Calabria is the next stop on Ferraro Italian Restaurant Bar summer tour through Italy. Through Thursday, the restaurant is featuring a $49, four course prix fixe menu with entree choices of braised lamb shoulder with artichokes and peas, or branzino with fennel and mussels. Discounted wine pairings are available.
Shortly thereafter she entered service, operated by Grace Line for the War Shipping Administration. Named for the first American to capture a British naval vessel during the Revolutionary War, the O’Brien made seven World War II voyages, ranging from England and Northern Ireland to South America, to India, to Australia. She also made eleven crossings of the English Channel carrying personnel and supplies to the Normandy beaches in support of the D Day invasion.
Gio Toninelo started the animation festival as a way to commemorate the conclusion of his online drama, Pond Patrol a series of blogs, letters, and photographs cataloging the adventures of Corporal John U. Harris and his reconnaissance team, Pond Patrol Third Force Recon, as they surveyed the dangerously mutated Mulberry Ridge Pond (also known as the small turtle pond in Toninelo’s backyard.) Festival organizers are now accepting submissions in three categories (Stop motion 3″ Action Figures, Stop motion 8″ Action Figures, and Stop motion 12″ Action Figures) for the 3rd annual festival, the winners of which will tour in 2010. Deadline is July 20, 2009..
Humphrey Harwood’s heirs had 430 acres under administration of John Harwood. William Harwood owned 625 acres; Thomas owned 575 acres; John had 654 acres. In 1629 Thomas Harwood was a Burgess for Mulberry Island where he had owned land extending to Skiffs Creek since 1624.
The term Glass refers to solid glass sculptures and keepsake jewelry that contains the cremated remains of friends, family and beloved pets. In these unique art pieces, bone ash is incorporated right into the glass mixture and appears as puffy white clouds under a transparent surface. Sometimes called Funerary Glass this art form is as old as the Romans and has come in and out of style for twenty centuries.
Edward Lee Yost Sr., 53, of 212 W. 14th St., Northampton, died Wednesday at home. Northampton County Coroner Zachary Lysek attributed death to natural causes. Trying to flatten a hunk of it was harder than I thought. An even harder task was attempting to write into the clay. What was supposed to be the cuneiform alphabet spelling out my name, actually turned into gibberish that I couldn even fully make out.