‘Going to eat’: Rane Culinary Science Center will provide dining and lodging for the community, as well as training for students | Local News

TRICE BROWN The Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center will open as Auburn students return in the fall semester on August 16th. The facility includes Hey Day Market and a rooftop lounge and gardens, which will open on August 15th. The Teaching Restaurant, 1856, will open on August 17, and The Laurel Hotel and … Read more

Focuses | Artistic effort Carrolltown’s growing women’s business has more than 50 artisans Entertainment

EBENSBURG, Pennsylvania – A case of empty blues led Marian Ross to discover her artistic passion as the owner of Follow Your Art. “It started in 2012 when my kids graduated from college and started their careers and left,” a Carrollton resident said. “I started breaking glass and reusing windows which is now known as … Read more

UGA Aluna merges fashion and affordability with the embroidery business Art and Culture

In early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down almost every aspect of Laura Floyd’s life. Today, a former student at the University of Georgia stopped working part-time in music halls during his schooling in Athens. Recovering his passion for embroidery, which he discovered in high school, Floyd used his free time to make embroidered clothes … Read more

Art on the beach brings art in all its forms Entertainment

OSCODA – Jerky meat, macrame crowns, crochet, stained glass, sun catchers, wooden signs, soap, ointment body products, chinchillas, garden towers, cedar bird houses, dolls ’furniture and special Olympics cards don’t start to cover. List of items on sale at 2022 Art on the Beach. More than 52 artisans appeared with crochet flowers and wreaths, children’s … Read more

All Lakes Block Party is scheduled for July 1-3 Entertainment

NATIONAL CITY – The All Lakes Block Party, which debuted last year, will return with a full weekend of fun for the whole family, this Friday through Sunday, July 1st through 3rd. The Sand Lake Heights Men’s Association will be held at a community-owned community center located at 4059 Indian Lake Rd. In the National … Read more

Study: Adolescent cannabis use rises, mental health declines in states with fewer legal restrictions | National

(The Center Square) – States that legalize marijuana have seen increasingly strong THC products and seen a rise in mental health problems among teens, a recently published study nationwide. The author of the study, conducted by The Drug Free America Foundation, first reported to The Center Square, reports “the relationship between adolescent cannabis use, high-potency … Read more

Tourism in Lynchburg has risen after COVID hit hard | Local Business News

Tourism in the Lynchburg region appears to have been on the rise in the last two years of the coronavirus pandemic. Although Lynchburg has not yet received its official tourism numbers for 2021, Anna Bentson, assistant director of the Office of Economic Development and Tourism, was able to talk about how Hill City came out … Read more

A&E Calendar: for the best in local entertainment | Local

It’s fun in the sun at Hutchinson Aquatic Center, 900 Harrington St. SW The pool hours are 5: 30-9: 00am for fitness swimming and 12: 30-7: 00pm for open swimming. Admission is $ 8 per day for ages 2 and up; Free for children 23 months and under; fitness $ 4 per person; From 5pm … Read more

Pride and Joy BMoA’s Art After Dark | Entertainment

Like many events to celebrate Pride this month, the Bakersfield Museum of Art will be a showcase for the next Art After Dark creativity. From the extraordinary visual art on display in the galleries to live performances and practical art projects, attendees will enjoy a variety of creative entertainment on June 30th. Although last year’s … Read more

DSD for security, technological innovations with the sale of the first bonds | News

Security and technology upgrades will include the first-ever $ 28 million in school vouchers approved by the Dallas School District. Superintendent Andy Bellando explained at the June 13 meeting of the School Board that the administration plans to sell between $ 12 million and $ 15 million over the first three years. “We believe that … Read more