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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – It happens. Your alarm doesn’t go off, and you miss the school bus.  But...

CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI) - It happens. Your alarm doesn’t go off, and you miss the school bus. But instead of staying home, one committed high schooler rode his bike more than thirty miles to get there.

A stirring tribute to the soldiers and civilians who lost their lives on June 6, 1944 (D-Day). 9,000 silhouettes were carved into the sand of this Normandy beach, by some 200 volunteers, creating a heart-breaking visual for those around. In the artist's own words, “All around us there are relics of the Second World War, but the one thing that is missing are the people who actually died...we've very quietly made a big statement.”

Heartbreaking tribute…

Heartbreaking tribute on the beaches of Normandy France. Nine thousand silhouettes were created in the sands, each one representing a soldier or civilian who died there in Amazing courage and sacrifice.

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Mass Effect 3 Characters by Patryk Garrett

Stunning Mass Effect 3 Characters by Patryk Garrett. Patryk is a digital artist based in Lodz, Poland. I write to inform that you will be able to see my Mass Effect fan arts in a full glory (yes yes without… Continue Reading →

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Mass Effect 3 Characters by Patryk Garrett

Although Patryk is an avid Mass Effect fan but our focus isn& his play style so much as his visual style. Patryk, an artist, has drafted some amazing fan art for the upcoming Mass Effect 3 release.

Though it is petit at just two ounces per container, petit suisse is actually not Swiss at all. It’s a fresh, unripened cheese from the Normandy region of France that has a texture like a thick yogurt and a tart flavor similar to crème fraîche. It’s topped with jam or sugar and eaten at breakfast.  For the Francophiles:  There Are Two Eiffel Towers in France Right Now  Shop France Like a Brooklyn Boutique Owner  Paris Finally Has Good Coffee — Here's Where to Get It

12 Best Foods to Buy From a French Grocery Store

Though it is petit at just two ounces per container, petit suisse is actually…

Though it is petit at just two ounces per container, petit suisse is actually not Swiss at all. It’s a fresh, unripened cheese from the Normandy region of France that has a texture like a thick yogurt and a tart flavor similar to crème fraîche. It’s topped with jam or sugar and eaten at breakfast.For the Francophiles:There Are Two Eiffel Towers in France Right NowShop France Like a Brooklyn Boutique OwnerParis Finally Has Good Coffee — Here

12 Best Foods to Buy From a French Grocery Store

Petit Suisse from France, a fresh, unripened cheese from the Normandy region of France that has a texture like a thick yogurt and a tart flavor similar to crème fraîche. It’s topped with jam or sugar and eaten at breakfast.

Operation Overlord, (also known as D-Day), began on June 6, 1944, when some 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France’s Normandy region.  The invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults in history and required extensive planning.

Today is the anniversary of D-Day. Let us always remember the brave soldiers who stormed the beaches in Normandy to liberate the world from an unthinkable evil. Brave soldiers deserve to be remembered.

The Normande is a breed of dairy cattle from the Normandy region of north-west France. It is raised principally for its milk, which is high in fat and suitable for making butter and cheese, but also for its meat, which is marbled and good-flavoured. It is a world breed: it has been exported to many countries and is present on all continents.

The Normande is a breed of dairy cattle from the Normandy region of north-west France. It is raised principally for its milk, which is high in fat and suitable for making butter and cheese, but also for its meat, which is marbled and good-flavoured. It is a world breed: it has been exported to many countries and is present on all continents.

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