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Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and Rhyme #5

On Saturday we drove to Bathurst to see an exhibition John McDonald had reviewed in the previous weekend’s Sydney Morning Herald. The exhibition’s full name is… 671 more words



I recently read this book and couldn’t let go. Chunks of time drifted  like lazy clouds and I was literally there, glued to this book like a shadow on a crescent night. 660 more words


The American Sign Language Project

Brent Shiver (CDM MS ’04, PhD ’13), an advisory software engineer for IBM Accessibility, was profiled in the summer issue of DePaul Magazine. When Shiver was a student at DePaul, he helped with an animation project designed to facilitate communication between hearing and deaf populations. 745 more words

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Taco Republic- Food Truck

The food truck industry has grown exponentially within the last 5-10 years.  The stereotypical greasy truck that comes to mind has evolved into something much more.   297 more words


FLASHBACK: March 1970

The last rites were being read over the famous Bulimba Cup inter-city competition after Brisbane thrashed Ipswich 66-5 at Lang Park in the first match of the 1970 series. 184 more words


James Ross's sixteenth birthday

James Ross was born in Gledfield, Ross-Shire, in the winter of 1827, the fourth child of the village blacksmith and his wife. James’ birthday was the 31st of January, but there were a lot of children (12 in all) in the Ross family and it is unlikely that there was much fuss around the celebrations of birthdays. 1,096 more words


Communion season in nineteenth century Ross-Shire

It seems likely that James Ross carried the name Ferintosh to Australia with him because of a profound spiritual experience that he had at Ferintosh Burn in the 1840s when the Reverend Dr John McDonald was the minister at Urquhart, the parish which contained the area known as Ferintosh. 1,398 more words