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Age-Adjusted Prepping, by Wandering Will

Age-Adjusted Prepping, by Wandering Will

It is said that prepping is not a movement or a philosophy. It is a way of life, and a way of life must accommodate changes in life. Having squarely arrived into my “Golden Years,” I was reluctantly forced to take a fresh look at my prepping agenda. Not exactly a newbie to the game.…

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Educated unemployment rise sharply in 2017-18, ratio of jobless more than doubled across genders

Educated unemployment rise sharply in 2017-18, ratio of jobless more than doubled across genders

The issue of employment will not be resolved easily as the concept is amorphous given that it is hard to define who is employed or unemployed. The NSSO data that has been used in Business Standard has not been accepted as being the final document and hence is not official. But nonetheless, the revelation of…

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Every (Pre-Lady Gaga) Oscar-Nominated Acting Performance by a Musician, Ranked

Every (Pre-Lady Gaga) Oscar-Nominated Acting Performance by a Musician, Ranked

Whether or not Lady Gaga walks away with Best Actress this year, she has already joined a rarified company. Not musicians who have dabbled in the movies — cinema is littered with those, from Madonna to Ludacris to KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park. Still, only a couple dozen of them have managed to…

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Nate Oats and Buffalo want to do more than ruin your bracket (again)

Nate Oats and Buffalo want to do more than ruin your bracket (again)

Feb 19, 2019Jordan SchultzESPN CloseESPN insider/analyst and correspondent for the “The Board Room” Co-host of the new hoops podcast, “Pull Up,” with CJ McCollum Former college 2-guardDespite temperatures around zero degrees and a dumping of snow on campus, Buffalo’s students — back on campus for the first time in six weeks after winter break –…

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Sands Cares, Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation Help Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth Kick Off Housing Expansion Campaign with Initial Funding Commitments

Sands Cares, Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation Help Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth Kick Off Housing Expansion Campaign with Initial Funding Commitments

LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth today launched a Housing Expansion Campaign to generate funds for a new facility that will provide much-needed beds for homeless youth in Southern Nevada, and announced a $100,000 seed investment from Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) through Sands Cares. As a committed partner in the fight to end…

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Just How White Is ‘White-Collar Prison,’ And What Does It Really Take To Land Yourself There?

Just How White Is ‘White-Collar Prison,’ And What Does It Really Take To Land Yourself There?

On Wednesday December 12, 2018 — the same day Michael Cohen was sentenced in New York to three years in minimum-security prison for a whole Rolodex of white-collar crimes including bank fraud, tax evasion and lying to Congress — a thousand miles to the southwest, John Andrew Kister, a 54-year-old white resident of Decatur, Alabama,…

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School climate strikes: What next for the latest generation of activists?

School climate strikes: What next for the latest generation of activists?

Home Earth Environment February 19, 2019 February 19, 2019 by Marc Hudson, The Conversation The summer 2018 heatwave helped inspire more radical action on climate change. Credit: Savo Ilic / shutterstock School students across the UK (and the world) went on strike on February 15, leaving their lessons to protest the lack of effective action…

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Zane Trace working to break the mental health stigma

Zane Trace working to break the mental health stigma

KINNIKINNICK – The Zane Trace School District is leading the way for mental health intervention in Ross County schools.The Signs of Suicide initiative, developed by Nationwide Children’s, was implemented over two days and reached nearly 250 eighth and 12th-grade students recently. Buy PhotoZane Trace seniors Megan Watson, left, and Maddie Massie go over an informational sheet…

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Yemen Press Reader 514: | Jemenkrieg-Mosaik 514 – Yemen War Mosaic 514

Yemen Press Reader 514: | Jemenkrieg-Mosaik 514 – Yemen War Mosaic 514

Yemen Press Reader 514: 18. Februar 2018: Stoppt den Krieg gegen Kinder – Weltenlenker wollen den Jemenkrieg nicht wirklich beenden – Landminen – Ärzte ohne Grenzen: Notfallkrankenhaus in Mocha Bei diesem Beitrag handelt es sich um ein Blog aus der Freitag-Community Eingebetteter Medieninhalt Eingebetteter Medieninhalt … Djibouti und Jemen: Flüchtlinge und Migranten – Emirate: Internetspione…

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The Athenian Acropolis

The Athenian Acropolis

Harrison Eiteljorg, II’s article “Antiquity’s High Holy Place: The Athenian Acropolis” was originally published in the November/December 2004 issue of Archaeology Odyssey. BAS Library Members can read every article ever published in AO online. The setting sun illuminates Athens’s Acropolis (literally, High City) in the photo taken from the southwest. Prior to its destruction by…

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Integrative systematic review of psychodrama psychotherapy research: Trends and methodological implications

Integrative systematic review of psychodrama psychotherapy research: Trends and methodological implications

Loading metrics Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Hod Orkibi,  Rinat Feniger-Schaal x Published: February 19, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0212575 Abstract Background Psychodrama is an experiential psychotherapy in which guided role-play is used to gain insights and work on personal and interpersonal problems and possible solutions. Despite the wealth of literature describing clinical work, psychodrama intervention research is…

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Trevor Bauer Is More Concerned With Being Right Than Being Liked

Trevor Bauer Is More Concerned With Being Right Than Being Liked

This story appears in the Feb. 25, 2019, issue of Sports Illustrated. For more great storytelling and in-depth analysis, subscribe to the magazine—and get up to 94% off the cover price. Click here for more. Trevor Bauer sits on a folding chair in a drafty warehouse, sipping applesauce from a plastic cup and electrocuting his brain. Well,…

