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The Auburn rock band celebrate the release of their seventh album with a concert

The citizen staff Auburn rock band A Cast of Thousands will celebrate the release of their seventh album, “Songs from the Second Floor,” with a concert on Friday, November 25 at the Cayuga Museum Carriage House Theater. The band consists of Terry Cuddy on guitar and vocals, Beth Cuddy on …

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I see LV | Philstar.com

LIFE AND STYLE – Millet M. Mananquil – The Philippine Star November 23, 2022 | 00:00 When you visit a Louis Vuitton exhibition, you don’t just see fashion. You take a journey through 160 years of history. It’s about heritage – a nation’s culture, its mores, its quirks, its art. …

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Historic Homes You Can Own in the Waco Area

With dire economic news and skyrocketing costs everywhere you turn, you’re definitely going to want to see this amazing “2 for 1” deal that includes a main house, garage, detached garage and a price you won’t believe. simply not! — Combining the best of old style with modern conveniences, here …

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The Challengers: Women making a breakthrough in the boxing industry

When Manya Klempner pitched her high-end, women-friendly boxing club business to investors, they were skeptical. They weren’t convinced that women wanted to “hit properly.” These investors, mostly male, suggested to the former banker and founder of the club group The Boxing House to test the concept with an ephemeral place. …

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Amber Davalos sealed the deal as Springville postmaster

On November 18, Davalos raised his right hand and took the oath as Springville Post Office’s new postmaster. She was sworn in at the Springville Post Office, under the administration of Post Office Operations Manager Richard Garcia. Amber Davalos, Springville’s new postmaster “I am proud to serve as Springville Postmaster …

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Shed light on addiction and help support Penticton’s Discovery House

It’s time for the community to help shed light on addiction and support the Discovery House in Penticton. The annual fundraising campaign not only raises funds for the addiction recovery program, but also aims to break the stigma around addiction and treatment. People can buy lights that are displayed on …

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Reading Reindeer: Bring reading to local children with Eight Waves | West Orange Times & Observer

READ REINDEER: Eight Waves Eight Waves is making a splash in West Orange County with its commitment to underserved communities. The non-profit organization Winter Garden offers healthy support systems for children and families – and that includes reading intervention, reading buddies, one-on-one tutoring and getting more books into babies’ hands. …

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Lynchburg Homes for Large Families

A unique opportunity to live in a restored Victorian mansion with a fully finished shed and oversized 4-car garage with office/bedroom/den and full bath above that could be used as a rental unit or guest bedroom rental. hosts. Over 9700 SF of heated space on the property. The mansion features …

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UVA professor shares memories of victims

UVA professor shares memories of victims A University of Virginia professor shares his experience teaching Devin Chandler and Lavel Davis, two of the students killed in Sunday night’s shooting. Jack Hamilton, author and professor of American studies and media studies at UVA, said he had Chandler in his class last …

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City to launch long-awaited traffic study for congested DUMBO – Streetsblog New York City

It’s the elephant in the room of poorly managed neighborhoods. The city plans to launch a DUMBO traffic study next year to determine how Brooklyn’s congested waterfront neighborhood could be safer for pedestrians and improve mobility, Streetsblog has learned. The roughly seven-by-four-block area between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Navy …

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Residents battle “The Cove On Toms River At Berkeley”

BERKELEY, NJ – “This tree must be at least 300 years old. It’s one of the things they’re going to tear down when they put in the parking lot. Longtime Bayville resident Patrick Filan strolled the tree-covered property that once housed the Swiss Cottage. The only visible sign that something …

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Is this the dream summary? Studio Nari designs Montero products for Lil Nas X and Coach

If there was one lesson to be learned from Studio Nari’s most recent project, it’s that you never know who’s going to stumble upon your work, especially if you’re collaborating with Coach. Having worked with the fashion house for the past year (“on a larger project that will soon be …

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Huntsville Weekend Roundup November 11

The holiday season kicks off this Huntsville weekend with special markets, shows and more! Not ready to celebrate yet? No worries, there’s plenty of regular fun to enjoy too! Find our top picks below or check out our full calendar of events for even more family fun! Experience the brightest …

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Government House offers car for auction – The Royal Gazette

Created: Nov 08, 2022 07:47 History buffs are hoped to pick up this century-old car, a relic of Bermuda’s pre-automotive era (Photograph by Jonathan Bell) It would have been in frequent use in the days when Government House had a full team of horses and grooms on call. Now a …

