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An accommodation would describe the relationship that now exists in Victoria between the Greens and the NDP. While a “coalition” may have put a Green politician in the cabinet, an “accommodation” still leaves the Greens free to criticize the NDP without causing it to lose a vote of confidence and force an election.District 86 also changed its schedule, starting with the 2015 16 school year, so the first semester would end before the winter break. The district previously had the first semester continue into January, but parents and students said that rather than relaxing with their families during the holidays, many students were immersed in homework.Growing up in El Paso, I observed many people who experienced stressful circumstances such as financial strain,
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“The most obvious reason is that the play is about art and we’re in Laguna Beach,” he said. “But it’s also about three men and male bonding, and what the fabric of male friendship is. It’s also a very funny play, and it’s very streamlined. It doesn’t present a lot of production obstacles. You just need to get three really good actors and let them fly.”

Barnicle is betting he has those three actors in Steve Vinovich, who plays Serge; John Herzog,
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playing Marc; and Kyle Colerider Krugh, cast as Yvan.

Translated from the original French by British playwright Christopher Hampton, “Art” went on to win the 1996 97 Laurence Olivier Award and the 1998 Tony Award in its Broadway production.

Local audiences may have seen the show back in 2000 at South Coast Repertory (I did and enjoyed it so much I caught a summer stock production while on vacation in Montana a few years ago).

Based on the Disney Channel original movie of the same name, the show offers a variety of roles for youth and adult actors, singers and dancers in all age and vocal ranges.
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IN HER brand new art space, artist Judy Gittelsohn prepares four workstations of pushed together desks for the arrival of about 10 developmentally challenged children.

At each workstation, she has placed a plant sprout in a cup, her outline drawing of the plant divided into six panels and neatly filled palates of colored paint. The children will paint one square each in this composite picture that Gittelsohn likens to quilting. “It’s about the cycle of life,” she explains, just before the children arrive in a flurry of activity.

With two aids in tow, they chatter, sit, stand, explore, sit as Gittelsohn explains the objective through the din. Colors flow; paints, papers, brushes are in disarray, and it’s over in a matter of minutes. Watching the kids interact with the project at hand, you see moments of intense concentration, of delight, of being engrossed in the hand to eye experience the majority of these moments are measured in seconds, split seconds.

Gittelsohn is not disappointed. Surveying the finished paintings, she marvels at the unique personality each student has contributed. “Just like a thumb print,” Gittelsohn comments, “our marks application of paint, marker, pencil, chalk precisely our own. Amazing.”

The miracle of Judy Gittelsohn is fluidity. An award winning painter with an architectural background, Gittelsohn provides a structured (often elaborately so) template, then she lets go, come what may. Once a finished product is in front of her, goal orientation shifts to “What can we make of this”?

The groups Gittelsohn teaches youth, developmentally challenged children, adults recovering from illness or injury all overcome huge hurdles to paint.

One of her students was a highly paid professional before he fell ill and lost his career to debilitating seizures. “He wanted to draw with perspective, but he couldn’t get his mind around it.” Gittelsohn recalls his breakthrough moment. “I said look at the corners of the room and see if they are an ‘A’ or a ‘V.'” He got it. And she still remembers “watching him smile and begin to rework his brain.”

In the case of illnesses, she points out, sometimes it’s just a question of helping the brain to approach old tasks (“something difficult that used to be familiar”) in new ways.

In her at risk youth program, Gittelsohn devised a project for young girls from East Palo Alto to interview and then paint important women in their community. She compiled the paintings in a booklet simply called A Book About Women by Girls and has saved up nearly half the money needed to print 1,000 copies of the books. She believes that it is important for these artists and their contributions to be part of the community at large.

These artists’ proud sense of accomplishment is the reason Gittelsohn plans to celebrate the new space and gallery for her “Art for Well Beings” programs (thanks to support from Early Learning Institute president Charles D. Bernstein) with a grand opening and all inclusive art exhibit (May 6, 3 5pm).

