Morgantown Public Library Launches App to Improve User Experience

MORGANTOWN – Morgantown Public Library System is launching its own app. Available for Apple and Android devices, this new app makes it easy to renew, keep and find books right from your phone. Application features Switch between accounts to keep track of multiple family members View current checkouts and renew …

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Bluefied College is now Bluefield University | Education

“On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are delighted to be a part of this wonderful institution,” said Asbury. “The board of trustees, as well as the administration, have taken some very important decisions to strategically position the university for the next century. We believe that the partnerships forged …

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Explaining George Jones, a ‘Haunted House of a Human Being’

When I was growing up in the ’90s, whenever I heard people claim to like all kinds of music, they tended to qualify it with “except for country and rap.” Other than sounding dumb and more than a little prejudicial, this was a superficial gloss of two genres that have …

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Calendar of events, rewards and opportunities

Every week, we update this list with new meetings, awards, scholarships and events to help you advance your career. If you would like us to present something that you have to offer to the bioscience community, send us an email with the subject line “For Calendar”. Offers from ASBMB members …

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When Robert De Niro spoofed ‘Taxi Driver’ in an animation

Celebrated for being one of the best acting talents in movie history, Robert De Niro has a natural knack for fully playing some of the film’s most intense characters. Abundantly present in all of Martin Scorsese’s films in Angry bull, Taxi driver, and King of comedy, each of De Niro’s …

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Superintendent Hoffman and Invest in Arizona Coalition Respond to Arizona Supreme Court Decision to Invest in Ed Decision

There is, like EJ Montini titled in an editorial yesterday (August 19, 2021), Arizona’s Republican war on children. This is in addition to their separate wars against science, reality, economic reason and democracy. Over the past several months, their agents in the Legislative Assembly, Governor’s Office, and the Arizona Supreme …

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MCC will give students $ 200 to get vaccinated | Education

The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on August 25 at the Michaelis Academic Center Commons. In addition to ongoing efforts to vaccinate students and staff, MCC is working with the health district to bring back a community testing site. The MCC has hosted a site offering …

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From Mary Shelley to Carmen Maria Machado, women have profoundly shaped horror | Horror books

You probably know the story of Lord Byron’s house party at Villa Diodati – the one in which he challenged his guests to see who could write the scariest ghost story. Teenage Mary Shelley won his challenge on infamy, if not technicality, when she wrote Frankenstein. Thus the horror genre …

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Many artistic and musical events will be held across Richmond

RICHMOND, Virginia – There are plenty of arts and music events taking place in Richmond throughout August and into the New Year. Grammy® nominated group Black Violin features classically trained string musicians Wil B. on viola and Kev Marcus on violin in concert. DJ SPS and drummer Nat Stokes will …

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Portland Public Library is last in Connecticut to do well for free

PORTLAND – The Portland Selectmen’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved an updated library fines policy on August 4, making the Portland Public Library the newest non-fine library in Connecticut. Portland joins a long list of municipalities that have already taken the plunge to eliminate overdue fines, according to a press …

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