Hobbies Newswire (Page 13)

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  1. Gravity Fields: It's time for Grantham to partyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Grantham Journal

    Thousands of people are expected in the centre of town to enjoy events and entertainment at St Wulfram's Church, the Market Place, Abbey Gardens and St Peter's Hill. Hundreds of school and community participants will join international performers and some of the UK's top outdoor arts companies in processions and outdoor arts.


  2. Hillary Clinton Would Rather Blame Free Speech than Islam for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Review Online

    "Islamic terrorism" into a vacuous, politically correct word salad. It's quite another to hear them blame free expression for actions.


  3. 30th Annual AmericanSand Scultping Championship Dates and Sculptors AnnouncedRead the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    This year we celebrate our 30th Year," said Fort Myers Beach Chamber President Bud Nocera. "Each year, this event has gotten better and this year's event will be the best yet."


  4. A Farewell to BirtherismRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WNYMedia.net

    So, on Friday the Grand Wizard of Birtherism against President Obama admitted that birtherism was bunk, not by apologizing for his prominent role in the racist campaign - no, that would have been too right - but by suggesting that he deserved credit for dousing the flames he'd fanned. That was a lie.


  5. Weekend best bets: Triangle Oktoberfest, Ben RectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WRAL.com

    Events continue through the weekend. Look for beer dinners, beverage pairing events and more, including Lonerider Brewing's annual Brew it Forward home brewing competition on Saturday.


  6. ISIS's 'apocalypse' prophecy just got realRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Mercury

    Islamic State death-cult propaganda has placed great store in the insignificant town of Dabiq because of a prophecy linking it to an apocalyptic battle between Islam and Christianity. THE first shots have been fired in Islamic State's apocalyptic 'final' battle.


  7. Hillary's Fall Guy Takes the PlungeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Commentary Magazine

    Most Americans had never heard the name Bryan Pagliano before September 2, 2015. For those who are following Hillary Clinton's email saga closely, Bryan the IT Guy has since become a household name.


  8. Who are America's 'super' gun-owners?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | Yahoo!

    America may hold a reputation as a country of gun owners, but a new survey shows that roughly half of the nation's weapons are owned by just three percent of the population. Three percent of Americans own eight or more firearms, a cumulative 133 million of the country's 265 million weapons, according to an unpublished survey from Harvard University and Northeastern University, whose results were reported by the Guardian and The Trace on Monday.


  9. 10 Minutes With...Victor White, Wichita Airport AuthorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | Business Journal

    Filled with "must read" stories, industry news and reporter insights, exclusive interviews with local business leaders, and expanded Top 25 Lists .


  10. FOLKfabulous Festival Brings Woodworkers, Other Folk Traditions to USCa s HorseshoeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2016 | Free Times

    What: FOLKfabulous Festival Where: McKissick Museum, 816 Bull St. When: Saturday, Sept. 24, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Price: Free More: artsandsciences.sc.edu/ mckissickmuseum Parking is available at the garage at the corner of Pendleton and Bull.


  11. Tree clearing for the Murfreesboro AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2016 | WGNS-AM Murfreesboro

    The Murfreesboro City Council Thursday unanimously approved a contract for tree clearing of runway approaches to the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport. The Murfreesboro Airport Commission had earlier approved the contract with Queens Tree Surgery, Inc. for $110,242.


  12. Current reportsRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2013 | Lakeland Times

    The Department of Natural Resources weekly Outdoor Report indicates that ice conditions have improved on many lakes in the wake of colder weather, but noted variable weather conditions made for erratic fishing. Many different species of birds winter in Wisconsin, making backyard bird watching a favorite pastime of many.


  13. Duck decoys are taking offRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MoneyWeek

    Collecting waterfowl decoys - models of birds used to attract real-life wildfowl from out of the skies and under the barrel of a gun - used to be the sole preserve of enthusiastic hunters. Now, these "artfully carved and painted wooden pretenders" are luring in a new breed of collector, says Simon de Burton in the Financial Times' How To Spend It magazine: folk-art fans and interior designers.


  14. Sky's the limit for scouts as pilot lends supportRead the original story

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    Dom Wilkinson, who lives in Eldene and has held a private pilot's licence for 20 years, last month gave a bunch of plucky volunteers the flight of their lives - all to help the 1st Dorcan Scout Group. Dom's step-daughter, nine-year-old Ellie Maes, is a member of the group and Dom, astonished at how much the scouts manage to do on such a small budget, decided he wanted to help.


  15. Wyoming ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Citizens' Voice

    The Cranberry Quilters Guild of Hazleton will hold a quilt show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept.


  16. SERA Architects dust off designs in industrial southeastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South County Spotlight

    Plans for a vaguely familiar building came through the design commission this September: A project that was parked two years ago has resurfaced under a new owner, Mapleton Waterloo. "We bought the apartment building, the office building, the Hanna Andersson building and the development not too long ago," Adam Nathanson, president of Mapleton, told the Business Tribune.


  17. 'Romulus' cuts to human need to blame cabals for society's illsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Jersey Journal

    I have always maintained that comic books are America's mythology, a dumping ground for our collective psyche - our fears and hopes made manifest in a medium that moves faster and reacts faster than most other printed media or television and movies. Given this, it is no surprise that there are perennially comics featuring global conspiracy theories and secret organizations running the world.


  18. Preening bluster does not make up for Trump's willful ignoranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    Of all the absurdities in Donald Trump's rapid political rise, none is more puzzling than his reputation for toughness in the war against terrorism. Trump is a real estate developer who takes any domestic terrorist attack - whatever the actual circumstances - as confirmation of his views on a lax immigration system, as evidence of a law enforcement system hobbled by political correctness and as cause for more aggressive profiling of Muslims, Arabs or whomever he is currently defining as the threat.


  19. Square Enix to open a cafe which is every gamer's 'Final Fantasy'Read the original story

    Yesterday | New Launches

    Square Enix seems to be venturing beyond the video game realm to making great food, now. By the end of this year it has two major software releases planned , along with the company's two new restaurants in Tokyo in the following month.


  20. Kate Winslet stars in stylish but nasty and uneven "The Dressmaker"Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    In "The Dressmaker," Kate Winslet plays Myrtle "Tilly" Dunnage, a seamstress who returns to her tiny Australian hometown, nursing a lifelong grudge against her former neighbors and hoisting a Singer sewing machine like a six-shooter. Set in the early 1950s, this toxic tale of madness, mendacity, perversity and revenge is a manic, ultimately wearying pastiche of that era's cinematic genres.