A trifecta of summer festivals
Woman’s voice: “Hello.” Buffalo News: “Hello ... fried Oreos from St. Peter’s United Church of Christ on the North Tonawanda side. • Nearby, the Fellowship of God’s Word hawks homemade cannoli. How can you go wrong?
Special Edition~Your Words@NN13: Street Prophets
Social harmony and balance is necessary among the people and this allows them to work and live together. Harmony begins with words: words are living things and continue to live long after they have been spoken. Most people can reach into their backpack of ...
What to do when Taste of Buffalo, Canal Fest and the Italian Festival collide
Woman’s voice: “Hello ... an astute fan advised on Canal Fest’s Facebook page. Get those deep-fried Oreos from St. Peter’s United Church of Christ on the North Tonawanda side. • Nearby, the Fellowship of God’s Word hawks homemade cannoli.
Quest to save tribal languages
("Hello, boys and girls.") "It's probably my funnest class," said Amanda Merwin, whose family is Ojibwe. Her mother speaks a few words, and "my Dad is kind of learning. But I'm way better." The school would love to have an immersion program, said Kathy ...
Word for Word / High School Speeches; Farewell, Dear Fellow Graduates. Hello, Whoever I Am.
Tanya Holthusen was the valedictorian in a class of 29 at Red Lake High School on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. She lives in Ponemah (pronounced Po-NEE-mah), or Where the Wind Blows. Miss Holthusen, an Ojibwa, spoke on the ...