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100 Thieves part ways with LoL head coach after three splits

Declan McLaughlin ❘ Posted: 2022-11-07T22:46:55 ❘ Updated: 2022-11-07T22:47:04 100 Thieves have announced that the organization has parted ways with its League of Legends head coach, Bok ‘Reapered’ Han-gyu, after three splits at the helm of the LoL team. 100 Thieves have parted ways with another top in their LoL division …

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6 Vacation Activities to Do in Butler and Warren Counties

November 6 – The fall leaves are nearly all on the ground and Southwestern Ohio is gearing up for the holidays. Here is a list of holiday-themed events happening in Butler and Warren counties. To learn more, go to journal-news.com/events, where you can also enter information about your business or …

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USA beat Argentina at World Polo Championships in Wellington

WELLINGTON — After a day of historic firsts, the United States is one game away from winning the XII FIP World Polo Championship on Sunday at the USPA National Polo Center. Tied in sudden extra time in Friday’s semi-final, Nico Escobar scored the winning goal in the first minute to …

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‘UK could miss out’: Is the government doing enough for the car battery industry? | Automobile industry

Hhumans and batteries don’t mix: water and dust can cause catastrophic short circuits in the cells that power electric cars, risking fires. So the few people allowed to enter the vast clean rooms at Envision AESC’s Sunderland factory must don full suits and go through an air shower first. Even …

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Community News | Hampshire Chronicle

A BLUE Lamp Trust program aims to help protect vulnerable people from victims of cybercrime. The program, like the Bobby Scheme, includes home visits, giving advice and guidance on basic computer security. Police Approved Counselors are offering a free home visit to Hampshire residents who are: over 65, disabled (over …

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Thornbridge Estate Christmas Market | Derbyshire timetables

Christmas Market at Thornbridge Estate Open from November 18 to 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., visitors can descend and enjoy free access to the market and our French gardens. Enjoy mulled wine and minced pie and pick up some Christmas gifts from local artisan producers. Stall holders include …

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Head coach decision among many off-season duties facing Redblacks general manager Burke

OTTAWA — After three consecutive seasons well below expectations, Ottawa Redblacks general manager Shawn Burke will have his work cut out for him this offseason. Ottawa finished the 2022 season with a 4-14-0 record and an embarrassing 0-9 at TD Place. OTTAWA — After three consecutive seasons well below expectations, …

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Fun November calendar shows lots of things to do in Beaver Valley

Bright parties, musicals and plays, food trucks, a movie premiere and dozens of pumpkins rolling down a New Brighton hill. There’s a variety of entertainment to choose from in the Beaver Valley and Pittsburgh area in November. Here’s a guide to help you decide where to go: November, 1st Food …

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Was Jack Welch the greatest CEO of his time or the worst?

Reginald Jones, one imagines, never backed anyone up against a wall. And he would never have been taken dead in North Palm beach. Did he see something in Welch that he couldn’t find in himself? Was he so critical of his own tenure at America’s flagship corporation that he felt …

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The Kirwan House of the Kent Island Heritage Society is rich in history and stories of yesteryear | arts and entertainment

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Toronto looks bleak now, but its future doesn’t have to be

Toronto is in deep funk. The city’s decline and precarious future are widely documented. The dismal 29% voter turnout in the municipal elections is quite depressing as it suggests that people have given up and stopped caring. It’s dark. Toronto has been funk before though. Twenty years ago, Toronto was …

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The community is invited to weekly planning sessions for A Dickens Christmas Faire, scheduled for December 3 in downtown Buckhannon

BUCKHANNON – Organizers of A Dickens Christmas Faire and Festival are inviting vendors, local businesses and customers to help transform Main Street into the setting of a Dickensian novel in December. The new festival, named after the English author of the famous tale “A Christmas Carol”, will take place on …

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New home in Valingers Road, King’s Lynn among planning requests this week

Here is a list of the latest town planning applications submitted to the municipalities… NORFOLK WEST Lynn: 22/01672/F, 22 Valingers Road, housing development fronting North Everard Street. 22/01736/LB, 6 Hampton Court, Nelson Street, application for Listed Building Permission for internal alterations to link housing No 5 and 6 Hampton Court; …

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Wasting time combing through Minnesota? You could do this instead

RAKING – A FUN FAMILY EVENT? PERHAPS Raking. Raking. Raking. I wish I had a head start on raking, but my silver maples don’t shed their leaves until it gets cold. They finally started falling this week, and now my yard is a disaster. What was the world doing without …

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UConn football coach Jim Mora’s ‘haunted’ house will air on ESPN.

