Northern by birth—Southern by grace. Not exactly true, as I spent my first formative ten months living in Paducah, Kentucky. I grew up in Northern Ohio and am still a blood and steel Ohio State fan first and foremost, but I have lived in Georgia long enough (20 years) to understand the importance, or dare I say the necessity of being a Bulldog fan! Aside from football, I love spending time with my family, reading, cooking and talking—which is good in my line of business. I look forward to spending part of my day with you!
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Check out this great story here.
Several months ago the Manchester Museum in Manchester, England noticed that a Middle Kingdom statuette in the museum’s Egyptian Worlds gallery was spinning. The 4,000-year-old, 10-inch tall statue of Neb-Senu has been on display for 80 years, it was only recently that museum staff noticed it was rotating. This spooky time-lapse video shows the statue spinning 360 degrees behind a locked case.
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What did she say?
Ryan Wang, a talented 5-year-old prodigy pianist from West Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada, recently took second place at the American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition in New York City. Ryan has been playing the piano for less than two years and says the music just goes to his fingers. In a recent visit to The Ellen Show, Ryan performs Variations on a Russian Theme.