Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Best things to do with kids this weekend: Earth Day, cowboy shootout and family bike rides April 20 through April 22, families in Arizona should visit the Earth Day event, the fake Cave Creek cowboy shootout and the Glendale bike ride event. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Register your digital access. April 2018 things to do for kids and families 4/4-8: 'The Cat Came Back' | Based on the folk song, the hilarious "The Cat Came Back" tells the story of Mr. Johnson and a mysterious cat who keeps returning to his doorstep. For more information, visit the … [Read more...] about Best things to do with kids this weekend: Earth Day, cowboy shootout and family bike rides
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To Gil Rose’s disappointment, there seem to be no operas in German on the subject of Joan of Arc. “I cast around, believe me,” said Rose, a self-described “repertoire wonk” and the artistic and general director of Odyssey Opera. “Then I would have had an opera about the same subject in Russian, German, English, French, and Italian.” Related Links Critic’s picks: BSO does Bernstein, BLO’s ‘Tosca,’ and other high notes The best of what to see and do in Boston this fall Critic’s picks: Pilobolus, Paul Taylor, and other big movers German opera or no German opera, Odyssey Opera’s 2017-18 season is indeed remarkable from a repertoire standpoint: Four of five operas feature Joan of Arc at the center; the fifth is a staged production of Donizetti’s “L’assedio di Calais,” which takes place earlier in the Hundred Years’ War. Meanwhile the season promises many other things … [Read more...] about Odyssey Opera warms up for Joan of Arc-themed season
U.S. International Women's Day 2018 women's rights #MeToo #timesup For more than a century, International Women's Day has marked women's fight for achieving equality around the world. This Thursday, however, is the first International Women's Day since the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements brought the issue of sexual violence against women to center stage, sparking a global discussion around sexual harassment and assault, as well as the structural inequalities that have allowed widespread abuses to take place around the world. Women's rights activists say that while this is a "pivotal moment" in history for women's rights, the momentum gained under the #MeToo movement will need to be followed through with action for it to bring about long-lasting change. Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now Activists rally in a demonstration for women's rights on January 21, 2018 in Berlin, Germany, marking a year since the 2017 Women's March … [Read more...] about Time’s up: Is This International Women’s Day the most pivotal ever in the wake of #MeToo?
Easter, and the Holy Week leading up to it, is celebrated differently around the world. Some mark the holiday with egg hunts and chocolates and visits from a giant, mythical bunny, while others choose to also celebrate the Resurrection of the Christ. For this list, Newsmax considered destinations far and wide — across the United States and around the globe — where the religious Easter holiday is celebrated with processions, parades, and pageantry that mark the foundation of the Christian faith. Since the holiday often coincides with spring break, Easter can also be the perfect time to plan a more extensive cultural family vacation abroad. From witnessing centuries-old religious processions across Europe to a sunrise Easter service at the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem, Newsmax has curated 25 destinations where you can experience the holy side of Easter. Special: 270 Ways to Slash Your 2016 Tax Bill The list isn’t focused on international destinations, either. There are … [Read more...] about Newsmax’s Top 25 Easter Destinations Around the World