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Arts & Culture
This year, the R.H. Stafford Library offers three book recommendations in honor of Black History Month. Since its official inception in 1976, it has offered ways to reflect on and pay tribute to Black achievements throughout history.
Ask Evan Erickson what his chances were to win a gold medal at the 2021 International Physics Olympiad (IPhO), and he’ll tell you. “About 6,000 students took the F=MA exam, five went to the IPhO.
Sara Duffy is a travel enthusiast and owner of SRD International, a luxury travel concierge business with offices in Minnesota and California.
V.E. Schwab’s 2013 novel explores the near-future world where it’s possible to become a superhero and examines how the ideas of good and evil are never quite what they seem.
Greg Hagen has enjoyed taking photos as a creative outlet for a long time, but he recently began to delve deeper into the hobby. “Two years ago, I took a community-ed course on photography, and that pushed me forward quite a bit,” he says.
Finding the right resources for your children can be stressful and challenging, but no fear; Just4Kidz Fest is right around the corner.
Working from home (WFH) has gained unlikely popularity following the COVID-19 pandemic. Although many were originally forced into this work setting, many are now opting not to go back into the office in favor of working from home.
The idea for Purple Playground sparked among Prince fans at a backyard barbecue. It was 2016, shortly after the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s death. Sadness and a yearning to keep Prince’s philanthropic legacy alive permeated the yard.
Elizabeth Acevedo returns after winning the 2018 National Book Award in this tale of Emoni Santiago, a 17-year-old single mother living with her abuela in Philadelphia, trying to survive her senior year.