Why aren’t Emmerdale, Coronation Street and EastEnders tonight? Schedule change explained

Football is coming home tonight … which means soap fans won’t be able to catch up on The Rovers, The Woolpack, or The Queen Vic. A crucial match between England and Scotland in the Euro 2020 tournament means all three soap operas will not be shown on their regular schedules …

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Smoky Hill River Festival Announces Printing Event 2021

Salina’s Journal | Salina’s Journal Salina Arts and Humanities (SAH) announced Thursday that printing for the 2021 Smoky Hill River Festival has been completed by an artist from Kansas City with works presented nationally and internationally. Rena Detrixhe created a print titled “Smoky Hill Prairie Haunts,” in which she used …

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What else has Kris Marshall been into? Why did he leave?

Kris Marshall returns to our screens in Death in Paradise tonight (June 18) as the BBC airs a report from the tropical crime series on BBC One. Yes, it’s time to leave the wet British summer and head to the dreamy Caribbean island of St. Mary. If only on our …

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Death in Paradise star Ralf Little reveals part of the set you never see on the show

June 18, 2021 – 2:17 PM BST Emmy griffiths Ralf Little shared a clip from the set while revealing an awesome new skill! Death in paradise Star Ralf Small shared a behind-the-scenes clip of the pouring rain while filming the show in Guadeloupe, joking that viewers never see this side …

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Oakland families are suing California over its distance learning plan. Here is the last one

At the end of November, a coalition of parents, students and parent rights groups, including Oakland’s Reach, which is based in Oakland, and the Community Coalition of Los Angeles, filed a lawsuit against the state of California, alleging that education officials, including Superintendent Tony Thurmond and the California Department of …

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Reading by Frederick Douglass Ensemble – Saturday July 3

Read Frederick Douglass Together – A MAC Community Event Saturday July 3 at 10:00 a.m., the Marion Art Center will present Reading Frederick Douglass together, a public reading of Frederick Douglass’ 1852 speech “What the Slave is on July 4th?” In Marion Bicentennial Park located at 1 Spring Street in …

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Ann Arbor Independent Bookstores

Ann Arbor is home to an incredible number of independent bookstores. From comics to antiques, this city has it all. Literary bookstore Website: https://www.literatibookstore.com/ Instagram: @literatibookstore Since opening in 2013, Literati has grown into an extremely popular bookstore with students and members of the community. It offers a wide selection …

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Strictly Come Dancing 2021 celebrity rumors: Louise Minchin, Christine Quinn and more …

It might not be until June, but the buzz for Strictly Come Dancing 2021 is already starting. Following the news that Janette Manrara would quit her job as a professional dancer and resume Zoe Ballpresents a relay on It takes two, it looks like BBC bosses are busy setting things …

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The Gita lessons for overcoming hard times – The New Indian Express

ISKCON India Youth Council, in collaboration with Bada Business, will host a free webinar on “Workplace Prosperity and Peace of Mind Through Bhagavad Gita in Times of COVID Crisis” for ages 15-35 on June 20. CEO and Founder of Bada Business, Vivek Bindra, said, “The webinar aims to bring the …

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