The 16-year-old son of John Travolta and Kelly Preston has died in the Bahamas.

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(2 Jan 2009) HEADLINE: John Travolta’s teenage son dead
CAPTION: The 16-year-old son of John Travolta and Kelly Preston has died in the Bahamas.
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1. John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston on the red carpet at the 80th Academy Awards
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2. Travolta talks to reporter on the red carpet at the Palm Springs International Film Festival
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3. John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston on the red carpet at the 80th Academy Awards
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4. John Travolta, left, and Kelly Preston, right, and their daughter Ella at the premiere of “Hairspray”
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5. John Travolta talks to reporters on red carpet
John Travolta’s 16-year-old son has died. Police say Jett Travolta has a medical episode Friday while vacationing with his family in the Bahamas. He was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead.
Jett Travolta was the oldest son of John Travolta and wife-actress Kelly Preston. They also have an 8-year-old daughter named Ella.
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Mary Had a Baby, 6th Lesson – Lycoming College Chamber Choir – 2018 Christmas Candlelight Service

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The 2018-2019 Lycoming College Chamber Choir performs “Mary Had a Baby” during the Christmas Candlelight Service at Lycoming College on December 9, 2018. For more on the choir, visit

“Mary Had a Baby” was arranged by Charles A. Black. The choir is directed by Dr. Daniel Hall. The soloists are Shannon Burr and Evan Armstrong.

“Mary Had a Baby” is followed by the Sixth Lesson, delivered by Justin Ossont. The Sixth Lesson: Matthew tells of the birth of Jesus (Matthew 1).

The Christmas Candlelight Service, or Festival of Lessons and Carols, is held annually at Clarke Chapel on the Lycoming College campus. Performances by the choir and hymns sung by the congregation are interspersed with nine lessons summarizing key points from the Bible as well as opening and closing prayers. The Festival of Lessons and Carols dates to England in the late nineteenth century, and one of the most well-known services has been held at King’s College in Cambridge every year since 1923.

The Lycoming College Choir is the largest of three choral groups at Lycoming College, a historically Methodist four-year private college in Wiilliamsport, Pennsylvania. It is the college’s “full choir” and supplies music for every major school event on campus. It is open to students from all academic fields and to every student who loves to sing.

The choir’s repertoire consists of both sacred and secular music ranging from classical standards to new works by contemporary composers, as well as folk, world music, and modern styles.

In its seven decades, the Lycoming College Choir has performed hundreds of concerts including appearances at the National Cathedral, the Washington Shrine, the Crystal Cathedral, Coral Ridge, and New York City’s St. John the Divine and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The Choir also gives frequent performances during Sunday services at Williamsport-area churches, including First United Methodist, Pine Street United Methodist, St. Mark’s Lutheran, and St. John’s United Methodist. In addition, the Choir often hosts and performs with visiting college choirs, such as various friendship choirs from Europe, and with local orchestras.

Approximately 40 students are chosen annually from the Lycoming College Choir to perform with the Tour Choir, which has a long history of quality performances throughout the United States and the world. Since its inception in 1947 by Walter McIver, the Lycoming College Tour Choir has presented concerts in every state east of the Mississippi River, Texas, California, Canada, Puerto Rico, Argentina, China, and throughout Europe. The choir tours nationally each year and internationally every three years. Most recently, in May 2016, the Tour Choir traveled to China for the first time, performing concerts in Shanghai and Beijing and holding workshops with a number of secondary schools’ choirs.

Lycoming’s third and smallest choral ensemble is the Chamber Choir, which performs a diverse repertoire ranging from vocal jazz to major works. The Chamber Choir has been featured twice in the Holiday Celebrations at the White House, and the ensemble has sung with the Gregg Smith Singers, the Chieftains, and Barry Manilow.

Lycoming College is an independent coeducational college of 1,400 students enrolled in 36 majors. The College is ranked by U.S. News and World Report as a national liberal arts college. Located in Williamsport, PA, the college is affiliated with the United Methodist Church.

