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Bakersfield College has been awarded $5,000 for its project “Portraits in Their Own Words” through the California Humanities’ Humanities For All Quick Grant.
U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy congratulated the six local servicemen and women who just graduated from U.S. service academies.
Bakersfield Christian has opened registration for WASC accredited summer courses for credit, according to a BCHS news release.
North of the River Recreation and Park District is reopening its tennis and pickleball courts Thursday at noon, according to a news release from NOR.
Seven Cal State Bakersfield students have earned top honors from President Lynnette Zelezny and the fours schools on campus.
Retail shops and restaurants can reopen immediately in Kern County so long as they follow certain state guidelines.
The sentencing of 53-year-old Leslie Jenea Chance for first-degree murder has been put off until at least August as her attorney pushes forward with requesting a new trial.
The Kern High School District Board of Trustees has decided to hold graduation ceremonies in late June but with limited guests and much less pomp and circumstance than previous years.
The Kern County Superior Court announced that face coverings must be worn to enter the courthouses, according to a Wednesday news release from the court.
Kern County reported 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing total cases to 1,615.
In more than three decades of living downtown, Lamar Brandysky has seen several theatrical productions performed on the stage at Jastro Park, a few blocks from his 20th Street home.
Thermometers and some speedometers have had similarities of late.
The 80-year-old Depression-era Adobe House in Hart Park is not much to look at. Yet.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to approve a measure that could result in restaurants and retail locations opening their doors to the public by the weekend.
Salon owner Ramona Potts has already lost one customer who wouldn’t wait any longer and found someone else to do a hair-coloring treatment during the pandemic.
Despite the California Highway Patrol reporting a decrease in traffic accidents and deaths statewide since the stay-at-home orders issued in March, there's been a 33 percent increase in fatal crashes in CHP’s local jurisdiction, according to spokesman Roberto Rodriguez.
A surveillance camera inside the home of 8-year-old Ger'Mya Amirah Alexander captured the fatal beating she allegedly suffered at the hands of her mother's boyfriend.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors has given its stamp of approval to a $25 million coronavirus relief fund meant for small businesses that have encountered difficulties receiving federal loans.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a hiring freeze along with other cost-saving measures at Tuesday’s meeting in an effort to offset revenue losses due to the novel coronavirus.
The Bakersfield Police Department is asking for community assistance identifying a suspect involved in the theft of a trailer Saturday at a business in the 500 block of East California Avenue.
Graduating seniors from Shafter High with a 2.5 GPA may qualify to receive the $250 City of Shafter – Bakersfield College Scholarship.
The Bakersfield Police Department is asking for community assistance locating a suspect for attempted murder Sunday night.
The Bakersfield Police Department arrested David Campos, a suspect in the May 7 murder of Jessie Anthony Alvarez in the area of east 3rd Street and Whitlock Street.
Kern County reported 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing total cases to 1,581.
An impromptu car cruise down Chester Avenue Friday night drew hundreds of cars to downtown Bakersfield, where vehicles of all types — from muscle cars to lowriders to motorcycles — drove up and down the street, with some stopping to stand on the sidewalk and take in the show.
Kern County Fair Director Lucas Espericueta has proposed a “Plan B” for the annual event, which is now slated for over two weeks in late September and October, but may be canceled if novel coronavirus measures remain in place.
A late season storm that moved inland from the Pacific Ocean provided Bakersfield with a brief spring shower Monday morning, dampening the streets and leaving partly cloudy skies across the southern San Joaquin Valley.
New data show Bakersfield's home market and that of the Central Valley as a whole are holding up better through the coronavirus crisis than most of the rest of the state.
Kern County could soon begin allowing dining in restaurants and retail shopping after Gov. Gavin Newsom relaxed reopening criteria Monday.
The Bakersfield Police Department is requesting community assistance identifying a May 10 felony vandalism suspect at Jim Burke Ford located at 2001 Oak Street.
MLK commUNITY Initiative gave away more than 1,000 surgical masks Monday morning in southeast Bakersfield.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has confirmed a detainee died at the Mesa Verde ICE Processing Center in Bakersfield at 9:52 p.m. Sunday.
