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archaeologist on the hunt for amelia earhart’s remains


an expedition to search for the remains of amelia earhart is set to begin on saturday, and archaeologist fred hiebert says they are hopeful human bones will be found. earhart and her co-pilot fred noonan went missing on july 2, 1937. they were on their way to howland island in the south pacific as part of…






this is why the mystery of amelia earhart endures 80 years later


eighty years ago amelia earhart disappeared during the last leg of her quest to fly around the world.        






bone-sniffing dogs will search for amelia earhart's remains on remote island


if the bones belong to earhart, it will end decades of theories about what happened on the day the pilot went missing.        






the world’s unsolved airplane mysteries


over the years, the airline industry across the world has witnessed several tragic plane crashes, some of which have perplexed both aviation experts and the public. from amelia earhart’s ill-fated flight to the unsolved mystery behind the disappearance of malaysia airline flight mh370, aviation authorities have faced several challenges over the years despite an improvement in…






space photos - satellite images


credit: nasa/jpl-caltech/space science institute monday, april 3, 2017: embedded within saturn's rings are several mini-moons, or moonlets, that create propeller-shaped gaps in the ring material. nasa's cassini spacecraft captured this close-up view of one of these propellers, informally named earhart, in saturn's a ring on march 22. to the right of the propeller is the 200-mile-wide (320-kilometer-wide) encke gap, a space in saturn's rings caused by the orbit of a moon called pan, which is about 1,000 times more massive than earhart. if earhart were as big as pan, it might have enough gravity to clear a similar gap. but the moonlet is only massive enough to create this small, propeller-shaped opening. — hanneke weitering






aviator, engineer’s innovations showcased at aurora museum – the denver post


by quincy snowdon, the aurora sentinelwhat do flying bears, amelia earhart and arapahoe basin ski area all have in common?they all have ties to aurora, colorado, by way of robert stanley, founder of stanley aviation, which was headquartered in the city for more than half a century and once claimed the title of aurora’s largest employer.stanley, a wildly accomplished aviator and engineer who pioneered several flight innovations — including the ejector seat — is one of the focuses of the newest exhibit at the aurora history museum, entitled “from manufacturing to marketplace: innovation at stanley aviation.”the exhibit explores how the former aircraft and aerospace manufacturing facility morphed from a stalwart of the aurora economy to the recently rejuvenated stanley marketplace, a roughly






saint amelia school download


download download with the saint amelia school mobile app, your school district comes alive with the touch of a button. easily navigate through current news and events or check out the latest updates with social media like facebook and twitter. quickly retrieve contact information, sporting scores, lunch menus, and more. it's your school district available at your fingertips.






'uber for ambulances' - a new type of emergency rescue


a new initiative in the dominican republic is crowdsourcing volunteers in medical emergencies. amelia martyn-hemphill went onboard to see how it works.a new initiative in the dominican republic is crowdsourcing volunteers in medical emergencies. a film by amelia martyn-hemphill for bbc world hacks. like, share, engage.






image of the day


embedded within saturn's rings are several mini-moons, or moonlets, that create propeller-shaped gaps in the ring material. nasa's cassini spacecraft captured this close-up of the earhart propeller in saturn's a ring on march 22.






make-a-wish colorado’s sporting affair – the denver post


schwachman-diamond syndrome is a rare genetic disorder affecting bone marrow, the pancreas and skeletal system, believed to occur in only one of every 75,000 people.olympic figure skater scott hamilton, who has also survived brain and testicular cancer, was diagnosed with it as a child.three colorado siblings who also have schwachman-syndrome — 16-year-old ethan, 13-year-old adrianna and 8-year-old sadie — were the special guests when make-a-wish colorado hosted its 11th annual sporting affair.mistress of ceremonies amelia earhart of 9news introduced the youngsters to guests attending this dinner and auction held at wings over the rockies air & space museum.she also shared the happy news that each of them will soon experience a dream come true, thanks to make-a-wish colorado.ethan will tra






the women saving lives using sewage


28 march 2017 last updated at 00:59 bst a film for bbc world hacks by amelia martyn-hemphill. like, engage, share.






plastic waste turned into clothes, to save our oceans


how one company is turning trash into cash.a film by amelia martyn-hemphill for bbc world hacks. like, share, engage.






why are people paying $6 for a bag of human waste?


