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South Dakota State News

January 11, 2022 Introduction Lieutenant Governor Rhoden, Mr. Speaker, members of the House and Senate, Chief Justice Jensen, Supreme Court justices, constitutional officers, and my fellow South Dakotans: I am honored to stand before you today as the Governor of a state that is proudly leading the nation. We are leading with a talented workforce. We are leading by growing ...

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Crosby students win fourth place in state in UIL film competition

It wasn’t the Oscars, but film students at Crosby High School got their first taste of an awards night when their film moved statewide and was included in the UIL Young Filmmakers State Festival. 2021-22. It was the first time the students qualified for the state finalist round after defeating their opponents in the previous three rounds. “There were just ...

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Spring 2022 Scholarships Awarded to CSC Students | Local News

SOMERSET, Ky. – Somerset Community College recently awarded two scholarships. Jessalyn Burton was awarded the John T Smith Spring 2022 Fellowship to attend SCC. Burton is a 2021 graduate of Rockcastle County High School. She has participated in Future Business Leaders of America, Key Club, Honors Club, Dance Blue, Educators Rising and Track and Field. Additionally, while in high school, ...

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HFM BOCES programs teach more than practical skills – The Daily Gazette

If Yariel Espinet, a high school student from Amsterdam, ever opens his dream Mexican restaurant, he could very well put chicken soup on the menu. Sure, chicken soup isn’t a traditional Mexican dish, but it’s Espinet’s favorite dish out of all the recipes he’s made so far in his freshman year in the arts program. culinary Hamilton Fulton Montgomery BOCES. ...

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Arkansas Arts Council’s Living Treasure Grants, Awards and Honors Support the Creative Economy

Hot Springs artist Kara M. Gunter creates in a variety of media including fabric, glass, ceramic and installation. Earlier this month, she bought a wet belt sander, which will make glass work easier, she says. Gunter, who moved to Hot Springs from South Carolina in 2018 and is program and studio manager at Emergent Arts, used part of a $4,000 ...

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High School Student Directs New ‘HANFORD’ Feature To Be Distributed On Amazon Prime

With the help of his filmmaker mother and nuclear engineer father, Augustin Dulauroy made a successful directorial debut on his feature film “HANFORD” while attending school full-time. Dulauroy is 17 and a senior at Hanford High School. “Sometimes I work there until 11 p.m. or midnight and it’s as if it’s going to be quite hard to wake up tomorrow,” ...

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‘THON Is My Life’: Former Four Diamonds kid dances at THON 2022

Sydney Bush knew she wanted to be a THON dancer since she was 3 years old. Although she never actively thought about it growing up, she always felt it in her heart. When she was only 2 years old, Bush was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Naturally, she jumped at the chance to get involved with THON, especially from a ...

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YME students partner with Pioneer PBS for new learning opportunities

Thanks to a LYFT grant, students at Yellow Medicine East have the opportunity to participate in a new partnership opportunity with Pioneer PBS for a video journalism program. YME teacher Tamara Isfeld applied for the grant, intending to focus on journalism opportunities by partnering with PBS, but also working with Southern Minnesota State University and other experts in the field ...

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The Slamdance Film Festival will present a film made by Mississauga students

Poster for the film Therapy Dogs, a film shot at Cawthra Park High School by former students in their senior year. When Justin Morrice and Ethan Eng were in high school in 2019, they wanted to make a movie that captured an authentic student experience. Now Therapy Dogs, the movie they made for fun during their senior year at Cawthra ...

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Editor Luis Alvarez y Alvarez on La Guerra Civil |

Oscar de la Hoya and Julio César Chávez in Civil war by Eva Longoria Baston. Julio César Chávez and Oscar de la Hoya were once two of boxing’s biggest names, and their 1996 bout dubbed “Ultimate Glory” was a flashpoint for the rift between Mexican Americans and Mexican nationals. . Combining archival footage with interviews with the boxers themselves, The ...

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Jeffco Schools’ Warren Tech Wins Succeeds Award

The high school program built an entire theater for sound production classes and live events. JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colorado – Inside the Warren Tech South Campus, the sound production and live events course is more like a concert, with students like Vivian Sikorsky learning about professional-grade material in a hall built especially for them. “It’s amazing to me that they’ve built ...

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Where was The Tender Bar filmed? Amazon filming locations explored

George Clooney is back in the director’s chair for The Tender Bar on Amazon Prime Video, and further down we explore the places that brought the coming-of-age drama to life. With screenplay homework from William Monahan (The Departed) and starring Tye Sheridan, Ben Affleck, Lily Rabe and more, The Tender Bar is an adaptation of the 2005 memoir by American ...

