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Early’s Innovation Wellness continues it

EARLY – Tori Wheeler, Director of Innovation Wellness Health Spa at Early, knows first-hand the values ​​of treatments including Infrared Light Therapy, Compression Therapy and Cyrotherapy – therapies available in the five-year-old company. Wheeler was a multi-sport athlete from Blanket High School when her father, who was also her coach, brought her to Innovation Wellness. […]

VSD Rifles achieve another undefeated se...

The Valley Stream District Rifle Team capped off an undefeated winter season, winning another county championship at Glen Cove High School on February 15. With a team score of 773 out of 800, Valley Stream took first place by a slim 4 points, squeaking to victory over the Sewanhaka District team. Junior and upcoming team […]

Coaches and Athletes Respond to Transgen...

A new law was signed by Gov. Kim Reynolds on March 3 that regulates who can participate in what sport, prompting reactions from all sides of the issue within a week of its passage. The Iowa Legislature passed Internal File 2416 in late February, which prohibits transgender girls and women from competing in women’s sports […]

Hear our cries projects youth policy

PlatteForum’s ArtLab program offers studio internships for select Denver-area high school students to develop their artistic sensibilities through workshops and projects with professional artists. The program encourages interns to explore social issues through works of art; the most recent internships will culminate in the exhibition Hear our cries, which is now visible until Friday, March […]

Chilhowie High School wins festival logo...

Linda Burchette | Smyth County News and Messenger Posters, brochures and other materials promoting the Hungry Mother Arts & Crafts Festival will feature a new logo designed by a Chilhowie high school student. Dawson Guthrie has won a competition sponsored by the Marion Art League’s Festivals Committee. The colorful design will now be a symbol […]

Individual Donations Manager at INCLUDEn...

Reports to: Senior Director of Development ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW: INCLUDEnyc was founded in 1983 by three mothers of children with disabilities who wanted to create a place where parents could access essential information and support about disability resources and services. Today, INCLUDEnyc is one of New York City’s premier resources for young people with disabilities and […]

Lilian Derderyan | Obituaries | Salem ...

Beverly – Lillian Anna (Kasparian) Derderian, 98, of Beverly Farms, died Saturday, February 26, 2022 at her home. She was the wife of the late Setrak K. Derderian with whom she shared 48 years of marriage. Born April 22, 1923, in Boston to Flora and Fred Kasparian, who had fled the Armenian Genocide, Lillian grew […]

Top-Ranked AIS Sharpening Skills vs. Bes...

The Atlanta International School varsity football team. (Louie Chiapetta) The powerhouses of athletics come in all shapes and sizes. At the International School of Atlanta, which competes at the Class A-private level, there is no giant stadium to accommodate dozens and dozens of football players. The most prominent athletic ground, in an attractive setting in […]

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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 […]

Alexandria Schools launch “Test to Stay”

A program designed to help students return to school sooner after the coronavirus will soon be launched at select public schools in Alexandria City. “Testing to stay is a practice of contact tracing and serial COVID-19 testing to allow close contacts associated with the school who are not fully immunized to continue attending school during […]

Conservative knitters try to wake up to ...

Some conservative knitters are so sick of talking about identity politics in the craft world that they’ve created an entire magazine dedicated to it. “Blocked,” a new online magazine created by the who’s who of provocateurs in the knitting world, is a reaction to the anti-racism movement that has swept the country – and by […]

Doug and Kristen Shoup run a family busi...

New Philadelphia – Family-owned since 1970, Shoup’s Cleaning Co. embraces the theme “one call cleans everything.” The company is located at 1558 Truss Road SW in New Philadelphia. Doug and Kristen Shoup purchased the business in 2020 from Doyle Shoup and officially took over ownership in January 2021. Doyle Shoup founded the company over 50 […]

Piece of cake | Okoboji magazine

Heather Baumgard has been making life a little sweeter for newlyweds, birthday boys and girls, and anyone who’s been lucky enough to taste one of her cake creations for over 10 years. Heather is the owner of Playful Cupcaketions based in Spirit Lake and has been creating tasty works of art in her home since […]

Students shine at city schools winter gr...

