The Feminist Cabaret took centre stage Saturday (March 10) at Piper’s Pub in Antigonish. “It is a full house standing room only again,” Jenn Laudadio said during an intermission. She and Liliona Quarmyne, who donned matching shirts emblazoned with the words ‘perfectly imperfect,’ founded the event five years ago.

Watrous, John T., local registrar, and H. S., barrister, all of Brantford. Mr. That is because every concession Israel has made, has further restricted not only its ability to defend itself, but even its ability to do basic things such as build residential housing in the capital of its own nation. Every gesture and agreement Israel has signed has bound it to ever more restrictive terms. And none of them have brought any peace.

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Class 4A No. 7 Madison Academy swept Westminster Christian in three games by winning 8 8 on April 4, 15 0 on April 6 and 8 7 on April 7. The Mustangs also won a three games series with Madison County on March 28 and March 30 to put their area record at 6 0 heading into three games with fourth ranked Randolph (4 2 in the area).

“Burn Notice,” the popular adventure show currently airing on USA Networks, will feature a face familiar to some in Pasco County in an upcoming episode.Gary Hernandez, owner of Gary Hernandez Martial Arts in Zephyrhills, was in Miami this week serving as an extra in the program that features Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell and Sharon Gless.Hernandez works for a company that supplied medical equipment for use in a “Burn Notice” episode, filmed at a Miami hospital.He said the company, Ardus Medical, asked him to go to the set of “Burn Notice,” “because they were using our IV pumps for the show.”We sell and rent and also fix them for hospitals all over the state. I go to Miami a few times a month to do repairs and pick up and drop off IV pumps. They were filming at a hospital in Miami called Miami Heart Institute, also known as Mount Sinai Second hospital.

Into the season, it never crossed my mind that we throw the ball as much as we did, Burgbacher said. Knew that in the Greater Western Ohio Conference, you have to be able to run the ball you can be one dimensional. And we knew that in 2015, kids like to throw the ball.