These group gatherings can take place either outdoors in a public park or within a private garden but people have been told to be careful if guests need to travel through a house to get to a garden. Barbecues are allowed. … [Read more...] about Weekend lockdown breakers WILL be fined: Police warning as TWO Sage experts warn that social distancing is being eased too early and UK braces for mass rule breaking in scorching weather
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His father was a scientist who worked on fire control computers for the US Navy during World War II. But after the war, he left his scientific career to become a civil rights lawyer. He would go on to help write enforcement language for the Civil Rights Act of 1964. “Reading his papers, that inspired me to run for office,” Foster says. … [Read more...] about Op-Ed: Why we need scientists to run for public office now
ESA and the agency's partners have already built part of the base. Using a mixture of silicon, aluminum, calcium, iron and magnesium oxides meant to simulate regolith — a mixture of dust and dirt — found on the moon, ESA and its partners printed a 2,205-pound (1,000 kilograms) piece of what part of the home could look like. … [Read more...] about Could 3D printers build a future moon base?
Barbara Hammond Marran, long-time Wilmette resident, recently of Winnetka, passed away Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at Evanston Hospital. She was 85. She was born Barbara Grant Hammond on June 22, 1934 to Grant and Dorothy (Bews) Hammond in New Haven, Conn. An exemplary and accomplished student at Lauralton Hall, Barbara graduated at age 16, then shocked her family by choosing the University of Maryland over the women's Catholic college she was expected to attend. That brave choice determined the course of her wonderful journey, as she met graduate student Jim Marran at Maryland's Newman Club. Jim delighted in telling how he first glimpsed Barbara leading a tour of the school library, exuding her trademark grace and leadership, and how early dates in nearby Washington, D.C. included studying at the Library of Congress and attending Dwight D. Eisenhower's inaugural parade. James and Barbara were married August 25, 1956 in New Haven. They soon followed his teaching career to Illinois, moving … [Read more...] about North Shore Death Notices: May 12 To May 18
Where Stewart came from, punk meant the Sex Pistols and Johnny Rotten—and the Shakespearean veteran of stage and screen readily admits he’s not the most well-versed in the punk-rock lifestyle. But “I believed in this world,” he said. “I was quite drawn to the colorful nature of [punk musicians] and that element of protest, of violent musical objection. It appealed to me because I’ve always been a socialist—and I’m way on the left, mostly. I don’t even get any more moderate as I get older.” … [Read more...] about Patrick Stewart on Making a Terrorist: ‘They’re Given a Role, an Identity, a Sense of Belonging’