The work of Gittelsohn’s students can be seen around the South Bay, and at least one of her developmentally challenged adult proteges, Mike Jennings, has sold a number of paintings. With several paintings on exhibit at “Art for Well Beings,” Jennings’ youthful style captures an essence of raw delight. Gittelsohn says he always greets her the same way: “‘You are Judy and I like art really like art.'”
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When the 22nd season of “Antiques Roadshow” premieres Monday, the popular PBS show will feature a marathon day of appraisals done in Harrisburg.

The show’s staff is unwilling to share too many details in advance, but the episode will include residents of Columbia, East Petersburg, Lancaster, Lititz and New Holland. They are among the nearly 5,000 people who went to the Farm Show in June to discover whether they were the owners of a real treasure.

Looking back at the episodes featuring artifacts brought to the show during the Harrisburg stop, Marsha Bemko, the show’s executive producer, struggled to pick out a few items to talk about.

“So many good things,” she says. “This was a great city. There’s a reason it’s first.”

The Harrisburg appraisals are featured in three separate episodes, including Monday’s. The others will air Jan. 15 and Jan. 22.

For the latest season of “Antiques Roadshow,” the crew from WGBH Boston also traveled to Portland, Oregon; Green Bay, Wisconsin; St. Louis; New Orleans; and Newport, Rhode Island. When planning a new season, the show looks for new cities as well as past favorites.

“Harrisburg was such a good city that it’s going to be our season premiere in January, which says a lot about the material we captured,” Bemko says.

A ‘chocolate pot’The season opens with a woman telling the backstory of a “chocolate pot” that belonged to her husband’s grandfather.

“She tells the story of how he would hide it if any handyman or anyone would come to the house,” Bemko says. “He didn’t want that person coming back and walking off with it. He knew it was a good thing.”

The tinware pot was made around 1880 and is painted with toile flowers in primary colors. The family called it a chocolate pot and passed it down through the generations.

Watch: Video of the ‘chocolate pot’ appraisalAppraiser Kelly Wright of Freeman’s in Philadelphia called it a great example of Pennsylvania Dutch tinware. Seeing the bright colors on this pot are an exciting find, Wright says in the episode, because black is the most common color. He priced the painted coffee pot at $7,000 to $9,000.

“Are you kidding?” the stunned woman says in the episode. “Never in a million years would I have thought that.”

“No wonder he hid it away,” Bemko tells LNP. He escaped three times and attempted even more escapes.

For one escape attempt, from Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary, he collected material from the prison dentist and made a lifelike head.

“The man had talent. It really is a good head. It has hair on it,” Bemko says. “He made a hand, too, so he could put the head and the hand on the bed and . escape. He was not successful.”

A prison warden kept the head. His grandson brought it to be appraised in Harrisburg. The expert estimated the head is worth $2,500 to $3,500.

“You’ve got to laugh at this a little bit. ‘Roadshow’ has a head in a box,” Bemko says. “We’ve had busts and things like that. Staff received photos of more than 1,000 pieces and picked fewer than a dozen for the show.

One furniture set was made by George Nakashima, a world renowned woodworker popular for his work in the American craft movement.

The woman who loaned the furniture said her parents bought a set of chairs in the 1970s from Nakashima’s studio in New Hope, Bucks County. Her parents paid $100 and $150 for the chairs. She returned in the 1990s and bought a table from Nakashima’s daughter for $5,000.

“There we have two generations of buyers buying from two generations of makers,” Bemko says.

The table and chairs combined were appraised by the show at $13,000 to $17,000.

NASA nurseA woman brought in artifacts from an aunt who worked at NASA and started the first aerospace nurse course.

The aunt, Pearl Tucker, worked with astronauts in the 1960s and saved photos of Gus Grissom and Roger Chaffee, plus other items like the astronauts’ menus.

