PUERTO Rico and Dominica are struggling to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Maria as the eye of the storm
nears the Turks and Caicos Islands.
While others might head indoors when bad weather is brewing, Mike grabs his camera and heads straight for the eye of the storm
Take a look at De Souza's perspective in the video above, titled "In the Eye of the Storm
THE EYE OF THE STORM
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is outrageous fun, thanks to the gleeful performances of Charlotte Rampling, Geoffrey Rush and Judy Davis.
Gloria Henke has always wished she didn't have so many responsibilities as a political leader commanding a squadron of battle cruisers, but things are about to get even more complicated when she's taken as a prison in war in a battle in which she's the eye of the storm
of new controversy.
Gene Robinson, the first openly gay priest to be elected a bishop of the Anglican Church, discusses this question at length in his new book, In the Eye of the Storm
The eye of the storm
landed south west of the city, which resembled a ghost town yesterday.
Now 24 and living in Shanghai, China, James is enjoying himself in the eye of the storm
Every penny Espinoza earns from her compelling memoir, Through the Eye of the Storm
(Chelsea Green, $14), goes straight to the nonprofit she started with her life partner, Ellen Ratner.
Here a foreshortened Cessna plane, angled as if sucked into the eddy by centripetal force; there a skinny fir tree, cutting a diagonal from the lower right-hand corner of the canvas to the eye of the storm
But as the monster storm neared the shoreline, the eye of the storm
ELLEN MACARTHUR: IN THE EYE OF THE STORM
Indianapolis is sort of like a reference for a time in Hell or the eye of the storm
," says Lyon, obviously pulling no punches.
Still, he says, "it's a little different when you're in the eye of the storm