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Earth to Echo

Opens Wednesday, Jul 2, 2014 Synopsis: Three young friends come to the aid of a mysterious visitor from a distant planet in this sci-fi adventure. Shortly after a massive construction project shatters the silence of their serene suburban neighborhood, best friends Tuck, Munch, and Alan notice that their mobile phones are being flooded with a series of enigmatic, encoded messages. Try as the trio might to convince their parents and the local authorities that something is amiss, however, their concerns are dismissed as mere figments of their youthful imaginations. Meanwhile, as they race to find the source of the complex code, the three young friends encounter a desperate extraterrestrial being that requires their help in order to survive on this strange and hostile planet. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

...eye? That sort of thing. It was a time before the internet, when everyone assumes life was pure, but it just made our imaginations a little more creative. Who else played "hot lava" in their living room pretending the floors were lava and the couches...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2013-08-10
Community
Voices of Alaska: Alaska should embrace educational pluralism

...public financing of a diverse range of private schools. If we want to see a world class education system, we have to get our imaginations out of the rut of the current state-controlled system of public education and envision a different future.Let's urge...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-02-25/voices-of-alaska-alaska-should-em
Opinion
Saw Fest 2009 Artists carve out Alaskan humor

Nine chainsaw artists sharpened their blades and imaginations last week to compete in Saw Fest 2009, the third annual invitation chainsaw carving contest held at the Town of Living Trees in...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072809/dis_471891975.shtml
Seussational! Read Across America and Green Eggs & Ham at Redoubt Elementary...

...his centennial in 2004 when the NEA's Read Across America Day felt the occasion would be a great opportunity to spark the imaginations of children across the country and adults to read their favorite stories in classrooms. "I think it's important that...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2012-03-21/seussational-read-across-america
Dispatch
Bye, Bye Phil everly

...invented" rock and roll. While some of it was sexually suggestive, it avoided coarse language and left much to young imaginations. Not all of us, including me, understood at the time what Fats Domino meant when he sang "I found my thrill on Blueberry...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-01-11/bye-bye-phil-everly
Opinion
HB77 isn't in the public's interest

...the so-called 'compromise language' in HB77. Were all those everyday Alaskans extremists? Not by any stretch of the imagination. By attempting to label a vast multitude of everyday Alaskans as extremists, even before those Alaskans had a chance to...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-03-16/hb77-isnt-in-the-publics-
Letters
Central Peninsula Hospital Celebrates Volunteer Week

...for his books come from his imagination, "Imaginations are the most powerful nations...kids here at Redoubt have imaginations that are as good as mine and...story and stimulate their imaginations and it just started from there...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2013-05-01/central-peninsula-hospital-celeb
Dispatch
"America's Riddle King" & Children's book author Mike Thaler visits Redoubt

...for his books come from his imagination, "Imaginations are the most powerful nations...kids here at Redoubt have imaginations that are as good as mine and...story and stimulate their imaginations and it just started from there...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2013-04-29/americas-riddle-king-childrens-b
Dispatch
The book was better

...better adapted, but still no comparison to using one's own imagination.I graduated to "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," nearly scandalizing...to interpret without the image of Clark Gable coloring our imaginations.My folks never censored my reading, except once when I...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2013-06-28/the-book-was-better
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