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A Nobel Man

Percy Williams Bridgman made some big contributions to the field of high pressure physics. He entered Harvard in 1908 earning a MA and a PhD. 488 more words


A rolling stone: Peacock Rocks brings minerals, fossils to Bridgman

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BRIDGMAN — Very few people understand what lays underneath their feet.

But Adrian Quint does.

For more than 40 years, Quint has spent time searching for rocks, minerals and fossils. 593 more words


14 Paintings by the Orientalist Artists in the Nineteenth-Century, with footnotes, 10

Jan van Beers, (1852-1927)

Souvenance, c. 1877

Oil paint on canvas

21 x 27 cm

Private Collection

Jean Marie Constantin Joseph “Jan” van Beers (27 March 1852 – 17 November 1927) was a Belgian painter and illustrator, the son of the poet Jan van Beers. 2,371 more words


Beer along the Fruit Belt: Transient Artisan Ales gets the yeast it needs

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BRIDGMAN — Chris Betts originally began brewing under the name Transient Artisan Ales about three years ago in Illinois. 547 more words


Calling Bird

(Bridgman, Michigan) A memory at Christmas time of Mom: When she was living at Woodland Terrace, she wanted me to mount a bird feeder outside her window so she could sit in her chair and watch the birds appear.   136 more words


The other Wrigley Field: Standing room only for Cubs fans at The Getaway

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BRIDGMAN — It’s the beginning of Game 1 between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians, and everyone inside The Getaway Grille & Cubbie Bar is standing at attention. 980 more words


Dolce far niente: the apogee of Aestheticism

The Italian phrase dolce far niente means (literally) sweet doing nothing – it is the very enjoyment of being idle, the indulgence of relaxation, blissful laziness. 1,334 more words