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Mar 19, 2020

The first day of spring is here. See flowers blooming around the world - USA TODAY

Biju Boro, AFP via Getty ImagesFlowers blossom on a hill in central Athens as average temperatures remain high for the season on February 18, 2020.Louisa Goulimaki, AFP via Getty ImagesPublished 10:03 AM EDT Mar 19, 2020...

Nov 24, 2016

An Election Day tribute to Jeannette Rankin, 100 years after her campaign

Susan B. Anthony, a well-known suffragette, in Rochester, New York. In Laramie, Wyoming, people gathered at a statue of Louisa Swain, the first woman in the United States to vote in a general election. Kakuk said she wanted her daughters to be able to tell their own children a personal memory from this election. “I started crying, and they were a little worried,” Kakuk said. “I was just totally overwhelmed that [Rankin’s statue] was already covered in stickers and flowers.” ... (Montana Kaimin)

Jul 5, 2016

Beach Reads with Marjorie Preston

Civil Wars” is filled with famous names of the 19th century: Longfellow, Emerson, Dickens, Louisa May Alcott, Helen Keller and poet Robert Browning, with whom Julia waged a bitter feud. Eventually she gained fame with a collection of poetry called “Passion-Flowers,” a scandalous and thinly veiled attack on her husband, and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” which became an anthem of the Civil War. Julia is presented as a woman imprisoned by the social mores of her era; she went on to become a champion of women’s suffrage, and one of the nation’s first firebrand feminists. This is a juicy and entertaining account of a spirit that ultimately could not be tamed.       Robert Plant: A Life       By Paul Rees; It Books       The “Golden God” of Led Zeppelin authorized this biography, yet the author relies on mates and other interview sources for much of the insight, and poses several questions he then does not answer (i.e., why was the singer’s boyhood nickname “Plonky”?) That quibble aside, here’s a first-rate account of the rock ’n’ roll wailer, a middle-class English boy who fell in love with Elvis and the American blues, and, like millions of kids of the time, began a single-minded pursuit of rock stardom. By age 20, he was playing arenas with Led Zeppelin. Then came the usual wretched excess: drugs, debauchery, backstage mayhem and wrecked hotel rooms. Unlike Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, who died at 32 in a vodka-induced coma, Plant was lucky enough to grow up. Here’s his story – as outsized, extravagant and unique as the singer himself.      Marjorie Preston reads as much as she writes, which is a lot. Reach her at (Shore News Today)

Dec 30, 2015

Gibsonia steel executive's longtime friendships set example

Mr. Cook is survived by his daughter-in-law Beth Cook, of Wellesley; his son-in-law, David Saslowsky of Potomac, Md.; four granddaughters, Alice and Louisa Cook and Charlotte and Vivian Saslowsky; his brother and sister-in-law, Robert “Bob” and Gretchen (Diener) Cook, of Mishawaka, Ind.; and many nieces and nephews. Friends will be received from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday in George Irvin Green Funeral Home Inc., 3511 Main St., Munhall, and for a funeral service at 11 a.m. Monday in Homestead Park United Methodist Church, 4231 Shady Ave., Munhall. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of him be made to the ALS Association. Debra Erdley is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-320-7996 or ... (Tribune-Review)

Dec 30, 2015


Eric Curran; Ruby Garcia; and Kim Keller from Monday. Julie Kelly celebrated yesterday. Missy Cruz is celebrating today. Celebrating tomorrow is Louisa Escamilla. Friday Christmas birthdays include David Rodriguez; Odessa Hinojosa; and Cristy Pena. Finally, weekend wishes are going out to Bob Aparicio, Jr.; Joe Smith; and Karina Gamez Barragan. Happy Birthday and eat some cake for me! Have a fabulous week and I hope to see you soon! XoXo, April Note to all readers: You can find I SEE YOU on Facebook at Post your news, events, and birthdays on this page or send to April at: Remember, at least one week ahead. (The Valley Town Crier)

Dec 30, 2015

In Loving Memory of Frances White Young, 94

She is survived by two daughters, Helen Young Savage (Henry) of West Hartford, Conn. and M.J. Thorne (Carl) of Smyrna; and five grandchildren, Louisa and Radclyffe Savage, and Katie, Michael and Alex Thorne. She is also survived by her younger sisters Jeane White DuBose of Atlanta and Mary Ann White Smith of Macon, as well as her 12 nieces and nephews, their spouses and families, and a cousin. She was predeceased by her husband of 46 years, Louis Cass Young, in 1996 and by her two older sisters, Dorothy White Ramsey and Elizabeth Driver Kistler.Born in Columbus on November 8, 1921, Frances graduated from Washington Seminary in 1940, attended Agnes Scott College for two years and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1944, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Subsequently employed by the Glenn L. Martin Company (now Lockheed Martin), Aberdeen, Md., she married Louis Cass Young of Pelham, N.Y. in August 1949. They lived in Bolton, Mass. for four years before moving back to Atlanta.More from Midtown Patch Frances was a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church and active in local civic groups as well as in the Lenbrook community. She had a zest for life and loved her own, and her quiet and kind spirit was an inspiration for a... (