UConn coach Jim Mora runs before an NCAA college football game against Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) Paul Sancya/Associated Press During Jim Mora’s first season as UConn football coach, he was haunted less by the ghosts of UConn’s past than by his …

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Pomeroy puts Bartlesville on wheels

Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the Bartlesville Area History Museum, the Examiner-Enterprise has revived the late Edgar Weston’s “Revisiting the Past” columns that appeared in the newspaper from 1997-1999. Weston’s columns tell the story of Bartlesville as well as Washington, Nowata, and Osage counties. The first major business venture in …

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Top Loan Companies Offering The Best Online Payday Loans For Bad Credit In 2022

Online payday loans are the most practical solution in any kind of monetary emergency. Since they are simple to get approved for and have flexible payback periods that are practical for most people, they are often far more flexible than other loan kinds. They are small, short-term loans. Therefore, if …

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October 28, 2022: Auction calendar

** auctions published in this week’s newspaper OCTOBER 28 Online auctions No start time specified. Wisconsin Contractors, 2-Day Fall Auction – Accepting Shipments. For this auction, wanted shipments include construction-related items. Deposit at Nitke Auction Center, 990 Happy Hollow Rd., Mosinee, WI. Easy online contracting via NitkeAuctions.com. Hansen Auction Group …

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She is a great survivor; See Inside This Galveston Island Victorian On The Market For $1.4 Million

HOUSTON – There is a soft spot in our hearts at KPRC 2 for history, grand estates from a bygone era and especially survivor homes. The Victorian-era estate at 1914 Avenue M is for sale for $1,400,000. The 1887 home that survived the Great Hurricane of 1900 that flattened much …

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The Broncos’ offense is a broken record. Same bad thing, still Groundhog Day. “I’m sick of having this feeling.”

Looking for a little comic relief, the Broncos are expected to sign 72-year-old Bill Murray to play quarterback. He’s as mobile as Russell Wilson and knows the game plan, which never changes. Every script Coach Nathaniel Hackett writes is “Groundhog Day.” “I know that’s kind of a broken record,” Hackett …

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Alaska, British Columbia – The Virginia Pilot

Downtown Victoria offers horse-drawn carriage rides with views of its illuminated government building. (Submitted by Dave and Judy Sterling from Gloucester) Alaska and British Columbia | submitted by Dave and Judy Sterling from Gloucester Last month we took the most fabulous trip to Alaska and British Columbia to celebrate our …

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Hitchhiking to the village of Howick 1930

Norm Robertson has been in Rotary for many years. He bought a company called Panmure Tamaki Transport in the mid-1960s with seven trucks, building up to 30. He started and opened Howick Hardware near where Muzza’s Pies is today. As part of the Howick 175 events and celebrations, we asked …

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UAlbany announces games for suspension of men’s basketball head coach Killings; will coach at Albany Cup

ALBANY – Albany men’s basketball head coach Dwayne Killings will serve a suspension in five of the Great Danes’ first six games of the 2022-23 season, but will be on the bench for the Nov. 12 Albany Cup against Siena, the university announced on Friday. . Killings will serve his …

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How Rosaline is different from when you were mine

Editor’s Note: The following contains Rosaline spoilers.Rosaline is the latest film to bring a contemporary twist to the works of william shakespeare – in this case, his famous tragic romance Romeo and Juliet. This tale focuses on Rosaline, Juliette’s cousin (Katilyn Dever), which is only mentioned in a handful of …

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Chapelwaite review – a wife blowing her husband’s head off is the only thrill of this Stephen King bore | Television

When – oh when – will the inhabitants of the 19th century United States of America learn to be wary of cousins ​​who leave them posthumous gifts of prime real estate in puritanical corners of the country? Nothing good ever comes of it. Like many of them, the Last to …

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London is home to over £10million, from historic homes to gleaming new builds

S With a glimpse through a briefly opened window or door, many of us never come into direct contact with the capital’s most exclusive homes. However our collective notions of luxury are changingthese tend to tick a few tried-and-true boxes — think serious square footage, sleek amenities, and prime locations …

