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King Library Press Spring Book Arts Week...

LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 17, 2022) – Join University of Kentucky Libraries’ King Library Press for its Spring 2022 Book Arts Weekend with Traveling Printer Chris Fritton. Fritton will kick off the weekend with the free public lecture “Painting with the Press” at 7 p.m. Friday, March 25, in the Great Hall of the Margaret I. […]

On this day, March 16: 1st black America...

1/7 On March 16, 1827, Freedom’s Journal, the first black-owned and operated newspaper in the United States, was published in New York City. File photo courtesy of The Afro-American Press/Wikimedia March 16 (UPI) — On this historical date: In 1802, the United States Congress authorized the establishment of the United States Military Academy at West […]

Here are some local events to put on you...

A popular market in Houma has changed its name. The downtown Houma Farmers’ Market, formerly located in the South Louisiana Seed parking lot, was relocated when the store recently ceased operations. The market resumed business from 3 p.m. to dusk every Tuesday in the Houma Main Library parking lot, 151 Library drive. From farmers to […]

Iowa cancer report advises urgent return...

Iowa medical experts are urging the community to get screened for cancer after the pandemic delayed many tests. During a virtual press conference Monday, Iowa medical panelists reviewed the Cancer in Iowa Annual Report for 2022 released by the University of Iowa College of Public Health’s State Health Registry of Iowa. The report explains how […]

Global Offset Inks Market Latest Researc...

The last Offset Ink Market Research Report, offering robust insights into the potential size and dynamics of the industry over the forecast period, aims to help clients make informed decisions regarding their investment plans and strategies. A descriptive overview of the industry segments scoring the best revenue prospects is […]

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Check back here for updates on happenings in the entertainment and culture world of Metro Life. {filler:graphics-local-news-localnews.jpg} WEDNESDAY FEB. 23 Pickle Specials — The Portland Pickles have announced some of their 2022 promotions for home games at Walker Stadium. The Pickles are the local summer baseball team made up of collegiate players playing in a […]

CEO-funded ENVISION outreach event reach...

The University of California, San Diego Collegiate Section hosted a virtual conference during the COVID-19 pandemic with hands-on activities for approximately 75 high school girls in February 2021. The event addressed SWE’s strategic advocacy goals , diversity and inclusion. The students surveyed indicated that they would recommend Envision to friends. Students participated in this free […]

Thailand Wins ‘Most Popular Destination’

Many Chinese travel magazines call Thailand a top tourist destination, although it is very difficult for Chinese people to travel at the moment. The Travel Weekly China Award called Thailand “the most anticipated short-haul destination”. WITrip Magazine called it “the most popular overseas travel destination in 2021”. Online travel agent Thong Cheng called it “the […]

‘Resurrection’ • Salt Lake Magazine

“A sadist never understands why someone doesn’t appreciate his sadism as much as he does.” Andrew Semans’ Resurrection explores this exact concept from a line delivered by Rebecca Hall who plays Margaret, whose life with a successful career, a teenage daughter and a secret sexual relationship is turned upside down by a figure from her […]

PPE and Supply Chain Disruptions | 2022...

The answer is Jack Hartley, editor, RPB Security, Royal Oak, Michigan. For some operations, removal of hazards through engineering and administrative controls, as well as substitution/elimination, is simply not enough. In these workplaces, alternative safety measures must be implemented, and personal protective equipment is one of the best ways to achieve this. However, when workplaces […]

Newspaper crosses an impassable line to ...

A chilling executive order was issued by a newspaper’s editorial board last week and most of the mainstream media, as well as the political class, seem to be working overtime to ignore it. They should not. The editorial encouraged a draconian punishment that the United States must never allow. The liberal Salt Lake Tribune has […]

Student Magazine Tackles Issues Affectin...

In the latest issue of Amplifier student magazine, students from Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Blake, and Einstein High Schools addressed issues facing Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The magazine aims to amplify the voices of high school students within MCPS. Topics covered in this issue include recent racist incidents, student violence, school […]

New CEO Lisa Gurgone takes the reins of ...

Just days after retiring from the leadership of Mystic Valley Elder Services, Dan O’Leary has already lost track of his days. But after a 46-year career of giving back and serving others, he has every right to sit back, play golf and enjoy Florida’s clement weather. After all, he successfully passed the reins to Lisa […]

Montverde Academy brings a winning cultu...

By Joe [email protected] Highlighted by 2021 first draft pick Cade Cunningham (Detroit Pistons), Scottie Barnes (Toronto Raptors), Day’Ron Sharpe (Phoenix Suns before being traded to the Brooklyn Nets in the draft) and Moses Moody (Golden State Warriors), the team finished the regular season at 25–0. The Eagles were looking forward to the challenge of the […]

The secret to building the next Silicon ...

Political leaders have tries to replicate the high-tech magic of Silicon Valley since the invention of the microchip. Tech curious Charles de Gaulle, then President of France, visited Palo Alto in his convertible limousine in 1960. President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev dressed casually to meet and tweet with media moguls social of the […]

Equity should not be left to chance

Every 10 years, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission creates new district maps for the United States Senate, Assembly, Equalization Council, and House of Representatives to ensure that every district has roughly the same number. of people. Given the population changes over the past 10 years, most districts have had to change significantly to ensure equal […]

CAN: security fears hang over the Africa...

After overcoming fears of a postponement due to the Covid pandemic, the Africa Cup of Nations now faces its next big worry: security. Host country Cameroon will ceremoniously kick off the month-long tournament on Sunday when they face Burkina Faso. But authorities are grappling with separatist gunmen in the west and jihadist raiders in the […]

Besides the old newspapers, how can I fi...

