- Hartford CourantJun 18 02:48 PM
A tour stop, a presentation and a co-pro will be among the six works that will make up New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre's 2015-16 season.
- DawnJul 03 03:15 AM
When I was a boy, I had a ‘family teacher’ who came to our house. This gentleman taught several of my cousins, my siblings and me for years. He was a hard-working man, not sparing the rod (or electric wire for that matter) and taught us many things: learn by rote, regurgitate on paper.
- The Tuscaloosa NewsJun 27 05:09 PM
University of Alabama President's list for the Spring semester includes: Alabama Adamsville: James S. Shaffer. Addison: Jayla A. Robinson. Alabaster: Marky Elizabeth Bingham, Joshua A. Blackwell, Bevin E. Clark, Riley Andrew Cockerill, Laura H. Fulmer, Jamie E. Hillman, Erin D. Hutter, Rachel E. Irvin, Caris Pope Mitchell, Stephen A. Powers. Albertville: Taylor Leigh Bethune, Caleb J. Brown ...
- The GuardianJul 01 12:39 PM
If 2014 was the year black oppression began to illustrate for the world that black lives matter, the summer of 2015 is the time to show that blackness also exists worldwide beyond pain – it can be funny, beautiful and life-affirming too Heading into this summer we need black heroes and black superheroes, in art and in real life, more than ever. And lucky for us, they’re turning up worldwide in ...
- MashableJun 10 04:32 AM
You love Game of Thrones , but there's only so many times you can read the five available entries in the best-selling series before you go insane — and who knows when The Winds of Winter is going to be finished ? If you need a new fantasy obsession to fill that Jon Snow -shaped hole in your life, there are plenty of excellent high fantasy series that share George R.R. Martin's fascination with ...
- The Hornell Evening TribuneJun 28 10:11 AM
HORNELL — The heart and spirit of a high school graduating class tells more about the group than the enrollment size of that class. Hornell's 2015 graduates — numbering some 95 students — are part of the smallest group of graduates that anyone connected to the city school district can remember.
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