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April Irish History Circle - in the Streets of Dublin and Cathal Brugha

Report from the Irish History Circle’s April Meeting, by Brian Gillespie

First Speaker:  Deirdre Gillespie on the topic  ‘Secrets of Dublin Streets’.

Deirdre took the audience on a fascinating and delightful walk through the Portobello area of Dublin which is in and around the South Circular Road and the Grand Canal. 567 more words

News

New EPA documents reveal even deeper proposed cuts to staff and programs - By Juliet Eilperin, Chris Mooney and Steven Mufson March 31 at 7:42 PM

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a new, more detailed plan for laying off 25 percent of its employees and scrapping 56 programs including pesticide safety, water runoff control, and environmental cooperation with Mexico and Canada under the North American Free Trade Agreement. 154 more words

Point Of Interest

Book Review - Every Pretty Thing by Chris Mooney

Title: Every Pretty Thing

Author: Chris Mooney

Publisher: Penguin

Publication Date: 9th February 2017

Format: ARC e-book

Note: This book was received from the publisher in return for an honest review… 447 more words

Book Reviews

MEDIA MINUTES (JAN. 31) - RICHMOND LOOMS LARGE

It’s rivalry week. Big, huge, enormous game with Richmond Wednesday.




VCU Athletics

T.J. Cline with an historic performance in Spiders' win over Duquesne

Never before in the history of Richmond Spiders basketball has a player recorded a triple double.

That is until T.J. Cline turned the trick in the Spiders 101-90 win over Duquesne to take over sole possession of first place in the A-10 Standings. 133 more words

Sports

Antarctica is About to Lose a 2,000 Square Mile Chunk of Ice -- And it Could Mean the End of the Larsen C Ice Shelf

It’s happened before. Ice shelves on the northern Antarctic Peninsula released large chunks of ice into the Southern Ocean as the world warmed up. They developed a concave shape which became unstable. 682 more words

Climate Change

Melo Trimble matches career high as No. 23 Maryland edges Richmond in OT

NEW YORK — Melo Trimble scored a game-high 31 points to lead No. 23 Maryland to an 88-82 win over Richmond in overtime of the second game of the Barclays Center Classic on Friday in New York. 336 more words

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