Mary Ann Shadd Camberton Cary was a courageous, brave woman and phenomenal woman. She was a woman who wanted to plant a believe she had in the whole society. Also, while she thrived to achieve her dream she had many obstacles come by her way. As well, this woman was
Have you seen those weird music festival T-shirts that people wear and wonder what someone could possibly want to wear that for? While they’re sometimes meant to catch attention of people so they may want to look up the festival, it also serves as a reminder for many amazing memories for the two or three-day event. For a long time now music has changed people’s lives in many ways. It has brought people to fame and lifted many out of depressions. But, to those who haven’t experienced a festival, or even live music in general, you have been missing out an amazing social experience like no other. From the kings of festivals like Woodstock or Coachella to the lesser known ones like Rock on the Range (Hard rock/metal based) and Day for Night (variety) there are hundreds to pick from. One of my favorites is Carolina Rebellion which takes place right in this state.
Angela Ciera Barnes was born on June 1, 1998, in Salisbury, MD to Sarah Baines and Angelo Barnes. On March 7, 2017 Angela passed away surrounded by loved ones and friends.
Erika is part of National Honors Society because of her outstanding achievements these past few years. She’s been able to show great, qualities, involvement and pride as a Streamwood High School student. Erika is an exemplary student and peer to many around her. She is respectful and responsible. Her pride is shown through events that she helped organize such as the “Teacher's Appreciation Week Entrance Welcoming” and her participation in the Streamwood High School Marching Band and Streamwood High School Pep Band. Though she believes that school spirit is very important she also knows that school is all about education and learning. This is why she is not only involved around the community ,but also maintains a 4.0 GPA and will never accept
Have you ever heard about the Kathryn Adam murder? Well if you haven't it’s okay because I will tell you about it right now. Kathryn adam was a young woman working for a company named L’eggs and she delivered boxes of stuff to different places. Some people say that she committed suicide and others say that she was murdered and taken somewhere that nobody knows. Her doughter was the one that reported her missing because she didn’t come home for two days. In the case of Kathryn Adam, know one really knows what happened to Kathryn on the night of April 23rd 1993, I know that when she went missing her L’eggs van was parked outside an abandoned restaurant.
As the holidays approach, joy is in the air, and many celebratory events are occurring throughout Denver, offering joy and cheer to Denver citizens. For Denver Citywide Marching Band (DCMB), the holidays have also provided an opportunity for its members to display their talents, among which were TJ’s seniors Cassidy Cobb, Jabril Jeylani, Khem Shem Toure’, and freshman Julia Moir. TJ’s talented Spartans showed off their skills on December 4th and 5th in Downtown Denver, and greatly contributed to the merry atmosphere.
This can be seen in the small town of Lapel, Indiana. When Nicole Flora, a member of the Lapel High School Marching Band and the Lapel Concert Band, was interviewed about her experiences with Lapel’s arts education program, she said that Lapel has a strong, long-standing arts program and that it unites their community (Flora). The community of Lapel takes much pride in their show choir and bands, resulting in much support for the musical groups. In one instance, Flora was in a marching band show performing at the Indiana State Fair Band Day. The crowd began cheering as soon as Lapel’s name was announced, even before the band took their place on the field. The cheering only got louder as the show went on, especially during the famous Lapel Funky Chicken dance step that is the band’s traditional exit (Flora). Not only does this unwavering encouragement instill a sense of pride in the students associated with such a unified and supported group, it strengthens the community as a whole.
On January 10, 1992, Shanda Sharer was 12-years old when she was kidnapped and murdered by 3 madison, Indiana teenagers. The teenagers were Tony Lawrence and Hope Rippy who were both 15-yrs old along with Lori Tackett who was 17-yrs old. The girls picked up Melinda Lovelace who was 16-years old in New Albany, Indiana to attend a punk rock concert in Louisville, Kentucky. Melinda Lovelace was jealous of Shanda Sharer and planned to kidnap her and kill her because of a love triangle that involved Melinda’s ex-love interest, a 14-year-old girl named Amanda. After the concert the 4 girls took Shanda Sharer, promising her that she would see Amanda, and brought her to The Witches Cast.
Ministering the Father’s love, grace and forgiveness, John and Carol Arnott have seen the Holy Spirit move in signs and wonders that has resulted in worldwide revival. Millions of lives have been touched and changed through God’s power and Christ’s love.
Annie Easley was born on April 23, 1993, to Mary Melivina Hoover and Samuel Bird Easley. She had a brother, but with him being six years older than her, Easley was practically the only child raised by her single mother. In Birmingham, Alabama, Easley attended a parochial school all the way to graduation and was valedictorian of her graduating class.
In 2015, two girls were arrested for being main suspects for the death of Rebecca Sedwick in Florida, United States of America. Rebecca Sedwick climbed abandoned tower and hurled herself to death on 9th of September 2015. Suspects who were just 14 and 12 years old at that time being arrested for threatening Rebecca to kill herself on Facebook. The older girl was accused of threatening to beat Rebecca up at school and told her to drink bleach and asked her to die. She also encouraged the 12 years old girl to bully the Rebecca.
As a Christian there are theses moments in life when you begin to question your faith, these moments of “am I really saved?” At five years old Melissa (Jackson) McCloud accepted Christ into her life as her Lord and Savior and was baptized by her father who is the Pastor of their church. The next twenty years Melissa would have theses uncertainty moments of whether or not she was truly a Christian or just going through the motions with her faith. Melissa felt like an outsider growing up with being homeschooled and then starting private school at Christian Heritage Academy. During her walk with God she first had this questioning of her faith when she was 17 years old and her brother in law died in a car wreck, she did not understand why God
Aisha Tyler is a smart, beautiful, and hilariously funny, actress, comedian, director, activist and author. Currently she is the co-host of CBS’s daytime talk show, “The Talk”, which won three Emmys. She also is the voice of ‘Lana Kane’ on F/X’s cartoon comedy, Archer. Aisha also is the creator, producer
Melissa Gilbert, the actress best known for her portrayal of Laura Ingalls in the 1970s and 1980s television series Little House on the Prairie, announced that she is running for Congress.
Burman.Session1.Journal When I was 12 years old, I was watching the 1996 Olympics, and for the first time in my life I