By JJ McQueenSpecial at AFRO As gray morning skies gave way to sunshine, graduates from schools across the city of Baltimore gathered at Forest Park High School ahead of their winter 2022 graduation ceremony. Along with families and the community of educators present, the atmosphere was full of positive energy and excitement. 2022 graduate (Photos/By […]

Lots of little things add up, recent pri...

Spectrum after Kelly, 2022. Julia Samuels. Engraving. “A Lot of Little Things Add Up” is a month-long exhibition of recent prints and their processes from Overpass Projects. On view in the WaterFire Arts Center gallery from Thursday, February 10 through Sunday, March 6, 2022. A public opening is scheduled for Thursday, February 17 from 6-9 […]

“I keep exploring” – Cree Scudder cheris

Painter and collage artist Cree Scudder moved to Vero Beach in 2017, after a 38-year stay in La Jolla, California via Princeton, NJ, where she met her husband, Ned Scudder. Raised in Coconut Grove, Florida, Cree attended prep school through 12th grade at Ransom Everglades School in Miami where, as an engaging girl with 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 […]

Things to do in Houston this week, Febru...

HOUSTON IS BACK ON TRACK WITH BIG OPENINGS AND LIVE PERFORMANCES as the arctic blast is apparently behind us and the city is reopening after a minor shutdown last week. This week, new restaurants are sprouting up all over town, from the new movie-inspired restaurant Juliet to the expanding Roegels Barbecue Company […]

Spartans improve Rio Hondo League record...

First published in the January 20 print issue of Outlook Valley Sunshine. The La Cañada High School women’s water polo team defeated host Blair High of Pasadena, 15-9, in a Rio Hondo League game on Tuesday.Alexis Calix, Jenna Ku, Kadyn Day, Shereen Emadi, Thea Stefan and Anna Fogarty each scored two goals for LCHS. Meanwhile, […]

JOHN SEGYDE Obituary (2022) – Fort Wayne

JOHN A. SEGYDE, 80, died Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at Saint Anne Home, Fort Wayne. Born in Fort Wayne on August 9, 1941, he was the son of the late Augustine and Virginia Segyde Sr. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and was a lifetime alumnus. John was an Air Force veteran and served […]

Prom Closet planned for February

Prom Closet will return to St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church next month. Hosted by United Methodist Women, the annual event provides free prom outfits to more than 1,000 high school girls. Organizers are requiring pre-registration this year to minimize wait times and improve the shopping experience. The event will take place on February 15, 16, […]

In rhythm with Renaissance man James Squ...

James Squires at his home in Jupiter. Photography by Jason Nuttle Jinhabitant of upiter James Squires entertained thousands of people all over the world, some with very familiar names. In the 80s, he sang three times at the White House for President Reagan. In 1988, he performed at the Vatican for Pope John Paul II. […]

Atlanta reporter Dick Williams dies at 7...

“He was an affable guy and also incredibly prolific,” said Jeff Dickerson, who worked for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the 1980s and 1990s and was a “Georgia Gang” panelist. “He was starting a column at 10:02 a.m. and getting it ready at 10:17 a.m. He was incredibly quick. At one point he was writing three, […]

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 […]

Virus cases rise in schools | Herald Co...

Coronavirus cases are increasing among students, teachers and staff at Elmont and Franklin Square schools amid the rise of the Omicron variant. According to state data, the Sewanhaka Central High School District has reported 2,441 cases since September — 752 of them, or 30%, between Jan. 3 and Jan. 16. Additionally, 345 students, 69 teachers, […]

Snohomish Sauerkraut Band bids farewell

By BRIAN MILLS, special for the GrandstandPosted on January 19, 2022 Snohomish Sauerkraut Band bids farewell Photo added The energetic Snohomish Sauerkraut Band began on a lark over 50 years ago and has become a long-time entertainment feature at regional parades and watering holes. SNOHOMISH — Well, it’s a wrap. The end of the show, […]

District OKs Cloud Based Security System...

First published in the January 13 print issue of Outlook Valley Sunshine. La Cañada Unified School District has taken an important step in strengthening its safety at all school sites with the school board’s approval of a contract that will replace the existing system with a modern, school-based system. cloud.Board members voted 5-0 to purchase […]

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 […]

Guitar Concert Impresario Richard Patter...