When there were tragedies, like the Apollo 1 disaster, Tucker would help with the autopsies, Bemko says.
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Hurt story fits into a grim pattern, as research shows heroin use is on the rise in the US. The most recent United Nations World Drug Report found that 914,000 people aged 12 years or older reported using heroin in 2014 a 145% increase since 2007.Jones said her organization plan is for parents to do fundraisers and ask businesses to contribute through local banks and an online GoFundMe website, with money being equally distributed to all participants that meet state 4 H requirements.Event LocationCherry Hill Public LibraryRoxanne Jones: If they don’t want to talk actually talk about sex, say goodbyeThis is a recycled hoax from the last couple years, which made our Verify job easier. Online fact checker Snopes already did a lot of the legwork, and we also turned to the Government of Iceland’s Immigration website.
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1. Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to ComeIf best is yet to come when you’re 90, then Tony Bennett truly must have stumbled across the fountain of youth on the same day he left his heart in San Francisco. One highlight of this special is seeing host Alec Baldwin do his Tony Bennett impersonation alongside the real thing. is nuts! Tuesday, Dec. 20 on NBC

2. America’s Got Talent Holiday SpectacularNick Cannon, Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel gather for a festive extravaganza featuring this season’s winner Grace Vanderwaal along with fan favorites the Clairvoyants, Brian Justin Crum and Olate Dogs, with special guests Penn Teller and crooner Sal Valentinetti.

When: Monday, Dec. 19 on NBC, City

3. Canada’s Smartest PersonFive weekly winners battle it out in the series first ever holiday themed finale. Gerry Dee, star of sitcom Mr. D, will test the competitors’ social intelligence in the so called Lie Detector Challenge. Can you tell which of Gerry’s over the top holiday stories are true and which ones are false?

When: Sunday, Dec. 18 on CBC

4. HoardersA neurosurgeon faces potential bankruptcy if he can’t auction off some of his $10 million treasure trove to cover his debts. Plus, a woman who loves Storage Wars a little too much has accrued so many storage units, she barely can live in her house. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

When: Sunday, Dec. 18 on A ShamelessThe Gallaghers grapple with the loss of one of their own. Lip (Jeremy Allen White) takes steps to improve his future, while Debbie (Emma Kenney) and Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) get roped into a new scheme concocted by Frank (William H. Macy). The more things change, the more they stay the same.

When: Sunday, Dec. Canada’s Walk of Fame 2016This special features highlights from the annual gala ceremony, which took place last fall in Toronto. Inductees this year are Jason Priestley, Darryl Sittler, Jeanne Beker, Corey Hart, Deepa Mehta and Al Waxman. Presenters include Tatiana Maslany, Nelly Furtado and Kiefer Sutherland.

When: Monday, Dec. 19 on Global

7. ScorpionWhile Tim (Scott Porter) has a big decision to make regarding his future, the team encounters gun runners and Ralph (Riley B. Smith) winds up getting kidnapped on Christmas Eve at an electronics free mountain getaway. Wow, I would REALLY complain to my service provider.

When: Monday, Dec. 19 on CBS, City

8. The Great Christmas Light FightFour festive families showcase their spectacular displays, including the Monkhouse clan of Alexandria, Louisiana, whose effort features classic Christmas toys, a high tech light show and a parrot that sings Jingle Bells. Hmmm,
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PHOTOS: 3 killed in deadly school shootingWHO ARE THE VICTIMS:

Casey Jordan Marquez was an Aztec senior. Family said the 17 year old cheerleader was planning to travel to Florida to participate in the National Cheerleading Orange Bowl.

Casey’s GoFundMe pageFrancisco “Paco” Fernandez was an Aztec junior and football player. Governor Susana Martinez said she spoke with the boy’s family who said talked about what a great, smart kid he was.

Paco’s GoFundMe pageWHO WAS THE SHOOTER:

New Mexico State Police Chief Pete Kassetas identified 21 year old William Atchison as the shooter.

Atchison worked a local gas station but FBI officials said he was a former Aztec High student.

