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Ohio Universities Offer Sustainable Ways to Address Student Food and Housing Insecurity

The idea of ​​students with little money surviving on Ramen noodles and domestic lager has become a running joke, but Ohio universities take student food and housing insecurity seriously and many have put in place programs to solve the problems. The University of Akron, Kent State University, and Ohio State …

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EMS’ unique Banff Rescue support of wilderness care

“Rescue is a partnership and we have a really healthy partnership in national parks where we can lean on EMS and bring them into the response if needed. This is not always possible, such as if there is very technical terrain or if there are hazards present that we don’t …

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Mid-Michigan teacher includes every student in gym class

DELHI TOWNSHIP., Mich. (WILX) — Gym classes are open to all students, but that doesn’t always mean everyone can participate. Allison Wonch has been named Michigan Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year, after finding ways to include every student in the gym. Audrey Murphy is a second grade student …

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How Hotel Il Pellicano’s Timeless Dolce Vita Stays Current

Hotel Il Pellicano on the Tuscan coast, showcasing a playful rug by Nordic Knots x Campbell-Rey x … [+] ISSIMO. Hotel Il Pellicano Equal shares each collaborator, design studio based in London Campbell Rey has teamed up again with the Swedish carpet company Nordic knots create an exclusive piece for …

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Petersburg school board elections see incumbent and new member win

Ward 5 PETERSBURG—E. Joyce Proctor beat Unique Luna for the school board seat, 510 votes (61%), to Luna’s 317 votes (38%). “I was really excited and it made me really happy to see people I had spoken with during my solicitation coming to vote,” Proctor said. Proctor, 77, taught in …

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Black River Falls Public Library celebrates 150 years

BLACK RIVER FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) – In Jackson County, you’ll find that one of its two public libraries holds a title unique to Wisconsin. “The Black River Falls Library is therefore the first public library established in Wisconsin,” said Cara Hart, director of the Black River Falls Public Library. In …

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Senior Finals Celebration Set

History links BLOCK – Colorado hopes to send the team’s seven seniors on a high Friday. The Buffaloes’ season will wrap up, hosting Utah at Prentup Field (3 p.m. Pac-12 Networks). The team will honor the seven senior starters at a pre-match ceremony. The Senior …

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Curtis Packaging acquires the world’s first Scodix Ultra 6000 SHD press

Don Droppo Jr. (left), president and CEO of Curtis Packaging, with Kerry C. Brown, vice president of operations. Curtis Packaging, specialists in luxury folding carton packaging for some of the world’s most iconic brands, has invested in the first SHD-powered Scodix Ultra 6000 press, launched this month at PRINTING United …

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A crystal mine is a resource of inspiration, healing and energy

Jaime Sens is in A Crystal Mine. (Photo/Kathryn Acciari) WESTBOROUGH – Enter the gates of A Crystal Mine, and you enter a world where science and magic intersect. Jaime Sens and her husband, former restaurateurs, opened A Crystal Mine in the spring of 2022 after discovering crystals during the pandemic. …

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12 best dumbbells for weight training at home, according to fitness experts

There are hundreds of dumbbell designs to choose from. Although they may all seem eerily similar, especially if you’re new to lifting, there are subtle differences that can make everything the difference in your training. Before you order the first piece of iron you find in stock at a sporting …

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Diwali has a mainstream moment in the US

CNN — Diwali seems to be everywhere this year. More and more major brands are recognizing the Festival of Lights, launching advertising campaigns and stocking holiday-related products in the United States. South Asian Americans celebrating Diwali can now pick up fireworks from Costcogreeting cards from Punch and party decorations Target. …

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Moov Financial wants to be the best place you’ve ever worked

Co-founders Wade Arnold and Bob Smith launched Financial Moov with a vision: To make the company the best place its employees have ever worked. “I will judge my success at Moov by the experiences of my employees,” Arnold wrote on his company blog. “Company milestones don’t matter if my employees …