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Watch Now: Coles County Economics Experts, Businesses Looking Forward to New Year | Local

MATEUSZ JANIK Tyler Bennett at Lester Building Systems in Charleston. CLAY JACKSON, HERALD & REVIEW MATTOON – With the labor market opening up and new businesses being prepared, Coles County’s economy is expected to grow and expand in the new year, while existing businesses still appear to be struggling with staff shortages and inflation issues. Even if companies are understaffed, ...

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Visuals 12.30.21 | Art, theater and culture

Courtesy of the PG Art Center Jessica zhou This exhibition is almost complete, but deserves another look. The above piece, titled “Suspended,” is part of the Monterey High School digital arts exhibit “Beauty Through Our Eyes” which is still on display until Friday, Jan. 7 at the Pacific Grove Art Center (568 Lighthouse Ave., Pacific Grove). Jessica Zhou and 31 ...

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Avid Learning Collective Awards Six Education

BURLINGTON, Mass., December 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Avid® (Nasdaq: AVID) and the customer-led Avid Community Association (ACA) today launched the Avid Learning Collective program to provide professional media creation technologies, training and certification to educational organizations in nonprofits that have proven to inspire, engage and activate creators from underrepresented communities. Avid and the ACA also presented the first six ...

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The Iron River brothers collaborate on a new film

DOOR COUNTY, Wisc. (WJMN) – Iron River natives Anders and Davin Lindwall recently completed their feature debut titled “God Loves the Green Bay Packers”. “It’s really a family, kind of a comedy drama about an old farmer,” said writer / director Anders Lindwall. “It’s technically happening in Wisconsin, in northern Wisconsin. But it’s the story of an old farmer and ...

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Big Sun Studios also serves as an art gallery and video production company

Lewis Kalmbach returned to his hometown of Shreveport this fall and opened Big Sun Studios as a hybrid art gallery and video production studio to expand the downtown arts community. Kalmbach began his career in advertising before becoming an accomplished artist with galleries in Louisiana, California, Georgia, Florida and Mexico. He loves renovating homes and once owned a flower shop ...

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Students learn to broadcast through the GI-TEC program – The Morning Sun

The School Broadcasting Program with the Gratiot-Isabella Technical Education Center (GI-TEC) provides students with experience in different aspects of broadcast media. The School Broadcasting Program is an after-school club under the GI-TEC digital media program. The program started in the 2015-2016 school year. “It’s a volunteer activity that is part of the curriculum,” said Pat Onstott, GI-TEC digital media instructor. ...

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Brian Clark obituary | Television

Writer Brian Clark, who died of an aortic aneurysm at age 89, was ahead of his time in bringing up the subject of people trying to choose between dying when they no longer have any quality of life. In his 1972 television play Whose Life Is It Anyway ?, Ken Harrison, a sculptor paralyzed from neck to toe after a ...

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‘Brave the Dark’ with Jared Harris and Nicholas Hamilton wraps up filming | Entertainment

Around 11 p.m. on a cold night in mid-October in Strasbourg, actor Nicholas Hamilton, dressed in 80s clothes, smashed the glass of a window. No, the actor who starred in “It” and “Captain Fantastic” was not involved in vandalism at the start of Halloween; he was on the set of the next feature film “Brave the Dark”. “Brave the Dark” ...

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Major in Film Production selected as Bellisario College Student Marshal

A family trip to a museum that led to watching an iconic movie and an elective class in high school that looked fun but turned into a lot of work fueled the interest that a Penn State student developed in becoming a successful academic career. Cecilia Konceak, a film production major, will serve as a student marshal for the Donald ...

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Automotive Inspire Interview: Jennifer Pelky of Toyota, Safety Expert

There are many great jobs in the automotive and mobility industries, but if you’re a parent or grandparent who understands that auto crashes are one of the leading killers of American children, it’s hard to imagine a more crucial job than that of Jennifer Pelky. As a senior engineer at Toyota specializing in child and passenger safety, she has just ...

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Freshman becomes Junior Breakthrough Finalist

Faith Nguyen, a freshman specializing in film arts, film and television production, became a finalist in the annual Breakthrough Junior Challenge for her in-house video explaining string theory. (Photo courtesy of Faith Nguyen) After removing her four wisdom teeth, Faith Nguyen went down to her basement and spent the next three days filming a video explaining string theory. Although she ...

