“I gently lay my brain in cold rice,” at Oregon Contemporary > Oregon

The exhibition I gently place my brain in cold rice is the first installation by homeschool founders Manuel Arturo Abreu and Victoria Anne Reis during their year-long curatorial residency at Oregon Contemporary. The homeschool, which has existed since 2015, aims to provide creative nourishment for unhindered contemplation around contemporary art. This can take various forms, … Read more

Alaska to announce Senate election results, home races later Wednesday ” Alaska

The Alaska Division of Elections will announce the results of the hard-fought House and Senate elections later Wednesday in a live broadcast of the new state rankings. Results will be broadcast at 4:00 p.m. local time or 8:00 p.m. Eastern time via a link on the department’s website. Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who voted last … Read more

Women help women in Massachusetts through service projects and donations > Massachusetts

JustServe-Massachusetts-Women-1st Women of the Blackstone Valley Massachusetts Stake pack menstrual kits for Dignity Matters, a local nonprofit that helps women and girls in need, during the Franklin, Massachusetts stake women’s conference October 22, 2022. Photo courtesy Lori Bulloch , courtesy of Church News.All rights reserved. This story appears here with the kind permission of TheChurchNews.com. … Read more

Judge: Tribble is not suitable as an auditor controller

Jeff Pettitt is hosting a forum for Rob Tribble and Gina Will for the Auditor-Controller race earlier this year. Although Tribble won the election with 55% of the vote, a judge ruled that he was not eligible.Provided / John Hart A Nevada County judge ruled last week that Rob Tribble is not qualified to be … Read more

The “Wildlife Express” in November tries to catch up with the American pronghorns, the Porsches of the prairie

Pronghorn are unlike any other animal in the American West. Not to be confused with their African counterparts – the antelope – pronghorn inhabit a mix of landscapes in southern and eastern Idaho and in the mountains of central Idaho (and grace this month’s cover Wildlife Express.) The only member of the Antilocapridae family, these … Read more