28 march 2017 last updated at 00:59 bst the women saving lives using sewage.a film for bbc world hacks by amelia martyn-hemphill. like, engage, share.






250 decorate hearts at milagros del corazon auction – the denver post


the chicano humanities & arts council (chac) found plenty of love this month when 250 artists, community leaders and schoolchildren decorated wooden hearts for the auction that was part of a popular fundraiser called milagros del corazon.the 18th edition of milagros del corazon, or miracles of the heart, was held at the new recreative gallery, a space at 765 santa fe drive, which once was home to the space and point galleries. it’s conveniently located across the street from the chac gallery and cultural center,  772 santa fe drive.those who decorated hearts included such established artists as meggan deanza, who is perhaps best known for her santos and retalbos; jerry rael, whose work is influenced by the native american culture; florian maldonado, who used oils to create “cowboy break,”






tarvel: finding the real cuba


amelia rayno – star tribunegallery: historical photographs and relics of fidel castro, ernest hemingway and the cuban revolution at revolucion, a dorm-sized museum in santa clara.






ultimate beer bracket: choose your favorite minnesota brewery's tourney journey


let's talk food, from restaurants and recipes to farmers markets, food issues and wine. lee svitak dean, rick nelson, amelia rayno and kim ode will start the conversation.






'grey's anatomy' brings more owen-amelia drama


tv picks for thursday, march 23watch this:“grey’s anatomy” (8 p.m., abc): what’s going on here? maggie’s mother, diane pierce, returns to grey sloan, but maggie is still in the dark as to why she’s really showing up now. meanwhile, owen and amelia hash out their problems as they work a trauma case together, and bailey tries to mend her relationship with richard.“superstore” (8 p.m., nbc): when mateo faces complications with his transfer to a cloud 9 signature store, he becomes desperate to resolve his undocumented status. meanwhile, amy helps glenn battle an internet troll, jonah and cheyenne try to give mateo legal counsel, and dina and garrett take issue with corporate.“scandal” (9 p.m., abc): after discovering new information about the assassination of frankie vargas, olivia makes a sho






travel season expected to be brisk as memorial day weekend kicks it off


the cogbill family of suburban minneapolis thought memorial day would be a great time for its first-ever family camping trip. but a peek at the weather forecast for minnesota this weekend revealed possible showers, and temperatures in the 50s.they opted for the sunny skies of phoenix instead, undeterred by the expected three-day holiday rush.“we’re used to traveling, so it’s no big deal,” said kandice cogbill, who waited for her flight daughters malorie, 6, and amelia, 3, in terminal 1 at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport friday morning.this memorial day, minnesotans are expected to brush off those dreary spring doldrums and take to the highways, rails and skies to jump-start the summer vacation season. experts predict a fairly brisk one.about 74 percent of the 400 minnesotans






dr. willie parker on christianity and abortion: ‘no god i believe in would judge


dr. willie parker is christian. he’s also a staunch supporter of women’s right to an abortion, and he travels from one clinic to another to provide the procedure.in the ever-roiling debate over abortion rights in america, dr. willie parker is a singular voice.raised in a christian household in alabama, parker is a harvard-educated ob-gyn who has been performing abortions almost exclusively for years, traveling from one clinic to another in places where he is needed the most.“preserving access is my calling,” parker writes in his new book, “a life’s work,” which will bring him to seattle’s town hall on june 6. “as a christian and a doctor, i am committed to protecting women’s health.”author appearancedr. willie parkerthe author of “a life’s work: a moral argument for choice” will be in conv