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Carriage horse death in New York sparks renewed demand for action against industry

NEW YORK (WABC) — The death of a horse-drawn carriage has sparked a protest as activists renew calls for a ban on horse-drawn carriages in New York. On Tuesday, protesters returned to Hell’s Kitchen and they say they were determined not to leave Ryder’s death there in vain. “Ryder is …

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Preservation Commission Orders Gates Removed – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Preservation Commission orders removal of gates Posted at 2:20 p.m. on Monday, October 17, 2022 NATCHEZ — A historic district property owner must remove security gates after failing to get prior approval from the city’s preservation oversight board. The Natchez Preservation Commission this week disapproved of security doors that had …

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Kane Cornes’ 17 sports and activities AFL players should avoid in the off-season

Kane Cornes was clear – if you’re an AFL player, don’t do reckless things that could cause injuries in the off-season. Whether it’s Charlie Curnow playing basketball after a knee injury or Ollie Wines waterskiing, Cornes has been consistent about which players need to be more careful. With a bit …

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Mark Hoppus tried to buy Blink-182 tickets but couldn’t

Now it’s the turn of Blink-182 fans to experience the surprise known as “dynamic ticketing”. The newly reunited trio announced their 2023 Reunion Tour Last week. But when those who wanted to tune in for presales, some found high prices and low success rates. Billboard reported that some tickets were …

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Big Bog Brewing Named North West Champion at SIBA Awards

Its gold-winning Peat Bog Porter wowed the judges with “superb balance and drinkability for such a flavorful dark ale.” Overall silver winner was Hophurst Brewery APA and bronze went to Coach House Brewing Hundpowder Mild – all of whom entered the final judging after winning best in their category. really …

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The 740 HP Audi RS6-S by ABT is for families who live on adrenaline

ABT Sportline is one of the most established tuning companies specializing in Volkswagen and Audi models with immense global recognition – and the company’s most recent project comes in the form of the all-new RS6-S. However, he also likes to play with other luxury car brands. As the name would …

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Douglas Madison “Doug” Williams – Shelbyville Times-Gazette

The funeral of Douglas Madison “Doug” Williams, 78 of Lewisburg, TN will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 22, 2022, in the chapel of Doak-Howell Funeral Home with the Reverend Timothy Holton officiating. Interment will follow at Willow Mount Cemetery. Doug passed away this life on Wednesday October …

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Volunteers help renovate 1920s Florence home

FLORENCE, SC (AP) — Everyone emerged a winner as one of Helping Florence Flourish’s missions drew volunteers, cross-country runners from South Florence High School and a few of their parents to help restore a house to occupy it. The mission is one of many taking place in October as part …

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Spicy horse pulls shy 10-year-old to championships

Deep friendship, community support and a great love of going fast helped Cinnamon find her rhythm and Sophia find her voice. Sophia Borden enjoyed riding her mini horse, Starlight, on a leading line guided by her mother, Amanda McGill-Borden since she was about eight years old. She had so much …

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Transportation in Yellowstone has undergone many changes over the past 150 years

Transportation options for getting to and around Yellowstone National Park have changed significantly over the past century and a half. What is now a very car-centric park that many people spend a few hours or days in, was once served by railroads, stages and coaches, and primitive trails that required …

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Necessary solutions to the affordable housing shortage – Summerland Review

Dear Editor: Urban planners, the mayor and council of Summerland are rightly concerned about the scarcity of affordable long-term rental housing. It is a complex social problem that affects all residents and requires community input to resolve. Jane Jacobs critically transformed urban planning, proposed innovative collaborations and wrote: “We expect …

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Providence: 7 Incredible Places to Visit in Providence, Rhode Island

Tourist Attractions – Places to Visit in Providence, Rhode Island One of Providence’s most popular attractions is the John Brown House, an 18th-century mansion built in 1786. This historic site features an impressive collection of artwork and household items, as well as a fully-equipped horse-drawn carriage. restored. The area also …

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There’s an Adorable Old West Pumpkin Town Near Vancouver

These days pumpkin growers are getting really creative with their displays and we’re here for it. Near Vancouver, there are so many quaint places to buy pumpkins in the fall. We like the pumpkin carriage at Taves Farms and the classic pumpkin house on a hill at Maan Farms, for …

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Real ale festival for the two Wetherspoon pubs on the island

