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*** Puppy Bowl is on! Starting 6 p.m. ET on Animal Planet ***

Team Fluff has a rescue Chinchilla and Team Ruff has a rescue owl for mascots. Everything is so darn cute!

A song of remembrance for Bowling Green: (from FB)

https://www.facebook.com/gabeandnick/videos/1643780015916352/

If you are in Mike Doyle's district.... Found on FB:

Saw this on the local Women's March page.
Rep. Mike Doyle's office is collecting names of constituents who cannot get through to Pat Toomey. Call and add your name - 412-390-1499.


I don't know what the purpose of it is, however. I'm not in his district.

Senator Casey working the phone in his DC office: very cool!

Answering constituents' calls..... unlike Toomey who is in his hidey-hole somewhere. I tried every one of Toomey's statewide offices today....all lines are busy, busy, busy.
Probably took the phone off the hook.

https://twitter.com/SenBobCasey/status/827214476642484228

If you are on Twitter, please check this out: Town halls in every state:

https://twitter.com/townhallproject

This is a very useful place to check for town halls in your area. Show up!

March for Science scheduled for Earth Day, April 22!

https://twitter.com/ScienceMarchDC/status/826823981013561345

Today's Google Doodle honors sculptor Edmonia Lewis



Today's Google Doodle kicks off Black History Month: Edmonia Lewis

Today’s Google Doodle, by artist Sophie Diao, salutes Lewis and her great work “The Death of Cleopatra,” which rests today in Washington, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. (Her work “Forever Free” resides nearby, with the Howard University Gallery of Art.) And the ribboned “Google” wording shines bright, befitting Lewis’s nickname.

More at link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2017/02/01/edmonia-lewis-google-doodle-salutes-pioneering-sculptor-to-kick-off-black-history-month/?utm_term=.bbaf7683b8fd

Today's Google Doodle kicks off Black History Month: Edmonia Lewis



Today’s Google Doodle, by artist Sophie Diao, salutes Lewis and her great work “The Death of Cleopatra,” which rests today in Washington, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. (Her work “Forever Free” resides nearby, with the Howard University Gallery of Art.) And the ribboned “Google” wording shines bright, befitting Lewis’s nickname.


More at link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2017/02/01/edmonia-lewis-google-doodle-salutes-pioneering-sculptor-to-kick-off-black-history-month/?utm_term=.bbaf7683b8fd
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