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My Summer Car is set in the open world[2] fictional area of Peräjärvi, Finland, during the summer of 1995. The main character is an 18-year-old who has the family home to himself while his parents are on holiday in Tenerife. The player attempts to assemble, restore, and upgrade a car, the Satsuma AMP (modeled after the Datsun 100A). In order to do this, the player must use the car parts that are inside the garage, as well as occasionally order new parts from a catalog.

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The title of "My Summer of Love" gives away two games at once: That she will fall in love, and that autumn will come. Mona is a tousled blond, 16 years old, dressed in whatever came to hand when she got up in the morning, bored by her town, her brother and her life. Her boyfriend has just broken up with her in a particularly brutal way. Tamsin (Emily Blunt) is a rich girl, about the same age, sleek and brunette, on horseback the first time Mona sees her. She's spending the summer at her family's country house. "You're' invited," she tells Mona. "I'm always here."

That their summer leads to love is not quite the same thing as that it leads to a lesbian relationship. It's more like a teenage crush, composed in equal parts of hormones and boredom. But Tamsin and Mona promise to love one another forever, and as they swim in forest pools and ride around the countryside they form their own secret society.

The movie is sweet and languid when the girls are together, edgier when Mona is around Phil. The question of Tamsin's father is complicated by the presence of his "personal assistant." The big summer house is empty and lonely, lacking a mother and haunted by the ghost of the dead sister. Pawel Pawlikowski, the director and co-writer (with Michael Wynne), wisely allows then time to seem to flow, instead of pushing it. That's why, when Phil visits Tamsin's house looking for Mona, how Tamsin behaves and what happens is such a cruel surprise. She is, we realize, a convincing actress. When more revelations come in a closing scene, they are not exactly a surprise, not exactly a tragedy, not exactly very nice. We begin to sense the buried irony in the title.

Emily Blunt is well-cast as Tamsin, a rich girl, product of the best schools, who cultivates decadence as her way of standing apart from what's expected of her. Natalie Press as Mona, on the other hand, is straight from the shoulder: She's without illusions about life, has given up on her brother, looks forward to marriage and family as a dreary prospect. Without quite saying so, she knows she'll never find a husband in her Yorkshire valley who is up to her speed. Will she, after this summer, identify as a lesbian? Doubtful. The summer stands by itself.

I'm not sure if the movie has a point. I'm not sure it needs one. I learn from Variety that the screenplay is inspired by a novel by Helen Cross that also involves a miner's strike and some murders. All of that is missing here, and what's left is a lazy summer of sweaty uncertain romance; this isn't a coming-of-age movie so much as a movie about being of an age. At the end, when Tamsin tries to explain herself to Mona, we understand how completely different these two teenage girls are; how one deals in irony and deception, and with the other what you see is what you get, whether you want it or not.

In 2018, My Summer in the City reoriented its focus from recreational programming to providing jobs and opportunities to young people who are traditionally excluded from many summer youth programs, either because of language, immigration status, homelessness or LGBTQ status, or because many younger teens are too old for many camps, but too young for more employment-oriented programs.

Our approach is twofold. First, we want to create high-quality stipend pre-employment programming that offers young people stipends as well as a pipeline to full summer employment opportunities. Our special focus in this area is on middle-school-aged young people, who too often are left to care for themselves during summer months, with limited opportunities to participate in structured activities that offer enrichment as well as employment). Second, we want to provide employment experience and job training to those young people who have the least access to summer employment experiences.

My Summer Library works to accomplish its goals by increasing access to free age-appropriate books for young students (prekindergarten to second grade) so they can build a home library, practice their literacy skills and develop a love of reading in the comfort of their home. My Summer Library also helps in mitigating summer learning loss. By making books available to keep in the home, developing literacy skills can continue through the summer break.