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111 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Feb 19-24, 2019

111 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Feb 19-24, 2019

The theme of this year’s Northwest Flower & Garden Festival is “Gardens of the World.” Wander through mini-landscapes representing the botanical wonders of Pakistan, Tuscany, Ireland, and more through Sunday. Northwest Flower & Garden Festival via Facebook Our arts critics have already recommended 51 great things to do this week and our music critics have…

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Before It’s Too Late

Before It’s Too Late

Ed. note: This post has been reposted from its original publication with permission of the author. When I arrived at the urban homestead Mary Christina Wood shares with her family in Eugene, Oregon, she had just pulled homemade bread from the oven. I had come to interview her about a bold legal campaign to prevent…

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What’s On: Art, music and events in Porirua and the Kāpiti Coast

What’s On: Art, music and events in Porirua and the Kāpiti Coast

Want to see your event in this list? Visit nbly.nz/kap and fill out the online form with your event details. Make sure you do this at least one week before your event. Inclusion is at the editor’s discretion. MUSIC & THEATRE A Comedy Show With Good Comedians In It: ‘Good Comedians’ is a one-of-a-kind stand-up comedy…

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Premier Job Mokgoro – State of the Province Address

Premier Job Mokgoro – State of the Province Address

Photo: GCIS Tito Mboweni takes his oath of office (file photo). press release State of the Province Address delivered by North West Premier Prof Tebogo Job Mokgoro, at the opening of the North West Provincial Legislature convened on Friday, 15 February 2019 in Mahikeng The Speaker of the North West Provincial Legislature, Hon Suzan Dantjie…

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Teen Inspires, Changes Lives Through Poetry

Teen Inspires, Changes Lives Through Poetry

By Aletta ShikololoLydia Festus, socially known as Lydia October, is not just your regular teenage girl having at the age of 19 years already made herself a brand and knows what it takes to be successful. She is a poet, MC and the founder of the non-governmental organisation (NGO), October Foundation. To her, poetry is…

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Response: Going After ‘The Roots’ of Bullying

Response: Going After ‘The Roots’ of Bullying

 (This is the last post in a two-part series. You can see Part One here.) The new question of the week is: How can teachers and administrators best address bullying in school? Part One’s contributors were Martha Caldwell, Oman Frame, Terry Roller, Dr. Kris Felicello, John Seborowski, Jessica Hannigan, John Hannigan, and Kelly Wickham Hurst. You…

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A Fragmented Self: 8 Misconceptions of Childhood Trauma

A Fragmented Self: 8 Misconceptions of Childhood Trauma

What is emotional and psychological trauma? How would you describe it? If I were to quiz you on trauma would you know how to define it? You might say something like trauma is a negative experience that you cannot forget or move past. I would give you an A+ but also challenge you to consider…

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Top Toy Trends of 2019 Announced at Toy Fair New York

Top Toy Trends of 2019 Announced at Toy Fair New York

NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — New ways to explore the unboxing craze, compounds including slime, putty, and sand that foster creative play, and toys that prepare and inspire children for the future are just a few of 2019’s biggest toy trends announced today by The Toy Association at its 116th North American International Toy…

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One year after murder of 10-year-old boy, is Asbury Park safer?

One year after murder of 10-year-old boy, is Asbury Park safer?

ASBURY PARK – There is a beachfront playground here dedicated to a teacher killed in the school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, a national tragedy that took place some 130 miles away.But just across town, the pain that decades of gun violence has caused within the city’s impoverished West Side is neither memorialized nor acknowledged in any…

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How former ref Tim Donaghy conspired to fix NBA games

How former ref Tim Donaghy conspired to fix NBA games

ACT 1: A CONVENIENT HALF-TRUTHJames “Jimmy” “Bah-Bah” “The Sheep” Battista was a stressed-out, overweight, Oxy-addicted 41-year-old, in the hole to some underground gamblers for sums he’d sort of lost track of, when he settled in to watch an NBA game for which he believed he’d just put in the fix. It was January 2007. A…

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Take them back

Take them back

Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) celebrate the first anniversary of Raqqa province liberation from ISIS, in Raqqa, Syria Ocotber 27, 2018. (photo credit: ABOUD HAMAM / REUTERS) X Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people are reading The Jerusalem Post than ever before. Nevertheless, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications, like…

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Do changes in weight status affect cognitive function in children and adolescents with obesity? A secondary analysis of a clinical trial

Do changes in weight status affect cognitive function in children and adolescents with obesity? A secondary analysis of a clinical trial

Do changes in weight status affect cognitive function in children and adolescents with obesity? A secondary analysis of a clinical trial Yvonne C Anderson1,2, Kaye Kirkpatrick1, Gerard M S Dolan3, Trecia A Wouldes4, Cameron C Grant5,6,7, Tami L Cave2, Cervantée E K Wild2, José G B Derraik2,8, Wayne S Cutfield2,6,8, Paul L Hofman2,6 1Department of…

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Lost boys: Thousands of child soldiers remain trapped in South Sudan bush camps

Lost boys: Thousands of child soldiers remain trapped in South Sudan bush camps

Every night when Thomas, 13, goes to sleep the screams of the people he was forced to burn alive two years ago punch through his nightmares. He was just 11 years old when rebel forces in Yambio, South Sudan, gave him a torch and told him to set fire to a family’s hut. Just a few…

