Clear Creek ISD teams defended their home courts with championship wins Saturday in both the Peggy Whitley Classic girls basketball tournament and the Carlisle-Krueger boys basketball tournament.
If you missed the article, Hallisey told The Daily News on Tuesday he intended to get an item on the agenda for a Dec. 13 meeting calling for the council to consider firing the two.
A beautiful, vivacious, young woman with potential for being a productive citizen in our society has been snatched away by a very ugly epidemic — bullying.
Photo by Irene Amiet
The detail in a heron’s costume is worth a closer look through binoculars or a camera lens. Shooting against the sun creates a back-lit effect, highlighting the ethereal quality of feathers and bill alike. Humans are forced to use silk and gold-leaf to catch the light in similarly pleasing ways.
A French plague doctor, Charles de Lorme, created a bird-like mask in the 17th century to protect his breathing passages from germs. The Venetians adapted this contraption and turned it into a mask that appeared exotic and reminded people of their loved ones who had passed.
Still to this day, the Venetian mask-makers use real bird-feathers in adorning their costumes, knowing well that in order to seek flight from reality for this time of year, we need to become more like our winged friends.