On Monday, a senior politician in Hollywood announced his retirement, adding to the shocking changing of the guard ceremony by The Walt Disney Company.
Alan F. Horn, 78, will resign as the ch
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As Bainbridge grows and expands, new businesses continue to emerge. One of these new businesses is Curly's On the Flint, a walk-in restaurant located in... Read more | Add your comment
Written by Ashley P. Taylor October 30, 2021
If light travels very slowly, strange things will happen.
Light is the fastest moving thing in the universe. So, what would happen if the
Ceylon is known as the key to the lifeline of India and its allies, March 11, 1942. Ceylon Island is only 18 miles from southern India. Its strategic naval base in Trincomalee commands the starting