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Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

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Tonight episode of Made in Chelsea was pretty eventful. We saw four break ups (two of which happened to Sam Thompson), an incredibly classy slumber party and a very awkward kiss on a street corner (not so classy). It was an eventful hour on our telly boxes to say the least, so here were the talking points that set Twitter on fire this evening.

1. It turns out Sam Thompson was a bit of a player all along.

Who knew that behind that cheeky grin and adorably awkward demeanour, he thinks he Snoop Doggy Dog and has been chasing Lucy Watson sister. This didn go down well on Twitter. Victoria thinks dehydrated people want Coca Cola rather than, y water.

According to Victoria, Lucy to guys like the last Coca Cola in the desert Huh?

No one wants coca cola in the desert, Victoria. Ideally, they want water. Cheap Jerseys from china https://www.cheapjerseysgty4.top Lauren doesn know how to apologise to someone.

Saying after every nice thing you say isn really an apology, soz. In Chelsea, a slumber party consists of a lot less ugly hair in a top knot and face masks than we used to.

an earlier generation of Cincinnatians turned to Tiffany glass

CINCINNATI How many of us in the pews on Sunday morning glance heavenward without realizing the stained glass windows above may be the work of the famed Louis Comfort Tiffany?

It not so surprising that the Cincinnati Art Museum has what some consider a significant Tiffany collection, but Tiffany windows and Tiffany decorative arts can also be found in churches throughout town.

From Mt. Auburn Presbyterian to the Church of the Advent in Walnut Hills, you can see Tiffany stained glass work, oftentimes given in memory of loved ones more than a century ago.

WCPO Insiders can view photos of many of the Tri State Tiffany windows, and see our list of eight local places where you can see these works of art of yourself.

CINCINNATI How many of us in the pews on Sunday morning glance heavenward without realizingthe stained glass windows above may be the work of the famed Louis Comfort Tiffany?

It’s not so surprising that the Cincinnati Art Museum has what some consider a significant Tiffanycollection,but Tiffany windows and Tiffany decorative arts can also be found in churchesthroughout town.

FromMt. Auburn Presbyterian to the Church of the Advent in Walnut Hills, you can see Tiffany’s stained glass work, oftentimesgiven in memory of loved ones more than a century ago.

What makes Tiffany glass special?”Tiffanymixed metals, enamels and colored gemstones such as opals, tourmalines, moonstones and sapphires, in keeping with the subduedcolorationsof his impressionistic paintings and technically brilliant leaded glass.” Tiffany Calvary Episcopal Church This church in Clifton features five Tiffany windows. Built in 1868 in an English Gothic style, the church was named by the National Register of Historic Places to Clifton Avenue’s Historic District in 1979.

(Photos courtesy of Calvary Episcopal Church)

“The windows enhance the spiritual atmosphere of the room. The church is lucky to have them,” said Sanford Martin, a member of Calvary since 1936.

The center chancel window was given by Mrs. George K. Schoenberger in memory of her husband, George K. Schoenberger, who lived in Scarlet Oaks.

GrigginT. Edwin and Grace Miller gave the left chancel windowin memory of their parents, Emmanuel and Sarah Miller.

On March 16, 1904, the second window on the north side of the nave was given by Mrs. Fannie Burnet (Resor) Law in memory of her husband Charles Henry Law. This is a signed Tiffany window and the most valuable in the church.

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian The Rose Window in the balcony at Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church. (Photo by WCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)

Seventeen Tiffany windows grace Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, according to Diane K. Smith, a church member and elder.

“Our congregation, visitors and scholars have always remarked about the beauty of the sanctuary’s golden oak interior and stained glass windows. It is an exceptional historic and spiritual space,” said Smith, a former professor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church is home to 17 Tiffany windows.(Photo byWCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)

The windows at Mount Auburn Presbyterianinclude:

The Parable of the Sower was dedicated in 1890 by the children of Anthony Hughes Hinkle The Rose Window in the balcony was dedicated by Mrs. Hugh Stewart in 1889, in memory of her sister. Mrs. This window refers to the biblical story found in Matthew 19:14. The center bay window is dedicated to Sunday School scholars, in memory of Mrs. George K. An endowment from longtime members Ruth and Fran Rosevear restored the windows as part of the 2008 2009 capital campaign. Willet Hauser Architectural Glass Co. and Rolf’s Stained and Leaded Glass Studio did the work.

Church of the Advent The Grandin Family donated five Tiffany windows to Church of the Advent between 1896 and 1920.

(Photo byWCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)

“We worship with them (Tiffany windows),” said longtime Advent parishioner Barb Haven, 82, who gives tours that feature the windows of the Episcopal church in Walnut Hills. When Advent started a website, Haven recommended adding information about the windows.

The Holy Family Series includes three windows named The Carpenter (representing Joseph), The Shepherd Boy (Jesus) with the Lamb and The Spinner (Mother Mary). This series was given in memory of Florence Bates McFadden by her son Philip, her sister Fannie and her sister Alice in the 1920s.