Officials said he has planned the shooting and released a post he had written on a gaming website the morning of the shooting at 6:51.

“If things go according to plan, today would be when I die.

I wait until the school buses are detected, then head on foot disguised as a student.

I go somewhere and gear up, then hold a class hostage and go ape st,
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then blow my brains out.

Work sucks, school sucks, life sucks.

I just want out of this st.”

WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED AT THE SCHOOL:

Disguised as a student Atchinson went to the school with a backpack with a 9mm and several magazines inside, officials said.

They went on to add Atchison went to the bathroom to confront students.

Class was already in session and the first victim, Francisco, excused himself to go to the bathroom. When he walked in, Atchinson shot him.

Atchison walked out of the bathroom and shot his second victim, Casey Jordan.

Officials said the school’s faculty and staff sprung into action upon hearing the shots.

Atchison continued to walk up and down the hallway firing shots into classrooms. He entered a computer lab and fired shots over students’ heads and walked out.

At some point, officials said Atchison turned the gun on himself.

When law enforcement responded to the scene they had to break a window to get into the school. Once they got inside they found Atchison dead with the gun and multiple loaded magazines near him.

Officials did say the resource officer was not at the school at the time.

WHAT WAS HIS INTENT:

As Chief Kassetas said they will never know as the shooter took his own life.

But FBI officials add that it was evident Atchison wanted police to find his thumb drive and once the investigation is complete, they may be able to shed more light as to the why of what happened.

As for the victims, officials said they just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

They add that while unfortunate, Francisco going to the bathroom saved lives.

“Paco, it was unfortunate circumstance, but by doing that he saved lives. Because I think the suspect would have gone into a classroom and it would have been worse. That kid is a hero,” Chief Kassestas said.
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The loss of each individual is unique, and the documentary shows the desire each family has to help others who are going through loss.”[Her voice] was so precious and we all know now she’s going to be with the Lord,” said Jean Phillips, a family friendFor these winter evenings when we have exhausted what we want for supper, try this:According to those at RelationshipRx, there are some easy steps people can take to build more intimacy and strengthen their relationships on a daily basis.
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The old man booked his appointment under an alias.

Allen Gold that what he called himself. But his real name was Stanwood Elkus.

At home in Lake Elsinore, California, the retired barber tended to the final details with solicitous care. Bullets were loaded into a Glock 21 handgun.

Then, on January 28, 2013, the 75 year old trekked the 55 miles to a medical complex in Newport Beach, a swanky Orange County enclave with one of the most expensive housing markets in the country.

He went inside to the second floor urology department and checked in under the alias. A nurse ushered him to an examination room. And when the doctor, a married father of two named Ronald Gilbert, walked through the door, Elkus pulled his Glock and squeezed the trigger 10 times, according to prosecutors. The shots punched through the doctor chest and neck, ending the physician life just days before his 53rd birthday.

Elkus then turned to a nurse. “I insane,” he said, “call the police,” according to testimony reported by Patch.

But the violent shooting was not, according to law enforcement, the work of a psyche cut loose from reality, but that of a sane man derailed by revenge. As Elkus murder trial opened this summer, prosecutors argued the shooting was tied to an earlier botched medical procedure that had left the defendant with a guttering sex drive and erectile dysfunction, as the Orange County Register reported. Elkus anger snowballed over two decades, eventually spurring him to homicide.

“Mr. Elkus began to blame all of his problems on this procedure,” prosecutor Matt Murphy told jurors, according to the Los Angeles Times. “Whatever went wrong in his life he blame on the procedure. He obsessed over this.”

The jury agreed, finding Elkus guilty of first degree murder in late August. On Monday, the now 79 year old Elkus, wheelchair bound and nearly deaf, was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Elkus and Gilbert firstcrossed paths originally in 1992, the Times reported, when Elkus walked into a Veterans Affairs hospital in Long Beach complaining about frequent urination.

