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Confessions of a Binge Watcher

According to a recent survey conducted for Netflix, 61 percent of TV streamers regularly engage in binge watching.  The definition of binge watching is viewing between two to six episodes of a show in one sitting.   628 more words

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International Women's Day

On March 8th the world celebrated women, commemorating the movement for women’s rights.  The United Nations celebrates women with a theme.  This year the UN theme is “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030.” A message from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stated that women’s rights today are being “reduced, restricted and reversed.”  As the economic gender gap continues to widen, Guterres calls for change by “empowering women at all levels, enabling their voices to be heard and giving them control over their own lives and over the future of our world.”  The sixty-first meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women began today and will run through March 24th at the United Nations. 589 more words

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Proposed Cement Plant along the Napa River in Vallejo

Vallejo is currently considering a proposal to build a cement plant and develop a new marine terminal at the vacant General Mills Flour site at the mouth of the Napa River in Vallejo. 92 more words

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Women and Black History Month

I watched last night as Viola Davis accepted her best supporting actress Oscar for her performance in Fences. She is the first black star to win an Oscar, Emmy and Tony for acting. 596 more words

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Simultaneous Monologues/Spontaneous Dialogue: An Evening with Oppenheim and Saenz

Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 8pm @ URBAN-15 Studio (2500 S. Presa 78210) $10 Presale HERE, $15 at the Door…Buy your tickets early!
On the heels of two sold-out performances by the Invincible Czars, jazz saxophonists Richard Oppenheim and Rene Saenz return to URBAN-15 as the second installment of our Sonic Provocation series, which provides a setting for sound artists to showcase original material, taking it out of the laboratory and into the ears of the public. 190 more words
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Q&A with Jill Dyché: Does “Open” Mean “Free for the Taking?”

In which Jill channels your mom and reminds you not to steal.

You know you’re onto something when people take pleasure in deriding your average ideas and stealing your good ones. 648 more words

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Thanks Zac

Making a film is an amazing experience. Sometimes I feel like I won the lottery.  To learn something new at my age is exhilarating and exhausting in a good way.   687 more words

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