Bartlett Public Library District to Host Special Board Meeting

As the Bartlett Public Library District navigates through this unprecedented time, with an abundance of caution to protect the community and limit the spread of COVID-19, The Bartlett Public Library District Board of Trustees is holding a virtual meeting via Zoom at 7:00 p.m. to perform essential business only.

River Forest Library Closed Until Further Notice

Call Illinois’ COVID-19 Hotline at 1.800.889.3931 or email [email protected] Get updates from the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). As the public health situation changes daily, we commit to keeping you informed of any changes to our programs or hours.

Oak Park Library: Celebrate National Poetry Month, Read Harry Potter & Complete The 2020 Census

April 1 is Census Day From 2020census.gov: “April 1 is a key reference date for the 2020 Census, but not a deadline. We use this day to determine who is counted and where in the 2020 Census. When you respond, you’ll tell the Census Bureau where you live as of April 1, 2020, and include […]

Great Deals On 240 Tourist Attractions In North Haven And CT

Coordinated by the Connecticut Office of Tourism, the one-day event is designed to showcase Connecticut’s diverse mix of history, art, culture, and excitement. Residents can look forward to free admission at over 85 attractions, free tours at over 25 properties, and special offers and giveaways at over 100 businesses.

Kayo sports streaming service: Greatest sporting moments make TV comeback

This week, we spotlight two stunning documentaries which profile two of the world’s most polarising and controversial sporting figures. O.J.: Made In America is 30 for 30’s audacious documentary series on the life of the former NFL star, actor, commentator, and convicted criminal. Winning an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, it goes far beyond […]

I Was Addicted To Adderall For A Decade. What Did It Give Me?

Any basic neuroscience textbook will explain how Adderall works in the brain — and why it’s so hard to break the habit. For years, the predominant explanation of addiction has revolved around the neurotransmitter dopamine. Amphetamines unleash dopamine along with norepinephrine; they rush through the brain’s synapses and increase levels of arousal, attention, vigilance, and […]

New Yorkers hunker down as city braces for critical phase

“No matter how angry and frustrated we are right now, we must focus on the most important thing, which is to get through the crisis,” Michael Mulgrew, president of the United Federation of Teachers, said in a letter to his members. “I am sadly sure that there will be many more tough challenges in the […]

Brockton Mayor Robert F. Sullivan Declares Local State Of Emergency

“Our goal is to continue to provide meals to every child who relies on our free breakfast and lunch program while the schools are closed for the next three weeks. We are adding locations with the hope that those who have transportation challenges will still have a location in walking distance to their home,” explained […]

Coronavirus Response: ‘We’re Moving Way Too Slowly,’ California Homeless Advocate Says

The Trump administration announced $3 billion Thursday for homelessness pandemic efforts. California Gov. Gavin Newsom pledged $150 million in homeless aid as one of his earliest acts during the crisis. He pushed back on the idea that people sleeping on hard streets would refuse help, saying “there’s a lot of mythology about resistance; I think […]

Not the ending the Southland Bowling Club wanted

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