Eva (Tilda Swinton) is working late at the travel agency when a coworker rushes into her office panicked. It seems that her son Kevin’s high school is on the news. Someone is on a rampage, killing students and faculty and the police have the school surrounded.
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By Paul Ronningen
The traditional greeting by the Masai of Africa reminds us of the strong value this tribe of warriors places on the well-being of their children. This greeting is a reminder to us in North Dakota to assess each and every day how well our children are doing.
Celebrate Youth Art Month at Bismarck Dowtown Artists Cooperative.
An energetic and organized person somewhere has probably spelled out the nearly infinite ways children can spend the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day: sledding, ice skating, playing with favorite toys, taunting brothers and sisters.
Somewhere, toward the end of the list, would be this:
“Trying to find healing and hope in a restrictive residential treatment program for children who, with rare exception, have experienced severe abuse and neglect.” Continue reading