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Improving neurodevelopmental outcomes in children with congenital heart disease: protocol for a randomised controlled trial of working memory training

Improving neurodevelopmental outcomes in children with congenital heart disease: protocol for a randomised controlled trial of working memory training

Improving neurodevelopmental outcomes in children with congenital heart disease: protocol for a randomised controlled trial of working memory training Johanna Calderon1,2, David C Bellinger2, Catherine Hartigan3, Alison Lord3, Christian Stopp3, David Wypij3,4, Jane W Newburger3,5 1Boston Children’s Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, Boston, Massachusetts, USA 2Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA 3Department of…

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The Powers That Shouldn’t Be

The Powers That Shouldn’t Be

Five Washington insiders the next Democratic president shouldn’t hire. Given he was garnering about 2 percent in national polls, it may have seemed a bit premature for former Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt to have started naming possible cabinet appointments last July. During a Democratic candidates deate in Houston, Babbitt decided that for his quest to…

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What’s on in the Hutt Valley

What’s on in the Hutt Valley

​Want to see your event in this list? Visit nbly.nz/hut and fill out the online form with your event details. Make sure you do this at least one week before your event. Inclusion is at the editor’s discretion.​ FAMILY & COMMUNITY Beach Play: Have fun on Petone Beach and join us to create sand sculptures, fly kites and more.…

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Black History Month: Celebrating 10 Photographers From The Black Community

Black History Month: Celebrating 10 Photographers From The Black Community

Lead photo by Aundre Larrow. Used with permission. All year round we should celebrate photographers from the black community. February, however, is a great opportunity to shine some extra light on the best of the best in the scene–it’s Black History Month in the US afterall. In line with Black History month, we have compiled…

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Top 10 Scary Facts And Stories About Marijuana

Top 10 Scary Facts And Stories About Marijuana

Weed remains a firm favorite of recreational smokers. Not considered as damaging as drugs whipped up in a seedy laboratory, marijuana hides behind a “natural” look. However, this leafy habit can induce some hair-raising side effects. From heart attacks and shrinking brains to first psychotic episodes and the loss of happiness, pot may not be…

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Oscars 2019: Who Should Win, Who Will Win

Oscars 2019: Who Should Win, Who Will Win

There’s a crisis at the Oscars this year — and it’s not about #OscarsSoWhite or #TimesUp, though those inclusion issues still deserve attention. Let’s call this catastrophe #OscarsSoMoney. It’s a year in which the Academy seems less interested in the quality of films than in the numbers they can attract to watch their Oscar telecast…

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New homeless shelter for youth slated to open in March in Scarborough

New homeless shelter for youth slated to open in March in Scarborough

Evan Back stands in a storage room in a building that will soon be a homeless shelter for young people in Scarborough. Back points to shelves containing comforters, pillows, sheets and pillow cases. Then he gestures to shelves containing sweatshirts, socks, underwear, and sleeping bags. The room holds much of the bedding and linen that the young people in…

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Monaco may regret sacking the man who revitalised the club

Monaco may regret sacking the man who revitalised the club

Until recently, mistakes were rare at Monaco. In just five years, the Russian duo of billionaire owner Dmitry Rybolovlev and vice president Vadim Vasilyev led the club from the second tier to the Ligue 1 title. But the club collapsed this season and the owner has now acted, sacking Vasilyev. “Now it is time for…

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The New ‘New Education’

The New ‘New Education’

Charles Eliot charted a course of education reform 150 years ago. Now it falls to us to update his vision for today’s challenges. 6:00 AM ET Managing director for education at Emerson Collective Bettmann / Getty Addressing a nation riven by civil war, Charles Eliot offered a solution for its dangerous disunity: education. “The American…

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Remembering the Murder You Didn’t Commit (2017)

Remembering the Murder You Didn’t Commit (2017)

When Ada JoAnn Taylor is tense, she thinks she can feel the fabric of a throw pillow in the pads of her fingers. Taylor has suffered from tactile flashbacks for three decades. She imagines herself in a small apartment in Beatrice, Nebraska. She is gripping the edges of a pillow, more tightly than she means…

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Ian Eagle discusses great voices, great events … and ketchup

Ian Eagle discusses great voices, great events … and ketchup

Ian Eagle is all over the airwaves — from the Nets announcer on the YES Network to calling NFL, NBA and NCAA basketball on CBS and TNT. He chats with Steve Serby about his career highlights, the best moments he has seen and those he has worked with. Q: What are some games or events…

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Horrified after witnessing a stabbing on her doorstep, Radio 4 presenter Kirsty Lang investigated

Horrified after witnessing a stabbing on her doorstep, Radio 4 presenter Kirsty Lang investigated

At first, I thought the commotion outside my house was caused by revellers pouring out of the local pub.  It wasn’t long before Christmas and, as I got ready for bed, I assumed the raised voices came from too much seasonal goodwill rather than anything more sinister.It was only when the flashing blue lights of an…

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Resilience (VOA Connect Ep 57)

Resilience (VOA Connect Ep 57)

