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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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‘Fun’ family event planned at Promenade shops

East. Reading time: 2 minutes The Promenade Shops of Saucon Valley, located in Center Valley, is home to dozens of retail stores, restaurants and service providers. The upscale mall was the Lehigh Valley area’s first outdoor lifestyle center when it opened in 2006. With Labor Day in the rearview mirror, …

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The Hamburger Wagon, history at the service of a bun

Long before food trucks became all the rage, a horse-drawn cart in Miamisburg was a favorite haunt of hungry residents and visitors. The horse is long gone, but the century-old recipe was ranked among the top 100 hamburgers in the United States by the book “Hamburger America”. It was 4:00 …

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Eagle Archives, September 3, 1952: Pittsfield blushed 50 years ago | Story

“He was mad, and I don’t want to say maybe. I never saw a man so disgruntled and so utterly mad as Theodore Roosevelt on this noon day of September 3, 1902, in Pittsfield, Mass.” It is probably the only honest eyewitness account of Theodore Roosevelt’s reaction to the crash …

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Tyson Fury cousin’s funeral sees horse-drawn carriages near Manchester | United Kingdom | New

Rico Burton was fatally stabbed outside a bar in Altrincham, Greater Manchester in the early hours of August 21. Liam O’Prey, 21, has since been charged with her murder. Tributes poured in for the 31-year-old, with boxer cousin Tyson Fury leading the way. The two-time world heavyweight champion, from Wythenshawe, …

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World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales Visits Downtown

The famous Budweiser Clydesdales made a stopover on August 27 in Amherst to the delight of the whole town. Sherri Kamnikar, assistant manager of Main Street Amherst, said they were also having a vendor fair and car show as part of the day with the suggestion of the Budweiser team …

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Maidstone woman, 78, realizes her dream of horse riding thanks to inspired friendships

A 78-year-old woman has achieved her lifelong dream of horseback riding. Lyn Broad, from Maidstone, was able to ride in honor of her animal-loving brother Barry, who died five years ago. The retiree had always dreamed of horseback riding, but never had the chance. Lyn said: “I put my family …

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TikTok’s pink sauce is finally hitting stores. And this one will be vegan.

Social media influencer Veronica Shaw, also known as Chef Pii – creator of the vibrant pink sauce that has gone viral on TikTok – is teaming up with sauce company Dave’s Gourmet to bring the product to grocery stores and convenience stores. restaurants. While the sauce is currently vegetarian, Dave’s …

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Canadian driving guru Jack Pemberton dies at 99

Jack K. Pemberton (1923-2022). © Cealy Tetley/Equestrian Canada Trusty Canadian driver Jack D. Pemberton, recipient of Equine Canada’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007, has died at the age of 99. Pemberton, who died on August 16, was an influential figure who devoted his time and energy to the development …

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Animal rights activists denounce the cruelty of horse-drawn carriages at the summer fair

ANIMAL rights campaigners have demanded more checks on horse-drawn carriages at the Malaga fair after a horse collapsed recently. The Spanish political party PACMA, which fights against animal abuse, has denounced the “exploitation” of horses used at the annual summer fair. This followed a video that went viral on social …

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Kendall Jenner, Joey King, Kaley Cuoco and Ricky Gervais want horse-drawn carriages banned

Dozens of Stars Join PETA Push for Ban After New York Horse Collapse For immediate release:August 17, 2022 Contact:Robin Goist 202-483-7382 New York – Outrageous! No more cruelty in a horse-drawn carriage! That’s the message Hollywood A-listers are sharing en masse with their millions of social media followers after yet …

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Irreverent pop culture and history join forces at the reopened Emily Dickinson Museum

Bringing long-dead literary characters to life for a contemporary audience is a challenge, but that is the mission of the Emily Dickinson Museum. Today, the 19th-century poet’s house in Amherst has reopened after a major renovation. It includes a bonanza of props donated from an irreverent streaming series that reimagines …

