South Carolina & New York

South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. 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. 5.0/5

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Flying to North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, Vegas, Grand Canyon, LA, San Diego, San Francisco and finishing of in Lake Tahoe.
Four in California, one in New York and none in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi or Tennessee. . You didn't…
We're gonna have a boy and a girl. He's gonna raise the boy in New York and I'm gonna raise the girl in South Carolina.
Here are the guests for the Garden party in New York... Florida, Wisconsin, Baylor, South Carolina. One of those will be in t…
Man. Baylor and South Carolina fans off to New York. Times Square Olive Garden is going to break revenue records.
The Duke assistants will go to the locker room for a New York minute before scouting South Carolina vs Marq. Cape and Wojo played together.
Like in the past I've talked to chicks from North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio, Georgia, New York, Texas, Washington etc
Do you not know that New York is a country? That Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, etc are all countries?
This is where I'll be al in 2017:. Hawaii / New York / Philadelphia / South Carolina / North Carolina / and best yet... CALIFORNIA!
It's officially a thing. Clowns lurking in woods from South Carolina to upstate New York
Georgia girls , South Carolina girls ,Texas girls, New York girls >>>>>
Top 5 of miss USA in my opinion is . New York, South Carolina, Iowa, Wyoming, Virginia. . Can't wait for Sunday
Columbia or Colombia? cause the first spelling either he means South Carolina or the University in New York
“The South has more people living with than New York and San Francisco combined and South Carolina has the...
Hello Mr,Trump big supporter of yours that was a big win in South Carolina. would love to see you in a rally in New York
It was one year ago today I moved from Long Island, New York to Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. (1/3)
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so far it's South Carolina, New York and Los Angeles
I would go to Disney right after leaving Georgia, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina and South Carolina lol I love it
I live in upstate New York not South Carolina
Where's my people from these states? . Texas . California . New York . North , South Carolina. Louisiana
.great Bobby Richardson's road from small town South Carolina to New York Stardom.
Pricing up a holiday to New York, California and South Carolina. I need to win the lottery!
I wanna move but I'm not sure if I want to stay here in New York , or go to South Carolina or chill in Omaha for a little bit longer .
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 😆
This will be seen in New York,Virginia,DC,New Jersey,Atlanta,All threw the Carolina's,South Carolina,Florida man
One can find art house films in Chicago, and New York, and LA. But in most of Arkansas? South Carolina? Mississippi? Western Colorado?
1/16/1865: In another change of comand decision, CS General Joe Johnston was appointed to the command of what was left of the Army of Tennessee while General Beauregard was named commander of defense forces in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina, such as they were. CS War Department clerk John B. Jones wrote that CS$70 equaled $1 in gold. Francis Blair met President Lincoln and presented President Davis' proposal to grant the Southern States independence. Davis had also proposed joint operations against Imperial Mexico (meaning the French imposed government there). At Fort Fisher, teo drunken sailors entered the fort's powder magazine, with lighted lanterns! Within moments, the magazine blew up, killing 25, injuring 66, and 13 missing. Most of the casualties were from the 169th New York, who were sleeping on the mound covering the magazine at the time. Meanwhile, CS General Bragg was ordered by President Davis to retake Fort Fisher, that order would not be carried out.
Well in the U.S Louisiana, Hawaii, Vermont, New York, Georgia, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, North and South Carolina. and more
Closing date for the marvelous week of masterclass in June is 31 January 2015 Don't miss out Preview Professor Raymond Hughes Raymond Hughes’ distinguished international career includes successive conducting posts with opera companies in Germany and South Africa, and working as Principal Guest Conductor of the Chorus of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Italy. In 1991, he was appointed Chorus Master at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. During his tenure at the Met, from which he retired in 2008, he worked closely with the Met's Artistic Director, James Levine, in international tours to Spain, Germany, and Japan; in the 1996 debut, and in several subsequent seasons, of the Metropolitan Opera Chorus in concert in Carnegie Hall; and in numerous audio and video recordings; as well sixteen seasons of more than 250 performances per year at Lincoln Center. Increasingly in demand as a conductor and as a musical and artistic consultant, he made his Carnegie Hall Debut in 2007 with Maurice Du .. ...
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.
South Carolina, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, and now Florida.I'm filming tonight in Miami
It always stops my blood...when Black Americans have never heard of Queen TinkaTeker II Her 8 children were among the 1st slaves in United States and Barbados. Her 6 sons were the 1st slaves in Vermont, New York, New Hamsphire and her 2 daughters (taken to Barbados) were raped...then their Mulatto offspring were sold to South Carolina. Queen TinkaTeker II was killed by fire circa 1628 when she ordered her army to drown over 40 Dutch children whose parents were missionary settlers in what is now GAMBIA.this was retaliation for her 8 children mysteriously disappearing from the beach. She was burned at the stake by her own tribe, the Serahuli on orders of the Dutch. Queen TinkaTeker II's sister, Queen Ambi was one of the first slaves in Jamaica. Queen TinkaTeker II was the wife of King Teker, one of the Kings who brought Islam to Gambi. He was away on business in North Africa for several years when his children by Tinka were stolen and she got burned alive. I am appalled that Black Americans have not been to ...
my dad will be in New York the same week while my mom & sister are in South Carolina. house to myself hellz ya
One family took a two-hour detour on the way to New York from South Carolina just to get ice cream at Carvel in Muhlenberg Township. Owners Frank and Lisa Pilat invited the children behind the counter to have their pictures taken. Another family was returning home from a trip to New York when they stopped and bought an ice cream cake for the 16 adults and children in the group. It was closing time, but the Pilats provided plates and spoons. Frank sliced and served the cake. Lisa blew up balloons and took them outside to the children.
Watching house hunters tonight just makes me realize how much more being in the South I need to be They are visiting homes in Myrtle Beach South Carolina I may not necessarily want to move to South Carolina but I think I have worn out my welcome in New York as a New York native. Thinking thinking.
I'm always up to try new adventures; should I pick Chicago, New York, or South Carolina!?
Interesting reading indeed: The Week That Was by Managing Editor It seems the mainstream media has run out of stories to run about killer white cops and ‘horribly blonde’ rapists at elite universities who proved to be fictional so they have reached into the archives to reveal that George Stinney, a black teenager was executed in 1944 for the murder of two white girls in South Carolina. Circuit Judge Carmen Mullen has ruled, in the wisdom of hindsight that the conviction was an ‘injustice’ because the confession was unsound and cleared the deceased of any wrongdoing. This has been a huge windfall to the networks who have used the story to remind European-Americans that they are a nasty bunch and must continue to repent for the sins of their forefathers. While punting this story for all it’s worth an African-American Muslim ‘executed’ two ‘white police officers in New York in a revenge attack. Liberal politicians and their media-mouthpieces can take a bow. With the arrival of Jihadist terro ...
Thomas George Hunter | Visit Guest Book Hunter, Thomas George Thomas George Hunter passed away suddenly in December 6, 2014 at his home in Palm Coast, Florida. He was 52 years old. He was born on October 8, 1962 to parents Robert Hunter and Grace Ennis Hunter in Suffern, New York. His parents predeceased him. He is survived by three sisters and two brothers. Robin Hunter and her husband, Masoud, of Fork, South Carolina. Robert Hunter and his wife, Gloria, of Palm Beach, Florida. Pamela McKearnin of New City, New York. Grace Caiazzo and her husband, Jeffrey, of Andover, New Jersey. Paul Hunter and his wife, Deborah, of New Paltz, New York. He is also survived by nieces, nephews and one great niece, all of whom he loved very much. They are Rose, Brian, Rebecca, Rachel, Paul and Christina. He was loved by many surviving Aunts, an Uncle and many cousins. Thomas graduated from Clarkstown High School South (1980) and attended Rockland Community College. He furthered his education in Glasgow, Scotland. Thoma ...
Within Owens first year he will visit South Carolina and New York to see family how exciting 😍
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!
Today the church commemorates Justus Falckner, died 1723; Jehu Jones, died 1852; William Passavant, died 1894; pastors in North America. A native of Saxony, Falckner was the son of a Lutheran pastor and, seeing the stresses his father endured, did not plan on becoming a pastor himself, though he studied theology in Halle. Instead, he joined with his brother in the real estate business in Pennsylvania. Through his business he became acquainted with a Swedish pastor in America, and finally he decided to become ordained. He served congregations in New York and New Jersey. Not only was he the first Lutheran ordained in North America, but he published a catechism that was the first Lutheran book published on the continent. Jones was a native of Charleston, South Carolina. Ordained by the New York Ministerium in 1832, he became the Lutheran church's first African American pastor. Upon returning to South Carolina he was arrested under a law prohibiting free blacks from reentering the state, so he was unable to j ...
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
ATLANTA STAND UP,,,THIS IS THE NEW HOLLYWOOD, We got supporters driving from Detroit, New York and South Carolina to see Tangled And Twisted so if you if you are in Atlanta you need to be in the building
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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.
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John Gorrie was born on October 3, 1803 .he was was a physician, scientist, inventor, and humanitarian.Born on the Island of Nevis to Scottish parents on October 3, 1803, he spent his childhood in South Carolina. He received his medical education at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of New York in Fairfield, New York. In 1833, he moved to Apalachicola, Florida, a port city on the Gulf coast. As well as being resident physician at two hospitals, Gorrie was active in the community. At various times he served as a council member, Postmaster, President of the Bank of Pensacola's Apalachicola Branch, Secretary of the Masonic Lodge, and was one of the founding vestrymen of Trinity Episcopal Church.Dr. Gorrie's medical research involved the study of tropical diseases. At the time the theory that bad air caused diseases was a prevalent hypothesis and based on this theory, he urged draining the swamps and the cooling of sickrooms.For this he cooled rooms with ice in a basin suspended f ...
PM Narendra Modi charms 2 powerpuff girls in US NEW DELHI: Among Narendra Modi's numerous meetings in New York, two stood out for the quality of his interlocutors. Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu Congresswoman (from Hawaii), gifted the PM the copy of the Gita she used to take oath of office. His second meeting was with Nikki Haley, the feisty Republican governor from South Carolina, a child of Punjabi immigrants, whose political future is particularly bright. Gabbard became a practising Hindu from her mother who practises Chaitanya Vaishnavism propagated by ISKCON. Her father, a Christian, is believed to be a singer of kirtans. She is not only the first Hindu but also among the first combat veterans, having served two deployments in the Middle East. Gabbard is a passionate yoga practitioner, and, according to the MEA spokesperson has enthusiastically greeted Modi's suggestion that the world celebrate an international yoga day . Gabbard will probably make her first visit to India as a guest of the PM. "She ...
After college, im moving to New York like a year, then Georgia. Then North and South Carolina, Then Jersey, then back to California xD
INNOCENT PEOPLE WHO CAN'T AFFORD LAWYERS ARE DOOMED ***Photo 2: On June 10, 1944 George Junius Stinney died in the electric chair in South Carolina at the age of 14 after being convicted of killing two girls, but now attorneys claim they have new evidence of his innocence 3: Witness' sister helps free man convicted in 1979 killing - Kash Delano Register begins to cry as he realizes he will be a free man; with him are his lawyers, Lara Bazelon, left, Laurie Levenson, second from left, and Adam Grant, right, with the Loyola School of Law. Los Angeles Times articles.latimes.com Lawyer Christina Cagnina wanted to make the criminal justice system better when she started participating in a program in Onondaga County, New York, to represent those who cannot afford legal representation. But after 14 years, she felt she couldn’t anymore under her county’s system. Individuals might spend days in jail before defendants even made contact with her. Defendants who were low flight risk were sent to jail while they w ...
1700 - The Anglo population in the English colonies in America reaches 275,000, with Boston (pop. 7000) as the largest city, followed by New York (pop. 5000). 1700 - In June, Massachusetts passes a law ordering all Roman Catholic priests to leave the colony within three months, upon penalty of life imprisonment or execution. New York then passes a similar law. 1701 - In July, The French establish a settlement at Detroit. In October, Yale College is founded in Connecticut. 1702 - In March, Queen Anne ascends the English throne. In May, England declares war on France after the death of the King of Spain, Charles II, to stop the union of France and Spain. This War of the Spanish Succession is called Queen Anne's War in the colonies, where the English and American colonists will battle the French, their Native American allies, and the Spanish for the next eleven years. 1706 - January 17, Benjamin Franklin is born in Boston. In November, South Carolina establishes the Anglican Church as its official church. 17 ...
Ethan Lusted is the first deaf graduate from The Citadel: the Military College of South Carolina, and all military colleges in the United States. Military service has been his family’s tradition going back to the Revolutionary War and the French-Indian War. Ethan is the eldest son of a retired naval officer. His brother graduated from West Point: United States Military Academy as an army officer. Ethan is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and currently resides in the area of Albany, New York. Ethan applied twice for a wavier with the U.S. Army and once with the U.S. Marine Corps as a Military Intelligence officer but failed to meet their hearing qualifications despite the fact he graduated from The Citadel. He will join with Keith Nolan for their march to Washington D.C. rally the support for the bills for the military demonstration program for the deaf and hard of hearing.
