Community Calendar | Community | – 71Bait

Editor’s note: Clubs, churches, schools, and other nonprofit groups are invited to submit announcements for The Fayette Tribune’s community calendar at To meet Fayette County Board of Education – The Fayette County Board of Education will meet as follows: Regular Meeting – Tuesday, June 28, 6 p.m., BOE Office. announcements Sellers welcome — The … Read more

community celebrates women at Paint the Town Pink | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

Photo provided by EJ Schodzinski, Director of Marketing and Development at Crittenton Services; Lorri Schodzinski, Mary Jo Guidi and Kathy Antonucci had a wonderful time at Paint the Town Pink on Saturday 18th June at the Heritage Port. WHEELING – Crittenton Services couldn’t have picked a better evening for their signature … Read more

Manchester Day this weekend – exclusive unveiling of this year’s spectacular parade highlights – 71Bait

Workers put the finishing touches on one of the wagons With this year’s Manchester Day (Sunday 19 June) just days away, the full program for the day – including some highlights of the spectacular parade which will meander through the city center in a riot of music, color and dance – can now be revealed. … Read more

Online pro gun extremism: “Cool for active shooter stuff” – 71Bait

The young man in jeans and sunglasses proudly displays his gun in the YouTube video, then instructs his 1 million subscribers on how to add an extra clip to his gun belt and offers a chilling observation. It’s a typical video, one of thousands teaching civilian gun owners military training and tactics, instructions on silencers … Read more

Artists, craftsmen help library program take root | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

Photo of: Photo by Eric Ayres Ohio County Public Library staff Ellen Scheid, young adult expert; Julia Bachmann, specialist in outreach services; and Lee Ann Cleary, pediatric department specialist; Post featuring nationally acclaimed Wheeling-based illustrator Logan Schmitt and a large print of his artwork, “Wild, Wonderful West Virginia,” which fits the … Read more

Art Tui Bussenschutt, 12, first solo exhibition of whimsical, hand-drawn illustrations sold out – 71Bait

As the work-from-home movement flourishes, co-working cafes displaying original artworks are springing up in both regional areas and cities. Twelve-year-old Art Tui Bussenschutt, who cites Basquiat and Picasso as influences, is one such artist to benefit from an exhibition at a café in Berry on the NSW south coast. His first solo exhibition of 19 … Read more

At the Montclair Art Museum, Jerry Pinkney’s work honors black heritage – 71Bait

The Montclair Art Museum puts the spotlight on never-before-exhibited works by award-winning illustrator Jerry Pinkney—and elevates the experience by allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the artist’s creative process. Tenacity & Resilience: The Art of Jerry Pinkney, which runs through June 26, features works that express powerful messages from the civil rights movement. Pinkney’s illustrations … Read more

The annual tennis camp will return to Starvaggi Park next week | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

WEIRTON — After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-related restrictions, the annual youth morning tennis camp returns, running Monday through June 10. The children in grades one to nine are offered basic lessons, games of skill and exercises. Children in grades 1 through 4 have classes from 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. for … Read more

UVic News – University of Victoria – 71Bait

Four Holocaust survivors and three graphic artists have worked tirelessly to create a series of three autobiographical graphic novels about one of the darkest times in human history. Today, a multi-year global effort culminates in a beautifully rendered, one-of-a-kind collection framing the enduring lessons of the Holocaust. But I Live: Three Stories by Child Survivors … Read more