The bride, a graduate of Clay High School, is to graduate this month from Indiana University South Bend with a bachelor’s degree in education. She is employed as a server for Emporium Restaurant. The groom graduated from Elkhart Central High School and IUSB with a bachelor’s degree in education.
Independence EveIndependence Eve Fireworks DenverDENVER, CO JULY 03: Chris Daniels of Chris Daniels and the Kings band entertain the crowd gathered early for the Independence Eve at Civic Center Park celebration July 03, 2018. The event featured live music, light show, food trucks, and the traditional fireworks. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images).
MANCHESTER The Manchester Lodge of Elks 1893 will present its annual Citizen of the Year award to Danita Collins Sulick on Saturday, June 24. Tickets are available at the Elks Lodge, John F. Tierney Funeral Home, Highland Park Market, Mulberry Street, Town Hall Customer Service and the Manchester Chamber of Commerce..
Almost a decade ago, InMe burst onto the British rock scene with their explosive brand of metal infused emo rock as teenagers, on their impressive debut album Overgrown Eden. Since then, the tags of “bright new hope” and “your new favourite band” have worn off. The following three albums, impressive as they may be, were seemingly a case of diminishing returns with InMe slowly dropping off the radar.
A tentative addition to the list given that we’re always hoping that the former Fugee will grace us with a second studio album, but it’s been 20 years since ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ now. She’s still touring regularly, particularly in the last three years, but she’s still only ever released one solo record. Mind you, it was still a chart sensation and it won her five Grammys..
Loyd Jowers owned Jim’s Grill, a bar located directly below the section of the rooming house where Ray was staying. Years later, Jowers would say a man came in the back door of his bar from those bushes and gave him a rifle to hide. He changed his story at least twice as to who that man was.
Following its days as a prison, Norwich Castle became a museum in the 1800’s. It is interactive in some areas and, amongst other things, you can learn about the Iceni people, see Egyptian treasures and find out about old prison life in the Keep. If you depart through the attached Regiment Museum, you pass through a First World War ‘bunker’, but once you have left the Museum at this exit you may not re enter..