Monthly Archives: April 2011

1788 Architect Carl Gotthard Langhans

1788 Architect Carl Gotthard Langhans is appointed as Director of the re established Court Planning and Building Department in Berlin. After designing late baroque buildings in his home province of Silesia, Langhans became one of the earliest representatives of the …
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The NHL never has been too keen on sending

The NHL never has been too keen on sending its players to the Olympics. It’s good for growing the game and putting the sport in front of a larger television audience, but it forces the NHL to shut down for …
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Is the best opportunity we can hope for to make

Is the best opportunity we can hope for to make those biomass plants viable, said Souers, a past president of the Professional Logging Contractors of Maine. Kind of effort is what they need and no one has been willing to …
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There are very short periods during

There are very short periods during any stage when a youngster is mainly just getting bigger; but infancy, childhood and adolescence are never focused on a mere increase in size. Instead, growing up alters the shape, composition, and abilities of …
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intel’s brian krzanich holds the intel

fake oakley sunglasses When it was time for Uncle Charlie to move on, he took the same train he rode in on. There is no longer a passenger train to Santa Rosa, but the old stone station house is still …
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Latest News

Docs For Tots’ New Location

We would like to thank the Hagedorn Foundation for helping us find a new place to work on Long Island at the Elias Hicks . . .
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Changes to Our Team!

It is with a great sense of pride, excitement, and humility that we share with you the news that our Co-Director, Dr. Dina Lieser, . . .
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Dr. Isakson Presents: Building Bridges for Early Childhood Success

Dr. Isakson presented “Building Bridges for Early Childhood Success” at Winthrop Hospital Pediatric Grand Rounds on March 7th. Dr. Isakson discussed how our contribution . . .
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Investing in quality early learning programs is the most efficient way to affect school and life success and to reduce social expenditures later.

James Heckman, economist, Nobel laureate