VOA – CONNECT EPISODE 57AIR DATE 02 15 2019 TRANSCRIPT OPEN ((VO/NAT))((Banner)) After Parkland ((SOT)) ((Animation Transition)) ((Banner)) Overcoming Illness ((SOT))((Animation Transition)) ((Banner)) Reimagining T-Rex ((SOT))((Open Animation)) BLOCK A ((PKG)) After Parkland: Part 4 From Ashes to the Canvas((Banner: Aftermath of a School Shooting))((Producers: Beth Mendelson, Tom Detzel, Cliff Hackel))((Camera: Mike Burke, Sean Lunski, Alexander…

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The Anatomy of Emotional Warfare

The Anatomy of Emotional Warfare

The previous two blogs (here and here) told the story of how I came to learn about Edward Kroger’s conception of Emotional Warfare and how the concept offers a powerful new way to explain much of psychopathology. As was noted in Part II, the key player in Emotional Warfare is the “False Self,” which refers…

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The transformation of Rebel Wilson

The transformation of Rebel Wilson

She is now one of the most recognizable faces in the world when her role in Pitch Perfect brought her to success, but that road wasn’t as perfect as some would imagine. Take a look at the amazing transformation of Rebel Wilson, our lovable girl next door. Shy girl Source: popsugar.com.au Rebel Wilson was born…

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Creating a Vibrant Social Innovation Ecosystem

Creating a Vibrant Social Innovation Ecosystem

Growing up in Singapore, CEO and cofounder of Manila-based BagoSphere Zhihan Lee loved solving problems through research. When he was an engineering science major at the National University of Singapore (NUS), however, the experiments conducted inside the walls of a lab didn’t grip him with the same excitement. He wanted to find solutions to the…

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Meet CBC Toronto’s Community Champions, including shelter volunteer who acts as house parent to incoming youth

Meet CBC Toronto’s Community Champions, including shelter volunteer who acts as house parent to incoming youth

CBC Toronto and all its local shows came together to ask listeners and viewers across the GTA to nominate the individuals and groups that are making their communities better. Close to 150 entries were received that highlighted some of the amazing work that continues to drive communities forward.A panel of judges representing our broadcast shows,…

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SECURE SYNOPSIS: 25 JANUARY 2019

SECURE SYNOPSIS: 25 JANUARY 2019 NOTE: Please remember that following ‘answers’ are NOT ‘model answers’. They are NOT synopsis too if we go by definition of the term. What we are providing is content that both meets demand of the question and at the same time gives you extra points in the form of background…

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Further Reflections on Amanita Muscaria as an Edible Species (2012)

by Debbie Viess Over twenty five years ago, a tiny perfect grisette seduced me into the world of mushrooms. Barely three inches tall, it glowed pearly gray and grew from the middle of my favorite Bay Area hiking trail. The sight of it drew me to my knees. It was too beautiful to disturb, so…

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UMBRELLA ACADEMY’s Number Five Speaks Out

UMBRELLA ACADEMY’s Number Five Speaks Out

Credit: Netflix Credit: Netflix Number Five is the youngest-looking member of Umbrella Academy, but with his time-traveling past he’s actually the oldest – or “super old” as a Netlix poster has described him. For actor Aiden Gallagher, he has a bit of that in his own life as a veteran actor while still being 15…

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Mapping 21st-Century Skills to SEL Competencies

Mapping 21st-Century Skills to SEL Competencies

The relationship between Socio-Emotional Competencies and 21st-Century Skills has been uppermost on my mind lately because of a series of key events. In mid-January I spent the day working with 250 North Dakota school leaders, who came together in Mandan to learn how to better implement the state’s Choice Ready initiative. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)…

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Why have faith now? ‘Nothing man-made can ever approach what God can do for His children.’

Why have faith now? ‘Nothing man-made can ever approach what God can do for His children.’

CLOSE Russell Nelson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, talks about immigration, the Mesa Temple, and today’s youth. Nathan J. Fish, The Republic | azcentral.comOpinion: We have shifted from a world in which it seemed impossible not to believe in God to one in which faith is simply an option, LDS…

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How Prince’s Social Activist Networks Are Keeping His Vision Alive

How Prince’s Social Activist Networks Are Keeping His Vision Alive

Since Prince’s death, activist and CNN commentator Van Jones has worn a purple tie for his TV appearances and has seen other people do similar things. “We’re just trying to signal we’re still loyal to the throne, even though the throne is empty now,” he says. That’s because the artist left behind what Jones calls…

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The ‘Umbrella Academy’ Superheroes and Assassins Wear Vintage, Custom-Designed Suits and a Lot of Leather

The ‘Umbrella Academy’ Superheroes and Assassins Wear Vintage, Custom-Designed Suits and a Lot of Leather

Costume designer Christopher Hargadon also explains how Mary J. Blige herself influenced her three-piece suiting in the new Netflix series.Warning: Spoilers for ‘Umbrella Academy’ below.In further superheroes of 2019 news, “Umbrella Academy,” the live-action adaptation of the graphic novels written by My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and illustrated by Gerard Bá, premieres on Netflix today. The 10-episode…

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Top 30 Under 30: Up and Coming African Entrepreneurs – BusinessAMLive

Top 30 Under 30: Up and Coming African Entrepreneurs – BusinessAMLive

By Audrey Kyanova In Africa, business is booming. Africa has long been a rich continent, but the number of new startups is rising. The owners of these businesses are not all older people either. Many are young entrepreneurs with a lot of ambition. These young company leaders are taking the business world by storm. They…

