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Entertainment for Woman’s Club of Steubenville | News, Sports, Jobs
Entertainment

Entertainment for Woman’s Club of Steubenville | News, Sports, Jobs

-- Contributed The opening meeting of the 2022-23 club season for the Woman’s Club of Steubenville was held Sept. 1 at Froehlich’s Classic Corner in Steubenville where the entertainment was arranged by Bobbyjon Bauman, director of the Sycamore Youth Center in Steubenville, and showcased the singing talents of 11-year-old Bishop John King Mussio Elementary School student Skylar Hendrix. The Valley’s Got Talent “Kid’s Edition” vocal soloist winner performed two numbers — “My Jesus” from Anne Wilson and “10,000 Reasons” from Matt Redman. Among club members enjoying the performance were, left photo, clockwise, from left, Linda Wells, Eleanor Weiss, Barbara Sweeney, Judy Brancazio, Dr. Susanne Curn-Esco...
The politics of ageism: Some are concerned about candidates’ ages, but others say it’s just another form of bias
Politics

The politics of ageism: Some are concerned about candidates’ ages, but others say it’s just another form of bias

During the second Presidential debate of 1984, in response to the question of whether he was too old to be president, the 73-year-old incumbent, Ronald Reagan, deflected the question by good-naturedly teasing his 56-year-old Democratic opponent, Walter Mondale. “I will not make age an issue of this campaign,” Reagan says. “I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent’s youth and inexperience.” Of course, Reagan was well aware of the reservations a number of people had about someone his age continuing to hold such a demanding job. Playing on those concerns by flipping them gave his quip extra punch. ““The reality is that the racial, ethnic and gender makeup ...
7 Packing Mistakes Stylish Women Never Make While Traveling
Fashion

7 Packing Mistakes Stylish Women Never Make While Traveling

Summer may be nearing its end, but there's one thing that will most likely not be changing anytime soon—the pent-up demand for travel. After an extended amount of time spent at home, it's safe to say people were ready to go somewhere again. That destination depended upon what you were craving. It could have been a buzzy destination, a low-key weekend spot, or a new place to go dance in town. Whatever the case, it's crystal clear that we wanted to be back outside, and we wanted to dress up again. Nothing speaks more to that desire than two facts: the reports about record-breaking summer air travel and the extensive number of vacation posts from the fashion set. Travel was top of mind for everyone this past summer, but if you couldn't partake, there's still a chance this fall. With plane-tic...
Monthly Agenda June 2022: Plan ahead for the month’s best entertainment
Entertainment

Monthly Agenda June 2022: Plan ahead for the month’s best entertainment

June 17: Heroes at Last perform at Live Under the Oaks Make plans and reservations, and  buy tickets for these fun events. June 1 OneBlood Blood Drive 10 am – 3 pm. Help save a life and get a $20 gift card. Cornelius Town Hall. June 2 Live music 6-9 pm. The Dropouts. LangTree Lake Norman, 401 Langtree Road, Mooresville. Join the Lake Norman Bridge Center  The Carolina Soul Band performs June 3 in Mooresville. Courtesy Carolina Soul Band Facebook page 12:30-4pm Thursdays at Cornelius Town Hall, 21445 Catawba Ave., if you have an interest in learning the game of bridge or want to develop your playing, bidding, and defense skills. All ages and skill levels are welcome. $5 per day, pay at the door. June 3 Rock the Park summer concert series  Carolina Soul Band brings soul sounds of groups lik...
AMJ Global Entertainment, LLC Partners with Elite Learners,
Entertainment

AMJ Global Entertainment, LLC Partners with Elite Learners,

BROOKLYN, NY, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NewMediaWire –AMJ Global Entertainment, LLC, is proud to come alongside Elite Learners, Inc. and the Borough of Brooklyn. Elite Learners is a school and community-based organization providing athletic, educational, and mentorship programming to youth and their families to build community leaders. It is through this program that at 9 o'clock AM, on May 10th, Dr. Malone will be speaking at IS285 Meyer Levin Junior High School, receiving the Key to the city of Brooklyn and a City Council Citation and Proclamation from City Council Member Farah Louis of New York City Council District 45. Then, at 12 o’clock he will be speaking at Spring Creek Academy. Dr. Malone recently stated, “I am excited to be working side-by-side with such amazing peo...