BY BLAIR JACKSON 2021 was meant to be a celebratory year for concert producer Richard Patterson and his San Francisco-based Omni Foundation for the Arts, which has become one of the classical guitar world’s most successful series regulars since. 40 years. And as proof of Patterson’s ingenuity, skill and resilience, 2021 has been a hugely […]

Bellingham author and illustrator Phoebe...

Phoebe Wahl has wanted to be an artist for as long as she can remember. Her unique childhood, growing up in the South Hill area of ​​Bellingham, fostered this creativity. “My childhood had a huge impact on my artistic pursuits,” she says. “I was out of school for most of my childhood, which is a […]

Buss inks with UNI fight | Waverly News...

UNI has signed five new Panthers for the 2022-2023 season, three of which are in the top 25 nationally. “I’m thrilled with what this class will bring to the table when they arrive on campus,” said head coach Doug Schwab. “They will have an immediate impact with the mindset they bring to the practice room […]

William Driggers obituary (1952 – 2021)

William (Bill) Ernest Driggers, Jr., 69, of Punta Gorda, Fla., Passed away on Sunday, December 19, 2021 at ShorePoint Health in Punta Gorda. Bill was born in Fort Sill, Okla., On May 12, 1952, to the late William Ernest Driggers, Sr., and Bonnie Muriel Fenter. Bill spent his early childhood in Lawton and Mountain View, […]

Dallas Cowboys Week 18 checklist: what w...

The Cowboys ended the regular season on a high, beating the Eagles 51-26. It wasn’t Dallas’ most consistent win this season, but a lot has been accomplished nonetheless: Took it seriously ✓ Such is life in Week 18 that it’s an achievement, but it is, especially given the competition. The Eagles posted this one, benching […]

The drummers of the Dream Theater Portno...

Dream Theater is an American progressive metal band founded by John Petrucci, John Myung and Mike Portnoy in 1985. However, after some line-up changes, the current band members are John Myung, John Petrucci, James LaBrie, Jordan Rudess and Mike Mangini. At first the band was called Majesty, and they formed it while attending Berklee College […]

New work by three artists at the Kershne...

Fairfield, CT – The public is invited to a reception at the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery in the Fairfield Public Library on Thursday, February 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for Color Play, the art of Earl Grenville Killeen , Dionne Pia and Emily Teall. The show runs from February 5 to April 2. The […]

How Bitcoin Will Save Millennials

All generations have a rich nostalgia for the decade of their childhood. Our coming of age is our purest moment. And for millennials, it’s probably the ’90s that it’s best summed up. The 90s are milk and honey for us. We remain so fond of the music, the TV and movie treasures, our early AOL […]

Top Headlines of Today’s Nigerian Newspa

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ summary of the top headlines in Nigeria for today, Monday January 3, 2022 The presidency on Sunday denied any disagreement between President Muhammadu Buhari and the leaders of the National Assembly, Senator Ahmad Lawan and the Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila on the 2022 budget figures. The clarification has become necessary […]

A high school student from Badger design...

A church on Lake Geneva has a new work of art to display to the public thanks to a student from Badger High School. Molly Bergstrom recently designed a mural for the United Methodist Church of Lake Geneva, 912 rue de Genève. The mural was installed on the exterior side of the church facing Cook […]

What other newspapers say: recovering un...

Ever since she was in high school, Manasvi Perisetty knew she wanted to be a computer engineer. So when her acceptance letter arrived last month from the University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering, Manasvi should have been elated. Instead, his anxiety arose. Her family’s pending green card application means she could be forced to […]

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 […]

New editor-in-chief appointed for Salisb...

Six years ago, Mark Wineka, newly appointed editor-in-chief of the new Salisbury the Magazine, summed up the purpose of the publication with a simple message: Salisbury’s the place. Salisbury is the perfect place for a magazine that celebrates the people, places and things we are proud of, he wrote. With each issue, Wineka has gone […]

HER Magazine’s Women of Achievement: Sop

“Thanks to all these support programs, I was able to really change the trajectory of our lives”, explains Sophia DeMartino. “It’s important not to count people,” said Sofia DeMartino. “It’s important not to do this, no matter what you think of their situation or where they’re from, because with the right opportunities and the right […]

Provincetown Banner, Lawyer Archives, Ne...

