Foundation Unveils Master Plan for Senior Centers, Campaign to Raise Nearly $150M to Fund It

The Bay Terraces Community and Senior Center in San Diego. The city marked its opening in August 2021. Photo credit: @CityofSanDiego, via Twitter A private foundation on Thursday introduced its “San Diego Master Plan for Senior Centers,” a countywide proposal to bring modern versions of such centers to local communities. In San Diego County, there… Continue reading Foundation Unveils Master Plan for Senior Centers, Campaign to Raise Nearly $150M to Fund It

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West Campus High Students Walk Out In Support Of Black Vice Principal Who Resigned Over Claims Of Harassment

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Students walked out of West Campus High School on Thursday to support their vice principal who resigned last week after being targeted by racist and violent threats. Dr. Verhser’s resignation is effective June 17, following the end of the school year. “Black students are so overlooked that we literally have to do… Continue reading West Campus High Students Walk Out In Support Of Black Vice Principal Who Resigned Over Claims Of Harassment

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Meghan Markle pays respects to school shooting victims

Associated Press UVALDE, Texas — Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, made a visit to a memorial site for the victims involved in the deadly elementary school shooting in Texas. Meghan placed white flowers tied with a purple ribbon at a memorial outside the Uvalde County Courthouse on Thursday. She paid her respects after a gunman… Continue reading Meghan Markle pays respects to school shooting victims

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Colorado Weather: From Shorts To Jackets, Some Mountain Campers May Also Need Snow Boots This Weekend

DENVER (CBS4) – If you’re planning to camp in the mountains of Colorado this Memorial Day you’ll need to pack a variety of clothes. The weekend will start off warm and dry thanks to a ridge of high pressure currently overhead. But things will start to change by late Saturday and early Sunday as a… Continue reading Colorado Weather: From Shorts To Jackets, Some Mountain Campers May Also Need Snow Boots This Weekend

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Marco Rubio slams Miami Heat’s call for fans to demand ‘common sense’ gun reforms after Texas school shooting

In the aftermath of the elementary school massacre in Uvalde, Texas, the Miami Heat used a pre-game moment to urge fans to contact U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, both Florida Republicans, “demanding their support for common sense gun laws” — and telling them they can “make change at the ballot box.” Rubio, who… Continue reading Marco Rubio slams Miami Heat’s call for fans to demand ‘common sense’ gun reforms after Texas school shooting

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All Remaining Tickets To ‘Bakkhai’ At Baltimore Center Stage Are Free

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Center Stage announced Thursday that all remaining tickets to its final production of the season are completely free, thanks to underwriting support from the theater’s donors. The show is ‘Bakkhai,’ described by the theater as a “modern day take of the classic Greek tragedy,” which centers around Dionysus, the god of wine… Continue reading All Remaining Tickets To ‘Bakkhai’ At Baltimore Center Stage Are Free

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Giants OTAs Notebook: Third-round pick Josh Ezeudu gets look at left tackle

Third-round pick Josh Ezeudu, an offensive guard from North Carolina, played first-team left tackle in Thursday’s live team drills with Andrew Thomas continuing to nurse a surgically repaired left ankle. Ezeudu started 20 games at left guard, six at left tackle and two at right tackle for the Tar Heels. GM Joe Schoen said when… Continue reading Giants OTAs Notebook: Third-round pick Josh Ezeudu gets look at left tackle

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Rear Adm. Brad Rosen Takes Command as San Diego’s New ‘Navy Mayor’

Rear Adm. Brad Rosen. Navy photo Rear Adm. Brad Rosen, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and Harvard University, assumed command of Navy Region Southwest this week. He succeeds Rear Adm. Stephen Barnett in the role informally known as “Navy Mayor” of San Diego. The change of command ceremony took place on Monday at… Continue reading Rear Adm. Brad Rosen Takes Command as San Diego’s New ‘Navy Mayor’

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Supreme Court May Soon Loosen Gun Laws As Nation Reels From Massacres

(CNN) — While the Supreme Court has been working behind closed doors on its first major Second Amendment opinion in more than a decade, three mass shootings have broken the country, including Tuesday’s massacre of 19 schoolchildren in Texas. Closed off from public view, the justices are penning opinions and dissents in a dispute that… Continue reading Supreme Court May Soon Loosen Gun Laws As Nation Reels From Massacres

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