Gilbert was only a resident then, a friendly presence at the hospital who played piano for patients on the weekends, according to the Times. He worked alongside doctors who diagnosed the patient problem as urethral stricture a narrowing of the urethra. Gilbert recommended the surgery, the Register reported, but did not participate in the actual procedure aimed at widening Elkus urethra.

Elkus was left with incontinence, a low sex drive and erectile dysfunction. Making matters worse, different doctors later told Elkus he had been misdiagnosed and theprocedure had been unnecessary.

Eventually, Elkus blamed the loss of a longtime girlfriend that he hoped to marry on the medical problems caused by the VA work. The grudge fixed on Gilbert, and continued to boil until Elkus decided to seek revenge. According to prosecutors, the retiree purchased his handgun in December 2012. He also mapped out directions to Gilbert current office.

In the meantime, the doctor career rocketed. Besides his medical practice, Gilbert and a partner started a pharmaceutical company focused on treatments for sexual dysfunction. The day before walking into the examination room where Elkus waited, Gilbert had actually received a $30 million offer from a corporate buyer.

“I will never understand how cruel that is,” Gilbert partner told the Times after the murder. “To have that moment followed 12 hours later, 14 hours later, by something like that. In a million years you couldn script that.”

Eklus was arrested but pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

At his trial, his attorneys argued the defendant was not in control of his actions on the day he gunned the doctor. An antidepressant Elkus was taking in the days before the encounter weakened his inhibitions, the defense argued, the Times reported. Dementia and brain damage further incapacitated his control and empathy, the defense stressed.

The trial lasted three weeks. After only 40 minutes of deliberation, the jury returned a guilty verdict. On Monday, Gilbert family was given the opportunity to speak at the sentencing hearing.

“The world was robbed of a model citizen,” Gilbert wife, Elizabeth, told the court. “Our children were robbed of an amazing father.”

Elkus, however, was not listening. He pulled out his hearing aids as the family members spoke, according to the Times. He put them back on to hear Judge Patrick Donahue deliver the maximum sentence.
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She recounts the many life lessons she’s learned writing obituaries in a small town in her new book: Find the Good.

Haines is a tiny coastal community (population about 2,000) located on a narrow spit of land that stretches out into the sea. Surrounded by mountains and only accessed by boat, plane, or a few roads leading out of town, the close knit quality of daily life there may be one reason her obituaries are so intimate and personal. Lende has usually met anyone who dies there.

Lende recounts a wealth of common sense and deep thoughts accumulated over the years, ever since she was assigned her first obituary in 1996. Each chapter of the book tells a story that’s quirky and profound, while highlighting Lende’s unique writing skills and innate ability to find the good, even in the saddest stories.

“Writing obituaries is my way of transcending bad news. It has taught me the value of intentionally trying to find the good in people and situations, and that practice and I do believe that finding the good can be practiced has made my life more meaningful.”

Bad news is not unknown in Haines, which Lende says is a difficult place economically. The town is populated by artists, “aging hippies,” young families, small shop owners, state workers, fishermen and Tlingit Native Americans. Nobody has a “career,” and you won’t find any big retail or chain stores in Haines, whose rundown main street is populated by small “1950’s” style shops. This makes every single citizen special to Lende, and she says every obituary gets the same respect and attention.

“I think ordinary people are successful. Today, it seems we only hear about celebrities or people who do awful dramatic things, and I want people to know I think it’s successful to be a schoolteacher, or a janitor, or a nurse, or a fisherman. Those are the people we depend on, those are the people who make a community and that saves us as a society.”

Lende has had to compare darkness with light in her own life as well. She loves her home in Haines, where she lives surrounded by her family, her garden, her chickens and a beloved golden retriever named Pearl, but she’s no stranger to tragedy. She was nearly killed ten years ago when a truck ran her over. She had a slow recovery, spent largely in a nursing home, where she says she was stunned by the sheer kindness of complete strangers. The experience led her to become a hospice volunteer and sit with patients who are dying, which she considers an honor. “We’re all writing our own Obituary every day,” she says, “by how we live.”

