Debate rages in Montenegro over calls for religious education

According to a 2011 census, 72% of Montenegrins identified themselves as Orthodox Christians, the vast majority being followers of the SPC. A small minority belong to the canonically unrecognized Montenegrin Orthodox Church. About 19% of the population identifies as Muslim, 3.43% as Catholic and 1.14 as an atheist. Montenegro has …

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Five events to discover: Jazz, wines and walks

Virtual Marianarchy XVII, featured in last week’s Chronicle of Events, continues this weekend to benefit local theater groups, and other fall events – from food festivals to events beneficial to charitable organizations. local nonprofits – fill out the calendar. Here are five events taking place this week in the region. …

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Warren Library selected for NASA initiative – Macomb Daily

The Warren Civic Center Library is Stepping Up its Science Programming through the National Programming Initiative NASA @ MyLibrary. The program helps libraries increase and enhance STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) learning opportunities for clients. “The Warren Public Library is one of 60 libraries across the country to …

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Tango Gameworks is exploring “new genres” with upcoming titles –

The Evil Within 2 was launched back in 2017 and since then, Tango Gameworks hasn’t released another game. The Japanese studio has since then been bought by Microsoft as a part of the Bethesda purchase earlier this year, but their next title is actually a PC/PlayStation 5 time exclusive title …

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Is digital identity the answer?

Regulators are getting closer. It is one thing to separate market functions into their parts – custody, aggregators and Prime Brokerage to satisfy institutional compliance departments. It is another to satisfy regulators. From the Financial Action Task Force advancing its guidelines for compliance with travel rules to the regulatory framework …

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Passion for education leads to decades of service to the Floyd County school system for two GHC alumni

Note: The following article has been provided by Georgia Highlands College. –KtE Education duo. Husband and wife. Georgia Highlands College Alumni. Deputy director. Teacher. And the list goes on and on for Robert and April Cummings. The path to becoming outstanding members of the Floyd County community all began at …

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San Antonio artists, community members come together to decorate sidewalks, pavement

7-year-old June Gonzalez has drawn flowers in chalk before, but never more so than this weekend. By late Saturday morning, she had drawn 17 along a sidewalk at the Carver Library and had planned more. The colorful artwork – including a red because it’s one of his favorite colors – …

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7 Movies Like Titane to Watch for More Disturbing Genre-Blenders

Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for Titane.Titane is one of our most self-realized, confident films that also feels like 18 films smushed together. Writer/director Julia Ducournau juggles elements of psychosexual thriller, ultraviolent serial killer horror, cyberpunk body horror, gender-bending erotic drama, and earnest family drama, all with some of …

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Canceled homecoming events leave students disappointed – the Guilfordian

On September 16, the Guilford Gazette, a publication of the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations, reported that this year’s Homecoming & Family Weekend festivities were canceled due to the increased number of cases of COVID-19 in North Carolina. “The decision to cancel Homecoming reflects the recommendation of the College’s …

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Old Haunts graphic novel adaptation will blend horror and gangster genres

The comic book and graphic novel publishing company AWA (AWA stands for Arists, Writers, and Artisans) is getting into the movie business. Earlier this year, it was announced that Joseph Kosinski will be directing a film based on their property Chariot, about a government agent’s supercharged muscle car, and now …

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