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Desert Sand

”There is no wilderness so terrible, so beautiful, so arid and so fruitful as the wilderness of compassion.  It is in the desert of compassion that the thirsty land turns into springs of water, that the poor possess all things.” 245 more words

David Martin

Agent 1.22 Issue #0 - Preview Special

Now it’s not often that I leave my comfort zone and review comics outside the realm known as DC Comics. In fact it’s so rare that you have more likelihood of being doused by chemicals that were struck by lightning, gaining super-speed and wearing a scarlet coloured outfit than reading a review that isn’t immersed in DC lore. 379 more words


Stewarts Creek beats Blackman 14-7

SMYRNA – Everything turned out perfectly for Stewarts Creek in the first drive of its game in the jamboree Friday night.

The Red Hawks took the opening kickoff and drove 70 yards into the end zone, taking the early lead on last year’s Class 6A state contender Blackman. 359 more words


Potters have the right to be proud of their city

Although their city’s industrial landscape has changed over the years, with the demise of coal mining and the steel industry, the people of the Potteries have every right to be proud of Stoke-on-Trent’s heritage. 255 more words

History And Heritage

92 schools in 20 days: Stewarts Creek


Region: 5-5A

Coach: David Martin, third season

Last season: 2-8.

Players to watch: Cynterius Lyons, Sr., WR/DB — 349 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns, 24 tackles, two special teams touchdowns last season; T.J. 172 more words


Worth checking out . . . Fine Lines

As I gear up for student teaching, I’m trying to get my writing skills back.  If I hope to teach English, I had better be a living example for what a reader and writer looks like.   143 more words


Review Of Adam Stafford Gig, Song, By Toad @ The Hidden Festival, Secret Courtyard, Edinburgh - 23/05/15

The second gig of Saturday evening – busy night pop-pickers – and an artist (and I mean that in the truest sense of the word) whom I’ve seen four or five times in recent years and always leaves me awe-inspired by his originality and ingenuity. 672 more words

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