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USC marks the end of Latinx Heritage Month with Noche de Cultura

Members of the Latinx community in Los Angeles performed celebratory dances to mark the end of Latinx Heritage Month at USC. (Milind Raj | Daily Trojan) As many students left campus on Wednesday and headed into their fall vacation, carne asada warmed up at the Latinx Student Assembly’s Noche de …

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Top 5 retail tech trends in 2023

Economic prospects for much of the world look challenging over the next year, and retail has traditionally been among the first sectors to feel the bumps in the road. This is likely to cause further headaches for brick-and-mortar retailers still recovering from the disruption caused by the covid-19 pandemic. But …

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Black and trans groups empower diverse movers and shun toxic gym culture

Asher Freeman flipped over the card the coach handed them repeatedly, examining illustrations of different body types labeled with fat percentages. On one side the men, on the other the women. Freeman ponders the coach’s question: Who do you want to look like? Freeman wanted to flex his muscle to …

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Fearless on the court – University of Colorado Athletics

History links BLOCK – In Colorado’s last five football seasons, there has been one constant. Kayleigh Webb day in and day out has been there for the Buffaloes for better or for worse. The fifth-year senior from San Marcos, Calif., started her very first Air Force game …

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‘Smile’ Star Jesse T. Usher Feels Horror Movies Are Getting ‘More Grounded’ in Storytelling, Shares His Favorite Horror Movie | New

Sometimes a smile isn’t always so warm. Paramount Pictures brings a new kind of horror where dealing with your traumas can be scarier than you think. The film follows Dr. Rose Cotter (Bacon lookalike), who begins to experience frightening events that she cannot explain after witnessing a patient commit suicide …

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40 gifts for book lovers

Marvel Comics Oversized Fleece Blanket This fleece blanket keeps comic book fans warm and shows off their love of Marvel superheroes. Made from thick, plush fabrics, the hero coat provides extra warmth and a cozy feeling when you’re snuggling up on the sofa or bed while reading their favorite comics. …

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How an Atlanta bookstore is resuming the fight against book bans: NPR

Jan Bolgla and Bob Roarty have owned and operated Atlanta Vintage Books for over 16 years. Fernando Alfonso III/NPR hide caption toggle caption Fernando Alfonso III/NPR Jan Bolgla and Bob Roarty have owned and operated Atlanta Vintage Books for over 16 years. Fernando Alfonso III/NPR BROOKHAVEN, Ga. — The Graphic …

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Iowa Astronaut Raja Chari Promotes STEM Education in Des Moines

Raja Chari made his first appearance in Des Moines on Wednesday since becoming the 10th Iowan in space. The NASA astronaut spent 177 days in orbit – 175 days of those on the International Space Station – from From November 10, 2021 to May 6, 2022. He spoke Wednesday at …

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City of Green Bay, Chamber Adds Diverse Small Business Director

GREEN BAY – Small business owners, say hola, zoo nyob, shekoli, see tahay and hello Maria Padilla. She wants to know how she can help you. In August, Padilla joined the Greater Green Bay Chamber as Director of Diversified Small Business. The position was created by the chamber and the …

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Attend the groundbreaking ceremony for the “Van Halen Stage” in the band’s hometown

Yesterday (September 17), the city of Pasadena, Calif., held a special ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Van Halen Stage at Playhouse Village Park. As reported by BraveWordsthe event took place following a 2021 citywide investigation that resulted in the city council voting to name the scene after the group (which …

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A MARMALADE SANDWICH FOR ONE

by Anonymous Hamlet, Act I, Part V“Thus the whole ear of DenmarkIs, by a false trial of my death,Seriously abused. Throughout her long reign, the late Queen Elizabeth II was held up as a symbol of continuity, permanence, stoicism and unity. After all, what good is a British monarch if …

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Remission is the greatest gift, says mother of 8-year-old Maddie

