from auditions last winter and are taking part in the training July 28-Aug. 16 in Washington. Participants include dancers from Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington. As part of the program, students take two daily ballet classes with Farrell, six days a week, at the Kennedy Center. They also participate in a number of cultural activities to enrich their experience in the nation’s capital including visits to museums, historical landmarks and other special events. A student demonstration for parents and i ...
I know, that's why Chelsea is a car🙈 plus when I drive to New York from North Carolina I'd like to save money 😂
So as Ryan and I head up to New York this evening for our first baby shower it's bittersweet. All of his family was going to be there but his Dad and Pati, which of course we understood because they have to work and they had already made plans to come up for the baby shower here in North Carolina. But then Pati texted us just a few moments ago and told us that her and John would be flying up tomorrow!!! I'm so freaking excited that all of Ryans family is able to be there for him and to support him. It's going to be a great weekend♡
Had a lot of messages. I will get back to all of you j promise just been so busy moving. I finally moved to North Carolina yesterday and I can tell you know I will never go back to New York! It's so poppin over here and cheap. Ima miss all of you!
Why do I have to live in North Carolina? Why cant I live in California, New York, Toronto, Tennessee, Texas, or the UK? If I lived in one+
Meanwhile, at in-law family birthday party that guests came from North Carolina, California, New York, Hong Kong for. The world keeps going?
Your videos make my trip from New York to North Carolina entertaining! thanks for the laughs!😊
I should've gone to North Carolina this summer so my uncle could've taken me to New York & Florida
Cat's Eye (1985) A stray cat is the linking element of three tales of suspense and horror. Three horror-thriller tales revolve around a mysterious stray cat which is attempting to find a little girl in trouble. In "Quitters, Inc.": the cat is picked up by a shady New York "doctor" who uses experimental techniques to get people to quit smoking. His latest client is a man named Morrison, who learns he'll suffer some terrible consequences if he tries to cheat. In "The Ledge": the cat is picked up by Cressner, a shady Atlantic City millionaire who forces tennis pro Norris (his wife's lover), to walk a narrow ledge around his high-rise penthouse apartment. In "The General": the cat arrives in Wilmington, North Carolina, where it is found by Amanda, the young girl it has been sent to protect. What she needs protection from is a tiny, evil troll who lives behind the skirting board in her bedroom.
Well, Thursday is almost over and I've yet to post anything fun.So I'll talk about food. :-) My son and his girlfriend took a short trip back "home" last weekend -- Central New Jersey. We all live in Southeastern Virginia now, and we all bemoan the lack of good bagels and pizza. (I'm sorry, but if you're raised on New York pizza, southern pizza just doesn't cut it. They do heavenly biscuits and ham down here, but pizza and bagels?... Not so much. I can't even find a good variety of cheeses!) Anyway, I digress. So I sent my son on a mission to bring back some "real bagels" to share with my southern friends. He did, and I took them into my day job. I'm happy to say most of my co-workers were sufficiently impressed. There was a lot of stuffing of mouths and lip-smacking and people saying things like, "I haven't had a good bagel in YEARS." And then there were the two ladies from North Carolina. Hmph. One said the experience "was not life-changing." The other thanked me for sharing, and then shared with the gu ...
Who knew that New York traffic could be felt here in North Carolina...
HAARPStatus Network is showing an East Coast ‘pink alert’ as Hurricane Arthur bears down on the North Carolina through New York and New England beaches, potentially wrecking the holidays for millions of Americans. Do the HAARP graphic and videos...
Officially in North Carolina! Waiting for the second flight to New York!
This boy is leaving the barn I board at to go to a training track in North Carolina! Then he is coming back up north to New York to hopefully be a successful race horse!
Awesome weekend but now I'm so ready to head to New York and then on to Bar Harbor Main for a week then here we come North Carolina..
OXFORD 250 JUST AROUND THE CORNER WHO’S WHO IN SLM TO FILL THE PITS The 41st Annual Oxford 250 is quickly coming upon us, as July 20th is just a couple weeks away, and the excitement and buzz about the event is at an all time high. With almost fifty cars pre-entered for the mega event, and close to seventy Super Late Models expected, the entry list reads like a Who’s Who in the racing world. This year’s edition will feature a strong contingent from the PASS South Series as several teams will head north to try and capture the Oxford 250 winner’s trophy. Leading the way will be Preston Peltier from Concord, North Carolina. Peltier has numerous PASS South victories, and is always a threat to win the big events. Tyler Dippel from Walkill, New York has picked up victories in 2014 down south and he is ready for the challenge. The father and son team of Jay Fogleman, and Tate Fogleman will be returning to the Oxford 250 for the second consecutive year, with Jay Fogleman vowing to be a contender after las ...
Good night to all of my FB family and friends! Those of you living along the East Coast in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, New York, Mass., and Maine please be careful if Hurricane Arthur is coming your way! It looks like it has a massive amount of energy and it is moving North! My prayers are with you! Blessings to all! ✝♥
New York by day.North Carolina by night... Tar Heel State here I come ✈️✈️
Late Night Jokes: Hillary Stirs the Pot _ The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon • Last night Hillary Clinton said she won't support legalizing recreational marijuana until we see how it goes in Colorado. Officials in Colorado couldn't respond because they were too busy swimming in a pool of money. • Scientists in North Carolina say they are developing a new peanut that is safe for people with peanut allergies. All you have to do is never mix up your safe peanut with your identical-looking deadly peanut. • A new survey found that 27 percent of airline passengers don't like making small talk with the person sitting next to them, while the other 73 percent of airline passengers can't take a hint. • A couple in New York found a python inside a couch while they were cleaning out their new apartment. But on the bright side, at least now they can stop looking for their cat. _ Conan • President Obama's approval rating in the U.S. is at its loWest Point ever, 41 percent. After hearing this, the presiden ...
A Day In Black History • June 19, 1845 Bruce Anderson, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, was born in Mexico, New York. Anderson was a farmer prior to enlisting in the Union Army in 1864 during the Civil War. On January 15, 1865, he was serving as a private in Company K of the 142nd New York Infantry when he participated in an attack on Fort Fisher in North Carolina. He and twelve other men volunteered to advance ahead of the main attack and cut down the palisade which blocked their path. Despite intense fire from the Confederate defenders, they were successful in destroying the obstacle. Anderson and the others were recommended for the medal but the recommendation was lost. In 1914, Anderson hired a lawyer to petition for the medal and December 28, 1914 was awarded the medal, America’s highest military decoration. Not much is known of Anderson’s later life other than he died August 22, 1922. • June 19, 1857 Alexander Lucius Twilight, educator, minister, politician and the first Black person ...
The departing senior and Michigan's Mr. Track and Field blew away the competition in the Emerging Elite division of the 200 meter dash this Saturday at the New Balance Outdoor Track and Field national meet in Greensboro, North Carolina, beating runner-up Y'Majesty Allen of New York by three-tenths o…
I leave from New York tonight and leave for North Carolina tonight too and im not packed and my flight has been delayed cool
all over the US! Florida, Georgia, California, North Carolina, New York, and arizona!
The Tracy’s: Wealth, Philanthropy & Scandal David Marsh (Continuing from April Newsletter) In January 1901, William Cagger sets off from New York with his friend Steven Golding to Ashville, North Carolina. The purpose of the trip was to be rest and recuperation from William’s cirrhosis. The two get as far as Richmond, VA when Cagger suddenly has an acute attack and decides he must stop for a few days at the famous Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, VA. Cagger’s condition worsens and he asks Golding to summon his attorney and bookkeeper so he can make a will. Attorney John Foley is called to come from Saratoga Springs and Charles E. Dusenberry from Troy. The two arrive in Richmond, but too late for William Cagger to sign his will. No earlier will having been made, Cagger is intestate. Fortunately or unfortunately Foley and Dusenberry have been serving the Tracy family for many years and it does not take long for the news of Caggers death to get to the legal heirs. They include the four living children of W ...
The Vanderbilts of Hyde Park, New York. Built by Frederick Vanderbilt as a spring/fall home. Frederick was the son of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the shipping and railroad tycoon, and was one of eight children. Cornelius left an inheritance to all of his children in the sum of $78 million. Considered the "black sheep" of the family, Frederick married a woman 12 years older who was divorced from his uncle. Frederick only inherited $10 Million as a punishment. When Frederick's wife died, he moved into this small mansion for the last 12 years of his life. There are a total of 43 Vanderbilt mansions. The most famous and largest in Asheville, North Carolina.
Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. Biggie Smalls, was born in Brooklyn, New York, May 21, 1972. He was raised in the poor Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant as the son of a preschool teacher. Dropping out of High School at the age of seventeen, Biggie became a crack dealer, which he proclaimed was his only source of income. Hustlin' one's way was a common life for a young Black man trying to make a living in the ghetto. His career choices involved certain risks. However, a trip to North Carolina for a routine drug exchange ended being the soon-to-be MC a nine-month stay behind bars. Once released, Biggie borrowed a friend's four-track tape recorder and laid down some hip-hop tracks in a basement. The tapes were then passed around and played at local radio station in New York. Not extremely attractive, Wallace named himself Biggie, for his weight. Biggie was a Black man who was overweight, extremely dark skinned, and had a crook in his eye, yet he was a charmer. A young impresario and sometime producer b ...
We are currently open Daily 8am to 8pm. Things are gearing up for summer. This past week the Elk Country Visitor Center welcomed guests from 19 states and 5 countries: PA, Ohio, New York, Delaware, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Alabama, Florida, Nebraska, Virginia, California, Indiana, Maryland, Arizona, Rhode Island, Alaska and Maryland. In addition: Ireland, Havana - Cuba, England, Spain and Canada. Thank you to everyone who stopped by and signed our guest book. We hope you come back soon!
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LOOK AT THE NUMBERS WE SPEND...BUT NOT IN OR FOR OUR OWN!!! 2012, the 10 states with the largest African-American markets, in order, are New York ($95 billion), Texas ($86 billion), California ($77 billion), Florida ($74 billion), Georgia ($73 billion), Maryland ($63 billion), North Carolina ($48 billion), Illinois ($47 billion), Virginia ($45 billion), and New Jersey ($40 billion). Of these, Maryland, North Carolina and Georgia are the only ones that did not rank among the top 10 markets for all consumers.
Another famous haunting: Aaron Burr – Burr was the third Vice President under Thomas Jefferson, but he is not known so much for that as he is for duel with Alexander Hamilton. After killing Hamilton in the duel, Burr was placed on trial for treason but was acquitted. Today, Burr is said to haunt the One If By Land, Two If By Sea Restaurant, in New York City. Located in what was once Burr’s carriage house at 17 Barrow Street. Both visitors and staff alike have observed dishes that fly of their own accord and have had chairs pulled out from under them by unseen hands. Also said to haunt the restaurant is Burr’s daughter, Theodosia Burr Alston, who vanished off the coast of North Carolina en route to visit her father in New York.
1831-05-30 James Walker Hood, was born on this date in 1831. He was an influential Black minister and policy advocate. Bishop James W. Hood, of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, was born in Chester County, PA, the son of a preacher. In 1856, he was licensed to preach in New York. He began as a preacher in Nova Scotia in 1860, served later at Bridgeport, CT., and then went to North Carolina, where his successful work exalted him to the bishopric in 1872. He was elected president of the convention of Negroes assembled at Raleigh in October, 1865, one of the first, if not the first, political convocation of this sort ever assembled in the South. He so fearlessly advocated equal rights for the *** that the people around him warned that his life would be in danger if he did not desist. In 1867, he was elected as delegate to the constitutional convention of North Carolina. He took an active part in framing the fundamental law and incorporating into it liberal provisions for homesteads and public sc . ...
