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(File photo) The Louisiana Press Association’s new lobbying team faces a regular session that will target a vital part of the newspaper industry: ad revenue. There are also growing concerns about other bills that could change the in-person nature of public meetings and limit how journalists access certain public law enforcement records. “It’s going to […]

Arrest in homicide case near Atlanta Bel...

Tom Arnold (Photo courtesy of Greg Levine, Trees Atlanta) Atlanta police have arrested one suspect and are looking for two others in the Feb. 26 shooting death of Thomas Arnold, 60, near the Atlanta Beltline in Inman Park. Brandon Williams, 28, was arrested at a hotel near Atlanta airport on Saturday and APD is looking […]

‘Nineteenth Century Photography in Colum

by David Sokosh and Lisa Weilbacker The CCHS presents the third series of spring 2022 conferences: ‘Nineteenth Century Photography in Columbia County’ a zoom discussion by David Sokosh & Lisa Weilbacker Join Lisa Weilbacker and David Sokosh as they examine early photographs from the CCHS collection, discuss their place in photographic history, and share information […]

RiNo 2022 Mural Program Announces New Pl...

The RiNo Art District has solidified its monthly lineup for the 2022 RiNo Mural Program, and it kicks off with Women’s History Month artists, who will begin creating their mural next week. Molly Bounds and Sidney Masuga will paint the recital wall in EDENS Alley from Tuesday March 8th to March 21st. The project marks […]

Incarcerated voices in the radio spotlig...

A new Internet radio station launched today, March 1, featuring a wide variety of music, thought-provoking conversations, deeply felt stories, news, interviews and more, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 7. And this comes straight to you from the Colorado prison system. Inner thread is the first project of its kind in the […]

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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 […]

The Day – Norwich’s First Hispanic Trade

Norwich – Spanish, Haitian Creole and English were some of the languages ​​that could be heard Friday morning at Foundry 66 as business owners and would-be entrepreneurs went from table to table grabbing business cards and brochures, also in several languages. The city’s first Hispanic Trade Fair, organized by the Norwich Community Development Corp., featured […]

FOX61’s Jenn Bernstein Named to Connecti

The magazine’s list includes 40 of the state’s “shooting stars” who “influence, innovate, create, rebel and soar high.” CONNECTICUT, USA – FOX61 anchor Jenn Bernstein was named to Connecticut Magazine’s 40 under 40 list this year. The magazine’s list includes 40 of the state’s “shooting stars” who “influence, innovate, create, rebel and soar high.” Connecticut […]

Readers donate in record numbers to the ...

Even in the throes of another pandemic year, East Bay Times readers have been reaching into their pockets this season to help those less fortunate by donating money to the nonprofits that serve them. Moved by stories of neighbors in need, readers have donated a record $535,722 to this news agency’s annual Share the Spirit […]

Thrown Stone Announces 068 Magazine Play...

With major support from 068 Magazine, Thrown Stone Theater Company launched the 068 Magazine Writing Fellowship and named his first comrade, Phanésia Pharel. The six-month fellowship will begin Feb. 1 and will include a stipend, development funds, and workshops in support of the playwright’s new material. Madame Pharel wrote the sensational new play, Should we […]

Restaurants, Historical Society, Passpor...

NORWICH — Royal Punjabi Owner Gurpreet Singh said he had seen lots of new customers at his restaurant in Norwich city centre, thanks to Passport to Norwich, launched last May. “It encouraged people to come downtown and try new businesses,” Singh said. “They should start this more often.” Last May, the Greater Norwich Area Chamber […]

State trooper sues Vermont Human Rights ...

A photo of the barn at the Clemmons family farm in Charlotte. Photo via Commission on Human Rights Report A state trooper accuses a newspaper of giving favorable coverage to the Vermont Human Rights Commission in exchange for access to a confidential commission report implicating the trooper and public safety agencies in the state. The […]

United Way of Kenosha County Announces R...

Kenosha, WI, January 23, 2022 –(PR.com)– United Way of Kenosha County (UWKC), mobilizing the caring power of our community, is pleased to announce the recipients of its new community gift rewards program . The program was created to support nonprofit organizations in Kenosha County and expand the reach and impact of donations made to United […]

‘Frustrating’ delays in city funding aff

Adding to nonprofits’ frustrations, the GFTA has yet to release information on their FY23 grant cycle, applications for which would normally be due in February 2022. Arts administrators point out that it this is not an easy application process. The package of required documents can be dozens of pages, including a long narrative, budget overview, […]

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 […]

Statues of 3 freed slaves who were Melbo...

MELBOURNE, Florida. – Patrolled by rattlesnakes and black bears, today’s Melbourne was still lush, mosquito-infested wilderness in the aftermath of the Civil War. Enter three freed slaves: Peter Wright, the Wright Brothers and Balaam Allen. The first settlers of the predecessor community of Crane Creek, they founded farms near the mouth of the Virgin River […]

Sole Survivor: The Alpena Flyer Saga | ...

