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Body jewelry is becoming more and more mainstream and is a great way to express oneself. These days, one can decorate just about any body part with piercings. An entire industry has grown up around piercings and one can now find adornments for one’s body in many different shops and on the Internet..
The Thunder hosted its seventh annual Teddy Bear Toss for Charity on Saturday vs. Rocky Mountain. Wichita went 10 consecutive games without an 18 man lineup due to injuries from November 14th through December 6th. San Francisco social media consultant Sarah Slocum says she was attacked this weekend for using Google Glass in a local bar. On her Facebook profile, Slocum said she was “verbally and physically assaulted” by bar patrons who jeered at her for using Glass and, she alleges, snatched the device off of her face. Slocum also said that she was robbed after leaving her purse in the bar as she pursued her alleged attackers..
He was an acquaintance of my son. He came around the house one night and was in a terrible state. For reasons I won’t go into, he told me he had taken an overdose of Aspirin. “He was a kind and gentle soul with the best laugh I ever heard. His love for his family and bandmates was passionate as was the love he had for his extraordinary fans. Gregg was an incredible partner and an even better friend.
The first dinner will feature the flavors of Oaxaca; reservations are still TBD, as are details for the subsequent Nov. 5 and 19 dinners. Oakley is a classically trained chef who put time in at Michael Mina, Gary Danko, and Bar Bambino before going out on his own, and after sampling several of his tacos over the past year, we’re excited to see what he cooks up for dinner.
The following Queens Lake Middle School students have been named members of the school’s jazz band: Christopher Shafer, Matthew Cope, Scott Racoosin, Jaylen Lee and Chad Simmons for saxophone; Carlos Rodriguez, Elizabeth Lewis, Peter McReynolds, Bryce Baker and Jabari Pace for trumpet; Gabriel Thoms, Tykai Jones, Bobby Monk and Malcolm Reynolds for trombone; Jong Lee for tuba; David Rice and Kavron Carr for drums; Madeline Walters and Rachel Perry for piano; Alex Norris for lead guitar; and Jesse Swisher for bass guitar. The following School Latin students received prizes for their submissions in a Halloween project that required them to illustrate famous Greek myths using pumpkins. Brandon Hamm won first place for his Poseidon pumpkin, Ryan Suders won second place for his depiction of Apollo and the constellations, Dari Zlotnick won third place for her depiction of Sisyphus rolling a rock up a hill, Jesse DiPette won fourth place for a pumpkin Medusa and Caitlin Van Wicklin won fifth place for her pumpkin Medusa.