vintage everyday: Black and White Photos of Ice Skating in The Past
Prosecutor as bully - Aaron Swartz ****something really stinks about this one and I just can't put my finger on it. After reading this article, it doesn't fit that he took his own life. This guy was gifted and smart and accomplished.
Florida: Mosque to broadcast Islamic call to prayer, Councilman says potential noise ‘nuisance’
Florida: Mosque to broadcast Islamic call to prayer, Councilman says potential noise ‘nuisance’ | Creeping Sharia
A Nation Remembers: A Tribute to JFK. A live webcast for the public to watch beginning at 1:30pm, today November 22, and going until 2:15. No live audience, just performances, a moment of silence and the backdrop of the sea that President Kennedy loved so dearly.
The pain that never dies: 11 years on, the heartbroken fianceé of 9/11 firefighter shows how raw grief still haunts victims' families
A nation together: Teresa Methai touches the engraved name of her husband, Joseph Methai, on the Sept. 11 memorial on Boston Public Garden, following a wreath laying ceremony in Boston. He died at the World Trade Center
The Best Wedding Venues in the U.S.
Venue: Boston Public Library in Boston, Massachusetts. Majestic architecture, sweeping rooms (like Bates Hall, above), a lush courtyard, and an extra-accommodating staff make this landmark building a top pick. And, no, silence is not required; Boston Public Library.
Boston Marathon blasts: London organisers review security
Boston Marathon blasts: London Marathon to review security
Charles Chauncy (1705–1787) was an American Congregational clergyman in Boston. He was ordained as a minister of the First Church, Boston, in 1727 and remained in that pulpit for 60 years. Next to Jonathan Edwards, his great opponent, Chauncy was probably the most influential clergyman of his time in New England. He became the leader of the "Old Lights" or liberals in theology in the doctrinal disputes following the Great Awakening.