New York bound with the hammer down bud bye South Carolina
New York, South Carolina, Los Angles, Coventry , England. All the same temperature right now. Lol
If you see your state. Buffalo NY. Detroit. Alabama. Atlanta. New York. Ohio. California. South Carolina. South Dakota. Chicago.
Brook Benton Brook Benton Promotional photo of Benton. Background information Birth name Benjamin Franklin Peay Born September 19, 1931 Lugoff, South Carolina, United States Died April 9, 1988 (aged 56) Queens, New York, United States Genres Pop, R&B, soul Occupations Singer, songwriter, actor Instruments Vocals Years active 1958–88 Labels Mercury, Cotillion, RCA Brook Benton, born Benjamin Franklin Peay, (September 19, 1931 – April 9, 1988) was an American singer and songwriter who was popular with rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and pop music audiences during the late 1950s and early 1960s, when he scored hits such as "It's Just A Matter Of Time" and "Endlessly", many of which he co-wrote. He made a comeback in 1970 with the ballad "Rainy Night in Georgia." Benton scored over 50 Billboard chart hits as an artist, and also wrote hits for other performers. Early life and careerEdit When Benton was young he enjoyed gospel music, wrote songs, and sang in a Methodist church choir in nearby Camden, where ...
Teams assembling all over Southern California, New Jersey, Illinois, New York, South Carolina, Michigan and...
I'm just trying to run around New York and look fabulous and eat hella food with but no...I'm in South Carolina.
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION Full Text To all to whom these Presents shall come, we the undersigned Delegates of the States affixed to our Names send greeting. Articles of Confederation and perpetual Union between the states of New Hampshire, Massachusetts-bay Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. I. The Stile of this Confederacy shall be "The United States of America". II. Each state retains its sovereignty, freedom, and independence, and every power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not by this Confederation expressly delegated to the United States, in Congress assembled. III. The said States hereby severally enter into a firm league of friendship with each other, for their common defense, the security of their liberties, and their mutual and general welfare, binding themselves to assist each other, against all force offered to, or attacks made upon them, or any of them, on account ...
I have seen these numbers before. On average, welfare recipients are on 7-8 different welfare programs to receive these amounts. Unbelievable. THIS IS CRAZY! CONGRESS CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHERE TO CUT SPENDING The Cato Institute released an updated 2013 study (original study in 1955) showing that welfare benefits pay more than a minimum wage job in 33 states and the District of Columbia. Even worse, welfare pays more than $15 per hour in 13 states. According to the study, welfare benefits have increased faster than minimum wage. It’s now more profitable to sit at home than it is to earn an honest day’s pay. Hawaii is the biggest offender, where welfare recipients earn $29.13 per hour, or a $60,590 yearly salary, all for doing nothing. Here is the list of the states where the pre-tax equivalent “salary” that welfare recipients receive is higher than having a job: 1. Hawaii: $60,590 2. District of Columbia: $50,820 3. Massachusetts: $50,540 4. Connecticut: $44,370 5. New York: $43,700 6. New Jersey: $ . ...
Hey Everyone .. My name is Whitney Sumpter I am a rising senior at the University of South Carolina . My passion for the youth is what keeps me going . I am an Early Childhood Education major. This summer I have been fortunate enough to volunteer at an amazing summer camp in Warwick, New York e...
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! ✝♥
Jul 2, 1776: Congress votes for independence Minuteman Militia On this day in 1776, the Second Continental Congress, assembled in Philadelphia, formally adopts Richard Henry Lee's resolution for independence from Great Britain. The vote is unanimous, with only New York abstaining. The resolution had originally been presented to Congress on June 7, but it soon became clear that New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and South Carolina were as yet unwilling to declare independence, though they would likely be ready to vote in favor of a break with England in due course. Thus, Congress agreed to delay the vote on Lees Resolution until July 1. In the intervening period, Congress appointed a committee to draft a formal declaration of independence. Its members were John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania, Roger Sherman of Connecticut, Robert R. Livingston of New York and Thomas Jefferson of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson, well-known to be the best writer of the group, was sele ...
it might be dub for tonight we caught a flat on the road from New York but we in South Carolina now but we still might come
Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 24, 2014 is a big primary day. Primaries will be held in Colorado, Maryland, Mississippi (primary runoff), Oklahoma, New York, South Carolina (runoff), Utah and Florida will have a Special Election House CD 19. Make your voice heard!
The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles says a boy who dresses as a girl may not have his driver's license photo retaken wearing makeup. A New York group known as the Transgender Legal Defense Education Fund wrote the DMV last week requesting that 16-year-old Chase Culpepper be allowed to ha…
On a Road Trip to New York rn & I found a Bhagavad Gita next to the bible at a hotel in South Carolina...
Today is Monday, June 16, the 167th day of 2014. There are 198 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On June 16, 1944, George Stinney, a 14-year-old black youth, became the youngest person to die in the electric chair as the state of South Carolina executed him for the murders of two white girls, Betty June Binnicker, 11, and Mary Emma Thames, 7. (George Stinney's family, who maintains his innocence, is seeking to overturn his conviction.) On this date: In 1567, Mary, Queen of Scots, was imprisoned in Lochleven Castle in Scotland. (She escaped almost a year later but ended up imprisoned again.) In 1858, accepting the Illinois Republican Party's nomination for the U.S. Senate, Abraham Lincoln said the slavery issue had to be resolved, declaring, "A house divided against itself cannot stand." In 1883, baseball's first "Ladies' Day" took place as the New York Gothams offered women free admission to a game against the Cleveland Spiders. (New York won, 5-2.) In 1903, Ford Motor Co. was incorpora ...
Porgy and Bess is an opera, first performed in 1935, with music by George Gershwin, libretto by DuBose Heyward, and lyrics by DuBose Heyward and Ira Gershwin. It was based on DuBose Heyward's novel Porgy and subsequent play of the same title, which he co-wrote with his wife Dorothy Heyward. All three works deal with African-American life in the fictitious Catfish Row (based on the area of Cabbage Row) in Charleston, South Carolina, in the early 1920s. Originally conceived by George Gershwin as an "American folk opera", Porgy and Bess premiered in New York in the fall of 1935 and featured an entire cast of classically trained African-American singers—a daring artistic choice at the time. Gershwin chose the African-American musician Eva Jessye as the choral director for the opera. Gershwin explained why he called Porgy and Bess a folk opera in a 1935 New York Times article: "Porgy and Bess is a folk tale. Its people naturally would sing folk music. When I first began work in the music I decided against th ...
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Hey Family, Wanted to send a big shot out to a couple of folks that are trying to do big things in the community. First, is William Phillips. Here is a guy who wanted to create a T-shirt brand that embodied what we are trying to do here and in a short period of time, you can find that SDB shirt from here to Austin, to New York, South Carolina and more. Also Rich Claus who started Wild Organics (please like their page). He wanted to create products that benefitted the hard working crossfitter and if you haven't tried his Beast Balm and Beast Soak then you are missing out. Lets show these guys some support as they try to put South Dallas on the map. Great job guys!
I am so proud of my son!!! He has accepted a great position as the Product Manager at an amazing company. A huge step for his wonderful prosperous future. How smart and lucky is this company, and the state of South Carolina to welcome him! How stupid is New York State for losing him? I am a very happy, yet very sad MOM. He is moving tomorrow and I will miss my guy terribly!
MAN WHAT A TRIP - The Marching Cobras had a excellent weekend and we made it lol. Lets recap ! Thursdsy we departed from Dobbs Ferry NY and travel 9 hours to West Virginia in the crazy rain. We checked in are college dorms and went to a cool pool party with other band members from Jamaica and Mexico. Friday we did a parade and a cool late night show on main street. Saturday we did and Parade and met bands from, Canada, South Carolina, and much more. Saturday evening we closed out the festival with a stage performance. We departed from West Virginia at 7:00pm and travel in the night with are cool coach bus driver Daryl he got us into New York by 4:00am sharp. The band then took a small nap and prepared for are 8:30am show in Yonkers SPRAIN BROOK PARK Walk-A-Thon which was awesome. Then lastly although we were tired and sleepy we finshed are day in Connecticut at the freddie fixer parade at 1:30pm we met Imperial Thunder , Vincent Smith, and also met the director of the famous Blue Steel Drumline, we als .. ...
1954-05-20 *David Paterson was born on this date in 1954. He is an African American politician. David Alexander Paterson was born in Brooklyn, NY to Portia and Basil Paterson. His father was a New York State senator and secretary of state, and deputy mayor of New York City. Paterson traces his mother’s roots of the family to the American colonial era in the states of North Carolina and South Carolina. His father is half Jamaican. His paternal grandmother, Evangeline Rondon Paterson was secretary to Black Nationalist leader Marcus Garvey. His paternal grandfather was Leonard James Paterson a native of St. George's, Grenada who arrived in the United States aboard the S.S. Vestris on May 16, 1917. His father's side consists of white ancestors from England, Ireland, and Scotland, while his mother's side includes eastern European Jewish ancestry as well as the Guinea-Bissau region of West Africa. At the age of three months, Paterson contracted an ear infection which spread to his optic nerve, leaving him wit ...
We'll, my baby boy and daughter in law are leaving New York tomorrow, hopefully for good, and headed back to God's country which happens to be South Carolina!! He'll be stationed at Ft. Bragg NC which is only 240 miles vs 901 miles from Sans Souci! Hoorah! Some R&R before he reports there in June! The boat is ready!!
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!!
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 ...
Friday, May 9th in Black History: 1) Caesar, a South Carolina slave was granted freedom & a life time annuity in exchange for his cures for poison & rattlesnake bite, 1750 2) John Brown, abolitionist & martyr of the Harper's Ferry Insurrection, born, 1800 3) Slaves in Georgia, Florida & South Carolina are freed, 1862 4) Sojourner Truth delivers a speech to the First Annual Meeting o the American Equal Rights Association, championing for the rights of all people, 1867 5) A.J. Burr patents the lawn mower, 1899 6) Canada Lee, who was a jockey and amateur boxer before turning to acting, & achieved wide acclaim for his portrayal of Bigger Thomas in the 1941 Broadway play "Native Son" dies in New York, 1953 7) Two Blacks, Rep. John Conyers of Michigan & Rep. Barbara Jordan of Texas were 2 members of the House Judiciary Committee as it opened hearings to decide whether to recommend the impeachment of President Nixon in the Watergate controversy, 1974 8) Mabel Murphy Smythe confirmed as ambassador to the republic ...
Photos from the National Football League’s 2014 draft selection at Radio City Music Hall in New York, New York. Jadeveon Clowney of South Carolina was picked overall by the Houston Texans.
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.)
The 79th NFL Draft begins at 8 p.m. at New York's Radio City Music Hall. South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is expected to be taken number one overall in the draft by the Houston Texans.
The eagles have landed! We are now in sunny 90 degree South Carolina :) Suck it New York, we've been chilly long enough.
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.
Youth/Teen Acting for TV & Film Workshop With Monica Wyche Trustus Theatre This Saturday, May 10 10am-1pm $49 Have you ever seen someone your age in a TV show or film and thought, "How'd they get to do that? I want to do that!" With the right skills and knowledge of the business, you might just see yourself on the screen, too! In this three hour class, you'll learn how the TV casting process works, what casting directors are looking for in their young talent, and what tools you'll need to get your foot in the door. We will work on camera, performing scenes from independent films, and your video clips will be emailed to you after class. All levels of experience are welcome in this fun, fear-free class. To register, visit BIO Monica Wyche is a New York actor, a Columbia native and received her MFA in Acting from the University of South Carolina. NYC credits: Future Anxiety, Flea Theatre), Frosty (TerraNOVA), Swimming with Tennessee (Primary Stages), Dog(run) Diaries (Prospect Theatre), Whales and Souls, H. ...
The Beyond Black History Month Person of the day is Sylvia Woods (February 2, 1926 – July 19, 2012) was an American restaurateur who co-founded the landmark restaurant Sylvia's in Harlem on Lenox Avenue, New York City with her husband, Herbert Woods, in 1962. The soul food eatery is a popular gathering place for Harlem residents and tourists not far from the Apollo Theater. Sylvia was born to Julia and Van Pressley in Hemingway, South Carolina. Her father, Van Pressley, died when she was just three days old from complications of injuries he received during combat in World War I. By April 10, 1930, she had lived in Williamsburg County, South Carolina, with her grandmother Sylvia Johnson, the woman she was named after. Johnson had worked as a farmer, a trade that Pressley would get into when she got a little older. Research of Sylvia's ancestry is being conducted by Yonkers, New York resident Dennis Richmond Jr. In 1930, Sylvia's mother took the rest of her family to New York when so she could better prov ...
South Carolina defensive end and potential No. 1 pick in Thursday's NFL Draft Jadeveon Clowney is off to New York today and he has big...
Police say a South Carolina man sleeping on a subway train in New York City's Times Square has been arrested after a passenger noticed him holding...