A troupe of comedians tell personal stories about summer experiences and improvise scenes based on them. Featuring Mike Birbiglia, John Lutz, Kate Micucci, Shannon O'Neill, Connor Ratliff, Gary Richardson and Tami Sagher - Several of whom appear in Mike's new movie "Don't Think Twice," produced by Ira. (23 minutes)

My Summer Journey is a summer program for teens on the autism spectrum, ages 13-19. Our fun-filled days help keep kids in a routine that can make the transition back to school much easier. The focus of the program is to make new friends along with working on life and social skills.

Charlotte is a summer analyst in the Global Compliance division in London doing rotations with the Regulatory Affairs team and Investment Banking Division Compliance. She is about to graduate with a law degree from Oxford University and is originally from the Netherlands.

Jiaxin is an Investment Banking summer analyst in Beijing. Born and raised in Xiamen, China she is a rising senior at Boston University Questrom School of Business Honors Program studying Accounting and Finance.

Phoebe is a senior at Ashesi University College in Ghana studying Computer Science. She is a summer analyst with Client Services Technology, a subdivision of Operations Technology in our London office.

Stevie is a rising senior at the University of Pennsylvania studying politics, philosophy and economics. This summer she is working in the Market Solutions Group in our Investment Management Division in New York.

Financial Aid for the Summer 2023 term will become available mid-to-late March for UCI students. Please check the UCI Financial Aid website for further updates. For information on applying for summer financial aid and the types of aid available, visit

Any changes in enrollment, including dropping units or changing sessions may result in you being billed for funds received. If you withdraw from all Summer Session classes, you will be billed for the financial aid you received. You will still be responsible for paying the $187 (UC undergraduate) or $171 (UC graduate) non-refundable campus fee, and all other applicable non-refundable fees. Enrollment in additional classes or sessions will not increase your financial aid eligibility. Check with your financial aid counselor to find out how your enrollment change will affect your summer aid.

UC students studying at UCI during the summer must apply for and finalize Summer financial aid at their home campus. Students eligible for financial aid at their home UC campus may apply their aid to enrollment at UCI Summer Session. If you are receiving summer financial aid from your home UC campus and wish to defer course and fee payment until your aid check is disbursed, you must submit the enrollment form. Indicate your status clearly on your enrollment form and submit it by mail or in person with payment for the mandatory non-refundable campus fee and all other applicable non-refundable fees.

Be sure to follow-up with your home campus Financial Aid Office to finalize your summer aid and coordinate your disbursement prior to Summer Session. To maintain enrollment, you must submit the course fee payment by the deferment deadline communicated to you by UCI Summer Session. Should your financial aid award change, you are responsible for all fees not covered by financial aid. Financial aid students are subject to all Summer Session deadlines. For additional information about summer aid, please contact the Financial Aid office at your home campus.

At Boston University, summer represents a unique opportunity to explore what you truly love doing. The pre-college and youth summer programs at Boston University allow middle and high school students the opportunity to gain valuable academic experience, enhance their existing skill sets, and have fun over the summer. FitRec also offers recreational camps for elementary and middle school students. Boston University hosts many exciting and challenging programs, covering a wide range of interests and disciplines.

We are well into summer at this point and I am well into my summer reading. I have an eclectic stack on my reading list. Here are a few of the highlights. Some you have had the chance to read for a while, some are new, and at least a couple are not out yet, but you can always pre-order them so you get them as soon as they are out.

Will returns home from spending the summer in Philadelphia with a new look that doesn't sit well with Uncle Phil. It angers Phillip even more when Ashley starts to pick up Will's habits. Will disrupts a catered event hosted at the Banks' in aid of Uncle Phil's partners and clients, with his unusual dress-sense and use of a beeper. When Phil tells Will to get rid of the clothes, the messy hair and the beeper, Will defies him by not acknowledging him and runs away and tries to stay at Jazz's, who kicks him out. Will gets picked up by a police officer. In the end of the episode, Ashley, Carlton, and Hilary, attempt to take Will's side to press for further privileges from their parents. Although he admits that his nephew had a point of freedom expression, Uncle Phil decides that the best way of handling this is to say that they are all grounded, except for Will, until the clothes and hair he's wearing are taken off and he gets rid of the beeper. Ashley, Carlton and Hilary immediately turn on Will. 041b061a72


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