Wetherspoon pubs hold a 12 day beer festival. The two Wetherspoon pubs on the Isle of Wight will be hosting a 12-day Real Ale Festival this month. S. Fowler and Co. in Union Street, Ryde, and The Man in the Moon in St James Street, Newport, will host the festival …

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Heavy is the head, but work must prevail – Sentinel and Enterprise

What does a regulatory panel of legal gambling experts and Democrats tasked with exercising supermajority margins in the House and Senate have in common? Until Friday afternoon, one answer was clear: paralyzing indecision. The State Gaming Commission has finally differentiated itself from legislative leaders, who are still unable to reach …

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Loaded, Britpop and Cool Britannia – in the 1990s we had it all. A lot has changed since

Image used for illustrative purposes only. James Brown, The Independent When people ask me what was so great about the 90s, as they have been doing a lot lately, it’s very easy to point out the things I loved back then. The festivals, the football, the music, the comedians, the …

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The Athenex debacle another dose of reality | News, Sports, Jobs

From the start, the concept for the $200 million Athenex project in North County was a tough sell within the community. The people here, burned by the exit of manufacturing companies over the past four decades, were not ready to accept the idea or the premise that Dunkirk …

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Cavaliers coach JB Bickerstaff impressed with moves 76ers made in offseason

PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia 76ers had a busy offseason as they came out and brought in guys such as PJ Tucker, De’Anthony Melton, Danuel House Jr. and Montrezl Harrell in order to bring more toughness and improve the supporting cast around their stars. There have only been two preseason games, …

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Alcover pushes for an ordinance regulating the operation of the “tartanilla”

DRUDGE. Once a reliable source of transportation, the horse-drawn carriage is a vivid reminder of Cebu’s past.| CDN Photo Digital File CEBU CITY, Philippines – To provide a systematic program that will ensure the sustenance of “kutseros” and the continued operation of “tartanillas” in Cebu City, Councilor Pastor Alcover Jr. …

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Charles Porter Wilson Estate, aka The Chimneys in Mill Neck, is asking for $16.9 million

The Chimneys, a famous estate of Charles Porter Wilson, who was chairman of A&P Supermarkets, goes on sale in Mill Neck. Architect Charles Hart, of Hart & Shape, designed the house, which was built in 1928. Wilson died a year later, so the estate is often referred to as the …

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Q&A with Jalen Hurts of the Eagles; is Micah Parsons the best NFL defender?

I can’t think of another young quarterback who’s been through more ups and downs between college and the NFL than you (Hurts lost his starting job in Alabama to Tua Tagovailoa, became a finalist in the Heisman Trophy in his final college season after transferring to Oklahoma and did not …

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Paying to use Isle of Wight roads, the story behind the tolls

Imagine having to pay every time you use a isle of wight road. Well, for 75 years, between 1814 and 1889, the islanders had to. Until 1814 roads had been repaired using money collected by parish taxes, invariably paid only by the wealthy, but an 1813 law shifted the bill …

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According to the archives, 1952: the breakfast cups shook

He said “The shed rumbled for about a minute and my ears started ringing.” Mrs. Margaret Gazzard, a housewife, was in her kitchen with her four-year-old daughter, Glenys. She heard the windows slam. She turned to scold the child for throwing something at the window, then felt the house vibrate. …

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British atomic bomb test rocks WA city

The men working in the open were surprised to learn that the explosion had occurred. They didn’t even feel the shock on the ground, but the people inside felt what they described as a minor earthquake. Onslow had generally returned quickly to the ordinary routine. How Onslow saw the explosion …

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$48,000 approved for Holiday of Lights by A&P Commission; Free Carriage Rides, Full Yancey Park Lighting Included | New

Full lighting of Yancey Park, an old-fashioned Christmas event in the historic Smyrna Church and free horse-drawn carriage rides should be among the additions to the Searcy Festival of Lights, according to committee chair Kristi Thurmon. This year. Thurmon applied for and received $48,000 from Searcy’s Tourism Advertising and Promotion …

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Housing and density debated by West Vancouver mayoral candidates

How to solve transportation problems and whether taxpayers’ money is being spent wisely at the municipal hall were other key topics during Thursday’s debate Favorite political topics, including what to do about public transit, how to support housing for middle-class workers and whether taxpayer dollars are being spent wisely in …

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Oatly Throws Rule Book at ‘Big Dairy’ on Barista Competition Monopoly

