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- Gunmen Kill Activist in Pakistan After Baluchistan Event - ABC News
Gunmen Kill Activist in Pakistan After Baluchistan EventABC NewsWhile investigators declined to speculate on a motive for the killing of Sabeen Mehmud, friends and colleagues immediately described her death as a targeted assassination in Pakistan, a country with a nascent democracy where the military and ...and more »
- Oregon poet next speaker in Downtown Arts Series - Victoria Advocate
Victoria AdvocateOregon poet next speaker in Downtown Arts SeriesVictoria AdvocateAbel's individual poems are typically short but are then woven together into longer compositions. However, he has written longer poems as well as performance-based pieces and artist's books. In addition to his use of media and performance, he also ...and more »
- Travelling light - Hindu Business Line
Hindu Business LineTravelling lightHindu Business LineWhen Rakesh says to Abdul Jabbar, â€œI would not have expected somebody your age to enjoy romantic poetry,â€ he is being candid about his own youthful tactlessness. Later, when Abdul Jabbar says he has â€œsworn off carnal desiresâ€, and asks if they have the ...
- AND THE WINNERS ARE... Pets Add Life Announces 7th Annual Children's Poetry Contest Winners
American Pet Products Association (APPA) President and CEO, Bob Vetere, is pleased to announce the six winning students and poems for APPA's non-profit campaign Pets Add Life's (PAL) 7th Annual Children's Pet Poetry Contest. Open to third through eighth ...
- Ventura County Arts Council members post children's poems in celebration of ... - Ventura County Star
Ventura County Arts Council members post children's poems in celebration of ...Ventura County StarUniversity Preparation School fourth grade teacher Janet Kent said each CI student teacher taught four or five kids some poetry basics and within an hour, kids who usually didn't write had penned funny, tender and always honest poems. â€œIt opens up ...
- Armenian-American Author Aida Zilelian to Participate in NYC and LA Area Literary Events and Cultural Commemorations ...
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Armenian-American author Aida Zilelian, whose first published novel The Legacy of Lost Things was released to rave reviews earlier this month, will participate in several literary and cultural events taking place from Queens, New York, to the Greater Los Angeles Area in April to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Zilelian ...
- Less Fortunate Pirates: Poems From The First Year Without My Father By Bryan ... - Huffington Post
Huffington PostLess Fortunate Pirates: Poems From The First Year Without My Father By Bryan ...Huffington PostSubtitled Poems from the First Year Without My Father, Borland's collection is a powerfully moving and sincere glimpse into the very essence of grief. When I read the book for the first time in 2012, I was only a couple years from my own father's death ...
- Phoenix Poetry: 5 Reading Events to Check Out
Held inside the art-filled Mesa coffee shop on Main Street, MesaMic is a three-round show where participants can read as many poems as they want. Some are funny, some are serious, but regardless of subject matter, the crowd is enthusiastic and receptive.
- Poetry festival's Anna Saunders: There's nothing in America to match the ... - Gloucestershire Echo
Gloucestershire EchoPoetry festival's Anna Saunders: There's nothing in America to match the ...Gloucestershire EchoWe love using a variety of venues to stage our events; and will be dropping into the elegant Wilson, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum on Saturday to offer a gig with Little Machine â€“ they've been described as 'the best poetry band in the world' â€“ by ...and more »
- BOOKS & POETRY - Fall River Spirit
BOOKS & POETRYFall River SpiritLife Choice Hospice, 123 Waterhouse Road, Bourne. National Poetry Month: Being celebrated at UMass Dartmouth. 6:30-8:30 p.m. April 16, "In the Tradition...Spoken Word and Song," hosted by Professor Morgan Peters and featuring students and local ...and more »
- Lean on Poetry to Navigate Uncertainty
Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. As lawyers, we live with uncertainty. But is it so bad? Not according to Annie Little in her blog post, "Why Uncertainty Isn't So Bad and How To Embrace It," (www.thejdnation.com).
- Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin Revisited - Icon of Ethiopian Theatre - AllAfrica.com
Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin Revisited - Icon of Ethiopian TheatreAllAfrica.com"You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free. The cradle of man is here, the beginning of man is here, there is no refuting that. Archaeologists, geologists have dug everywhere and they have come up with the bones to prove that man ...
- UC Berkeley lecturer, John Shoptaw, releases first poetry collection - Daily Californian
Daily CalifornianUC Berkeley lecturer, John Shoptaw, releases first poetry collectionDaily CalifornianJohn Shoptaw's first poetry collection, â€œTimes Beach,â€ intertwines narrative with landscape to memorialize the Mississippi River watershed. Awarded the 2015 Notre Dame Review Book Prize, Shoptaw's complex volume is undeniably a tribute to place.
- 'Trademark joy and pizzazz': Retired WSU theater prof Fusillo wins national award - Winona Daily News
Winona Daily News'Trademark joy and pizzazz': Retired WSU theater prof Fusillo wins national awardWinona Daily NewsWhen Vivian Fusillo got a call telling her she had been nominated for a Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award, she didn't believe it. â€œI thought it was a fluke,â€ she said. But the national honor was real ... In her nomination ...
- One year later, undocumented immigrant children quietly settling in Michigan - Bridge Michigan
Bridge MichiganOne year later, undocumented immigrant children quietly settling in MichiganBridge MichiganThe cold northern climate and freshwater lakes were foreign to the boy, but Michigan's decades of experience accepting unauthorized child immigrants and refugees meant that Elvis would never again have to fear Honduras' rampant drug gangs. With little ...