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Fun Week at the Kutztown Fair

Crowds again filled the Kutztown fairgrounds for Dutch food, live music, animals, crafts, competitions and fairground rides in Kutztown. “The visitors to the fair are out in force,” Kutztown Fair Manager Ginger Schappell reported Saturday afternoon on the final day of the fair. “The number of visits to our portals …

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Throwback video shows Queen Elizabeth II rescued Prince William from a moving carriage

Royal fans saw Prince Louis being an exuberant 4-year-old during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. Well, it turns out his dad was, too. A video of the Queen following a 4-year-old Prince William is recirculating online. The unearthed video, which surfaced in 2019, has made the rounds again and fans …

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Pamplin Media Group – Oregon City Santa Gets Married at Molalla Christmas Tree Farm

Newly baptized Mrs. Claus, who also works as a nurse, celebrates with the Oak Grove reception. The wedding of Oregon City Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus showed how well Santa Claus, also known as Keith McDonley, has bounced back from a bout of COVID that included 62 days in the …

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The remote and lost villages of Europe – BBC Travel

One of the most interesting of these craftsmen is Marinel Györfi, who revived the traditional Saschiz blue pottery in the Saxon village of the same name, 20 km north of Viscri. In a studio in his Atelier de Ceramică Saschiz, at the end of a narrow lane opposite the imposing …

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Gen Z needs help telling fact from fiction

On TikTok, you’re likely to find restaurant recommendations, lip-syncing snippets, and false claims that COVID-19 vaccines contain aborted fetal tissue and that crisis actors faked the school shooting. Uvalde. TikTok, along with Instagram, is where Gen Z looks for information and entertainment. They often offer a blurry mix between reality …

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Recap of episode 10 of season 12 of “MasterChef”: who was eliminated?

Tonight, more than 100 cowboys and cowgirls in Horse Town, USA, gather for the “MasterChef” rodeo, where the top 14 chefs divide into two teams to create the best steak and sides. . The team that fails to meet cowboy standards faces elimination in the all-new “Cooking for Horse Town …

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Who invented traffic lights?

The greatest inventions of all time: Have you ever wondered who invented traffic lights? Has it ever occurred to you when crossing traffic lights who discovered red, green and yellow lights? If you are curious about the answer to such questions, then you need to go back to the history …

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EDITO: A judge restores the freedom of airmen | Editorials

The US Constitution and courts should not care about popular sentiment, conventional wisdom or political pressure. Floating microorganisms do not change this fact. Our judicial system should only care about the Constitution, which creates an equal set of rules by which we make decisions. The First Amendment prevents the federal …

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City Council approves redevelopment plan for one of Victoria’s most iconic and well-known streets (VIDEO)

(Lekwungen Square and Landmark) Big changes are coming to Government Street, following the participation of more than 700 residents in an online forum and a survey and approval by Victoria Council. On July 14, City staff and design consultants presented a draft design and implementation strategy for Council’s consideration at …

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Country camp reigned supreme at this wedding in Tennessee’s Cumberland Mountains

Kimberlin Rogers, events director for Houses and Parties, and banker Thomas Joseph (TJ) Ajello met through mutual friends at the University of Alabama. The pretext was not a set up, in fact, quite the contrary: “He came from a boarding school in New Hampshire and I was from Atlanta. No …

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Watch: Men driving a horse and cart turned away from McDonald’s drive-thru

Two hungry guys on a horse and cart were apparently turned away from a McDonald’s drive-thru after they were deemed a health and safety hazard – but weren’t left hungry when a passerby handed them a hamburger. Jake Sweet filmed the confrontation between staff and customers at the chain’s Western …

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Forget John Dunlop, Robert William Thomson was the true inventor of the tire