black and loving bollywood - bbc news


what is it like to be a black bollywood megafan? haitian nurse fabienne menoud wrote an open letter about it. video journalist: natalia zuo and amelia martyn-hemphillyou can follow bbc trending on twitter @bbctrending, and find us on facebook. all our stories are at bbc.com/trending.actress speaks out against 'casting couch culture'chinese respond to 'rude' stereotype






st. patrick's day parade 2017: see photos


(credit: craig ruttle)a drummer with the u.s. merchant marine academy pauses while marching along fifth avenue during the new york city st. patrick's day parade friday, march 17, 2017, in manhattan.(credit: craig ruttle)fdny members get the crowd fired up as they march during the new york city st. patrick's day parade friday, march 17, 2017, in manhattan.(credit: craig ruttle)fdny members walk behind a banner displaying an image of yadira arroyo during the new york city st. patrick's day parade friday, march 17, 2017, in manhattan. arroyo was killed thursday when jose gonzalez, 25, commandeered her ambulance and then ran her over.advertisementadvertise here(credit: craig ruttle)an fdny honor guard, carrying 343 flags representing those lost during the 2001 attack on the world trade center,






variations on the mint julep


japanese “julep”serves 1.note: shiso leaves are available at asian grocery store. it is called tía tiô in vietnamese stores. mint can be substituted. from amelia rayno.• 1 1/2 c. crushed ice, divided• 5 shiso leaves or fresh mint (see note)• 2 oz. (1/4 c.) japanese whiskey• 4 1/2 tsp. pickled plum simple syrup (see recipe)• splash of waterdirectionspile a cup of the crushed ice in a traditional mint julep silver cup with a straw. arrange 4 shiso leaves on 1 side.place the fifth leaf between your palms, clap (to open up the fragrant oils) and add to a shaker with the remainder of the crushed ice, the whiskey, splash of water and the simple syrup. shake hard and pour over the crushed ice.nutrition information per serving:calories 215 fat 0 g sodium 65 mgcarbohydrates 22 g saturated fat 0 g t






st. patrick's day parade 2017: see photos


(credit: craig ruttle)fdny members get the crowd fired up as they march during the new york city st. patrick's day parade friday, march 17, 2017, in manhattan.(credit: craig ruttle)fdny members walk behind a banner displaying an image of yadira arroyo during the new york city st. patrick's day parade friday, march 17, 2017, in manhattan. arroyo was killed thursday when jose gonzalez, 25, commandeered her ambulance and then ran her over, causing her death.(credit: craig ruttle)an fdny honor guard, carrying 343 flags representing those lost during the 2001 attacks on the world trade center, walk past trump tower as they march during the new york city st. patrick's day parade friday, march 17, 2017, in manhattan.advertisementadvertise here(credit: afp/getty images / jewel samad)a new york pol






scene + heard: pacer center gala


the pacer center’s 35th annual benefit was filled with laughs and inspirational stories.comedian and former “tonight show” host jay leno entertained an estimated 2,000 people at the minneapolis convention center. emcees were wcco-tv anchors frank vascellaro and amelia santaniello.bloomington-based nonprofit pacer, founded in 1977 to help parents whose children have physical, mental or emotional disabilities, fielded more than 45,000 requests for assistance throughout the country in the past year.






view the solar eclipse with care (and special glasses)


view with care (and special glasses)• don't look directly at the eclipse without proper eyewear. use special eclipse glasses, which are outfitted with a solar filter, and be sure that they meet international organization for standardization specifications.• cover your eyes with your eclipse glasses before looking up at the sun, and look back down at the ground before taking them off.• if your eyewear is scratched or damaged at all, discard it.amelia rayno






view the solar eclipse with care (and special glasses)


view with care (and special glasses)• don’t look directly at the eclipse without proper eyewear. use special eclipse glasses, which are outfitted with a solar filter, and be sure that they meet international organization for standardization specifications.• cover your eyes with your eclipse glasses before looking up at the sun, and look back down at the ground before taking them off.• if your eyewear is scratched or damaged at all, discard it.amelia rayno






