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Who loves you more than your Mother? No one!  How do you show her how much you care, you take a chore off her list.  She will love a clean car for weeks/months to come. 98 more words

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Warsaw: JM Hotel

I’m back in Warsaw and decided to give another hotel a shot! JM Hotel is a four star hotel located in the city center. There’s nothing overwhelming, but also nothing really negative to say about the hotel so far! 7 more words


Western hosts a Community Service Fair

Western students were encouraged to roll up their sleeves and get in the habit of volunteering at the Community Service Fair on April 6.

Becky Antonaccio organized the event. 737 more words


Spotlight: Presidents Onstage

Good afternoon, everyone! This presidential election has been something of a media circus, hasn’t it? Whether you’re with her or feeling the Bern or making America great again- or none of the above- you probably have heard more about these folks individually than you did last time’s candidates put together. 350 more words

Two Dance Companies Move Beyond Balanchine

Twenty seconds into Elena Kunikova’s Divertimento at last Saturday’s Dance Theatre of Harlem matinee at the City Center, I whispered to my companion, “This isn’t a company ballet, it’s a school performance.” It would have been more accurate to say, “It’s a teaching tool.” Kunikova has been a superb coach and pedagogue in America for many years, drawing on her experience first as a student and then as a leading dancer at the Kirov (now Maryinsky); she’s been particularly successful staging 19th-century Russian classics for the Trocks, somehow marrying her immaculate renditions of obscure ballets to the company’s parodic predilection. 708 more words


"The Never-Ending Story of Street Management"

In this article a conversation with Nel de Jager, the street manager of the best shopping street in the Netherlands, the Haarlemmerstraat/dijk.

How did the rediscovery of urban qualities play a role in the improvements of the street? 84 more words

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