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Friday, Nov. 12. All children must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. Clinic appointments are to be scheduled online here. For additional information, call 970-947-9999. In addition, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment hosts a pediatric COVID vaccination clinic for ages 5-11 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 17 at the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge, 415 Sixth St., across from the pool. Each child in that age group who receives the vaccine at the clinic will receive a free one-day pass to the Hot Springs Pool, a news release from the Hot Springs Resort states.https://www.postindependent.com/news/garfield-county-covid-19-vaccine-clinics-set-for-children-ages-5-11-including-free-hot-springs-pass/
The Immersive Van Gogh exhibit in Cleveland, which opened in Columbus last month. Photo: Dale McDonald, courtesy of Lighthouse Immersive Beloved painter Vincent Van Gogh may have missed the Renaissance by a few centuries, but he's having his own renaissance of sorts this fall in Columbus. What's happening: The Columbus Museum of Art presents 17 works by Van Gogh and more than 100 other artworks in an exhibit debuting today, " Through Vincent's Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources ." Meanwhile, Immersive Van Gogh , a display of see post digital projections, opened last month in a former Polaris Fashion Place furniture store. It's one her response of 20 temporary locations in North America by company Lighthouse Immersive. Why it matters: Columbus hasn't exhibited a Van Gogh piece since 1971, museum chief curator David Stark tells Axios. Though unrelated, both exhibits encourage guests to think about the famous painter in new ways. The museum collection emphasizes Van Gogh's community of artists and inspirations rather than the solitude and grief for which he's known. The immersive experience, meanwhile, makes an artist from the 1800s approachable for a young audience with Instagram-worthy swirls of color recreated using modern technology. The intrigue: It's just an odd coincidence that both displays debuted here around the same time. What they're saying: "This is a heavy lift for two mid-sized art museums.https://www.axios.com/local/columbus/2021/11/12/columbus-ohio-vincent-van-gogh-exhibits-2021
A wave of hate crimes targeting Asian Americans during the pandemic has heightened a sense of urgency about public safety and law enforcement. Asian anger and frustration have, for the first time, left a visible dent in a city election. Older Asians Face ‘A Whole Wave’ of Hate Hidden in Official NYPD Stats In the City Council, Republicans have flipped one formerly Democratic Brooklyn seat in a district where Asian New Yorkers make up 18% of the population . The GOP is also favored to win a Queens district that is 36% Asian. In Asian-concentrated communities from Flushing to Bayside in Queens, to Sunset Park and Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, Sliwa led Adams from a few dozen to a few thousand votes — winning outright in 137 out of the city’s 317 majority-Asian election districts. Rising Republican party leaders have noticed the trend. They include Rep.https://www.thecity.nyc/politics/2021/11/11/22777346/chinese-new-yorkers-voted-for-sliwa-gop-republicans