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First Pinoy app nominated as global finalist to the NASA Space Apps Challenge

binspamdupenotthebestofftopicslownewsdaystalestupid freshfunnyinsightfulinterestingmaybe descriptive 106638666 submission Submission + – First Pinoy app nominated as global finalist to the NASA Space Apps Challenge (spaceappschallenge.org) Submitted by Catch2T8 on Friday February 15, 2019 @11:46AM Catch2T8 writes: MANILA, Philippines — Among the 2,729 teams in 200 locations all over the world who participated in the NASA Space Apps Challenge,…

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How teens want to solve America’s school shooting problem

How teens want to solve America’s school shooting problem

Back to student voices archive February 14, 2019 f Middle and high school students across the country shared their thoughts on gun violence with the NewsHour after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, one year ago. We thought you’d like to read their voices, since they were very clear in wanting to share them. We…

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The Complete Digital Marketing 2019 Guide

The Complete Digital Marketing 2019 Guide

If you’re on the hunt for an updated, comprehensive and easy to understand digital marketing guide, this is the one for you.This is your Complete Digital Marketing 2019 Guide aimed to give you the full run down on everything you need for your digital marketing journey. Whether you’re a beginner student or a professional, we’re…

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Let’s talk about sex

Let’s talk about sex

Photo courtesy of Netflix The controversy over Netflix’s Sex Education continues Test Yourself is where you can improve your reading skills. Whether it’s for tests like University Entrance Exams or IELTS and TOEFL, or even just for fun, these pages help you to read, understand and improve your English. NEW: you can now download a…

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Adolescents have a fundamental need to contribute

Adolescents have a fundamental need to contribute

No longer children but not yet adults, adolescents need opportunities to learn and prepare for their entrance into the broader society. But, as schooling increasingly extends the adolescent period and teenagers get dismissed as supposedly selfish and irresponsible, has society forgotten an important developmental need of our youth? As a developmental scientist who focuses on…

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Milpitas Teen Center off to a Robust Start – The Milpitas Beat

Milpitas Teen Center off to a Robust Start – The Milpitas Beat

On the evening of Friday, February 15, the Milpitas Teen Center hosted Friend’s Day, an event to which their members could bring along non-member friends, enjoying the facilities as well as free Cold Stone ice cream. Opened last November, the Milpitas Teen Center’s base of operations is the Barbara Lee Senior Center. Mondays through Fridays,…

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President Cyril Ramaphosa – Response to Debate On State of the Nation Address 2019

President Cyril Ramaphosa – Response to Debate On State of the Nation Address 2019

Photo: Presidency of South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to comments and speeches after the State of the Nation address. press release Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Baleka Mbete, Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Ms Thandi Modise, Deputy President David Mabuza in absentia, Honourable Members, Allow me to begin by wishing my…

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Work-focused interventions that promote the labour market transition of young adults with chronic disabling health conditions: a systematic review

Work-focused interventions that promote the labour market transition of young adults with chronic disabling health conditions: a systematic review

Work-focused interventions that promote the labour market transition of young adults with chronic disabling health conditions: a systematic review Arif Jetha1,2, Robert Shaw3, Adrienne R Sinden4, Quenby Mahood1, Monique AM Gignac1,2,5, Mary Ann McColl6, Kathleen A Martin Ginis3 1Institute for Work and Health, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto,…

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Frames per second: Why Amol Palekar needs Doctor Mama and Deven

Frames per second: Why Amol Palekar needs Doctor Mama and Deven

On the morning of his all-important job interview at Urmila Traders, Ram Prasad (Amol Palekar) — the protagonist of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s 1979 classic Gol Maal — gets a visit from Doctor Mama (David). He is not the real mama (maternal uncle) of Ram Prasad and his sister, Ratna, but a family friend, and a parental…

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Jolanda Neff blog: Becoming one with your bike

Jolanda Neff blog: Becoming one with your bike

Hey everyone,Related ArticlesNeff signs with Trek Factory RacingJolanda Neff and Nino Schurter scoop Swiss awardsNeff powers through mud to finish among the best at Namur World CupNeff wins GP Sven NysNeff: A dark horse for the cyclo-cross world title in DenmarkI’m happy you found your way to my first-ever blog for Cyclingnews. I’ll try to…

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Uganda: Aliguma’s Soft Touch Transforms Slum Dwellers in Acholi Quarters

Uganda: Aliguma’s Soft Touch Transforms Slum Dwellers in Acholi Quarters

By Moses MugaluRita Aliguma is a go-getter. My acquaintance with her dates back more than a decade through sports journalism. Over the years, I have known her as a person with a trait of being resolute. She scaled heights to become Uganda Sports Press Association (Uspa) vice president for four years before fate reunited us…

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Play To Win Or Go Out Like Broomcorn’s Uncle

Play To Win Or Go Out Like Broomcorn’s Uncle

There is a passage from a classical Chinese text, written thousands of years ago, that describes the plight of many struggling traders today. It’s from The Zhuangzi and translates as follows: They are consumed with anxiety over trivial matters but remain arrogantly oblivious to the things truly worth fearing. Their words fly from their mouths…

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Four lessons from 11 years of Closing the Gap reports

Four lessons from 11 years of Closing the Gap reports

Scott Morrison today became the fifth prime minister to deliver a Closing the Gap report to parliament – the 11th since the strategy began in 2008. Closing the Gap has aimed to reduce disadvantage among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with particular respect to life expectancy, child mortality, access to early childhood education, educational…

