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GRAPHIC VIDEO: Liberty High School, in Osceola Florida, sees officer violently bodyslam female student on video
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GRAPHIC VIDEO: Liberty High School, in Osceola Florida, sees officer violently bodyslam female student on video

School resource officers in recent years in the United States have become increasingly aggressive as have real life police outside of schools. In the case of an unidentified female student at Liberty High School in Osceola Florida, the latest instance of such has been captured on video. https://twitter.com/LouluNevy/status/1354151284304203777 The local sheriff 's office maintains that it is in the beginning stages of an investigation but it is unclear what caused this to happen. As many have pointed out in the thread you see above, there is quite literally nothing that would justify such excessive force against a student at high school.
Teen in Duluth GA arrested for scamming $1M from local Kroger
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Teen in Duluth GA arrested for scamming $1M from local Kroger

But many have been left wondering what exactly does Kroger sell that would ever even come to equal $1m. According to police in Duluth Georgia, Tre Brown used his gig at a local Kroger to apparently create fake returns and then put them on numerous credit cards as a result (it is unclear where he got that many credit cards.) He was initially arrested on 14 January after store workers noticed the false transactions. Tre Brown GA: Teen scams Kroger out of almost $1 million Brown per police documents is accused of faking returns to the tune of $75 to over $87,000 each. A substantial amount of money has since been returned to the store -- but again -- many are still wondering what they sell that equals such a sum.
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Hunter Theater Company to Produce Clare Barron’s Dance Nation

This weekend Hunter College Theatre Company presents Clare Barron's Dance Nation. Directed by Muse Scholar, Cooperman Fellow, and president of Hunter College Theater Company, Annika Prager leads a cast of nine actors in a play that is about ambition, growing up, and how to find our souls in the heat of it all. Clare Barron’s fierce and ambitious award-winning play follows a troupe of 13-year-old girls as they learn to unleash their power. This is a 99% student ran production. With one exception of the necessary technical director due to college safety guidelines. Otherwise, the talent of the cast and crew shines in what is possible when passionate students come together to create a piece of art. This is theatrical art at its finest. Show Times: October 17-19 at 7 PM; Doors...
World Premier of Sing! Goddess
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World Premier of Sing! Goddess

Greek mythology is something I have been fascinated with since elementary school. I remember there was one book, the only one of its kind, in the school library that I still have yet to return. Yikes! Those late fees are most likely outstandingly gross. Ines Braun & Erin Capistrano have created a work that is all-encompassing of what a night out to the theater should feel like, bringing together of communities through storytelling. Braun and Capistrano's new work takes audiences on a journey of how would the forces or powers to operate if there were no male head figure involved. The duo craft of adding complex layers of richness by embodying the goddesses with the actors' humanity makes for both entertaining and educational theater. Having worked with Ines and Erin before, I know very ...
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The Classical Theater of Harlem The Bacchae Review

In New York City, there are several parks renowned for its cultural activities.  Harlem's Marcus Garvey Park Richard Rogers Amphitheater comes to life, this season with its annual outdoor Shakespeare in the Park. This summer presentation by The Classical Theater of Harlem invites New Yorkers to ponder over Freedom, Ecstasy, Anarchy vs Law, Order, and Control…who wins? Rather, who survives in The Bacchae. First produced in 405 BC, Euripides' Bacchae tells the ancient story of the arrival of Dionysus, the god of wine and intoxication, in Greece. When Dionysus comes to the city of Thebes, he liberates the people from their homes, sending the citizens - dancing and drinking - into the hills. A young king, named Pentheus, tries to subdue the revelry and restore order to his city, waging ...
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