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Native American Portrait- Art Class in Capitola, California
Santa Cruz, CA (rushPRNews) By: AH Marketing Group 2017-09-25

Mark your calendar Saturday, September 30, at Palace Art in Capitola (11 am to 6 pm) Portraiture is storytelling, and our subject for this special Paint Along workshop is “Portrait of a Native American,” by Frederic Remington, celebrated painter of the American

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Worldwide Online Research Project Invites Volunteers to Explore their own Minds
PALO ALTO, CA (rushPRNews) By: John Toomey 2017-03-06

A largely student-led online psychological  investigation called the Human Research Project invites  any  volunteer  experimenters, in less than an hour or two, to participate in online crowd-swarmed artificial intelligence, group mind mapping,  and crowd-sourced research.  These are skills which organizers

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SchoolFinder to be launched in a new avatar soon
India (rushPRNews) By: schoolz 2016-09-25

SchoolFinder is pleased to announce that it will be soon undergoing a re-branding exercise and change its name to Sqoolz. This will involve a change in logo, visual brand identity and a completely new website.“The first leg of our journey

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Nursing Schools Struggle to Keep Up With Demand for Nurses
Peoria, Illinois (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2016-06-15

Recent studies carried out by the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce suggest that although job openings for nurses are abundant as demands for healthcare professionals rise, many candidates who would like to fill openings are not getting a

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New illustrated children’s book raises awareness and dollars for Alzheimer’s.
COBOURG, ONTARIO (rushPRNews) By: Kathryn Harrison 2016-03-22

Stirred by her mother’s dementia, artist Kathryn Harrison created this picture book to help explain dementia diseases to children while also supporting the Alzheimer Society of Canada. The book Weeds in Nana’s Garden was created to improve the lives of families

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Spaces2Grows new Scholastic Platform makes school gardens possible winning immediate teacher interest
Guelph, ON, Canada (rushPRNews) By: Leigh Taylor 2016-03-04

- Spaces2Grow spent over two years developing their new Scholastic Platform so any teacher, regardless of gardening experience, could teach kids about growing food. Now, teachers across the U.S. and Canada have quickly begun adopting the Scholastic GrowPaD planning & design

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Derek Brown’s Academy of Driving Proudly Announces the Arrival of Their Newest Baby – the Kenworth T800
Calgary, AB (rushPRNews) By: Cathie Dunklee-Donnell 2016-01-25

Derek Brown’s Academy of Driving now boasts an impressive fleet of 6 transport trucks for trucking students to learn with – one of the largest such fleets in Southern Alberta.  With many Canadians looking to expand their skillsets to adapt to the changing economy, Derek Brown’s Academy of Driving

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Sales of HaveitWrittenEssays.net Skyrocket
Karachi, Pakistan (rushPRNews) By: Ammar Sharif 2015-10-16

The sales of HaveitWrittenEssays.net have skyrocketed in the recent months. This has happened amidst the uproar that the business model of the company is not legitimate. The business model of the company is such that students in their advanced degree programs such

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Marie Wilson, Lee Maracle, Desmond Cole & Barbara Hall discuss racism & reconciliation with young leaders at ChangeUp
TORONTO, ON (rushPRNews) By: Anna Withrow 2015-09-14

Delegates convene at ChangeUp 2015 to accelerate movement on some of the toughest social and cultural issues in Canada. While the issues of racism, reconciliation and respect for diversity are hot button topics on the streets and in the news, they

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Demand for Independence of Punjab Echoes in San Francisco
San Francisco (rushPRNews) By: Sikhs For Justice 2015-06-08

 Thousands of North American Sikhs converged in downtown San Francisco to commemorate the 31st year of Indian Army’s invasion of Golden Temple in which thousands of Sikh pilgrims were massacred. A highly visible stage at the San Francisco City Hall carried

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