She made her television debut at the age of 10 with Ek Mutthi Aasmaan. Later, Iqra Shaikh took a five-year hiatus and returned to the small screen with Harphoul Mohini, which stars Shagun Sharma and Zebby Singh. Speaking about the gap, Iqra, who is now 16, says: “I decided toRead More →

TAYLORVILLE — Volunteers play a vital role in supporting youth clubs and 4-H programming. The University of Illinois Extension 4-H Youth Development Program in Christian County honors its 4-H volunteers during National Volunteer Week, April 18-24. “Volunteers are essential to the Christian County 4-H program,” says Christian County 4-H ProgramRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS—It’s time to stop pretending that American education debates are about education. John Krull, editor, Education is supposed to be about enlightenment. It is a process of expanding one’s mind and deepening one’s understanding of the almost endless complexities of this world and of existence itself. In the end,Read More →

EBENSBURG, Pa. — As a stay-at-home mom, artist, and teacher, Shawna Bothell craved interaction with her friends, but found herself falling behind in teaching because she would be socializing. The Paint and Sip events host said it gave her the idea for the projects she offers at her company, TheRead More →

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — April 15 is Good Friday. Archbishop Nelson Perez will preside over and preach the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion this afternoon at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. Members of the Cathedral Basilica Choir will participate in the liturgical music. The Archbishop celebrated Holy ThursdayRead More →

CHICAGO (SCS) — The COVID-19 pandemic further shows how many communities continue to struggle. A Chicago neighborhood is getting huge help thanks to a new partnership. CBS 2’s Steven Graves explains. Cecile Demello does the long job as a nonprofit leader Englewood Teamwork out of love for her home andRead More →

New Jersey, United States – This Passion fruit puree market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, development and improvement of theRead More →

This AshantiThe name, referring to the Ashanti Empire of Ghana, means “woman of strength” should come as no surprise to anyone who has worked with the singer-songwriter. With a career spanning over two decades and numerous hit singles and movies under her belt, she more than delivers. That’s why onRead More →

Our series featuring some of the northern and northeast food and beverage producers shines a spotlight on Wark Farm Pies. The butcher and pie factory raises its animals by hand on a sprawling farm south of Alford, Aberdeenshire. Sabrina March, co-owner of Wark Farm alongside Laurel Foreman, showed us aroundRead More →

DICKINSON — Already in his first month as a new Forester, Blake Johnson brings a different perspective to the town of Dickinson. From working as a forest firefighter on the West Coast to exploring vast forests in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, Johnson brings years of forestry experience. Johnson started withRead More →

MALITA, Davao Occidental (MindaNews/March 27) – Here is the statement from the Missionaries of Jesus (MJ), “to advance the struggle for nation building and to support the candidacies of Leni Robredo and Kiko Pangilinan.” We, the Missionaries of Jesus (MJ), an institute of religious priests, brothers and lay missionaries inRead More →

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As NorthPark Center enters its fifth year celebrating its Ambassador Program―an idea pioneered by Nancy A. Nasher and Kimberly Schlegel Whitman―a spotlight is shining on top Dallas influencers and the nonprofits they support. Today we speak with Janelle Pinell. Hand selected for their philanthropic contributions, each one-year Ambassador offers theRead More →

By Patti Roberts In the spring of 2020, Folsom Lake College’s Theater Arts Department was planning and producing various drama projects when COVID lockdowns hit, halting all live productions. As with many colleges and universities, there was an immediate rush on how to continue. Students and instructors faced challenges thatRead More →

“We strongly believe that you can’t be local without sourcing local and supporting local,” says The Red Thread Brewery Founder, one of 3 finalists Newmarket Brewery The Red Thread Brewing Company was celebrated today as a finalist in the first-ever Ontario Made Awards. The company was nominated for the RetailerRead More →

Patrick Prasad’s love for music started at an early age. Prasad, reputed to be one of Fiji’s foremost bhajan singers, says his thirst for spiritual knowledge and traditional music has taken him far. “I started singing the kirtan when I was in sixth grade in my mandali village, and atRead More →

After 18 months without being able to perform in concerts and competitions due to the Covid-19 crisis, Eryrod Meirion reunited to record his first self-titled album. The album, recorded in November, will be released this month by the choir, made up of 17 young men aged between 20 and 35,Read More →

Breadcrumb Links Montreal movies Local News local arts Columnists The daughter of famed producer Jake Eberts is executive producer of the documentary For Love, which examines the overrepresentation of Indigenous children in Canada’s child welfare system. Publication date : February 16, 2022 • 38 minutes ago • 4 minute readRead More →

ROME — Pope Francis yesterday made some small but significant changes to Church law, transferring some powers from the Vatican to national bishops’ conferences and local bishops in certain areas. They include the erection of interdiocesan seminaries, priestly formation projects, the dismissal of members of religious orders from their communities,Read More →

“I wasn’t entrepreneurial at all in my twenties,” says vintage jewelry curator Susan Caplan, who runs a successful eponymous brand. “I just knew that I loved buying things.” Caplan grew up in a family with a passion for collecting antiques: his aunt ran a shop in Camden Passage in Islington;Read More →

As part of P&G’s ongoing commitment to increasing the number of women in our workplace and in our STEM workforce, we’re spotlighting four passionate women scientists who are driving innovation behind our products. Julia Semenchenko discovered his passion for science very early on. When she was six years old, herRead More →

Women’s team Help sell the Academy Stadium on Derby Day! The youngster is pushing for a start in Manchester’s mouth-watering club meeting on Sunday, as Gareth Taylor’s side host United in a crucial FA Women’s Super League clash. Park, a York native but a lifelong City supporter, has impressed thisRead More →

The Levantine Grill on Charlotte Street offers a wide range of Mediterranean choices. As a chef in Damascus, Syria, Imad Mahfouz says he always believed that a restaurateur could produce better quality food if he made it with his own hands. “My restaurant at home served a variety of MediterraneanRead More →

Seattle’s Child is proud to partner with the State Department of Children, Youth, and Families Strengthening Families Washington to honor outstanding caregivers who do important work on behalf of children. Throughout the month, we’ll introduce you to unsung heroes from across the state: birth parents, grandparents, adoptive and foster parents.Read More →

Last year, the celebrations for the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution of 1821 highlighted the passion of the Greek diaspora for their homeland. The celebrations revealed that the contemporary Greek diaspora has a global presence and global international influence. The Greek diaspora radiates a geopolitical soft power that serves asRead More →

When Monte Kiffin was interviewed to become the Dallas Cowboys’ defensive coordinator in 2013, team owner/general manager Jerry Jones and his staff insisted he have a chat with the Cowboys’ up-and-coming linebacker coach. who pondered her own future. Kiffin followed, putting Matt Eberflus in front of the dry-erase board inRead More →

” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=” 920×518.jpg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Passionate Olympians! Moments reminiscent of Usain Bolt” /> The anecdote has gone down in history as one of the founding myths of athletics. As athletics crowns a new king, a lanky sprinter from humble beginnings explodes onto the Beijing stage, breaking three worldRead More →