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Things aren’t what they used to be. OK. That’s not a profound statement. Everything is in a constant flow of change, Municipal Stadium notwithstanding. Nothing stands still in the world of business or in the sports we watch. Changes are...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture, The Herald-Mail, Baseball, Sports
The Berlin Brothersvalley High School National Honor Society Chapter wrapped up the school year with an LLS Drive collecting more than $1,800. Sponsored and organized by the NHS and running over a three-week period, students in grades 9 through 12...
Tags: Students, Leukemia, Arts and Culture, Lymphoma, Teachers
I thought I might weigh in on Rush Limbaugh’s overheated critique of Jeb Bush’s accusation Friday that the GOP brand has become tarnished because the party is perceived as “reactionary.” Instead, I got distracted by Bush’...
A powerful recurring motif in the varied works of Christopher Guest is the dummy. From early sketch comedy on "Saturday Night Live" through a series of mock documentaries, the looming figure is an essential part of the Guest aesthetic. It can be a...
Last month we discussed why dogs and cats sometimes don't get along and a few things you can do to help them adjust to each other. This month we will continue the second part of Carol Byrnes' article. She begins this part with leadership. My clients...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture
El Nuevo HeraldMIAMI Trying to get around Havana's censorship, the U.S Office of Cuba Broadcasting is showing off novel ways to disseminate information on the island, including USB drives made of paper and a system for sending cell phone text messages to large groups....
The front table in Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op Bookstore has been a must stop for book browsers for book lovers since the early 1970s. It is always brimming with more than 100 newly published scholarly works vying for readers' attention. Most of the titles...
'Songs for a New World' The Drama Learning Center's teen professional company, Teaching Young Actors, presents its spring production through Friday, June 21, at 9130 Red Branch Road, Suite I. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $16 in advance, $17 at the...
KABUL, Afghanistan –- Mohammad Aziz Ayob adjusts his Boy Scout scarf, leans over and settles a sapling into the dry Kabul soil as two NATO helicopters pass overhead, the clack-clack of their blades echoing off the neighboring mountains. Bobbing...
The Hartford Courant— African xylophones that use gourds to increase sound and computer programs that encourage reading, social skills and storytelling are among the educational tools the school district will buy with $6,000 in grants from a local foundation. The...
Tags: Students, Autism, Arts and Culture, Southington, Teachers
ReutersKUWAIT (Reuters) - Kuwait's parliament on Thursday condemned attempts to use the crisis in Syria to stoke sectarian tensions, calling for the government to crack down on "extremist behavior" and rhetoric in the Gulf Arab state. The statement appeared...
Perilous journeys home and away: Each edition of the African Diaspora International Film Festival, presented annually by Facets Cinematheque, offers a continent's worth in both directions. As with last year's, this year's lineup (running through...
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