Jennifer Brinker | firstname.lastname@example.org | twitter: @jenniferbrinker
You've more than likely seen one around town. A blank billboard with one simple message in black type:
"We have faith in you, St. Louis.
— St. Louis Catholic Sisters."
Fifteen religious communities who are part of the group St. Louis Catholic Sisters have placed two dozen billboards with this message around the St. Louis area. The campaign, which coincides with National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8-14, is meant to instill pride in the community and a desire to work for its betterment, according to a press release.
Belinda Monahan has analyzed more than 100,000 animal bones in Armenia from the Early Bronze Age (1200 B.C.) to the medieval period.
For the 44-year-old archaeologist from New Jersey, the thrill never wears off.
"When you look at a stork's lower-leg bone, it's about as long as my lower-leg bone; it's kind of startling," she said. "And it's always fun to look at bears. I look at their claws and think, 'Oh, those are cool!'"