Maya Angelou (1928 – 2014): She Put A Smile on the Face of the World Written By Jonah Raskin I never met Maya Angelou but I knew her one and only son, Guy Johnson, who took me to the Sonoma Hotel on the plaza in the town of Sonoma and showed me the room where she wrote Gather Together in My Name, the second in the series of seven autobiographies that bear her name. If Guy was rightly proud of her so, too, America was proud of her, and perhaps the whole world as well that devoured her poetry, pondered her essays, made ample use of her cookbooks, watched her perform on stage and cheered as she recited “On the Pulse of the Morning” at Bill Clinton’s inauguration in 1993.  When she died on May 28, 2014 at the age of 86 the news traveled from North Carolina, where she was born, to Arkansas, where she spent part of her childhood, to San Francisco, New York, Tokyo, London, and the world of post-apartheid South Africa that her friend Nelson Mandela helped bring kicking and screaming into existence. She s ...
Why the liberal arts matter For more What in the World watch Sundays at 10 a.m. & 1 p.m. ET on CNN By Fareed Zakaria It's graduation season in the United States, which means the season of commencements speeches – a time for canned jokes and wise words. This year I was asked to do the honors at Sarah Lawrence in New York, a quintessential liberal arts college. So I thought it was worth talking about the idea of a liberal arts education – which is under serious attack these days. The governors of Texas, Florida and North Carolina have all announced that they do not intended to spend taxpayer money subsidizing the liberal arts.Florida’s Governor, Rick Scott, asks, “Is it a vital interest of the state to have more anthropologists? I don't think so.” Even President Obama recently urged students to keep in mind that a technical training could be more valuable than a degree in art history. I can well understand the concerns about liberal arts because I grew up in India in the 1960s and ‘70s. A techni ...
Today at Garden Party we saw people from New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia,...
*** people hitting me up from North Carolina, New York, Atlanta, and other places for me to do their hair😩😍 this is crazy.
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Meet Our Speakers for the 2014 Finding Your Vision Expo!! Meet Sergeant Major Fortner who was born in Brooklyn, New York and is a graduate of Hillcrest High School. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence Studies. After enlisting into the Marine Corps in August 1990, she attended recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., where she was meritoriously promoted to private first class. Attending the Supply Warehousing School and obtain the MOS 3051, Fortner graduated at the top of her class. Having been stationed in such places as Okinawa, Japan, North Carolina, Korea, New York, and California to name a few, SgtMaj Fortner has also held the coveted title of Marine Corps Drill Instructor. She has trained both male and female recruits in the basic fundamentals of weapons marksmanship. Additionally serving as the lead Supply Analyst and Drill Analyst for the Commanding General’s Inspection Program. During her career she has deployed several times to Korea, in addition to serving ...
Saratoga’s newest food market and premium quality local produce store, Fresh Market, will open its Marion Avenue store on Wednesday morning. The Spa City location marks the North Carolina-based grocery chain’s fourth store in New York, and will house over 24,400 square feet of culinary delights, acc…
Here is the second video I took on the very same night as the first one April 23, 2014. Creedmoor North Carolina. I actually got the males to all sit at one time. Last video Eric ;) my third one today :) All you lovely people have a great night as I am off to visit with family since I am in New York with my Mother In Law. :)
THE United States ,MOTO BY MOTO, CONTINUED: Mississippi: come here and feel better about your own state Missouri: your federal Flood Relief tax dollars at work Montana) land of the big sky, the unibomber, right wing crazies and very little else Nebraska: ask about our state motto contest Nevada: let's play poker New Mexico: lizards make excellent pets New York: you have the right to remain silent, you have the right to an attorney North Carolina: tobacco is a vegetable North Dakota: we really are one of the 50 states Ohio: we wish we were in Michigan Oklahoma: like the musical, only no singing Oregon: spotted owl...it's what's for dinner Pennsylvania: cook with coal Rhode Island: we're really not an island South Carolina: remember the Civil War? We didn't actually surrender South Dakota: closer than North Dakota Tennessee: the educashun state Texas: yes, I speak English Vermont: yep Virginia: who says government stiffs and skacjjaw yokels don't mix Washington: help! We're overrun by nerds and slackers Wes ...
All The States Getting Locked Down In June Street teams And Radio In Go Mode For June 1st. Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, we coming your way Dorothea Curry Florida, Fiya MediaMogul Texas courtesy of you , North Carolina, South Carolina, and a few minutes ago Georgia, last but not least New York. Told u all tsunami grind!!! I never stop working!! I network for my artist the best I swear!! Lamo Pistol-Pat Sullivan up next on sway!!! Still got a sick roster to come in Mizta Sandman and Gummiibear Jones I'm greedy I want it all I'm going to have it too!!
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On This Day: Saturday May 10, 2014 This is the 130th day of the year, with 235 days remaining in 2014. Holidays Feast day of St. Catald, St. Conleth, Saints Gordian and Epimachus, St. Antoninus, St. Alphius, St. Calepodius, St. Solange, and St. John of Avila. Micronesia: National Day (1979). Singapore: Vesak Day (Buddha's entry into Nirvana). Guatemala, Mexico: Mother's Day. North Carolina, South Carolina: Confederate Memorial Day. Events 1503 - Christopher Columbus discovered the Cayman Islands. 1775 - Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys captured the British-held fortress at Ticonderoga, New York. 1865 - Union forces captured Confederate President Jefferson Davis, in Georgia. 1869 - A golden spike was driven at Promontory, Utah, marking the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in the United States. 1872 - Victoria Woodhull became first woman nominated for U.S. president. 1908 - The first Mother's Day observance took place during church services in Grafton, West Virginia and P ...
I was shocked to see which states carry the highest percentage cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphillis - 10. North Carolina, 9. New York, 8. Texas, 7. Illinois, 6., Arkansas, 5. South Carolina, 4. Alabama, 3. Georgia, 2. Mississippi, 1. Louisiana - but then again I shouldn't be surprised the the "Bible Belt" states have the most alarming. (I'm surprised that Illinois and South Carolina made the top ten over California and Florida.)
NFL draft day , this is how Super Bowls are won , something the New York Football Giants know a lot about , with the 12th pick I hope Eric Ebron TE out of North Carolina or Zach Martin out of Notre Dame is available !
Fun fact: The state that is the most common listed birth place of U.S. presidents is Virginia with eight. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachery Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson were all born in Virginia. Ohio is second with seven, then Massachusetts and New York with four each and North Carolina, Texas, and Vermont with two a piece. Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina all have one each.
Old Crow Medicine Show got its' start busking on street corners in New York State and up through Canada, winning audiences along the way with their boundless energy and spirit. They eventually found themselves in Boone, North Carolina where they caught the attention of folk icon Doc Watson whil
Fri the hub and I went to Washington Center (previously Pleasant Valley Infirmary) in Argyle, New York, surprised his mom and took her to lunch at the Olive Garden Italian Restaurant in Queensbury. After a quick stop at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, we headed to Saratoga to do some shopping at the Healthy Living Market and Cafe Saratoga, Barnes & Noble, & A.C.Moore. When we got back to Washington Center, we saw the hub's sister Margie [visiting from North Carolina] and his cousin Carol. Long day - left Man Ctr at 10 a.m. & returned around 6:30 p.m. Definitely got a good night's sleep!!!
The Beyond Black History Month Person of the day is Maria Cole (born) Marie Frances Hawkins in Boston on Aug. 1, 1922. Maria Cole, a jazz singer who performed with Count Basie and Duke Ellington in the 1940s and who was married to Nat King Cole for 17 years until his death in 1965. Her father, Mingo Hawkins, was a postal worker; her mother, Caro Saunders, died in childbirth when Ms. Hawkins was 2. Ms. Hawkins and her sister Charlotte were sent to North Carolina to live with their aunt, Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown, who founded the Palmer Memorial Institute, a prestigious black preparatory school near Greensboro. She graduated from the institute in 1938. Ms. Hawkins returned to Boston to attend a clerical college but began working with a jazz orchestra by night and soon dropped out to pursue her love of music in New York, much to the chagrin of her family, who thought jazz an inappropriate vocation for a proper young lady. In 1943 she married Spurgeon Ellington (no relation to Duke Ellington), a member of t ...
Throwback Tuesday... is that like Throwback Thursday... ?? Here's the photo that got me to NYC. I was at the time a Southern girl- raised in the South and living in North Carolina for my Junior & Senior years of High School. . My Mom sent my senior yearbook pic to super agent Eileen Ford and before I knew it we were on a plane to NYC and I became a Ford Model. It was all very exciting because I dreamt about coming to New York and finding myself. I wanted to find "my people"... what a journey it's been. And now I feel that excitement and glee here in Nashville. That same "reborn" feeling. I'm really loving my home... I've been here a year now. No plans of leaving either! :))
Selma Burke, one of the 20th century’s most prolific artists and sculptors, went to the White House in 1943 to draw President Franklin Roosevelt. The semi-classical image she created showed the nation’s leader with his head held high, prominent cheekbones and a taut jaw. The likeness was intended for a new Recorder of Deeds building in Washington, D.C. but was later adopted for the dime. First, however, all of the Roosevelts had to approve it. Eleanor Roosevelt dropped by Burke’s New York studio on Jan. 10, 1945. While Mrs. Roosevelt liked the drawing, she felt the artist had made her husband look too young. But Ms. Burke replied that she wanted the presidential profile to be timeless. Born into poverty in Mooresville, North Carolina, Ms. Burke dug her fingers into riverbank clay as child. She was one of 10 children born to an Episcopal minister and a mother who did clerical work and lived to be 103. The family moved to Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia. Ms. Burke arrived in Harlem for that neighb . ...
You know Clay Aiken from American Idol, but did you know he's running for US Congress in NC? And that Mitchell, Bob, Rosie O'Donnell & Andy Cohen, are hosting a Fundraiser for him in New York, New York at Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Soho NYC THIS TUESDAY 4/29? Here's a message from Mitchell about it & invite at link below: Join TV star personalities Rosie O'Donnell and Andy Cohen, and singing stars Chely Wright and Neil Sedaka, and furniture stars (smile) Bob Williams & me…..for a FABULOUS fundraiser for Clay Aiken. American Idol and singing star Clay Aiken is running for US Congress in North Carolina. We are VERY impressed with his commitment to serve our country…not just sing for it! He’s smart and hardworking and filled with the Common Sense we need in our government. Please come learn more and support him at our store in SoHo/NYC next Tuesday night at 6 PM. Read invite here:
By the Fall, I wanna have my music spread out to Milwaukee , North Carolina , South Carolina and New York.
John Melita Corpus Christi, TX Melita, John. Passed away peacefully at Angel Bright Hospice April 10, 2014 after a yearlong battle with cancer. John, a native New Yorker was born September 23, 1948 in Manhattan, New York to Evelyn Dorothy Chapman and Leonard Melita. He was a proud Marine veteran having served in Vietnam and was honorably discharged in 1969. John was a 22 year resident of Corpus Christi and 21 year employee of the USS Lexington Museum, where he was the Chief Aircraft Restoration. He is fondly remembered as a good friend to many. Although never married or having children of his own, he was lovingly referred to as 'Uncle John' by Nicole and Thomas the children of his best friends of 37 years Donna and M. Charles Reustle. He is also survived by his lifelong friends Barbara and Charlie Libert of North Carolina and their family. John cherished the holidays with his extended family, loved the NY Mets and Jets, Cuervo Gold Tequila (neat), a good Italian meal and all animals, especially his own do ...
