Posted: Friday, August 26, 2016 4:09 pm
Updated: 4:30 pm, Fri Aug 26, 2016.
Posted: Friday, August 26, 2016 4:09 pm
Over the past three years, new and newly revamped civil rights museums have appeared across the Deep South, proving to be popular tourist attractions and economic engines.
But this is not happening without difficulty. Historically, due to the horrific and humiliating nature of slavery and the post-Civil War Jim Crow era, the South has been very slow to publicly recognize these atrocities, much less build expensive museums on the subject to attract visitors from local or far away.
Many southerners have feared that shining a light on the region’s pre-civil rights past will bring a new wave of blame their way, but
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Divvy riders can get a $2 discount off a 24-hour pass beginning Friday.
The city, which owns the blue bike-share program operated by Motivate, is offering the discount as a summer promotion to encourage more riders, said Mike Claffey, spokesman for the city’s Department of Transportation.
The 24-hour pass typically costs $9.95, but the price drops to $7.95 with the $2 discount, which will be available until the end of September.
Riders can go to www.divvybikes.com/save2 and enter their email address to get the discount code. Riders get one discount code per email address and that code only can be applied
NORWALK, CT — If your name is Jonah, and you’re an adult, you’ll be treated to free admission Labor Day Weekend at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, as part of a promotion for its “Giant Walk-In Whale” exhibit, the local attraction announced.
“During the holiday weekend, The Maritime Aquarium will welcome any adult with the first name of Jonah into its life-size inflatable whale – and the entire Aquarium – for free,” aquarium officials wrote in a statement. “That’s a $22.95 value (or $20.95 for seniors 65+).”
Just as the Biblical Jonah spent three days inside a whale, the offer
Teachers in the U.S. have long reached into their own pockets to help cover the cost of school supplies. But that financial burden is getting heavier amid funding cuts around the country for public education.
Eva Siefert, who teaches art to roughly 300 students at one preschool and two elementary schools in Naugatuck, Connecticut, said her budget for supplies amounts to $1.60 per student — for the whole year. That’s down from roughly $15 per child during her student-teaching days more than a dozen years ago.
“I don’t know anybody who doesn’t dip into their own pocket,” she said. “Most teachers love
Posted: Sunday, August 14, 2016 10:39 am
Updated: 11:01 am, Sun Aug 14, 2016.
EHTHS football car wash fundraiser
Egg Harbor Township High School Football Team is holding a car wash fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 13 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at English Creek Car Care Center, located at corner of Ocean Heights and English Creek avenues. Tickets are $7 each and proceeds support the team’s booster club.
Rhythm in the Park Concert Series
The Egg Harbor Township Parks and Recreation hosts its annual Rhythm in the Park Concert Series this summer at Tony Canale Park Amphitheater. These free concerts are 7-9 p.m. Fridays July 8-Aug. 26. There will be a Saturday concert Aug. 20. Bring chairs
I’ve encountered this cowfish thanks to an enthusiastic guide called Allan, who takes us on a behind-the-scenes tour of the National Aquarium in Baltimore. After our visit to the sick bay, he leads us beneath a complex system of pipes and tubing, the filtration system, into a brightly lit surgery center that functions mostly as an autopsy room. “We never just wonder what happened to an animal here,” he explains. “We dissect it to see what we can learn about the death.”
KURE BEACH – Have you or anyone you know caught “Pokemon Go” fever? Are you still looking for that elusive Pikachu? Or maybe just trying to build up your Pokedex? The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher wants to help trainers in their attempt to “catch ’em all.”