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Hamilton County Celebrates 200th Anniversary with Book Release • Current Edition

By Les Morris Hamilton County will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2023 and residents will have the chance to contribute their story to that story. As part of the upcoming bicentennial, the Hamilton County Bicentennial Commission invites past and present residents to submit their memories and experiences of county life for an upcoming book, “Celebrating Hamilton County, Indiana: 200 Years ...

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Memory, mystery, poetry, children, aftermath

There’s a wide range of choices for different tastes and ages in this new winter batch of newly released books. One remembers a childhood decades ago, another now has growing-up lessons for children. Two new series are represented, one with a tale set around the food industry and a supermarket family; a second defines another series of mysterious actions at ...

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Julia Cameron Says You Can Get Creative Indoors

I first heard of ‘The Artist’s Way’, Julia Cameron’s best-selling 1992 self-help book about tapping into your inner creativity, when I was in my twenties. years and struggling to finish a piece of writing that had nagged at me for months. A friend referred to the book, which is big and floppy as an elementary school math notebook, and I ...

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Lavishly Illustrated Magazine: Edward Sorel and the Golden Age of New York Magazines | Books

AAt 92, Edward Sorel is the grand old man of New York magazines. For 60 years, his searing cartoons have lit up the pages of Harper’s, The Atlantic, Esquire, Time, Rolling Stone and The Nation. He is especially revered for his work in Clay Felker’s New York in the late ’60s and for his work in The New Yorker under ...

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Alma Thomas’ magnificent abstractions

WASHINGTON, DC – Alma Thomas was born in Georgia in 1891. At the age of 15, her relatively prosperous black family moved to Washington, DC, where she lived and worked most of the rest of her life. The first fine arts graduate from Howard University (1924), in 1934 she obtained a master’s degree in arts education from Columbia University. Thomas ...

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Aseer Kishtwari: A man of many tastes – Jammu Kashmir Latest news | Tourism

[ad_1] Sadaket Ali MalikWali Mohmad Aseer Kishtwari is a renowned name from Kashmir, Urdu literature, and Jammu and Kashmir history.An emblematic figure was born in Kh. Ghulam Qadir Batt Berwari at Berwar Kishtwar village on August 2, 1954.I was brought up in local schools like Islamia Faridia School, Kishtwar and ML Upper Secondary School in Kishtwar. Government graduate. Degree College, ...

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PLOS and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory extend

[ad_1] The Public Library of Science (PLOS) and the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) today announced an extension of its long-standing partnership to give authors more options to quickly and easily share their research before publication in a journal. Since this month, three PLOS reviews, PLOS Medicine, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, and PLOS ONE, will offer authors the possibility of ...

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Satellites Of Love Bitcoin Blueprint Yugoslavia

[ad_1] In this article, I argue that future geopolitical uses of Bitcoin technology have a roadmap like the Non-Aligned Movement created by former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito during the Cold War. Like many great ideas, this one started with a question from a child. It’s a typical morning driving my daughter to her high school in New York City. ...

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Lost and Found – Greene Publishing, Inc.

[ad_1] Shelly smith [email protected] Rene and Maribel Ortega own the downtown shipping store located on Range St., We Pack & Mail. Recently, the Ortegas bought a mini shed to renovate into a fake school for their eight-year-old daughter, Bella, as a birthday present. An older man from Live Oak sold the shed to the Ortega family. After having the shed ...

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Former Sun Editor-in-Chief Releases First Novel in Western Series | New

[ad_1] RUSSELLVILLE – Randal Seyler, a native of Pocahontas, published the first of his Western adventure novels and signed a five-book contract with DS Publishing, a leading publisher of Western fiction. Seyler, a graduate of Pocahontas High School and former editor of The sun, writes “Jehovah Moon; Texas Ranger: Stagecoach Shootout. The book, which was released in October by DS ...

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Sylvère Lotringer, force of change of form of the avant-garde, dies at 83 years old

[ad_1] Sylvère Lotringer, who popularized French critical theory in the United States, helped inspire the “Matrix” film series, lectured for celebrities from the counter-culture, lent his name to a character from a acclaimed novel and a television series based on it, sparked rants on Fox News and founded an influential publishing house – all while trying to erase memories of ...