April 23. 1348   The first English order of knighthood is founded. 1500   Pedro Cabal claims Brazil for Portugal. 1521   The Comuneros are crushed by royalist troops in Spain. 1661   Charles II is formally crowned king, returning the monarchy to Britain, albeit with greatly reduced powers. 1759   British forces seize Basse-Terre and Guadeloupe from France. 1789   President George Washington moves into Franklin House, New York. 1826   Missolonghi falls to Egyptian forces. 1856   Free Stater J.N. Mace in Westport, Kansas shoots pro-slavery sheriff Samuel Jones in the back. 1865   Union cavalry units continue to skirmish with Confederate forces in Henderson, North Carolina and Munsford Station, Alalbama. 1895   Russia, France, and Germany force Japan to return the Liaodong peninsula to China. 1896   Motion pictures premiere in New York City. 1915   The ACA becomes the National Advisory Council on Aeronautics (NACA), the forerunner of NASA. 1920   The Turkish Grand National Assembly has first mee ...
"At first when I told people I was a professional ultimate frisbee player, they laughed," says Matt Bode, who moved to New York last week to play the seven-on-seven game that takes place on baseball field. "I came from North Carolina. My first day, in New York City, I ate a sausage at the Yankees ga…
“A beacon of light with an ever present twinkle in his eyes - Vic never met a stranger” Victor J. Tirrito, 85 of Hendersonville, North Carolina, died with his daughter and friend, Sue by his side on April 15, 2014. Vic, the oldest of five children, was born on July 20, 1928 in Brooklyn, New York to Cosmo and Catherine Tirrito. After graduating from High School, at the age of 17, Vic enlisted in the Navy and spent two years in Greenland before completing his service with the rank of Seamen. Upon his return, Vic enrolled in the State University of New York, graduating in 1950 with an Executive Assisting Certificate. From there, Vic had a successful 40+ year career with IBM. In 1990, Vic and his wife moved to Hendersonville, North Carolina to be close to their daughter and the mountains. Vic was a life long devout Catholic: as a member of Immaculate Conception, he served as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, visiting the sick in many locations. He also taught religious education and led t ...
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Consumers Get $10B In Subsidies For Health Coverage Kaiser Health News by Jenny Gold - March 27, 2014: Americans have already qualified for about $10 billion in tax credits to help them purchase private health insurance this year through the Affordable Care Act, according to a study from the Kaiser Family Foundation. (KHN is an editorially independent program of the foundation.) Thats an average of $2,890 for each of the 3.5 million people who qualified for a subsidy as of March 1 about 83 percent of those who enrolled in an exchange plan. But four of five Americans who could qualify for a subsidy hadnt applied for coverage by that date. And sign-up rates varied greatly by state. More than half of the subsidy money allotted so far will go to consumers in California, Florida, North Carolina, Texas and New York. States that are lagging in enrollment are leaving billions of dollars on the table that their residents qualify for, said Larry Levitt, one of the study authors. In Hawaii, South Dakota, Iowa, New . ...
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Meet Emcee John Thompson... Comedian John Thompson, nicknamed “THE PREACHER”, was born and raised in Washington, DC. His debut into comedy came in February 2011 when he entered a comedy competition at the BIG MOUTH CLUB in Waldorf, MD. John won first place in the competitions twice in one year. Since that time he has been thrilling audiences with his talent throughout the DC metro area and Baltimore, New York, Virginia, and North Carolina. John has performed in well-known comedy clubs like the Riot Act Comedy Theater in Washington, DC and Broadway Comedy Club in New York. He has entertained audiences with the likes of Tony Woods, Chris Thomas, Red Grant, Antoine Blackman, Hope Flood, Mike Brooks, Alycia Cooper, Eddie Bryant, Kevin Lee, Kevin Anthony, Danny Williams… just to name a few. He has also performed as an actor in the musical comedy variety show entitled, "Laughing So Hard So I Won't Cry," and "Abused Black Men.” Watch for more exciting performances to come from John Thompson.
FBF and Friends. I'm at my step mom house in North Carolina. She has a friend who I just met. I told her my name is LaTrenda and she said I have a cousin name LaTrenda who live in New York. Ok! I'm like wow that's nice. Now this is the chilling part. She said her cousin name is LaTrenda Shenane Vasquez. .Me and my aunt said no way because that's my middle name. LaTrenda Shenane but my last name is Ross. What are the odds that we both have the same middle name.
The Appalachian Trail is 2,184 miles long and it runs through the states of Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. That's right from Georgia to Main, and there are people who every year hike it's entire length. That's something I would love to do. but. will realistically never do because it takes the thru-hiker that's the person who hikes straight through from one end to other, at least five to six months to complete. So with that in mind it's never going to happen for me. I've never been one who likes to give up on my dreams so I decided to do the next best thing and start my Appalachian Trail virtual hiking challenge. what's that you ask. well starting next month with my pedometer on my side, no matter where I walk whether it's on the treadmill or just around the neighborhood walking my dog, I'm going to record every mile that I complete and mark my progress on a map from S ...
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So my summer is looking like trips to the following places: Florida, New Jersey & New York, South Dakota, North Carolina, and Europe. Wow.
Ha would suck to be in New York right now... Good thing I'm in North Carolina where the weather is perfect!
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Tupelo,Houston,New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey, St Louis..All this month .. ABG and VTK gone get me fired
I love jersey and all but it's boring out here now a days smh... I rather be in New York or just go back to North Carolina already
So my mom wants to go to North Carolina while I want to go to New York -.-
Day two of our trip home was pretty rough. It rained ALL day! This must be one huge storm! All the way from South Carolina (where the fruit trees and daffodils are in full bloom) through North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey and into New York. We are safe and sound and are considering spending an extra day here to avoid the snow that is forecast for NB.
In the past three weeks, I have visited Maryland, Washington DC, Ontario, New York, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina, in that order. I am now in bed at home and I refuse to leave!!
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PARTY OF CROOKS….The California Senate Dem supermajority is now threatened because three Senate Dems face charges. Federal law enforcement officials arrested two public officials in California and North Carolina and raided the office of a New York State senator in connection with separate corruption investigations on Wednesday. Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon (D) was arrested Wednesday and charged with theft and bribery after an FBI sting operation, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. Derrick Smith was indicted in 2012 on corruption charges. He pleaded not guilty in federal court to taking a $7,000 bribe in exchange for recommending a state grant to help a daycare center. He was expelled from the House but won re-election in 2012 pending his trial. As an incumbent, he had the backing of Democratic party officials in this year’s primary.
Elected officials in New York, California and North Carolina are under investigation.
If you're keeping track, we have FBI raids against pols in California, New York and North Carolina today.
Wish I lived in New York so I could have come and seen you! Come to North Carolina!
Democrats in California, New York, and North Carolina were targeted by the FBI on Wednesday. All are targets of unrelated federal investigations.
Notable incidents Main article: List of Bermuda Triangle incidents Ellen Austin The Ellen Austin supposedly came across a derelict ship, placed on board a prize crew, and attempted to sail with it to New York in 1881. According to the stories, the derelict disappeared; others elaborating further that the derelict reappeared minus the prize crew, then disappeared again with a second prize crew on board. A check from Lloyd's of London records proved the existence of the Meta, built in 1854 and that in 1880 the Meta was renamed Ellen Austin. There are no casualty listings for this vessel, or any vessel at that time, that would suggest a large number of missing men were placed on board a derelict that later disappeared.[39] Schooner Carroll A. Deering, as seen from the Cape Lookout lightvessel on January 29, 1921, two days before she was found deserted in North Carolina. (US Coast Guard) USS Cyclops Main article: USS Cyclops (AC-4) The incident resulting in the single largest loss of life in the history of th ...
A friend told me that I won't go places by just staying home and reading, so I told him I went to Long Island, New York when I read Percy Jackson. went to Forks with Bella Swan, fell inlove in North Carolina with Nicholas Sparks and studied Transfiguration with Harry Potter in Hogwarts somewhere in Scotland. Oh and I visit Universe with Bill Bryson and even Travel back in time with Stephen Hawking. 😂😜😁
UTICA MORAL MONDAY VIGIL IN UTICA CALLS FOR A FAIR & JUST NYS BUDGET GROUPS LAUNCH COMMUNITY WIDE FAST TO HUNGER FOR JUSTICE March 24, Utica, New York: Central New York residents, clergy, and community groups gathered on Monday (today) in front of the Utica NYS Office Building to call on state officials to enact a budget that closes a growing income inequality gap in the state and provides sufficient funding for schools, elderly, and the poor. Local leaders from Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties also invited the community to join in a 40 hour fast for economic justice and fairness. The vigil is sponsored by Faith for a Fair New York, a project of the Labor-Religion Coalition of NYS. as well as Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc., Cornhill Community for Change, Utica MoveOn Council and other local groups. Concurrent vigils are being held today in New York City, Albany and Binghamton. The events follow the lead of the Moral Mondays actions led by Rev. Dr. William Barber in North Carolina. Trac ...
Here is my update for the last 10 days, 4,853 miles and the following states. Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Delaware and West Virginia. By the way I leave in the morning for Lansing Michigan
Looking Ahead to NCAA Men's Regional Matchups Next Week: Thursday at Memphis - Dayton vs. Stanford or Kansas. Florida vs. S.F. Austin or UCLA. Thursday at Los Angeles - Wisconsin vs. Baylor or Creighton. San Diego State vs. Arizona or Gonzaga. Friday at New York - North Carolina or Iowa State vs. Connecticut or Villanova. Michigan State or Harvard vs. Virginia or Memphis. Friday at Indianapolis - Michigan vs. Tennessee or Mercer. Louisville vs. Kentucky or Wichita State.
Simon Sparrow (1925-2000) was an American folk artist, a painter and mixed media artist who was born in West Africa and grew up in North Carolina on a Cherokee Reservation. He was a self-taught artist and received a Wisconsin Visual Art Lifetime Achievement Award (WVALAA) in 2012.[1] Sparrow's work is considered folk art and his piece Assemblage with Found Objects is held by the Smithsonian American Art Museum on the 3rd Floor, Luce Foundation Center.[2] Simon Sparrow began creating art at age seven and also began his practice of informal and street preaching in his youth.[3] He moved to Philadelphia and enlisted in the army in 1942. He later moved to New York before settling in Madison, Wisconsin.[4] Sparrow is best known for his mixed media constructions and paintings, which he began creating once he moved to Madison, Wisconsin in the 1970s.[4] One of his pieces, "Simon Sparrow Outsider Art Picture, ca. 1980" was appraised on Antiques Roadshow in July 2009 for $6,000-8,000.[5] On 20 May 2012, Sparrow wa ...
Iowa you have someone with a medical degree that has entered the gubernatorial race.just throwing it out there. she obtained her medical degree from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, and then completed an Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at the San Diego Naval Hospital. She served as a general Orthopaedic Surgeon at Camp Lejune, North Carolina until 1989 when she became the first and only female Louis A. Goldstein fellow of Spinal Surgery at the University of Rochester. Her name is Dr. Lee D. Hieb
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Last Week’s Economic News in Review March 19, 2014 Last week’s economic headlines showed that retail sales were up while first-time jobless claims had dropped as the winter’s frigid grasp on the economy seemed to be loosening. Retails Sales Retail sales for February increased 0.3 percent to $427.2 billion, and were 1.5 percent higher than last year’s sales from February 2013, the Census Bureau reported last week. February’s performance outpaced analysts’ expectations of 0.2 percent growth for the month. “The economy seems to be rebounding from a winter-related slump,” Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ chief financial economist Chris Rupkey told the Reuters news service. “We expect the Fed will stay the course with its exit strategy.” “We see this as further confirmation that the underlying momentum in the economy remains quite favorable,” added Millan Mulraine, deputy chief economist at TD Securities in New York. Key categories that showed solid growth over January were health and perso ...
