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We’ll chat with the creative minds behind Three Busy Debras: Sandy Honig, Mitra Jouhari and Alyssa Stonoha. They’ll explain what it means to be a Debra, and where they initially got the idea of the Debras. Plus, what it was like to sell out Carnegie Hall.
All those parties hashed out an agreement back in 2004 to fix the plaza, but the details took another six years to nail down. Three different agencies the National Capital Planning Commission, Commission on Fine Arts, and the Architect of the Capitol had to approve the agreement first. Then, they had to figure out who would pay how much of the $7.8 million the proposed renovations would take..
Over the course of the boys’ trek, you learn more about their personalities and attitudes through gestures and an imagined fantasy language that sounds somewhat like The Sims. Even without spoken dialogue or text, you understand what is happening, what each boy wants, their fears and the relationship between the two brothers. And not using actual dialogue makes the game immediately accessible to speakers of all languages, a brilliant move by the developers..
Tim Walz said in a morning press conference.The mayors of the Twin Cities echoed the governor’s claim that a majority of protesters were from outside Minnesota but did not immediately provide details. Trevor Hughes and Jordan Culver, USA TODAYPhiladelphia: ‘No justice, no peace’Hundreds of protesters gathered at City Hall and knelt in silence before marching to the Museum of Art, where other protesters had gathered. The groups marched through the city, chanting “we demand better” and “no justice, no peace.”At least one police vehicle caught on fire.Visali, California: ‘This is America’Hundreds of protesters from toddlers to adults lined a highway, chanting “black lives matter” and holding signs that said “justice for George Floyd” and “we will be the change.” One protester brought a portable speaker and played Childish Gambino’s “This is America.” Cars honked as they drove past.There are hundreds here in Visalia for this Black Lives Matter protest.But even as businesses cleaned up the damage caused by vandals and looters Friday, police and city officials braced for the possibility of more trouble.