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Sci-fi Journal - Oct'16

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Sci-Fi Journal for October 2016 with hosts James Hinsey, Marc Morisseau, Adam Tuchman, and Calvin Watts III, live at TempleCon at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, RI. Madame Ximon and Grant Garvin open TempleCon on Thursday night of the con. James interviews Mike Godwin of Emerald 3D who make personalized figurines. Marc introduces our regular segments starting with Calvin doing Game Over covering upcoming home video releases and video games news. Calvin presents the trailer for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare".

Sci-fi Journal - Aug'16

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Sci-Fi Journal for August 2016 live at ConnectiCon in Hartford, CT with hosts James Hinsey, Jay Kingston and Marc Morisseau, and live at Pintastic New England in Sturbridge, MA with Calvin Watts III. Jay does Popcorn Previews with trailers for "Morgan", "Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children", and "Max Steel". Marc does Toob News covering all of our favorite and new television shows. James does Anime Daisuki with news on upcoming anime shows and other anime related news.

Sci-fi Journal - Feb'16

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Sci-Fi Journal for February 2016 with hosts James Hinsey, Jay Kingston, Marc Morisseau and Calvin Watts III. Jay does Popcorn Previews with trailers for "The Jungle Book", "Independence Day: Resurgence", "The Huntsman: Winter's War", and "Midnight Special". Calvin does Game Over with news on home video releases and video games, with a trailer for "Tom Clancy's The Division". Calvin also covers some Pinball Arcade news.

Storytime from the Carver Memorial Library

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Today's theme is Thanksgiving. In the episode we will read the books "The Circle of Days", "How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World", "Over the River and Through the Woods", "Bear Says Thanks", and "All the World". Listen to the poems "Graces", "On Thanksgiving Day", and "Thank You Singing Game". Sing "If You're Thankful and You Know It", "Thanks a Lot", and "Autumn Leaves are Falling Down".

The 22nd Annual City of Davis Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

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Honoring Black Lives Matter:  The Movement Continues.  Recorded by Davis Media Access on Monday, January 18, 2016 at the Varsity Theatre.  

Welcome with Mandell Davis, Human Relations Commission.

Music with James Williams, Ron Goldberg.

Story Telling with Gloria Jones.

Poetry with Vanar Sena Pathshala.

Key Note Presentation  "From Selma to Ferguson: Criminal Justice is a Civil Right" with Natasha Minsker, Director of ACLU California Center for Advocacy & Policy.

Closing with Davis Freedom Singers, and Freedom March.


Storytime from the Carver Memorial Library

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Episode 10's theme is Frogs. In this episode Ronda will read "One Frog Sang' by Shirley Parenteau Illustrated by Cynthia Jabar. Sing along with the song Ack Gunk Went the Little Green Frog One Day. Read "Too Many Frogs!" by Ann and John Hassett. Read and sing "Five Green and Speckled Frogs" Illustrated by Constanza Basaluzzo. We will discuss three books "All About Frogs" by Jim Arnosky, "Critters of Maine by Wildlife Forever and "Nic Bishop Frogs" by Nic Bishop.

Storytime from the Carver Memorial Library

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Season 2 continues with the theme Hats. in this episode Ronda will read "Jennie's Hats" by Ezra Jack Keats and sing a silly song called "On My Head I Wear My Hat". "The Hat" by Jan Brett and "Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing" by Judi Barrett are the next two books. We will share a short finger play and action rhyme called "My Hat" and a book "Milo's Hat Trick" by Jon Agef. Read a rhyme about a hat from "The Random House Book of Mother Goose".

Storytime from the Carver Memorial Library

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Season 2 starts with the theme Colors. In this episode Ronda will read "Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes" by James Dean and Eric Litwin. Sing along with the finger play song "Two Little Bluebirds" and read "Harold and the Purple Crayon" by Crockett Johnson. The book called "ART" by Patrick McDonnell and a poem "Crayons" from the book "Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young" by Jack Prelutsky and Marc Brown are next.