At age 8, Maddison “Maddie” Nuñez vividly remembers the impact of hearing medical news at age 4 that would severely disrupt her young life. In 2018, she was diagnosed with acute lymphoid leukemia (ALL) – a type of blood and bone marrow cancer. At age 4, she was treated at …

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Opponents Condemn Kentucky Constitution Amendment on Abortion

In tears, a young woman described how, after recently losing a much-desired pregnancy, her pharmacy hesitated to fill a prescription for a drug prescribed by her doctor to ensure the early miscarriage was complete. “They want you to prove it’s not for abortion,” the pharmacist said, according to the woman …

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Good news! Coming soon, a new non-addictive pain reliever with fewer side effects

Scientists from the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick and their colleagues at the University of Cambridge have collaborated on a drug that could help turn off chronic pain without any side effects. New Delhi: Many people tend to take pills after feeling pain in some part …

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Bluetti EB3A Power Station Review

Fast charging, built-in charger, ports for plugging in 9 devices, Bluetooth app control and a slick multi-color sectional LCD display. The Bluetti RB3A power station is a top contender in the mid-size power station market, heralding all new features. Fast charging, built-in charger, ports for plugging in 9 devices, Bluetooth …

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Phil Mickelson says feedback from LIV Golf and PGA Tour competitors ‘appreciable’ of new boon to sport

Phil Mickelson said he has heard from “many” professional golfers from LIV Golf and the PGA Tour about the current upheaval in the sport and the changes that have resulted. “I think players on both sides of LIV and the PGA Tour appreciate what’s going on,” the 52-year-old said. Mickelson …

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Meet Auburn High School’s New Safety Patrol Dog

AUBURN, Ala. (WSFA) – A first-of-its-kind school safety program launched this year at schools across the city of Auburn. “Paws on Patrol” uses detection dogs to mitigate the risk of shooting and makes students feel safer on campus. This is part of a partnership with Global K9 Protection Group (GK9PG) …

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Williams ‘follows the lead’ as Buckeye captain

Ohio State third-year safety Kourt Williams II speaks to the media on the Woody Hayes Athletic Center practice field after the Buckeyes’ 16th preseason practice August 23. Credit: Casey Smith | Lantern TV Sports Producer Third-year safety Kourt Williams II is often considered one of Ohio State’s hardest-working players. The …

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Columbia Falls Old Fashioned Farmer’s Market has a bit of everything

Whether it’s homemade ice cream, a fresh apple pie, or even a custom-written poem, the “New Old-Timey, Feel-Good Farmer’s Market” in Columbia Falls has a bit of everything. . The brainchild of Columbia Falls businesswoman Jean Flynn, the new market has room for 22 vendors and has so far in …

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Purdue celebrates the opening of the new Patty Jischke Early Care and Education Center

Purdue celebrated the opening of the new Patty Jischke Early Care and Education Center on August 24 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured from left to right: Ted Fondak and his daughter Eliza; Martin C. Jischke, Patty Jischke and grandchildren Elizabeth and William; Rob Wynkoop, associate vice president of ancillary services; …

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Women’s Self Defense Course > Tyndall Air Force Base > Item Display

TYNDALL AIR BASE. Florida — With Checkertail families in mind, the 325th Force Support Squadron utilizes local community resources to improve quality of life through unique classes and workshops. In cooperation with the Bay County Sheriff’s Office, the 325th FSS will now conduct women’s self-defense classes …

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10 Best Soulslike Games, Ranked

Mastermind video game architect Hidetaka Miyazaki and developer FromSoftware Inc. introduced the Soulslike genre to the industry with the Demon’s Souls series in 2009. low level enemies. can feel like standalone boss fights. On paper, this formula does not make for an engaging or fun video game experience. However, Soulslike …

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Rolling River celebrates three decades | Herald Community Newspapers

