But before they left the garden the Tin Woodman, who was fond of flowers, chanced to espy
a big red rose growing upon a bush; so he plucked the flower and fastened it securely in the tin buttonhole of his tin bosom.
Conceived by artist and Elysium Gallery director Daniel Staveley out of a desire to bring a regular series of ambitious contemporary photography exhibitions to Wales, Espy
offers a first prize for analogue photography and a first prize for digital photography.
As I wrote three weeks ago, both the politics and the numbers were stacked for Hyde-Smith and against Espy
, 64, replied: "I don't know what's in your heart but I know what came out of your mouth."
Cindy Hyde-Smith is looking to become the state's first woman elected official in Congress, while Espy
could become Mississippi's first African-American senator since Reconstruction.
Hyde-Smith first defended the statement as an "exaggerated expression of regard" for the supporter before offering a limited apology during a debate with Espy
It's a race that has grown more heated in the last week as video emerged of Hyde-Smith praising a supporter by saying: "If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be on the front row." Hyde-Smith said that was "an exaggerated expression of regard." She has counterattacked against Espy
by pointing out that he lobbied for a later-deposed African leader who's now on trial for crimes against humanity.
Even CNN's Alice Stewart, who was gushy in her praise of Espy
and considerably less so of Hyde-Smith, nonetheless observed
Whereas Stephens' anecdote was that "Sing, Ignis" had been inspired by a German folk song which had been recorded in different translations by Ives and Dyer-Bennet, Espy
's commentary had the poem itself being recorded in different translations (?) by the folksingers.
“We are proud to have represented the property owner, Harper Peterson, who through his efforts over a 25 year period, ensured the vitality and ongoing presence of this historic property,” said Espy
. “The new tenant, Kabob and Grill, will be a great addition to the downtown Wilmington market.”
recently left the UO to become senior vice president for research at the University of Arizona.
broadcast premiered an exclusive vignette, featuring Gonzalez's journey from grizzly mountain man to presenter, culminating in his appearance onstage at the show.