Dallas | Wikipedia audio article

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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:

00:02:39 1 History
00:02:49 1.1 Pre-colonial settlement
00:04:04 1.2 Settlement and development
00:05:45 1.3 20th and 21st centuries
00:08:43 2 Geography
00:09:50 2.1 Architecture
00:11:26 2.2 Neighborhoods
00:11:35 2.2.1 Central Dallas
00:12:34 2.2.2 East Dallas
00:13:29 2.2.3 Southern Dallas
00:15:55 2.3 Districts
00:16:05 2.4 Topography
00:21:22 2.5 Climate
00:28:17 3 Demographics
00:35:47 3.1 Religion
00:41:19 3.2 Crime
00:42:40 4 Economy
00:53:58 5 Arts and culture
00:54:08 5.1 Cuisine
00:54:31 5.2 Arts and museums
01:00:34 5.3 Libraries
01:01:24 5.4 Events
01:03:24 5.5 Places of interest
01:03:34 6 Sports
01:04:16 6.1 Major league
01:07:36 6.2 Minor league
01:08:36 6.3 College
01:10:00 7 Parks and recreation
01:11:25 7.1 Fair Park
01:12:00 7.2 Klyde Warren Park
01:13:13 7.3 Turtle Creek Park
01:14:04 7.4 Lake Cliff Park
01:14:57 7.5 Reverchon Park
01:16:16 7.6 Trinity River Project
01:17:10 7.7 Katy Trail
01:18:08 7.8 Preserves
01:19:14 7.9 Dallas Zoo
01:19:40 8 Government
01:19:49 8.1 Local
01:21:15 8.2 Federal and state
01:22:04 8.3 Politics
01:24:30 9 Education
01:24:56 9.1 Colleges and universities
01:25:33 9.1.1 Colleges and universities in the Dallas city limits
01:30:56 9.1.2 Colleges and universities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area
01:34:38 9.1.3 University Research Center
01:34:46 9.2 Other area colleges and universities
01:36:34 9.3 Primary and secondary schools
01:39:32 9.3.1 Private schools
01:40:48 10 Media
01:45:43 11 Infrastructure
01:45:53 11.1 Health care
01:47:34 11.2 Police and fire
01:48:42 12 Transportation
01:50:45 12.1 Highways
01:53:06 12.2 Transit systems
01:57:13 12.3 Airports
01:59:23 12.4 Utilities
02:00:13 13 Sister cities
02:01:12 14 See also

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– Socrates

Dallas () is a city in the U.S. state of Texas. With an estimated 2017 population of 1,341,075, it is the ninth most-populous city in the U.S. and third in Texas after Houston and San Antonio. Dallas is the main core of the largest metropolitan area in the Southern United States and the largest inland metropolitan area in the U.S. that lacks any navigable link to the sea. It is the most populous city in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the country at 7.3 million people as of 2017. Dallas is the seat of Dallas County. Sections of the city extend into Collin, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall counties.
Dallas and nearby Fort Worth initially developed due to the construction of major railroad lines through the area allowing access to cotton, cattle, and later oil in North and East Texas. The construction of the Interstate Highway System reinforced Dallas’s prominence as a transportation hub, with four major interstate highways converging in the city and a fifth interstate loop around it. Dallas then developed as a strong industrial and financial center, and a major inland port, due to the convergence of major railroad lines, interstate highways, and the construction of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, one of the largest and busiest airports in the world.Dallas is rated a “beta(+)” global city. The economy of Dallas is considered diverse, with dominant sectors including defense, financial services, information technology, telecommunications, and transportation. It serves as the headquarters for 9 Fortune 500 companies within the city limits. The Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex hosts additional Fortune 500 companies, including American Airlines (Fort Worth), ExxonMobil (Irving), and J.C. Penney (Plano). The city has a population from a myriad of ethnic and religious backgrounds and the sixth-largest LGBT population in the United States.

The Base Of Knowledge Is Torah

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Pray this prayer of Repentance & Salvation, and ask Christ Jesus to come into your life and Save you from Sin and the Wrath of God.
Father God, in the name of Jesus, Thank you for your Son Jesus Christ who died on The cross because of my sins and the sins of this world. I believe that Jesus Christ came to earth, The Holy God in the form of a man, lived, was crucified, hung on a cross, died and was buried, rose up on the 3rd day and that same Jesus Christ was God in html the flesh. I believe that Jesus Christ did all this for ME, and I accept Jesus Christ as MY Lord and Savior. I am confessing with MY own mouth and I do believe in MY own heart that He truly is God. I confess MY sins to you and you alone and I am asking for forgiveness.

