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Celina celebrates national night | New

Police officers Celina Bryce Kennedy, left, and Joseph Shires, center, donate handbags to local children at a neighborhood national night. Audrey Henvey / staff photo As the sun, and in one case a helicopter, sank over Celina’s neighborhoods, residents and first responders took to the streets. Tuesday night marked Celina’s …

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Vancouver psychedelic relic hits the Prairies

Breadcrumb Links New Music Local News Entertainment Hydro Electric Streetcar was like Vancouver’s Grateful Dead, a hippie quartet fond of long jams Author of the article: John mackie A close-up of a psychedelic music poster for Vancouver’s Hydro Electric Streetcar performance at Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg on Sunday. August 10, …

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Foodie Friday Vegetables & “Pizza” Dip

I have made this appetizer which provides the dip, veg and bread base in one bite since my nieces and nephews were really little and dove in while eating all the veg. I thought I put this on Foodie Friday before but couldn’t find it. My apologies if I have …

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Lok Virsa to hold calligraphy classes next month

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – September 26, 2021): The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (NIFTH) and Eco Records are reportedly hosting three-month calligraphy courses as part of a skills development program called ” Level Up ”. Executive Director Lok Virsa Talha Ali told APP that the …

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Benetton presents United Colors of Ghali

On the occasion of the opening of Milan Fashion Week, Benetton presents United Colors of Ghali, a capsule collection imagined by the Italian musician. Multiculturalism and integration; creativity and dialogue with the new generations: since its announcement last spring, the collaboration between Benetton and Ghali appears to be a natural …

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Fendi and Del Core lead Milan fashion comeback

MILAN – Italy’s fashion capital is alive again with the noise of shoppers swarming in boutiques and publishers filling socially remote fashion week venues, a sign of a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Milan Fashion Week opened on Wednesday with 42 live catwalks and 56 in-person presentations, …

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The lost art of handwritten communication

By Katrina Boguski As I walked through downtown Haliburton last week, the sheer number of signs on local storefronts reminded me of a man who made a living by hand painting signs.His name is Maurice Cooper and from top to bottom of the Pacific coast you can see his craftsmanship …

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Washington, DC, on Edge Over protesting January 6 arrests

WASHINGTON – Fewer than 100 right-wing protesters, largely outnumbered by an overwhelming police presence and even journalists, gathered at the foot of the Capitol on Saturday to denounce what they called the mistreatment of “political prisoners” who stormed the building on January 1. 6. The peaceful rally was the first …

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Review: Comparison of Conservative Coffee Mugs

Assaulted by reality. (Photo: Luther Abel) Based on a totally and totally very objective study There These are all subjects on which the Conservatives diverge. Foreign police. Prices. Drag-Queen Story Time. The owners of Queens. But perhaps the right-most divisive question is which conservative outlet has the best cup of …

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Volkswagen Taigun: first test drive

With its Indianized platform, does the Taigun compromise its innate Volkswagen character or can it feel like an upgrade over the Polo and Vento? After you’ve driven a Volkswagen, other cars just don’t feel so good. This is what you will hear the current owners of Polo and Vento say …

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New Shawnee, Kansas Ranch Helps Older Dogs Find Home

It was a quiet afternoon at Imagine FURever Ranch. Co-founder Kathryn Lask entered a building with “Lucy’s Lodge” in cursive letters hanging above the door. Lola, a 7-year-old lab with gray hair growing out of her nose, barked in excitement. “It’s okay, honey,” Lask reassured her. Two other dogs, Penny, …

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How to be a better ally of disabled and neurodivergent people

How to be a better ally of disabled and neurodivergent people By Luke Grayson-Skinner Neurotypical: not exhibiting or characterized by autistic or neurologically atypical thought or behavior patterns. Neurodivergent: mental or neurological function different from what is considered typical or normal (frequently used in reference to autism spectrum disorders); not …

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Folk musician Stan Rogers honored on Canadian stamp

By Denise McCarty New Canada Post stamp commemorates singer-songwriter Stan Rogers. The permanent rate stamp is issued on July 21 in a booklet of 10. “When Stan Rogers took the stage, guitar in hand, his presence was electric. Standing six feet tall, with a deep, rumbling voice that rose and …

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McDowell Transit purchases new vehicle | Local News

McDowell Transit recently bought a new vehicle to replace the one that sank in the spring. This was made possible through Director Jason Hollifield’s communication with the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The new vehicle is the same model and year as a wrecked one. From now on, the new …

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on the sales area of ​​his own shop

Carolyn Busa humorous routine about sex and love made her a fan base at comedy clubs in Brooklyn and beyond until the pandemic abruptly shut the scene in 2020. So after years of open mic parties and co-production of a successful series of regular comedic events called Side ponytail, the …

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Beginning of the pop-up store – Garden Center Magazine

At Cultivate’21, Katie Dubow, president of Garden media group, shared the 2022 Garden Trends: Crisis to Innovation report. As the industry emerges from COVID-19 and heads for a renaissance, customers are responding by spending more money. Retailers can capitalize on the revolution by focusing their efforts on the individual and …

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Redemption is a must read for your legendary game

Last time on The Stuff of Legends, we explored the worst Mass Effect liaison novel, Mass effect: deception. There were inconsistencies in lore, weird narrative decisions and barely managed to tie into the bigger story. Reading Deception does not bring you closer to his world. The comic in four numbers …

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RSL drops Paul Cole’s Banks & Cap Guns

Only three or four Golliwog libraries lithographed in tin by Saalheimer & Strauss are known. Four bidders chased him to $ 21,600, the second-highest lot on the sale. Leon Weiss said it was likely intended for the English market. Greg Smith live review WHITEHOUSE STATION, NJ – In the foreword …

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Fell’s Five Review – But why Tho?

