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For snatching moments between carpools or meetings, get him a portable console: the Nintendo Switch. It’s a versatile hybrid game console that easily pivots between a big-screen TV and on-the-go portable. Its initially slim game library is now stellar and includes a good mixture of must-have Nintendo franchise like Zelda and Mario titles as well as exclusives, indie titles and even some decent PC ports.

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While the app library for Oculus’ new headset is small, it’s the best wireless option available — perfect for remaining untangled in a small living room or den. But it provides an immersive VR experience with great controls and full positional tracking — no phone, PC or game console, and costs $400, which isn’t bad. There’s no better mobile VR experience than the Oculus Quest, and its full-motion untethered design feels like the future.

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Margate City Public Library and the Margate Historical Society will be closed until further notice as of 4 p.m. Monday. All programs and operations at the library and historical society are suspended. No fines will be charged.

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The Avalon Free Public Library and History Center has canceled all programming through April 10, according to a news release from the library. However, the library will remain open from patrons with normal hours of operation.

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— Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

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The connections between former President George H.W. Bush — who died Friday night at the age of 94 — and Aggieland began in 1977. Bush made his first official trip to the Texas A&M campus when he was asked to deliver a prestigious national award to the public university for a new program created to combat economic illiteracy.

Growing up as an English speaker in the United States, I rarely thought about language. But after living and working in Costa Rica (where I met my future husband), I knew when I got pregnant that I wanted my kids to be bilingual. The second my first daughter was born, I instituted a no-English-at-home rule. I didn’t realize it at the time, but this meant adding a whole new level of difficulty to my life as a brand-new mom. Not only did I breastfeed the baby at all hours of the night and day, read every parenting book in existence, and struggle with self-care, I also spoke only Spanish to my daughter — all the time. I was so determined to stick to my goal that on days when I was super exhausted, I wouldn’t speak at all because I didn’t know the right words in Spanish.

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