The Bakersfield Police Department is investigating a shooting early Monday morning at the Santa Rosa Apartments at 901 W. Columbus St., where five teens were shot.
The Bakersfield Police Department made 24 street racing-related traffic stops, gave 13 citations, and impounded five vehicles throughout Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
Rosa Orellana, 91, was fatally struck by a vehicle May 15 on Merle Haggard Drive, according to the Kern County Coroner's Office.
The Bakersfield Police Department is seeking community assistance identifying two suspects responsible for a May 9 residential burglary in the 2900 block of St. Mary’s Street.
The Bakersfield Police Department is asking for community assistance identifying a suspect wanted for auto theft in the 4800 block of White Lane.
Garces Memorial High School announced Monday it will hold summer classes online through the Zoom app beginning June 1.
Miguel Angel Ramirez, Jr. has been identified as the victim in a fatal stabbing May 10 in the 600 block of Water Street, according to the Kern County Coroner’s Office.
The Kern County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people early Monday morning following a suspected carjacking in the 100 block of E. Roberts Lane.
The Kern County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Wasco man Sunday evening following a report of shots fired in the 1200 block of 8th Place.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Southern California has filed a lawsuit against the city of Delano and three Delano Police Department officers over an April 2019 incident that resulted in the arrest of a high school student.
A 16-year-old Tehachapi resident died in a car accident Sunday evening, according to the Kern County Coroner's Office.
In the play “Julius Caesar,” William Shakespeare wrote, “Let me have men about me that are fat. Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look. Such men are dangerous.” Ceasar saw no risk in well-fed men. But fast-forward 500 years, and we now know that being overweight is a major health hazard. Se…
Kern County officials announced 22 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
As the novel coronavirus pandemic approaches two months, more and more long-planned events have been pushed back, with little certainty about when they can be held.
After COVID-19 concerns caused disruptions to operations at the Kern County Superior Court, a vast majority of the staff at the county's District Attorney’s Office has returned to work in anticipation of “more normal” operations soon according to Joseph Kinzel, spokesman for the DA’s office.
Fuzzy Owen had breakfast at Spencer’s Cafe, in East Hills, every morning. Every. Morning.
It was a Christmas present that didn't turn out so well.
TikTok swipes a new CEO, straight from Disney streaming
A TikTok user's recent discovery about his Jeep had many owners inspecting their vehicles for hidden creatures. USA TODAY
TikTok, the popular short-video app that has also drawn national-security and privacy concerns, has a new high-profile CEO from Disney, Kevin Mayer.
Mayer will also be chief operating officer of TikTok's Chinese parent company, ByteDance, and report to its founder and CEO, Yiming Zhang, the company announced Monday.
He led Disney's streaming business, which launched Disney Plus in November and has already emerged as a threat in the increasingly competitive streaming-video arena, with 54.5 million subscribers.
Mayer was also known for his role in building Disney through mergers, including the industry-changing 2019 acquisition of 21st Century Fox's TV and film business that created an entertainment behemoth.
TikTok's app features short videos, many with music and dancing, that has become a favorite of younger people and is known for its goofy, light-hearted feel.
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However, it has been the focus of U.S. national-security concerns because of its Chinese ownership. A U.S. national-security agency is reviewing ByteDance's purchase of TikTok's precursor, Musical.ly, while the U.S.
military branches have banned the app from government-issued phones. Government officials have in recent years cracked down on Chinese companies, including telecom giant Huawei. There is concern that Chinese companies may share data with the Chinese government.
TikTok and Huawei deny this.
Kevin Mayer, TikTok's CEO and ByteDance's COO. (Photo: Damian Dovarganes, AP)
The federal government has also fined TikTok for breaking children's privacy laws, and privacy watchdogs recently filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission saying the company was still violating the law.
” everyone else, I've been impressed watching the company build something incredibly rare in TikTok – a creative, positive online global community – and I'm excited to help lead the next phase of ByteDance's journey as the company continues to expand its breadth of products across every region of the world,” Mayer said in a statement.
