Rookie diary: short leases and long days
Camp has been an emotional roller coaster so far. A lot of success. A lot of mistakes. Just battling them day in and day out. Every play is a new learning experience. When we left OTAs on June 18, I think I had a pretty good understanding of the offense.
Society Diary: Dog in kilt to climb mountain for charity
A man has dressed his Jack Russell terrier in a kilt and a bonnet and plans to take it for a long walk up a big hill to raise money for a charity, the Highland Hospice. It’s questionable whether the dog is overly impressed with the silly outfit ...
Courtroom Diary: The People vs. Steven Matthew LeClaire, Day 8
Dr. Kalechstein stated that he had evaluated hundreds of people suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which comes in various forms and can be caused by a one-time incident or long-term traumatic experiences. Furthermore, long-term sufferers ...
Aquarists measure Phoenix the sea turtle
The Sealife London Aquarium have conducted their week long annual health check of all 6,600 animals in their care. Aquarists at The Sealife London Aquarium measure the 1.2m long shell of Phoenix, one of the enormous 130kg rare green sea turtles.
An Irishman’s Diary: Thirty years not out
Two years ago another long-standing All-Star, William Sitwell, a scion of the literary family, made his own mark as a writer with a charming volume full of historical tit-bits entitled A History of Food in 100 Recipes. After 20 years of tours, he confesses ...