The oldest Scottish Premiership club were founded in 1869. They won their only Scottish league title in 1965 and have lifted the Scottish Cup three times, most recently in 1997. In 1967 they got to the semi finals of the Inter City Fairs Cup. Seth Rozin, artistic director of InterAct Theatre, a member of the National New Play Network, and always a champion of new and provocative work, is also revving the engines for a new play initiative (tentatively called, ahem, the Philadelphia New Play Initiative) that will attempt to connect playwrights with producers. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say the scene right now is as full and well rounded as I’ve ever seen it, and this concerted effort to seal the leaks by cementing playwriting into our foundation is both well placed and well timed. People seem to be sticking around, new, small, quality companies are cropping up all the time, and just as exciting, the companies who have been here all along are still producing, and producing some compelling stuff.
The kid glided in front of the first grounder, accepted the ball into his glove with a lazy grace, pivoted, and threw to first. Though his motion was languid, the ball seemed to explode off his fingertips, to gather speed as it crossed the diamond. It smacked the pocket of the first baseman’s glove with the sound of a gun going off.
When we began The Civil Rights Project, we noted a dangerous separation between the academic and advocacy communities. A major goal of the Project has been to encourage our collaborating scholars to interact with advocacy groups in order to better understand how their research can be used within the context of legal battles, lobbying efforts, and the larger national debates. At the same time, we believe that such collaborations help inform the agendas and strategies adopted by advocates..
It may be the most famous painting created by a Canadian. It depicts a large jack pine standing alone and beaten down by the Canadian wilderness. The once proud and mighty tree is standing on a rock ridge. Then, on Nov. 23, the New York Times broke a major story implicating Bar Harbor summer residents Alessandro and Ernesto Fabbri. The story is a masterpiece of innuendo and distortions, but the Fabbri brothers were easy targets in the newspaper hysteria that now surrounded the search for German spies in the Maine woods.
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