Monthly Archives: April 2017

Federal School established in 1797 on Darby Road in Haverford, Pennsylvania.

The Federal School is a historic one-room schoolhouse located on Darby Road in Haverford, Pennsylvania near the Allgates Estate. It was established in 1797, and was called the Federal School because of the community’s pride of being part of the … Continue reading

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Why Radical Deregulation Is Happening So Fast At The FCC

Why Radical Deregulation Is Happening So Fast At The FCC By Andrew Jay Schwartzman Mar 19 2017 <https://www.benton.org/blog/why-radical-deregulation-happening-so-fast-fcc&gt; Chairman Ajit Pai is moving fast at the FCC President Donald Trump has moved quickly to use Executive Orders and other plenary … Continue reading

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American Folklore Society, International Society for Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR): 2016 annual meeting Videos

The American Folklore Society’s YouTube channel now hosts videos of six sessions videotaped at the 2016 annual meeting in Miami, a joint conference of AFS and the International Society for Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR): Dan Ben-Amos’s Don Yoder Address for … Continue reading

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COWBOY ROUNDS a concert to be performed in NYC this Sunday April 23

This is part of a concert to be performed in NYC this Sunday April 23 Cowboy Rounds by Ian Dicke Ian Dicke (b. 1982) is a composer inspired by social-political culture and interactive technology. Praised for his “refreshingly well-structured” (Feast … Continue reading

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Former Apple Engineer Describes Domestic Abuse In Chilling Courtroom Statement

Rastogi’s four-page victim impact statement describes the effects of her husband’s abuse, and her ongoing disappointment with the criminal justice system’s lack of substantial response to her plight. She said she feels she’s been “effectively silenced” twice ― first by her husband … Continue reading

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