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02/14/2019

DOWNLOAD DWARF FORTRESS 0.44.12 (July 7, 2018) Windows | Linux | Mac All Versions Current Development: RSS Feed, Release Feed, @Bay12Games 02/14/2019 I decided to do the religious work I mentioned for worldgen last time, in the form of persecution and riots, religious grievances and personal grudges against abusive rulers, as well as allowing priests…

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nigerian youth on the change they want to see

nigerian youth on the change they want to see

This article originally appeared on i-D UK.Being born and raised in Nigeria, I am no stranger to the many hardships that my people face, even though I’m fortunate enough to be attending school in Toronto. In a country like Nigeria where corruption prevails with no sympathy, it’s very easy for the youth to feel like…

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Suspected ADHD cases put pressure on mental health services

Suspected ADHD cases put pressure on mental health services

Pharmacies are dispensing more Ritalin and other ADHD medication every year and more suspected cases are being referred for a diagnosis. Is the condition actually on the rise? OLIVER LEWIS reports. The problems became obvious at school. About two years ago Jane* noticed her then 6-year-old son was struggling. He wasn’t hyperactive, but he was forgetting things…

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Global Leader TOMY Ready to Play in Entirely New Categories for 2019

Global Leader TOMY Ready to Play in Entirely New Categories for 2019

OAK BROOK, Ill., Feb. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — TOMY, a leading global designer, producer and marketer of innovative, high quality toys, infant and toddler products, is making bold moves in 2019, unveiling a host of all-new, innovative proprietary and licensed toy brands to complement its existing portfolio at Toy Fair New York (booth #3003). TOMY brings…

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Next-Generation Philanthropy

Next-Generation Philanthropy

Asian philanthropy is undergoing a profound cultural change triggered by generational differences. These differences have been understudied; one of the few such assessments was conducted by UBS and INSEAD in 2011. It reached several important conclusions, most notably that the older generations tend to be more cognizant of the importance of giving to their communities;…

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Sherdog’s Weekend Boxing Preview

Sherdog’s Weekend Boxing Preview

What: Rob Brant vs. Khasan Baysangurov, Middleweights When: Feb. 15How to Watch: ESPN 9 p.m. ETWhy You Should Care: Rob Brant remembers what it was like to be an unknown meant to lose to a future star, but does he remember it enough to avoid the same fate? Minnesota’s Rob Brant wasn’t supposed to beat…

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First Edition: February 15, 2019

First Edition: February 15, 2019

Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations. Kaiser Health News: Discharged, Dismissed: ERs Often Miss Chance To Set Overdose Survivors On ‘Better Path’ The last time heroin landed Marissa Angerer in a Midland, Texas, emergency room — naked and unconscious — was May 2016. But that wasn’t her first drug-related interaction with the…

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Inside Finland’s plan to become an artificial intelligence powerhouse

Inside Finland’s plan to become an artificial intelligence powerhouse

WIRED Finland knows it doesn’t have the resources to compete with China or the United States for artificial intelligence supremacy, so it’s trying to outsmart them. “People are comparing this to electricity – it touches every single sector of human life,” says Nokia chairman Risto Siilasmaa. From its foundations as a pulp mill 153 years…

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Hyatt Named To 2019 Fortune “100 Best Companies To Work For®” List By Great Place To Work® For Sixth Consecutive Year

Hyatt Named To 2019 Fortune “100 Best Companies To Work For®” List By Great Place To Work® For Sixth Consecutive Year

CHICAGO – Hyatt has been named today to the 2019 FORTUNE “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list, an annual ranking of companies with outstanding workplace cultures according to global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE. Hyatt has earned a spot on the prestigious list for six consecutive years, ranking No. 32…

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You’re Just Too Good to Be True

You’re Just Too Good to Be True

Hulton Archive / Getty, collage by Katie Kosma Kavita Das | Longreads | February 2019 | 27 minutes (6688 words) New York City, 1980 Mommy and I had a deal. On our twice-a-week, 45-minute drive to speech therapy, I practiced singing South Indian Carnatic songs, the ones she grew up playing on the violin, and…

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21 of the Best Fantasy Books With Modern Elements

21 of the Best Fantasy Books With Modern Elements

The books on this list include stories that, regardless of the technology used in the story or the year in alternative histories, create a world based on fantastical logic, and that came out in the twentieth century. They take place in the time period in which it was written, and the magical mixes with the…

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Study English, and learn the ways of the world | Letters

Study English, and learn the ways of the world | Letters

How I agree with Susanna Rustin (Why study English? We’re poorer in every sense without it, 11 February)! A retired teacher, I hear the arguments for studying Stem subjects frequently put forward as self-explanatory. But are science graduates necessarily more employable than someone who has spent her degree years reading widely, analysing language, developing sound…

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nigerian youth on the change they want to see

nigerian youth on the change they want to see

Being born and raised in Nigeria, I am no stranger to the many hardships that my people face, even though I’m fortunate enough to be attending school in Toronto. In a country like Nigeria where corruption prevails with no sympathy, it’s very easy for the youth to feel like we have no voice and no…

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(The Gist of Kurukshetra) EMPOWERMENT OF RURAL YOUTH [JANUARY-2019]

(The Gist of Kurukshetra) Empowerment Of Rural Youth [JANUARY-2019] Empowerment Of Rural Youth Today, population of India is more than 130 corers and 62 percent of it is below the age of 59 years. More than 65 percent of the country’s population is of the youth below the age of 35 years. This makes India…

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World-Class Partners Team Up as Part of Landmark Sports and Academic Complex Planned for L.A.

