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0 Pets These pets are waiting for their forever home in Sewickley area shelters. Pet News , Patch Staff Posted Reply Want to add a furry ball of four-legged love and affection to your family and make a positive impact on the world at the same time? Consider adopting a dog, cat or other kind of pet from a local shelter. Many pound animals are still looking for their forever home and animal shelters are still working to fulfill adoptions. Millions of companion animals are surrendered or taken in each year by adoption agencies nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. However, only around half of all shelter animals are adopted each year, according to ASPCA data. If you're on a search for an adorable new family member, consider starting at a local shelter like Animal Friends, where Noel the dog is waiting patiently. If you aren't sure if you have time to take care of a pet year … [Read more...] about Sewickley Area Pets Who Need A Home: Hoku, Fred, Peace & More
On a recent morning the soprano Sondra Radvanovsky, glamorous in jeans, black jacket and long, glittery earrings, finessed phrasing and diminuendos in excerpts from Verdi’s “Trovatore” at the Upper West Side apartment of Anthony Manoli, her vocal coach. “Get out of Illinois,” he said teasingly about the Italian diction of Ms. Radvanovsky, a 42-year-old Chicago native and acclaimed Verdi soprano who has sung Leonora in more than 150 performances of “Il Trovatore” in major international houses. Mr. Manoli was helping her fine-tune the role (a lady-in-waiting who loves a troubadour) for her coming appearances at the Metropolitan Opera in David McVicar’s production, which returns to the house on Wednesday. “I try and find deeper meanings to Leonora,” Ms. Radvanovsky said. “She’s not the deepest of all characters but she does still take a journey, and I try and find aspects of that journey that are interesting.” This soprano’s alluringly dark-hued voice — with its distinctive … [Read more...] about At the Met, a Soprano Ascendant
close Video Big Tech companies have some explaining to do on censorship: Rep. Darrell Issa Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., discusses how the GOP will hold Dr. Anthony Fauci accountable and what the 'Twitter files' revealed about censorship on 'The Next Revolution.' Most of what you type, say, search and buy is being tracked in one way or another. Big Tech gives us great free products to use, and the price is our privacy. Even your TV habits are packaged up and sold to advertisers. Here’s how to stop your TV from spying on you. Some snooping is even more invasive. Worried someone is spying on your phone? Check this list of red flags . You can fight back You can buy a mic blocker for around $10. It slides into your headphone port to stop recording. For an even cheaper DIY option, buy the most inexpensive pair of headphones you can find and snip them off. Here’s how to limit what you’re handing over to Big Tech. … [Read more...] about Big Tech is listening and tracking your voice recordings. How to make it stop!
Elon Musk’s Twitter has suspended rapper Kanye West after he used the platform Thursday to share an image of a swastika merged with the Star of David. As Breitbart News reported , the tweet was a continuation of his newfound “love” for both Nazis and Jewish people, even as history records the Nazis murdered six million Jewish people. LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 27: Kanye West is seen on November 27, 2022 in Los Angeles, California (Photo by MEGA/GC Images) (Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIME) The rapper posted the offensive image after his interview with Alex Jones where he revealed he loves Hitler, Nazis, and Jewish people while denying the first two combined to murder six million of the latter, all while visiting misery on millions more across Europe during World War II. Twitter CEO Elon Musk confirmed the suspension by replying to West’s post of an unflattering photo of Musk. West called it his “final tweet.” Just clarifying that his account is being … [Read more...] about Kanye West Suspended by Elon Musk’s Twitter for ‘Incitement of Violence’
The Yale campus. Photo: Robert Judges/Shutterstock Since 1983, U.S. News & World Report ’s annual ranking of colleges and universities has been a driving force in American higher education . But recently, the ground behind the rankings has begun to shift. In November, Yale and Harvard jolted the academic world when they announced that they would yank their law schools from the list altogether — a decision that has had a domino effect on other prestigious law and medical programs. Yale’s decision came on the heels of persistent criticism about how U.S. News & World Report calculates its rankings, and whether its results present a distorted picture of what schools really offer their students. (The magazine has adjusted its formula for law schools to address some of these concerns.) Among the most prominent critics over the years has been Colin Diver. A former University of Pennsylvania law-school dean and president of Reed College — which stopped participating … [Read more...] about Why the College Rankings Are Getting Less and Less Relevant