Oat milk brand Oatly is looking to defy the rules of a major barista tournament that only allows the use of cow’s milk. Oatly filed a complaint about a barista contest that disqualified oat milk / Unsplash Swedish dairy alternative brand Oatly is taking out the World Barista Championship for …

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Bexley eyes storage site with purchase of Delmar Drive property

The Town of Bexley has entered into a contract to purchase residential property at 2838-2840 Delmar Drive with plans to convert the site into additional storage space for the Service Department. The Delmar Drive site will offset about 1.5 acres of storage space that the service department eliminated to make …

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Everything Ray Tanner said on Wednesday

south carolina athletic director Ray Tanner filled in for the head coach Shane Beamer on ‘Carolina Calls’ Wednesday night as Beamer was at the team hotel getting his players ready for Thursday night’s game. Tanner discussed a variety of topics on Wednesday, including the process …

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Downtown mansion could become preschool

Developers plan to convert a former mansion on East Town Street Downtown into a preschool, according to a plan presented to the city on Tuesday. The proposal calls for the conversion of the 1850s mansion at 538 E. Town St. into the Sprout Early Education Center. Sprout bought the property …

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I can’t separate myself from my emotional support clutter

Al Batt I finished it. Yippee me! I can sum up the book in one sentence. Get rid of things that no longer have purpose or spark joy and only keep things that have purpose or meaning. I don’t know why I read a book about decluttering a house. The …

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Christ Tshiunza’s late try secures Exeter thrilling win over Harlequins | Premiership

Another week, another wildly fluctuating Premiership contest. If Exeter thought their last victory against Leicester on the opening day of the season was dramatic, there was nothing about that final act in which Chiefs’ Christ Tshiunza secured a breathless victory for his 14-man side after a resurgent Quins had appeared …

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Norway’s distinctive and adaptable workhorse

With its creamy golden color and spiky two-tone mane, the distinctive Fjord horse is a unique and ancient breed. It combines echoes of wild, primitive horses with a friendly, willful temperament that has proven popular for use in equine therapy, riding schools, and general all-rounders for riding and driving. In …

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‘A great addition to the Laurentide experience’ | New

PENN YAN — Marla and Tracey Hedworth have been part of the local business community since 2018, when they purchased one of the village’s most historic buildings and opened The Laurentide Inn, a bed and breakfast. They had bigger things in mind, however. The next step came two years ago, …

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Former coaching inn offers individual character and sea views

Nestled in the prestigious Warberries Conservation Area – on one of Torquay’s renowned seven hills – Property of the week is The Coach House. Aptly named, being the former coach house of an adjoining Victorian villa, the property offers a detached character house offering spacious and versatile accommodation spread over …

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Duluth will be lit in shades of teal for ovarian cancer awareness

It’s almost time to light up Duluth Teal! And the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance is adding touches of teal to Canal Park. Kris Greer, chair of MOCA’s board of directors and herself an ovarian cancer survivor, has spent time tying teal ribbons on cars that take people on horseback rides. …

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No. 24 Pitt hosts Rhode Island, Narduzzi’s alma mater

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pat Narduzzi has always been a fixer. A project guy. Whether it’s repainting an office or slowly building a program, the Pittsburgh coach is always drawn to something that occupies his hands or his mind. Rhode Island gave him a chance to do both. Narduzzi spent three …

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The Goodwood Museum celebrates the rebuilt water tower with a preservation party

Although Americans don’t have a history like the Egyptians, Romans or our British cousins, some devotees like to preserve what we have. We have the core curators who administer the Goodwood Foundation and the Margaret E. Wilson Foundation. For nearly 25 years, the maintenance and continued physical integrity of the …

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Tommy Emmanuel and Mike Dawes cover 1975’s “Be My Mistake”

Guitar luminaries Tommy Emmanuel and Mike Dawes reunite for a gorgeous acoustic rendition of the 1975 hit ballad, “Be My Mistake.” The arrangement is approached with trademark restraint. For decades Emmanuel has let heart and substance overcome lightning, and Dawes is a future virtuoso cut from the same cloth. Both …

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The Cobb+Co museum will remain free thanks to TRC

Residents of the Toowoomba area will continue to enjoy free admission to the Cobb+Co Museum after the Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) ratified its financial commitment to the program at this week’s regular meeting. Chairman of TRC’s Environment and Community Portfolio, Cr James O’Shea, said the Cobb+Co Museum has a plethora …