tennessee man wounded by officers charged with assault


johnson city, tenn. (ap) — a tennessee man has been arrested on assault charges in connection with a traffic stop that ended with troopers shooting and wounding him.the tennessee bureau of investigation said in a news release friday that 39-year-old richard d. jenny of johnson city has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count of unlawful possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. he was arrested friday and held on $75,000 bond.according to the statement, jenny pulled a weapon after two troopers with the tennessee highway patrol stopped a speeding vehicle in which he was riding. troopers fired at jenny and hit him. he was taken to a hospital and treated.bureau spokeswoman leslie earhart said jenny is white. authorities haven’t released the troopers’ races or identi






scene + heard: pacer center gala


photography423183494 the pacer center's 35th annual benefit was filled with laughs and inspirational stories. comedian and former "tonight show" host jay leno entertained an estimated 2,000 people at the minneapolis convention center. emcees were wcco-tv anchors frank vascellaro and amelia santaniello. bloomington-based nonprofit pacer, founded in 1977 to help parents whose children have physical, mental or emotional disabilities, fielded more than 45,000 requests for assistance throughout the country in the past year. shareemailprintmoreshare on:share on linkedinshare on google+share on pinterestcopy shortlink:purchase:order reprint may 19, 2017 — 11:55am






3 columbus zoo polar bear cubs named


columbus, ohio — three polar bear cubs born to two different mothers at a central ohio zoo last year now have names.the columbus zoo and aquarium looked to the public for help in naming anana's female cub born nov. 8. amelia gray emerged as the winner in the worldwide contest.zoo staff chose the names for aurora's twin cubs born nov. 14. the female cub is named neva, meaning white snow, and the male is nuniq, after the cubs' late father.nanuq fathered five surviving offspring as part of a conservation effort at the zoo. he was euthanized in april after veterinarians determined he had liver cancer and few options for treatment.






cause of blaze that killed 6 children remains undetermined


baltimore — baltimore fire officials say the cause of a january blaze that killed six children remains undetermined.the baltimore city fire department said thursday the cause of the jan. 12 fire is unknown "after months of an intensive comprehensive investigation."fire chief niles ford says the department's heartfelt condolences continue to go out to the family.the jan. 12 fire killed six of katie malone's nine children, including 11-year-old bridgette; 10-year-old amelia; 3-year-old twins amanda and zoe; 2-year-old billy; and 8-month-old daniel.malone's 8-year-old daughter erin managed to get her mother and siblings jack and jane, aged 4 and 5, out of the house, which collapsed before her other six siblings could be rescued.






u.s. supreme court justice ginsburg tells stanford about "a meaningful life."


what makes a meaningful life for u.s. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg?“to put it simply, it means doing something outside yourself,” she said monday night at stanford’s memorial church, in conver ion with the university’s the rev. professor jane shaw, dean for religious life.“i tell law students … if you are going to be a lawyer and just practice your profession, you have a skill — very much like a plumber,” she said. “but if you want to be a true professional, you will do something outside yourself … something that makes life a little better for people less fortunate than you.”welcomed with thunderous applause, she opened by reading from her book, citing relationship advice (“sometimes it helps to be a little deaf”), her father-in-law’s career advice (“you will find a way”), rai






an alpha female's guide to men and saving your marriage from feminist rage


suzanne venker is a cultural critic and author of the new book, “the alpha female’s guide to men and marriage: how love works.” mary katharine ham and joy pullmann interview venker on the federalist radio hour about how strong women can learn to make their marriages less competitive and more complementary.venker discusses some of the differences between the sexes and how some of ways women empower or assert themselves in the workplace, may cause conflict in their relationships. “it’s not that men can’t handle strong women. it’s that there’s a difference between strong and being strong-willed, where you refuse to back down,” she said. “your strength is wonderful for [men], but not when it’s used against them.”later in the hour, writer and author amelia hamilton joins mary katharine in studi






u.s. supreme court justice ginsburg tells stanford about "a meaningful life."


