There are very few things that Roger Federer hasn done in the world of tennis. The Swiss maestro has an Olympic doubles gold medal, a Davis Cup, and 17 Grand Slam singles titles and he achieved a career Grand Slam (that means he won all four majors Melbourne, Paris, Wimbledon, and New York but not necessarily in the same year). While many consider him to be the greatest player in history, it often been asked how he would have fared in other eras Rod Laver 60s, or John McEnroe 80s, for example..
From this technique, astronomers have also discovered that the Moon is slowly drifting away from us, at a glacial rate of 3.8 cm (1.5 inches) a year. Millions of years in the future, the Moon will appear smaller in the sky than it does today. And within a billion years or so, the Moon will be visually smaller than the Sun and we will no longer experience total solar eclipses..
On Saturday, the Meadows Community League is showing Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle free of charge at Silverberry Park. Bring your own chair, blankets and bug spray but leave your pooch at home. The show starts at dusk. It’s Sex in the City with the sultry vampy look in halter tops, cut outs, bare midriffs, hot pants, plunging backs, sequins and enough sheer to hide, well, absolutely nothing. Conversely, there is a more cool, calm, collected and chic look that is also on racks now. Wasserstein’s new play, Old Money, is beginning rehearsals.
The advocacy work we do generally takes the form of connecting resources to children in communities we work with. For us, this work is joyful. It fills us up, and cheers us up when the other work gets hard. Don Ratajczak at the Georgia NAIOP Chapter’s May breakfast meeting. Dr. Ratajczak is a leading economic forecaster and currently Regents Professor Emeritus at Georgia State University.
A seasoned farmer, James Wagner used to advise family members: find out what the plant wants and needs and then provide it. It was sound advice and both his name and legacy still inspire JWC James E. Wagner Cultivation a Licensed Producer of medical cannabis in Kitchener, Ontario.
DiMarco isn the first deaf competitor on Dancing with the Stars, either honor goes to actress Marlee Matlin who cha cha cha on the show sixth season it clear that some stereotypes about deaf dancers still stand. I signed up for Dancing with the Stars I was nervous, says DiMarco. It wasn just nerves over his dance skills, but a fear of reinforcing misinformed deaf stereotypes in front of a large audience.