Broken Arrow wrestler Allison Hynes makes history

A BROKEN ARROW EIGHTH GRADE GIRL IS COMING UP BIG ON THE WRESTLING MAT, BEATING VOICE AND MAKING HISTORY. REFERENCE — WRESTLING IS A CONFIDENCE BUILDING TOOL FOR ALLISON HINDS HEINZ– WINTER SHE IS PUT EVERYONE ON NOTICE. SHE WON THE INVITATIONAL AND NAMED THE MOST OUTSTANDING WRESTLER, THE ONLY GIRL TO EVER WIN IN… Read More »

Sean Hayes on The History of Comedy

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ] >> Jimmy: THAT'S WHAT AMERICA IS MOST EXCITED ABOUT. YOU HAVE A DOCUMENTARY. >> THAT IS SO GROSS. >> Jimmy: ON CNN. >> YES. >> Jimmy: WHICH I AM A PART OF. >> YES. >> Jimmy: IT'S CALLED "THE HISTORY OF COMEDY. " >> "THE HISTORY OF COMEDY," EIGHT-PART DOCUMENTARY… Read More »

A history of Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld | CNBC International

It all began back in 1926 when Adele and Edoardo Fendi set up a leather goods store. But the Fendi empire truly took shape in 1946 when their five daughters joined. Paola, Anna, Carla, Franka and Alda change silhouettes, employ new materials and embrace modernity. Of course these most famous collaboration is with its creative… Read More »

This Day in Fort Worth History: February 8,1887

On February 8, 1887, Luke Short shot and killed “Longhair” Jim Courtright in a gunfight in downtown Fort Worth. Courtright was City Marshall of Fort Worth from 1876 to 1879. Courtright always wore two six-shooters and drew from the right hip with the right hand. He was famed to be faster than Wyatt Earp and… Read More »

Tombs in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt

Archaeologists have spent many years discoveringand studying ancient Egyptian tombs, so that we can learn more about this fascinating periodof history and find out about the people who lived at this time. I'm about to go deep underground into an ancientEgyptian tomb, the places where the Egyptians went when they died. And it's really, reallydeep,… Read More »

Daily life in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt

Welcome to Pa-demi, an ancient Egyptian villagewhere nobody's lived for over 3,000 years. Believe it or not it was once really busy,teeming with life, a very noisy, bustling kind of place. The village lies near a place called the Valleyof the Kings where ancient Egypt's kings, known as pharaohs, were buried in huge tombsdeep underground.… Read More »

This Week in Adventist History (February 10, 2017)

And finally for today's program, let's turnto David Trim for a look at Adventist history. The church's South American territory is oneof the denomination's fastest growing regions, with nearly two and a half million members. But let's see how it first got its start witha little more than five thousand members. Welcome to this week… Read More »

The History Of Hand Gestures

History of 6 Useful Hand Gestures. Number 6, Military salute. Saluting comes from the basic etiquette ofremoving your hat to show respect. British military conduct from the 18th centurydictated that personnel remove their caps in the presence of superior officers. But as time marched on, military headgearbecame more cumbersome, particularly for Britain's Coldstream Guards and… Read More »