Monthly Archives: June 2021

Pandemic Provides Creative Opportunities For Library System As MBCPL Completely Reopens To The Public | Newspaper

MARTINSBURG – The Martinsburg – Berkeley County Public Library System is taking some of the adaptations and lessons learned during the pandemic and incorporating them into their regular offerings as officials fully reopen to the public and prepare to begin offering their events in nobody once again. According to MBCPL …

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Kentucky school choice law challenged by Council for Better Education

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A group that fought for – and won – a landmark education case in Kentucky have said they plan to sue the state’s new choice of law law. school. In an email sent to all Kentucky superintendents obtained by The Courier Journal, the Council for Better Education …

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UTA Study on Pandemic Streaming Habits

Consumers plan to watch more entertainment moving forward compared to pre-pandemic, but they also expect more from creators and their favorite shows. It’s no surprise that the pandemic changed people’s entertainment viewing habits by accelerating wider adoption of streaming. But a new study by United Talent Agency quantifies that, and …

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San Diego Weekend Art Events: Cataphant, Word Up, Zlatomir Fung, Mindanao Dance And Music, Trolley Dances and Omar Pimienta (KPBS Midday Edition segments)

This Weekend in the Arts: Cataphant at Swish Projects, Word Up in person, livestream by cello virtuoso Zlatomir Fung, folk performance from the Philippines, Trolley Dances and Omar Pimienta at Lux. Speaker 1: 00:00 This weekend in the arts we have a new art exhibit that addresses the Tijuana River …

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Army of the Dead Perfectly Blends Heist and Zombie Genre Ending Tropes

Army of the Dead‘s genre mashup leads to a “best of both worlds” ending, sitting somewhere between zombie horror and traditional heist tropes. When Netflix let Zack Snyder unleash a horde of undead upon an unsuspecting Las Vegas, they likely knew the result wouldn’t be a stereotypical zombie flick and, in …

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PBC Library System Receives Awards

The Palm Beach County Library System recently received two 2021 awards from the Florida Library Association (FLA). Library Director Douglas Crane received the Librarian of the Year award and the Birding Backpacks program received the Library Innovation Award. In addition, Jennifer Gallagher, Library Education and Technical Manager, and Melanie Norberto, …

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Enterprise Board of Education appoints new ECS superintendent

COMPANY, Alabama (WTVY) – The company’s board of directors held a special board meeting tonight to appoint the new director of the corporate city schools. The board has named a very familiar face as Dr Zel Thomas will soon be the next superintendent removing the assistant from his current title. …

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Pence: Trump and I may never agree on the events of January 6

Former vice-president Mike penceMichael (Mike) Richard Pence 9 unnamed Trump Republicans who could run in 2024 Budowsky: Banana Republicans push cover-up of January 6 crime Fight against filibuster threatens January 6 commission MORE On Thursday, he made his most detailed comments to date on the January 6 Capitol riots, calling …

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Amarillo musicians begin new concert series in new venue

In late December 2019, members of the Swindell family took to social media, announcing the closure of the Esquire Jazz Club at the beginning of 2020. At the time, co-owner Patrick Swindell told the Globe-News that through the club, he realized the quality of local music in the area.  “The …

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Bosque Farms new librarian has lots of ideas for the future

BOSQUE FARMS – The new director of the Bosque Farms public library came to her career a little later than others, but her love of the land has been around for a long time. After 21 years as a dance teacher, gymnastics trainer, and preschool teacher for Parks and Recreation …

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