March 25 & 27: Cautionary Tales Tour March 25 (7 PM) - Congregational Church of Pinehurst 895 Linden Rd., Pinehurst, NC – View Flyer – RSVP on EventBrite March 27 (6:30 PM) - Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte 234 N Sharon Amity Rd., Charlotte, NC –View Flyer Join us in Pinehurst and Charlotte for “Cautionary Tales from Communities Impacted by Fracking”, co-sponsored by the Frack Free NC Alliance and Stop the Frack Attack. This speaker tour includes community members and grassroots leaders from Pennsylvania, New York, and Iowa. Hear their stories on the fight against natural gas development near their homes, and learn how we can take control to prevent fracking from coming to North Carolina! This event is free & open to the public! For Pinehurst, contact: Betty Thomas, Save Our Sandhills – bbloomersfarmor (919) 754-7255 For Charlotte, contact: June Blotnick, Clean Air Carolina - juneor Bill Gupton, Central Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club, wmgupton
On this day in 44 BC Roman Emperor Julius Caesar was assassinated by high ranking Roman Senators. The day is known as the "Ides of March", in 1341 during the Hundred Years War, an alliance was signed between Roman Emperor Louis IV and France's Philip VI, in 1778 in command of two frigates, the Frenchman la Perouse sailed east from Botany Bay for the last lap of his voyage around the world, in 1781 during the American Revolution, the Battle of Guilford Courthouse took place in North Carolina. British General Cornwallis' 1,900 soldiers defeated an American force of 4,400, in 1875 The Roman Catholic Archbishop of New York, John McCloskey, was named the first American cardinal, in 1903 The British conquest of Nigeria was completed. 500,000 square miles were now controlled by the U.K, in 1916 U.S. President Woodrow Wilson sent 12,000 troops, under General Pershing, over the border of Mexico to pursue bandit Pancho Villa. The mission failed, in 1937 in Chicago, IL, the first blood bank to preserve blood for tra ...
My Tribute to a Dear Friend John Patrick Baroch , known affectionately as Patty to much of the world, passed away on March 8, 2014 in Port Orchard, Washington. Born January 14, 1969 in Baltimore, Patrick grew up in North Carolina and Maryland before attending The Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, graduating in 1991. Thereafter he lived and worked in the New York film industry before relocating to Seattle in 1995 where his career took him from the construction industry, film advertising, internet services and finally community cinema. However, Patrick’s true impact on the world was in his personal creative ventures. An artist, sculptor, furniture maker, TV producer and film maker, his works were exhibited at various local galleries, on local TV and in the annual Seattle *** and *** Film Festival. The *** Home Show, co-produced with Nate BeMiller, was a “must see” item on Public Access TV for a few seasons. But perhaps Patrick’s highest achievement was his creative and off- ...
Found the below Hester information on FamilyTree.com: An English, Irish and German surname, Hester comes from the German term ‘hester’ which meant a beech tree. The spelling variations for Hester include Hasster and Haster. In England the earliest Hester families lived in Yorkshire. From there the Hester surname spread to most of the country and to a couple counties in Wales. The larger populations of Hester families reside in the city of London, Middlesex, Berkshire, Lancashire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. In Ireland many with the Hester name resided in County Mayo. In Scotland the counties with the greater Hester population were Lanarkshire, Midlothian, Stirlingshire and Argyll. Within the United States the original Hester families lived in Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. Famous: Jacob Hester (professional football player), Phil Hester (comic book writer and illustrator), Paul Hester (musician), Carolyn Hester (songwriter ...
Animal Rights Activists: Brigitte Bardot (79), French former actress, singer, and fashion model. Retired from the industry to become the leading spokesperson for animal rights. Pam Grier (64 ), from North Carolina, actress, over 96 credits, and 1st black woman to appear on the cover of Ms. Magazine. Carole King (72), from New York, singer, songwriter, also environmentalist activist. Wrote for over 400 artist, including You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman, sung by Aretha Franklin.
NAMI of Roanoke Valley Monthly Meeting March 10th, 2014 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Greene United Methodist Church 429 2nd St., Roanoke, VA Room 212 Free parking is available at the side of the church and also across Luck Street in the Car Park lot. On March 10, 2014 at the NAMI-RV monthly meeting a panel discussion of Mandatory Outpatient Treatment (MOT) will be held, followed by a Q&A segment. Special Justice Lorin Costanzo, legislative liaison, MOT advocate Tom Spurlock, and Kelly Clinevell, Manager of Crisis Service-BRBH have graciously agreed to participate as the panelists. MOT (or Assisted Outpatient Treatment, AOT) laws date back to 1999. New York’s Kendra’s Law was enacted in 1999. There are many localities and states where AOT/MOT laws are frequently utilized. New York and North Carolina are two states that have vigorous AOT laws and programs, and even a few localities in Virginia. But, there are many other places throughout the country and Virginia that do not utilize AOT/MOT frequently (i ...
East: An initial round of light snow (sleet and freezing rain, also) moves into the Northeast Sunday. Heavier snow builds into the Northeast overnight Sunday night continuing into much of Monday, before tapering off late Monday afternoon and evening. Six inches of snow is possible from the New York City metro area New York State and extreme southern New England to Delaware, northern Virginia and West Virginia. Within this swath, a few spots will pick up over one foot of total snow through Monday afternoon. Accumulating snow is possible as far south as southern Virginia, or even a few areas in North Carolina.
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Day 23 of (28) Omega Psi Phi Black History Pioneers to the American experience, Togo D. West Jr., Engineer, Army Officer (JAG Corps), Lawyer, Presidential Appointee, Teacher, Mentor, Entrepreneur, Public Servant, Philanthropist and former Secretary of the Army and Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Togo Dennis West, Jr. was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1942. His father was a High School principal. Addressing the faculty and graduating class of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, in 1994, West passed along advice he received from his educator father. "Teachers, remember this: you teach the life you live. You, as officers, will teach the value of integrity, and you will teach its importance in the life of our Army and our country by the way you live it," West was quoted in the New York Times as telling the West Point commencement. West attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., among the most elite of historically black colleges, from which he received a bachelor's degree in elec ...
Elizabeth Catlett Mora (April 15, 1915 – April 2, 2012[1]) was an American-born (African-American) sculptor and printmaker. Catlett is best known for the black, expressionistic sculptures and prints she produced during the 1960s and 1970s, which are seen as politically charged. Catlett was born in Washington, D.C., the youngest of three children. She attended the Lucretia Mott Elementary School, Dunbar High School, and then Howard University where she studied design, printmaking and drawing. In an interview in December 1981 in Artist and Influence magazine, she stated that she changed her major to painting because of the influence of James A. Porter, and because there was no sculpture division at Howard at the time. She received her BS *** laude from Howard in 1935. She then worked as a High School teacher in North Carolina but left after two years, frustrated by the low teaching salaries for black people. While living and working in Harlem, New York, she was briefly married to Charles White. In 1947, s ...
Today in Black History Month we honor our own BIshop Michael Curry. A Teacher, preacher, advocate, author and ardent student of scripture, we know God has a plan for him - still. Read his latest publication "Crazy Christians"and get busy living for God in a new way! It is my pleasure to celebrate my friend.. "The Rt. Rev. Michael Bruce Curry (born in Chicago, Illinois on March 13, 1953) is a bishop in the Episcopal Church. He was elected eleventh Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina on February 11, 2000 and ordained bishop on June 17, 2000, at Duke Chapel on the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.[1] The first African American bishop to lead a southern diocese of the Episcopal Church, he has a national preaching and teaching ministry, having been featured on The Protestant Hour and as a frequent speaker at services of worship and conferences around the country. Before his ordination, Bishop Curry attended public schools in Buffalo, New York and graduated with high honors fro ...
Hogan: Charlotte wanted to host LFC The news that Liverpool will play Manchester City at the Yankee Stadium may have grabbed the biggest headlines today but don’t underestimate the buzz surrounding the announcement that the Reds will also play in Chicago and Charlotte this summer… Whilst Reds legend Robbie Fowler took a Bronx stage to announce Liverpool’s game in New York, the club’s Chief Commercial Officer Billy Hogan travelled to North Carolina to perform a similar duty in Charlotte and admitted afterwards that the city specifically asked to host Liverpool FC. “The reaction here in Charlotte has been fantastic,” Hogan told LFCtour.com. “There’s also been a great reaction in the local media. As a club, we’ve been working very closely with the city of Charlotte and the tournament organisers to bring Liverpool here. There’s been a great amount of excitement leading up to today’s announcement and it’s great that it’s out there in the Public Domain now. We’re already seeing the r ...
Did you know? On this day in 1776, from Norfolk, Virginia, Royal Governor John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, dispatches a note to William Legge, 2nd Earl of Dartmouth, expressing his "inexpressible mortification" that British Major General Sir Henry Clinton had been ordered to the "insignificant province of North Carolina to the neglect of this the richest and powerfully important province in America." Dunmore was facing expulsion from Virginia at the hands of the Patriots and was deeply insulted that the army chose to defend its claims to the less significant colony of North Carolina instead of the economically and politically vital colony of Virginia. Having departed New York on February 12, General Clinton met with Governor Dunmore in Hampton Roads, Virginia, on February 17 while en route to Cape Fear, North Carolina; he was forced to remain in Hampton Roads until February 27 due to stormy weather. Clinton finally reached North Carolina on March 12, by which time the North Carolina Loyalists had been ro ...
FREE K-9 OFFER TO POLICE DEPARTMENTS see the following email: Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2014 17:28:05 -0800 Subject: [OhioSARR] Free K9's From: ChefweeBragg in North Carolina is dismantling the Army IED K9. They have 64 K9's left to place, and need to move them by the end of the month. They are all certified as Bomb K9's. These K9's are free to any department. They have gone to New Mexico, New York, DHS, Border Patrol as well as several states. Most of these K9's are now going to be cross trained for LE and SAR groups in other disciplines. Some have had multiple handlers, that's how the military does it. If you have any interest please contact me and I will give you the contact info. Feel free to cross post this. There are Cocker Spaniels, Pit Bulls, Golden Retrievers,GSD, Mals, Labs Will Rosch Big Creek Search Dog Team
ivan dixon More than a Hogan's Heroes Star Ivan Dixon is best remembered for his role at Sergeant “Kinch” Kinchloe in the late 1960s TV series “Hogan’s Heroes.” But, Ivan Dixon’s role in “Hogan’s Heroes” is just one small piece of a career that lasted over three decades. He began his career on Broadway and then went on to perform in numerous television shows and movies. However, Dixon didn’t follow the traditional path of being an actor for his entire career. He also became a successful television and movie director, helping to break color barriers for African-Americans in the entertainment industry. Early Years Ivan Dixon was born in Harlem, New York on April 6, 1931. He was raised in the south and attended a special boarding school for African-Americans in Gaston County, North Carolina. The school, Lincoln Academy, was one of the few all-Black boarding schools in the country with an all-Black faculty. It was here that Dixon’s interest in drama began to emerge. After graduating ...