THE long list of great Scottish inventors still features John Boyd Dunlop (1840-1921) as the man who designed the tyre. Except he didn’t. Undoubtedly, the man who invented the pneumatic tire was the Scotsman Robert William Thomson (1822-1873) who had international patents for his “air wheels” four decades before Dunlop …

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Ogden Art Scene: A ‘Beehive Bash’ Pioneer Day and the Rainbow Girls are in O-Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided, Ogden Nature Center The Rainbow Girls perform Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at the Ogden Nature Center. Great Ogden Pioneer Days Parade The biggest parade of the year in Weber County comes Monday, the final day of Ogden Pioneer Days celebrating Ogden’s unique heritage. The parade …

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Carriage driver threatens to beat vegan activist to death with her own camera

Famous vegan protester Tash Peterson had an awkward confrontation with a horse and cart driver during which he threatened to beat her to death with his camera. Watch below: After moving from her native Western Australia to Melbourne earlier this month, the 28-year-old wasted no time pursuing her activism. She …

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These are the ‘best places to travel in the world’, according to Travel + Leisure

(NewsNation) — Despite record inflation driving up the price of plane tickets, most people aren’t letting that stop their vacation plans. For most of the summer, the Transportation Security Administration reported a higher number of checkpoint trips than the same time last year, with more than 2 million people passing …

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20 metros with the most tourist and travel guides |

– Tour guides per 1,000 jobs: 3.33 – Median hourly wage: $14.78 – Median annual salary: $30,740 The Grand Canyon – as American destinations, this is one of the most iconic. Flagstaff is an 80-mile drive from Grand Canyon National Park. Don’t make the mistake of just driving, looking overboard …

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5 fun couple entrance ideas for your engagement ceremony

Who says a fancy grand entrance is just for the wedding ceremony? Well, we welcome you to the land of awesome engagement entries. The Engagement or Roka Ceremony is the very first moment of your big nuptials and so having a shot at this event is of utmost importance in …

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On board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express with Veuve Clicquot

In 1772, Philippe Clicquot, a textile merchant in Reims, France, inherited four hectares of vines and founded the champagne house that would later become Veuve Clicquot. That same year, the company sent its first international expedition to a princess in Venice. It was therefore fitting that the house celebrates its …

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New intercity tours, unique tourism products launched to attract visitors to HCMC

Visitors get around by bicycle and horse-drawn carriage in the Cu Chi district. The Cu Chi district launched a tour called “Cu Chi – the peaceful and friendly place with a sentimental attachment” in May. The trip will take tourists to visit attractions in the district such as Ben Duoc …

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How Kate learned to take the perfect family photo

When it comes to PR strategies, that’s smart. Take the photos yourself and you can take them whenever you want, however you want and only post them when it’s convenient for you. You don’t have to put up with a stranger walking into your house, or argue with your kids …

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Downtown Wisconsin Celebrates at Willow Springs Garden for Independence Day Festival and Car Show | New

Today in Brokaw, people gathered at Willow Springs Garden to celebrate Independence Day with a festival and car show that included horse-drawn carriage rides, vendors and of course… an extensive car show. Cars ranged from classic buggies dating back to the early 20th century to modern muscle cars. Behind all …

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“If there’s one haunted place in Chicago, it’s the Congress Hotel” – The Columbia Chronicle

Photo by Mikaela Helane. Editor’s note: This article is from the award-winning Echo magazine in the Communications department. Whether bloody, transparent, or floating in a whirlwind of white, ghosts hover over folklore, literature, and film. For real-life ghost hunter and Chicago Hauntings Ghost Tour guide Tony Szabelski, ghosts creep through …

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The Richmond depot housed presidents, stars. hero

The anniversary of east central Indiana’s most historically significant structure occurs this week. On Monday, July 7, 1902, the Richmond, Pennsylvania depot opened. Although local news editorials announced high expectations for its benefits to the community, these expectations would ultimately be far exceeded by the distinction this new structure would …

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Through the art of John Bell Jr.’