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Lakeview graduate “Classroom Clown” helps others as a school psychologist | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Photo submitted Diane M. Ross, originally from Cortland, is performing a comedy in Northern Virginia. Ross’s memoir “First Generation Normal” publishes on Thanksgiving Day. CORTLAND – In a life full of improbabilities, half-hearted student Diane M. Ross has become the lady who motivates reluctant youth to love education. “I was not a good student, a bit of a class ...

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Opus One Studios and Code of Support Foundation publish graphic history of American veterans

[ad_1] MCLEAN, Virginia, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Opus One Studios, publisher of creative products supporting deserving causes, today announced the release of a graphic novel-style publication to support the Education & Engagement program of the Code of Support Foundation by recounting the history of American veterans and introducing readers to the United States armed forces. Cover of ...

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Questions and Answers with Author Linda Zajac | Saturday Q&A

[ad_1] Known For: Award Winning Freelance Science Writer and Author of “Robo-Motion: Robots that Move Like Animals” and Minecraft Books with STEM and Coding Sidebars For starters: Her first major publication was in Highlights, a children’s magazine, on the use of DNA to count grizzly bears. Education: Graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University. Q: When did you think, “Oh, I’m ...

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6 on the list for the Bocas Children’s Book Award

[ad_1] Characteristics Journalist 35 minutes ago – Six writers from the Caribbean have been shortlisted for the top Bocas Children’s Book Prize, with tales that bring magic, folklore and true historical events to life for the region’s young readers. The award, sponsored by Unit Trust Corporation (UTC), is the first of its kind to recognize Caribbean books aimed at young ...

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Zambia: “Farewell Benjamin Mowa” – allAfrica.com

[ad_1] Around the same time last year, The Times of Zambia published a touching story of a teacher from Lusaka, Maria Mulenga, who sacrificed one of her kidneys to save the life of her husband Benjamin Mowa. Alas, a year later, this rare story of determination and unspeakable love ended tragically a few days ago following the death of Benjamin ...

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10 things you didn’t know about Awkwafina

[ad_1] Awkwafina, née Nora Lum, is one of Hollywood’s next generation’s brightest talents. Whether she creates and plays a dual role on her own show or in big budget blockbusters, she obviously gives 110% to everything she does. RELATED: The 7 Best Awkwafina Characters Are Nora From Queens But as her star continues to rise, there are still things about ...

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Fairfax County Schools Remove 2 Books With Graphic Sex From Libraries

[ad_1] A northern Virginia school system said it was removing two books from school libraries, including an illustrated memoir containing explicit illustrations of sex involving children, after a parent expressed concern about them when a school board meeting. A northern Virginia school system said it was removing two books from school libraries, including an illustrated memoir containing explicit illustrations of ...

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Panama City receives exhibition of ancient Chinese-style paintings

[ad_1] PANAMA CITY – The latest art exhibition at Gulf Coast State College combines traditional Chinese painting technique with contemporary American subjects, a mix of East and West, new and old. “Campus Life” features paintings by Florida A&M University art professor Nan Liu. It opened on September 10 at the GCSC Amelia Center gallery in Panama City and will run ...

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Legendary Nigerian musician Victor Uwaifo dies at 80

[ad_1] By Vanessa Obioha Legendary musician Sir Victor Uwaifo, who was Nigeria’s first arts, culture and tourism commissioner, has passed away. The news of his death was announced by his son Uwaifo Peter of Rock on Facebook. He is said to have died from a brief illness. His son said his death came after a week of working with him. ...

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Gamasutra – Press Releases – Brutal Soulslike Boss-Rush, Eldest Souls Reveals Epic New Animated Trailer

[ad_1] [This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press.] July 19, 2021 – London, United Kingdom – Older souls, the upcoming soul-like boss-rush game from indie publisher, United Label, has just released an epic new animated trailer, illustrating a taste of the brutal combat that awaits you. Rightly ...

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One year of missing tests

[ad_1] The SAT or ACT isn’t the first time students have encountered standardized tests. By the time today’s children graduate from high school, they will have succeeded. dozen. But tests in K-12 education, often mandated by the government, have a broader purpose than college entrance tests. It is about evaluating students not only as individuals, but as a population, with ...

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The 12 best beach reads to get lost this summer

Summer is finally here, and with it a plethora of reading opportunities, whether you’re lounging by the pool or just getting out of the overly air-conditioned office a little early. You could look at Barthes or Baudrillard, of course, but come on, it’s July! Officially, it’s time to unplug and let your brain feast on the best that Beach Cannon ...

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