Christ Church Cathedral In 1890, Christ Church underwent a major facelift called the “Tiffany Renovation.” Tiffany designed a new interior for the church based on the then popular Byzantine influence. There are many pictures of that interior as it was unaltered until the old church was torn down in 1955.

Remnants of the renovation can still be found in the Chapel of the Ascension on the second floor of the cathedral’s Parish House. There are also some Tiffany tiles surrounding the altar in the meditation area near the columbarium(public storage area for urns holding cremation ashes).

In addition, two of the original six Tiffany lamps that hung in the old church are found there. These are made from what was called turtle glass.

(Photo byWCPOContributor Joseph Fuqua II)

A student at the University of Cincinnati wrote a paper on the Tiffany renovation, giving details of the renovation and suggesting that the work at Christ Church was the prototype for the chapel built by Tiffany at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1892 a structure

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Series Lead In Stanley Cup Final CBS Boston

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

Final, 2 0 Bruins: That all she wrote for Game 3. The Bruins outplayed the Blackhawks for just about the entire game, and Rask was, well, Rask. Put it together, and it adds up to a 2 1 series lead for Boston.

Third period, 11.9, 2 0 Bruins: The Bruins are going to win, but not before a brawl. Chara got into it with Bickell in front of the net, and then a full on line brawl broke out. Shaw and Marchand squared up, and after they wrestled each other to the ice, Shaw delivered a very heavy left punch to Marchand, while Marchand was lying on the ice.

Third period, 1:45, 2 0 Bruins: The Bruins kill the penalty, their 26th straight, with Bergeron and Paille relentlessly working to clog any possible shooting lanes.

Third period, 4:05, 2 0 Bruins: A couple of good chances get stopped by Crawford, and now it the Blackhawks heading to the power play, as Krejci gets called for hooking to break up a potential short handed rush.cheap nfl jerseys http://www.cheapnflsalejerseys.com It do or die time for the Blackhawks.

Third period, 6:04, 2 0 Bruins: A nightmare night for Dave Bolland continues, as he skates a familiar path to the penalty box for tripping.

Third period, 9:12, 2 0 Bruins: No shots on net, no sweat. Bruins kill off the penalty, their 25th in a row, dating back to the Rangers series.

The home crowd showed its appreciation with a rousing ovation after the penalty expired.

Third period, 12:04, 2 0 Bruins: Well, if the Blackhawks were looking for a chance, now is it. McQuaid hauled down Marcus Kruger, drawing a penalty. We see if the B can kill off their 25th straight penalty.

Third period, 12:42, 2 0 Bruins: A long wrister from Bickell is the best the Blackhawks can muster, as the Bruins are doing a dandy job of keeping the puck deep in the Chicago zone and killing clock. They need another goal for this one to be safe, but their defense has prevented too many dangerous chances from developing.

Third period, 14:48, 2 0 Bruins: Maybe the Blackhawks are saving their desperation for later? I just not seeing any indication that they competing on the same level as the Bruins. I know they capable of it, because they have done it through the first 11 periods of the series, but they getting beat right now.

Third period, 16:29, 2 0 Bruins: No power play goal for Boston, but the B are controlling play early in the third, not letting off the gas pedal.

Third period, 20:00, 2 0 Bruins: Third period under way. Sixty seconds of power play time. (It opened with another Bergeron faceoff win, making him 20 for 23).

End of second period, 2 0 Bruins: David Krejci walked along the goal line and put a shot on net just before the clock hit zeroes, but Crawford was down on the ice to keep it out of the net. The Bruins will have 60 seconds of power play time when the third begins. A goal there would just about put this one away.

Obviously, that was a nearly perfect period for the Bruins. They played hard while skating 5 on 5, and Paille no quit effort to pickpocket Bolland before the first goal gave the Bruins a lead. By driving to the net first Kelly, then Paille the Bruins drew two penalties, scoring seconds after the first one expired to double the lead.

The Bruins did indeed smarten up after taking two penalties in the first, and Rask has been good when needed. He at 18 saves through two periods, while his teammates have been credited with 13 blocked shots (Dennis Seidenberg tops among them with four.) The Blackhawks, meanwhile, have blocked just two Boston shots, despite the Bruins attempting 34 shots toward net (two have been blocked, six have missed the net).

The Bruins have also dominated at the faceoff dot, winning 69 percent of draws in this game. Bergeron, who scored the second goal, has won 19 of his 22 draws, helping to sway that number in the Bruins favor.

It not complicated for the Bruins now. Clear out the front of the net, let Rask see shots, make smart breakouts, take a 2 0 lead. Of course, against a team as talented as the Blackhawks, that always easier said than done.

Second period, 1:00, 2 0 Bruins: Another power play opportunity for Boston, this one a gift from Chicago: unsportstmanlike conduct on Dave Bolland.