He leaves Disney a few months after the entertainment giant named a longtime executive, Bob Chapek, to replace the well-regarded CEO Bob Iger. Mayer had been regarded as a possible Iger successor.
Disney said Monday that Rebecca Campbell, another Disney veteran, will succeed Mayer as the chairman of the streaming and international business, and also announced Josh D'Amaro, the president of Walt Disney World Resort, as the successor to Chapek's old job as head of parks, experiences and products.
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27 Fun Easter Crafts For Kids – Easy Easter Art Projects For Kids
Easter is all about eggs, bunnies, and, of course, lots and lots of chocolate, but the holiday is also a great excuse to bust out your arts and crafts supplies for a fun-filled DIY time.
And the best part of all is that the fun doesn't have to wait till Easter Sunday.
In the days leading up to Easter, your whole family can get the holiday hopping early with these colorful Easter crafts for kids.
From paper cutouts to egg decorating ideas, these Easter art projects are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners a. Many of these crafty creations can also do double duty as festive decor for your Easter party, brunch, or dinner. Your home is sure to be looking the Easter Bunny might show up at any minute in no time.
For even more family fun, check out our unique, kid-friendly Easter games and creative Easter crafts for adults!
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Painted Easter Sign
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Let your little ones go wild flinging paint onto plastic eggs for this fun look. You may just want to make sure you do it outside to avoid any messes.
Get the Speckled Eggs tutorial.
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Glittered Egg Box
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Easter Bunny Mason Jars
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Easter Tree with Egg Ornaments
Have the kids help forage for branches, add some faux flowers, and decorate egg ornaments together for a cute and easy Easter tree.
Get the tutorial at Peanut Blossom.
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Egg Doily Craft
Inspired by the children's book Rechenka's Eggs, this kids craft idea gets its intricate design from doilies layered on craft paper.
Get the tutorial at A Little Pinch of Perfect.
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Easter Bunny Handprint
Prepare for Peter Cottontail's arrival with painted handprints in the Easter bunny's image.
Get the tutorial at Crafty Morning.
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Chick Finger Puppets
This darling craft is a sweet toy your kids can play with too! After making these together, have your little ones put on a finger puppet show.
Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.
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It's hard to believe that you can use something as simple as coffee filters to make this beautiful Easter wreath.
Get the tutorial at Happy Hooligans.
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Chick and Lamb Plates
Don't settle for just one cutie! This little chick will look even better when he has a lamb friend.
Get the tutorial at Vicky Barone.
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Salt Dough Eggs
The egg ornaments on this Easter tree come together with basics from your pantry. Let the kids get creative during the decorating process with bold patterns and bright colors.
Get the tutorial at Design Mom.
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They won't be little forever! Preserve the memory of their tiny feet in this simple and precious craft.
Get the tutorial at One Krieger Chick.
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Bunny Party Hats
Celebrate the arrival of Easter with a huge party! All the kids can wear these easy-to-make bunny rabbit party hats.
Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
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Foam Cup Bunny
This fun foam craft is super easy for kids to assemble. Plus, they serve as sweet springtime decor when they're finished.
Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.
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Painted Egg Cartons
For adorable and affordable gift boxes, decorate your leftover egg cartons and then fill them with treats.
Get the tutorial at Design Mom.
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Paper Plate Bunny
Transform your paper plate into the ultimate Easter bunny craft. Don't forget to add a pink pom-pom nose!
Get the tutorial at Life is a Lullaby.
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Why wait until Christmas to make dessert houses? Kiddos will love these graham cracker houses featuring everyone's favorite Easter treats.
Get the tutorial at Yesterfood.
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Rice Egg Art
Colorful rice scattered on a paper egg equals easy, one-of-a-kind Easter art for kids.
Get the tutorial at Where Imagination Grows.
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Popsicle Stick Chicks
These yellow chicks are the perfect spring touch for your fridge.
Get the tutorial at Crafty Morning.
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The kids can make these eggs as messy as they want, and they'll still look good!
Get the tutorial at Hello, Wonderful.
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String Easter Eggs
Hang these pretty yarn eggs in your kids' rooms so they can have their very own handmade Easter decorations.
Get the tutorial at Craftwhack.