Reading time: 3 minutes Dungeons and Dragons: Fell’s Five is published by IDW Publication. This commercial paperback brings together the fifteen issues of the original 2010 series Dungeons and Dragons: Fell’s Five. He comes from the creative team of writer John Rogers, artist Andrea Di Vito, colorist Aburtov of Graphikslava …

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Rihanna Tattoos – The Ultimate Guide

1 Rihanna’s ankle tattoos 2 Rihanna’s ankle tattoos … The tattoo in question was on his left foot at the bottom of his shin and depicted a camouflaged shark, inked by celebrity favorite Bang Bang NYC in 2016. The photo above shows that it has now been replaced with an …

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50 remarkable book covers from 2020

This year’s competition was judged by Gail Anderson (Chair), Jennifer Morla, Paul Sahre and Kelly Walters, which weighed in on factors such as concept, innovation, and visuals such as typography, illustration, and information design. the winners gallery offers a range of approaches, from minimalist to typographic, with particular emphasis on …

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Grand Seiko Spring Drive SBGZ007

Grand Seiko has spent a lot of time reflecting on the Japanese landscape through its watchmaking in recent years, including its recent Ice Ridge-inspired Omiwatari, but its latest Spring Drive masterpiece turns its attention skyward. Based on Achi, a mountain village in southern Japan known for its clean air and …

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Cosmos Review Onanoff BuddyPhones | PCMag

Most of the kid-friendly headphones we test have a look that mimics adult headphones, for kids who want to feel like adults. The Onanoff BuddyPhones Cosmos take a different approach, with whimsical designs centered around themes like dragons and unicorns. The headphones are undoubtedly cute, although that seems somewhat at …

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The food bus makes its maiden trip | Local News

SHARON – Mimi Prada wiped away tears as she spoke about the Community Food Warehouse food bus that will feed the community for 10 weeks this summer. Prada, public relations manager for the Mercer County Community Food Warehouse, said she and her sister Lori Weston, the former executive director, had …

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Good advice for a new hobby –

If you’re like most people, you make resolutions at the start of each year to improve yourself and lead a better life. When it comes to the to-do list in a new year, playing a new sport or activity is always a good place to start. The challenge of start …

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On clarity

The man saw his reflection in the shop windows. As he walked down the sidewalk in Memphis, he noticed the gray creeping more and more over his temples and above his ears. His wife could still pass for a woman in her thirties, even though she was 50, like him. …

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Another Downtown Napa South Food Redevelopment Plan | Local News

Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} However, the redevelopment has not progressed. In March, Brooks Street sold its stake in the property to Rossi, with Holcomb remaining a partner.) At the time of his investment, Rossi said the original idea of ​​creating a destination with market …

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Rorschach # 9: Meaning and nothingness

One of the reasons people cling to cults or prominent figures is to find meaning in something bigger than themselves and for Laura Cummings this was both the belief of his father in the squid attacks and Rorschach’s ability to stop them. This issue of Rorschach is strange for reasons …

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Effort to name a bridge that is going nowhere | New

ST. THOMAS – A renegade road sign in Nadir seeks to immortalize street historian Wayne “Facts Man” Adams. The Turpentine Run Bridge, colloquially known as “The Bridge to Nowhere”, remained incomplete for years until 2018, when former Governor Kenneth Mapp finally declared it the “Bridge to Somewhere”. Construction of the …

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An Actor in Toronto – Money Diary

Did you expect to attend higher education? Have you participated in any form of higher education? If so, how did you pay for it?My siblings and I absolutely had to go to college. More than a decade after the start of my career, my mother again said “when you come …

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Between the writing and the classroom

There can be no greater honor than to have your highly regarded former bosses, supported by your esteemed colleagues, inviting you to share an experience. It sounds like a request for a newsletter, after being released a long time ago, and, at the same time, a review meeting before other …

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Best of Columbus Wedding Winner: Lovely Arrows Designs

As a Wedding and Events Coordinator, Kristin Baisden has seen a huge need among clients for custom signage and calligraphy. She often offered to help her couples with signage, and in Lovely Arrow Designs, she found her rhythm with whimsical, handwritten wedding offerings. “I don’t like to do cookie-cutter stuff. …

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Top 10 Best Toshiba All-in-One PCs of 2021

Top 10 Best Toshiba All-in-One PCs of 2021 1. iView 2150AIO Home All-in-One PC 1920 x 1080 IPS Touchscreen, Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM / 64GB (expandable laptop drive), 2.4 / 5GHz WiFi, wireless keyboard and mouse ( 2150AIO Win 10 Home 64 GB) Highly efficient multi-function laptop – the 2150aio …

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WITCH’S LAMENT # 1 is a tough but engaging start

– Publicity – GET YOUR COPY OF MFR: THE MAGAZINE # 3 Writer Bartosz Sztybor and artist Vanesa Del Rey bring us the first issue of a four-part miniseries set in the monster and bloody universe of CD Projekt Red’s masterpiece RPG trilogy. “The Witcher: Witch’s Lament” # 1, featuring …

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This Week in West Virginia History | WV News

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) – The following events occurred on these dates in West Virginia history. For more information, visit e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. 23 May 1862: In what became known as the Battle of Lewisburg, Union troops repelled a Confederate advance, killing 38 and wounding 66, …

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This week in West Virginia history

The following events occurred on these dates in West Virginia history. For more information, visit e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. May 23, 1862: In what became known as the Battle of Lewisburg, Union troops repelled a Confederate advance, killing 38 and wounding 66, while losing only 13 men. …

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