Saw the video this morning, Pettine said. Disturbing, especially as a father that has 2 daughters. There just no place for that behavior in our society. The Goods, the Baboons, I Don’t Know, and Basketcase play a benefit for Body Positive at the Talkhouse tonight (Thursday). By the way, next Wednesday the club hosts a benefit for Habitat for Humanity, with Rene Alvarez, Omine, Diane Ward, Crash Basket, September30, and Jodi Horovitz with Joel Perry. The Habitat, in case you don’t know, is one of the most brilliant and worthwhile projects, wherein volunteers build homes for needing people..
Her first task after receiving her DPT degree on May 22 will be to study for the licensing exam at the end of July. She then hopes to find a job in a hospital setting where she can solidify her knowledge and build on her clinical skills. Her goal is to work with children, focusing on neurological problems such as cerebral palsy, spinal injuries and brain tumors.
Howard is introduced to by who is dating Leonard. Leonard told about a girlfriend pact he made with Howard where when one of them got a girlfriend, they would try and set the single guy up with a single female friend of that girlfriend. At first, Howard and Bernadette could not find anything in common, but immediately felt a connection when until found but they both have overbearing mothers..
TRUMP: number of police officers killed in the line of duty has risen by almost 50 percent compared to this point last year. FACTS: Not according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, which tracks police fatalities daily. The group found that the number of police officers who died as of July 20 is up just slightly this year, at 67, compared with 62 through the same period last year.
A climate scientist who has suggested how mountain building can lower Earth’s thermostat and why ice ages sometimes wax and wane at different speeds has been awarded one of geology’s oldest and most coveted prizes: the British Wollaston Medal. The first woman to win a Wollaston in the prize 183 year history, Maureen Raymo, a researcher at Columbia University’s Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, joins the company of Victorian giants Charles Darwin and Louis Agassiz, and major 20th century figures including climatologist Sir Nicholas Shackleton and James Lovelock, originator of the Gaia hypothesis. Raymo, 54, will receive the medal, cast in the platinum like metal palladium discovered by Henry Wollaston in 1803, at the Geological Society of London’s annual meeting in June..