Rolling River Day Camp in East Rockaway rolled out the red carpet for a special VIP concert celebrating its 30th anniversary. More than a thousand campers, counselors and staff attended the August 12 special performance of up-and-coming country-pop group, On the Outside, hosted by SiriusXM Hits 1 radio personality Nicole …

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10 best worlds in the Kingdom Hearts series

Kingdom Hearts has been around for twenty years. Over those 20 years, they’ve created many Disney worlds for players to explore. Many of them allow players to experience Disney worlds in ways many people didn’t know they could. Most of the worlds that the games offer exude a lot of …

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Maize South senior is building community to help students of color feel more welcome

As students bustle through the halls of Maize South High School this fall, they’ll admire a new mural near their English classes. Emma Henderson, 17, is the founder of the Black Student Union. She and other members created the mural to help promote the ongoing work being done by BSU …

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The unexpected face of the sex work positivity movement

Comment this story Comment About a month ago, Arielle Egozi decided to post on LinkedIn about her decision to quit an internal job as a brand manager and how sex work reinforced that decision. This message would send shockwaves around the world and kick-start conversations about sex work. “I had …

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After 20 years of designing a music festival, Green Man offers its new folk identity

Nestled in its usual location between the rolling hills of the Brecon Beacons – and each year subjected to the region’s traditionally unforgiving yet atmospheric climate – the Green Man Festival will welcome around 25,000 attendees from Thursday 18 August. Green Man is known for its artistic ethos (huge bonfire …

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Hand in hand with his teammates? The unique methods of Mikel Arteta exposed in All or Nothing

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta played the Liverpool anthem, “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, at the club’s training grounds in north London in a bid to prepare his players for a visit to Anfield. The bizarre preparation is just one of the offbeat methods Arteta has employed to focus his young team’s …

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2022 prep football previews: Holmes senior focused on extending three-year streak of winning records

The NKyTribune features one player from each of the 21 high school football teams in Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties ahead of the opening games of the 2022 season on August 19. We will then provide targeted coverage of our local teams throughout the regular season. season and in the …

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A new challenger to the throne of the GPS sports watch

For a decade, the throne of GPS watches has been decided by an annual battle between two heavyweights: Garmin and Suunto. Each year, these perennial powerhouses roll out a new iteration, vying for online reviews, editor’s picks, and the court of opinion on the internet. But that is about to …

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The Academy is giving residents a free behind-the-scenes experience at Charlotte Fire

Charlotte firefighters sound the alarm for their annual party Citizen Fire Academy. The program is for people who want to learn more about the daily life of professional firefighters and raise their awareness of fire safety and life safety. Program participants will be immersed in a rich learning environment that …

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Project success for an impactful trip to the nation’s capital

Phillips told Vikings.com that he was moved to tears twice during the tour. The first case occurred at the memorial to Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African-American boy who was abducted, tortured and lynched in Mississippi in 1955 after being accused of offending a white woman in the grocery store from …

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Griff beauty secrets, from makeup to music

Born to a Jamaican father and a Chinese mother, 21-year-old English singer-songwriter Griff is igniting the music world with her dreamy style and lyrics about heartbreak, life and transition. adulthood. Here, the rising artist – who recently supported pop icon Dua Lipa on her “Future Nostalgia” tour – reveals all …

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MBTI: How South Koreans fell in love with an American WWII personality test

These four letters are printed on advertisements, interspersed with daily conversations, featured in computer games and even on Spotify playlists. Stop by a cafe and you might hear couples discussing it on their first date; visit a fortune teller and they can be relied upon as omens of your future; …

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International Personal Care Day recognized on July 24; behavioral health tips, resources

In 2011, the International Self-Care Foundation (ISF) established International day of personal care raise awareness of the importance of self-care for overall health and well-being. International Self-Care Day is recognized annually on July 24 as a symbol that the benefits of self-care are felt 24 hours a day, seven days …

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Tennyson King back in Gravelbourg for a performance at the Café de Paris

Globetrotting musician to bring unique folk blues rock-and-roll styles to southern Saskatchewan later this month It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that Tennyson King loves being on the road. Just look at the rock-and-roll, folk and blues style musician’s website to get an idea of ​​how much time he …

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Nothing Phone Review (1): Lots of Unique, Yet Familiar Things

We are all used to comparing phones with their competitors before investing in one. Sometimes that just oversimplifies things that impact our choices. This is more true than ever in the case of the new Nothing Phone (1). In many ways, it tries (successfully too) to fit a number of …

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Model coach and fashion photographer KARIZZA is launching unique modeling courses for anyone who wants to gain confidence in front of a camera.