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Andrew Garfield sings 30/90 in Tick, Tick … Boom! Musical clip

Musical theater fans were delighted to hear that Jonathan larson‘s (To rent) first off-broadway hit musical, tick, tick … BOOM! was being adapted to the screen, and now that we get closer to the film’s release, the streaming service is finally giving us a preview. The film arrives on Netflix on November 12, but you can now preview the new ...

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The best career advice Dakota Johnson received from Emily Blunt

Dakota Johnson is best known for her role as Anastasia Steele, the protagonist of the “Fifty Shades of Gray” film series, but she almost said “no” to the role. In a new interview with Hollywood journalist, Johnson, 32, reveals her fellow actress Emily Blunt was the one who pushed her to make the first film when she had doubts, sharing ...

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Tacoma mayoral race election results

Victoria Woodards is leading Tacoma’s mayoral race, according to general election results announced Tuesday night. Woodards was ahead of Steve Haverly with 57.78% of the vote, or 12,285 votes. Haverly obtained 41.73% of the vote, or 8,871 votes. There were more votes left as of Tuesday. The next round of results is expected to drop at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Woodards ...

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College Station High School short film selected for film festivals | Brazos life

A short film created by students of College Station High School’s audio and video production program has been shortlisted for screening at three film festivals this fall. “Panning for Gold” premiered on Saturday at the Austin Film Festival’s Young Filmmaker competition and will also premiere at the Lone Star Film Festival on November 11 and the Lift-Off Sessions First Filmmaker ...

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‘Offensive’ high school teacher filmed wearing fake Native American headdress and waving aerial tomahawks is on leave

© Instagram The anonymous teacher wears a fake headdress while teaching her class. Instagram A California teacher is on leave after a viral video showed her waving overhead tomahawks during class. A Native American student in the class shot the video after seeing her pull out a fake headdress. John W. North High School called the incident an “offensive” manifestation ...

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UCF Grad helps bring FX Network visions to life

It all started with the dream of becoming a car designer. Mixing creative and technical work is something that Michael Viscione ’08 has been attracted to it for years. “I fell in love with the art complemented by the technical side of the automotive design work,” says Viscione. “My passion is to turn concepts into reality. And while he doesn’t ...

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Chase Ghiloni takes the love of visuals at First Federal

NEWARK – It was a creative journey, and it all started with an old film camera. “I always dreamed of being a photographer,” recalls Chase Ghiloni, “and mostly I pretended to shoot with my dad’s old film cameras until someone bought me a little camera. photo with my own film. I took several film photography classes in high school and ...

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High school students discover manufacturing trades in Dickinson

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – Hundreds of high school students in southwestern North Dakota were able to chat with the region’s manufacturing leaders. The annual Manufacturing Day event promotes these types of careers to students. Students at Dickinson High School were able to operate the equipment and participate in other hands-on activities on this year’s Crafting Day. “It’s a great opportunity ...

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Cinema and journalism collide for Washington investigative film festival

The focus of journalism and the lens of the film create a double exposure for important issues. Thus, the double exposure: investigation … OMCP’s Jason Fraley preview the Double Exposure: Investigative Film Fest (Part 1) The focus of journalism and the lens of the film create a double exposure for important issues. So the Double exhibition: Investigative Film Festival returns ...

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Jack Edward Huntoon, Jr. | Obituary

KNOXVILLE – Jack Edward Huntoon, Jr., 63, left this land on September 25, 2021 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Jack was born July 14, 1958 in Kingsport, Tennessee, to the late Jack Edward Huntoon, Sr. and Donna Martin Huntoon. Jack graduated from Dobyns Bennett High School in 1976, where he played football, was on the video production team, and cultivated friendships that ...

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Chelmsford Short Film Festival – Lowell Sun

Chelmsford TeleMedia presented its third annual Chelmsford Short Film Festival on August 21, which featured two screening blocks in the afternoon and evening. The popular event held at the CHS’s Carl J. Rondina Performing Arts Center in Chelmsford featured short films by emerging filmmakers from across the region, all proceeds of which were donated to the Chelmsford Food Pantry. Over ...

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The perks of being local – Knox County Villagesoup

Saturday, August 28, 11 a.m. This is the last day of the Union Fair and the first annual Mud Run. The terrain is very muddy and vehicles are lined up along the track as participants register. I have attended the fair five different times to cover a variety of events over the past week. I am tired. I arrive early ...

