Art And Activism Power A Starry Hammer Museum Gala

© Courtesy of LA Times. Laverne Cox hugs award winner Chase Strangio at the Hammer Museum Gala. (Michelle Groskop/For The Times) Behind the glitter of the celebratory Hammer Saturday in the Garden, a commitment to activism reminded guests of what awaits the pulse of the museum. The Hammer's first gala since 2019 is marked by … Read moreArt And Activism Power A Starry Hammer Museum Gala

New Mexico Educational Retirement Board Lowers Stake In Ollies Bargain Outlet Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:OLLI)

New Mexico State Scholarship Board Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings, Inc. trimmed its position in shares of (NASDAQ:OLLI – Get Rating ) by 22.0% in the 2nd quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The institutional investor owned 9,200 shares of the company’s stock after selling 2,600 shares during … Read moreNew Mexico Educational Retirement Board Lowers Stake In Ollies Bargain Outlet Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:OLLI)

Police Say Technology Helps, But It’s Best To Be Wary To Avoid A Cellphone Grabanddrain Robbery

While technological safeguards are helpful in preventing visitors from stealing their phones and accessing money apps around the city, the most effective barrier, according to those who have studied the phenomenon more closely, is old distrust. Twin Cities law enforcement, ATM app operators and banks say identity protection tools are available, but it's up to … Read morePolice Say Technology Helps, But It’s Best To Be Wary To Avoid A Cellphone Grabanddrain Robbery

Alejandro González Iñárritu On ReCutting ‘Bardo Into A ‘Tightened Film And Why Some Modern Cinema ‘Lacks Soul

Alejandro González Iñárritu laments the primacy of style over substance in contemporary cinema. During a wide-ranging discussion in London about his career so far, the two-time Oscar winner took to the stage and said: "I don't care about quality. I'm very attached when I meet new directors." Many things these days look good but have … Read moreAlejandro González Iñárritu On ReCutting ‘Bardo Into A ‘Tightened Film And Why Some Modern Cinema ‘Lacks Soul

The Space (technology) Race Is Ready For Liftoff In This Midsized Military Town

The space race has started again. After decades of relative oblivion since man landed on the moon in 1969, things are looking up. In recent years, billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson have almost single-handedly commercialized space in their personal race to put hundreds of thousands of satellites and possibly humans into orbit … Read moreThe Space (technology) Race Is Ready For Liftoff In This Midsized Military Town

No. 24 Cincinnati Seeks 30th Straight Home Win Versus USF

Cincinnati quarterback Ben Bryant gives instructions to teammates during the first half of an NCAA football game against Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, October 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Dave Crenshaw) CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati No. 24 have won four in a row after losing early in the season in Arkansas. On Saturday, he will … Read moreNo. 24 Cincinnati Seeks 30th Straight Home Win Versus USF

Downtown Mural Highlights Imagination Of East Liverpool Students

East Liverpool Mayor Greg Bricker and monster mural artist Craig Wetzel stand with students whose monster graffiti have been painted on a mural on the side wall of the Seal of Approval building at 432 Walnut Street. (Photo by Christy R. EAST LIVERPOOL — Students, their families, city officials and local artist Craig Wetzel gathered … Read moreDowntown Mural Highlights Imagination Of East Liverpool Students

Technology

Cologix, a nationally active communications and data center company headquartered in Denver, has named its first CEO. Laura Ortman, who has 25 years of experience in the technology industry, will take office on October 12. You will lead the company in an industry where the gender gap is large, especially in leadership positions. By 2021, … Read moreTechnology

Magnolia Dad Launches ‘tolerable Educational Character For Children, Parents

Throughout the pandemic, Magnolia veteran and father Shawn Croat has been watching the children's show Blippi with his young children. In the show, the character "Blippi" explains and explores exciting things like fire trucks, zoos, animals, garbage trucks, space and tractors while teaching kids numbers, colors, shapes, words and more. On YourConroeNews.com: Woodland's college graduate … Read moreMagnolia Dad Launches ‘tolerable Educational Character For Children, Parents

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