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Kickstarter Tuesdays: Paratus 14:50, The Cells Of Baldwin County, Wheelchair Basketball Docu-Series

This week on Kickstarter Tuesdays, I am talking about three Alabama based projects featuring documentary films that you need to help out!

Paratus 14:50

Paratus 14:50 is an upcoming documentary covering the United States Coast Guard’s response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005. 1,226 more words


RT: Massive blaze in downtown LA: 250 firefighters, 2 major freeways closed

Published time: December 08, 2014 10:06
Edited time: December 08, 2014 16:33

Los Angeles city firefighters battle a massive fire at a seven-story downtown apartment complex under construction in Los Angeles, California December 8, 2014 (Reuters / Gene Blevins) 351 more words


Talia's First Donation!

One of the biggest things I can’t wait to instill in Talia when she gets here, is our love of reading. Bill and I both joke about having an addiction to books. 874 more words

First we had the mystery about why Google was building floating structures on a set of barges based in San Francisco and Portland, before Google  219 more words

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Great News on the Future of our Favorite Light Station - Point Cabrillo!

Hi Everybody,

Great news! It has just been announced that not only will Point Cabrillo’s light stay shining but that it is going to be preserved as a Federal Aid to Navigation, whatever that is… (One benefit will be that it will continue to be maintained by the USCGA and the USCG).  277 more words


Report: NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle's Adam Arana to leave sport to serve with U.S. Coast Guard

For some people, reaching the pro ranks of the NHRA is their calling.

But Adam Arana, in only his second year of competition in NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle, has an even higher – and noble – calling. 247 more words

Cuba Stalemate Makes Identifying Rafters Difficult

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Living in America is still considered something worth dying for.

The bodies surfaced 20 miles out from a popular South Florida beach: Four men, still youthful. 716 more words