On October 22, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. ET, a webinar “Screening and Assessment of Youth in Confinement” will be presented by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) 166 more words
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This one is another archival one, since OT is on full force until some time in late November. Again, the beautiful photos were taken by Phil who carried the camera up mountains, kayaking on lagoons and lakes, and even managed to get photos of the zip wire trip through the forest in Queenstown. 262 more words
Right now is a great time to be in documentary film. New technologies and new uses of existing ones are giving rise to tremendous potential for doc filmmakers today, and ideas are sprouting up as fast as people can plunk a camera (or cellphone, or webcam) in front of them. 384 more words
Apparently, Back to The Future III is not a beloved movie.
In fact, the common BTTF trilogy reviews I’ve been given are as follows:
“I love the first movie and I like the second one, even though it’s a little goofy, but I’ve only seen parts of the third one and I didn’t really like it.” 678 more words
I spent my day in the southern part of the state talking to some high school journalists, so this is a bit late. On the way there, I had to take some of the more rural highways to get from point to point, winding me through the various hills and valleys around the farms and small towns along the way. 957 more words