There aren’t many places potential models can go to for advice early in their careers. The unique new class of models created by KARIZZA is meant to instill and develop posing skills, bringing out confidence and uniqueness in each model. The next generation of models deserves to be confident in …

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20 Editors’ Favorite Perfumes and Fragrances We Tested

Whether you have a signature scent you wear every day, a trusted selection for different occasions, or a bunch of travel scents so you can mix it up whenever you want, you’ll want to check out these perfumes and colognes that our editors love it. . These are the scents …

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Sunday Gold is a stylish throwback to classic adventure games

While adventure games have certainly come a long way since their point-and-click days, there’s still plenty of charm to this subgenre. It was full screen while I played an early version of Sunday Gold, an upcoming adventure and turn-based RPG from the team at BKOM Studios. With a focus on …

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Want to celebrate your pet’s birthday? Here are some ‘pawsome’ ways | Lifestyle News

New Delhi: Looking for fun yet simple ways to honor your dog’s birthday? You have come to the right place. Because our pets are unique, their birthday should be celebrated publicly. Check out these simple and enjoyable ways to commemorate your dog’s birthday shared by Bhupender Khanal, Founder and CEO …

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Calamity Trigger’s story structure is something modern fighting games desperately need

Plot. That’s what I always look for when judging a video game story as a success or failure. It doesn’t have to make me lose my footing, but kindling the fire of passion within me definitely takes a bit more effort and investment than just silly skits and emotional one-liners. …

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What is a loyalty check? The toxic TikTok trend, explained

EEven in the most loyal and healthy relationships, trust issues can arise. We all have our own personal stories to deal with, and things like our attachment style can determine how comfortable we feel placing our hearts in the hands of another. But (and it’s a big “but”), a widespread …

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Freestyle queen Ledecky closer than ever to immortality

After failing to meet her own lofty standards at the 2019 Worlds and the Tokyo Olympics – she still won three gold medals – the American swimmer was unstoppable in Budapest. She added four world titles to bring her tally to 19, a number bettered only by Michael Phelps After …

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Megababe: body care products for sweating, chafing and more

Brett Ferdock/CNN pointed out Since its launch in 2017, the body care brand Megababe has carved out a place for herself in the beauty industry by focusing on issues no one apparently wants to talk about. Founded by Katie SturinoAlongside his sister, Jenny, and friend, Kate McPherson, Megababe was created …

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Google’s Pixel 5 was the last of its kind

Every once in a while I’ll pick up a random device on the Edge examine the closet and spend a week or two with it. It’s mostly out of random curiosity and for the purpose of comparing “old” products to the latest and greatest. More recently, I was drawn to …

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My Morning Jacket’s first concerts in Louisville in six years canceled due to COVID-19 – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

What would have been My Morning Jacket’s first Louisville gigs in years is canceled. pic.twitter.com/WqyBeu0CB6 — my morning jacket (@mymorningjacket) June 23, 2022 In a tweet, the band said they had “heartbreaking news” and that band member Jim James had tested positive for COVID-19. “This is heartbreaking for everyone involved …

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Naomi Osaka Launches Media Company With LeBron James’ SpringHill

tennis superstar Naomi Osaka is branching out into entertainment by launching a media company in partnership with james lebron‘ and The springhill Company. As detailed in Hollywood journalist, Osaka and her longtime agent and business partner Stuart Duguid are behind the production banner, which is called Hana Kuma. Osaka and …

