When you ask creation to do for you what only the Creator can, that idolatry will drain your spirit instead of fill it.
Built in 1909, the stately two-story most likely was built as a duplex. By the time the dilapidated structure was sold in 1978, little remained of its original charm.
The Wilson memorial is a subdued, studious approach, befitting the bespectacled academic idealist.
Fashion designer Todd Oldham was a past owner of the house. “I love the curved walls juxtaposed with its angular qualities. It’s such an amazingly beautiful house from the outside.”
The program works by pairing a volunteer with an elderly client.
Just the act of planting something in the dirt and watching it thrive (one hopes) gives you a feeling of being more connected with nature and with a simpler, closer-to-the-Earth way of living.
“Italian whites are food friendly, and you’re going to find them at just about every price range,” says Peter Forbes, the wine director for Centennial Liquor Stores.
If only life were as simple as we try so hard to make it. If only there was an obvious answer to all of those “somebody done somebody wrong” issues.
he and his quartet hold court every Sunday night at the Balcony club, but the bulk of his performance schedule is centered around the popular Fairmount Hotel.
TAAS scores at Woodrow are higher than ever. Members of the graduating class have been accepted at many fine institutions, such as Stanford, MIT, Boston College, Wake Forest, UVA, UT, A&M, TCU, SMU and Trinity.
The staff at Presbyterian Hospital saw that many of these “at-risk” children needed caring adult mentors in their lives and sought to meet that need through the program.
The Alger Award is given annually to high school seniors who have succeeded scholastically despite adversity.