Recently elected Mayor Bill De Blasio of New York City being interviewed by Charlie Rose. He is the first Democrat to hold the office in 20 years, winning with 73% of the vote. He is unabashedly Liberal and considers reducing the inequality gap his priority. He is very articulate, extremely self assured and believes government has a much needed role to play. He claims New York has 8.4 million citizens which means he has a larger constituency than the Governor of many states, including South Carolina. Everyone talks about Governors being excellent Presidential candidates because of their hands on experience administrating. That being true, then after demonstrating leadership in the "Big Apple" he should be seen as a serious Presidential candidate going forward by Progressives.
Come celebrate with South Carolina's arts community as we recognize the recipients of the 2014 South Carolina Arts Awards. Enjoy fine food, cocktails, entertainment and some of the best offerings from South Carolina artists in the art auction and sale, all in an elegant gallery-style setting. It's like a New York art opening! Tickets are $75. Proceeds benefit grant programs and assistance to arts programs and artists statewide. South Carolina Arts Foundation
NEED TRUE READERS TO Tell Me WHAT YOU THINK. Chapter 1 Keyshia’s Beginnings “Keyshia, get your lazy black *** up and start making breakfast for the boys before I come in there and get you up myself,” yelled Keyshia’s aunt Ninny. It was five-thirty in the morning, and sixteen-year-old Keyshia barely moved off the couch where she slept. She knew from years of experience that her aunt’s warning was only an idle threat—for now—and that she had at least twenty-five more minutes before her aunt would come into the living room to make good on her promise; so she stayed just where she was. Keyshia had lived with her aunt Ninny for almost five years and was more than used to all her aunt’s threats, intimidation, swearing, and plain old evilness. Ever since Keyshia had come up to New York from Charleston, South Carolina, at the age of twelve, Aunt Ninny had seemed to despise her. Keyshia was exceptionally skinny and dark skinned, with the kind of short, close-cropped hair that black folks were taugh ...
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By the Fall, I wanna have my music spread out to Milwaukee , North Carolina , South Carolina and New York.
University of South Carolina footballers wanted for questioning in New York club beatdown.
Slavery Time-line from 1706-1732 1706 Connecticut requires that Indians, mulattos, and black servants gain permission from their masters to engage in trade. 1708 The Southern colonies require militia captains to enlist and train one slave for every white soldier. 1708 Rhode Island requires that slaves be accompanied by their masters when visiting the homes of free persons. 1708 Blacks outnumber whites in South Carolina. 1710 New York forbids blacks, Indians, and mulattos from walking at night without lighted lanterns. 1711 Pennsylvania prohibits the importation of blacks and Indians. 1711 Rhode Island prohibits the clandestine importation of black and Indian slaves. 1712 Pennsylvania prohibits the importation of slaves. 1712 Slave Revolt: New York Slaves in New York City kill whites during an uprising, later squelched by the militia. Nineteen rebels are executed. 1712 New York declares it illegal for blacks, Indians, and slaves to murder other blacks, Indians, and slaves. 1712 New York forbids freed black ...
Lee Thompson Young (February 1, 1984 – August 19, 2013) Young was born in Columbia, South Carolina,[1] the son of Velma (née Love) and Tommy Scott Young. He was in the second grade when his parents' marriage ended, and he went to live with his mother. At age ten, he portrayed Martin Luther King in a play called A Night of Stars and Dreams by Dwight Woods, and the Phillis Wheatley Repertory Theater of Greenville, South Carolina. It was then that Lee decided he wanted to become an actor. After doing community theater for a while, he traveled to New York during the Spring Break of 1996 and secured an agent. Young graduated with Honors from the University of Southern California, where he majored in Cinematic Arts and was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Young enjoyed writing and wrote the screenplay for the 2007 short film Mano On August 19, 2013, Young failed to show up for filming an episode of Rizzoli & Isles. Police were called to do a well-being check on him at his Los Angeles apartment, w ...
Courtney Rowland and I need real estate Agents/Realtors in the one or all of following States or with National access to these states. Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Washington (DC area), Maryland, Virginia, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California & Utah ASAP inbox us please
13 people shot in Jamaican capital Kingston, 2 killed: Police Kingston: Unidentified gunmen in Jamaica have shot 13 people, killing a 12-year-old boy and an adult. Police say the gunmen opened fire yesterday in the Denham Town neighbourhood just west of the capital of Kingston. Police say most of those shot are women. Authorities blame the shooting on gang members fighting to control territory once run by Christopher Coke. The former gang leader was sentenced in a New York court in 2012 to 23 years for drug trafficking and is now in a South Carolina prison. Police say 11 people are recovering from their injuries at a hospital. No one has been arrested
Ok friends! I have a question! What do these states have in common? Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, MAssachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia & West Virginia. (hint! it has to do with my new company "Makeup Eraser"!)
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Firsts by African Americans The first African-American Local elected official: John Mercer Langston, 1855, town clerk of Brownhelm State elected official: Alexander Lucius Twilight, 1836, the Vermont Mayor of major city: Carl Stokes, Cleveland, Ohio, 1967–1971. The first black woman to serve as a mayor of a major U.S. city was Sharon Pratt Dixon Governor (appointed): P.B.S. Pinchback served as governor of Louisiana from Dec. 9, 1872–Jan. 13, 1873, during impeachment proceedings against Governor (elected): L. Douglas Wilder, Virginia, 1990–1994. The only other elected black governor has been Deval Patrick, Massachusetts, 2007–U.S. Representative: Joseph Rainey became a Congressman from South Carolina in 1870 and was reelected four more times. The first black female U.S. Representative was Shirley Chisholm, Congresswoman from New York, U.S. Senator: Hiram Revels became Senator from Mississippi from Feb. 25, 1870, to March 4, 1871, during Reconstruction. Edward Brooke became the first African-America ...
Tupelo,Houston,New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey, St Louis..All this month .. ABG and VTK gone get me fired
Conservatives should move en masse out of New York to states like South Carolina, North Dakota etc.
So there has been a little change in plans. For the rest of our Spring Break, Teya and I will be in South Carolina in Myrtle Beach!! We are leaving New York in the morning around 10!
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!!
Phoenix Entertainment Records, LLC and Priceless Productions are so excited about bringing you yet another event, that is packed full of excellent talent from all over. We got artists coming not only from Phenix City and Columbus, but from New York, Texas, South Carolina, Lagrange, Atlanta, and Opelika. Just take a look at all the talent we got coming! Some of the performers are actually doing a show set together and putting together one heck of a show for this event! We have performances by Problem Solva, B3, Dior, Bilbo & Juice, Smokey Bear & Swisha Jay, Kush Pack, Duce Revolver, K1, & Otis, Kellie J. & Trap Kounty Muzik, King Kasino, Yung Turnt, Shaflo, Kashif, Lil 40, Dirdieberg, Lil Courtney, GPS, 365sk, Sam Gunn, Flight Risk Clevo, and Cno Green!
STEREOTYPES DO NOT Limit or Define Black Women Jacqueline Woodson Award Winning Author Born on February 12th in Columbus, Ohio, Jacqueline Woodson grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, and Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from college with a B.A. in English. “She now writes full-time and has recently received the Margaret A. Edwards Award for lifetime achievement in writing for young adults. “Her other awards include a Newbery Honor, a Coretta Scott King award, 2 National Book Award finalists, and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. Although she spends most of her time writing, Woodson also enjoys reading the works of emerging writers and encouraging young people to write, spending time with her friends and her family, and sewing.”
ILLIGAL TO BE HOMLESS: FEMA Camps: City to Exile the Homeless; It’s not a Conspiracy Theory Anymore It begins with the homeless. Then another group, then another... Until, well just remember Germany. It isn't pretty! Brandon Walker Prison Planet.com November 5, 2013 Under the radar from the prying eyes of the public, South Carolina made it legal to get rid of their homeless problem. The people were given a choice, FEMA Camps or jail. The irony of it all was this happened right at the 50th Anniversary of Civil Liberties in August. The bad part is different cities from Boston to New York are shipping off their homeless, and no one cares. Is this coming to a town near you? In August the city of Colombia, South Carolina, had a problem. A festival honoring the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement was coming to town. They couldn’t be seen with all the homeless when guests arrived from all parts of the United States. So the city council held a vote and made homelessness a crime. The Columbia City C ...
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
Pyramids of the new Canadian Shock hit the White House after the announcement of 29 states desire to secede from the United States , the resolution , which hit the U.S. administration a large lake , came after the secession of Crimea from Ukraine and Russia's announcement formally annexed to the country. Russian newspaper Pravda Alcolmsomolckaya which reported the story , noted that more than 300 thousand U.S. citizen interested in and excited about his independence . According to the newspaper asked President Barack Obama to be given the right to secede peacefully States of the United States , and that is hold referendums on secession . U.S. states , which calls for the establishment of separate governments and independent entity are: Florida , Alabama , Indiana , New Jersey, and North and South Carolina , Montana, Oregon , Missouri , Colorado , Mississippi, Michigan , Kentucky , Tennessee , North Dakota, Georgia , Arkansas, New York , Alaska , California , Nevada, Arizona , Delaware , Wyoming , Ohio , O ...
Today in OUR Story - March 18 * "1895 - 200 African Americans leave Savannah, Georgia for Liberia. 1901 - William Henry Johnson is born. The Florence, South Carolina native will leave his home for New York and Europe, where he will develop a deliberate and controversial primitive painting style. Among his more famous works will be "Chain Gang," "Calvary," and "Descent from the Cross." 1939 - Charley Pride is born in Sledge, Mississippi. Intent on a career in baseball, he will begin his country music career in 1960, singing between innings at a company-sponsored baseball game where he is a player. A recording contract will follow in 1964 and a debut with the "Grand Ole Opry" in 1967. Pride will become the first African American to become a successful country music star. His awards will include a 1972 Grammy. 1941 - Wilson Pickett is born in Prattville, Alabama. He will become Rhythm & Blues singer and will begin his career as the lead tenor with The Falcons ("I Found a Love" - 1962). He will become a ...
Happy Birthday (1901) to William Henry Johnson - an African-American painter born in Florence, South Carolina. He became a student at the National Academy of Design in New York. His style evolved from realism to expressionism to a powerful folk style (for which he is best known). In 2012, the U.S. Postal Service issued a stamp in Johnson's honor, recognizing him as one of the nation’s foremost African-American artists and a major figure in 20th-century American art. The stamp, the 11th in the American Treasures series, showcases his painting Flowers (1939-1940), which depicts brightly colored blooms on a small red table.
I moved to Baltimore in August , was already accepted into school, got a job by the end if September. My own place. Meet celebrity hairstylist, makeup artist, photographers even did platform work. I've been to the inauguration of the first black president. Competed on a state level for HOSA (health students of america). Started a company that is doing exceptionally well, after having a failed business. Traveled to Virginia, Atlanta , South Carolina , New York. Completed high school , half way through college with no babies and I did this all before 20! I'm *** excited to see what the next 20 years bring!
A North Charleston man marries his partner in New York and then changes his name on his South Carolina license...until the DMV realized their mistake. Wait until you hear the punishment they said he could face if he didn't give it back- tonight on Live 5 News at 11. — with Brandon Velez.
There are *** then theres my ex in South Carolina. There are dummies, then theres my ex in Downingtown. Dumbasses? I got an ex for that in New York. t(T-Tt)
Lowcountry author Dorothea Benton Frank's novel "The Christmas Pearl" will be made into a major motion picture that will be filmed in South Carolina and New York. The star of the film? Whoopi Goldberg:
Nina Mae McKinney (1912–1967) Born: Nannie Mayme McKinney June 12, 1912 in Lancaster, South Carolina, USA Died: May 3, 1967 (age 54) in New York City, New York, USA Nina Mae McKinney is known as the seductress "Chick" from Hallelujah (1929), the first all-black, all-sound musical. Unfortunately, little is known about her life; even though she was a great actress, singer and dancer, today she is mostly forgotten. She certainly had the looks, body and talent to succeed, but as she and other black women of her time learned, there wasn't much work for a black woman except as a maid, "mammy" or some other kind of domestic. Hollywood was scared to take a chance on an attractive black woman, to make her into a glamorous sex symbol as they would with an attractive white actress. There would be no true glamorous black female sex symbol until Lena Horne's arrival in 1942, and Nina learned, as did other black actresses, there was little success to be had after your initial one. In 1913 the town of Lancaster, South ...
"Almost done" in New York is about 10 minutes, but in South Carolina it's an hour. Why am i surprised at all?
In 1949, when he was 19, Johns dropped out of the University of South Carolina to move to New York, where he tried studying commercial art at Parsons School of Design. “When I came to New York, I was not adventurous. I had a kind of formless existence of always wanting to be an artist, but I had not much training,” he says. “I had no contact with people who were artists. That’s why meeting Bob Rauschenberg and John Cage and Merce Cunningham was so important to me. In my past I had no artists.” He and Rauschenberg became exceptionally close, taking studios in the same building, making money by designing window displays together for Tiffany’s, and pushing one another artistically. They are frequently described as lovers. As recently as 2013, some critics scorned them – and MoMA, on the occasion of its show, “Johns and Rauschenberg” – for not being blunt about the nature of their relationship. When I asked him several years ago if he and Rauschenberg had been romantically involved, he ret ...
