- published: 07 Mar 2013
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I went traveling after studying in Manchester for a year. I had a great time and discovered some amazing places! Part 2 will be coming in the next few days! I'm still a bit new to this style of filming, so bear with me while I learn! Thank you so much for watching ❤ Check out all the links below, and please subscribe!☮ ---------------------------------------------------- ♡ TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/aWildflowerLife ♡ INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/aWildflowerLife ♡ TUMBLR http://awildflowerlife.tumblr.com ♡ PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/SirisLife
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9.12.2012: Coach Ryan Moniz of Portsmouth High School, and Coach Geoff Marcone of the La Salle Academy Rams talk about their teams and chances in this Friday evening's high school football game of the week. Providence Journal video by Kris Craig and Glenn Osmundson More: http://news.providencejournal.com/sports/high-school/2012/09/video-portsmouth-and-la-salle-prepare-for-football-game-of-the-week.html
Exploring the theme of the human body, mind and emotions, 3 female artists with very unique styles have collaborated for an exhibition at Portsmouth’s art space studios. Taking inspiration from medical journals as well as personal experience, the trio use beads, textiles and pen and ink to convey anatomy, visualize pain and give the viewer an insight to internal feelings.
LITHUANIAN IN PORTSMOUTH
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10.25.2011: Students Atlantis Charter School in Fall River River try to find their way through the 8-acre corn maze at Escobar Farm in Portsmouth on Tuesday morning. If you were to walk the whole thing, it would be two miles and there would be 85 times where you would have to decide whether to turn left or right. This is the 12th year for the maze. The Providence Journal/Kathy Borchers
Defence giant BAE Systems is reviewing its warship business, raising fears of job losses at sites including its historic Portsmouth dockyard. The GMB union said consultants had been hired as part of a study into the future of the company's shipbuilding business. Regional organiser Gary Cook said there was only a few years' work left at Portsmouth, with the prospect of winning orders to build merchant ships "not great" because of subsidies paid to firms in other countries, particularly the Far East. "BAE is looking for naval work from other nations. There are opportunities and the UK is very well placed because we have a reputation that is second to none, with a highly skilled and motivated workforce. This must be made to count for something," he said. The union's comments follo...