Pedestrian Fatally Struck On Highway 29 In NapaA pedestrian who 28-year-old Napa was identified as a pedestrian fatally struck early Friday on northbound Highway 29.Marin Man Reportedly Assaulted After Telling Jogger To Wear MaskThe Larkspur man was walking on the trail with his wife in the area of Phoenix Lake in Ross when they encountered the jogger.Sonoma County Expands Antibody Testing To School EmployeesThe county is offering antibody testing to those who work in a school setting or did during the 2019-2020 school year. Here's what to know.Fraudulent Rental Ads: Police Warn Against ScamIn this scam, the suspect creates a fraudulent rental advertisement or duplicates a legitimate ad on Craigslist or something similar.Student Murals Installed In Benicia As Public Art"I am so grateful for this opportunity to be able to bring a smile to someone's face through my art in these uncertain times."Caltrans To Begin Culvert Pipe Replacement Project In MarinThe project is expected to last two … [Read more...] about Pedestrian Fatality; Mask Assault; Student Art: Patch PM
There are, of course, some campaign developments that even political-science “fundamentalists” would agree can make a difference: events like candidate debates that draw enormous attention and have been shown in the past to shift public opinion, if only at the margins. Even there, the contrast between the highly calculative, meta-prepared Clinton campaign and the seat-of-the-pants, bludgeon-the-opponent approach Trump favors, is pretty dramatic. … [Read more...] about Clinton’s Campaign Is State-of-the-Art and Trump’s Is Chaotic. But Does That Actually Matter?
“In acting, there's a lot of, with permission, there's a lot of touching,” Sajewski said. “We do partner warm ups, to get the voice open and ready by, patting them on the back really hard and doing all of this physical activity with your partner where you're in very close corners. [Then], the pandemic hits. We are now home, my lovely scene partner and I, that we're working on the Greek [acting class] and are now doing it over Zoom, which is incredibly hard because you can only see their face.”partial reimbursement from the spring semester.wrote that “these technique classes require specific equipment and a certain amount of space in order to be able to execute the exercises efficiently. Dancers also require physical attention and corrections from our instructors which is almost impossible to do on Zoom.” … [Read more...] about Arts Students Lament COVID Shutting Down Practices, Performances
The number of nominees will be based on the number of submissions in the category under a rule change announced last month by the Television Academy. The change comes in response to the growing number of submissions and "to allow for more inclusiveness in the recognition of excellence," according to the Television Academy. … [Read more...] about Watch Live: 72nd Emmy Nominations Expected To Set Records
You have to wonder if Trump feels no need to pretend anymore. Much of his appeal to the godly is transactional. He’s won over some white conservative Evangelicals by promising to sacrifice a woman’s right to choose and gay folks’ right to marry to their sensibilities. He sealed the deal with some clergy by promising to let them campaign for political candidates right there in the pulpit without having to give up their tax-exempt status. And to be honest about it, more than a few conservative Christians share enough of Trump’s white-nationalist outlook that all they really care about is keeping America the white patriarchal society it used to be. … [Read more...] about Trump Decides the Bible Isn’t Quite As Good As Two of His Own Books