Second period, 5:55, 2 0 Bruins: Patrice Bergeron got denied from the doorstep earlier in the game, but not this time. After controlling the puck off the draw, the Bruins cycled the puck to Jagr in the right corner. With Lucic occupying two white jerseys in front, and with Bolland on his way into the zone from the box, Jagr pass through traffic made its way right to Bergeron tape in front of the goal line to the left side of the net. With an open net staring him in the face, Bergeron lifted his shot over the downed Crawford. B lead 2 0.

Second period, 6:10, 1 0 Bruins: Well, the Blackhawks penalty kill was doing pretty well, until Daniel Paille broke free with a chance on net. Hjalmarsson took him out on his way to the net, drawing a tripping call and giving the Bruins 11 seconds of a two man advantage before another 1:49 of power play time.

Second period, 8:00, 1 0 Bruins: Boston going to get an opportunity on the power play here, after Chris Kelly gets cross checked from behind on his way to the net by Dave Bolland. Pretty easy call for the ref to make, and pretty huge opportunity for Boston, which entered tonight with a 16 percent success rate on the power play. The Blackhawks have killed 93.7 percent of penalties this postseason, so it won be easy.

The teams are unsurprisingly matching up pretty evenly with each other. Rask made a diving stick save to cover the post on a Stalberg wraparound attempt, which was probably Chicago best chance. Patrick Kane is no doubt kicking himself for taking far too long to fire a shot after a gorgeous feed by Seabrook, allowing Rask to set up shop and get in position to take away Kane options.

Second period, 14:50, 1 0 Bruins: Momentum is a very real thing, and the Bruins are riding it right now. The Bergeron line, with Chara and Seidenberg on the blue line, just put forth a relentless effort in the offensive zone. No goals came of it, but it not what the Blackhawks are looking for right now.

Second period, 17:47, 1 0 Bruins: The Bruins have the lead.

Tyler Seguin was robbed by Crawford, who got just enough of Seguin shot with his glove to deflect it into the corner, but Daniel Paille was there to pick pocket Dave Bolland and fire a laser high to Crawford glove save, beating him and giving the Bruins a 1 0 lead.

Safe to say that Paille Kelly Seguin line is clicking.

Second period, 20:00, 0 0: The second 20 is under way in Boston.

End of first period, 0 0: A scoreless first period is in the books in Game 3, with the Blackhawks two power plays help level out the shots (B lead 11 10) and the overall game in the latter half of the period.

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A Q with the chancellor

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

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opinionHeadlinesLETTER: A low cost path forward on Grand Forks libraryMIKE JACOBS: Pipeline protest changes perceptions on the PlainsLETTER: The double boost of an indoor sports facility in Grand ForksOUR OPINION: Can Grand Forks help panhandlers find jobs?LETTER: Voter feels deceived by Measure 4On Aug. 24, North Dakota University System Chancellor Mark Hagerott sat down for an interview with the Herald Editorial Board. The transcript that follows has been edited for clarity and length.

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Our family has been farming since the 1880s, and I recently discovered a cache of family photos. In the photos, you can track the transformation of the Hagerott farm. It goes from horse and human powered agriculture at first, to photos in which first the horses disappear, then the 15 man threshing crews disappear.

By 1938, you see my grandfather with his mechanical combine and Ford truck. One person could do the harvest.

Recently at a family reunion, my cousin had this drone that he built for less than $50. He stood with it by the old threshing machine that was in the earlier photos from 1910.

He was standing there with this drone, and we all knew it was happening again.

And this transformation is going to be just as profound as those earlier ones.

So it was exciting to be at the conference. While I was there, I spoke to several leading figures in “big data” from Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and from Illinois. And the thing that should be music to all of your ears is why they practically tackled us, and why Northrop Grumman also asked for a meeting.

It’s that two massive events are happening. The first can be called “intelligent machines at rest”; that’s all the big data hubs, all the computers, the Google search engine stuff.

But the second development is that intelligent machines now are moving through three dimensional space in the air, on the roads and that has massive data implications.

But Illinois doesn’t have a test center. Oak Ridge doesn’t have a test center. Who has a test center for unmanned systems that’s integrated with a major university?

Right now, I think there’s one: at UND.

So they were very interested. And those excess buildings you have at UND right now? That could be a make lemonade out of lemons situation, because I’ll tell you that at Johns Hopkins University and MIT and so on, there is no space. People literally would be fighting over this, because if they see a group showing up to do unmanned systems, they’ll ask, “Who’s going to have to give up space for this?”

In contrast, here we have a wonderful campus and a wonderful town, in both of which there’s room to grow.

Q. Regarding the budget, there’s been discussion about recent cuts in university programs, including music therapy at UND. The thought was the schools should have checked with each other to coordinate their actions and lessen the impact on students.

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Monday, December 23rd, 2013

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