Music for Autumn's Connections

by Kerry Dexter / Oct 18, 2021 /
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Reflection, transition, change: autumn weather, as well as the celebrations, traditions, and memories which go along with the season, invite each of these. That is also the case for the music you will be exploring in this episode of Music for Shifting Times.

Music for Autumn's Connections

Four Budget-Friendly Islands to Visit

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Are you dreaming about having a vacation on the most beautiful tropical island on earth, but the lack of money stops you from making it real? Don’t worry. It is possible to find a gorgeous beach vacation which won’t break the bank. 

Four Budget-friendly islands to visit

Climate Change and Inequality: Does Climate Change Discriminate?

by Sarah Carter / Oct 07, 2021 /
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Does Climate Change Discriminate?

Climate Change and Inequality...Does Climate Change Discriminate?

"Josh Recommends" NINE with Central Florida Vocal Arts

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"Josh Recommends" NINE with Central Florida Vocal Arts

 "Josh Recommends" NINE with Central Florida Vocal Arts

Central Florida Vocal Arts presents
"NINE” with performances October 8, 9, and 10 

 "Josh Recommends" NINE with Central Florida Vocal Arts

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Join Things! (The Benefits of Extracurriculars)

by Stacey Ebert / Oct 04, 2021 /
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It’s October. Many school children in the northern hemisphere have now been in school for over a month. Amidst the clamour of all things Covid, schools have gotten back to it. Whether in person, remote, or hybrid, the back to school honeymoon period is waning and we’re full throttle into all things learning. So now what? As the weather turns from summer’s warmth to autumn’s cooler days and soccer, band, theater arts, and more pick up speed, will your student be in the midst of organizations, meetings, and activities, or choose to spend their time in a different way? 

Artist Spotlight: Mayuka Yamamoto

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Oct 01, 2021 /
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From September 25th – October 30th, 2021, downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery proudly presents their next major solo show, entitled Monochrome, Apples and Animals, from Japanese oil painter Mayuka Yamamoto in the Main Gallery.

Women’s Human Right to Education in Afghanistan

by Olivia Fraser / Oct 01, 2021 /
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On 30th August 2021, the US military departed from Afghanistan, ending a 20-year occupation, which led to the ongoing Taliban takeover. As the current events in Kabul continue to unfold, the reality of the impact of women’s human rights in Afghanistan becomes more of a threat as each day passes. 

Women’s Human Right to Education in Afghanistan

“Josh Recommends” by Josh Garrick – For October 2021

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“Josh Recommends” by Josh Garrick – For October 2021

The Arts Scene in Central Florida is chock full of arts groups who can’t wait to get back into their performance spaces to – once again – share the extraordinary joys of LIVE performance with us. Read on -- there are classics for some and new works for others, and NOW is the time to reserve your tickets to become a part of it all …

 “Josh Recommends” by Josh Garrick – For October 2021

Supernova: The Book We All Need Right Now

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Patricia Leavy has done it again, with a stunning fourth novel in her Tess Lee series, following the books Shooting StarsTwinkle, and Constellations. Supernova is a gorgeous, nuanced book, full of heart and healing and the joys and challenges of living a full, honest, loving life. Again, Leavy brings us a whole range of characters that we're so happy to catch up with. 

Chantelle Bellavance: #CommunityCollegeBecause ... it’s inclusivity, education, and affordability

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Chantelle Bellavance is an alumnus and 2017 graduate of the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) - South Campus. She studied Computer-Aided Drafting and Design, Engineering Science, and Math and Sciences. Chantelle is a children’s book author, project manager, engineer, philanthropist, mentor, speaker, and telecommunications professional. She is the founder of the Bellavance STEM Scholarship that provides non-healthcare STEM scholarships to CCAC students.

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