Daily Archive: Wednesday, February 1, 2017

‘Glow of Death:’ a Tiffany lamp, mistaken identity and murder

[ad_1] In Jane Cleland’s new mystery “Glow of Death,” an antiques dealer is drawn into a murder investigation after she identifies an authentic Tiffany lamp worth a million dollars, then finds that her client was not who she seemed. By Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel “Glow of Death” by Jane K. Cleland Minotaur, 304 pp., $25.99

SC State Bulldogs beef up the running game on National Signing Day | Sports

[ad_1] South Carolina State University beefed up its offense Wednesday, signing five running backs and other offensive pieces in hopes of improving on last season’s 5-6 record. Each of the 22 high school students joining the Bulldogs football program attended state schools, according to the team. “Our coaches always felt it was important to keep

The acting Army secretary clears the way for the Dakota Access Pipeline.

[ad_1] Activists at Oceti Sakowin near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation brace for sub-zero temperatures expected overnight on Dec. 6 outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota.Scott Olson/Getty Images This story originally appeared on the Guardian and has been reproduced here with permission through Climate Desk. The Dakota Access Pipeline is in the final process of getting

The Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre

[ad_1]   The Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre (GESAC) is a wonderful place that offers great entertainment experience to people who love water sports. It is one of the best aquatic sports centres in Australia. This water sports facility is designed to suit the needs of people of all age groups. It has two