Thanks Sesame Street Live: Make a New Friend and the Ted Constant Convocation Center at ODU for not disappointing about a thousand toddlers and their parents this morning. The rain was pouring, the streets were flooding, but the show must go on.
This time around, I want to discuss consumer rights vs. the rights of those who seek profit without limits, healthy competition or public scrutiny, and why the rights of profiteers always seem to dominate.
Say it with me: I will have fun this weekend, I will have fun this weekend, I will have fun this weekend.
Editor's note: with this weather, please check with the event organizer's social media before heading out. Consider this a working draft.
For months now, Planned Parenthood seemed inescapable--not only in the news but all over Facebook in the form of memes with pictures of aborted fetuses and tiny premature babies, usually following a Biblical quote--the perils of having conservative friends on Facebook.
As Hurricane Joaquin gleefully threatens to screw up the Middle Atlantic this weekend — much like how Joaquin Phoenix screwed up all of Rome in Gladiator or how Scarlett Johansson’s voice screwed up Joaquin Phoenix’s delicate hipster heart in Her — you should totally make plans to mentally and physically escape this weekend’s rain, flooding, and general wetness by seeing The Little Mermaid at Sandler Center, which will be set underwater. The musical will also be set underwater.
A longtime volunteer with the Portsmouth Partnership on a market that helps grow much more than fruits and veg---it grows a small business community.
The following parking garages will be made available for residents to relocate their vehicles.
Like so many of you, I love Norfolk. I love our history, our diversity, our unique neighborhoods and our urban core. I love being able to walk or ride my bike to schools, shops, restaurants, cultural events, and places of worship. Norfolk is an amazing place to live, work and raise a family. That’s why my family chose to move to Norfolk more than a decade ago, and I can’t imagine living anywhere else.
On behalf of all children (and former children) in the Commonwealth of Virginia, I beseech you, dear teachers, school administrators, and home school instructors, bring the kids to Virginia Zoo for an educational field trip.
If you've never taught in front of a live elephant before, the time has come today!
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