Tag Archives: young people

Cedar Rapids Scribe Stationer Fire Station includes fountain pens and tablets

Nikki Kettelkamp, ​​owner of Scribe Stationer, organizes inventory at her stationery in southeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Tuesday. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) Colored pens at Nikki Kettelkamp Scribe Stationer’s stationery store, 1111 Third St. SE, in southeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) Limited-edition pencils and …

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Making Pashmina Popular Again – The Shillong Times

By Dilshad Noor The Kashmiri Pashmina rug is famous all over the world. But the Kashmiri people have now left behind this centuries-old ancestral work. Changing market trends and the situation created by the pandemic have hit the craft industry hard. In such a situation, some young people are now …

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Seamstress Jolene Bomgardner, Agricultural Show Attaché, Showcases Various 4-H Skills | News

Eighteen-year-old Jolene Bomgardner, of North Lebanon Township, Lebanon County, Pa., Will age out of 4-H later this year, but not before the Pennsylvania Farm Show features two diverse skill sets that ‘she acquired during her 4-H’er tenure. Jolene is exhibiting a three-piece woolen ensemble that she sewed, which has already …

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Influencers: Activism or “clicktivism”? Solidarity and posturing on social networks | United States

All the social movements that exist today were born or are amplified by the internet. Activists and their organizations have flocked to Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn in an attempt to make particular change to the status quo, but online activism is a double-edged sword, where immediate success can mean …

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Letters to the Editor: Christmas Consumerism. Proud of Lafayette. Sad golf course.

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other Opinion content offer perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom journalists. People take photos after the light of the Christmas tree during the Holiday Lighting Festival at Triangle Park in Lexington, Ky. On Sunday, November …

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Workshop to promote art ends at Mahatta

Through Syed burhan Srinagar- On the last day of the art exhibition, titled “Mashq-e-Paaeez: Ishq-e-Nabi”, the closing ceremony was held in Mahattas. Students attended a career counseling brainstorming session at the exhibition. On this occasion, the students were advised on the diversity of career options. A special session was also …

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Social media apps exploit self-esteem issues

Editorial If Instagram came with a security warning, what would it look like? Warning: the people on this app are less perfect than they appear. The popular photo-sharing app became a trending topic last week after a the Wall Street newspaper The investigation found that Facebook, which owns Instagram, not …

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Ladders to Literacy – The New Indian Express

Express news service CHENNAI: Kalaivani Karuppaya, 17, a medical aspirant from Dindigul district, smiles grimly as she accepts our WhatsApp video call. “Tension ah iruku akka,” said the first-generation learner, days before the Tamil Nadu assembly passed a bill allowing medical admissions without the National Entrance Eligibility Test (NEET). “I …

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University of Kashmir holds calligraphy competition

Visual of a student doing calligraphy (Photo / ANI) Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Aug. 28 (ANI): The cultural wing of the University of Kashmir held a calligraphy competition on Saturday as the University reopens with Covid-19 guidelines after two years since its closure due to the lockdown. “In Kashmir, …

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Handmade paper Enrico Magnani Pescia

CULTURE Handmade paper Enrico Magnani Pescia Deirdre Pirro August 5, 2021 – 9:47 to share Write it down in your calendar today so you don’t miss this unique upcoming event. Of From September 16 to 19, the 27th edition of the Artigianato e Palazzo exhibition will be held at the …

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Stories of love and hope in the West Bank conflict zone

No matter the adversity and how hopeless the situation may seem, in the end love always wins. This is the inherent message that Hyderabadi filmmaker Pranav Pingle tries to convey through his documentary series. Busy. Pranav, a freelance documentary maker, along with Prithvi Chahal (director of photography) and Arvind Menon …

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Experience centers breathe new life into declining cultural heritage

NANNING (XINHUA) – Jiang Peilan teaches visitors how to make traditional Chinese calligraphy brushes at a popular tourist attraction in southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Jiang, in her 50s, is an expert in handcrafting Guilin-style paintbrushes, a technique classified as regionally intangible cultural heritage. Its classes are held at …

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Chinese parents want more Confucian education

AT FIRST LOOK, The Huaguoshan Kindergarten in Zhuzhou, a city in the southern province of Hunan, looks a lot like any other nursery. Four brightly painted playrooms have buckets of construction bricks and soft, colorful mats. But on the upper floors, the classrooms are more spartan. Rice paper lanterns and …

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Getting your teen to talk about the dangers of vaping

The question took on new urgency. Health authorities are investigating 530 confirmed and probable cases lung disease in the United States linked to electronic cigarettes. Eight people died. Many teens use e-cigarettes: 27.5% of high school students have used them in the past 30 days, according to preliminary data of …

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First-time buyers in UK for help with new mortgages

There were only 8 low deposit products available nationwide as of January 2021, the Treasury said. Photo: Getty British Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to unveil a new mortgage program in his March 3 budget that will help first-time buyers with small deposits access the real estate ladder. The Treasury …

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