Lende’s goal is to find the good in every person’s life, no matter how hard she has to look for it. She visits with relatives of the deceased, researches online, talks to friends and distant relatives, until she finds the nuggets in a life that shine. Every life, in Lende’s hands, is notable and important. Every person had or did something good at one time and she hunts those moments and facts down with the spirit of a kind hearted but hard hitting investigative reporter.

“I begin each obituary with a phone conversation, followed by a visit. For reasons I’m not sure of, but that one priest told me may be my calling, I am able to enter a grieving household, pull up a chair, sip some coffee, observe, listen, ask questions that (I hope) will ease the pain, take notes, and recognize the authentic lines when I hear them. Finding the good in this situation is often challenging; it is not always obvious. If I concentrate and am patient, though, it will reveal itself.”

As Lende collects memories and details from a person’s life, she fashions them together like pearls on a line, building a case for each individual. She finds divinity in the details and poetry in the mundane. She finds grace and mercy within every death she writes about, even amidst every disaster and tragedy.

“After an elder who has been housebound and incapacitated by a stroke for 25 years dies, I find time to sit on the sofa and look through family albums with his widow and admire how handsome he was in his World War II uniform and how happy they both looked on that beach vacation the year before he was stricken.

When 12 year old twins lose their mother to cancer, I will quote their father praising them and tell how he plans to take them on a family drive across the country to see their grandparents. And perhaps hardest of all, on the snowy winter morning when I meet with the parents and siblings of a young man who drank too much one night and shot himself, I write down how very much he had loved to swim in the lake in front of their summer cabin.”

When asked why she goes to such lengths to find the good in each obituary, Lende admits an ulterior motive. “I’m a church goer and I’d like to believe in Heaven. I asked my friend, Father Blainey, an old school Catholic priest from Boston, if non believers go to heaven and he said to me: ‘When your time is up and you meet St. Peter at the gate, he’s going to ask you one question: Have you been good to Gods people? And if you can answer yes, you’ve got it made.’

And so maybe every time when I’m writing an obituary I try to find some place or one moment where that person was good to somebodyand write it down. I consciously try to find the good in that person’s life, I want to make sure it’s documented so that person can be eternal in some way. So maybe that’s why I spend so much time writing obituaries. In that way, I’ve helped give someone a ticket to heaven.”

So that’s the secret behind Lende’s obituaries, the reason she takes such care with each one. She’s doing no less than writing people tickets to heaven, making a final appeal to the angels for even the most unlikely souls. She’s doing nothing short of making a case for each person’s place in eternity, be that here in our minds on earth, or out there somewhere in the next world.

When asked if she’s thought about writing her own obituary, Lende laughs and says no. One size won’t fit all of them. I took another tack. I pretended I was on my deathbed. (I’m 54, have survived being run over by a truck, and I had a headache, which I worried might be a brain tumor, so this was not such a big leap.) I imagined I’d already said goodbye to my husband, children, grandchildren and all the great grandchildren I hadn’t even met yet. If indeed all the wisdom I had in my heart was to be summed up in final words and it was difficult to speak more than, say, three, what would I rasp before my soul flew up the chimney? Find the good. I surprised myself with this pretty great notion. Find the good. That’s enough. That’s plenty. I could leave my family with that.”
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TaxSlayer, an online tax service, launched what it calls ” refundNOW,” where qualifying customers can receive an advance of up to $1,000 in as little as 48 hours of their e file being accepted by the Internal Revenue Service. Loan amounts are either $500 or $1,000.

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The demand for refund advance loans is being driven up after a crackdown to combat tax refund fraud.

The Internal Revenue Service is now required to hold back some tax refunds until at least mid February for those claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit. Last year, about 15 million people who filed early in the season faced those delays.

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An important point: The delay applies to the entire refund not just the portion of refund money that’s associated with these credits.

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