Let's take the time out to wish Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan a happy birthday today! Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born 02/17/1963) was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Deloris (née Peoples), who worked in banking, and James R. Jordan, Sr., an equipment supervisor. His family moved to Wilmington, North Carolina, when he was a toddler. Jordan attended Emsley A. Laney High School in Wilmington, where he anchored his athletic career by playing baseball, football, and basketball. He tried out for the varsity basketball team during his sophomore year, but at 5'11" (1.80 m), he was deemed too short to play at that level. His taller friend, Harvest Leroy Smith, was the only sophomore to make the team. Motivated to prove his worth, Jordan became the star of Laney's junior varsity squad, and tallied several 40-point games. The following summer, he grew four inches (10 cm) and trained rigorously. Upon earning a spot on the varsity roster, Jordan averaged about 20 points per game over his final two seaso ...
What's Al Roker saying saying about North Carolina and New York after bad mouthing Atlanta two weeks ago?
489,846 power outages reported in 8 US states; 228,786 in Georgia; 210,869 in South Carolina; 27,072 in North Carolina; 17,559 in Louisiana; 2,527 in New York; 1,234 in New Jersey; 977 in Maryland; 840 in Virginia - -
Wow, two more new sisterhood members, Linda Smith is from New York and Jane Estes is from North Carolina!
1940 Charles Richard Drew (1904-50) was the first person to set up a blood bank.His work made him internationally prominent and earned him the title "Father of Blood Plasma". Born in Washington DC Drew graduated from Amherst College in 1926.He also coached and taught at Morgan State College,received his medical degree from Mcgill University in 1933,and taught pathology at Howard University in 1935 Drew's research at the Columbia Medical Center in New York led to the discovery that blood plasma could supplant whole blood transfusion.He set up and administered the British blood bank from 1940 to 1941,then the American Red Cross project to collect and store blood.His research was responsible for saving numerous lives durning World War 2.While accounts vary concerning his care after an automobile accident near Burlington,North Carolina,according to the New York Times, he died at a segregated hospital "that had no blood plasma that might have saved his life".
Feb 5 . Frederick Clinton Branch (May 31, 1922 – April 10, 2005) was the first African-American officer of the United States Marine Corps. He was born in Hamlet, North Carolina. After graduating from High School in Mamaroneck, New York, Branch attended Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, where he became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. He then transferred to Temple University in Philadelphia. After receiving a draft notice from the Army in May 1943, he reported for induction to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he was chosen to become a Marine. In June 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt had opened the Marine Corps to African Americans through Executive Order 8802, which prohibited racial discrimination by any government agency. Previously, African Americans had been barred from Marine Corps service. He underwent training at Montford Point, North Carolina, along with other African-Americans (who became known as the "Montford Point Marines").
February 4, 1789. On this date the United States Electoral College unanimously elected George Washington the first President. He is the only candidate to receive all of the electoral votes. In 1793 he again received 100% of the electoral votes. By contrast John Adams, the second President of the United States received just 71 of the 139 electoral votes, just barely defeating Thomas Jefferson. February 4, 1861. On this date representatives from six southern states ( South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana) met in Montgomery, Alabama to form the Confederate States of America having already declared secession. By May five other states (Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee and North Carolina) would join the CSA. February 4, 1932. On this date the third Winter Olympic Games were held in Lake Placid, New York, the first to be held in the United States. Soon to be president, New York Governor, Franklin D. Roosevelt opened the games. Eddie Eagan won a gold medal in the men's ...
Allegheny woodrats are mainly distributed along the Appalachian Mountains. They have historically been found as far north as Connecticut and possibly Massachusetts, where they are now extirpated (extinct), southeastern New York (extirpated), northern New Jersey, and northern Pennsylvania southwestward through western Maryland, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, northern and western Virginia to northeastern Alabama and northWestern North Carolina with isolated populations north of the Ohio River in southern Ohio (extirpated) and southern Indiana (reintroduced). The Tennessee River is generally accepted as the southern range limit. There are no recognized subspecies. Fossils belonging to the species are known from mid Pleistocene deposits in Maryland and West Virginia. Although the Allegheny woodrat is not federally listed, it is in major decline and is state listed.
Please pray for my daughter again as she has her first round of Chemo today. As most of you know, we found out earlier yesterday that she does have stage 3 Hepatoblastoma. It's a pediatric cancer of the liver. Thankfully it's only in her liver and hasn't spread, but the severity of it most likely will force the doctors to have to do a liver transplant after 2 rounds, or 6 weeks, of chemotherapy. Many people have asked me if we need anything. My honest answer is I don't know right now. I do know we need prayer. So far we know of people praying for us in Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Kentucky, Arkansas, Alaska, California, Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, Kansas, Minnesota, West Virginia, Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Argentina, Mexico, England, Israel, Belgium, New Zealand, and Brazil.(if I left you off the list please let me know, see the updated list below). My plea to everyone here is to get the word out to somebody in every state and country possible. Ask t ...
Very cool, and thank you for sharing. And not just North Carolina, look at Washington, Illinois, New York and Florida. Un saludo!
What are you doing here? New York ranks No. 1 for most people departing Print According to Albany think tank The Empire Center for Public Policy, recent U.S. Census data shows New York as highest in domestic migration loss since 2010. Illinois, California and New Jersey follow with significant losses in residents compared to the rest of the country. On the contrary, states like Texas and Florida gained the most in domestic migration during that time. Most losses • New York • Illinois •California • New Jersey •Michigan Most gains • Texas • Florida • North Carolina • Colorado • South Carolina It is important to note that the U.S. Census Bureau doesn't survey the people in this migration data, but The Empire Center speculates that these are possible reasons for why New York sustains the most losses: High downstate housing costs Housing is more expensive now than ever in the downstate regions of New York City, Long Island, and the lower Hudson Valley. In 2011, NYU's Furman Center documente ...
Great news. I've had several clients and locations added this year - New York, New Mexico, North Carolina, Utah, Michigan, Texas, Mexico.
Concerns over costs and student privacy have spurred districts in Delaware, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, and Ohio to withdraw from the federal school improvement program.
DopeWayne CONGRATULATIONS You have been selected to perform at The Unsigned247 Tour. We provide a great opportunity to perform in-front of a nationwide audience, giving Unsigned Artists the chance to showcase their talents. All shows on the tour will take place within the USA and Europe. Cities and states include: UK - London, Birmingham, Manchester. USA - California, Texas, New York, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, Washington, Tennessee, Missouri, Maryland, South Carolina and Washington. Additional states and cities will be added soon. WHO ARE WE We are a medium sized events company established to help the ordinary unsigned Artist stand a good chance at getting their music heard by the right people. For each show during the tour we invite National press, Radio Stations, Management companies, talent scouts and A&R's in order to find new talent to pass onto Record Labels. We have been organizing events for around 5 years including venues at the AEG O2 arena
NEWSPAPER CHAIN PLANS 'STATE-BY-STATE' CONCEALED WEAPON DATABASES By Joshua Rhett Miller A national newspaper chain with nearly 100 publications and 1.6 million readers is considering building “state-by-state databases” on concealed weapons permit holders, according to an internal e-mail. The plan, laid out in an email from a top editor at North Carolina-based Civitas Media, could be similar to a controversial project a New York State newspaper carried out in 2012 which included an online map that identified gun owners in two counties by name and address. Civitas' database project was detailed in a Jan. 19 e-mail to newsrooms across the chain, which has papers in 11 states, including Ohio, Illinois and Pennsylvania. The newest project "examines the explosion of ‘conceal and carry’ gun permits across the U.S.,” wrote Jim Lawitz, Civitas’ director of content, in an e-mail first obtained by the Buckeye Firearms Association. “Through public records act requests, we will attempt to build state-by ...
"Here are five New York rappers who don't have the slightest idea what North Carolina BBQ tastes like..."
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“We in North Carolina we don't go to school in snow 😅 This ain't New York 😂😭😅”
New York is one of two states, the other being North Carolina, in which 16-year-olds are automatically tried as adults. The result is that New York channels nearly 40,000 adolescents a year into the criminal courts — most of them charged with nonviolent crimes like fare-beating in the subways, marijuana possession and shoplifting.
New York and North Carolina are the only two states to share this unfortunate distinction.
Brother: what's the capital of New York. Me: New York. Brother: what's the capital of South Carolina. Me: North Carolina. *then I get smacked*
Since the beginning of the Marcellus and Utica Shale play in eastern Ohio the increased truck and auto traffic on I-77 south of Canton, and on feeder roads to I-77 show the importance of this roadway from Canton to Marietta. This roadway must remain "nationally significant" to continue the expansion of the energy, plastics, polymers, and chemicals sectors in eastern Ohio and along I-77. This route, too, has become a primary artery between the improving economy of the north east; Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Michigan with the expanding economy of the South; North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
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A cold front will plunge southward all the way to the Gulf Coast, dropping temperatures in the South. Some light snowfall is possible today from western parts of New York and Pennsylvania, to areas as far south as the mountains of east Tennessee (home of weatherTAP!) and Western North Carolina. Accumulations may top one inch over the higher peaks of the southern Appalachians, but elsewhere are expected to generally be less than one inch. Follow this cold front with a free trial of weatherTAP.com. Just fill out the short form here:
Though a US tour of Deaf museums would be fun too. Wisconsin, New Mexico, New York, Kansas, Connecticut, North Carolina, Iowa, and Oregon!
Cheese shops of the week! North Carolina, New York, and Massachusetts:
Good morning The Daily Rundown is live from New York right now on msnbc. Are you watching? Chuck kicked off the show with his First Reads on President Obama's trip to North Carolina. Now, Gene Sperling talks about the president's economic agenda and later, Maria Shriver sheds new light on working women in America. Stay tuned to this jammed packed edition of
New York is ok I guess. I live in North Carolina now, I like it much more than NY
Bitter cold across much of US By John Marion 6 January 2014 As many as 140 million people in the United States and Canada are suffering through record low temperatures in the wake of a storm that dropped almost two feet of snow in some places at the end of last week. As of Sunday morning, 16 deaths had been blamed on the storm, including from snow removal and traffic accidents and house fires. The storm’s effects stretch from Minnesota east to New England, and south as far as North Carolina. Associated Press photos from Saturday showed homeless men trying to keep warm on an outdoor heating grate in front of the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC. Dozens of metropolitan areas are affected, including New York, Toronto, Boston, Washington, D.C., Detroit, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Philadelphia and Chicago. Satellite photos taken by NASA show a huge land area turned white by snow. The most serious consequences, however, will result from the bitter cold and wind, which have caused temperatures below 0 ...
High-Profile Amplify Tablet Initiative Delayed Until Next School Year By Benjamin Herold on January 2, 2014 1:35 PM A high-profile 1-to-1 computing initiative in the Guilford County Schools in North Carolina has been put on hold until next school year, the result of a series of reported hardware problems that plagued the rollout of 15,000 digital tablets from New York-based Amplify. "This has not gone the way we envisioned and hoped and planned for," Guilford County School Board chairman Alan Duncan told the News & Record in late December. "I think it's important that we reiterate the regret we have to our students and to our constituency." Guilford school district officials had previously hoped to re-start the 1-1 initiative, suspended in October after reports of broken screens, a dangerously overheated charger, and other concerns, in time for the second half of this school year. Amplify spokesman Justin Hamilton said that five of the company's other clients have either resumed use of the tablets or will ...
