I do not know what it is...
I saw this exhibit last week and liked it very much. There were 3 notable portraits-Queen Elizabeth I when she was probably mid 30s, her father Henry VIII as a young man of maybe 20 or so, and his son, Edward, by Jane Seymour, as a toddler. There are some beautiful landscapes and portraits of some lesser known nobles.
While there I went to the greenhouse to see the amaryllis. So beautiful!
The picture accompanying this article is not from the Berger collection. It is from a local artist who had several pieces similar to this shown. I didn't care for it. Hated the ship hulls decoupaged with the Louis Vuitton logos.
Boston and Orlando have music communities? I had no idea. Frankie camps? I had no idea. I've seen this stage production before - on Broadway the year it won the Tony for Best Musical and a couple of years later in Las Vegas. But the music is fun and I'll see it again at the Orpheum on Saturday.
The Senate needs to do it's job. If they can't do their job, they need to be sent home without their paychecks, benefits, or pensions.
I think that insurance companies that refuse to participate in the ACA, like BCBS and United Healthcare, should be banned from selling any insurance in the State of Tennessee.
I won't mind watching Trump go down in a ball of flames. I hope he takes the Senate with him.
Potential voters who distrust the government are disproportionately represented in Trump's followers. People who distrust the government are less likely to feel that their votes will be counted or that their votes will affect the outcome of the election and will stay home rather than vote. For Trump to tell these people that the system is rigged against him (and them) reinforces this distrust. And Trump's loss becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Corker needs to distance himself from the Republican standard bearer. That is unless he plans to participate in the coup Trump is planning to launch in a couple of weeks.
@Brunetto--I don't keep up with what the SBC is doing, but I'd be surprised if they weren't supporting Donald Trump for president. Not withstanding his recently publicized remarks, I doubt they are trying to convince their congregants that he's the anti-Christ. That's a term they usually reserve for Hillary.
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