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Young painters par excellence

thehindu.com

Young painters par excellence

thehindu.com2014-02-23 20:21:44Cache

Their nimble hands gave shape to some fascinating paintings, which reflected not just their creative skills but also some thought-provoking ideas on issues concerning society, environment and family.The Hindu Young World Painting Competition 2014, organised at Gitanjali Devashray School, Secunderabad, on Sunday had students creating art work loaded with a lot of care.

Bulldog matmen to Sabetha to seek bids for 3-2-1A entries

marysvilleonline.net2014-02-23 05:39:13Cache

Marysville ended its dual season by sweeping last Thursday’s double dual with Effingham and Sabetha.Since MHS’ loss to Abilene last month, the Bulldogs have won three straight duals. The opener against then-No. 4 ranked Effingham came down to the 220-pound match, where Bulldog Casey Hilton fought from his back to win a 15-10 decision over Bratten Forbes. Effingham was open at heavyweight, which was worth six points and a 39-36 win for then-No. 9 ranked Marysville.

Australia\'s \'Short + Sweet\' theater festival now in Manila

inquirer.net

Australia's 'Short + Sweet' theater festival now in Manila

inquirer.net2014-02-21 20:15:11Cache

“Short+Sweet”Manila festival producer Vaishali Ray,UP Diliman Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts chair Amihan Bonifacio-Ramolete,UP Diliman College of Arts and Letters dean Dr. Elena Rivera Mirano, “Short+Sweet” executive director Mark Cleary, Rachel Attley, “Short+Sweet” festival director Divya Rajan-Sriram. PHOTO BY ARNOLD ALMACEN The upcoming “Short + Sweet” Theater Festival presents 28 10-minute plays in Filipino and English.

Bulldog matmen to Sabetha to seek bids for 3-2-1A entries

marysvilleonline.net2014-02-21 19:21:47Cache

Marysville ended its dual season by sweeping last Thursday’s double dual with Effingham and Sabetha.Since MHS’ loss to Abilene last month, the Bulldogs have won three straight duals. The opener against then-No. 4 ranked Effingham came down to the 220-pound match, where Bulldog Casey Hilton fought from his back to win a 15-10 decision over Bratten Forbes. Effingham was open at heavyweight, which was worth six points and a 39-36 win for then-No. 9 ranked Marysville.