Great Anime Genre Deconstructions | CBR

For every formula anime has popularized, there are those that the medium has deconstructed. A deconstruction takes the typical tropes of a genre and breaks them down. Usually, this means taking popular tropes to their logical extremes or subverting expectations to a nightmarish effect. Would a child piloting a gigantic …

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Laura’s library is open again, Westbank to follow

That is true! After 15 long months of being closed to the public, Laura’s library is finally open again. Due to repairs related to the February storm, Westbank is expected to reopen later this month. Shortly after the release of the library’s weekly newsletter on the morning of June 15, …

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Flashpoint: Investments in education by lawmakers and the governor are a game-changer | Breaking point

For decades, Indiana state and local leaders have rightly devoted considerable energy to debates and discussions about education, higher education, and workforce preparation. It makes a lot of sense. After all, if we are to attract and retain talent, compete for domestic and foreign investment, and ensure that communities in …

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Cardinals announce weekend events at the Cardinals Museum this season

Lectures and autograph sessions headline the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum program this summer ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals are bringing back familiar faces this summer for some events at the Cardinals Museum. In a press release, the team announced the return of the Flashback Fridays lecture …

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Modest Mouse Share New Song ‘The Sun Hasn’t Left’

Modest Mouse have shared their new single “The Sun Hasn’t Left” from their upcoming album The Golden Casket. Listen to the song below. “The Sun Hasn’t Left” follows previously released singles “We Are Between” and “Leave A Light On.” The Golden Casket marks the band’s first new album in six …

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Juneteenth marks the second anniversary of Free Black Women’s Library-Detroit

On Saturday, the Free Black Women’s Library-Detroit will host a free outdoor book exchange at The smoking project. The event will celebrate the library’s second anniversary, as well as Juneteenth, now a federally recognized holiday, which commemorates the end of slavery in America in 1865. “I think that’s part of …

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wife Chilton receives educator award | Education

Mary Whitaker (seated, left) was joined by her family after receiving the Johanna “Annie” Sullivan Educator Recognition Pin. Mary Whitaker holds the plaque she received in recognition of her service. Mary Sproull Whitaker of Chilton is the first recipient of the Johanna “Annie” Sullivan Recognition Pin. The award was presented …

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Father’s Day 2021 Events and Discounts in Lancaster County

Denver Chicken BBQ for Father’s DayWhat: Dads camping two nights eat free with paid dinnerWhen: Friday, June 18 at 8 a.m. to Sunday, June 20 at 5 p.m.Where: Camping Hickory RunMore information here Ephrata Father’s Day Auto and Bike ShowWhen: Sunday June 20, from 12 p.m. to 3 a.m.Where: American …

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Fredericksburg Jazz musician going strong after 30 years

Harry Wilson has been a fixture in the Fredericksburg Jazz scene for the last 30 years and is still going strong. Wilson brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the jazz world as the bandleader of the Harry Wilson Quartet. Wilson is also the vice-president of the Fredericksburg Jazz …

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Reflections from the Dexter Library

Greetings again from 724 Marshall St., Dexter! On June 13, the Dexter Library 2021 Summer Library Program “Reading Colors Your World” kicked off with a fun run at Dexter City Park. A storytelling walk is organized in the park. Get on and enjoy it. It will be in place for …

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