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new list of JPL books | Lifestyles

EASY JUVENILE FICTION “Dogo and Pupper,” Katherine Applegate “Monster’s First Day of School” Hannah rodgers barnaby “Franklin Endicott and the Third Key”, Kate dicamillo “Maybe maybe Marisol Rainey,” Erin Entrada Kelly “Aven Green, Detective Machine,” Dusti Bowling “Camp time in California”, Marie pope osborne FICTION FOR ADULTS “Enclave of starlight”, …

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Sports betting in Chicago stadiums, arenas pushed by John R. Daley, Patrick Daley Thompson could vote on the plan

The behind-the-scenes lobbying effort to bring sports betting into Chicago’s professional sports arenas has enlisted a powerful name – Daley. John R. Daley – the son of Cook County Commissioner John Daley and a nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley – works as a lobbyist for the White Sox …

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Villanovan’s Book of the Week: Interrupted Girl | Culture

With National Suicide Prevention Day taking place on Friday, September 10, it’s time to reflect both on the progress society has made in de-stigmatizing mental illness, as well as the changes that are yet to occur. Until recently, mental illness was taboo. However, the hard work and determination of mental …

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Pennsylvania community is divided over anti-racist book ban at school board meeting;

“I don’t think a moral compass will allow you to ban books on equality and mutual love,” Central York High School senior Christina Ellis told CNN. Ellis is among the students protesting the book ban in York, Pa., And wonders whether officials who decided to remove certain reading materials from …

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Flight log recommendations and more

The Rochester Public Library is open again on Saturdays. We look forward to seeing our clients who cannot come during the work week. Also, some good news from the Children’s Room! Outdoor storytelling time is back! In more good news for art lovers, a new free online humanities program will …

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Beginning of the History Book for Seaver of East Catholic | High school sports

MANCHESTER – The first game in Tommy Seaver’s head coaching career could easily have become the plot of a fairytale. Seaver led his East Catholic High football team in battle against his alma mater Rocky Hill. And across the field was Terriers coach Richard Dance, a man who coached Seaver …

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US reassess Alaska oil reserve review :: WRAL.com

By BECKY BOHRER, Associated Press JUNEAU, Alaska – The United States Bureau of Land Management is expected to reassess a Trump-era environmental review that provided a basis for plans to open an additional 6.8 million acres in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska in leasing of oil and gas. A note outlining …

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West Marin resident Keith Hansen discusses new book amid this week’s author discussions – Marin Independent Journal

Book events Bear Valley Visitor Center: 1, Bear Valley Visitor Center Access Road, Point Reyes Station; ptreyes.org. September 11: Keith Hansen, West Marin resident and author of “Hansen’s Field Guide to the Birds of the Sierra Nevada,” leads a bird walk and conference sponsored by the Point Reyes Seashore Association. …

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Klook has up to 60% off hotel and attraction bookings, erase your 2021 vacation

Klook offers hotel and attraction promotions until October 3 We are coming to the last third of the year and that often means stays or several family outings, as most pleasure trips are still pending. After several online purchases throughout the pandemic, you are probably trying to tighten your belt. …

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Book Review: ‘The Sunset Route’ Explores Trauma, Redemption, Healing | Arts

The sunset road By ASHLEY RIGGLESON FOR FREE LANCE – STAR In many ways, reading Cheryl Strayed’s memoir, “Wild,” has been a transformative experience for me. So I was skeptical when I heard that Carrot Quinn’s new memoir, “The Sunset Route,” which chronicles his experience on freight trains, was being …

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