Words of (and to) the wise men

Judy Pease “To me, I find three things to be most important in retirement: keeping my mind active through education, my body through activity and exercise, and trying to make some contribution. Prior to my retirement, I learned about LIFE (Learning Is ForEver), which is a lifelong learning program of the RCTC. I continue to take classes and am in ...

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Paso Robles Paderewski Festival announces the winners of the 2021 Youth Piano Competition • News Atascadero

The recital will take place at Cass Winery PASO ROBLES – The 2021 Paderewski Festival returns to live concerts, open to the public at various venues in and around Paso Robles, from November 5 to 7. The Paderewski Patrons and Friends of Paderewski passes as well as general public tickets are now available on paderewskifest.com. One of the festival’s most ...

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Advertising Week Daily: Peloton compares to Netflix, Outback teams up with college athletes

Renaissance of the context The context is making a comeback, or perhaps it never left? In a Wednesday Advertising Week panel titled “Content, Context and Cookies,” David Cohen, CEO of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, spoke to Pamela Drucker Mann of Condé Nast and Marc Toulemonde of L’Oréal USA to explain why, as Cohen puts it, “the context is experiencing a ...

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Marian Brisbee obituary (1940 – 2021) – Allegany, NY

ALLEGANY, NY – Marian L. Brisbee, 80, of Allegany, passed away with her loving family by her side Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Olean General Hospital, Olean.Born November 21, 1940 in Burtville, Pennsylvania, she was the daughter of Warren E. and Doris Burt Tripp. Doris was a direct descendant of the first white male child born in Potter County; his ...

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“They are students in crisis”: educators grapple with bad student behavior

By Peter D’Auria / VTDigger Since starting school about six weeks ago, students at Bristol Primary School have smashed the school piano, smashed computers and dented cars in the parking lot. In the Missisquoi Valley school district, more staff could be added to handle a slight increase in hazing, harassment and bullying investigations. And at a recent Addison Central School ...

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Find 8 great restaurants right near the College of Charleston

Charleston is well known as a culinary paradise, with award-winning restaurants around every corner and celebrity chefs miles away – but sometimes when you’re staaaaaaaarving it’s hard to make a decision. Here, The College today breaks down what’s available around the College of Charleston campus for a quick bite between classes or places to bring your family or friends when ...

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Learn Piano The Right Way With These Helpful Tips

Learning an instrument can be one of the hardest things you can do. When you have the interest, however, it does make the process a little easier. If you are looking to learn the piano, you must have the right ideas for how to go about it – the right manners. You might need a few tips that will point ...

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