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This entire set of warrior cats coloring sheets dedicated to the series is sure to capture the imagination of your child even as he colors them. However, it should be noted that these coloring pages have a certain degree of complexity attached to them and therefore are suitable for children above the age of 8 years.

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Adam Rosenberg is a Senior Games Reporter for Mashable, where he plays all the games. Every single one. From AAA blockbusters to indie darlings to mobile favorites and browser-based oddities, he consumes as much as he can, whenever he can.Adam brings more than a decade of experience working in the space to the Mashable Games team. He previously headed up all games coverage at Digital Trends, and prior to that was a long-time, full-time freelancer, writing for a diverse lineup of outlets that includes Rolling Stone, MTV, G4, Joystiq, IGN, Official Xbox Magazine, EGM, 1UP, UGO and others.Born and raised in the beautiful suburbs of New York, Adam has spent his life in and around the city. He's a New York University graduate with a double major in Journalism and Cinema Studios. He's also a certified audio engineer. Currently, Adam resides in Crown Heights with his dog and his partner's two cats. He's a lover of fine food, adorable animals, video games, all things geeky and shiny gadgets.

The brown-bag workshop, offered by EEO/AA and the Women's Center, will take placeon Thursday, March 14, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Conference Room D at the Bay TreeBookstore. Drinks and desserts will be served. All are welcome, but preregistrationis required. Contact Roberta Valdez at the Women's Center, (831) 459-2169 or to topPhoto: UCSC Photo ServicesAlice Walker talk available onlineThose who missed the appearance of author Alice Walker at UCSC's Dr. Martin LutherKing Jr. Memorial Convocation on January 23 can now listen to her speech by checkingout the online archives of public radiostation KUSP, 88.9 FM.The Pulitzer Prize-winning author spoke to an overflow crowd at the Santa Cruz CivicAuditorium on "What it Feels Like to Know Someone Died for You: Living withthe Voice of the Beloved."Back to top 041b061a72




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