Gm Fb Fam & Friends.took a break from fb yesterday to reflect on somethings.Seven years ago I moved from New York to South Carolina.that was the year of 2007.In that same year my knee baby Diamonique Moore graduated from 5th grade to go to junior high school.my oldest daughter Star Steadman graduated from high school to start her college journey at Howard University.but before those two graduations.I gave birth to my baby girl Skyy Elizabeth Bennett on February 17th, 2007 those wonderful seven years ago.so I just want to thank God for letting me and her see seven years together as of yesterday.It was a wonder and a joy to have celebrate my angels day of birth yesterday.Happy Birthday SKYY!
February 17, Monday- On this day in history: In 1621, Myles Standish was appointed as first commander of Plymouth Colony: In 1904, Madam Butterfly ( an opera by Giacomo Puccini ) had its premiere at La Scala in Milan, Italy: In 1933, The Blaine Act ( sponsored by Wisconsin Senator John J. Blaine ) ended prohibition in the United States: In 1938, Buck Trent, country music instrumentalist, was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina: In 1944, World War II- Operation Hailstone began. United States naval air ,surface , and submarine attack against Truk Lagoon, Japan's main base in the central Pacific, supported the Eniwetok invasion: In 1959, Project Vanguard: Vanguard 2- the first weather satellite was launched to measure cloud-cover distribution: In 1963, Daniel Lawrence Whitney ( Larry the Cable Guy), Comedian, was born in Pawnee City, Nebraska: In 1963, Michael Jordan, basketball player, was born in Brooklyn, New York and moved to Wilmington North Carolina at an early age: In 1965, Project Ranger: The Ranger ...
Black History Spotlight Ernest Everett Just ( August 14,1883- October 27, 1941 Ernest Just was interested in science as a child. Just like most Black children in the south, he was not able to attend the best schools. Still, his mother wanted him to have the best education. He heard about an outstanding high school, Kimball Academy in Meridien New Hampshire, miles from his home in South Carolina. His mother wrote a letter to the school applying for a scholarship. He wanted to attend so badly that he sailed to New York, paying his fare by working on the ship. When Ernest arrived at Kimball Academy, he found out he had won the scholarship. He graduated three years later at the top of his class. He received a scholarship to Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Here, he studied biology intensely, and was excited to learn about sea animals. He graduated with honors in 1907. Afterwards, he looked for a job as a research biologist, but was not offered one because he was black. He began teaching at Howard Universit ...
Black History in Motion Picture…NINA MAE McKINNEY 1913 - 1967 Nina Mae McKinney, the "Black Garbo," was the first recognized Black female motion picture star. Nannie Mae McKinney was born in 1913 in Lancaster, South Carolina. Her family moved to New York and, when she was seventeen, she appeared on Broadway in the Lew Leslie musical review, Blackbirds of 1928. King Vidor, a motion picture producer, saw a performance and offered her the principle role of "Chick" in his motion picture, Hallelujah. Thus, she emerged as the first recognized Black actress of the silver screen. The energetic leading lady was an overnight sensation. As the tempting vamp, a role purportedly written for Blackbirds' star, Ethel Waters, she became the motion picture industry's first Black love goddess. Nina Mae received rave reviews for her performances. She became the epitome of the exotic sex object. Her creation was that of both woman and girl, struggling between impulse and self-discipline with an uncontrolled raunchiness. Met ...
Yes Georgia had an Earthquake today. You can thank South Carolina. There is a fault in South Carolina, Memphis, New York, Missouri and other places like Seattle. They can happen anywhere, just more so in California and you are probably a little safer in California or Seattle since they are more prepared for them.
I have almost given up the ship as lost, I have gone so far as to declare that if Martin Van Buren is elected that I will leave the United States for I never will live under his Kingdom. Before I will submit to his government I will go to the Wilds of Texas. I will consider that government a Paradise to what this government will before I never will...submit to his government. In fact at this time our Republican Government has dwindled almost into insignificance, our boasted land of liberty have almost bowed to the yoke of Bondage our happy days of Republican principles are near at an end when a few is to transfer the many. This is Van Buren principles. There is more slaves in New York and Pennsylvania than there is in Virginia and South Carolina and they are the meanest kind of slaves; they are volunteer slaves. ~Davy Crocket 1834
The Postal Service is now in recovery phase, following the nor’easter that brought heavy snow and mixed precipitation throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. While service has significantly improved, the Postal Service delivery and retail services in Georgia, South Carolina, and the Pennsylvania area remain impacted. Retail service has resumed in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. areas. With the expectation of additional snowfall in the Northeast area, further delays are expected in Pennsylvania, New York, and the New England areas. We will make every attempt to provide service where it is safe to do so. Please check back for updates.
The 26th Regiment United States Colored Troops, also called the 26th Regiment New York Infantry (Colored) was an African American combat unit, one of three colored troop units from the state of New York, that fought in the American Civil War. The unit was organized on Riker's Island in February 1864 by the Union League Club of New York. The commanding officer was Col. William Silliman. After a short deployment at Annapolis, MD, the regiment was sent to the Department of the South and participated in battles at Johns Island, Honey Hill, and Tulifinny, South Carolina. Lt. Col. William B. Guernsey succeeded Col. Silliman on June 18, 1865, and the 26th Regiment was mustered out under his command in South Carolina on August 28, 1865. Notable members include: David Carll, who has a hill in Oyster Bay, NY, named after him; Noah Elliott, the unit's hospital steward, who went on to become the first African American physician in Athens, Ohio; and Benjamin F. Randolph, who as Chaplain was the unit's sole African Ame ...
I have friends and family spread out all over Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, North/South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Kentucky, Illinois, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.and I'm so sorry that you all have been plagued with this disgusting weather.Um praying for you all and hopefully the storms have passed.Love you all
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 - -
Happy Birthday, Josh White! Here’s a man who never disappeared and constantly changed with times for his entire life! He would be 100, today! Celebrating the life and music of Bluesman Josh White, born February 11, 1914 ~ Josh White (born Joshua Daniel White in Greenville, South Carolina, 11 February 1914 or 1915; died Manhasset, New York, 5 September 1969) was an American folk, blues, and gospel singer and guitarist. White was amongst the first blues performers to attract a large white and middle-class African American following, transcending the typical barriers at the time associating blues with a rural and working-class African American audience, and performed in prestigious night clubs and theatres during the 1930s and 1940s. His best known song at the time was probably “Jelly, Jelly”, He recorded in a wide variety of contexts, from recordings in which he was accompanied only by his own guitar playing to others in which he was backed by jazz groups and gospel vocal groups. He was prominently .. ...
Yannis Pantazis’ life journey has taken him from his home in Northern Greece through centuries-old music made by the tsabouna, a Greek bagpipe made of goatskin and now to Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Born in the city of Grevena into a family of musicians, Pantazis first heard the sound of the tsabouna on a national television broadcast. For nearly a decade he has devoted his time to studying and performing the folk music and distinctive melodies and rhythms of the Aegean produced by this instrument. See him playing distinctive instrument here. Currently Pantazis and his wife, Argy Kakissis, are touring the United States visiting people who have traveled to Greece and learned of their work. The couple arrived in the United States in late December and visited Argy's family in Toledo, Ohio, then set off on an odyssey to New York, Pittsburgh, Boston, Beaufort, South Carolina, Athens, Georgia, Birmingham, Ala., and the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, Miss. in New Orleans and next week, here in Baton Ro ...
 Valdosta, GA - The Medical Staff of South Georgia Medical Center welcomes Jason R. Mallin, MD as a hospital-based neurologist.  Dr. Mallin comes to Valdosta from New York where he worked as a neurologist at New York Neurological Associates. In Valdosta, Dr. Mallin joins SGMC’s thriving Stroke Program that functions under the leadership of Neurohospitalist Brian Dawson, MD. “I am very impressed by the successes here,” Dr. Mallin explained. “Dr. Dawson and his team introduced standardization of stroke care and many people are benefiting from their work. I am proud to come into an established program where people care so much.” The subspecialty of neurology is a second medical career for Dr. Mallin. He spent several years as an Internal Medicine Hospitalist working in South Carolina and Maine before he went into neurology. He says Internal Medicine gave him a different perspective on stroke care because great differences have taken place between then and now.  Dr. Mallin’s preference for the ...
Comedian, actor Chris Rock was born on this day in 1965 in Andrews, South Carolina. Rock is the eldest son of Julius Rock, a truck driver, and Rose Rock, a teacher. When Rock was a toddler his family relocated to Brooklyn, New York. He spent the remainder of his childhood in Brooklyn's notoriously tough Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. He attended a nearly all-white public school and, as a result, was subjected to discrimination at an early age. Rock's early bouts with racism greatly influenced his comedic material. At age 18, Rock was discovered by Eddie Murphy at New York's Comedy Strip. A small role in Murphy's Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) was Rock's film debut. Rock also starred in Keenan Ivory Wayans' I'm Gonna Get You Sucka (1988). In 1990, Rock followed the footsteps of his idol, Eddie Murphy, by joining the cast of Saturday Night Live. A year later, he released his first comedy album, Born Suspect (1991). He also undertook the more dramatic role of playing Pookie, a drug addicted informant, in Mari ...
Los Angeles street artist Shepard Fairey and New York art titan Jasper Johns come from different sides of the country and the contemporary art world, but they are similar in at least one respect: They both hail from South Carolina.
It's Winter in the North & South! A snowman is not something you see everyday in South Carolina!! The photo on the right was taken this morning in New York. With more snow predicted, more photos to follow...
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 ...
February 4, 1783…Great Britain declared a formal cessation of all hostilities with its former colonies, which had become the United States of America. February 4, 1789…George Washington was elected unanimously to be the first president of the United States. February 4, 1957…Smith-Corona Manufacturing Inc. of New York began selling portable electric typewriters. February 4, 1968…In a secret memo to U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell, Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina recommended that John Lennon be deported because of his antiwar statements. February 4, 1974…In Berkeley, California, the Symbionese Liberation Army kidnapped heiress Patricia Hearst. February 4, 1985…U.S. President Ronald Reagan's latest defense budget called for a "Star Wars" research program expenditure that was three times the previous amount.
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 ...
Subject: How to Destroy a Civilization These 11 States now have More People on Welfare than they do Employed! California, New Mexico, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Maine, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, and a real shocker to me-Hawaii Last month, the Senate Budget Committee reports that in Fiscal Year 2012, between food stamps, housing support, child care, Medicaid and other benefits, the average U.S. Household below the poverty line received $168.00 a day in government support. What's the problem with that much support? Well, the median household income in America is just over $50,000,which averages out to $137.13 a day. To put it another way, being on welfare now pays the equivalent of $30.00 an hour for a 40-hour week, while the average job pays $20.00 an hour. Pass this on because we'll NEVER see these facts in the main stream media
* Today in Black History - January 29 * 1837 - Aleksandr Sereyevich Pushkin, a Russian of African ancestry who is considered the "Shakespeare of Russian Literature," joins the ancestors after being killed in a duel. Technically one-eighth African or an octoroon, Pushkin was by all accounts Negroid in his appearance. His verse novel "Eugene Onegin" and other works are considered classics of Russian Literature and inspiration for later great Russian writers such as Gogol, Dostoyevski, and Tolstoy. 1850 - Henry Clay introduced in the Senate a compromise bill on slavery which included the admission of California into the Union as a free state. 1872 - Francis L. Cardoza is elected State Treasurer of South Carolina. 1908 - Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, founded at Cornell University in 1906, is incorporated in the state of New York. 1913 - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, founded at Howard University in 1908, is incorporated in Washington, DC. 1913 - African Americans celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Emancipat ...
Good morning world looking off my patio seeing trees covered with ice, South Carolina is at standstill right now. schools closed government offices closed... I didn't sign up for this I moved from New York because of this. hey bring back the good weather South Carolina is used to! Oh laugh out loud that's coming on Friday 70 degrees Smh
Tyquez must think he back in New York he having fun in the snow enjoy baby cuz it wont be here long this is South Carolina... Lol
To all of my family and friends in GA, South Carolina, New Jeresy, and New York, I am praying for you guys safety. Thanking God for the arms of protection that he has wrapped around us to be strengthen around you. I love you guys!
Snow in South Carolina!!! 6 degrees Fahrenheit. Reminiscing my winter days from living in New York, New York Hartford, Connecticut, Newark, New Jersey and Rhode Island
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
During the entire period between the early part of the sixteenth century to 1787, thousands of Huguenots left their homes in France for other countries because of recurring waves of persecution. As Esther Forbes, wrote in Paul Revere and the World He Lived In (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1942): "France had opened her own veins and spilt her best blood when she drained herself of her Huguenots, and everywhere, in every country that would receive them, this amazing strain acted as a yeast." Huguenot settlers immigrated to the American colonies directly from France and indirectly from the Protestant countries of Europe, including the Netherlands, England, Germany, and Switzerland. Although the Huguenots settled along almost the entire eastern coast of North America, they showed a preference for what are now the states of Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and South Carolina. Just as France suffered a notable loss though the emigration of these intelligent, capable people, so the American ...