The history of Fort Smith’s churches will be highlighted during “Landmark Lessons: Through the Art of John Bell Jr.” at the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum. Representatives from seven area churches will discuss the beginnings of their church as historic images painted by John Bell Jr. are projected onto the …

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1963 Cadillac Miller Meteor hearse unearthed in tongue-in-cheek graveyard

Some gearheads with a fondness for American-made luxury automobiles might believe that a classic Cadillac is to die for. Well, to sate the appetite of those with such an obsession, here’s a Caddy originally designed to take you to your final resting place. It’s a darkly humorous anecdote that junkyard …

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It’s the crossroads of America’s most popular car model and color

We’ve spent a lot of time talking about gas prices for your car. The state revenue department announced a 5-cent gasoline sales tax increase, setting another state record for the third consecutive month. Beginning July 1, Indiana’s gasoline taxes will total a record 80.4 cents. As of Tuesday, the national …

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A frightened carriage horse in New York runs into oncoming traffic and collides with two vehicles

On Tuesday night in Midtown Manhattan, a Central Park carriage horse got scared and took off running into oncoming traffic, apparently without a driver, for several blocks. The horse, Freddy, ended up running over two vehicles and then got stuck between them. As traffic stopped, the drivers started honking, which …

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Brighton and Hove Albion

Manchester United’s 4-0 demolition in last season’s penultimate home game will long be remembered by all who were there. Many described it as the best Albion performance they had ever seen. But where does he rank among the finest performances in the club’s 121-year history? As the montage shown on …

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It’s the end of the word in Critical Role Calamity, but it also feels like the start of an MCU-style universe.

Critical Role’s Loquatius Seelie would know all about you before you opened your mouth. As voice actor Sam Riegel explains when I catch up with him about the Calamity miniseries, his character doesn’t do anything halfway. In addition to having smoky answers ready to go at the slightest whiff of …

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Historic diligence and old-fashioned power return to the streets of Fairlie

Horse enthusiasts brought back a historic stagecoach from its museum on Saturday, giving a family with an intimate connection to the coach a chance to learn about the lives of their ancestors. The Clydesdale Society’s annual meeting was held in Timaru at the weekend and included a trip to the …

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Kate beats the Tories in comparative parenting – the Jubilee Edition

Andrew Gunn is a Christchurch-based screenwriter and film and television columnist. OPINION/SATIRE: The Platinum Jubilee weekend is over, the internet has voted, and the results are in: when it comes to controlling a surly egomaniac with the attention span and impulse control of a typical 4-year-old boy. , Catherine, Duchess …

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What’s in a Name: First, Second and Third Fruitridges | Western Colorado

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic …

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McNaught’s in Worcester built state coaches fit for a queen

On the weekend when the nation pays homage to the remarkable achievements of a 96-year-old widow named Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, it might be appropriate to return to the days when the faithful city had a lot to do with the things of ‘State. Because long before limos, Worcester was …

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Where to See Art Gallery Exhibits in the Washington, DC Area

Placeholder while loading article actions The Otis Street Arts Project show is called “Fresh” because it features new works by nearly all of the 11 artists who maintain studios there. But there’s another potential meaning to the title: many works involve new ways of looking at existing objects. A great …

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Legacy of The Deal – The Bee – The buzz in Bullhead City – Lake Havasu City – Kingman – Arizona – California

Do I have a deal for you! It could easily have been the cornerstone of a successful marketing campaign. It could have become an even more popular slogan than “See the USA in your Chevrolet”. But, unfortunately, before commercialization could really begin, a company with enormous potential closed its doors. …

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Queen’s discreet hot water bottle solution for cold carriage rides, by Jennie Bond

The Queen can travel to Trooping the Color in a 4×4 for the first time in her 70-year reign – but her car is still waiting with extra comfort. Royal expert Jennie Bond has revealed Her Majesty’s cars have been fitted with mats and hot water bottles to ensure her …

