It was a close race in the women's 4x200 freestyle relay ... and then Katie Ledecky jumped in the pool. After winning silver with the USA Women's 4x100 Meter Freestyle relay crew on August 6th, 2016; Ledecky took gold on August 7th, 2016 for the 400 meter freestyle and she broke the world records as well.
Bridgeport Major Bill Finch has lost the Democratic primary to former Mayor Joe Ganim. Ganim was elected to run the state’s largest city five times (5x), but has been out of elective politics for years after spending seven years in federal prison after being convicted on 16 charges, including extortion, bribery, and racketeering while in office. How is this at all possible? When a young men or women who get in a trouble for mister meanors crimes has a difficult time getting a job.
Before Joe Ganim’s legal troubles, he was considered a potential candidate for governor after helping Bridgeport with bankruptcy issues and bringing a new Bluefish ballpark and arena to the city. Though Finch’s campaign indicates that violent crime and property crime is lower now than during any period in which Ganim was mayor. They say violent crime has fallen 13-percent since he’s been in office.
Do you feel it is fair for a man who has spent time behind bars, has a second chance to become mayor?
Meals I have enjoy and think is great if you want eat well, feel great and not gain weight.
This meal only has 394 Cal/per serving
How to make this meal:
3 TBSP olive oil
4 6-oz boneless skinless chicken breasts kosher salt and pepper
2 TBSP Balsamic Vinegar
2 Scallions, thinly sliced
1 green apple cut small pieces
1 stalk celery, thinly sliced
2 TBSP Fresh lemon Juice
1 15-oz can lentils, rinsed
2 Cups baby spinach, chopped
1/2 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley roughly chopped.
Heat 1 TBsp oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Season the chicken with 1/2 tsp each salt and pepper and cook until golden brown and cooked through, 8 to 10 minutes. thereafter add the chicken to vinegar.
In Large bowl; toss scallions, apple, celery, lemon juice, 2 Tbsp oil, 1/2 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp pepper. Fold in the lentils, spinach and parsley.
Server with Chicken..
Quick and easy.. Taste great..
Most mothers proudly post pictures of their children on social media sites and delight at the antics young children perform as they are learning about the new world around them. As children get older, they continue to amaze (and aggravate) parents as they become their own unique person with thoughts and interests of their own.
The progression from being a single woman with no children to a doting, wise mother is such a natural one that it is difficult to imagine a time when motherhood wasn’t the best thing a woman could do. Indeed, there likely wasn’t a time when mothers weren’t considered the most important contributors of society.
In Ancient Egypt, Hathor was the goddess of joy, love and motherhood. And, she was worshipped by everyone—royalty, rich and common folk all left gifts at her temples for so long historians haven’t been able to pinpoint a beginning. The same can be said for Isis, another Ancient Egyptian goddess who was also worshipped in the Roman Empire and ancient Greece. Or Bona Dea, a Roman fertility goddess worshipped in secret by women. And, the famous Venus of Willendorf statue, carved almost 30,000 years ago (estimated), is only one of many statues believed to represent a mother goddess.
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Sometimes in life most wonders why things are done and the purpose behind said action; is there any real significant results in doing a walk that is a symbolic gesture to saving lives? Well the same question can be asked about the Olympics; why would someone train for four years for one moment in time? Just to compete among the best in the world to show a united front, for their country in sportsmanship. The reason is the same for both walking to save lives for “Breast Cancer “and the Olympics; it’s a united action for a cause, to show togetherness about something people believe. The Olympic is one of the few events that happens that everyone in the world is watching regardless of language barriers. As the "Breast Cancer Walk" is one of the few event that people take the time out to do in order to show how significant it is for people to understand how this disease is affecting lives. Cancer is so close to everyone, because it’s only six people removed from being close to you in some aspect if you’re not the carrying or have a family member with Cancer.
"Although a lot of risk factors might raise your possibility of developing breast cancer, it's not yet known just how several of these risk factors cause cells to become malignant. Hormones appear to may play a role most of the time of breast cancer. A few of the frequent causes include, extreme using contraception drugs, having kids following the age of 30, being overweight or overweight, booze and smoking, abnormal breast biopsy, individual history of breast cancer (hereditary). To sum everything, merely being a lady may be the primary risk factor for developing breast cancer! It's essential to obtain a medical evaluation along with a mammography completed at every phase of adolescence to menopause. Signs like swelling of breasts, mounds and pain, release in the mammaries shouldn't be ignored."
The 2014 Breast Cancer walk, which took place at Manhattanville College, has been an event that Longe Magazine takes part in every year for the last five years. For all the years, Longe remembers the first year there, being the best. What makes the first few more significant in memory? It's been of pure and happens for the team when we did it without our lives taking over after the walk. When the walk was finished, we would relax at our host home and enjoy the day. As we mature with the event, we get more busy, so it's just another item on our schedule. So Longe's goal is to find ways to make this event more than just a cancer walk, make it an event that leaves impact and allows people to understand, remember and appreciate the reason they choose to be a part of this event in the first place.
With that Said, look out for the Connecticut Pink Party for the 2014 than can help make this walk a building block for more than just a walk.