Courtesy Photo In this photo provided by Restorations Unlimited 2 Inc., of Cary, Illinois, an original Alpena Flyer undergoes restoration at the Illinois facility. The Flyer was donated by Ron Winter to the Besser Museum for northeast Michigan. ALPENA – During the first two decades of the 1900s, automakers grew across the United States like […]

Terri Hale Promoted to Managing Director...

Raleigh County native Terri Hale has been promoted to managing director of the Register-Herald, Bluefield Daily Telegraph and Times West Virginian at Fairmont. A seasoned newspaper executive, she is currently the Director of Advertising for Newspapers, which is owned by parent company CNHI, LLC. “Terri is a talented and experienced press manager who has demonstrated […]

Lincoln Park move helps boost Duluth pri...

Janelle Miller pumps a cast iron lever with her foot. Large wheels spin and turn as she hands-feeds sheet after sheet to capture a fresh layer of ink in her letterpress printer. Miller can produce around 400 works of art per hour on this machine, which weighs 2,500 pounds and was built in the early […]

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 […]

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 […]

Fulton Company Offers Fitness Programs F...

FULTON – Just in time for Christmas, the Town of Fulton and its community development agency were able to put that little extra something to the bottom of the Mission: Midlife Wellness Studio. The studio / gym not only focuses on people with cancer, but also on those with various health issues. Owner Beth Ann […]

Community’s Project Holiday Distributes

Volunteer Deborah Schoenfelder helps store food Wednesday at the CommUnity Food Bank in Pepperwood Plaza in Iowa City. This is the 34th year of Project Holiday, which offers free vacation dinners to families in Johnson County. (Izabela Zaluska / The Gazette) The shelves at CommUnity Food Bank are full of items that will go into […]

Green Bronx Machine’s Lizette Ritz Named

Newswise – BRONX, NY, DECEMBER 15, 2021 – Green Bronx Machine Executive Director Lizette Ritz was recognized today by City & State Magazine as one of New York’s Responsible 100 in its 2021 annual list published in this week’s issue. Ritz and the other laureates – leaders from businesses, governments, nonprofits and advocacy organizations – […]

Sandy Springs to host events for Jewish ...

Sandy Springs will host the star performers of Neranenah, a major local Jewish music festival. Neranenah, previously known as the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival, announced its 2021-22 festival lineup in November. At least three artists will perform at the Byers Theater, located at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center at 1 Galambos Way. The Sandy […]

Foothills Kids Magazine nonprofit launch...

Publication displays: 31 HICKORY, North Carolina (December 7, 2021) – Foothills Kids Magazine, a new nonprofit magazine that provides free educational content to schools in western North Carolina, is excited to provide the public with a preview of the organization’s first publication. The first issue will be distributed free of charge to public elementary schools […]

Beloved senior club ends after 35 years ...

It was a bittersweet afternoon at Glen Cove Senior Center last Friday: a celebration in the dining room marked the end of the Golden Age Happy Hours Club, which dissolved after more than 35 years. Charlie Pappas, the club’s longtime president, sang a few songs, prompting some members to stand up and dance. Pappas, 90, […]

Armenian American Museum hosts donor rec...

First published in the December 4 print issue of Glendale News Press. The Armenian American Museum hosted a series of Donor Appreciation Receptions to celebrate the construction of the historic center and honor the generous support of the museum’s benefactors, the heritage council and members of the founding circle.Executive Chairman Berdj Karapetian welcomed guests to […]

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 […]

Tourism Board Says Its Creative Connecti...

Visitors and locals to the Southwestern Michigan area have just six months to collect stamps at Creative Connections destinations and win fun and artistic prizes before the Southwestern Michigan Tourist Council closes this year’s game. on May 9, 2022. Creative Connections encourages people to experience the creative side of southwest Michigan by visiting stops along […]

‘Healthy Corner Store’ launches in Glen

Glen Cove shoppers have more healthy options when they visit La Placita supermarket on Glen Street, thanks to a new initiative launched last week. A Healthy Corner Store launch event was held on Friday to raise awareness of the program, which is sponsored by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, Cohen Children’s Medical Center […]

Grant Funds to Help Keep Long Island Sou...

Other projects are underway to protect the health of the Long Island Strait and the Port of Hempstead, with recent grants from the federal government. On Tuesday, leading local drinking water advocates joined U.S. Representative Tom Suozzi at a press conference to announce a new round of funding for Long Island Sound Futures Fund projects. […]

UICA celebrates inauguration on KCAD cam...

Save this date! The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) will celebrate the grand opening of its new location inside the historic Woodbridge N. Ferris building on the campus of Kendall College of Art and Design at Ferris State University (KCAD) on Thursday 9 September 2021, 5 pm-7pm. UICA invites visitors to explore the refreshed […]

UICA celebrates the official opening of ...

Save this date! The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art (UICA) will celebrate the grand opening of its new location inside the historic Woodbridge N. Ferris Building on the campus of Kendall College of Art and Design at Ferris State University (KCAD) on Thursday September 9, 2021, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. UICA invites visitors to explore the […]