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BEYOND LOCAL: Instagram’s newest food trend is normal-looking food

Since finding and eating edible foods was crucial for survival, we may be wired to feel inherently good when we simply see foods we know we can eat. This article from Matthew Philip, Metropolitan University of Toronto; Ethan Pancer, St. Mary’s Universityand Jenna Jacobson, Metropolitan University of Toronto originally appeared …

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Prince George’s Co. hairstylist opens her first salon – inside a Walmart – NBC4 Washington

A Maryland hairstylist who launched her own line of products to help women suffering from hair loss is now opening her first salon this summer, at a Walmart in Clinton. The show is part of the megastore’s efforts to support small businesses. For years, DeJuan Burns of Prince George’s County …

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Camping, glamping at Binghamton Bear Campground in Broome County

Located on the former Pine Valley Campground on Boswell Hill in Endicott, Binghamton Bear Campground has been redesigned under new ownership. A water park, giant slides, gem mines, overnight stays in a luxury wagon… Residents of Southern Tier don’t have to travel far to find unique vacation activities this summer. …

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Two Curtis Cup wins in 10 months create unique memories for Team USA | Golf News and Tour Information

ARDMORE, Pa. — In the Curtis Cup’s 90-year history, there have only been two interruptions to the biennial schedule: World War II, the cancellation of play in 1940, 1942 and 1944, and COVID. The global pandemic has forced the 41st edition of the matches between the United States and Great …

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Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff visits the USC Shoah Foundation

The USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute of Visual History and Education (USC Shoah Foundation) welcomed Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff to the Institute’s world headquarters on the University of Southern California campus on Wednesday. Mr. Emhoff’s visit included a lengthy conversation with the interactive biography of Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter, …

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Sloane Crosley on writing a novel for people who haven’t figured it out yet ‹ Literary Hub

Not enough restaurants in New York are below street level. It’s a shame, really, because there’s no better vantage point from which to wait for someone, stare out the windows at fast-walking passers-by, try to guess which disembodied lower halves will stop and run down the stairs and walk through …

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New flagship program to help more people work with “support as unique as you”

A new Welsh Government flagship scheme, which will provide personalized support to people who are not currently in education, training or employment to find and keep a job, was launched today by the Economy Minister Vaughan Gething. As the Welsh labor market recovers from the initial shock of Brexit and …

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Advice to the graduate | Coeur d’Alene Press

A father on his deathbed gave his son a watch. “Here’s a watch your grandfather gave me,” he said. “It’s almost 200 years old. Go to the jewelry store and see how much they give you.” The son went to the jewelry store, came back to his father and said, …

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Data shows why the US is an outlier when it comes to gun deaths

Mass shootings like the horrific attack that killed 19 children and 2 teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, or the murder of 10 people at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York the week before, are only too much common in the United States. There were 214 mass …

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That’s just how we roll

Two writers explore Dartmouth’s in-line skating culture and try the activity for themselves. by Allison Burg and Annabel Everett | 10 minutes ago Even on our fairly small campus, Dartmouth students seem to use all alternative means of transportation, whatever the season. In the winter, that meant cross-country skis, and …

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Special Outdoor Production of The Fairy Queen Celebrates Return of Fully Staged Live Opera at UC Santa Cruz

Spencer Greene as Bottom and Nyla Rizvi as Titania in Henry Purcell’s production of UCSC The Fairy Queena semi-opera based on Shakespeare Dream of a summer night. Photo credit: Steve DiBartolomeoGraphic design: Dina Clark After Two Years of Working Remotely on Opera, UC Santa Cruz’s Music Department Presents Henry Purcell …

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Unique places in the world to feel like Alice in Wonderland

Fairy tale kingdoms and wonderlands aren’t just places seen in movies and books, they can also be found in real life. Many fairy tale kingdoms in the movies have even been inspired by real-life locations that can be visited. While some of these fairy tale sites are the works of …

