Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Good News for Jan. 13 from Mary Beth

Miracle of Nice brings hockey stick back home

It was a young hockey fan's dream come true: After the Winter Classic between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Detroit Red Wings at Wrigley Field on New Year's Day, a Detroit player motioned to Kalan Plew, then handed him the stick he had used in the game.

Click here to read more about what the media has dubbed The Miracle of Nice.

Marching band from Georgia realizes its dream

First someone tossed an envelope containing 500 dollar bills on the doorstep of the high school before scurrying away, a gift for the marching band.

Find more about this inaugural miracle here.

Mapping the sea and its mysteries

In 1953, when Sylvia Earle began studying algae, the marine plants and related microbes were often considered weeds or worse. Boaters ridiculed them as scum that turned patches of sea into pea soup.

To read more about ocean secrets which have been uncovered, click here.

Super Bowl appetizer recipes almost as popular as the commercials

It's the biggest sports and television event of the year, and there's a very important question we must ask. So what are you preparing for your Super Bowl parties?

Click here to get some great ideas from the recipe archives of the New Orleans Times Picayune!

The March of Death: A Culture Commits Suicide

What happens to a society when life is devalued? How does a Christian society respond? Read what Chuck Colson has to say on the subject here.

No comments: