Tag Archives: App

Rail Nation goes Mobile!

I’m Petr and I’m responsible for Rail Nation at Bright Future and Travian Games. In the past we’ve been asked by many people why don’t we also make Rail Nation available for mobile devices. For smartphones, tablets, etc. The game is ideally suited to it actually. It’d be awesome to be able to play a… Read More »

Are Rideshare Services Like Uber Legal?

Ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft are now operating in cities all over the world, but they don’t appear to follow any of the normal rules for taxis or car services. In fact, they don’t even have to register as a car service. So, what’s going on? Are Uber and Lyft even legal? Technically, Yes.… Read More »

The Catholic Processional Cross and the Roman Standard

During the entrance procession, incense is carried before an acolyte who holds a long staff that bears the quintessential Christian symbol —the cross. Despite being part of the liturgy since at least the 6th century, the custom of processing while holding aloft ceremonial objects predates Christianity. Several cultures like the Egyptians, Babylonians and Greeks had… Read More »

CCHS Raiders – The Official App of Central Catholic High School

(dramatic intense music) – Hi, I’m Billy Hylla, I’m the Athletic Director here at Central Catholic High School. – Hi, I’m Alison Nichols, I am a coach at Central Catholic for girl’s basketball. – Hi, I’m Coach Canepa. I’ve been here eleven years as the head football coach. – I’m Mitzi Lucas Central Catholic Raider,… Read More »

YouTube Music – Tina’s Theme

[engine revving] [engine rumbling] – Thank you. [Machet’s “Naturally”] – [singing] Girl naturally That’s how your love did come so easily Oh come run naturally – Mommy! – [laughing] Hi. – [singing] That’s how your love… – Oh, my, God, I got ya. – [singing] So easily – Muah. – Thanks, baby girl. [gasps] Oh,… Read More »

Catholic history of Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, Lent and Ash Wednesday

Carnival is a time a festive merry-making immediately preceding the liturgical season of lent. In the United States, the most popular celebration of Carnival began in Louisiana in 1837 and is today more commonly known as “Mardi Gras.” Since then, millions of visitors have partaken of the festive atmosphere, particularly in New Orleans “French Quarter,”… Read More »