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*
Dear randall -- It's hard to believe it was ten years ago tonight. On this day a decade ago -- January 19, 2004 -- I gave one of the most famous speeches in the history of American politics. Or perhaps "infamous" would be more accurate. I'm guessing you might remember the climactic moment of that night, as I enthusiastically rallied my presidential campaign supporters in the aftermath of a disappointing finish in the Iowa Caucus: Not only are we going to New Hampshire, Tom Harkin, we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico! And we're going to California and Texas and New York! And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan, and then we're going to Washington, D.C., to take back the White House! YEEEAAARGGGH!!! While the "Dean Scream" became fodder for late night comedians, including a hilarious version by Dave Chappelle I still laugh about, I also feel very proud of the state-by-state preamble to my unforgettable rallying cry. Because, wh ...
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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.
In North Carolina alone, we have people praying for the Woodard's in Highpoint, Hampstead, Selma, Hickory, Wilson, Pikeville, Greenville, Wilson Mill's, Wilmington, Goldsboro, Princeton, Morehead City, Farmville, Mount Olive, La Grange, Roxboro, Richlands, Kenly, Seven Springs, Snow Hill, Benson, Oxford, Smithfield, Pine Level, Tarboro, Lexington, and Holly Springs. Then, out of state, we have people praying in Virginia, Texas, Georgia, California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, New York, Colorado, Delaware, Indianna, Michigan and as far out as ALASKA!!! Can I just say, when we ban together and start the good ol' fashion prayer chains, we begin to see miracles!! God answers our prayers individually and can move powerfully through one single prayer, but that just intensifies with every other prayer involved. When we come together like the body of Christ is supposed to do and stand strong in faith and trust in the word of God, we will begin to see miracles, just like with little Ben ...
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Coming at you from the Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, South Carolina, it's the February 1st edition of Smoky Mountain Wrestling! Bob Caudle and Dirty Dutch Mantel(Zeb Colter) welcome us to the show as they call the action. Bobby Fulton and Ivan Koloff will lock horns in the main event tonight, and Prime Time Brian Lee(Fake Undertaker, Chainz of the DOA) will be making his Smoky Mountain debut! The first match is scheduled for one fall with a twenty minute time limit. The guy comes to the ring in a suit to some old school movie/tv show style music, and he's carrying what appears to be a mobster/musician's case with the implication that there is a weapon inside. From *** s Kitchen, New York, this is Killer Kyle! His opponent is one half of the Rock N' Roll Express, Robert Gibson. Should be a solid opener! Turns out Killer Kyle was a WCW jobber and indy jobber across the country during his career. Gibson with an early headlock takedown when he finally gets Kyle off his feet. Gibson with some rights and . ...
Snowy Owl Invasion Puzzles Scientists, Dazzles Enthusiasts By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer January 08, 2014; 5:16 AM . Snowy owls have been spotted in the Northeast U.S., all the way down to South Carolina since early December. Scientists aren't sure why the owls, who spent much of their lives around the Arctic Circle, have arrived in such large numbers. "It's a great opportunity to see a magnificent animal," Kevin McGowan of Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, N.Y., said. The owls, the largest in North America, do make forays into the Northeast but this year is different, McGowan said. "Here in central New York, there were 10 sightings in 10 days," he said. "This is just not the normal way of things." There are two conceivable possibilities for the irruption, or rapid and irregular, increase of owls. "One is that they have a very high success rate in breeding this year over last year. The parents tend to jostle them out of the nest," McGowan said. "The opposite possibilit ...
Lawrence Eugene Doby The American League had their Jackie Robinson too, but few ever took notice of one of baseball's greatest players, Lawrence Eugene Doby. He was much bigger the Jackie in size and strength, but Robinson got the media attention. The simple reason Robinson received most of the glory was that Jackie played in a big city. Jackie played in New York for the Dodgers, while Larry played for the Cleveland Indians. At that time in baseball history, Cleveland, Detroit, and St. Louis were considered west. Doby was born in December 1923, in the middle of winter, in Camden, South Carolina. The family moved to Paterson, New Jersey in 1934; he became an All-State athlete in almost every sport. He played basketball, baseball, and football at Paterson's Eastside High School. He graduated with honors and received praise from most of his teachers. Doby went to school in the racially integrated northeast, which did not prepare him for the treatment he would receive later in the Navy and his professional ba ...
We wish to share two great quotes from Aiken's own Tommy Hitchcock Jr. Thomas Hitchcock, Jr. was an American polo player who was killed in an air crash during World War II. He was inducted into the Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame. Born in Aiken, South Carolina, he learned the sport from his parents, Louise and Thomas Hitchcock, Sr.. His father was a U.S. Racing Hall of Fame horse trainer who had been a 10-goal player who helped found the Meadowbrook Polo Club on Long Island, New York and who captained the American team in the inaugural 1886 International Polo Cup. Tommy Jr. played in his first tournament at age 13 and was part of the Meadowbrook Polo Club that won the 1916 U.S. national junior championship. Tommy Hitchcock was also the inspiration of Tom Buchanan of the movie The Great Gatsby. "Father always emphasized being a good sportsman. Lose as if you like it, and win as if you were used to it." "Try as hard as you can all the time. Do not let up for one second, and do not stop until the referee blo ...
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 ...
MARY Louise Parker: Fort Jackson, SC Actress Mary-Louise Parker was born on August 2, 1964, in Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Although Parker has made a career out of shuttling between film, stage and television roles, she is best known for her work on the series Weeds. As an "army brat," Parker spent much of her childhood moving from town to town. She attended the North Carolina School for the Arts, where she studied acting. After graduation, she departed for New York, where she hoped to make it as a stage actress. Stage Career Parker began her theater career in the mid-1980s, performing in regional performances in Buffalo, Syracuse and Hartford. She eventually worked her way onto Broadway, playing the role of Rita in Prelude to a Kiss (1990). The role earned the precocious actress a Tony nomination. Film Debut Meanwhile, Parker had already made her film debut as an abused girlfriend in Signs of Life (1989). Her ability to play long-suffering characters without casting them as pure victims would earn her ...
I was thinking of all the places I've been during the holidays. Where have you been and what was your favorite? Here is my list and hopefully will still grow to lots more places. I guess I have to say my favorite so far is spending the holidays in France. The other places didn't suck either though! California (all over, but especially love Belmont Shore canals) Hawaii, Mexico, Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe Nevada, Chicago, Indiana, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Israel, France,
In South Carolina headed to New York for Christmas with the Ryan's this year. We are super excited to see the family.
1606 - The "Susan Constant," "Godspeed" and "Discovery" set sail from London. Their landing at Jamestown, VA, was the start of the first permanent English settlement in America. 1699 - Peter the Great ordered that the Russian New Year be changed from September 1 to January 1. 1790 - The first successful cotton mill in the United States began operating at Pawtucket, RI. 1803 - The United States Senate ratified a treaty that included the Louisiana Territories from France for $15 million. The transfer was completed with formal ceremonies in New Orleans. 1820 - The state of Missouri enacted legislation to tax bachelors between the ages of 21-50 for being unmarried. The tax was $1 a year. 1860 - South Carolina became the first state to secede from the American Union. 1864 - Confederate forces evacuated Savannah, GA as Union Gen. William T. Sherman continued his "March to the Sea." 1879 - Thomas A. Edison privately demonstrated his incandescent light at Menlo Park, NJ. 1880 - New York's Broadway became known as ...
8 SEC players on AFCA All-American list. The American Football Coaches Association released its All-America selections Wednesday, and eight players from the Southeastern Conference headline the team. The AFCA has selected an All-America team since 1945 and currently selects teams in all five of its divisions. What makes these teams so special is that they are the only ones chosen exclusively by the men who know the players the best — the coaches themselves. The first team is led by Alabama senior quarterback AJ McCarron, who earned himself a spot in New York last weekend as a Heisman Trophy finalist. Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans joins McCarron on the outside, while Alabama's Cyrus Kouandjio and A&M's Jake Matthews accompany him on the offensive line. On the other side of the ball, Missouri's Michael Sam and South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney highlight the selections on the defensive line at the end positions. Butkus Award winning linebacker C.J. Mosely is one of three linebackers on the first team, whil ...
7 Facts about Roy and I's Relationship. Here we go: 1. Roy and I first met at a club in Tysons Corner. Our friends hooked us up that night. 2. Roy proposed to me in Atlantic CIty at the Finn Restaurant. 3. Our first cruise together was for our honeymoon. 4. Roy and I got married in Oct of 2011 at Rock Hill Plantation House. We had an outdoor ceremony. 5. Roy and I have been to the following places: New York, Mass, New Hampshire, Vermont, New Jersey, South Carolina, Chicago, Virginia Beach, St.Thomas, St.Martin, and Bahamas. 6. Our first plane ride together was to Florida so we could board the cruise boat for our honeymoon. 7. Since being together, we've spent 1 week apart that was totally out of our control. I was stuck in Felicity, Ohio due to a major snow storm that came through the DC area. Like my status and you will get a number!
In the US TODAY the legal marriage age is 13(South Carolina&New Hampshire) New York 14.
Everybodys competin to put South Carolina on the map instead of Squadin up like Atlanta and New York...If all cities in SC and NC squad up, we all can start doin serious numbers together and really be on the map...
I wanted to take a quick moment, with no agneda, no request, no ulterior motives to say I thank God that you are a part of my life and I hope you have a blessed and prosperous day. This goes out to the Dillon/South Carolina crew . Charlotte Mecklenberg and surrounding North Carolinians, All the New York family, the DC area folks making things happen, Mad props to the A-Town, Dallas GA and the metro. My Florida peeps, Oklahoma City crew, you know who you are, Don't Mess with Texas, cause you messing with friends of mine, Minnesota, CA, Bama, Nolo's, and Japan. Props to the DHS Band, SC State Marching 101, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity HA chapter and all other frats, and sorors, US Air Force comrades and all branches in arms And ALRM Inc, ALRM Church, Paulding Ministerial Association, Paulding Children's Collaborative, Paulding Chamber, Paulding County Economic Development all the church affiliations from the pew to the pulpit. Mad love on today, I call you blessed.
States With the Lowest Property Tax Bills Tuesday, November 26, 2013 — States with the lowest property taxes While it is common knowledge that New Jersey and New York (and most anywhere starting with “New”) have the highest property tax bills in the nation, what states are the least expensive? Who has the lowest property tax bills in America? According to a residential property tax study by the Tax Policy Center (TCP), property tax bills for homeowners ranged on average from around $500 in some states to over $8,000 in others – a massive disparity between states. In 2012, while the most expensive areas were in the Northeast, the least expensive tax bills were from all around the nation, peppered throughout the north, south, east, and west. Property tax critics note that the assessed value of a home rarely matches the home’s actual market value, and although appeals are an option, more people looking to pinch pennies are considering all living expenses, including their tax bills, leading us to hu ...
Got home from South Carolina at 10:00. Leaving for New York at 3:00👌👌
An Amtrak train traveling from New Orleans to New York runs off the tracks in South Carolina
I want to thank everybody who wished me a happy b-day, I appreciate it, much love to my family, my boys back home brook ave wut up, soundview wut up, my family out in puerto rico, family out in Texas, Atlanta, South Carolina, Florida, & New York. To everybody in Spokane that's cool wit yao and coming out to my Album release party to support me, I got luv for ya'll. We gon' get it hype, Yao
is writing music right now trying to upload that Kawabunga Green on Youtube! Be on the lookout for this new and upcoming artist! Mississippi to New York. Stand up Chicago, Florida, South Carolina. Shouts out to all my peoples in Cali. See you when I see you.
The number that I have been given is 10. I guess that I am supposed to list 10 things that people don't know about me. Here they are: 1. I was born 2 months premature.had undeveloped lungs and had some health issues early.I was also born "breech", which means *** first! May explain a few things! 2. I was born just east of Los Angeles.therefore I am a native Californian...although I only lived there for 2 months. 3. Being an Air Force child, I went to 9 schools from kindergarten through twelfth grade. 4. I have lived in New York, California, South Carolina, Virginia, and England. 5. I am deathly afraid of planes, despite the fact that I made six transatlantic flights when I was younger. 6. I have Indian blood in me.my grandfather was part Indian. 7.My wife and I met in a class that neither of us was supposed to be in.Fate, I guess. 8.My favorite athletes are Joe Montana, Thurman Munson, and Larry Bird. 9. I have worked at only three places in my 25 years of being employed...pretty loyal I would say. 10. I ...
Enjoy my 25 things: 1- I was born in California, and then moved to New York, Virginia, Idaho, South Carolina, Michigan, Idaho (again), Washington, Alaska, Las Vegas and Watertown, NY. From age 8-10 I lived in Virginia Beach. 2- My mom dropped me off at the beach on the way into work and picked me up on the way home, so I spent my summer’s body surfing and playing in the ocean. 3- I was raised by my Dad from when I was 10 years old (after my parents divorced). 4- From age 10-12 my Dad would take me out from school for a week at a time and we would back-pack into the Saw-tooth Mountains in Idaho we took dehydrated food and camped out in the snow. 5- I was living on my own when I was 16, quite school and worked two jobs to support myself. 6- My first car was a Volkswagen Bug, it drove up hill at a top speed of 35mph but could park anywhere and I loved it. 7- I moved from Idaho to Washington to Alaska to Las Vegas to Watertown, NY while I was on my own. 8- I met my husband just after I turned 18, we married ...