World-Class Partners Team Up as Part of Landmark Sports and Academic Complex Planned for L.A.

CARSON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Some of the nation’s leading names in athletics and education are teaming up to be part of the world-class Carol Kimmelman Athletic and Academic Campus – envisioned as one of the largest and most extraordinary community-serving sports and education centers in America. Spearheaded by the Kimmelman Family Foundation, the state-of-the-art Kimmelman Campus is…

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Is the unemployment crisis for real?

Is the unemployment crisis for real?

YES, NO, IT’S COMPLICATED more-in Yes | Mahesh VyasEmployment opportunities, formal jobs and the labour force are all shrinking  The jobs situation in India does not reflect a crisis, but it is a matter of serious concern. A crisis is understood as an emergency that demands immediate attention, without which we could see a calamity…

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Gates Foundation Annual Letter

Gates Foundation Annual Letter

Our 2019 Annual Letter BY BILL & MELINDA GATES How would you describe 2018? Was it what you expected? We’d probably say no. From especially devastating natural disasters on the one hand to record numbers of women campaigning for office on the other, 2018 felt to us like a series of surprises. The world looking…

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Amazon Orders 20 New & Returning International Scripted & Non-Scripted Series Including Japanese Version Of ‘The Bachelorette’

Amazon Orders 20 New & Returning International Scripted & Non-Scripted Series Including Japanese Version Of ‘The Bachelorette’

Amazon is going global in a big way with the launch of 20 new and returning international series including titles from the likes of Amy director Asif Kapadia as well as a Japanese version of The Bachelorette. It has ordered a raft of scripted and non-scripted titles from Germany, Italy, Spain, India, Japan and Mexico…

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Fresno’s Freedom School is Changing the Narrative on Farming for Black Youth

Fresno’s Freedom School is Changing the Narrative on Farming for Black Youth

At New Light for New Life Church of God in West Fresno, the well-tended backyard yields a colorful fall crop—green and purple cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, and curly kale. A few stalks of okra are left, too, as a reminder of summer’s bounty. But this is not just any church garden. This is the Freedom School…

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Community calendar: Octopus Week, Seattle Bike & Outdoor Show, Seattle Golf Show and more

Community calendar: Octopus Week, Seattle Bike & Outdoor Show, Seattle Golf Show and more

A detailed, categorized calendar of events all over Seattle and Western Washington, Feb. 15-21, 2019. Foul weather, a group leader’s illness, insufficient sign-ups — many situations can cancel or cause schedule changes for events and outings. To be certain of your plans, always call before you go. Animal events Kids ’n Critters at Northwest Trek…

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Yemen Press Reader 512: | Jemenkrieg-Mosaik 512 – Yemen War Mosaic 512

Yemen Press Reader 512: | Jemenkrieg-Mosaik 512 – Yemen War Mosaic 512

Yemen Press Reader 512: 13. Februar 2019: ZDF-Film: Jemen, Krieg, die Kinder und der Hunger – Der dringende Fall der Kunstgeschichte des Jemen – Stockholmer Abkommen und die Realität im Jemen… Bei diesem Beitrag handelt es sich um ein Blog aus der Freitag-Community Eingebetteter Medieninhalt Eingebetteter Medieninhalt … Jemen und Klimawandel – Hodeidah: Weitere Kämpfe,…

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Effects of mother-offspring and father-offspring dynamics on emerging adults’ adjustment: The mediating role of emotion regulation

Effects of mother-offspring and father-offspring dynamics on emerging adults’ adjustment: The mediating role of emotion regulation

Loading metrics Open Access Peer-reviewed Research Article Rebecca Y. M. Cheung,  Man Chong Leung,  Kevin K. S. Chan,  Chun Bun Lam x Published: February 13, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0212331 AbstractThe present study tested a theoretical model of emotion regulation between parent-offspring dynamics and emerging adults’ adjustment. The mediating role of emotion regulation strategies, including cognitive reappraisal and…

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Briefing: How the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh is changing

Briefing: How the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh is changing

Aid groups and authorities in Bangladesh are preparing to ask for more than $900 million in donor funding to help Rohingya refugees in the sprawling refugee settlements of southern Bangladesh. But nearly 18 months after 700,000 Rohingya fled a violent military crackdown in Myanmar in August 2017, the aid sector finds itself shifting from emergency…

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Amazon Greenlights Japanese Adaptation of ‘The Bachelorette’

Amazon Greenlights Japanese Adaptation of ‘The Bachelorette’

Amazon is giving Japan an early Valentine’s Day gift in the form of a series order for a local adaptation of “The Bachelorette.” Prime Video has greenlit a Japanese version of the popular ABC reality dating series, along with more than 20 other new and returning Prime original series, set to go into production in…

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Raising Living Standards Boosts Overall Well-Being of Societies, Speakers Say, as Commission for Social Development Continues Session

Smart fiscal policies and minimum wages set well above the cost of living top the list of strategies countries can use to improve their populations’ health, happiness and overall well-being, said delegates today as the fifty-seventh session of the Commission for Social Development continued. Throughout the day, speakers emphasized the need to raise living standards…

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The Spin: Bridge and budget woes | ‘El Chapo’ convicted | Election countdown

