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The club is looking for volunteer families to host Aline, each family for a three- to four-month period for the year she will be here. Host families come in all shapes and sizes (including single parents) that might include young children, older children or no children at all. Like other Rotary-sponsored youth exchange students, Aline will be provided a monthly allowance by Rotary. Each year, Rotary districts worldwide arrange more than 9,000 international youth exchanges for secondary school students. A primary goal of the program is to foster world understanding and peace through intercultural exchange.
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“Little Big Holiday Special” (10 p.m., NBC): The Steve Harvey-hosted series returns to celebrate the holiday season with fan-favorite acts that include music powerhouses like Angelica Hale and Miles Caton, the adorable best friends Buddy and Reagan and surprises that are aimed at inspiring holiday cheer for all. NBA basketball, Raptors at Warriors (7:30 p.m., ESPN). “Survivor” (8 p.m., CBS). “Riverdale” (8 p.m., The CW). “American Housewife” (8:30 p.m., ABC).
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Indeed, some organizations that have experimented with tweet seats — Broadway San Jose and Berkeley’s Impact Theatre, for example — have since abandoned them. And while most arts organizations now keep the tweeters in the back row so they don’t bother other patrons, some worry it won’t be long before the glow from the smartphones will overshadow the stars onstage. Admits Lisa Mallette, head of City Lights: “Tweeting during a show is not as dangerous, certainly, as using the phone while driving, but it amounts to the same thing: distracted viewing!”.