Snippets on a Fourth Friday

A sign of times to come – Great Britain leaves the EU | will try to go it alone.The New York Times

Eight reasons why it happenedBBC news

“We have to look at the things that matter in people’s everyday lives, perhaps where there have been ambiguities, where there’s been arrogance and where people have felt it’s been an elite project… ” – Swedish Minister Ann Linde in this article, “What is the rest of Europe saying as Brexit storms to victory?”The Express, London

“Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called the Brexit “a great thing.” – from this article – How Brexit will hit America” at The Conversation

ultra-thin-solar.0 Solar cells, wrapped around a glass panel about 1 mm thick. – AIP

“Solar panels have gotten thinner than a human hair. Soon they’ll be everywhere.”

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Sheriff’s Sales Listing – July 27, 2016

“50 Million Americans live with disabilities – so why ignore their vote” 

Stars and stripes on gun

“Congressional Democrats Sit Down, Republicans Stand Up, On Gun Control” The Adobo Chronicles

So, we’re talking with a few F&M students last night at an event. When we asked them if they’d ever read or seen videos about the 1968 Democratic Convention, there were blank stares. Does history repeat?

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Your invitation …


“Please join us for our SCCA Invitational, Friday, June 24 from 5-9 p.m. at 224 Locust Street, Columbia, PA. Please see the attached poster and  original art, “Road Haus” by Richard Huck.
“The show is curated by Milt Friedly and Robert Troxell and features many local talents including Dan Burns, Jim Gallagher, Carol Galligan, Claire Giblin, Claire Lavin and Richard Huck. In addition we have included some of the area’s young emerging talent: Pottery by Rebecca Ast; Paintings by Kristy Huesken and Meghan Kreider; and sculptor Tom Yurkovic.
“We will have printmaking by Milt Friedly (Most of Milt’s work will be removed for a show at the North Museum.), Robert Troxell and Shawn Williams. Pottery by Milt Friedly, Jim Lard and Robert Troxell.
“Stamped fine art by Tennesee  artist Carl Gombert. And a special floor installation by James Fuhrman.
“Thanks and we hope to see you Friday.
“Susquehanna Center for the Creative Arts
224 Locust Street
Columbia, PA 17512
SOURCE: news release
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