JANUARY 3RD THIS DAY IN WRESTLING HISTORY 1929 - Lord Littlebrook was born in the UK 1952 - Jim 'JR' Ross was born in Oklahoma, USA 1957 - Stan Mykietowich and Ted Stefanyk defeat Frenchy Champagne and John DePaulo for the Madison Wrestling Club Tag Team Title in Winnipeg, Manitoba. 1957 - Dizzy Davis defeats Jim Wright to become the first to hold the Amarillo version of the NWA North American Heavyweight Title in Amarillo, Texas. 1963 - Vic Grimes was born in New York, USA 1963 - New Jack was born in in North Carolina, USA 1964 - The Destroyer defeats Mad Dog Vachon in Portland, Oregon to win the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title, ending Vachon's fourth reign. 1965 - Pat Patterson defeats Pepper Martin for the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title, beginning his second reign and ending Martin's second. 1965 - Johnny Valentine defeats The Sheik in Toronto, Ontario to win the Toronto version of the NWA United States Heavyweight Title for the seventh time. 1977 - Br ...
12 Years a Slave - In the antebellum United States, Solomon Northup, a free black man from Upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery.   Bad Grandpa - 86-year-old Irving Zisman takes a trip from Nebraska to North Carolina to take his 8 year-old grandson, Billy, back to his real father.   Baggage Claim – Pledging to keep herself from being the oldest and the only woman in her entire family never to wed, Montana embarks on a thirty-day, thirty-thousand-mile expedition to charm a potential suitor into becoming her fiancé.   Blue Jasmine - A New York socialite, deeply troubled and in denial, arrives in San Francisco to impose upon her sister. She looks a million, but isn't bringing money, peace, or love...   Bonnie and Clyde - Based on the true story of Clyde Barrow, a charismatic convicted armed robber who sweeps Bonnie Parker, an impressionable, petite, small-town waitress, off her feet, and the two embark on one of the most infamous bank-robbing sprees in history.   Captain Phillips - The ...
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Sarah Rose Nordgren was raised in Durham, North Carolina, and has lived in New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Ireland. Her poetry collection, Best Bones, won the 2013 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize and is forthcoming from the University of Pittsburgh Press in 2014. Her poems have appeared in AGNI...
Tomorrow I'm flying from North Carolina to New York, where more adventures await. I've had the BEST time here in Raleigh... met some wonderful people and had three fantastic shows on New Year's Eve to a full house at First Night Raleigh. Thanks so much to everyone here for looking after me so well, and making my first US gig so much fun! I am one happy girl :-)
It's snowing in Tennessee snowing in New York, both states are near North Carolina but yet North Carolina isn't getting any snow lol ***
From all of the reports from friends in Toronto, New York, Atlantic Canada and all other places say that its another snow storm for the ages...probably not SnowArgammenon but close enough as it is like the third major storm in a few weeks. Down here in North Carolina, its 4C (39F), rainy and grey... but I guess I should be lucky I am not shoveling the white stuff but then again, I like cross country skiing...
Good morning to you on this Thursday, 2 January 2014, from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning! Be sure to tune in from 4:30 to 7:00 this morning for the area's best newscast. A Winter Storm Warning for parts of the North Carolina mountains goes into effect at 4:00 this afternoon. Al Conklin will have complete details in your First Alert Weather forecast. We're also going to be getting rain today as well. Speaking of weather...the first winter storm of 2014, having buried Illinois in a half-foot or more of snow, is descending on New England and New York. Near blizzard conditions are forecast for areas along the Northeastern coast. The excitement is growing over the upcoming Carolina Panthers playoff game...but there's also a lot of concern by fans over the sale of playoff tickets. 7,000 playoff tickets went on sale online yesterday...and sold out in just three minutes! Many fans blame computerized ticket scalpers for scooping up the tickets so quickly...and many of ...
It has been simply an amazing 2013 for Finger Lakes Finest Thoroughbreds! We helped place over 200 retiring racehorses into new homes all over the US: Finests are now enjoying their new lives in Florida, Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, Michigan, and of course all over New York. We hear over and over again from people all over the country that they were willing to travel far to acquire a Finest because we listed the best horses, presented them so well on such an attractive user friendly website with videos and insightful descriptions, and went to such lengths to be helpful to prospective buyers. In the process we made many cherished new friends, from showing people around the stable area to find their Finest, to spending hours on the phone or email or FB to help them through the process, to getting many happy updates, to working with so many caring people at the track. We grew tremen ...
On this date, Selma Burke born in 1900. She was an African American sculptor from Mooresville, North Carolina. As a child she liked to whittle and model in clay but her mother insisted she get an education for a "career." She was educated at Slater Industrial and State Normal School, now Winston-Salem State University; St. Agnes School of Nursing, Raleigh; and Women's Medical College, Philadelphia. In 1924, she moved to New York where she worked as a nurse. But art was her calling, and she continued to work as an artist. Her accomplishments were so great that in 1935, she earned a Rosenwald Foundation Fellowship, and in 1936, a Boehler Foundation Fellowship. Both awards allowed her to travel to Europe where she studied ceramics with Povoleny in Vienna and sculpture with Maillol in Paris. Among the influences on her were the painter, Henri Matisse, and the architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Around 1940, she moved to Pittsburgh, PA. She returned to New York and in 1941, completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at ...
As NYE approaches, I must say, it was a great year! I rallied for two Supreme Court demonstrations, survived the first half of graduate school, and accepted a full-time offer with Bank of America. I was Chun-Li for Halloween! I was featured on a Colbert Report segment! I witnessed the Violence Against Women Act pass on the Congress floor! I reached all my fitness goals, thwarted a cancer recurrence, earned my yoga instructor certification, and played in my first fantasy football league! But more importantly, I celebrated the dreams and accomplishments of so many of my friends and family! I'm so grateful that I spent so many days of the last year laughing with all my lifelong friends in Arizona, DC, New York and North Carolina! Here's to another 365 days of laughter!
Tracking cigarette packs may boost Public Health, researchers claim NEW YORK -- A federal program that let law enforcement trace cigarette packs from manufacturer to consumer would reduce interstate trafficking and boost the Public Health benefits of state cigarette tax policies, researchers say. Without a national tracking system in place, smokers evade taxes, there's less of a barrier to youth smoking and local governments miss out on revenue, the authors of a new study contend. Kevin Davis of the nonprofit research organization RTI International in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, and his colleagues calculated that the cities of Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Providence and Washington, DC, combined, could collect between $690 million and $729 million per year in cigarette taxes if trafficking stopped. "What is key about this is that these calculations are not actual losses in revenue," Davis said. "This is money that could be added to government income." Davis and his team focused on five citie ...
Another Christmas tradition from a Weekend AM listener...This one from Kelly Mollins: I grew up in Hodge’s Cove, Trinity Bay. I lived in Toronto from 1984 to 1999. My Dad, who was an avid reader, but non fiction only, figured you could find anything in Toronto. This belief was bolstered by the fact that, at Christmas, Father’s Day, and his birthday, I would always find him a book that I knew he would love. There was only one time that I could remember that he asked to look for something for me. And it was a doozy. Before he married my Mom he worked on boats both local and up the St. Lawrence to the Great Lakes and down to New York. Sometime in the late 1940’s he was in Sydney. He went to a movie theatre. To the best of my knowledge, that may have been the only time he was in a theatre. The movie he saw was “The Fighting Sullivans”. It left a deep impression on him. The film was based on the true story of five brothers from rural Iowa who all signed up when America joined WWII. They were extreme ...
Ten lucky winners have been chosen for day ten of the Texmati 12 Days of Christmas! Congratulations to Anna S. of Texas, DeAnn O. of Washington, EJ E. of California, Heather D. of Virgina, Kristen D. of Ohio, Maryann G. of Pennsylvania, Mechelle W of Alabama, Roy M. Jr of Michigan, Sulis L. of New York and Wendy P. of North Carolina. Each has won two reusable RiceSelect shopping bags. Check back with us later today to see what we’re giving away for day eleven!
Good afternoon guys. The funeral services for my grandfather Lewis Taylor will be held on Tuesday December 24, 2013 in Popular Branch, North Carolina. If you would like to send flowers, you can send it to Rivers Funeral Home 504 South Road St, Elizabeth City, NC 27909. For those of you who can not attend the funeral, there will also be a Viewing here in New York as well as the burial service. Those dates and time will be announced shortly.
***POLL RESULTS*** The top 5 states that Sarah and I will be visiting this summer is: 1.) Georgia [46 votes] 2.) Florida [33 votes] 3.) New York [25 votes] 4.) West Virginia [19 votes] 5.) North Carolina [19 votes] Now, what cities, ***IN THESE 5 STATES ONLY*** should we come visit y'all in? Write your answer like the following. (Example: Baltimore, Maryland) Most votes win. Results posted at midnight tonight! Good Luck! -Shay-
CHRIS IS HOME AND ONLINE...to be clear... this is the disclaimer on Walmart.com, many amazon outlets, and some ebay pages REGARDING THE SALE OF BB GUNS, AIR SOFT OR SLINGSHOTS, STUN GUNS, AND MACE VIA SHIPPING REGULATIONS. DISCLAIMER: You must be 18 years old to purchase this product. The sale or shipment of this product to residents of California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Canada is prohibited. Check your local laws before ordering this product. We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item. The law is in reference to private shipping from a non manufacturer...funny thing is, MOST of these states ARE ones with TERRIBLE firearm restrictions. I am catching a LOT of negative comments about it ESP IN PRIVATE MESSAGES...and this is what i have to say to that... I AM BUYING AND PAYING FOR MOST OF THESE PRIZES FROM MY OWN POCKET, AND PAYING THE SHIPPING. YOU ARE NO ...
Well, it's time to start thinking about how we can best honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Years ago (in New York) we were given MLK day as a holiday and day off to reflect on our history and what Martin Luther King, Jr., contributed to it. These days (at least as far as I know in North Carolina), people just are afraid to take the day off even though it is a federal holiday. In my office, it is not a holiday, so I'm taking the day as a vacation/sick day (I've already put in for it). If you are unable to take the day off, there are several other ways we can honor him on that day. One way to honor him and to show our solidarity would be to NOT shop, buy gas or spend money, if your not on life support turn off your power from the circuit box to send the power company a message. So on January 20th let's show the world that we are the blood that keeps this country alive. DON'T LET THIS MESSAGE STOP WITH YOU PASS IT ON! IT'S TIME TO REDIRECT OUR ATTENTION!
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Gregory J. DePalma (April 24, 1932 - November 18, 2009, Butner, North Carolina) was an acting capo in the Gambino crime family who was responsible for introducing an undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent in his crew. In the 1970s, DePalma became friends with numerous celebrities after he built the Westchester Premiere Theatre in Tarrytown, New York. These friends included singers Liza Minnelli and Dean Martin, and baseball player Willie Mays, with whom DePalma frequently played golf. However, DePalma's most prestigious friend was singer Frank Sinatra. In 1976, DePalma appeared in a famous group picture at the Theatre with Sinatra, then Gambino boss Carlo Gambino, future boss Paul Castellano, and other Gambino mobsters. As soon as the theatre opened, DePalma started looting its cash and other assets. In 1977, DePalma became a made man in the Gambino crime family.
Lindsay Messina, fitness professional, cover model, and WBFF Bikini World Champion, is excited to announce her plans to host Women’s Bikini Fitness Competition Preparation Workshops in New York and North Carolina in January and March 2014, respectively. Messina hopes to use her knowledge and experience as an award-winning fitness competitor to empower other women and help them achieve fitness goals. Read more:
What a travel day! Thanks to weather, took the most unusual route to North Carolina. Vancouver to Toronto to New York to Charlotte.
Its snowing in New York and I am okay with that because Im in North Carolina's Crystal Coast and the weather has been awesomeee
Everybody claims their from New York or Jersey. lolollol. Like no stop it. You're from North Carolina.