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 ...
So 7 surprising things about me...thanks Christina Rich for the challenge 󾬖 I can't recall ever wanting children but ALWAYS wanted nieces and nephews to spoil. I've been blessed to have several of each - but I am closest to Zach Dindinger and Maddy Toomer - true miracles in my life. LeAnne Schwab I claim you as a niece of my heart as well and have enjoyed this last year immensely! - at 16 I set a goal to drive in all 50 states - just 12 to go. Alaska was the first and I still need to go to: Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, South Carolina, Alabama, West Virginia, Ohio, New York and Michigan.Road Trip anyone? the number of degrees I have in fields I was briefly intrigued with. What will my fourth degree be...that is a current dilemma - choices to make by January. when I meet people they fall in 4 categories. Family, Work and Relay - the amazing friends that straddle the 3 have become the best of friends and make up the fourth. You know who you are and what you h ...
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 ...
On my way to New York for 2 days then it's off to South Carolina
South Carolina gains traction with gun manufactures, new Ithaca plant inboun by Max Slowik With several states passing new, strict gun control laws driving people and business away, many other states have been doing everything possible to make them more appealing to gun owners and gun manufacturers. Following the passage of state-level gun control laws many manufacturers have begun to vote with their feet, leaving states like Colorado, Connecticut and New York for Second Amenment-friendly — not to mention tax- and incentive-friendly — states and counties. The Ithaca Gun Company is the latest manufacturer to seek out South Carolina, following PTR Industries to Horry County. Ithaca is not relocating but they are planning a sizable expansion there which is expected to generate 120 new jobs. Ithaca will construct their new 20,000 square-foot facility at Horry County’s Cool Springs Business Park near Aynor, S.C where they will be neighbors with the new manufacturing headquarters of PTR Industries in the ...
Is DHS above the law of the land? Absolutely not. However, the question I have for Congress is “Why are you guys not reining in this agency and calling out their unconstitutional actions?” Strangely enough, the border for these Constitution Free Zones includes not only Mexico and Canada, but also states like Oregon, New York, North and South Carolina and various other coastal states, even Alaska! Below is a graphic showing the area in which DHS will take your computer or other electronic devices, search your belongings and shake you down without a warrant and without cause and claim they are within the law.
Here's what I think will happen: Hillary Clinton literally just received 16 endorsements today from all Democratic US Senators who are women, including Elizabeth Warren. Hillary also got the endorsement of Senator Chuck Schumer this week in Iowa. Let's fast forward to 2014: It's the midterms, the Clinton's are out in full force campaigning for Democrats in all 50 states, especially battleground states, including Wendy Davis of Texas. But SURPRISE! Chelsea Clinton announces in the Spring she's running for Congress in NY. There's a seat that will be open next year ironically. It's current incumbent plans to retire; she's 74 years old. The Clinton's are everywhere, Florida, Iowa, New Hampshire, Texas, South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania. EVERYWHERE! Democrats take back the House and retain the Super majority in the US Senate in 2014. Also, Chelsea Clinton is elected Congresswoman from New York. January 2015: Hillary Clinton announces she's running for President. Hillary wins the nomination hands down with onl ...
Rochester-based firearms company, American Tactical, has announced that it will leave the state of New York and move its main operations to South Carolina. New York’s gun control SAFE Act is cited as one of the reasons for the move. Tom King of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association discusses the decision.
Did you know: Herb Cohen moved to Anderson, South Carolina and started working with a few local textile mills picking up their textile remnants, overruns and the cutting plants waste. He had several employees by this time. They started segregating the waste by color and fiber and sold them to a local garnetter. Herb had a few old friends in New York who would buy the materials and sell them to retail stores in the northeast and Caribbean.
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American Tactical Imports (ATI) is moving from New York and its myriad gun control laws to gun-friendly South Carolina. ATI is "an importer and distributor of domestic firearms" and also does some manufacturing.
We about to to make em put they with my homegirl from cali Holly Wood Finesse Hollywood Finesse and Justin Gemmiithree Duncan reppin Brooklyn, New York with SCO on the beat str8 up out the dirrty Greenville, South Carolina we on that grind ish this is the
__Who is on the Budget Negotiation Conference Committee? Paul Ryan, WI, Tom Cole, OK, Tom Price, GA and Diane Black TN, (both teaparty) and Democrats James Clyburn of South Carolina, Chris Van Hollen of Maryland and Nita Lowey of New York. Democrats are Sen. Patty Murray, WA, Ron Wyden of Oregon, Bill Nelson of Florida, Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Mark Warner of Virginia, Jeff Merkley of Oregon, Chris *** of Delaware, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Tim Kaine of Virginia, Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont who caucuses with the Democrats. Senate Republicans include Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Charles Grassley of Iowa, Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Mike Crapo of Idaho, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Rob Portman of Ohio, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and Roger Wicker of Mississippi. Some are also on the Congressional tax-writing committees. Conferees who are on Senate Finance are Wyden, Nelson, Stab . ...
Good morning everyone! After a much needed break over the weekend, I am back and ready to keep everyone updated on the latest potential systems that may impact Delmarva over the next week. Now let's take a look at the forecast discussion: Latest surface analysis explains why much of Delmarva has less cloud cover today than the past 5 days or is clearing out this morning. Surface high pressure centers have built southward from Canada over the weekend and are now in New England. The coastal low pressure previously affecting the region with endless periods of rain and widespread cloud cover has been shunted southward to off the coast of South Carolina. However, even with low pressure way to the south, we still have to deal with at least some minor coastal flooding on east-facing beaches and bayside areas as high pressure keeps an easterly flow in place. A cold front was also noted in Western Pennsylvania extending from West Virginia north northeast into western New York. Latest forecasts indicate this bounda ...
Glenn Harrington Artist Painter Copyright © 2013 Glenn Harrington "The paintings of Glenn Harrington are recognized and collected internationally and have been featured in such publications as American Arts Quarterly, American Art Collector, International Artists Magazine, the covers of American Artist & US Art, New Art International, The New York Times, GQ Japan, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. He has had numerous solo exhibitions in New York, Japan, London, South Carolina and Pennsylvania, and has exhibited at the Norman Rockwell Museum, The Museum of American Illustration, the USGA Museum, The Gibbs Museum, and the Raushenberg Gallery at Edison College, FL. Glenn’s paintings have been published on over 600 book covers including such classics as Room with a View, Pride and Prejudice, Wuthering Heights, Man and Superman, Women in Love, Dangerous Liaisons, The Golden Bowl and Mansfield Park. Two books containing 40 oils, commissioned by Sterling Publishing, were printed on the plays and poetry of Willia ...
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 ...
How many states have I been to? I've been to 11 states roughly. I might have forgotten one or two. Florida, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Nevada, California, and Hawaii. TA ≈ Harmony ϟ
They have all these reality shows The Real Housewives of New Jersey, housewives of New York all the others. Let them come do the Real Housewives of South Carolina and watch everything I have to go through! Lol. Wanda
I feel more like a New Yorker in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina than I ever have in New York
Preview: Ebony Hewitt is a therapist and a big time city girl who fell in love with a country boy. She has recently relocated to Eden, South Carolina, her lover Malcolm Taylor’s hometown. Malcolm is virtuous and honest and makes a good living as a carpenter/furniture factory worker in Eden. They originally met online and things just fell into place from there. But after six months in Eden, Ebony is not happy. She is arrogant and thumbs her nose at a lot of the country ways and things, including Malcolm. Problems ensue. Ebony throws herself into her work and up pops a new client, Jackson Hearns. He is from New York, a White Collar worker in a nice tailored suit with a voice, skin and manner that is as smooth as butter. Ebony is tempted. Does she taste Jackson’s forbidden fruit or does she stay faithful to Malcolm, Mr. Simple, Virtuous and Faithful. And if she does take just one itty bitty teeny bite, can she stop herself from taking two, three, or more? The series starts Saturday Oct 5,2013 Reserve you ...
would you rather move to South Carolina or New York
On This Day September 21st is the 264th day of 2013 with 101 days remaining of this year. 1863 - Union forces retreat to Chattanooga after defeat at Chickamauga. 1938 - Hurricane (winds 183 MPH) in New England (Long Island, New York, New Jersey) kills 500-700, wrecking tens of millions of dollars in property. 1942 - The American B-29 Stratofortress makes its maiden flight. 1953 - Allied forces form West Germany. 1958 - First airplane flight exceeding 1200 hours, lands in Dallas, Texas, USA. 1964 - The North American XB-70 Valkyrie, the world's first Mach 3 bomber, takes its maiden flight from Palmdale, California, USA. 1976 - Computer Shack is incorporated in the USA, created by William Millard. 1982 - San Francisco cable cars cease operations on Market Street after 122 years of service, for two years of repairs. 1984 - NASA launches Galaxy-C. 1989 - Hurricane Hugo makes landfall in South Carolina, causing US$7 billion in damage. 1991 - Culinary Union Local 226 at Hotel Last Frontier in Las Vegas votes 46 ...
“A vote against the resolution by Congress [to strike Syria] I think would be catastrophic . [It would] undermine the credibility of the United States. If we don’t get Syria right, Iran is surely going to take the signals that we don’t care about their nuclear program . If we lost a vote in Congress dealing with the chemical weapons being used in Syria, what effect would that have on Iran and their nuclear program?”— Sen. John Mccain, Sept. 2. The desire of some members of the Washington establishment to wage a strike on Syria to make a point with Iran goes far beyond Mr. McCain’s support for President Obama. This foolhardy position, regrettably expressed by many “prominent” Republicans — ironically, the president’s own party is more skeptical of his plan — extends as well to Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Rep. Peter T. King of New York and even House Speaker John A. Boehner. In effect, these and other old-time pols are making it clear that the real target is Iran, as it shou ...
Now Lindsey Graham is saying New York Harbor and South Carolina are targets. attack on Tks
I hate South Carolina. I wanna be in new York already.
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Go to Howard, go to New York, go to South Carolina
Back in New York had a awesome time in South Carolina with
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 :-)
Today in Our Story - July 6 * "1853 - A National Black convention meets in Rochester, New York, with 140 delegates from nine states. James W.C. Pennington of New York is elected president of this meeting, generally considered the largest and most representative of the early African American conventions. 1854 - The Republican Party is organized to oppose the extension of slavery. 1868 - Eighty-five African Americans and 70 white representatives meet in Columbia, South Carolina, at the opening of the state's General Assembly. It is the first and last U.S. legislature with an African American majority. 1869 - African American candidate for Lt. Governor of Virginia, Dr. J.H. Harris, is defeated by a vote of 120,068 to 99,600. 1931 - Deloreese Patricia Early is born in Detroit, Michigan. Shewill become a singer known as Della Reese. As a teen-ager, she will tour with gospel great Mahalia Jackson and, at the age of 18, will form the Meditation Singers and become the first performer to take gospel music to t ...
Tony .V. Today in KISSTORY: July 6th 1976 - KISS plays the Coliseum in Columbia, South Carolina on the Destroyer tour. 1985 - Melody Maker prints an article on KISS in their current issue. 1988 - Frehley's Comet performs their Second Sighting tour at Poughkeepsie, New York. 1990 - KISS brings the heat of their Hot in the Shade tour to Old Orchard Beach, Maine. 1993 - KISS conducts an Alive III 'meet & greet' in Cleveland, Ohio. 1995 - Peter and Ace play a concert on their Bad Boys tour in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 1995 - KISS plays unplugged in Miami, Florida at the Radission Mart Plaza as the 1995-1996 Worldwide Conventions tour is in town. 1996 - KISS plays at The Summit in Houston, Texas during the Alive-Worldwide 96/97 tour. 1998 - KISS neon telephones hit store shelves. This official merchandise item illuminates an image of KISS and even features a ringer which plays "Rock And Roll All Nite" as you receive a call. 1999 - Paul takes to the stage playing the lead role, The Phantom, in Andrew Lloyd Webe ...
Today is Independence Day in the United States of America. On Saturday, July 5, 1777, a day after the anniversary of American Independence, the revolutionary John Adams wrote to his daughter from Philadelphia that he “was surprised to find the whole city lighting up their candles at the windows.” The year before, on July 4, 1776, representatives of the American people in 13 colonies were in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to declare independence from Great Britain. Philadelphia is still lighting up the candles as you can see in this photograph taken 236 years later from the International Space at 09:28 GMT February 6, 2012. It includes most of the 13 colonies: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts Bay, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, and Rhode Island. Photo Credit: NASA
I need to start going out and dating again. The only problem is I want something with potential to become serious and unfortunately, that probably means looking outside of the "Red Sea of Stupidity" that is the Southeastern United States. Come to think of it, I've only ever really been serious with two women, and both of them were originally from New York. Hmm... Probably because I can't stand female Southern accents, Republicans, devout religiosity, or people with IQs below 120; all of the things our South Carolina women are famous for! *** I still have a year left before I can leave this backwards *** place, though...
