In early 2015, more than a year after Hollier had first heard about Tassin’s condition, she found out that she was the perfect match to be a donor – more-so than any other candidate. Things began to move forward.
9. Bruce Barclay When Bruce Barclay was elected chairman of the Cumberland County, Pennsylvania commissioners, the Republican appeared to be a dyed-in-the-wool conservative with old-fashioned values. His assertion that homosexuality was “a sin of nature,” then, came as no surprise and seemed to be a strong confirmation of his hard-right religious stance.
The revealing images aren’t supported by documentation, so very little, unfortunately, is known about the criminals’ lives. Sydney’s Justice & Police Museum, however, has delved into court and police records; among its discoveries is that Sidney Kelly, pictured here, was “a pioneer of illegal baccarat gaming.”
Just when you thought there were no more ways to express your patriotism, along comes architect Andrei Saltykov. His U.S. map shelf doesn’t just hold books but also doubles up as a learning tool for his five-year-old daughter, Gina, thanks to the 600 LEDs that mark the country’s main cities.
Two hijacked planes flew directly into the World Trade Center in New York, and another hit The Pentagon in Washington D.C. A forth plane crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after its brave passengers fought the hijackers for control. The 9/11 attacks left a total of 2,996 people dead.
“As soon as I passed him, he put his paw out, cocked his head and kind of looked at me,” Moon recounted in an interview with Today. “He tore a lap around the room, and then laid on my feet, and rolled up on his back, and looked at me. It felt like he chose …
Their names have been lost to the annuls of time, sadly, but a series of photographs released by the Boston Public Library illustrates their story. And it’s one that still echoes for large families in the 21st century.