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Fire at the Unified Arts (UA) Building at the Brookline Hisgh Scool


28 unsuspecting people on a bus, jubilantly headed for what they hoped to be more celebration. Instead, they were met with fear, tragedy and a glimmering hope. A tractor trailer and a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos Junior Hockey League Team from the¬†western Canada’s Saskatchewan province collided just north of Tisdale. While some lives hang in the balance, life will never be the same for those involved. There’s no going back, and going forward won’t be easy, but it can and will come in time. Community will now step in as will those around the world. You don’t have to know someone to care or grieve for loss. Tragedy, pulls at your heartstrings, it makes you want and hope for change. It makes you realize just how precious life is and what is and isn’t necessary. What’s important now, is being there for all those who lost someone or has someone in recovery. Support those in mourning in whatever way you can. Strength comes from love and support. Time heals all wounds.

We love you Saskatchewan!

The Crash©

Copyright 2018

By Felina Silver Robinson


Shooting reported at Maryland high school


3 dead, 3 jump from burning apartment building


Bethenny Frankel is quite the entrepreneur. Now she has turned her interest to flipping high end apartments with none other than Fredrik Eklund. Are you intrigued? Check out this piece from Jocelyn Vena from December which premiers their new show.

Bethenny & Fredrik Take Their Bromance to Bravo This February: Get Your First Look at Their Series

 


Somewhere in Boise, two 500-year-old skeletons discovered in Idaho’s high desert plains are stored in a secure place as three Native American tribes try to claim the remains and anthropologists lament a lost research opportunity.


Most days I sit with my mother who is recovering from a stroke due to her advanced breast cancer. I thought to myself, how can I fill the time with useful conversation.¬† I decided that once regular conversation about family was exhausted, I would dip into the vast pool of good news and uplifting stories.¬† Today I stumbled across this amazing site Bittersweet Monthly. Today’s heartwarming story is entitled Blackstone Bicycle Works

19-year-old Aaron Davis is a truly inspiring man who builds, rebuilds and fixes bikes.  He uses bikes to deliver packages and in his free time he races. Aaron is a true artist. He also loves to work with sculpture. So if you happen to be lucky enough to be in Chicago, you might want to look him up. Maybe, just maybe some of his talent will rub off on you.

I hope you enjoy this good news story of the day.