what makes a meaningful life for u.s. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg?“to put it simply, it means doing something outside yourself,” she said monday night at stanford’s memorial church, in conver ion with the university’s the rev. professor jane shaw, dean for religious life.“i tell law students … if you are going to be a lawyer and just practice your profession, you have a skill — very much like a plumber,” she said. “but if you want to be a true professional, you will do something outside yourself … something that makes life a little better for people less fortunate than you.”welcomed with thunderous applause, she opened by reading from her book, citing relationship advice (“sometimes it helps to be a little deaf”), her father-in-law’s career advice (“you will find a way”), rai






books: a dancer, a thriller, the birth of a museum and more


welcome to books this week! i’m los angeles times books editor carolyn kellogg with the news of what we’ve got for you, and more.the big essayback when david kipen — now one of our critics at large — was director of literature at the nea, he met a man with a crazy idea: a museum dedicated to authors and writing. kipen recalls that meeting, and considers how we think about what culture belongs where, on the occasion of the opening of the american writers museum in chicago. (he hasn’t been yet; if you have, let me know!)charles rex arbogast / associated pressat the american writers museum in chicago.at the american writers museum in chicago. (charles rex arbogast / associated press)book reviews“isadora” is not a history of the famous dancer isadora duncan; it’s a biographical novel. “amelia






rare jaguar xkss to be offered at amelia island


caption50th anniversary of the black cat demonstrationon feb. 11, 1967, they held a large, public gay-rights demonstration that pre-dated the famous stonewall riots in new york city by two years. on saturday night, people celebrated the 50th anniversary of the demonstration. on feb. 11, 1967, they held a large, public gay-rights demonstration that pre-dated the famous stonewall riots in new york city by two years. on saturday night, people celebrated the 50th anniversary of the demonstration. 






what bartender extraordinaire nick kosevich drinks, and where


getting to know nick kosevich, bartender extraordinaire and co-founder of bittercube. we asked about his favorite ...thing to drink: whatever’s in my hand.but seriously: an old-fashioned.place to drink: marvel bar.dive bar: schooner tavern.thing to drink there: a shot of jim beam and a miller high life.thing to drink at home: wine. i love pink bubbles. of all the liquids, that is my favorite to drink. in a mug. while wearing a bathrobe. but i make [wife] allison cocktails. she really likes the research and development runoff.tv show: “cake boss.”place to eat: zen box izakaya.thing to eat there: the tonkotsu ramen; add sweet corn. i think that’s actually the best ramen i’ve ever had.hobby: building rockets, biking and fishing with my son [12-year-old owen].place to bartend: lawless [distill






oscars 2017: best dressed celebrities


oscars 2017: best dressed celebritiesfrom goddesses to dapper dudes… all descended on the most glorious and glamorous red carpet of the year aka the oscars! here’s our pick of the best looks that stole the show at #oscars2017!1/32all comments (0)priyanka chopra2/32all comments (0)amy adams3/32all comments (0)mahershala ali4/32all comments (0)laura dern5/32all comments (0)ryan gosling6/32all comments (0)meryl streep7/32all comments (0)naomi harris8/32all comments (0)riz ahmed9/32all comments (0)salma hayek10/32all comments (0)jamie dornan and amelia warner11/32all comments (0)brie larson12/32all comments (0)viola davis13/32all comments (0)andrew garfield14/32all comments (0)charlize theron15/32all comments (0)emma stone16/32all comments (0)nicole kidman17/32all comments (0)halle berry18/32a






the tv tipping point: where do we go from here?


it’s time for a change.we’ve reached a tipping point: it’s now more common than not to subscribe to one or more streaming tv services.that’s where this digital life column comes in, which is being overhauled for the time being to zero in on the over-the-top (ott), as in over-the-internet, industry. once a week, i’ll pick a product or service and review it. or i’ll dedicate a column to answering particularly complex or common questions submitted by readers.why?because while the bulk of american households still have a cable or ellite tv package, the percentage is shrinking with each p ing year. and those who aren’t ready to cut the cord completely are ready to cut back: twice as many pay tv subscribers downgraded (12 percent) their pay-tv service than upgraded (6 percent) it in 2016, accord