If you really like beer, you might enjoy many different styles or just a few. The person who is a ‘well-rounded’ beer drinker really enjoys the diversity of beer. Whether it is light or dark, simple or heavy, bitter or sweet, there is a beer out there that will fit the style. So, today we
Day: December 9, 2015
I have to admit, I love art that pushes the limits and challenges me intellectually. Case in point, check out this week’s artist, Sharon Zimmerman, who exhibits at the Lakes Region Art Association gallery at Tanger Outlets in Tilton. Classically trained, Sharon Zimmerman is a painter who works in collage, in fabric and more. She
by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS—More than thirty years ago, back in the Summer of 1985, the world came together to help famine stricken Ethiopia. The Live Aid Concerts in London and Philadelphia, raised both public awareness and impressive final assistance for the starving masses in the East African country. The
by Ken Gorrell, Weirs Times The liberal-progressive Slate magazine’s recent article, “Obama: The Statue of Liberty Lays Out Some Pretty Clear Guidelines on the Whole Refugees Thing” provides a window into the President’s mixed-up thinking: “On the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, there are the words we know so well.
December is a time for reflection for many of us. It is a month we sit down to not only go over in our heads all of the events of the preceding year and how we might improve on it but also to contemplate one of life’s never ending mysteries, the property tax bill. Some