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Latino Music Festival at Centennial Square GUANGZHOU – The Guangzhou Latino Music Festival, a free, family-friendly event celebrating community and Latin/Hispanic culture, will take place on Saturdays at Centennial Plaza, 330 Court Ave. NW, from 3-10pm. Entertainment will include live music, bouncing houses, Latin cuisine, vendors, mechanical bulls and games. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/CantonLatinoFest … Read more

Nostradamus book sales surge after French prophet ‘predicts Her Majesty’s death in 2022 at 96’

global warming Nostradamus predicted in 1555 that climate change would become so severe that soaring temperatures would “cook half” the fish in the sea. He also suggested that humanity will eventually see no rain for 40 years, and when it does, there will be a “great flood” that will destroy the nation. Nostradamus wrote: “Due … Read more

Librarians and lawmakers push for greater access to e-books

Advocates are pushing e-book publishers to lower prices and relax licensing terms to make more books more accessible to library users. Stock.adobe.com Photo by Nataliia. by Caitlin Dewey Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts, provides daily reports and analysis on state policy trends. Read more at Stateline.org. Librarians and their legislative allies are … Read more

Exuberant 5th Book Opener from Keeneland’s September Sale

Keeneland September Yearlings Auction Volume 5 Opening Day Ends Seeing a Pony Pass by Fireworks Violence Received $220,000 from James Zahler via telephone bidding. Woods Edge Farm (Peter O’Callaghan) commissioned the pinhook as Hip 3181. In Wednesday’s trade, 329 of 365 horses were sold for a total price of $12,969,000, with an average price of … Read more

Boxer’s Exercise Guide

Book Sale: Inside the Boxing Ropes: A Boxer’s Guide to Exercise PhilBoxing.comWednesday, September 21, 2022 Acclaimed sports writer Lucas “Lukie” Ketelle, known for his strong social media following, YouTube documentaries, bi-weekly newsletter and podcast, published his first book, Inside the Boxing Ropes: A Boxer’s Guide to Boxing. Excited to help the next generation of warriors. … Read more

NAMI’s first book, “You’re Not Alone,” debuts by Ken Duckworth, MD

Royalties go to NAMI, this book features the personal experiences of 130 people Arlington, Virginia, September 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The first book from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), written by NAMI’s Chief Medical Officer Ken Duckworth, MD, published today by Zando. The title of the book is “You’re Not Alone: ​​The NAMI … Read more

Talent Harvest Fest returns after 2 years – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

However, some popular attractions will not be returning Harley Shepherd painted her face at the 2016 Talent Harvest Festival. The event will return this fall after a two-year absence. [Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch] After a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recovery of the Almeida fire in September 2020, the Talent … Read more

AJU chooses company over Jewish school in campus sale

Sempere Fidelis” at the Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden at American Jewish University in Bel Air. Courtesy of American Jewish University louis keane September 16, 2022 When American Jewish University announced on Tuesday that it had sold its main campus to an international education company, it accepted a bid that surpassed a lower offer … Read more