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Title Change for the Play

At first, I was a little frustrated that we determined that the show’s title should be changed.  After all, it’s the same as her book title, and I liked the symmetry.  278 more words

Aviation

The Flying Ace (1926)

A couple of nights ago I saw the film “The Flying Ace”. Never heard of it? Well, neither had I.

The film was released in 1926 by The Norman Studio in Jacksonville, Florida. 335 more words

Three-Eight-Charlie: the true story of the first woman to fly around the world

Coming to Chicago, June 2016:

The theatrical experience of Jerrie Mock’s world-record taking flight around the world (1964), directed, produced and written by her granddaughter Rita Juanita Mock. 15 more words

Aviation

Small projects are awesome

There is such a satisfying feeling in small projects – how you can pick out the yarn and cast on a hat, knit during a few commutes, and within a few days have a completed project. 46 more words

Knitting & Crochet

Dreams of Flight: Muñequita's Pre-Fashion Event Photo shoot

Muñequita has a fashion show coming up next Saturday, Sept 26, 2015, another Pet Supermarket Mutt Strut Fashion Event.  Muñequita has been to the last one… 429 more words

Munequita

Claudia Cardinale wearing pilot's goggles

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A tale of two Amelias: Rose Earhart to talk famous aviatrix’s life and legacy

Not to be confused with Amelia Mary Earhart — iconic aviatrix, air-blazer, and an example for brave and driven young people who wish to be pilots — Amelia Rose Earhart (as her name might imply) has her own set of air-blazing stories to tell, and at 3:30 p.m. 426 more words

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