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“Eighth Grade” The Movie Offers Valuable Insights for Parents

Eighth Grade, written and directed by Bo Burnham, released in theaters in August 2018, but it may have slipped past your movie-going radar. Now streaming on a variety of platforms, Burnam’s first feature film is must-see viewing for parents of children, who are in, or nearing, their tween-age years. Most of us wouldn’t choose to

The Community Gardens of Hancock County

Bringing community together to build healthier lifestyles The Community Gardens have been a part of Findlay for almost nine years. In 2010, the United Way of Hancock County, in collaboration with the Community Foundation, the MENTOR Initiative, The Hancock County Sustainability Coalition, The Ohio State University Extension, the local Master Gardeners and the City of

Kan Du Artists’ New Projects

The artists at Kan Du Studio are expanding their offerings. While the studio’s iconic stars continue to be popular, graphic t-shirts and cell phone PopSockets (available on Amazon),scarves, rugs and dog leashes are all in the works. “We’re always looking for ways to grow and to do something different,” said Mike Chiarelli, CEO of the

International Mother Language Day

Acknowledging the cultural value of native languages Students at the University of Findlay organized International Mother Language Day on February 21, 2019. The goal of the event was to encourage linguistic and cultural diversity, to recognize and celebrate multilingualism and to acknowledge the cultural and personal value of people’s native languages. Forty-three percent of the

Offering support for the special needs community

ADDAPTCO Offers support for the special needs community.

Local Teen Delays Her Entry Into The Realm Of Social Media

Local teen delays her entry into the realm of social media.