Zero Demo! Tommy Sandoval, Corey Glick, Local Quickie Skaters – Tulsa, OK

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Zero Skaters stopped by Quickie Mart in Tulsa, OK to skate an awesome demo & throw out some merch.

Shot & Edited by Seth Harcrow of the B.O.B.
Hover Cam Footy shot by Matt Taylor

Bethel Search and Rescue

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The log book at Bethel Search and Rescue headquarters reveals a busy start to the year.

1/04/2018  –  Report of a man seen walking away from town into the tundra. 

1/05/2018  – Report a woman lying on the ground outside of town. 

1/06/2018  – Citizen calls to report a woman attempting to walk to Kwethluk, 18 miles away.

It goes on and on, detailing the efforts it took to find them.

There have been more than a dozen calls so far this month. Searches can last more than eight hours. One man was so hypothermic, he had begun removing his clothes.

The notes so far all have one thing in common, alcohol.

“Alcohol has always been available but it’s become more readily available now,” says Mike Riley, president of Bethel Search and Rescue (BSAR). 

Bethel voted to allow liquor sales in 2015 for the first time in four decades.

“It’s causing a problem with people consuming alcohol while traveling between Bethel and villages, and that’s when they start having problems,” says Riley.

Bethel Search and Rescue is a volunteer organization. They have about 120 members, but the list of those who can respond quickly is closer to 20. Many of them have families, full-time jobs. The calls for help usually come in the early morning hours.

“We’ve been getting a little frustrated lately because it seems like everyone has been drinking.” says volunteer Perry Barr. “It was almost a nightly basis we were getting these phone calls for people drunk on the trail and our members were getting physically, and emotionally tired.”

Still, when the call for help goes out, volunteers always go. 

“Some of them are friends or relatives that turn up missing or go into the water.” says Peter Atchak, former president of BSAR.

Many people in the organization have lost someone close to them.

“I got lost in the tundra for five days, froze some toes, some fingertips, and they brought me home.” Says volunteer Sam Samuelson. “So I’ve been giving back ever since.” 

The organization says they have refocused efforts at prevention in recent years. By better marking trails, open water, and rough patches of ice road, they hope to prevent people getting lost.

Breast Cancer Awareness – The Blood Still Works – Concord Church (Dallas)

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October 5, 2014 – 10 am worship service – The Concord Church choir sings “The Blood Still Works” as a song of strength and encouragement in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, as we stand with survivors and fighters in faith for a cure!

Led by Music Ministry Director, Gaye Arbuckle.

Visiting Kodiak Alaska – A Few Views of Kodiak to Consider

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This video does not contain brown bears. Youtube would not let me choose a thumbnail for my video so I had to upload a photo (I shot this on Kodiak though) so I didn’t have those three dumb dots on the screen. I do have bear videos coming. So please stay tuned to see those! I have AMAZING pictures as well! Hope you will check out my website to see the photos and stay tuned for the videos! 🙂

Kodiak Island Alaska is one of the most remote and beautiful places I have ever seen in this amazing world. There are so many natural beautiful things to see and do on Kodiak.
Here are just a few of the places you will want to go to and see while visiting and photographing Kodiak.
I would HIGHLY recommend photographing Kodiak Island. Each bend in the road promises new surprises. Some of my most favorite views were heading toward to the town of Chiniak where they recently had the big fire.
Don’t miss touring the United States Coast Guard Base in Kodiak while your there. It is the biggest and largest Coast Guard Base in the United States.

Neat movies and TV shows have been filmed on Kodiak and at the base. Ill add to this list when my internet connection is better.

