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SAN DIEGO – One Digital World, a nonprofit in San Diego, is running a 5K run on Saturday, November 6 to raise money for education and literacy programs for asylum seekers and refugees. Walk for Wildlife and Run for Refugees 5K is a collaboration with the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach. Half of …

Eckhart Public Library’s Director of Marketing and Community Engagement, Jamie Long, grew up in an area not served by a public library. “When you’re in that position it’s very demoralizing and frustrating, so I can certainly empathize with that frustration. We get people all the time who have moved from an area that has county-wide …

In the new horror film “Antlers”, Keri Russell plays a college professor in a troubled Oregon town who speculates that one of his students (Jeremy T. Thomas) is hiding a supernatural secret that has something to do with it. see with a chain of brutal killings. (She’s right.) Scott Cooper, the director of “Antlers”, which …

Día de los Muertos is a two-day celebration that celebrates life and death – a joyous time for people to remember the deceased and honor their memory through festivals, lively celebrations and meaningful offerings. Family members prepare weeks in advance by creating altars, decorating burial places, and cooking specific foods. Nov. 1 is typically focused …

The Commonwealth Education Continuum (CEC), an initiative launched by Governor Andy Beshear in 2021 to improve Kentucky’s workforce education pipeline, released its recommendations this week for the state’s political leaders , government agencies, education membership organizations, school districts, and colleges and universities. Co-chaired by Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman, Post-Secondary Education Council Chairman Aaron Thompson and …

WVU Libraries will welcome English teacher Nancy Caronia for a virtual presentation titled “American Dime Novels: Racialization / Erasure” on Thursday, November 4 at 4 pm. Caronia, an associate teaching professor at the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences Department of English, will discuss her exhibit now open in Room 1010 of the downtown library. …

A barrage of major album releases in the wake of the pandemic has led to the busiest winter schedule in years, with successful offers from world-famous artists like Coldplay, ABBA and Adele all arriving at time to compete for the Christmas First Place mega-sale. To this pop game of thrones we can add scruffy troubadour …

What there is to know Spooky theme park mazes, a treat event in Heritage Square, an Anaheim scavenger hunt, and daytime children’s parades are coming soon. Some events will take place throughout the weekend, while others will take place on October 30 or 31; check times and details, and if advance tickets are required Día …

The San Francisco Business Times STEAM Virtual Event will examine the state of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math education in the Bay Area and beyond. We’ll explore what schools, businesses, and political leaders are doing to invest in STEAM education and to help close the gender and minority gap in tech fields. We’ll take …

TROY, Mich. – The Troy School Board is about to decide whether to remove a graphics brief from the library at Troy Athens High School or leave the book. One parent complained about Alison Bechdel’s “Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic” and said he considered an image inside the graphic novel to be pornographic. The Graphic …