As the custodian of Singapore’s collective memory, the National Archives of Singapore (NAS) holistically document Singapore’s history and culture. This includes capturing the story beyond words. One way to do this is to conduct oral history interviews. Housed in the Oral History Center of the National Archives of Singapore building, these oral interview recordings reflect […]

Income on the rise despite high unemploy...

Unlike 2009, when soaring unemployment caused personal income to plummet in New Jersey, increased government assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic increased personal income statewide. By Kyle Sullender, Executive Director, Focus NJ January 3, 2022 New Jersey has the third highest unemployment rate in the country, according to the October data release from the Bureau of […]

Chicago Hispanic Newspaper, Lawndale New...

A new year often prompts people to redefine their health and wellness. But New Year’s resolutions won’t be the only reason people can focus on their health. The current COVID-19 pandemic has played an important role in keeping overall health at the forefront of people’s concerns. More than 3 in 4 Illinois residents (77%) say […]

TAMIU’s Laredo mobile typography brings

Traditional letterpress printing has caught on in Laredo with a series of community events hosted by students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU). Together, they have collectively spent the past year creating vibrant works of art made from ancient typographic equipment. During the Spring 2020 semester, TAMIU Assistant Art Professor Jesse Shaw […]

Pope Francis prays that Christmas will b...

VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Before giving his Christmas blessing to the city of Rome and to the world, Pope Francis called attention to the many places in the world and in human hearts that need Jesus, the Prince Peace. “In the cold of the night, he stretches his little arms towards us: he needs everything, […]

Green Bay’s performing arts group set to

Brown County Civic Music Association by: Warren Gerds Posted: Dec 20 2021 / 10:00 CST / Update: Dec 18 2021 / 17:26 CST Cover of the series brochure. GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (WFRV) – The Brown County Civic Music Association, a region’s performing arts organization, sent out a Spring 2022 brochure to patrons outlining a timeline. […]

MDHHS Offers Mental Health Resources To ...

LANSING – As Michigan enters second holiday season during COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services officials offer advice and resources to help Michiganders cope with the winter blues or seasonal which is common at this time of year. “Shorter, darker winter days can be difficult for many people,” Elizabeth Hertel, director of […]

Sunset Hills 2022 budget projects $ 1.5 ...

ARPA funds will be used for some of the city’s capital improvement projects The proposed budget for Sunset Hills 2022 projects a deficit of $ 1.5 million. The board of directors will give its final approval to the budget on December 14th. The proposed general fund budget projects total revenues of $ 7.94 million, with […]

York County Jail Distributes Narcan In “

ALFRED, Maine – At first glance, the articles lining the tables in the York County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, December 8 seemed haphazard and unrelated. Narcan nasal spray. Hand sanitizer. Condoms. A small bag of Snyder mini pretzels. Kit-Kat chocolate bars. Brochures. Face masks. Fentanyl test strips. But take a closer look. There is a […]

CommonWealth Magazine

THE RECENTLY PAST The state’s $ 4 billion bill appears generous for the arts and culture sector, especially for groups with ties to communities of color. It includes $ 135 million to help the arts community recover from the COVID pandemic, with explicit instructions that the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the state’s arts agency, “takes into […]

Demand Refunds: Class Actions for Reimbu...

Since March 2020, hundreds of class actions have been filed by students and parents of students demanding reimbursement of tuition and fees from higher education institutions, resulting from the transition from in-person learning to the distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. These lawsuits, which are usually contract-based, pose a threat of protracted, costly and time-consuming […]

The South Street Seaport Museum extends ...

The South Street Seaport Museum announces extended open days through October 31, 2021 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with timed entry at Pier 16 (Fulton and South Streets). Open days include free tours of the historic tall ship Wavertree and the 1908 Ambrose lightship, free demonstrations of Bowne & Co. letterpress printers, an outdoor exhibit […]

First Friday events in downtown Phoenix ...

Those planning on staying in town for Labor Day weekend and looking for something to do may want to consider First Friday activities in downtown Phoenix. The monthly art walk is still on hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but some galleries, museums and other venues are open with special events for the evening. […]

August 2021 lineup announced at South St...

The South Street Seaport Museum has announced its August program, including free tours of the historic tall ship Wavertree and the 1908 Ambrose flagship, free demonstrations by letterpress printers Bowne & Co., an outdoor exhibit on the Pier 16, cruises aboard the 1930 tugboat WO Decker, and the world premiere of On Site Opera’s What […]

Take advantage of these downtown Phoenix...

The first Friday in August is almost here and there are a few things you might not want to miss. Check out the award-winning jewelry from Coe House for Ardapony Squared’s latest piece. Or head to the First Studio Gallery’s ‘Summer Blend’, where you can savor some of the last moments of summer through the […]

South Street Seaport Museum Bowne & Co.

The South Street Seaport Museum has announced that as part of the 2021 Seaport Museum Open House season, Bowne & Co. will be hosting FREE outdoor letterpress printing demonstrations from June 11 through October 10, 2021 on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as entry to the 1885 Tall Ship Wavertree and outdoor exhibit on Pier […]

The 123rd Midwestern Art Show Opens Sund...

LINDSBORG – The seeds of Jim Sherraden’s passion for papermaking and woodcarving can be traced to the historic architecture of downtown Salina. Growing up in Salina, Sherraden was fascinated from a young age by the facade of the United Building and the ornate ceramic tiles of the old dry-cleaning shop at the corner of Seventh […]