“21st c. media and politically corrected secular history books have glossed over the unique and ever-fading religious heritage of this one nation under God. Lest we forget God in America, we continue our LOOK BACK & uncover a few more well-hidden bits of American History. [General source:  Brief Timeline of American Literature and Events]  1664 -- Maryland Colony passes a law mandating lifetime servitude for black slaves; previous precedent had allowed freedom for those who converted to Christianity and established legal residences there. New Amsterdam becomes New York after Governor Peter Stuyvesant's surrender to English forces. 1665 Legislation in several states tightens the bonds of slavery. English law provides that slaves may be freed if they convert to Christianity and establish legal residence, but Maryland, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia pass laws allowing conversion and residence without freeing the slaves.   1681 4 March. William Penn receives a chart ...
Members of Congress affix their signatures to an enlarged copy of the Declaration of Independence. Fifty-six congressional delegates in total signed the document, including some who were not present at the vote approving the declaration. The delegates signed by state from North to South, beginning with Josiah Bartlett of New Hampshire and ending with George Walton of Georgia. John Dickinson of Pennsylvania and James Duane, Robert Livingston and John Jay of New York refused to sign. Carter Braxton of Virginia; Robert Morris of Pennsylvania; George Reed of Delaware; and Edward Rutledge of South Carolina opposed the document but signed in order to give the impression of a unanimous Congress. Five delegates were absent: Generals George Washington, John Sullivan, James Clinton and Christopher Gadsden and Virginia Governor Patrick Henry. Exactly one month before the signing of the document, Congress had accepted a resolution put forward by Richard Henry Lee that stated "Resolved: That these United Colonies are, ...
AMBER ALERT NOT FOR SURE YET! CALL DSS or CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES WITH ANY INFO. South Carolina? Not feeling good about this. SHARE!-ATTENTION THESE TWO BEAUTIFUL GIRLS ARE MISSING from ABBEVILLE, SC. (PLEASE KEEP REPOSTING) Our classmate Tommy Ray Smith and his wife Angela Renee Smith needs your help in finding their girls. Hailey Smith, 11 years old, short brown hair red highlights, pink small square from glasses, about 4'3 and 87 pounds. Has a small scar on her left upper rib from recent surgery, green eyes. Taylor Smith age 10. Shoulder length dark brown hair, brown eyes, 130 pounds, about 4'5. Both girls are very blistered! Last seen in Iva on June 15th. Last known to be in upstate New York. Please report this so that we can try to get them back home! Thank you so much! — with Angela Renee Smith and Gretchen Baughman
BRITTANEE MARIE DREXEL 17YRS SEX OFFENDER EYED IN COLD-CASE DISAPPEREARANCE OF BRITTANEE MARIE DREXEL IN SOUTH CAROLINA Published: February 16th, 2012 A convicted child rapist is being eyed by South Carolina cops in the disappearances of two young women, including a New York teenager who disappeared while on Spring Break in Myrtle Beach almost three years ago. Detectives say Raymond Moody is the primary “person of interest” in the 2009 disappearance of 17yr old Brittanee Marie Drexel, who was last seen on surveillance video leaving a popular Myrtle Beach hotel along Ocean Boulevard in a case that sparked widespread media coverage. Moody, who served 21 years in prison for abducting and raping a California girl in 1983, is also being looked at in connection with another missing woman, 28yr old Crystal Soles. Both women are presumed dead, though exhaustive searches in the rugged terrain between Myrtle Beach and Moody's home some 50 miles south of the popular destination have been fruitless. Authorities h ...
A friend of mine, Kay Kelly posted this yesterday. Amazxing how she got it all RIGHT! Thougth you might like to read and share this as well. Isn't it interesting what we, as a society, will tolerate? 1.If we use the f-bomb on Jay Leno, that's considered cool. (Witness the Sandra Bullock interview on The Tonight Show a couple of days ago) 2. If we lie to our family and staff and go to Argentina to be with our mistress, we can then be elected to office a couple of years later in South Carolina. (Mark Sanford) 3. If we embarrass our family and have to resign from office for sexting pictures to unsuspecting women, we can then be leading in the polls in another political race in New York just a couple of years later. (the Weiner) 4. If a 66 year old woman who grew up in The South admits to using the "n" word many years ago, she can be vilified and have her career ruined in a few short days. I have banned rednecks from my house for using the "n" word in front of my kids, (because when my kids were growing up .. ...
In a small town in South Carolina, just a few minutes before noon on May 25, a nineteen-year-old girl went to her bedroom, closed the door, and typed a three-word status update: “I am *** ” She took a deep breath, exhaled, and hit the enter key. Then she leaned toward the screen with her hands over her mouth, and waited. It didn’t take long. Within seconds, the admiration poured in from around the world: Seattle, Scotland, New York, Tokyo, even into the deepest pockets of the Bible Belt. Throughout the day, friends and relatives weighed in — sixty responses, eighty responses, ninety responses: a baptismal deluge of love and support. And if things seemed almost too good to be true, that’s because they were. The posts were nearing the one-hundred mark when a woman who began her response by announcing that she was the girl’s grandmother wrote, “I am so disappointed in you. You used to love the Lord.” And then she said it: that hoary chestnut usually reserved for overall-wearing porch-swingers ...
Back from 28 hour round trip to upstate New York, My Uncles Place, the bar we used to hang out in during high school, is much improved. IN the parking lot there was another South Carolina plate with a Clemson bumper sticker and a Mary Kay cosmetics logo. What are the chances of that? Showed my son and daughter Chenango Valley High where after all these years, we seem to have won every game, and the Ross Park Zoo and Binghamton U, home of the Bearcats. Had no idea what Pandora was but after 14 hours on the return trip listening to Neil Young, the Animals, the Zombies and and Billy Joel it is, as Martha Stewart would say, "a good thing."
“Do we still have a bicameral government?” wonders Representative Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, the chairman of the immigration subcommittee. “You’re a smart guy. Let’s walk through this together. We do not have a unicameral system of government. We can assume the framers did that on purpose. And we can assume they did it for a reason. What do you think the reason is?” Gowdy asks. You might think Corker-Hoeven, with its billions of dollars to bolster border security, would be receiving a warm welcome in the House. You would be wrong. “The Corker-Hoeven amendment is terrible,” says Representative John Fleming, a top immigration hawk. Representative Michael Grimm, who represents a purple Staten Island district in New York, pans it, too. “There’s no triggers,” he says. “More work on the border is good but it doesn’t solve all the problems with that bill,” says House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia.
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***Press briefing to be held by phone on Wednesday, June 26 at 11:00 am ET***   ColorOfChange.org and Advancement Project to bring together Civil Rights Leaders and Legal Expertsto Discuss the Impact on the Voting Rights Act – and the Need for a Constitutional Freedom to Vote   New York – Today the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a decision in the case of Shelby County v. Holder to strike down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, the formula used as the basis for Section 5 coverage.    For decades the Voting Rights Act has protected voters in states with a history of racially discriminatory voting practices. Just this past election, the VRA allowed the Justice Department to block attempts by Texas, South Carolina and Florida to implement discriminatory voting rules aimed at making it harder for people to vote. While the Court’s decision will make it harder to fight back against attacks on the right to vote, advocates still have other tools to help ensure free, fair and accessible elections. To ...
A real mess brewing across the US and Canada currently. As far Northwest as the Canadian Yukon.. south into California.. strong cell storms with a few areas showing damaging winds.. Across the entire USA -- we're seeing the stage set for another severe weather outbreak (much more than we're seeing now 200pm CT). As the storm pulls east from California.. expect the already humid / hot areas in the south to north-midwest to see large hail / tornadoes / damaging winds. East Coast.. from Florida north to Maine.. we're seeing severe thunderstorms / hail / damaging winds. Overall.. states we need to watch from now going over the next 24 hours are: Oregon, Washington state, British Columbia Canada, Alberta Canada, Yukon Canada, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshir ...
African Heritage City Mamie Fields Mamie Elizabeth Garvin Fields was born in 1888 in Charleston, South Carolina. She earned a teaching certificate from Clafin University in 1908 and began teaching in 1909. Instead of applying through the mayor’s butler, as was the custom of that Jim Crow era, she instead went directly to the superintendent of Charleston schools. Fields got the job and began teaching on John’s Island. After getting married and briefly moving to New York, Fields returned to teaching in Charleston in 1926 as head teacher of the Society Corner School. With just one assistant she taught 120 children during the day in addition to holding night classes for adults. She also opened a kitchen at the school that served 200 daily during the Great Depression. She retired from teaching in 1943. Inspired by Mary Church Terrell, Fields founded the Modern Priscilla Club, an organization to promote social uplift. She served as president of the South Carolina Federation of Women’s Clubs and also worke ...
Forty -six years ago today, 76 courageous souls of the 173rd Airborne, Company A 2/503 Infantry (approx. 120) were slaughtered via multiple human wave attacks by an elite North Viet Nam unit (estimated anywhere from 500-1200) in the Central Highlands of South Viet Nam. Another two dozen were seriously wounded in what is now known as The Battle of the Slopes. This encounter ranks as the worse loss of life by a US unit in a single day. I am one of a couple dozen who survived this massacre charged with ensuring the world of its significance. So many young to have left us so soon. "Sweet is war to those who have never experienced it." KIAs by State Alabama 2 Arizona 1 California 8 Colorado 1 Florida 6 Georgia 2 Hawaii 1 Illinois 3 Iowa 1 Kansas 1 Kentucky 1 Maryland 2 Massachusetts 4 Michigan 7 Minnesota 1 Missouri 1 Mississippi 2 New Jersey 5 New Mexico 3 New York 6 North Carolina 2 Ohio 2 Oklahoma 1 Oregon 1 Rhode Island 1 South Carolina 2 Tennessee 2 Texas 5 West Virginia 1 Wisconsin 1 AGE Nine (9) Born b ...
The "resolution respecting independency," debated at length, was postponed till the 1st of July, when it was again brought up for consideration. It was still, on that day, opposed by many, chiefly by John Dickinson, who now said that he should not be against independence ultimately, but that he could not consent to it at the present moment because it would serve to divide rather than to unite the colonies. At the close of the debate on the 1st of July, there seemed little prospect of carrying the resolution by a unanimous vote. The Delaware deputies were evenly divided, the third member, Caesar Rodney, not being at the moment in Philadelphia; the Pennsylvania deputies were opposed to the resolution, three against two; while the New York and South Carolina deputies were not in a position to vote at all, having, as they said, no instructions. The final vote was therefore again postponed until the following day. Which of the deputies slept this night is not known. But it is known that Caesar Rodney, hastily ...
We are headed off on our bike Saturday, heading to New Orleans, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, then to South Carolina for Wing Ding, then we will be heading to New York City and travel the Lincoln Hwy to San Francisco , then up the west coast and back to Victoria.
Attended the Puerto Rican Festival on Sunday and had a blast! But, man, the questions as to where I'm from and the surprise at seeing me at events like this brings out the sarcasm in me. I remember the Cuban Festivals in Echo Park - where I was constantly asked "where you from.you Cuban?" But, Sunday, was something else. I think I heard, "You Rican.no, wow, I'm really surprised to see you here" almost a dozen times. I know my salsa friends meant well, but I also know that my response to them "went over their heads". My response was that "I was probably a matter of hours from being Cuban or Rican or Bahamian or Peruvian, etc." My follow-up retort about my folks being in the rear of the slave ship meant that they were not dropped off into slavery on the shores of many Caribbean Islands. Instead, they were transported to the end of the "slave triangle's" route, South/North Carolina, Georgia, and New York in the 1500's and 1600's. Based on the work of Ivan Van Sertima in his text, "They Came Before Columbus", ...
Launched 17 June 1852, the Star of the West was a 1,172 ton steamship,228.3 ft in length, with wooden hullside paddle wheels, and a two masts hoisted on a 32.7 beam. Originally built by Cornelius Vanderbilt to transport goods between NY and San Juan de Nicaragua beginning in October of that year, it later served as a merchant ship for railroad and shipping magnate Charles Morgan from 1853 to 1856. During the spring of 1857, the Star of the West contracted to the U. S. Mail Steamship Company to carry the U. S. mails from New York, with stops in New Orleans and Havana, to the Isthmus of Panama for delivery in California.       In January 1861, she was chartered for $1250 a day by the War Department to secretly carry 200 troops and supplies to reinforce Fort Sumter, South Carolina, and was the ship fired upon in the Charleston Harbor on the brink of the Civil War. Returning to New York, the ship was hired out to pick up Federal troops stationed in Texas, but while anchored off Pass Caballo bar, was capt ...