December 29, 1934 Local fishing boat loses man at sea Provincetown’s Mary P. Goulart, Captain Lawrence C. Santos, arrived from her final voyage with her flag at half mast and her crew saddened by the loss of Frank Silva of 27 Nickerson Street, lost overboard during the ‘a terrible storm off the coast of Nova […]

La Cañada seek second consecutive league

First published in the December 16 print issue of the Outlook Vallée Soleil. Last season, women’s football from La Cañada High School won the Rio Hondo League title. This success means this season could be historic for the Spartans.“The No. 1 goal from the start is to try and win the league,” said La Cañada […]

A STORY OF KEY WEST’S ENLIGHTENED HOLIDA

Key West’s first Christmas truck parade began with an insult. Someone stopped at the pétanque court with a wreath hanging from the radiator of their truck, and someone else said: “It sucks. Do you call that the Christmas spirit? I can decorate my truck better than that. Other words were exchanged (as tends to happen […]

Find last-minute gift ideas at the Made ...

Image via the Made & Found market Still looking for last minute freebies ?! Look no further! You’ll find some of the region’s best vintage boutiques, manufacturers and small vintage brands at the Made & Found Holiday Market. The event will take place in Spirit on December 19 (11am). Image via the Made & Found […]

“GRAND, GIVE, REPEAT”: THE ROTARY MARATH

60 years of service above you. The Rotary Club of Marathon has many reasons to celebrate in 2021 as it marks its 60th anniversary of service to the Marathon community. “The pride I have in the 60 year heritage that we have here at Marathon, I cannot explain it,” Secretary Charlotte Quinn said. “It’s humbling […]

La Cañada’s sister towns bring ‘joy to t

The Association of Sister Towns of La Cañada Flintridge announces the holiday season with a live ‘Joy to the World’ event on December 11 at 11 a.m., featuring the music and holiday traditions of La Cañada Flintridge and its sister city, Villanueva de la Cañada in Spain.“Joy to the World” will feature the Chamber Singers […]

La Salle beats Flintridge Sacred Heart

First published in the December 2 print issue of Pasadena outlook. The La Salle College Preparatory women’s basketball team won their season opener at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 45-19, on Monday, November 18.De La Salle first-year goaltender Kaden Cortes scored 16 points, including two 3-pointers, and took five rebounds.“It was my first game in high […]

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. […]

Anastasia Faddis is the recipient of the...

– Advertising – The County of Switzerland Community Foundation, Inc., is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2021-2022 Lilly Endowment Community Fellowship from the County of Switzerland is Anastasia ‘Annie’ Faddis. Annie is the daughter of Rodney and Heather Faddis from near Vevay. She also has an older brother, Dalton. She was very […]

It’s the season for crafts and drafts!

You’ve been shopping all season, it’s time to chill out with some beers! The best way to do this is by attending the East End Brewing Crafts and Drafts Holiday Market! The event will take place on December 12 (noon to 3 p.m.) at East End Brewing. They’ll make their pizza and beer, along with […]

Through art, writing and teaching, Jay S...

Jay Saper of Pashkevil Press in East Lansing Jay Saper calls his company Pashkevil Press, after the Yiddish word for a poster stuck on the walls in Orthodox communities of the past and still visible most often in Hasidic Jewish neighborhoods. AAt 30, Jay Saper of East Lansing is an old soul. Through his art, […]

Artist to know: Lois Harada, Inside Art ...

Wednesday August 11, 2021 Michael Rose, artistic contributor Enlarge + PHOTO: Lois Harada In a world dominated by ubiquitous emails, texts, and memes, words are ingrained in visual culture. Engraver Lois Harada has made text an integral part of her aesthetic with great success. Well-exhibited and an integral part of the local artistic community, Harada’s […]

Alithea O’Dell – The Cooper Point Journa

By Avery Quinn Alithea O’Dell, creator of Anchorless Prints, is a 36-year-old typesetter and printmaker and a graduating student at Evergreen this spring. We had a masked and socially distanced conversation in her outdoor garage workspace, while her close friend Kim worked diligently in the background. What brought you to Evergreen? Before going back to […]

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 […]