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Zazie Beetz also wants to protect the Atlanta van

AtlantaThe season three finale of Met Van, played by Zazie Beetz, under the incredibly French spotlight. Once Lottie’s responsible mother and ex-girlfriend of Donald Glover‘s Earn, Van is almost completely unrecognizable in the Parisian episode: she speaks with an accent, wears a striped shirt, carries a wand and sports a …

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‘Emotional’ and ‘unique’ performance by the Derry Theater Company with an important disability message

A Derry theater company is preparing their ’emotional’ and ‘unique’ show which conveys an important message about disability. For Stage Beyond, their upcoming show of “The Great Dictator” at the Millennium Forum on June 15 couldn’t come soon enough. Stage Beyond is a theater company for adults with learning disabilities …

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Why don’t we feel pain when we cut our hair or nails?

When we bite the nail out of the skin, there is no pain. But cutting the nails attached to the skin causes pain Keratin is responsible for the formation of cells in the tissues of the nails and other parts of the body. The human body is a complex system …

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Mariners VP Brooke Sullivan deploys empathy at home, in the office

SEATTLE — Brooke Sullivan, Vice President of People and Culture for the Mariners, is a professional trained to help individuals reach their full potential, access their unique gifts and thrive. Her skills are honed both in and out of the office – the mother of four leans on empathy and …

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Kendrick Lamar is set to release his latest album TDE | Arts

After five long years, Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar is back and has announcement plans to release new music. His fifth studio album, “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” is set for release May 13. Lamar released the announcement via his new multi-media outlet. the society pgLang. The project will be …

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Who is Celeste Cortesi, Miss Universe Philippines 2022?

Manila, Philippines – Celeste Cortesi won the title of Miss Universe Philippines 2022 at the pageant’s coronation party on Saturday, April 30. The 24-year-old stunner from Pasay beat 31 other contestants to clinch her second crown in a national pageant. From Earth to the Universe Celeste first made her presence …

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Vissentials Max BHB Price CA Review: Unique and Effective Weight Loss Formula – 10th Judicial District Attorney (NM)

What is Vissentials MaxBHB Canada? Vissentials MaxBHB Canada is an amazing actually distributed recipe that claims to help customers burn fat fast without dieting or exercise. Promoted as a ketogenic weight loss support condition, it gives the body the power it needs to trigger fat burning normally. On the keto …

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Pandemic gardening boom shows how gardens can cultivate public health – commentary – New Hampshire Bulletin

As lockdowns came into effect in the spring of 2020 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, reports have emerged of a global gardening boomwith plants, flowers, vegetables and herbs that grow in gardens and balconies around the world. The data backs up the story: An analysis of Google trends …

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‘It’s not about dying – it’s about living’: Inside the Teesside hospice that ‘feels like home’

Supporting the area for over 40 years, Teesside Hospice still remains a central part of the community. The hospice, which is a charity partly funded by the government, is there to provide specialist palliative care for life-threatening illnesses. While some people only visit for several weeks and others for several …

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Feel Good Friday: Highlights of the week from Global BC

Every week at Global BC, we spotlight our stories to bring a bright touch to your Friday and the weekend. Here are five stories we want to share: DTES Musicians to Showcase Their Talents at 100 Block Rock’s Inaugural Concert Kim Knighton will be one of 10 performers at the …

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Deebo Samuel rumours: Jets think 49ers won’t trade stars without ‘king’s ransom’

The craziest offseason in recent NFL history continues, and this time it hits close to home for 49ers fans. That’s because 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel told ESPN’s Jeff Darlington that he asked San Francisco for a trade. The news took the NFL world by storm when it broke Wednesday …

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MOTSI Introduces 18 New Dermatologist-Formulated Skincare Essentials