New and Revisiting Marco Santiago Fan Connections made 8 to 14 June 2013: cmacgregor86 from Canada judy.alush from United Arab Emirates missyrn75 from doesn't say adrianasc8 from Guatemala Manika Singh from Bangkok, Thailand dias_anat from Tel Aviv-yafo, Israel Bettina Kalima Enk from Israel Manika Singh from Thailand Gabriela Vuichoud from Switzerland eduran21 from Chile aespejel72 from Mexico Cande Delarge from Mexico Flor Dutto From Argentina sally.ucab from doesn't say USA blazenkitty from Guelph, Canada dekonpoupi509 from Brooklyn, New York michael thompson from Conneticut mena_rahmy from Cairo, Egypt leo1450 from Illinois Ania Anai from Mexico Sammy Coleman from Lake Worth, Florida omigicnal from Lydia, South Carolina cecilia.valdes09 from Malaga, Spain meierolaf from Frankfurt Am Main, Germany ruthdeckelbaum from Gan Yavne, Israel i-taku21 from Tama, Japan Laraib Waseem from United Kingdom linz_1500 from Japan blanx_preatygirl from Mexico nsheiphillips from Denville, NJ Cleopatra Veras from Bronx, ...
THE VINTNER GROUP TO ACQUIRE MARTIN SCOTT WINES Expands distribution footprint into New York, New Jersey and Connecticut The Vintner Group of Richmond, Virginia, an importer of fine wines and distributor of fine wines and craft spirits, has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Martin Scott Wines of Lake Success, New York. The transaction is scheduled to close on June 30th. Founded in 1980 as fine wine distributor The Country Vintner, The Vintner Group is among the first to have extended operations across regulated state lines and has expanded to include wholesale businesses in Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina (as The County Vintner,) Georgia (as Quality Wine & Spirits) and Florida (as Stacole Fine Wines.) In addition to the distribution businesses, The Vintner Group includes a national import arm called Craft + Estate, currently servicing 44 states. The American Still Life Collection, a craft spirit portfolio, was launched in 2011 and is ...
FRONTAL LOW IS IN THE EAST END OF THE United States ... UPPER TROUGH STILL PARKED IN THE CHANNEL OF THE WINDS ... The frontal low has been placed in the New York area, as shown by the latest weather charts have been analyzed ... Associated with the low, a very weak cold front and extends to the southwest of the area of Pennsylvania and Maryland, while a warm front, extending to the southeast penetrating to West Atlantic waters ... As to as have began to move and almost outside the United States, the frontal low, begins to observe a clear weather in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Atlanta, Mississippi area, as well as other nearby ... However, a small area of showers and thunderstorms were detected on Kentucky and Indianapolis ... Moreover, the upper trough associated with a continuous low parked over the Canal of the Winds, the trough extending to the southwest reaching the neighborhoods north of Costa Rica . The trough combined with the southeast wind, provide the necessary conditions for the Hispani ...
FRONTAL LOWASSOCIATED WITH FRONTS ASSOCIATED IN THE NORTHEAST OF United States ... TROPICAL WAVES IN CENTRAL ON CUBA AND VENEZUELA ... TROUGH IN UPPER LEVEL OVER WINDWARD PASSAJE ... The frontal low has moved to the northeastern United States, being located very close to Michigan ... With this frontal low, first is associated warm front extending eastward through Cleveland, Pennsylvania and New York ... Also, with frontal low, a cold front extending southwest and then west on Ohio, Louisville, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Saint Louis, Missouri and Kansas City, as well as neighboring counties ... The clouds and rain activity associated with frontal conditions mentioned above, is observed through satellite imagery mainly in Ohio, Maryland, Washington, Virginia, North and South Carolina, southern Georgia, and other nearby areas ... On the other hand, two tropical waves move through the Caribbean area, the first is located through the central Bahamas and Cuba, is showing little activity of clouds and rain. While the ...
Just a heads up everyone, The Lord is about to put on a show tomorrow for anyone that lives on the East Coast, That includes, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Long Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine! A Tropical storm is headed up the eastern seaboard bringing in heavy rains, 2 to 4 inches worth, they call it Tropical storm “ANDREA” and it is about to impact over 150 million people on Friday, Yupp That’s tomorrow, Get ready, it’s gonna storm!!!
Im watching Saint Louis and South Carolina, are you watching that or East Tennessee State and Vanderbilt or Boston and New York?
Since August 2011, Laura and I have managed to see a fair bit of the mighty U.S of A... Montana. Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Georgia, Forida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oklahoma, Missouri and to round it out to 27, today we are crossing Ohio.. West to east, north to south, east to west and now diagonally southwest to northeast, Faith has carried us through 26 of the 27 states.
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Well, I've been busy for several months moving trucks all over the East Coast for The Pete Store, a large Peterbilt dealership with branches in several southeastern states. I work out of the Greenville, South Carolina branch, and it has been keeping me hopping. Originally it started strictly as a part-time retirement gig. But business is brisk, sometimes with sixty or more sales and deliveries to a single customer. A large part of what I do is delivering car haulers and these go principally to West Warick, Rhode Island, Akron, New York (north of Buffalo and north of Niagara Falls), Springfield, Massachusetts, and Jacksonville, Florida. And I move a lot of them from Gainesville, Georgia to our branch in Greenville. This is a fantastically fun retirement job, but sometimes it does get a tad busy, keeping me on the road and moving for a week at a time. I absolutely love this. sort of a boys and their toys sort of thing. See lots of places and much of this nations most beautiful places. I go past tow ...
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Think it's very sad that this is the first time I've ever heard this... The first well-known observance of a Memorial Day-type observance after the Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina on May 1, 1865. During the war, Union soldiers who were prisoners of war had been held at the Charleston Race Course; at least 257 Union prisoners died there and were hastily buried in unmarked graves. Together with teachers and missionaries, black residents of Charleston organized a May Day ceremony in 1865, which was covered by the New York Tribune and other national papers. The freedmen cleaned up and landscaped the burial ground, building an enclosure and an arch labeled, "Martyrs of the Race Course." Nearly ten thousand people, mostly freedmen, gathered on May 1 to commemorate the war dead. Involved were about 3,000 school children newly enrolled in freedmen's schools, mutual aid societies, Union troops, black ministers, and white northern missionaries. Most brought flowers to lay on the burial field. Today the ...
How did Memorial Day come to be? As Americans enjoy the holiday weekend, does anyone know how Memorial Day originated? On May 1, 1865, freed slaves gathered in Charleston, South Carolina to commemorate the death of Union soldiers and the end of the American Civil War. Three years later, General John Logan issued a special order that May 30, 1868 be observed as Decoration Day, the first Memorial Day -- a day set aside "for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village, and hamlet church-yard in the land." At the time, the nation was reunited politically, but it remained culturally divided, and so did Memorial Day observations. In the North, the federal government created national cemeteries for men who died in the war, while state governments from New York to Michigan gradually made Decoration Day an official holiday throughout the 1870s. In the South, ...
"note2 self .. Jeb Bush 3 years down the track" ...Elite Gather on Gated Island for Secret Meeting May 12, 2013 Print Version Source: Daniel Taylor, Old Thinker News As reported by local media, billionaires are gathering on the island of Kiawah, located near South Carolina. The story broke on May 10, but the meeting was reported to have started on the 8th. “Suspicion was raised when nearly 20 very expensive jets were seen lined up at the Charleston International Airport on Johns Island,” reported WBTW. The meeting is reportedly being led by Bill Gates of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The public has been kept away from the hotel which is hosting the meeting. Other reported attendees include Michael Bloomberg of New York, Oprah Winfrey and Billionaire Warren Buffet. The potential Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush is also reported to be attending.
Jihadis training in your neighborhood? Investigator describes setup as infrastructure for attack - One of the investigators who worked on a report about terror training camps operating inside the United States describes the network as no more or less than an infrastructure for attack. WND previously reported on a documentary called "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist Training Camps Around the U.S.," and how it offers evidence that "Muslims of America" operates a series of training camps in the U.S. Jason Campbell is project manager for the Christian Action Network, which was behind the training camps investigation. He described for WND some of his visits to the camps, which have been located in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma Michigan, Colorado, California and Washington. "The one that really gets you concerned is in Georgia," he said. "You go down a road and all of a sudden it's just woods, and there are two ro ...
On behalf of Myself & Barber's Eye team. Due to it being the first show we had some complications with the way The BE Team organized the scoring system and that is a working progress. And we our open to any suggestions (please inbox) on perfecting this issue. I will like to personally THANK the Judges for doing a such a great job! Also special Thanks to Everyone that came through the snow storm to attend this event from Denver, Kansas City, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, New York, South Carolina. Arkansas. Also thanks to our Hosts & DJ Hotboy Alesia Lester Peedi Rothsteen Malcolm Tiller and BE Girlz, Terri Sanders all the Sponsors. Most importantly all the Competitors & Guests who made it a show! Hope you all will attend next year to help make a successfully Annual BARBER'S EYE Barber Battle event. Thanks.
Part 2: The Knights of the East and the Emperors of the East and West, which evolved out of the old Clermont Chapter, battled for supremacy over French Masonry during the next eight years. It was the latter group that issued the famous Patent, dated August 27, 1761, to Etienne (Stephen) Morin as an Inspector General with the authority to expand Origin of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite the rite in the French West Indies and on the American mainland. In 1763 some Scots carried this rite to New Orleans, Louisiana and in the same year Morin appointed HenryA. Francken his deputy in Jamaica. The oldest known collection of Scottish Rite degrees in English is found in a document known as the Francken Manuscript. Francken formed the first Lodge of Perfection for this rite at Albany, New York in 1767 . The rite spread to Philadelphia in 1782 and to Charleston, South Carolina in 1783. The Emperors of the East and West adopted the Secret Constitutions of 1762 claiming jurisdiction over the first three degree ...
"To my songwriting friends out there, as part of Byron Hill's 4/26/2013 In-the-Round at Community Arts cafe, we thought we would add a few spices to the stew. This particular spice is in the form of a guitar to be raffled. The guitar is a Fender CD60ce with Fishman electronics but the cool thing about it is the signatures on it. Check out the photos and see if you can identify these signers and maybe a song or two they have written.a whole lot of Number 1's pictured here!"     Morning all, The guitar signings began at NSAI this morning. Already our guitar has a lot ofvalue in hits and hit songwriters on it, and we’re just getting started. Take a look, and seewhat’s going on with this baby.     Dan     A South Carolina native, Lauren Lucas is a current Board member who has frequently lobbiedwith NSAI in Washington, D.C. — in fact, she made her first D.C. trip with NSAI at age 14 whenshe was still an aspiring songwriter/artist. Growing up, she commuted often to New York toaudition for Broadway ...
I'll be taking a photography trip next Monday-Thursday with a very close friend of mine. We're going to be going as far as South Carolina taking pictures of numerous landmarks, such as the BF Bridge and Eastern State Penitentiary in Philly, Old Essex County Jail in NJ, Lorton Reformatory in VA and so much more. I'm beyond excited for this and just need to explore out of New York.
Jabari Moketsi was a radio talk show host at WVGB until the struggling station was sold to a company that broadcasts classic rock. He had no interest in spinning songs by Boston and Bad Company, so he launched his own station, streaming online, to continue serving the African-American community. He’s built up a national following in the four years since, with far more listeners in places like Houston and Seattle than the community he hoped to serve in Beaufort, South Carolina. That is why he, and thousands like him who broadcast online, are so excited by the opportunity to do something far more low-tech: broadcast over the air. “I want to be on the dial because radio is free,” Moketsi said. “Having listeners in Houston or Seattle or New York, that’s good, but does that influence your community where you live? That’s what I’m about.” Now he’ll have his chance. Later this year, the Federal Communications Commission will begin distributing licenses to registered nonprofit organ ...
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Born in Charleston, South Carolina, Chandler began her acting career in New York at the age of nine and was on Broadway two years later in 1917. Her early performances include Arthur Hopkins' 1920 production of Richard III, which starred John Barrymore, Macbeth in 1921 with Lionel Barrymore; Hedvig in Henrik Ibsen's The Wild Duck in 1925 and Ophelia in the 1925 modern dress version of Hamlet starring Basil Sydney. By the time of her first film she had been in over twenty Broadway productions. She made her film debut in 1927 in the silent film The Music Master and in 1930 joined Leslie Howard, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Beryl Mercer for the film version of the stage success Outward Bound. The unusual story told of a group of passengers on an ocean liner who gradually realise that they are all dead and will soon face the Last Judgment. Chandler, with her blonde hair and ethereal quality, was considered to be perfectly cast, and she received critical praise for her performance. Chandler did not want to play ...
Clayton "Peg Leg" Bates (October 11 1907 – December 8, 1998) was an Afro-American entertainer from Fountain Inn, South Carolina. Bates lost a leg at the age of 12 in a cotton gin accident. He subsequently taught himself to tap dance with a wooden peg leg. His uncle, Wit, made his crude first "peg leg" after returning home from World War I and finding his nephew handicapped. Bates was a well-known dancer in his day. He performed on The Ed Sullivan Show approximately 58 times, and had two command performances before the King & Queen of England in 1936 and then again in 1938.[citation needed] He retired from the dancing business in 1996. He owned and operated the Peg Leg Bates Country Club in Kerhonkson, New York, from 1951 to 1987, along with his wife Alice E. Bates. This made Bates the first black resort owner in Ulster County in the Catskill Mountains, the famous Borscht Belt of Jewish resorts, hotels, and bungalow colonies. He was also very active in the local Ellenville Lions Club, and during the last ...
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