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Playwrights Realm to Make Rehearsals More Parent/Child-Friendly

NEW YORK CITY: The Playwrights Realm, an Off-Broadway theatre, has launched its Radical Parent-Inclusion Project (RPI), which aims to make rehearsals and performances more friendly to working parents. This includes free child care during auditions and rehearsals, and family-friendly work scheduling. “RPI does not aim to ‘solve’ the problem of children,” …

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Confirmed: Millennial men live with their parents more than other generations

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="More millennial men are choosing to live with their parents compared to previous generations, according to an analysis by J.P. Morgan.” data-reactid=”15″>More millennial men are choosing to live with their parents compared to previous generations, according to an analysis by J.P. Morgan. <p …

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Palestine Qatari aid includes West Bank, Gaza Strip – Al

The Palestinian Authority (PA) has been suffering under a severe financial crisis since the US support stopped and Israel deducted money from clearing funds. This prompted the PA to do whatever it could to obtain Arab support calling on the Arab League to provide a safety net or obtain loans from …

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Deaths for the week of May 17, 2019

Obituaries are supported by a generous grant from Sinai Memorial Chapel. Malvin Barer, MSc, MD May 22, 1931–May 8, 2019 Malvin was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Morris and Molly Barer, immigrants from Eastern Europe. He attended Stuyvesant High School and Purdue University. In 1961, he obtained his medical degree …

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