Soo can I go back to North Carolina now since it's snowing in New York
Today in OUR story - December 4 * "1783 - George Washington's farewell address to his troops is held at Fraunces Tavern in New York City. The tavern is owned by Samuel "Black Sam" Fraunces, a wealthy West Indian of African and French descent who aided Revolutionary forces with food and money. 1807 - Prince Hall, activist and Masonic leader, joins the ancestors in Boston, Massachusetts. 1833 - The American Anti-Slavery Society is founded in Philadelphia by James Barbados, Robert Purvis, James McCrummell, James Forten, Jr., John B. Vashon and others. 1895 - Fort Valley State College is established in Georgia. 1895 - The South Carolina Constitutional Convention adopted a new constitution with "understanding clause" designed to eliminate African American voters. 1899 - The Fifty-Sixth Congress convenes with only one African American congressman, George H. White, from North Carolina. 1906 - Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is founded on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, becoming the first . ...
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SYMPATHY FOR THE PHILIPPINES, SUPPORT FOR TYPHOON VICTIMS ACROSS US OVERWHELMING 22 November 2013 — From a 13-year-old schoolgirl in Virginia who broke her piggy bank to donate her $100 in savings to a large evangelical group in North Carolina that dispatched a 747 with $5 million worth of relief goods, sympathy and support for typhoon victims in the Philippines is simply overwhelming. “We are touched by the outpouring of sympathy and solidarity by our friends here in the United States,” Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. said two weeks after Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most violent storms in recorded history, killed more than 4,000 people and affected around 10 million in its devastating rampage across the Central Philippines. “Our people are deeply indebted to all those who came to our succor,” Ambassador Cuisia said, adding that the Philippine Consulates General in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Honolulu and Agana also reported the same outpouring of support from the American publi ...
Most Popular People Born In "Buffalo/ New York/ USA" Chad Michael Murray Actor, House of Wax Chad Michael Murray was born in Buffalo, New York. The 6-foot tall star, who resides in Wilmington, North Carolina is more known to audiences of One Tree Hill where he plays the good son, Lucas Scott. Growing up, his mother left his family at a young age and, since then, he had to help take care of his younger siblings...
SSS Spartan Band Wins National Competition The Smithfield Selma High Spartan Regiment are national winners. They won the US Bands National Competition held on Saturday, November 9 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The SSS Spartan Regiment was crowned the IV-A Open National Champions after competing against eleven other schools from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Georgia. The Spartan Regiment scored a 96.875 and took the category awards for Best Music, Best Effect and Best Visual. Over the two weekend competition, the 96.875 score by the Spartan Regiment was the highest score of all 101 competing bands. Contributed photo
Diahann Carroll Born July 17, 1935 Carroll was born Carol Diahann Johnson in Bronx, New York, to John Johnson of Aiken, South Carolina, and Mabel (Faulk), of Bladenboro, North Carolina. When Carroll was an infant, the family moved to Harlem, where she grew up. Diahann Carroll is the consummate entertainer. So varied and dynamic are her gifts that she continually astounds fans and critics alike with her versatility and magnetism. She is one of America's major performing talents appearing in nightclubs, the Broadway stage, a Las Vegas headliner, in motion pictures and television. Diahann Carroll is a Tony Award winner, an Emmy and Grammy nominee, a Golden Globe winner and a Best Actress Oscar nominee. In April 2006, she debuted her new cabaret show at Feinstein's, New York's prime venue, to sell-out audiences receiving overwhelming reviews. Stephen Holden of The New York Times wrote, "Diahann Carroll is historic. Experience it while you can. Her opening number, "Come Rain or Come Shine" erupts out of her li ...
"Discovering the Incas".Having hiked many mountain trails in Georgia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and New York--none compare to the Inca Trail leading to the ancient mountaintop city of Machu Picchu in Peru! A couple of the more difficult mountain trails I've hiked over the years include Old Rag in Virginia and Squaw Mountain (near the summit) in the Adirondack mountains of New York. The steepest descent was probably Devils Hole in New York. Still, they all pale in comparison to the steepness of the Inca Trail. This has to be the "mother" of all trails with regard to sheerness. Nevertheless, a great hike for those who enjoy living on the edge (literally) and enjoy a challenge when hiking. Still, I wouldn't recommend the Inca Trail for the weak hearted and not so fit. The four day hike is a great opportunity for those looking to experience the archaeological and cultural treasures of the Incas. The hike offers breath taking views of mountainscapes, clouded forests and jungles as it me ...
What do the following states have in common? Colorado, Connecticut, Washington DC, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Texas and Virginia. They are the states represented by our pre-registered runners for this year's 14th Annual Trot Off Your Turkey! And we even have some people registered from Great Britain!!!
Google ADS: 16th Amendment not Ratified In his declaration Knox claims the following States properly ratified the 16th: Alabama,Kentucky, South Carolina, Illinois, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Maryland, Georgia, Texas, Ohio, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, Montana, Indiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, North Dakota, Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Mane, Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, New York, South Dakota, Arizona, Minnesota, Louisiana, Delaware, and Wyoming. Knox claimed that it appeared that New Jersey and New Mexico had approved the 16th. NOTE Knox, claimed that he had official documents on file for all of these States, however, clearly there were no documents for Minnesota. Again, the incorporation of the terms of the proposed amendment in the ratifying resolution seems in every case merely to have been by way or recitation. Furthermore, under the provisions of the Constitution a legislature is not authorized to alter in any way the amendment proposed by Congress, the function of t ...
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Stick Handling Camp featuring Dan Reja PS101 in its continued efforts to bring only the best to their clients presents its first Stick Handling Camp featuring Dan Reja from Dangle Hockey. Dan a long time friend of PS101 is perhaps the best stick handling player we have seen. His experience and knowledge is second to none. Dan has provided stick handling sessions over seas and now brings it to the clients of PS101 of South Simcoe and area. Dan grew up in Toronto and played his minor hockey in the GTHL for the Toronto Red Wings, Toronto Marlies and Mississauga Senators. He was drafted by the NHL’s Washington Capitals. He played 3 years Junior (OHL) and 7 years Pro (ECHL, WCHL, CHL, Germany, Italy). Over the past 20 years Dan has instructed for different hockey schools which included camps in Toronto, Dallas, North Carolina, San Francisco, San Jose, Minnesota and New York. Since starting up Dangle Hockey in 2009, Dan has also been invited as a guest instructor to teach in Korea, Russia, and Chicago. He ha ...
Nice relaxing day in Costa Rica! After speaking with the Captain today, he said that when we make it to Savannah, we will have been 5,000 Nautical Miles in one month! I was also tallying up everywhere that Gabby and I have been in 5 months.Washington D.C., Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Canada, North Carolina, Georgia, California, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Florida, and back to Georgia!! Whew!! We have been busy!!
Why party in just one location, when you can party all around the world?!!! "Food Not Bombs Portland Maine is going to host a streaming party friday for your release!" - Michael Jay Anthony says. Brilliant! That tickles me to no end! Multi-nodal Release Parties via live stream! The live stream is being watched in Africa, New Zealand, Spain, Canada, the United Kingdom, Oregon, California, Arizona, South Dakota, New Mexico, Colorado, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, New York ... who have I forgotten? Sending thanks and love to so many! PS Keith McHenry how'd you like that FNB party? (Everyone else, if you don't know the vibrant, living legend that is Food Not Bombs, you should. They are in 1,000 worldwide locations serving food to the hungry every week and reminding us all that our political leaders would rather bomb the world than feed their people.)
Our next event is a presentation by George Eisman on Tuesday October 29th at 6 pm. As usual - the event will be held at the Cocoa Beach Library. George Eisman has been a Registered Dietition since 1978. He is the founder of the Association of Vegetarian Dietitians and Nutrition Educators, and co-founder and first Chairman-Elect of the Vegetarian Nutrition Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association. Mr. Eisman has worked as a dietitian at Miami Children’s Hospital and Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, and at Wesley Woods Nursing Home in Atlanta, before serving as a Public Health Nutritionist for the State Health Departments of Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. He has taught nutrition at the college and university level for over 20 years, having served as a faculty member at Florida State University, Broward Community College and Miami-Dade Community College and most recently at Cornell University in New York. Mr. Eisman is the author of The Most Noble Diet; Don’t Let Your Diet A . ...
David Ryan Adams (born November 5, 1974) is an American alt-country/rock singer-songwriter from Jacksonville, North Carolina. Initially a member of the group Whiskeytown, after three albums Adams went solo, releasing Heartbreaker in 2000. A longtime resident of New York City, Adams is probably best known for his song "New York, New York", which appeared on his 2001 release Gold. He has since released five more solo albums and three albums with his band, The Cardinals. His most recent album, Cardinology, was released on October 28, 2008. Adams has also produced albums by Jesse Malin and Willie Nelson and contributed to the albums of various artists, including: Toots & the Maytals, Beth Orton, , Minnie Driver, Counting Crows, America and Cowboy Junkies. He also appeared on CMT Crossroads with Elton John. In early 2009 Adams left The Cardinals and announced that he was taking an indefinite hiatus from music. Adams has also written two books of short stories and poems, entitled Infinity Blues and Hello Sunshi ...
Hey Hokies! The Fall 2013 "vtmag" is out. Here are some interesting trivia facts from the publication with which to astonish your friends! DID YOU KNOW.the profile of the Class of 2017 includes: 1. Of the approximately 5,350 new undergrads, over 3,500 are from Virginia, while approximately 1,700 represent other states, territories and countries. 2. Top states for out-of-state frosh are (1) Maryland (364); (2) New Jersey (275); (3) Pennsylvania (242); (4) North Carolina (146); (5) New York (96). The top 5 foreign countries represented, in order, are China, India, Jordan, Malaysia, and Saudi Arabia. 3. Top 10 first year student majors, in order, are (1) general engineering; (2) university studies; (3) biology; (4) business; (5) human nutrition, foods and exercise; (6) physics; (7) math; (8) animal and poultry sciences; (9) psychology; (10) biochemistry. Smart bunch! When it comes to tailgating at Lane, gone are the days of the simple burders and dogs. Instead, according to the publicatio ...
Julianne Moore: Date of Birth 3 December 1960, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA Birth Name Julie Anne Smith Nickname Juli Height 5' 4" (1.63 m) Mini Biography The daughter of a military judge and a Scottish Social Worker, Julianne Moore was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina on December 3, 1960. She spent the early years of her life in over two dozen locations around the world with her parents before she finally found her place at Boston University, where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree in acting from the School of the Performing Arts. After graduation (in 1983), Julianne moved to New York and worked extensively in theater, including appearances off-Broadway in two Caryl Churchill plays, Serious Money and Ice Cream With Hot Fudge and as Ophelia in Hamlet at The Guthrie Theatre. But despite her formal training, Julianne fell into the attractive actress' trap of the mid-1980's: TV soaps and miniseries. She appeared briefly in the daytime serial "The Edge of Night" (1956) and from 198 ...
welcome to all the new LIKE/MEMBERS the past few days all orders have been shipped and you should check your email for tracking numbers. Once again thanks for all the support we grow larger and larger every day and the Zombies will not stand a chance!! for the new USZORT followers welcome I hope you enjoy our FB page and to learn more about us you can go to USZORT.com ROLLCALL U.S. Zombie Outbreak Response Team State Units ( the number in front of your state is now state UNIT 1 Delaware 2 Pennsylvania 3 New York 4 Georgia 5 Connecticut 6 Massachusetts 7 Maryland 8 South Carolina 9 New Hampshire 10 Virginia 11 New Jersey 12 North Carolina 13 Rhode Island 14 Vermont 15 Kentucky 16 Tennessee 17 Ohio 18 Louisiana 19 Indiana 20 Mississippi 21 Illinois 22 Alabama 23 Maine 24 Missouri 25 Arkansas 26 Michigan 27 Florida 28 Texas 29 Iowa 30 Wisconsin 31 California 32 Minnesota 33 Oregon 34 Kansas 35 West Virginia 36 Nevada 37 Nebraska 38 Colorado 39 North Dakota 40 South Dakota 41 Montana 42 Washington 43 Idaho 44 ...
