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The Wine Show in Johannesburg is going to be a sparkling event

The Wine Show is celebrating its tenth anniversary between 7 and 9 May at the Sandton Convention Centre.  Bubbly is usually used for celebrations and this one is no exception.  823 more words



I was appointed to umpire a match in the summer of 1996 between London Schools U19s against the MCC, the world famous team that has thousands of playing members all round the world. 253 more words


4.21.15 Halo MCC Patch Notes

This is a reblog from HaloWaypoint.com

The next time you log into Halo: The Master Chief Collection, you will be prompted to download the latest content update, which focuses on ranking, matchmaking penalties, stability, as well as game-specific improvements for each title. 665 more words


Standoff at NLU Delhi

I wish I could say the entire episode was as exciting at the title (if calling it exciting is correct).  But as the old adage goes, ‘ 386 more words


Global Development Forum: Breaking Down the 150 Account Preview

For much of the 20th century U.S. foreign policy aimed, in the words of George Kennan, “to protect the security of the nation, by which is meant the continued ability of this country to pursue the development of its internal life without serious interference, or threat of interference, from foreign powers.” This approach continues to evolve as globalization increasingly ties the fate of the United States to the fates of other nations, and particularly those in the developing world. 759 more words

Policy Perspectives

Student Trustee Elections

Jeremy Dyer, staff writer

On April 27th and 28th, elections for next year’s Student Trustee are taking place in the Student Life offices of the Brockton and Canton Campuses, and in the Middleborough Main Office on the Middleborough Campus on both days at 11:00AM – 1PM and 5:00PM – 7PM. 243 more words


#58. First Time

This past week I have been reminded by fellow SALTer Katie Geluso (currently serving in Mexico City) about the early 2000s alternative Christian band Hawk Nelson, who wrote… 785 more words