TV Show – Deadliest Catch, Kodiak,
Movies filmed in Kodiak – The Guardian (Kevin Kostner and Ashton Kutcher)

Chuck Wagon Gang on Reno’s Old Time Music with Ronnie Reno on RFD-TV December 7 | 7:00 pm EST

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Chuck Wagon Gang on Reno’s Old Time Music with Ronnie Reno on RFD-TV
Chuck Wagon Gang With over 40 million albums sold, you don’t want to miss their inspirational performance on Reno’s Old Time Music

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Woodrow Wilson | Wikipedia audio article

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Woodrow Wilson

00:03:58 1 Early life
00:06:17 2 Education
00:09:04 3 Marriage and family
00:10:11 4 Personal interests
00:10:57 5 Academic career
00:13:08 6 Political science author
00:13:18 6.1 U.S. and British system contrast
00:17:53 6.2 Public administration
00:20:15 7 President of Princeton University
00:25:55 8 Governor of New Jersey
00:30:05 9 Presidential election of 1912
00:30:16 9.1 Democratic nomination
00:34:20 9.2 General election
00:37:43 10 Presidency (1913–1921)
00:37:54 10.1 First term (1913–1917)
00:43:22 10.1.1 Tariff legislation and income tax
00:44:19 10.1.2 Federal Reserve System
00:46:46 10.1.3 Antitrust and other measures
00:48:51 10.1.4 Mexican Revolution
00:49:55 Pancho Villa
00:51:32 10.1.5 Miners strike, wife’s death and remarriage
00:54:29 10.1.6 Events leading to U.S. entry into World War I (1914–16)
01:00:59 10.2 Presidential election of 1916
01:05:46 10.3 Second term (1917–1921)
01:05:58 10.3.1 Entry into World War I
01:11:08 10.3.2 Home front
01:14:15 10.3.3 The Fourteen Points
01:15:22 10.3.4 Peace Conference 1919
01:19:10 10.3.5 Treaty fight, 1919
01:21:49 10.3.6 Post war: 1919–1920
01:23:22 10.3.7 Other foreign affairs
01:26:34 10.3.8 Incapacity
01:28:28 10.3.9 Prohibition
01:30:12 10.3.10 Women’s suffrage
01:32:02 10.3.11 Post war economic depression
01:32:27 10.4 Administration and Cabinet
01:33:05 10.5 Judicial appointments
01:33:14 10.5.1 Supreme Court
01:33:58 10.5.2 Other courts
01:34:16 11 Final years and death
01:36:59 12 Race relations
01:43:12 13 Memorials
01:45:22 14 Works
01:46:21 15 Media
01:46:29 16 See also
01:47:02 17 Notes
01:47:11 18 Bibliography
01:47:20 18.1 Biographical

Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.

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– improves your listening skills
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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
– Socrates

Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was an American statesman and academic who served as the 28th President of the United States from 1913 to 1921. A member of the Democratic Party, Wilson served as the President of Princeton University from 1902 to 1910, and as Governor of New Jersey from 1911 to 1913, before winning the 1912 presidential election. As president, he oversaw the passage of progressive legislative policies unparalleled until the New Deal in 1933. He also led the United States during World War I, establishing an activist foreign policy known as “Wilsonianism.” He was one of the three key leaders at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, where he championed a new League of Nations, but he was unable to win Senate approval for U.S. participation in the League.
Born in Staunton, Virginia, to a slaveholding family, Wilson spent his early years in Augusta, Georgia, and Columbia, South Carolina. His father was a leading Southern Presbyterian and helped to found the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America. After earning a Ph.D. in political science from Johns Hopkins University, Wilson taught at various schools before taking a position at Princeton. In 1910, Democratic leaders recruited him to run for Governor of New Jersey. Serving from 1911 to 1913, Wilson broke with party bosses and won the passage of several progressive reforms. Wilson’s success in New Jersey gave him a national reputation as a progressive reformer, and his Southern roots helped him win favor in that region. After several ballots, the 1912 Democratic National Convention selected Wilson as the party’s presidential nominee. Theodore Roosevelt’s third-party candidacy split the Republican Party, which re-nominated incumbent President William Howard Taft. Wilson won the 1912 election with a plurality of the popular vote and a large majority in the Electoral College.
Upon taking office, Wilson called a special session of Congress, whose work culminated in the Revenue Act of 1913, introducing a federal income tax which provided revenue lost when tariffs were sharply lowered. He also presided over the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, which created a central banking system in the form of the Federal Reserve System. Other ma …