The Spin: Bridge and budget woes | ‘El Chapo’ convicted | Election countdown

Here’s a chilling detail culled from the Tribune’s coverage of the damaged approach to the Lake Shore Drive bridge that temporarily closed the northbound lanes of the span over the Chicago River. That bridge is one of the most heavily traveled structurally deficient bridges in the state, according to the American Road & Transportation Builders…

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The Front Page podcast: PM dismisses claims of ‘frosty’ NZ-China relations, junior doctors strike

The Front Page podcast: PM dismisses claims of ‘frosty’ NZ-China relations, junior doctors strike

Each weekday The Front Page keeps you up to date with the biggest news in New Zealand. Today, the China-New Zealand relationship continues to come under the microscope, Jami-Lee Ross returns to Parliament, junior doctors go on strike and one last laugh for beloved builder Cocksy. Hosted by Juliette Sivertsen. The Government’s trying to balance…

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Emerging Learning Technologies

Indiana University, School of Education, Room 2101 Section 8743 FTF, Canvas: https://iu.instructure.com/courses/1772486 Section 10173 Online, Canvas: https://iu.instructure.com/courses/1772485 General Course Link to Canvas: http://canvas.iu.edu/ Instructor: Curt Bonk, Professor, Instructional Systems Technology Dept. Syllabus (PDF; HTML):  http://php.indiana.edu/~cjbonk/Syllabus_R678_Spring_of_2019.htm Office Hours and Optional Virtual Sessions in Zoom: https://IU.zoom.us/j/8123222878 Weekly Discussion Moderators: http://www.trainingshare.com/r685.php Participant Bios and Interests: http://www.trainingshare.com/r678bios.php Online Role…

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Cocoa, Côte d’Ivoire, and children’s education: What you should know this Valentine’s Day

Cocoa, Côte d’Ivoire, and children’s education: What you should know this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, Americans are projected to spend $1.8 billion on candy alone, much of it chocolate. But as we bite into a sweet treat from a loved one, how many of us are aware of where our chocolate comes from—and its unexpected link to quality education? Cocoa beans are the raw source material used…

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Bulls’ offense is starting to show some signs of life

Bulls’ offense is starting to show some signs of life

The Bulls competed harder, guarded better and were in a one-possession game with the NBA’s best team with 2 minutes, 55 seconds left.Then the Bucks went on a 12-0 run to extend the Bulls’ franchise-record home losing streak to 11 games. Coach Jim Boylen couldn’t stop the clock during the Bucks’ spurt because he had…

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Back in time: Celtics rookie Robert Williams III stepped out of a time warp, into the NBA

Back in time: Celtics rookie Robert Williams III stepped out of a time warp, into the NBA

VIVIAN, La. — He was bigger than everyone else his age, and due to an innately friendly, generous nature, Robert Williams III gave back to everyone, be it his smaller opponents or his classmates. Youth coaches took him out of games in Vivian Little League Basketball when the results got lopsided, or when Williams, feeling…

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Valentine’s Day: Seven stress-free ways to share the love with others in need

Valentine’s Day: Seven stress-free ways to share the love with others in need

On Thursday 14 February, people across the world will celebrate their own micro definitions of love in the name of Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re planning to buy youself a M&S “love sausage” or Morrisons’ “Sweetheart Steak”, or marking the occasion a day earlier with female friends at the UK’s best Galentine’s Day events, there are plenty of…

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Africa: Things We Didn’t See Coming – Bill and Melinda Gates Annual Letter

Africa: Things We Didn’t See Coming – Bill and Melinda Gates Annual Letter

document DedicationWe’re dedicating this year’s letter to our dear friend and Bill’s Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, who died of cancer last October. Paul was a brilliant man with a wide-ranging mind and a special talent for explaining complicated subjects in a simple way. He loved to share his passion for music, science, the arts, sports,…

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Jadon Sancho, one of Europe’s hottest prospects, is back in town

Jadon Sancho, one of Europe’s hottest prospects, is back in town

Jadon Sancho may be the poster boy for a generation of English footballers doing things differently, but he is not immune to the sentiment of a homecoming.‘I’ll be playing in front of my family, which is something I’ve wanted to do since I was a young boy,’ said Sancho as he prepared for Borussia Dortmund’s…

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Parent Training Recommendations for ABA Professionals

Parent Training Recommendations for ABA Professionals

Applied behavior analysis professionals often work with children. However, when working with youth it is important to consider how you can help their caregivers be involved in treatment, as well. To help children get the most out of ABA intervention, it is recommended to provide their caregivers with training in the area of ABA individualized…

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Walgreens Boots Alliance Releases New Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Walgreens Boots Alliance Releases New Corporate Social Responsibility Report

NOTTINGHAM, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Walgreens Boots Alliance (Nasdaq: WBA) today published its 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, which showcases the company’s global sustainability initiatives to prevent opioid abuse, support cancer patients and their families and address malnutrition and other health issues in communities around the world. WBA’s CSR strategy is largely focused on health care initiatives,…

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Battle Angel Alita’s long road to the big screen began with Japanese upheaval and cyberpunk

Battle Angel Alita’s long road to the big screen began with Japanese upheaval and cyberpunk

Almost two decades ago, 20th Century Fox first bought the domain names “battleangelalita.com” and “battleangelalitamovie.com.” It was a fittingly cyber start to the long-awaited Hollywood film adaptation of Yukito Kishiro’s Gunnm — known in the west as Battle Angel Alita — as the classic manga is one of the most beloved titles to emerge from…

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