"Artist, Malvin Gray Johnson, a North Carolina native, rose to prominence during the Harlem Renaissance. His exhibition of oils, watercolors and drawings in 2002 at North Carolina Central University, was the first since his death in 1934. Johnson was born in Greensboro in 1896. Of Johnson's six brothers and sisters, he was close to only one, his sister Maggie. She was fifteen years his senior, a graduate of Bennett College in Greensboro. Maggie became a teacher and a great inspiration to her younger brother, Malvin. During a time when it was extremely difficult to find art schools or classes for blacks, Maggie took on the responsibility to give him his first art lessons and art materials. In 1906, Malvin drew his first picture in charcoal, "Untitled (seascape"). In 1911, he began painting in oil. The following year, Malvin left Greensboro at the age of 16 and headed for New York. Johnson worked during the day and took classes at night. By age 20, he had saved enough money to enter the National Academy of ...
This week, the TVHS Band enters the Top 25 as ranked in Class 1A in the Tournament of Bands Circuit. The TOB Circuit covers the states of West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York and Washington D.C. The TVHS Band placed 1st in the Greenbrier Valley Shriners Parade Competition and 2nd in the Field Show Competition in Class 1A. They will be participating in the Forest Festival this weekend. WAY TO GO BULLDOGS!
New research from the Manhattan Institute estimates that insurance rates for young men will rise by 99 percent. Rates for younger women will rise between 55 percent to 62 percent, according to the right-leaning New York think tank. The precise impact of the new health law is likely to vary markedly from state-to-state, however. These differences mean men will get hammered in North Carolina with an average 305 percent rate hike, while women will suffer in Nebraska, paying an average of 237 percent more. For most people, subsidies in the law will not counteract the rate shock, says co-author of the study Avik Roy, a health care expert and Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
Today is the 28th anniversary of Hurricane Gloria’s landfall on New York City and Long Island. The storm formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean on September 16 during the 1985 hurricane season. It intensified at sea, eventually reaching Category 4 hurricane status, but weakened significantly by the time it made first landfall in North Carolina. Gloria moved north along the coastline and made a second landfall in Long Island, and a third in Connecticut. Gloria brought a storm surge of 6.9 ft to Battery Park, with wind gusts of 85mph recorded in Suffolk County. The surge destroyed 48 houses on Long Island and winds left 683,000 people in New York without power, with some lacking electricity for over eleven days.
Parents beware! Nine states are planning to share your child’s confidential information with private corporations Nine “pilot” states have agreed to share confidential student and teacher data with a Gates-funded organization called the “Shared Learning Collaborative” or SLC, which has now spun off as a separate corporation called inBloom Inc. The states and districts in Phase I include New York (NYC student data), North Carolina (Guilford Co.), Colorado (Jefferson Co.), Illinois (Unit 5 Normal and District 87 Bloomington) and Massachusetts (Everett) and Louisiana (state-wide). Phase II states include Delaware, Georgia, and Kentucky, which intend to start piloting the system in 2013. This confidential data includes personally identifiable information, including student names, grades, test scores, disciplinary and attendance records, and mostly likely race or ethnicity, free lunch & special education status as well. These records are to be stored in a massive electronic data bank, being built by ...
1816 & ’45 docs move Sandy Creek away from Calvinism Published on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 06:00 16 Comments by Ron F. Hale Those with an agenda to rewrite Southern Baptist history will inappropriately use the early historical documents of the Sandy Creek Baptist Association to gain devotees to their staunch brand of New Calvinism. Their obsessive desire to take Southern Baptists back to the so-called glory days of Calvinism clouds their judgment in disclosing the unfettered truth about our humble Sandy Creekers. The Sandy Creek Baptist Association in North Carolina was constituted in 1758, but did not adopt a set of faith principles until 1816. This was 45 years after the death of Shubal Sterns (1706-1771). Most websites highlighting Baptist Confessions only mention the early Sandy Creek document, or the edition identifying more with the doctrines of grace (Calvinism). This article will show both the 1816 and the 1845 Sandy Creek documents, and readers will clearly see their historic shift away fro ...
In the last year I have been to Aussie, Fiji, Hong Kong, Dubai, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Cook Islands and Canada. It's been a great year.. i have the best travel stories and the best travel INSuRAnCE story! Next year my hit list is.. New York, North Carolina, India, Sri Lanka and Canada... Lets see if I manage to tick them off!
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Karen Bryant Karen "The Voice" Luke Bryan, born in Bronx, New York, Karen Bryant was the youngest of three girls. She grew up in a small town in North Carolina, where her love for music began. At any given time, she heard her father playing the music of Charlie Pride and Chuck Berry or her mother playing the sounds of Frankie Valli and Frank Sinatra. Her sisters, who are ten and twelve years her senior, filled her life with R&B. When her oldest sister took her to see the movie “Sparkle”, she knew she wanted to sing. Like many artists, Karen began singing in church. While in school, she sang in the chorus. After graduating and signing up for a career in the military, she joined her first band. They performed at many events on and around Ft. Hood, Texas. Shortly after completing her term of service, Karen returned to the East Coast where she continued singing. She has performed at political events and local venues in and around Washington, DC, several colleges and universities in the northeast and has p ...
ELVIS 21 SEPTEMBER 1953 Elvis goes at work at Precision Tool again. He works with a Shred machine an a handdrill. He gets $1,55 an hour. Elvis does this work untill March 1954. 1955 Elvis performed in "The Memorial Auditorium" Raleigh, North Carolina 1958 Elvis had received a copy of Poems That Touch The Heart from another soldier on the train, on its way to New York. It somehow gave him some consolation on the long ride. Somewhere along the way Elvis met with a little soldier, named Charlie Hodge. Later on Charlie confessed that he was "bound and determined" to meet Elvis. 1964 Elvis, always drawn to uniforms and badges, was appointed "Special Deputy Sheriff". He told Sheriff Bill Morris: I've always been interested in law enforcement and in fact even applied for a job as a Memphis policeman at age of 19. 1966 Elvis signed a lease for one year for an very modern house in Palm Springs. 1970 Elvis was made an honorary deputy sheriff of Shelby County by sheriff Roy. C . Nixon. 1971 Elvis went to Memphis aga ...
JPMorgan Guilty Admission a Win for SEC’s Policy Shift The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, in settling claims with JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) over its handling of a $6.2 billion trading loss, landed its biggest victory yet in fulfilling a pledge to force wrongdoers to admit guilt. As part of the $920 million agreement with regulators in the U.S. and U.K., New York-based JPMorgan admitted yesterday that it violated federal securities laws when it failed to catch traders hiding losses in 2012. “It’s no small thing to go from getting no admissions six months ago to this,” said James Cox, a law professor at Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina. “It’s a useful shaming process. It has an impact on the behavior of other people.” Under SEC Chairman Mary Jo White, 65, the enforcement division has shifted its long-standing policy of allowing defendants to settle matters without admitting or denying any wrongdoing. The practice had been thrown into question when U.S. Distric ...
Terrible Tuesday: Top 10 worst picks All-Time 1. LaRue Martin, 1972 NBA Draft The 6-foot-11 center averaged 5.3 points per game and 4.6 rebounds in his four NBA seasons, all with the Portland Trail Blazers. With the No. 2 pick, the Buffalo Braves selected Bob McAdoo out of North Carolina. Other first-round picks: Paul Westphal, picked 10th by the Celtics, and Julius Erving, selected 12th by the Bucks. 2. Aundray Bruce, 1988 NFL Draft The defensive end, a former Auburn star picked by the Falcons, played 41 NFL games over the next 11 years and recorded only four INTs and 32 sacks. The Falcons could have had another defensive lineman, Neil Smith, whom the Chiefs picked with the second overall choice. Smith played in six Pro Bowls. 3. Brien Taylor, 1991 MLB Draft The next great pitching phenom went to the Yankees, in typical New York largesse. Taylor got a huge signing bonus ($1.55 million, about $1 million more than the second-highest signing bonus at the time). He was a flamethrower, but hurt his shoulder i ...
The Life of a Historian (1965-2013) I was born on May 15, 1965 at 6:42 P.M. at the United States Regional Medical Center, located on the shore of the Elizabeth River near Norfolk, Virginia, in Portsmouth, Virginia, to Betty Mae Bynum-Faison Eley. I was light-skinned, with high-cheek bones, black hair, and brown eyes. He weighed seven lbs, one oz. and stood twenty inches tall. I was delivered by Dr. B. B. Boensch, M.D. I was the sixth child of seven. At the time of my birth, all his grandparents were living. My father, Roger Gary lived in Boston, Massachusetts. My grandmother, J. Vera Bynum Faison was living in Portsmouth, Virginia with her husband, Joseph Wilson Faison, Sr. My father's parents, Gonzalo and Gladys Mungo McDow were living in Brooklyn, New York. Only two of my great grandparents were still living, Dorphus and Emma Elizabeth Parker Gary lived in Seaboard, North Carolina. The President of the U.S. was Lyndon Baines Johnson. There was no such thing as a Superbowl, the Boston Celtics w ...
Red Cross responses across the country: The American Red Cross remains a presence of comfort to communities affected by wildfires, flooding and transportation incidents throughout the country. Red Cross disaster workers are providing shelter, food, clean up items and emotional support to people impacted by flooding in New York, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, wildfires in Arizona and Nevada, as well as the Asiana Airlines crash in Northern California. The Red Cross had 7 shelters opened during the weekend across the country providing 40 overnight stays on Sunday night. For much of the Northwest, flash flood watches and warnings remain in effect. A combination of heavy rain and saturated ground will increase chances of flooding. A Tropical Storm watch is now in effect for Puerto Rico for Tropical Storm Chantal. Maximum sustained winds are at 45 mph, with higher gusts. Tropical Storm force winds extend outward up to 60 mph. Tropical Storm conditions are expected within the Puerto Rico Watch area by early T ...
Unbelievable vacation. 3,099 miles, 15 states (Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, D.C., Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Pennsylvania) and over 60 hours of driving without incident. A week with no alarm clocks, no deadlines, and nowhere to be, just show up somewhere. And I showed up in many places. Nothing like it...God is great! Time to work and recoup that money! Lol :-)
Frederick Douglass Speaks about the Fourth of July (Brief audio Excerpt) Democracy NOW, produced a July 4th segment with an audio excerpt. More links below and a Chronology Also recommended to put this speech in historical context is to read Evan Carton's excellent work on Frederick Douglass' friend and co-conspirator, John Brown. The book "Patriotic Treason; John Brown and the Soul of America" gives an in-depth and very human understanding of Brown, his efforts and the times leading up to the Civil War. A selection is available at Google Books. Frederick Douglass' 4th of July Speech: “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” July 5, 1852 Rochester, New York * [See full text] .Fellow Citizens: Pardon me, and allow me to ask, why am I called to speak here today? What have I or those I represent to do with your national independence? Are the great principles of political freedom and natural justice, embodied in that Declaration of Independence, extended to us? And am I, therefore, called upon to bring ...
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