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Maggie Varela and Amber Ursprung test out Liberty Municipal Library’s new play center. Liberty Public Library will soon offer an exciting new service for area teens – a Nintendo Switch game console and game zone where teens can meet to play popular electronic games. The library received a Community Advancement Packages (CAP) grant from the …

Yogaraj Bhat, who has become a household name in Karnataka with romantic dramas like “Mungaru Male” and “Gaalipata”, is ready with his very first sequel. The filmmaker says “Gaalipata 2” – which hits screens on Friday – has the perfect balance of plot, characterization and backdrop. The director, who is eyeing a blockbuster after a …

EASTON, Pa. — After a shooting on Easton Heritage Day last month, the Easton City Council is setting penalties for people who break the law and attend special events in the city. The legislature has approved an amendment to the city’s “Peace and Good Order” code to include a fine of up to $300 for …

The Ames Community School District is committed to meeting the needs of every student in the least restrictive environment while adjusting services and instructional strategies as student needs change. Working collaboratively with parents and guardians is central to student success. Special education involves specially designed education tailored to the unique needs of each child and …

Award-winning and best-selling author Amy Sarig King (AS King) is working with Berks Libraries to launch her new mid-level book, “Attack of the Black Rectangles.” King will read an excerpt from his hard-hitting and timely new middle-grade novel that tackles censorship and intolerance, host a Q&A session, and sign books for patrons during an author …

Disney+ has confirmed an Australian premiere date for the streaming service’s first UK original series, rom-com action thriller Wedding Season. The anti-gender series tells the story of Katie and Stefan who fall in love with each other at a wedding and begin an affair, despite Katie already having a fiancé. Two months later, at Katie’s …

When: Sunday, October 9, 20223:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Center Where: Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, Galvin Recital Hall, 70 Arts Circle, Evanston, IL 60208 map it Spectators: Faculty/Staff – Student – Public – Post Docs/Docs – Graduate Students Cost: $30 for general public and $10 for students with …

Ask any student who has spent a lot of time in online learning during the pandemic about their experience and you’ll almost certainly hear groans. The limitations of Zoom classrooms have led to a general decrease in student engagement, diminished academic achievement, and deterioration in student mental health. Fortunately for educators and students, the 2021-22 …

Most Wanted List Those who have a new or lightly used copy of one of the top ten titles and would like to donate it to the library, that would be greatly appreciated. To date, the library has received 955 of the “most wanted” books. BCPL’s current top 10 reservations 1. “Where the Crawdads Sing” …

f one begins to read literary criticism texts in the Urdu language on native genres such as ghazal, dastan Where qissa, an academic trained in the paradigms and theoretical frameworks used in English-language literary criticism will be appalled at the lack of argumentation and critical thinking. Anyone who has glanced at these writings will not …

Celebrated in 2019 as the first acquisition in the Indian crypto space, the relationship between the two entities is now in question as the Enforcement Directorate (ED) froze funds from the cryptocurrency exchange WazirX. While the world’s largest crypto exchange by trading volumes, Binance proudly announced that it had “acquired” WazirX in a blog post …

A patient who visits a dietitian at Akron Children’s Hospital is brought to a garden teeming with bees, vegetables and herbs. There, the dietitian teaches the patient and their family about nutrition and educates them on the uses of different vegetables easily grown in Ohio. Once the crops are ready to harvest, they are taken …

The U.S. Department of Health is rolling out its “We Can Do This” COVID-19 education campaign ahead of the school year, hoping to increase childhood immunization rates by educating parents in trusted spaces, and the library becomes a critical place in the effort. Dr. Cameron Webb, senior adviser to the White House COVID-19 team, was …

The genre-defying single “Alone In The Night”, taken from his new album Primadone by up-and-coming Canadian musician BellaDaPrima, has just been released. If you’re feeling lonely and can’t fall asleep tonight and need a friend by your side, BellaDaPrima will keep you company with their latest hypnotic blend of R&B, pop and hip-hop soundscapes. . …

Believe it or not, it’s hot August nights at Norway Speedway. The next two weeks are going to be huge events that bring in big money in both divisions and set the tone for championship night at the Dickinson County Fair on Labor Day weekend. But, first, I want to go over all …

Why do some people with amyloid plaques in the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease show no signs of the disease, while others with the same amount of plaques have problems with memory and thinking? In a study published in the August 3, 2022 online issue of Neurology®the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. …

ROGERS PARK – In a neighborhood in the far north, a new type of garden and small library has opened – one featuring Star Wars figurines. “The Galaxy’s Hedge” action figure library and garden debuted Friday next to Howard Beach Park at the corner of Howard Street and Eastlake Terrace. The exhibit and library were …

African music is taking over the global airwaves, but most listeners are unaware of the variety of styles represented by their favorite tracks. Grammy.com gives us a crash course in five of the best genres emanating from the continent. Considered both a musical genre and a dance of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ndombolo is …

Clarksville, TN – On Monday, August 1, the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce will host the Monthly Clarksville Young Professionals Meeting at 1:00 p.m., featuring a tour of the F&M Bank Arena. Personal protective equipment is required, all participants must wear long pants, thick-soled boots and shirt sleeves covering the shoulders; a helmet, safety glasses, …

This article is part of a series sponsored by IAT. Only 2.5% of people can effectively multitask even under the best of conditions.[1] It’s not a big chance if you’re multitasking behind the wheel of a utility vehicle. When multitaskers take the wheel, the ramifications can become deadly. Nine people in the United States are …