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Spotlight on volunteers The annual Volunteer of the Year Ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Banneker Room of the George Howard Building, 3430 Courthouse Drive in Ellicott City. This year's nominees include 13 individuals, three...
Bullying is in the news a lot lately, and for good reason. Being bullied can be a searing, scarring experience, and in some ways, it might be a bigger problem than it ever was. In adulthood, we often push aside the memories of being bullied, try to...
Our Town EditorMax Fedore didn't win any awards in the Great American NO Bull Challenge at the Teen Video Awards in San Francisco, but it was an experience he never will forget. The recent Richland High School graduate's video about cyberbullying was nominated for...
Tags: Ceremonies, Awards and Prizes, Arts and Culture, Movies, Culture
If you feel like you've already read quite a bit about the documentary "Bully," you have. But that still won't prepare you for the experience of seeing it. "Bully" has been in the news a lot lately because it received a restrictive R rating (for a...
FOX40 NewsIt is common for movie studios to overbook advanced screenings to fill seats. But some people lining up for a Sacramento screening of"Bully"Tuesday night, complained that the Weinstein Company took overbooking to an extreme level. The single screening...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment
There are a hundred reasons "Bully"is a good film instead of a great one, but Lee Hirsch's blood-boiling documentary will very likely end up doing more than its share of good in this world. However sentimental that may sound, this is a film quite...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- More than 6,000 L.A. Unified School District students are getting an important lesson in tolerance at a screening of the new documentary "Bully." The students are attending a special screening of the film Tuesday at the Nokia...
Although the set included the familiar bucolic trees, a blue sky sparsely spotted with clouds and a barn-red doghouse, the "Peanuts" gang was almost unrecognizable. The Corona del Mar High School's play "Dog Sees God" depictsCharles M. Schulz' beloved...
Tags: Schools, Suicide, Health, High Schools, Teaching and Learning
24 Frames"Chained," Jennifer Lynch's serial-killer movie starring Vincent D'Onofrio, has been given an NC-17 rating by the MPAA. The director asks why....
When I was in fourth grade, I slipped a note on my teacher's desk asking to speak with her about a girl who was bullying me. It wasn't physical bullying; it was the "mean girl" variety of cruel remarks, dirty looks and social exclusion. I was miserable....
Tags: Suicide, Education, Teachers, Teaching and Learning, Students
A new movie opening March 30 covers the issue of teen bullying. Studies say more than 5 million kids will be bullied this year, making it the most common form of violence young people face. The movie, called "Bully," shows the pain and dangers of the...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment
It’s a movie some say everyone should see. While others say unfit language makes it more suited for adults. A new documentary called “Bully” has been drumming up lots of controversy across the country. The Motion Picture Association...
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