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Police release name of motorist in Chesterfield County fatal accident | Crime News

On September 12, more than a dozen golfers associated with the Virginia State Golf Association took to a Hannover golf course to play 100 holes a day to make golf more accessible to children. From [email protected] presented by Massey Cancer Center from Virginai Wayside Furniture studio. Virginia …

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Another Kind of Tunnel Vision Explored in Upcoming Carson City Historical Society Conference | Carson City Nevada News

Event date: September 25, 2022 – 1:00 p.m. Carson City Historical Society A program on the history and local impact of the Sutro Tunnel will be presented free of charge to members of the Carson City Historical Society and the public on Sunday, September 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. …

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Hockey India to sue ex-manager Sjoerd Marijne over charges against Manpreet Singh

Hockey India will sue former coach Sjoerd Marijne and publisher Harper Collins India. The move comes after the Dutchman accused Manpreet Singh of asking young players to underperform at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Hockey India to take legal action against Marijne over charges against Manpreet (PTI) STRONG POINTS Hockey India …

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Platforms under pressure to pay for information

There is growing pressure on tech titans Google and Facebook to pay local media to deliver their news online. Google has already struck deals with some for its News Showcase, but other big news names are still trying to make the platforms pay – and the government is hinting it …

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All Prince William taxpayers will pay for data centers built near schools

EDITORIAL by Stacy Shaw There is a misconception that data centers adjoining residential areas will only create problems for a small number of people while providing great benefit to the rest of the county. That couldn’t be further from the truth. If data centers near schools and communities are as …

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The only way to relax is to stop making decisions – Indianapolis Business Journal

One thing I didn’t know before becoming an editor was that the job is less about editing stories and more about making decisions. Hundreds of decisions about coverage, our people and our stories. Every day. It doesn’t make my job very different from that of most managers. And frankly, it’s …

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Retrospective: Delve into the heart of Tahoe’s history and drive

Thunderbird Lodge was the summer home of eccentric millionaire George Whittell Jr. Provided/Fieling Cathcart “History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme” – a quote often attributed to Mark Twain, the great American writer and humorist, who left his own mark on Lake Tahoe through his poetic descriptions of …

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Saddle up for trials | News, Sports, Jobs

BROOKFIELD — Carriage drivers recently entered the ring at the Brookfield Saddle Club grounds, giving riders the chance to introduce new horses to competition. The Brookfield Saddle Club is a small non-profit riding club that holds shows and competitions on 4.7 acres off Bedford Road. Becky Salinger and …

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Hyundai Coupe V6 | Shed of the week

Shed went on vacation this week. He still remains in the same converted stable he chose for a song a few years ago. He thought it would make him a small fortune in rental income, but two things ruined it: Covid, and the fact that no one knows where Silesia …

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Spurs boss Antonio Conte tore his players apart after Champions League loss to Sporting Lisbon – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s national papers… DAILY MAIL Antonio Conte ferried his Tottenham players out for an early morning training session just hours after their late surrender against Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday night. It is also believed that Conte tore his players apart in the …

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Lil Nas X makes his catwalk debut at the Coach SS 2022 show

Lil Nas X has just added the global Coach ambassador and runway model to his resume. A day before his runway debut, Coach teased a photo on Instagram of a gold grille adorned with the brand’s classic C motif and the date “September 12”. “Someone new is joining the #CoachFamily,” …

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Hundreds turn out for the Fall Harvest Festival and Pioneer Museum Horse Parade

More than 750 visitors passed through the doors of the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan last Sunday (September 10), as the Harvest Fall Festival returned in all its glory, including the popular Horse Parade. One of the largest equestrian events of its kind in Eastern Ontario, the procession moved through …

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The Callander Legion turns 75

On Saturday September 24, The Royal Canadian Legion in Callander celebrates its Diamond Anniversary – Branch 445 turns 75. To commemorate this event, a dinner is planned followed by a performance by Fran Hanover of North Bay, and tickets are on sale until September 16 for $25. each. You can …

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Appalachian State shocks Texas A&M, Marshall upsets Notre Dame

Most of us, statistically, don’t live around Boone or Huntington. Most of us don’t live in the hills of western North Carolina or the western edge of West Virginia. Poor most of us. Did we just spend the back half of our Saturdays madly rushing through the middle of Boone …

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