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This Forgotten Automotive Pioneer Changed Car History – But He Kept Changing Lanes

Charles B. King had a simple dream. It was about movement. It was a matter of velocity. It was a way of life that changed the way of life for everyone in the bustling and growing city of Detroit. Historians speak of Henry Ford’s influence, but few remember the king. …

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Bobbi-Anne McLeod: Hundreds line the streets of Plymouth for the funeral | Plymouth

Hundreds of mourners lined the streets of Plymouth for the funeral of murdered teenager Bobbi-Anne McLeod as city leaders acknowledged more needed to be done to keep women and girls safe. McLeod’s favorite music – alternative rock – was played at the service in the town center of St Andrew’s …

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Editorial: A Charleston Electric Car Offers Exciting Possibilities; not all are good | Editorials

We’re happy to report that when a local entrepreneur recently unveiled a new form of transportation to slowly guide tourists through downtown Charleston, city officials quickly noticed he had the cart before the horse. . Literally and metaphorically. We generally welcome the innovative energy of the private sector; one of …

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Save money on fuel with a horse-drawn carriage

SCHUPBACH, GERMANY (AP) — Stephanie Kirchner’s commute to work has gotten longer but, she says, cheaper: She left her SUV at home and switched to real power. Kirchner, 33, a stud farm owner and horse trainer, said she decided “it can’t go on like this” after fuel prices spiked following …

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Chippewa Valley Theater Guild Hosts 11th Annual Fairy Tale Ball

CLEAR WATER, Wis. (WEAU) – An Enchanted Night Full of Disney Characters aims to raise money for children’s art programs in the Chippewa Valley. The Chippewa Valley Theater Guild held its 11th annual Fairytale Ball on Friday night at Florian Gardens in Eau Claire. The magical night was full of …

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Banks must act now to manage the effects of climate change

By Peter Grant, President and Chief Commercial Officer of OakNorth Credit Intelligence There will continue to be a symbiotic relationship between climate change, credit risk management and commercial lending in the future, and banks across the United States, and even around the world, are keeping a close eye on this. …

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‘Emotional’ moment Queen’s face lit up when she saw Lady Louise getting into Philip’s carriage | royal | News

Lady Louise, 18, was among the performers at the first major event to celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. The Queen was seen emotional as her granddaughter led a parade of horses in a carriage owned by the late Duke of Edinburgh. Speaking on Good Morning Britiain about the touching moment, …

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The Japanese have theirs, we will soon have ours

It’s about commuting to work and back! Urbanization around the world has spawned transportation systems ranging from bicycles to horse-drawn carriages, buses, cars, trains. The ultimate in trains being the “Bullet” trains which first appeared in Japan in 1964. As a general rule, a journey should not last more than …

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Queen’s health questioned across UK on eve of Jubilee

On Thursday, she opted to visit her horses privately rather than attend the first day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show. She was expected to make the short drive from Windsor Castle to the fairgrounds to watch her horse, First Receiver, compete in a series of thoroughbred qualifiers. The show …

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The Queen delegates the opening of Parliament for the first time

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II delegated one of her most important public duties to Prince Charles on Tuesday, underscoring the increasingly central role the heir to the crown plays as his mother prepares to celebrate. his 70 years on the throne. Charles presided over the State Opening of Parliament …

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deolali camp: Deolali camp plans Tonga for tourists to ride the wave of nostalgia | Nashik News

NASHIK: The Deolali camp cantonment area, which still retains its old-world charm, plans to bring back another bygone favorite – the tonga, or famous horse-drawn carriages – to boost tourism in the region hill town. “There is a continuous flow of tourists in the Deolali camp area. The Tonga service …

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DNA Studies of Gaillard Tomb Remains Reveal Compelling New Information | News

The scientific research and discovery launched in 2013 by the defunct Gullah Society after the remains of 36 people who were probably enslaved were discovered near the Gaillard Center are bearing fruit. The information is so convincing that articles have been published in prestigious scientific journals. The researchers studied not …

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Edgartown: What a welcome gift

Hooray, hooray, May Day. I sit down to begin this week’s column after an incredibly warm and beautiful first day of May. I was fooled into thinking sunny mornings meant warm temperatures last week, so I was careful when I went out this morning. What a welcome gift the warmth …

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I had never heard of this newcomer to Utah who wanted to run for the United States Senate.