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Egg Carton Chicks
The best part about these tiny egg carton chicks? They're filled with candy!
Get the tutorial at One Little Project.
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Tin Foil Easter Egg
A simple project this one can easily become a wonderful Easter masterpiece.
Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.
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Best Cheap Nintendo Switch Games: Switch eShop Deals (US)
Regular sales have become a welcome fixture on the Nintendo Switch eShop and there are huge numbers of cheap and discounted games available at any given time. With so much choice it can be tough to know what is worth your hard-earned cash and precious time.
Never fear – Nintendo Life is here to help you sort the wheat from the chaff! Here we choose our Top 5 cheap Switch games in the Switch eShop sales so you can be sure you're getting a great deal on a great game.
What do we mean by 'best cheap Switch games'? We're thinking anything discounted to around $10 (or under). In addition to the top 5 best cheap Switch games, we'll also highlight a ridiculously cheap eShop game (we're talking Switch games under $1) which may be worth investigating for a few cents, if only for a half hour or so.
We'll update this page with new games and deals on a weekly basis, so keep an eye on it.
So, let's have a look at this week's five best deals on the Switch eShop!
The Best Cheap Games On The Nintendo Switch eShop
Here's our pick of the top 5 best deals for cheap games on the Switch eShop right now:
50% off – was $19.99, now $9.99 until 28th May 2020
What Remains of Edith Finch is a 'Walking Simulator' that doesn’t just tell an unforgettable story – it's genuinely unforgettable. As tragic as its tale is, it always manages to entertain.
As one section ends and as you fight back tears, you’ll always carry on, because the next story is as engrossing as the last.
If you want a strong feature-length story that doesn’t waste a minute, Edith Finch is the one you need.
80% off – was $49,99, now $9,99 until 26th May 2020
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was a massive game on other platforms and is even bigger on Switch. The visual downgrades were expected, but the removal of the gray filter present on other platforms arguably makes the Switch version look better overall.
The brilliantly rendered cutscenes, deep character customisation and fine-tuned fighting mechanics make for a title that is easy to pick up but hard to put down. This is another case of a game that makes one wonder just how much developers can do with Nintendo's diminutive console.
Fans of fighting games and Dragon Ball a should definitely consider picking this one up.
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50% off – was $12,99, now $6,49 until 28th May 2020
Donut County is perfect if you're looking for a short, relaxing, funny puzzle game.
It's an enjoyable experience that has just enough charm to justify its existence, and although some might find the relatively high price tag a tough pill to swallow for three hours max of content, it's a tasty little treat of a game that you can devour in a single sitting. 50% off will do nicely.
50% off – was $14,99, now $7,49 until 28th May 2020
The Switch’s eShop is saturated with bucket loads of high-quality content. This is great in one way, of course, but stumbling across hidden gems within it will get tougher as time goes on. Gorogoa is one such gem; a puzzle game quite un any other that deserves your attention.
It is a little on the short side, but the creativity that has been put into its design, and the effect it will have on you during your time exploring its gorgeous world, is something that you’ll want to experience. If you’re looking for something new to try, this would be an excellent choice.
50% off – was $14.99, now $7.49 until 28th May 2020
Several years on, there’s no denying the cultural and developmental impact Gone Home has had on the game industry.
Both as a near-perfect exercise in interactive storytelling and an example of how to handle complex and very real ideas in a game, only Life is Strange has ever come close to matching its significance.
While there still isn’t much ‘game’ to be found here, the story you unravel through exploring an empty home will stay with you long after you’ve put down your Switch. Essential.
And with the growing trend of games plummeting to mere cents, here's our sub-$1 pick for a super cheap game that's worth the memory space it takes up on your Switch…
90% off – was $9.99, now $0.99 until 1st Jun 2020
As a loving tribute to JRPGs and '80s pop culture, Saturday Morning RPG has rough edges a-plenty and even more bright ideas. It can frustrate and baffle, particularly if you're not au fait with the period, but it's always keen to invite you into its world.
Keep an eye on this page as we update it removing old deals and cycling in new bargains. If money's no object, be sure to check out our list of the Best Nintendo Switch games, period. Happy gaming!
