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A Philadelphi photo pioneer proved that human vanity is limited only by the technology to express it. Robert Cornelius shot the world’s first-known self-portrait photograph — the world’s first … more
Mark Rountree yard display The post YARD DISPLAY appeared first on The Leavenworth Times. more
Poesy Liang, the artist behind The Rooftop Cat series, is crowdfunding to pay her bills as she works on releasing her own documentary. more
by Jeff Gross, contributing writer Photo, top: Trevor Berwick Fishing focus Yes, it is a great time to be an outdoors person.  Fishing in Rhode Island is phenomenal.  If one goes on the “an even … more
The “1 of 52” Hunger Network, a 35 year anti-hunger advocate group, issued a call to action to “make Rhode Island a food secure state”. According to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, one … more
Local Scouts will host the first ever ‘Join Scouting Day’ at 60 sites across Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts and Pawcatuck, Connecticut on Saturday, September 23rd, 2023 from 10:00 am … more
In recognition of National Child Passenger Safety Week, representatives from the Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association and Lifespan’s Injury Prevention Center today held a news conference and … more
Tired of watching movies at home? Get out of the house and have a nostalgic experience at the Lark Drive-In. The Lark Theater’s movie series, which showcases films from “Peggy Sue Got Married” … more
• Get to know beloved San Francisco music teacher Doug Goodkin, whose hopes for ending on a high note and retiring after 45 years are radically upended by the COVID-19 pandemic in “The Secret … more
39th annual Coastal Cleanup Day is this Saturday, and looking for more helpers to pick up litter more
Millions of Americans begin each morning with a cup of Joe — whether it's iced, hot, with foam or with flavored syrup. A recent survey from the National Coffee Association found that 65% of … more
The power of prayer vs. the authority of government came to a clash a few weeks ago when community members in Suffolk County, Virginia, began praying "The Lord's Prayer" together in unison during a … more
Clare Wasserman and Stephanie Clarke have been producing live music shows for the Mill Valley Film Festival for more than 30 years more
Near the beginning of “Superpower,” former Marin resident Sean Penn tries to preempt the criticism generated by his previous trips to conflict zones. “Weathered though it is,” he says in … more
(NewsUSA) - Henderson House by Caren Simpson McVickerAn enchanting boardinghouse tale of sisters, secrets, and later-in-life romance, Henderson House invites readers to pull up a rocking chair and … more
Apps will provide warnings before receiving, sending explicit images. more
California's true charm – and its underlying resilience – is an accumulation of noteworthy curiosities that don't fit popular narratives. more
McDonald’s is being sued over a hot coffee spill, again. This time, a SF location is being accused of serving a “scalding” cup of coffee with an improperly attached lid, which allegedly … more
An author's clash with a Georgia school district over a brief mention of homosexuality in a presentation highlights the reach of conservatives' push for what what they call parents' rights. more
“There’s no white tablecloths, the waiters aren’t in suits and ties, and there’s not this overall posh feeling.” more
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