Monthly Archives: October 2012

Bullies Exploit E-World’s Anonymity

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Cyberbullying

By Joyce Hale Today’s electronic devices are becoming the tools of choice with modern day bullies. For those who were not brave enough to publicly torment a student at their locker or a co-worker at the water-cooler, cyberbullying has appeal. Electronic communications are increasingly available to younger, technically capable students and readily available at an…

House of Blurbs

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House of Blurbs Index

20 Years: A Kathy Thompson Project Local artist Kathy Thompson has become known for her mixed-media boxes that arrange treasured artifacts into dynamic and resonant compositions. Walton Arts Center commissioned Ms. Thompson to create an original project inspired by archival study, memorabilia and responses from patrons, staff and the arts community. This exhibition honors the…

Making Ripples

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Making Ripples

How to Create a Backyard B&B for Wildlife By Amanda Bancroft I wish I had wings! No expensive tickets, no long lines at an airport, just puffy mashed-potato-shaped clouds and a fantastic view. When an overhead flock of geese begin to honk, I stop in my tracks, gaze skyward, and imagine what it would be…

Jupiter in Gemini Retrograde

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Esoteric Astrology as news for week October 4 – 10, 201212 Thursday, St. Francis of Assisi feast day, Jupiter (the planet at the heart of the Aquarian Age) turns stationary retrograde (16.23 degrees Gemini). Jupiter signifies good fortune, faith, abundance, expansion, luck, optimism, speculation and seeing life philosophically. When Jupiter retrogrades these usually externalized energies…