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The contractor has begun working on the roof at the Costa Mesa/Donald Dungan Library! The roofers have been very busy, which makes me think they will get the job done on time so that we can get back into the library on schedule. In the meantime, you can...
Tags: Mountains, Libraries, Apple iTunes, Arts and Culture, Landforms
AvonAvon native Brendan Walsh, a student in the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program at Southern Connecticut State University, has been selected for a Fulbright U.S. Student Award for 2013-2014 to Laos, where he will teach English at Ventiane...
The MAVEN spacecraft is leaving for Mars in November. Along with scientific gear and advanced communication technologies, it will be bringing along some poetry. It could be yours. NASA launched -- or, rather, opened -- the poetry contest on Wednesday....
Tags: Google+, NASA, NPR, NASA Mars Exploration Program
UF fans could have more opportunities to see the Gators starting in 2014, especially if they subscribe to AT&T U-verse. Officials from the Southeastern Conference and ESPN announced they signed a 20-year agreement through 2034 that also included the...
Rider Publishing, a Random House imprint, acquired world rights to "Crossing the Border," the memoirs of former North Korean State Poet Laureate Jang Jin-sung, the Guardian reports. In 2004, unable to reconcile his privileged position with the suffering...
Tags: North Korea, Pyongyang (North Korea), BBC, Kim Il Sung
Rick Ross’ controversial lyrics that seemed to promote date rape resulted in the superstar rapper-mogul being dropped as a spokesperson for Reebok. After intense pressure from a number of organizations, including anti-sexism collective ...
Daily PressMay 1 UPDATE: All of the entries are in and voting for the 2013 Daily Press Poetry contest begins tomorrow. To read all of the poems and choose your favorite, you'll be able to vote on Facebook or at www.dailypress.com/contests starting Thursday, May 2....
Tags: Politics, Elections, Voting, Hampton Roads
If ever a musical theater work deserved its exclamation point, it's “Oklahoma!” Breathes there a man or woman of a certain age who hasn't at one time or another succumbed to the nostalgic charms of this classic American show, whose spirit...
Spaghetti dinner Stoystown Volunteer Fire Department spaghetti dinner, sponsored by Kantner United Methodist Church, 4:30 to 7 p.m. April 20 at Kantner United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Free will donation. Takeouts are available. Proceeds benefit...
Tags: Music, Methodist, Disease Prevention, Politics, Lobbying
Phosphorescent April 19, The Edmond Town Hall, Newtown, edmondtownhall.org Matthew Houck isn't afraid of bold candor. Houck, who writes, records and performs under the name Phosphorescent, sings lines like "I've been fucked up, and I've been a...
Arlo Guthrie didn't perform "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" Saturday night at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, but the song, in a way, was there in spirit. Guthrie's signature tune from 1967 (better known simply as "Alice's Restaurant") works partly as...
I feel trapped. As much as I love hip-hop music, I can’t love what’s being said by many of its artists. Many mainstream secular hip-hop artists spew misogynistic, profanity-filled, ill-glorified lyrics about a lifestyle I refuse to support....
Tags: Music, Radio, Lake Mary, Genres, Entertainment
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