Is it fair to characterize Premier John Horgan as “anti-science”?

I’ll start this column by offering some positive comments about Premier John Horgan. First off, he seems more concerned about the cost of living for average folks than any BC first minister in a generation. His government has limited rent increases in the face of lots of howling from landlords. I know — the critics … Read more

National Geographic photographer to speak in Lancaster | entertainment

George Steinmetz, a regular contributing photographer to the National Geographic and the New York Times Magazine, is scheduled to deliver a keynote address during Hourglass’s “Food for Thought: The Future of Food & Agriculture” event on April 27. Steinmetz, best known for his aerial photography, has explored and photographed regions across the globe, from the … Read more

Deep Inside Museum Of Science’s Change Climate Change Takeover

BY DIGBOSTON X MUSEUM OF SCIENCE PHOTOS BY DEREK KOUYOUMJIAN A spoonful of sugar (and science) to help the medicine go down and the earth go ’round One major difference between a newspaper and a major museum is that the former doesn’t typically consider the fun factor. While not everything in the pages of DigBoston … Read more

Entertainment schedule announced for this weekend’s 38th annual Main Street Festival

The Main Street Festival in downtown Franklin is an annual spring event featuring vendors, live music and other attractions. (Courtesy Daniel C. White) The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County revealed detailed entertainment lineups for its 38th annual Main Street Festival in downtown Franklin on April 23-24, in an announcement on April 18. The free arts … Read more

4 upcoming entertainment and live music events in Lake Travis-Westlake

Andrea Marie will perform at Iron Wolf Ranch and Distillery on April 2. (Courtesy Iron Wolf Ranch and Distillery) From musicals to concerts, there are several events in Lake Travis-Westlake to celebrate the arts this spring. March 26: Enjoy a symphony Lake Travis High School musicians will join the Austin Symphony Orchestra in March at … Read more

Business professionals targeted in Forrest County scam

Parchman & The MS Prison Ministry: A Lifeline Through… 1 hour ago 200JXN Cocktail Release Party 12 hours ago Diamondhead councilman resigns after arrest 12 hours ago Adams County jailer arrested in contraband bust 12 hours ago Natchez fisherman injured after concrete wall collapses 12 hours ago Former Wayne County coach drowns while fishing 12 … Read more

Nick’s Picks | The Madness of March in Sports, Politics and Entertainment

Share this story Published 30 minutes ago Above image credit: “Kansas City Week in Review” host Nick Haines. (John McGrath | Flatland) An orange ball bouncing on hardwood floors will be the main distraction for large numbers of Kansas Citians this week, as March Madness continues. KU heads to the Sweet 16 on Friday as … Read more

MMB Team wins Poland’s Grand Challenge to develop wind energy technology – Regional Policy

16/03/2022 In Focus Aneta Ruzik, program manager for Poland’s Grand Challenge – Energy, talks to Panorama about organizing the competition, which was won by the Gdańsk MMB Team, led by Professor Zbigniew Krzemiński, for the best prototype of a domestic wind power plant. Grand Challenge – Energy was an open contest for innovators, inventors, researchers, … Read more