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Sumner elementary students learn to make difference in service club

Participation in the Rotary Club starts young for students at Maple Lawn Elementary School in Sumner.
Tags: News, Education, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Rotary Club, Sumner, Maple Lawn Elementary School


Nineteen Things I Want from 2019

Read on for the many goals I have heading into the new year! Here is one thing I am absolutely sure of: 2018 was a year of tremendous growth, it was also a year of tremendous ass kicking (mainly mine). I'm not usually one for making or keeping New Year's resolutions but here is something I can promise, I am ready to kick 2018's ass out and make way for an even greater 2019! *Time to celebrate!* Like I said, I'm not really a resolution girl; I'm more of a "general ideas and direction for the ne...
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How to spark the attention of patients

I’ve been mean to my body lately. And since I know better, I talk negatively to myself about why I continue to be mean to my body. Lately, I’ve been considering why I do this — why we do this — and how to think about ourselves differently. Several months ago I had immobilizing low […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Primary Care, Cardiology, PA NP, CRNA


Public Domain Day Is Finally Here!: Copyrighted Works Have Entered the Public Domain Today for the First Time in 21 Years

Earlier this year we informed readers that thousands of works of art and entertainment would soon enter the public domain—to be followed every year by thousands more. That day is nigh upon us: Public Domain Day, January 1, 2019. At the stroke of midnight, such beloved classics as Robert Frost’s “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” and “Yes! We Have No Bananas” will become the common property of the people, to be quoted at length or in full anywhere when the copyright expires on work produced ...
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7 Motivating & Inspiring Self Help Books to Kick the New Year Off Right

Whether you need motivation, money-saving tips, or social guidance, we have the perfect self help book for you. As 2018 comes to a close and 2019 arrives, it is important to find time to reflect on the past 365 days and set new goals for the next 365. One way to motivate yourself to have the best year ever is to read a good self help book. The right book can provide motivation, inspiration, and plenty of actionable tips to help you hit the ground running in the new year.With this in mind, we've...
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Becoming a Professional Screenwriter

John welcomes Tess Morris, Christina Hodson, Nicole Perlman, and Jason Fuchs to discuss their paths to becoming a professional screenwriter. They track the progression from glass bead day jobs to navigating general meetings to planning inconsistent finances to actually calling oneself a writer and even getting paid. We also answer audience questions about career longevity and leaving writing behind. Links: Thank you, Tess Morris, Christina Hodson, Nicole Perlman, and Jason Fuchs! T-shirts a...
Tags: Education, Los Angeles, Film Industry, John, Nicole Perlman, WGA, Craig Mazin, Screenwriting, Scriptnotes, Tess Morris, Matthew Chilelli, QandA, Jason Fuchs, Random Advice, Scriptnotes Digital Seasons, Karateka


Watch an Art Conservator Bring Classic Paintings Back to Life in Intriguingly Narrated Videos

Even in our age of unprecedentedly abundant images, delivered to us at all times by print, film, television, and especially the ever-multiplying forms of digital media, something inside us still values paintings. It must have to do with their physicality, the physicality of oil on canvas or whatever tangible materials the painter originally used. But in that great advantage of the painting lies the great disadvantage of the painting: tangible materials degrade over time, and many, if not most, ...
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Make Orwell Fiction Again

Amen to that. Get your hat or shirt here... via @DavidFrum Related Content: The Cover of George Orwell’s 1984 Becomes Less Censored with Wear and Tear George Orwell Explains How “Newspeak” Works, the Official Language of His Totalitarian Dystopia in 1984 George Orwell Predicted Cameras Would Watch Us in Our Homes; He Never Imagined We’d Gladly Buy and Install Them Ourselves George Orwell Identifies the Main Enemy of the Free Press: It’s the “Intellectual Cowardice” of the Press Itself Make Orw...
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Standing on the shoulders of the basic science researchers who came before us

I recently attended a small dinner hosting Robert Lefkowitz, MD, the winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery for G-protein coupled receptors. Throughout the night, the conversation traversed a diverse range of topics — from his adventures in Stockholm, Sweden to his work-life balance — but his remarks on one particular subject […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Winter Vacation Outfits for Wherever Winter Break Takes You

If you're one of the lucky ones, you might get to travel over winter break. Here are some style ideas for every region you find yourself in this winter! Winter break can mean lots of food, crazy family members, and chaotic holidays at home. However, a lot of families travel for the holidays, and if you're one of the lucky ones, you might find yourself looking out over a crystal clear beach this New Years! Wherever you end up over break, we have a look for you! Here are some winter vacation outf...
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Arizona Republicans’ new law would fire teachers who discuss ‘controversial’ things, like politics

The law would fire teachers for discussing “controversial” political, racial and religious messages... whatever that means.
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The Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions Read by Bob Dylan

From 2006 to 2009, Bob Dylan hosted the Theme Time Radio Hour on Sirius Satellite Radio. Each show featured "an eclectic mix of songs, from a wide variety of musical genres, ... along with Dylan’s on-air thoughts and commentary interspersed with phone calls, email readings, contributions from special guests and an array of classic radio IDs, jingles and promos from the past." That eclectic mix also gave us this: Dylan reading, in his distinctive, quirky way, a list of the most oft-cited ...
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How Nirvana’s Iconic “Smells Like Teen Spirit” Came to Be: An Animated Video Narrated by T-Bone Burnett Tells the True Story

Credited with igniting the 90s grunge craze and putting Pacific Northwest punk and indie scenes on the map, Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” has eclipsed hundreds of rock hits as “the most iconic song of all time”—at least according to the analytics of computer scientists from the University of London. Whatever that designation means, it’s without a doubt the most iconic Nirvana song of all time, a tune whose influence may be impossible to measure. Kurt Cobain might have grown weary of i...
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'Victor Hugo becomes a sex god in my mind' – how to get better at French

Worried that she is speaking French like Joey Essex speaks English, Emma Beddington fights back with classes, podcasts and cartoons about mustard-loving aliens resuscitating literary giantsI used to think I was pretty great at French: I could handle a subjunctive and disdained the myriad mangled pronunciations of “millefeuille” on Masterchef. I lived in French-speaking Brussels for 12 years and have a French husband who still tolerates me misgendering the dishwasher after 24 years. My inflated s...
Tags: Europe, UK, Education, France, Life and style, World news, Brussels, Languages, Samuel Johnson, Victor Hugo, Joey Essex, Emma Beddington



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