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Scarborough graduate makes directorial debut and finds success in LA

The cast and crew on the set of director James Sunshine’s “Coronavirus Conspiracy”, standing left to right, Jonathan Millett, Joseph D. Reitman, John Lehr, Jeremy Camp and Michael Meza. Kneeling, Sunshine, left, and Larry Layfield. Courtesy of James Sunshine From Scarborough High School‘s ‘video kid’ to Hollywood producer and filmmaker, James Sunshine has come a long way since leaving his ...

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“Kyrie Irving, stop filming Lebron James in the stands!”: Lakers fans hilariously laugh at fan who snuck into mini training camp and taped the King and his team

NBA Twitter gives its flowers to a fan who snuck into the stands of his school to record the mini Lakers training camp hosted by LeBron James The NBA is full of fans who would do anything to get a glimpse of their favorite team / players in person. While a lot of people go to arenas for the same, ...

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The local theater is back in force; 4 productions to open

When local theater fans are looking for live, on stage and in person entertainment this weekend, there are a handful of wonderful options to choose from. For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic closed in March 2020, the region’s theater community appears to be in full swing Friday night. Three different productions start this weekend, another Wednesday, and included ...

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Janitor at Local High School Sentenced to 60 Years in Federal Prison for Secretly Filming Students in Girls’ Bathroom | USAO-MDFL

Orlando, Florida – United States District Judge Wendy W. Berger sentenced Derremy Jerrell Walker (31, Sanford) to 60 years in federal prison on two counts of use or attempted use children to produce sexually explicit videos. A federal jury had found Walker guilty of the offenses on June 29, 2021. Walker was also ordered to serve a life supervision sentence ...

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Filmmaker Jabari Daniel aims high with directorial debut

Characteristics Shane Superville 3 hours ago Photographer and filmmaker Jabari Daniel has made a name for himself on social media through his use of graphics in photos. Daniel. The 27-year-old makes his directorial debut in his short film “Cheesecake” for the TT Film Festival later this month. PHOTO COURTESY JABARI DANIEL – PHOTO COURTESY JABARI DANIEL Jabari Daniel has a ...

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Celebrating the life of Daffney Unger, obituary published online

On September 1, 2021, the wrestling world lost another star far too soon when Shannon Spruill, known to wrestling fans as Daffney Unger, passed away at the age of 46. Fans and friends worried about Spruill when she went public with some of her battles on social media. Police were dispatched to several known addresses before her family were contacted ...

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Steven Spielberg directs Seth Rogen and Gabriel LaBelle on the set of new movie The Fabelmans in LA

It’s jaws Indiana Jones franchise. And on Friday, Steven Spielberg was seen in the Mid-Wilshire region Los Angeles, California, With actor Seth Rogen on the set of his semi-autobiographical film “Les Fabelmans”. The three-time Oscar winner, 74, led the stage for the project at a church adjacent to the region’s historic Ever Theater. Hotset: Steven Spielberg was seen on the ...

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When her son was diagnosed with leukemia, videographer Shane McFalls picked up his camera | Cinema | Seven days

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Shane Mcfalls Still from Soren McFalls in “The Bravest People I Know” It’s the kind of whiplash every parent dreads. “He just had a weird rash,” Shane McFalls said in a phone interview, speaking of his 2-year-old son Soren. Shane, 35, thought it was probably nothing. Children have rashes. Shane’s wife Allie, also 35, decided ...

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Topeka native Colin Sanders wins awards for his shorts

In fourth grade at Berryton Elementary School, Colin Sanders got off the school bus at the end of the day and walked into his home, where he saw his brother watching YouTube videos. Colin Sanders didn’t know what YouTube was. He sat down with his brother and they watched comedy sketches. Those moments played a big part in where Sanders ...

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Here is an overview of the business news from the Mahoning Valley

Also among today’s business updates: Valley STEM Academy, Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, and America Makes; Professional Development Center and Macy’s; 898 Marketing; State farm; and the AAA East Central Gas Price Report. YOUNGSTOWN – OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology is reorganizing its leadership to help the center enter its next ...

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Bank of America Announces 2021 Student Leaders • Atascadero News

Paid Summer Internships Connect North County Youth to Career Development Opportunities ATASCADERO – Bank of America has announced that two students from Atascadero High School have been selected as the first 2021 San Luis Obispo Student Leaders. Emma Hanson and Oscar Perry have each started an eight-week paid summer internship with Habitat for Humanity, earning 17 $ per hour and ...

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