Black-owned beauty and lifestyle brand launches clinically proven skincare products that are paraben, PABA and cruelty-free SEATTLE, April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — MOTSI, a black-owned lifestyle brand that makes skincare, beauty and apparel products that make people feel good about themselves, announces the launch of its new skincare line. skin …

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“We have not been forgotten.” Lake Oswego baseball player recovers from brain injury

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. (KPTV) – The Lake Oswego baseball team has a ten-member senior class as the boys grew up with the game and grew together through some of life’s toughest times. Fox 12’s high school spotlight with the Lakers is on what was a very important ceremonial first pitch …

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Battlefield 2042 update 4.0 is coming next week with over 400 bug fixes, but are there any players?

Battlefield 2042 was released not so long ago in November 2021. The mil-sim FPS developed by OF represents a legendary series with vast maps and fierce battles with tanks, helicopters and fighter jets, and how can we forget camping snipers. The game also introduced cross-platform play for the first time, …

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Triumph Tiger Sport 660 review, price, specs, engine, and more

Despite what its name might suggest, the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is strictly a road bike. This is Triumph’s latest motorcycle for India, and it has a very familiar name – the Tiger Sport 660 – but this Tiger is unlike any other the company has launched in India to …

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Preparing for motherhood can be beautiful, but messy: Kajal Aggarwal

Posted: Posted Date – 10:28 PM, Sat – Apr 9, 22 Source: IANS Chenai: Family-friendly actress Kajal Aggarwal says preparing for motherhood can be beautiful but messy. Taking to Instagram, the popular actress, who has booked herself a spot in the Tamil, Telugu and Hindi film industries, wrote: ‘Let’s face …

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Meet the craft brewer looking to shake up London’s beer scene

“I’m living the dream” is a common euphemism that people frequently use to describe a day at the office that isn’t particularly fulfilling. When Diana Salazar uses it, there’s not a hint of sarcasm. She is completely serious. Then again, she’s not your typical Canadian craft brewer either. “The dream …

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Where to Buy Home Decor in Colorado’s High Country, According to a Hygge Expert

Hygge Life’s serene showroom at 41149 US Highway 6 in Avon features a texture-rich mix of furnishings and accessories. Photo courtesy of Hygge Life House Home-based retail enthusiast Alexandra Gove reveals the three mountain town boutiques she browses for new design finds, when she’s not shopping upstairs in her own …

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Friday the 13th was missing a key element for continued success

Horror fans have been treated to iconic stories and settings over the decades. The quiet street of Laurie Strode is where Michael Myers always returns in the Halloween franchise. Woodsboro couldn’t be a spookier little town in Yell. And Camp Crystal Lake is where Jason Voorhees suffers horrific bullying in …

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Family affair: how the agreement between Ford and Volkswagen was reached

Ford and Volkswagen’s historic deal to partner with their next-generation pickups began at the highest levels of both companies – with a family catch-up. To see 12 pictures The deal to make next-generation Ford Ranger and Volkswagen Amarok pickups “twins under the skin” began with a conversation between families at …

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Each piece of art is affordable according to the taste of the collector, pocket – Femi Coker

Femi Coker is the director of Orisun Art Gallery in Abuja. In this interview, the culture advocate and visual artist talks about some misconceptions about art, including who can own artwork. It also explains why art galleries cannot be threatened by blockchain technology which has redefined art consumption and production …

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The Oregonian Hosts Wellness News Experience

Gretchen A. Peck Gretchen A. Peck | for editor and editor Everywhere you look there is bad news: political division, poverty and pandemic, climate catastrophe and supply chain issues, and worst of all, war. The Oregonian’s Portland newsroom is keenly aware of the importance of these serious stories and is …

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Powerful people feel, express less gratitude

Powerful people in the upper echelons of organizations have much to be grateful for, but new research from Cornell indicates that higher-level people feel and express less gratitude toward their subordinates. In the newspaper, “Thanks, but no thanks: analyzing the relationship between relative power and gratitude“, Alice Leeassistant professor at …

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