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7 Easy Spring Crafts to Brighten Your Day
Southwest Airlines can’t stand the thought of you not traveling this spring — so the airline is extending its spring sale just for you.
Southwest Airlines can’t stand the thought of you not traveling this spring — so the airline is extending The airline, which has become rather well known for hosting sales every few weeks, has decided to extend its sale pricing for spring travel across the country and even has a few international tickets in there as well. However, all of its sales, this one comes with some fine print too. For this sale, 21-day advanced purchase is required.
When spring rolls around, who doesn't want to tackle a few DIY spring crafts ? Inspired by color and flowers, these simple crafts ( mason jar flower 44 Creative Spring Crafts That Will Instantly Brighten Your Home. Celebrate the arrival of warm weather by choosing a few of these fun spring
Fun project to brighten your day ! The Posh Paper Lady. Folk Art Notebooks ♡✧º Coco & Reno Spring Folk Art | TUTORIAL – Продолжительность: 15:09 Lyric [make easy clips for your crafty projects] !!oh boy!! these could be your next craft fair sellout!
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Ford wants the Bronco to compete against the Jeep Wrangler, a staple in the off-road world, and steal away some sales, too.
But to do that, there needs to be the same robust community felt by Wrangler owners and fans, and it looks Ford is doing precisely that.
The Dearborn automaker, setting its sights on the dusty trails of America's wilderness, has named its first nationally recognized and certified online Bronco community – TheBroncoNation.com.
Tennessee State Parks Offering Free Guided Walks on March 21 for Anyone Who Needs Fresh Air
The Annual Spring Hike is a great way to get outdoors. Though we may not be traveling far and wide these days, or going anywhere near confined spaces, doesn’t mean we can’t get out. In fact, Tenneesse State Parks may have the perfect solution for everyone: Free guided hikes.
On Saturday, March 21, Tenneesse State Parks will be offering visitors the chance to walk alongside some of its best guides at its annual Spring Hike.
“Our annual Spring Hike is a great opportunity to shed the winter blahs, make new friends and explore Tennessee State Parks' natural side,” the parks explained in a post.
Today, I have forgone Tiny House Tuesday and simply shared a walk in my yard with you. I will have a new Tiny House Tuesday video to post for next week.
GORGEOUS CRAFT IDEAS We are ready to share ideas on how to decorate your home on a budget! Let’s start from a collection of ideas on how to turn an old jar
The site offers a ton of features such as a robust forums platform, a place for the latest news, and a membership map that'll highlight Bronco communities, trails, events, and more.
You can check out the map now, and see several gatherings already there, but we're doubtful what they'll look with so many summer car events canceled due to the coronavirus.
Members can also create round-up events, with the site giving a ton of leeway on what registered members can schedule, such as trail clean-ups, local meetups, and more.
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There's an online store that sells Bronco Nation patches, stickers, T-shirts, and snapbacks. It's a small selection – for now.
The site will also host customer stories, how-to guides, video tutorials, and featured builds while giving members the opportunity to engage with Bronco and off-road experts.
It offers a lot and will have to compete with already well-established Bronco forums for an audience. Still, as the only recognized and certified online Bronco community, you can bet Ford will push new owners to it.
A well-designed site is excellent for enthusiasts, but it does little if the new Bronco isn't here. However, that should change soon. Ford was supposed to show it off at the 2020 New York Auto Show, but the coronavirus led to the event's cancellation.
Last year, Ford said we'd see it this spring, which is a promise the automaker can still fulfill. Ford hasn't been shy about making the Bronco a true off-roader, but it's only part of the equation for the off-road enthusiast.
There needs to be community, too, and it looks Ford hopes to help capitalize on that.
The New York Botanical Garden Offering Online Classes on Gardening, Floral Design, Watercoloring, and More .
Learn the art of nature, virtually, with one New York's most cherished institutions. Now is the perfect time to work on that green thumb.
The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is currently closed to in-person events and on-site activities for the forseeable future due to the coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy NYBG’s unique programming from home.
NYBG announced on April 7 it’s expanded list of online classes that anyone can take over Zoom.