I had never heard of this newcomer to Utah who wanted to run for the United States Senate. (Ira Schwarz | AP) President Ronald Reagan receives a jacket and autographed football from the nation’s champion college football national team coach, LaVell Edwards, head coach of the Brigham Young University Cougars. …

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Man charged in buggy crash that killed couple and injured 8 children

FARMVILLE, Virginia (AP) – A Virginia man is facing charges in an accident with an Amish horse-drawn buggy that killed a Cumberland County couple and injured their eight children. A Cumberland County grand jury on Tuesday indicted Mickel Bates, 60, of Farmville, on two counts of manslaughter and reckless driving …

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County Lines: Lompoc woman sentenced for shocking robbery victim in the face with stun gun |

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Lompoc woman sentenced for shocking robbery victim in face with stun gun A Lompoc woman was sentenced to a year in prison last week after pleading no contest to charges related to a June 2021 incident in which she shocked a female victim in the face with …

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The queen is a stark reminder that she is in the final years of her reign

We earn a commission for products purchased through certain links in this article. The Queen is in the “final years” of her reign, royal expert Duncan Larcombe has warned pointing to the stark recall. The Queen is resting ahead of her exceptional Platinum Jubilee celebrations which will take place over …

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The dragon slaughter returns to Trafalgar square

The dragon slaughter returns to Trafalgar square London, April 23 (UNI/Xinhua) London’s historic Trafalgar Square became a sea of ​​red and white on Saturday as thousands gathered to celebrate England’s National Day. It was the first time the square, one of the UK capital’s main sights, has hosted St George’s …

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Rival gangs post grim graffiti making ‘Mr Flashy’ a ‘rat’ as Finglas drug feud looks set to explode

The enemies of drug dealer “Mr Flashy” have joined forces and are now trying to drive his associates out of the northern suburb of Finglas. Our exclusive image shows the sinister ‘Mr Flashy’ ‘a rat’ graffiti that was displayed in the Berryfield area of ​​Finglas this week following the murder …

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Queen staff are doing everything they can to ensure she attends the Epsom Derby as part of Platinum Jubilee celebrations

ALL stops are being made to ensure the Queen can attend the Epsom Derby on her Jubilee with the aim of making the ‘ultimate end of the fairy tale’ come true. The traditional pattern of her visits has been abandoned and every effort is being made to minimize pressure on …

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Cornell Ag Connection: If you want to help a horse | Opinion

April 26 is National Help a Horse Day – an initiative launched in 2013 by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) to create and educate about ways to better care for these often-loved animals and promote the protection of neglected animals. and abused horses across …

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How sweet it is | Organizers gear up for the 75th Annual Pennsylvania Maple Festival | News

MEYERSDALE, Pa. — The sweet goodness of Somerset County maple syrup will be on display at the 75th Annual Pennsylvania Maple Festival. Billed as the sweetest festival in Pennsylvania, the event will take place April 23-24 and April 27-May 1 at venues around Meyersdale. Many activities will center on Maple …

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Finglas priest saw ‘too many murders’, funeral of gunshot victim hears

Dozens of bikers staged a show of force at the funeral of 29-year-old James Whelan (aka Whela), who was shot dead in an alleged gang feud in Finglas, north Dublin. Bikers did donuts, wheelies and spins before, during and after Mr Whelan’s funeral at River Mount Parish Church in Finglas. …

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