Richland welcomes a new kind of assistant

Richland welcomes a new kind of assistant

“For seven years, he’s been my best friend,” said Billy Whitson, Richland’s new director of the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program. “He’s 180 pounds so, he’s a large guy to carry around.” 

Whitson didn’t bring a human being with him nor did he bring an animal. Instead, he invited students to say hello to Carlos, a life-size mannequin.  

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“Catch-22” TV series misses its target

“Catch-22” TV series misses its target

Critics often describe “Catch-22” by Joseph Heller as one of the “greatest novels of the 20th century,” the “most significant American books of all time” and even the “greatest antiwar novel ever written.” It’s deftly abrupt juxtapositions of tragedy and comedy, horror and hilarity, violence and tenderness graphically illustrate the truth about war in all its carnage

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‘Long Shot:’ Another “unlikely” rom-com scenario

‘Long Shot:’ Another “unlikely” rom-com scenario

In Hollywood, there is an assortment of so-called leading man types. On one side you have guys like Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Idris Elba and Jason Momoa and on the other side of the spectrum, you have guys like Seth Rogen, Danny McBride, Will Ferrell and Jack Black. These groups represent the two distinct looks of leading men: the chiseled, brooding type and the generously proportioned comedic type.

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