He Named Me Malala at Jacob Burns; National Noodle Day; Westchester Cell Phone Dead Zones – Today, Oct. 6 in the 914

Korean ramen noodles with dumplings
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1.) It’s #NationalNoodleDay. Check out Yelp for a listing of the best places for noodles in Westchester?and LoHud.com for the best places to get ramen.
2.) She was shot in the head; fought the Taliban; fights for children’s rights; and is the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner.
For?Malala Yousafzai, “There is a moment where you have to choose where to be silent, or to stand up.
Her decision to stand up and speak out, even in the face of death, has inspired many who see her as a?hero. Now we get an inside look into her life in Davis Guggenheim’s He Named Me Malala.
He Named Me Malala?opens at Westchester’s Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville on Oct.9 and runs through Oct. 15. A special screening will take place on Oct. 14 at 5 p.m., which will be followed by a discussion for families, that?will be led by Jacob Burns Film Center?Executive Director Edie Demas.
Buy your tickets and get showtimes here. You know it’s going to be so good, because… Guggenheim ( He was behind ?It Might Get Loud, and we all know how amazing that was).
Check out the?He Named Me Malala?trailer below:
3.)?Here are today’s headlines: