Room request! The Stafford – Today

There are plenty of contemporary and modern hotels in London, ones that offer the latest in dining and high tech. But there’s something about stepping into a sort of time shift when you visit the city that adds a charming touch to any trip to the UK. The Stafford is …

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Ottumwa resident and former Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont wrestling coach charged with sexual assault

OTTUMWA, Iowa (KCRG) – Minnesota police have charged Brett David Little, 40, with felony sexual conduct in the 3rd degree with force or coercion. Officials say in April 2019, officers responded to a report of a sexual assault that occurred in the 4200 block of Snelling Ave in Minneapolis. Police …

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Tallahassee Spring Festival Rolls With Parade, Jubilee Saturday

After last year’s pandemic-altered festival at the fairgrounds, it’s nice to have Springtime Tallahassee celebrating under the live oak trees of downtown Tallahassee for 2022. The event takes place rain or shine. In the event of severe weather, updates will be posted on springtimetallahassee.com and the Springtime Facebook page. Here’s …

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I-ACT Sums Up IUPatty’s Weekend | News

Perhaps the biggest events of what was called the IUPatty weekend included the Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team’s return Friday from the NCAA Division II tournament and a postponement due to weather for a traditional Sunday campus cleaning effort. However, according to a compilation provided by Michelle Fryling, …

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‘Drinking Habits’ performed by Coach House Players – Daily Freeman

Drinking habits interpreted by Coach House Players Newspaper reporters Sally, played by Marianne Mangan and Paul, played by Thomas Muller, rehearse a scene from the play Drinking Habits, produced by the Coach House Players in Kingston, NY Sally, a journalist played by Marianne Mangan, left, and Mother Superior, played by …

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Rural pubs must reinvent themselves as food halls to survive – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

Galway politicians have used the Oireachtas printing press to produce more than 600,000 documents to communicate with voters over the past two years. The papers are produced and printed for Senators and TDs free of charge, but cost the Houses of the Oireachtas more than €15,000 in 2020 and 2021. …

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At the dawn of the age of the automobile, San Antonio was a hub for sales, service

My grandfather and great-uncle, Pablo Cortez and Taylor Cortez, worked for Winerich Auto Sales in San Antonio in the 1920s and 1930s. They both painted cars. I guess you might find more information about this business, which was located at the corner of Broadway and Third streets, across from the …

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Galway man’s passion breathes new life into old Raleigh bikes – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

The long-awaited new operating theaters for orthopedic surgery at Merlin Park Hospital could be operational within a month. That’s what the HSE told Galway West Independent TD Noel Grealish, with construction of the two operating theaters due to be completed by the end of March – ending a shortage of …

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Kingfly Spirits in Strip District is making something new: a daytime cafe

The Strip District Kingfly Spirits distillery is known for its whiskeys, spiced rums, vodka, gin and liquor, served as cocktails in its lively bar in the evenings. Now Kingfly has added freshly brewed coffee to the mix, looking to claim Daylight Hours as well. Kingfly Café opened Wednesday in the …

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The Walkabout: Street smarts – Hudson Valley One

70 West Chestnut, known as Cloverly when built, circa 1895. (Photos by CJ Ansorge) You don’t need to download “The Walking Tour of The Chestnut Street Historic District and Neighborhood” only the Friends of Historic Kingston (fohk.org) came together for a perfectly enjoyable stroll through one of Kingston’s most impressive …

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Prime rib sandwich and other “yums” at the food truck concert this weekend at Holtermann’s

STATEN ISLAND, NY — In a rotating showcase of Staten Island chefs at Holtermann’s at 405 Arthur Kill Rd., this Saturday has a particularly nerdy guest on the way. That would be chef Mike DiLeo, the creator of Fried Mac ‘n’ Cheese Bites and other cheese dishes, who arrive in …

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The Shop at 19th & Chestnut brings business to Erie’s Little Italy

VIDEO ID 9454227002 Pat and Rachel McCreary flew under the radar with a project that spanned a decade. But over the past few years, as they worked to transform the corner of 19th and Chestnut streets into an inviting space, their project became a highlight of Erie’s Little Italy neighborhood. …

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What’s important to Jonathan Toews of the Blackhawks for the rest of his playing career? – Athleticism

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Jonathan Toews knows very little about his NHL career beyond being captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. He played an unlettered rookie season in the NHL and has worn the team’s “C” ever since. Whether the Blackhawks did well by Toews or anyone who could realistically take on …

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Former Citadel coach Ed Conroy returns to coach the Bulldogs again | Citadel

The Citadelle reconnects with the past to approach its basketball future. Former Bulldogs coach and player Ed Conroy will be named the next military school coach, athletic director Mike Capaccio said March 23. Conroy signed a contract with the military school on Wednesday and a press conference is scheduled for …

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The $3.25M Cobourg property has 4 homes, including a heritage mansion

COBURG Location: 9421 County Road 2, County 2 Rd. and Joe Oliver Rd. Ask for a price: $3,250,000 Cut: Four houses including 6,400 sq.ft. Principal residence; 1,700 square foot home at the front of the property; 2,000 square foot home in back; 5,000 square feet homecoming Parcel: approximately 6.6 acres, …

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How Dennis Gates’ rise from Chicago prep guard to Cal freshman captain leads him to Mizzou | Mizzou Sports News

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Twenty-five years ago, Dennis Gates was full of surprises on his recruiting visit to the Bay Area. Gates, one of several Division I prospects on his high school team in Chicago, was in Berkeley, Calif., visiting the California campus when, on his second day there, coach Ben …

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A massive fire led to many changes in Enid at the turn of the century | News

Jake Roach crawled under the St. Joe’s Hotel, which was in the southwest area of ​​Enid’s downtown plaza. He carefully cradled his bundle of 18 sticks of dynamite. Jake placed six sticks of dynamite under the east corner of the hotel, six more under the center of the hotel, and …

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Period views: a view from above

There are times in life when we comfortably dream of the impossible, sleepy hours spent flying through the countryside on a sunny summer day above the brilliant blue sky. Such dreams are now a reality, but there was a time when such thoughts were only the result of a very …

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A huge thank you to our bus and train operators on Transit Operator Appreciation Day!

Over the past decade, Metro has joined other agencies in celebrating Transit Operator Appreciation Day; one day which recognizes the public service of drivers of public transport vehicles. This celebration will take place March 18, the day when modern public transport – horse-drawn carriages – started circulating in Paris in …

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Historic District Commission discusses 139 The Great Road as new home for fire station

The Historic District Commission may thwart construction of a new fire station at 139 The Great Road. The property at 30 North Road – currently the Bedford Motel – appeared to HDC members as the obvious alternative. Although the purchase of 139 The Great Road will not be decided until …

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NCAA coach saved the day for Buffalo man’s 2020 wedding

RICHMOND, Va. (WIVB) — One of the coaches heading to Buffalo for the NCAA tournament saved the day for a Buffalo native and his wife by offering to have their wedding at his house. Chris Mooney is the coach of the Richmond Spiders men’s basketball team, which will play at …

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‘Larger than life’ dust monitoring facility is one of a kind

A research center at the University of Miami in Barbados is responsible for one of the largest archives of aerosol filters in the world and provides essential information on the transport of Saharan dust particles through the Atlantic. Located inside two shipping containers at the eastern end of a Barbados …

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The case of a disputed garage in the Licking Riverside district of Covington is now in the Court of Appeal

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A Kenton County judge’s decision on the real estate dispute between neighbors over ownership of a garage in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside neighborhood has now been appealed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. . The contentious lawsuit pits neighbors Marc Tischbein and Peggy Rankin, owners of …

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Medved feels more and more at home

He didn’t stop talking about a good game, he went out and showed people he was serious. And sincere. And genuine. He was meeting fans at the first spring football game after he was hired, drawing a crowd of cheering fans to the stadium lobby. He was in public, with …

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Apple TV’s ‘Dickinson’ crosses the centuries to chronicle the life of a poet

My first glimpse of the Apple TV show “Dickinson,” which centers on the life of American poet Emily Dickinson, came from a wandering music video I saw on TikTok. I probably would have scrolled if I hadn’t seen a comment surprised that it was based on a real person. I …

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Five Bridgerton-style Midland homes for sale to live out your dreams of Georgian romance

With excitement building ahead of Netflix’s second series of Bridgerton, we take a look at the stunning Georgian properties for sale in Worcestershire, Birmingham and the wider Midlands. Full of historic features reminiscent of Regency-era elegance, these homes, for sale on Rightmove, are guaranteed to bust Penelope Featherington’s bodice. You …

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Scheduling requests approved and denied in Swindon this week

EASTCOTT: The developers want to transform a former lawyer’s office in the old town into two apartments. Few details were submitted in the application, but the plans seek permission to convert the basement of the office into a one-bedroom studio and to convert the first and second floors of the …

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5 Romantic Places to Renew Your Vows – Best Life

Vow renewals can be a special way to celebrate the many years you’ve had with your partner. If you’re looking to reaffirm your commitment to each other, planning a ceremony is a meaningful way to show how much you care for each other on your own terms. Maybe you want …

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The Celtics days of Kevin Garnett – The Athletic

Before winning a championship with the Boston Celtics and earning a spot for his jersey in the TD Garden rafters, Kevin Garnett had to face Gabe Pruitt. The guard out of USC only lasted two seasons in the NBA. He never averaged more than 2.1 points per game in the …

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A tradition straddling cruelty

With wounds on different parts of the body, stench and filth all around, amidst the great clamor of the streets, the horses continue. They drag their feet while moving with half-closed eyes. They don’t even have the energy to neigh loudly anymore. Horse carts are known as tam-tams. These old …

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OVER TIME: Week of March 9, 2022 | News

100 years ago American Legion post Roy Hamm of Monticello will present “a pair of sixes” at the Monticello Opera. It can be seen on two different nights. The Village of DeLand’s board meeting last Monday evening included discussions on items such as repairing the village hall chimney and purchasing …

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Tornado damage prompts action by Central Football Team

Center football players take on some of the heavy work on the farm for freshman defensive lineman Brock Jackson. Soccer March 9, 2022 Players help clean up a teammate’s family farm after Saturday’s storm History links …

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Residents want to stop construction of Well 6 pumping station in Gibsons

With multiple calls for a ‘stop work order’ on the Shaft 6 pump station project during a March 8 community consultation, residents of Gibsons’ Oceanmount Boulevard appear to share little common ground with the city on plans to build this facility in their neighborhood. . City staff invited area residents …

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San Antonio business conventions are slowly returning, like ‘SprayFoam 2022’

Crowds of spray-foam housing contractors swarmed the Espee where a DJ, under multicolored disco lighting, sang hits by Alan Jackson and the song Barbie by Danish pop group Aqua. “Sprayfoam Worldwide!” shouted the DJ, announcing an after party at 1902 Nightclub. Horse-drawn carriages lined the street to take participants to …

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A star-studded feast at the Manoir d’Adare

It’s ridiculous to say that Adare Manor feels like home, but no one is more surprised than me. It’s not that I was born in the mansion, far from it. Rather, the iconic five-star hotel manages to feel like both a grand estate and an intimate home thanks to an …

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Sports Bureau: Guards Lobo Mashburn Jr. and House receive Mountain West postseason honors

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – Mountain West playoff honors went to a pair of UNM Lobo guards on Monday. Jamal Mashburn Jr. and Jaelen House are 3rd Team All-Mountain West selections by the media. Mashburn Jr. is the Lobos’ leading scorer and is averaging 18.3 points per game. House is averaging …

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Cart tricycle program saves horses in Edirne, Turkey

Horse carts have been a staple in Keşan, a town in Edirne province in northwestern Turkey, for decades. The local municipality’s new project aims to eliminate the practice of residents transporting loads and people in rustic horse-drawn carts and giving new life to draft animals. The horses have been replaced …

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Jim McKee: Lincoln’s founding block has a long and varied history | Nebraska News

JIM McKEE for Lincoln Journal Star As anyone driving on P, Q, Ninth or 10th Street in downtown Lincoln in December 2021 or January 2022 can attest, the more than half a block once occupied by the Lincoln Journal Star is nearly empty. That leaves most of what the Nebraska …

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Bueckers, No. 7 UConn Women Rout Hoyas in Big East Quarters – NBC Connecticut

UConn coach Geno Auriemma says sophomore star Paige Bueckers wasn’t where she wanted to be when she returned from knee surgery, but she’s getting there. Bueckers came off the bench to score 16 points on Saturday and the No. 7 UConn routed Georgetown 84-38 in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals. …

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KOVELS: ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIONS | News, Sports, Jobs

Between 1803 and 1900, approximately 250 US patents were filed for apple peeler designs. One of the earliest designs dates back to the late 1700s. Apples were a major crop in the United States, and the evolution of kitchen utensils like apple peelers dramatically sped up fall harvest …

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Expensive Homes on the Market in Central Illinois | Local News

The breathtaking 40-acre estate features a magnificent custom home, horse facilities and a fully finished outbuilding. Secluded retreat property with ~35 acres of trees that offers a multitude of recreational and outdoor activities. Beautiful details galore in the 9000+ square foot brick and stone home with 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths …

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Two-bedroom house on sale for £315,000 looks normal from the outside

A HARRY POTTER-inspired apartment in the heart of Edinburgh has gone on sale for £315,000. The two-bedroom property, in the Canongate area of ​​Scotland’s capital, looks normal from the outside, but it’s a Potterhead’s dream once you walk through the front door. 13 A two-bedroom apartment on sale for £315,000 …

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‘I still have it in my house’: Kohli recalls first photo with ‘childhood hero’ Dravid, RCB shares 22-year-old viral photo | locust

Former India captain Virat Kohli on Friday recalled his first-ever photo with ‘childhood hero’ Rahul Dravid during his congratulations ahead of the start of his record 100th appearance for the country in the opener of the two-game series against Sri Lanka in Mohali. Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers …

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County Moves Toward Funding for Court and Event/Recreational Center | Government and politics

DAILY ELKO ELKO – Elko County will reserve portions of the new 50-cent tax rate for wildfire protection and capital projects as it prioritizes a judicial center and event center and leisure for the future. County commissioners this week unanimously approved a motion to set aside 6 cents for the …

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Aaron Burr’s New York home is asking for $10 million

Hamilton lovers take note. One of the West Village’s most photographed homes is back on the market for $9.99 million after a gut renovation. Located at 29 Downing St. in historic Greenwich Village, the 25-foot-wide carriage house was originally built in 1829 on land that belonged to Aaron Burr, America’s …

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Adam Schefter interviews McDaniel on his plans as Miami Dolphins HC

MIAMI GARDENS, FL – FEBRUARY 10: Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel answers questions from the media on February 10, 2022 at the Miami Dolphins Baptist Health Training Complex in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images) Adam Schefter interviewed Miami Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel on his latest podcast, …

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Rides and melodies in Shakib’s mind

Bangladeshi all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan returned to Dhaka yesterday morning alongside the team after a three-game ODI run at Chattogram and, refreshingly, he was available for reporters and answered questions after appearing in afternoon to fulfill a commercial commitment. Everyone was curious about his availability for the next round of …

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Dispute over garage in historic Licking Riverside in Covington finally goes to appeals court

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A real estate dispute in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside has neighbors in a feud that rivals the legendary Hatfields and McCoys – ‘bullets fired’ being legal deposits that come and go and pile up as high as the grand mansion “Main House”. Now that Kenton Circuit …

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Smith Gilbert leads by example

History links By Jean Frierson Personal editor Caryl SmithGilbert is a motivated worker determined to make the most of every day. She knows it, and she knows that others know it too. “I get a lot of gifts from people who have something to do with relaxation,” …

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In the news

Oxford, Mississippi, police chief Jeff McCutchen is working with area junkyards to etch identifying marks on catalytic converters in a bid, he says, to “take money from hands of criminals” as they swipe them to cash in the precious metals. inside. Ben Crump, a civil rights attorney representing two Houston …

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The Horse Chronicle

A fire Sunday morning in Prospect, Ky., killed a horse and destroyed a 36-stall barn at Stone Place Farm. No one was reported injured. The barn was leased to River View Stables, operated by eventers Debbie Snyder and Sarah Younger, and housed 31 horses owned by them and their clients, …

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Local teenagers hold climate change rally outside West Orange Town Hall – Essex News Daily

This slideshow requires JavaScript. WEST ORANGE, NJ Residents of West Orange gathered outside City Hall on February 20 for a student-led climate change rally, complete with a composting demonstration by Roosevelt Middle School’s Environmental Club. Spurred by the landslide that prompted the evacuation of the Ron Jolyn apartment complex after …

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Australian basketball player Nathan Sobey had his Olympic bronze medal stolen | Basketball

Australian basketball player Nathan Sobey has appealed to the public for information after his Olympics bronze medal was stolen from his home in Brisbane. The Boomers and Brisbane Bullets fullback was part of the national team that won Australia’s first men’s basketball medal at the Tokyo Olympics last year by …

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museum begins to honor Jim Crow-era black coachmen | USA News®

By BEN FINLEY, Associated Press NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Black men who drove horse-drawn carriages through the streets of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia were both everywhere and invisible in Jim Crow times. Their wooden coaches helped evoke the late 18th century for visitors including Queen Elizabeth, Sir Winston Churchill and the …

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The long and the short of it…

An undated photo (check car) of the Longhouse and the Shorthouse. Fri, February 25, 2022 11:05 a.m. Over the next five months, the Lewiston Historical Association and the Lewiston Bicentennial Committee will team up with Niagara Frontier Publications to highlight news, events and features commemorating Lewiston’s first 200 years. These …

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Transport Malta law enforcement director Clint Axisa accused of sexual harassment released on bail

Transport Malta’s Director of Enforcement, Clint Axisa, has been taken to court under arrest, charged with sexually harassing employees and committing an offense he was required to prevent. At the end of the 45-minute session, Axisa was released on bail against a deposit of €10,000 and a personal guarantee of …

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Council’s piecemeal approach to permanent outdoor dining

Photo: Eddie Panta Yesterday’s Yes vote brings the city a big step closer to full-right outdoor seating in front of restaurants and bars, but it continues to fragment the permanent plan in effect. The passing of a bill to remove zoning restrictions on sidewalks and roadside cafes by City Council …

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An old church recognized as a cultural heritage site — RealnoeVremya.com

An old church recognized as a cultural heritage site is restored in Tatarstan Photo: courtesy of Alexei Pavlov Work on the conservation of ancient churches with signs of cultural heritage sites continues in Tatarstan. A unique Orthodox church built in 1771 has survived in a predominantly Tatar region of the …

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The electric car was a missed opportunity more than 100 years ago | by Barry Silverstein | February 2022

Electric cars were popular in the early 1900s, but they didn’t catch on. Will they succeed now? Bailey Electric Victoria Phaeton, 1908. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons EElectric cars are all the rage right now. They are being aggressively promoted in virtually every industrialized country in the world. But the …

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Vann Graves reflects on magnifying black voices and the current creative landscape – VCU News

By Joan Tupponce With the February release of “The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Reflection & Expression,” Vann Graves, Ph.D., executive director of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Brandcenter and anthology contributor, adds another accolade to his already long list of accomplishments. Her segment in the anthology, “Another Brick in the Wall,” …

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20 for 20: Jeorg Wuttke, Vice President of BASF

As we continue our celebration of 20 years of The Pekingesewe take a closer look at some of the expats who have been here for two decades and those who have had an outsized impact during their stay. The Pekingese may turn 20, however, Jörg Wuttke celebrates the 40th anniversary …

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Jean G. Foote, 65 | Obituary

BELMONT — Jean G. Foote, 65, of Mile Hill Road, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 11, 2022 at Concord Hospital-Laconia. Jean was born July 5, 1956 in Bridgeport, CT, the daughter of the late John T. and Ethel “Maggie” (Ainsworth) Butler. Jean moved to the Lake District about 30 …

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2002 Retrospective: No. 2 Maryland 112, Virginia 92

At 5:10 p.m. yesterday, a freshman backup named Andre Collins bounced the first basketball on the last day Maryland would play a game on its historic hardwood at Cole Field House. Collins descended into the concrete hallway leading from the Terrapins locker room and, just as hopeful youngsters have done …

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Man exposes Snook’s story and brings her home on Sunday

SNOOK, Texas (KBTX) — An extensive photographic history of Snook was on display at the same location Sunday afternoon. People gathered at SPJST Lodge #9 to see photos of what Snook looked like over 150 years ago. The collection is owned by Bill Elsik, who says his father William, a …

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4 bedroom house in Kingsley – $315,000 |

Swoon! Lovingly restored and completely updated craftsman on half an acre of land. Find all the modern updates and conveniences you expect, along with a high-end restoration of original 1910 features just 30 miles from Sioux City. New air conditioning and furnace in 2021, new paint throughout. The main floor …

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Coventry’s best pubs by area according to Google’s opinion

Coventry has a wonderful range of different pubs across the city, used by hardworking people from all walks of life. Whether it’s great pubs on busy main streets, cozy little pubs tucked away, gastropubs or dank pubs, freehouse or chain, there’s something for everyone in our city. So in a …

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Ode to the roundabout – Stabroek News

Roundabouts have been around for about 250 years. An early version is Paris’ Place D’Etoile (renamed Place Charles de Gaulle) built in 1777 where up to ten lanes of traffic encircle the Arc de Triomphe. Of course, it was originally for horse-drawn carriages and it wasn’t until the 1960s that …

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Fall of society pages at jail disrupts Greenwich

“How was it sealed? ” she asked. Ms McGrath said she was still not used to the signs of prosperity surrounding her. “I drive a Ford versus, you know, a Maserati,” she said. A few stores down past Lululemon and Saks Fifth Avenue, past a Yeti-branded water bowl for thirsty …

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Kansas City Chiefs coaches have lost so far this offseason

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NFL offseason is always a time for change. There have been a number of Kansas City Chiefs coaches who have changed roles and left the team. Here are all the coaches parting ways with the Chiefs this offseason: Sam Madison, cornerbacks coach The former Miami …

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What is Ems? Do We Indians Know Presentation by Ziqitza Healthcare

Ziqitza Health Care Ltd. (ZHL), a public-private partnership organization with the Government of India, provides ambulances with state-of-the-art technological equipment and well-trained paramedics for patients requiring emergency response medical service, through several says the India. Over the years Ziqitza has taken a lot of effort to educate people to understand …

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Mina Starsiak Hawk Teases More ‘Layers of Drama’ for HGTV’s ‘Good Bones’ Season 7 (Exclusive)

good bones Season 7 will return this summer, but before the HGTV show’s all-new series of episodes featuring rehabbed homes in downtown Indianapolis alongside an affable mother-daughter duo, the series Mina Starsiak Hawk told PopCulture.com exclusively that the next season will see “a lot more layers to the drama” than …

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Michelin Guide 2022: No new stars for Yorkshire but seven restaurants keep theirs and new openings hailed

The 2022 Michelin Guide was released today and there was some disappointing news for Yorkshire, with no new stars awarded to restaurants in the area. However, seven restaurants have retained theirs: the businesses of Tommy Banks, The Black Swan in Oldstead and Roots in York; The Pipe and Glass in …

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The story of the first car accident in Greece

A 1922 car accident. Credit: public domain The first officially recorded car accident in Greece happened on a Sunday in March 1907, around 11:30 a.m. Tragically, the country’s first-ever car accident was fatal, as a pedestrian was struck by the vehicle as she attempted to cross the street. The crash …

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Clevelanders cash in by renting out their homes for All-Star Week

CLEVELAND — All eyes will be on Cleveland for the 75th NBA All-Star Game. “It is estimated that more than two billion people worldwide will consume some of this event. It just helps Cleveland in a lot of ways in terms of continuing to improve the perception of Cleveland,” said …

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Last week at the State Capitol: Lawmakers celebrate black history and hear from Coach Calipari in week six | Local News

FRANKFURT — The sounds of a legislative session have a flair all their own — the roll-call vote, the banging of the gavel, the chatter on the hall floor. In week six of the 2022 legislative session, it was the voice of a fourth-grade student from Louisville that captured the …

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Philadelphia and CSX railroad collide over who pays to fix a bridge

As if city life in Southwest Philadelphia wasn’t tough enough, along comes one of the wealthiest railroad companies in the country, offering to tear down a decaying bridge and transform the busy street in front of your business into a permanent cul-de-sac. The same goes for Bill Janes and other …

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Generous donation will help introduce Emily Dickinson to new generations (editorial)

Emily Dickinson could never have imagined the global sensation she would one day become. The world she lived in in the 19th century revolved around Amherst, even when her friend Samuel Bowles, publisher of the Springfield Republican, shared her work in what was then New England’s most influential newspaper. The …

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It may be a farewell tour, but Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is focused solely on winning in BC.

The Blue Devils are a Final Four caliber team, and they beat the fiery Eagles, 72-61, in front of a crowd of 8,606, including at least half Duke fans. A program with such a tradition travels well and the ACC is filled with these benchmark programs, which almost makes it …

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Princess Sofia of Sweden’s engagement ring broke royal tradition – here’s how

While we know everything there is to know about British Royal Family engagement rings, we don’t know as much about the other amazing rings that other Royals around the world have received. of their half when they knelt down. In 2014, Prince Carl Philip of Sweden offered to model Sofia …

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Coach Outlet Just Got A Bunch Of New Arrivals ‘Direct To Coach Retail Stores’, And You Need To See The Reduced Prices

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and offers we like. If you also like them and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Shopping at outlet stores can be a bit …

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If MLB adopts universal DH, hackers lack internal candidates beyond 1B Yoshi Tsutsugo

When MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced that the owners had agreed to adopt the universal designated hitter, he promised to end a National League tradition and force the Pittsburgh Pirates to adjust their roster. For the first time since the baseball lockdown began on Dec. 2, Manfred spoke publicly at …

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A pensioner injured by a horse and cart thrown into a ditch by a truck

A PENSIONER was hospitalized when a lorry forced his horse and cart off the road and into a ditch, with the animal also injured. Kirsty Taylor was out with her 72-year-old father Barrie and their horse Blue on Tuesday morning near the Rettendon Turnpike on the outskirts of Battlesbridge when …

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10 defunct car brands we wish were still there

Among the most eccentric automotive brands, Saab has created unique cars using meager budgets coupled with ingenious Swedish engineering solutions. Among the many quirks of a Saab are the location of the key in the center of the console between the front seats and the placement of their 4-cylinder engine …

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Fascinating oral history project at Brough House opens Sunday | Maitland’s Mercury

news, Brough House will open its doors with an exciting exhibition on Sunday February 13, telling the stories of students and teachers from Maitland Girls High School during Maitland’s time during World War II. The oral history project was organized by Friends of Grossmann and Brough Houses, who interviewed 15 …

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451 rhinos poached in 2021 | News

A total of 451 rhinos were poached in South Africa between January and December 2021, the South African government confirmed in a statement released on Tuesday, February 8, 2022. This is a 13% increase in rhino numbers. killed by poachers in the country during 2020, when local and international travel …

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Pedicab company seeks approval from Asheville City Council

Jordan Hrivnak is ready to start pedaling. He knows the hills of Asheville can be brutal for bikers, but that doesn’t stop his dream of opening a rickshaw business downtown this spring, putting a new spin on urban transportation. However, not everyone shares his enthusiasm. The Asheville City Council heard …

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Muhlenberg Greene architects breathe new life into old buildings

Former factory buildings converted into a residence for the elderly. A former carriage shed transformed into a space for meetings, training and conviviality. A historic hotel transformed into modern apartments and commercial space. What was once a chandelier factory has been transformed into a hip distillery and tasting room. These …

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Australia News – I am not offering myself any work

News South Australia and Adelaide Strikers coach not entertaining Australian men’s work Jason Gillespie doesn’t want to coach Australia’s men’s team while describing Justin Langer’s messy exit as ‘heartbreaking’. Gillespie, who is the South Australia manager and former manager of the English counties of Sussex and Yorkshire, had been touted …

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Charming American Cities You Haven’t Heard Of But Should Visit

These fifteen crowd-free cities are hidden gems of their states, with plenty of modern comforts, a myriad of activities, and natural wonders awaiting eager tourists. With many establishments located near major cities, you can go to these new places, enjoying the varied landscapes along the way. Ausable Chasm, New York …

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Saratoga Community Briefings for the week of Feb. 11 – The Mercury News

Art opening in Hakone A sculpture exhibit by San Jose artist Ken Matsumoto is at Hakone Estate and Gardens and is set to open Feb. 20. Matsumoto has been working with stone slabs, concrete, glass and steel since 1976. The exhibition features his stone sculpture works.The Hakone Foundation presents the …

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Forbes India – Lata Mangeshkar: Voice That United India

Despite being blessed with a perfect voice and achieving greatness, Lata Mangeshkar never took her talent or stature for granted.Image: Sebastian D’Souza/AFP Lata Mangeshkar had often said that if given a choice, she would not like to be reborn as Lata Mangeshkar. There has been a lot of pain, …

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Mathews baseball remembers legendary coach | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted. Dan Kennedy (left) helps build what is now known as “Dan Kennedy Field” with Jeff Kornfield (middle) and Tom Kennedy (right). For more than 50 years, not a day has gone by that baseball hasn’t been on Dan Kennedy’s mind. The 1953 Vienna High School graduate traveled throughout …

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Discover the Ford Bronco Pope Francis Center Edition

Certain vehicles have been linked to certain personalities, whether in fiction or in real life. The bond is so strong that the mere mention of the vehicle instantly reminds us of a certain personality. For example, the Duke brothers from the television show Dukes of Hazzard are linked to a …

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Birr presbytery is sold – Offaly Express

THE FORMER Church of Ireland Rectory on Glebe Street has been sold. Salters Sterling, of the Church of Ireland Representative Church in Birr, told the Midland Tribune the building had been on the market since June 2021 when it emptied. He said the sale closed in mid-January. The new owner …

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The woman behind the crown: The Queen’s playful sense of humor and quick wit

The Queen is known for her devotion to her royal duty, her composure and her stoicism. In the words of the late Duke of Edinburgh, she has “the quality of tolerance in abundance”. As a 70-year-old monarch about to mark her platinum jubilee, her knowledge of constitutional matters, royal diplomacy …

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All aboard for Spencer Street

By Ashley Smith – Royal Historical Society of Victoria While transporting goods and passengers to and from nearby docks and the city, a single steam engine stops at Spencer Street Station (now Southern Cross Station) to smile for the camera. This photo was taken by photographer Charles Nettleton, who has …

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Salt Lake City is cutting teaching jobs and will start thinking about which schools to close

Salt Lake City schools have lost so many students that, on paper, they need to shed the equivalent of 76.5 full-time educators next year, district leaders warned Tuesday. School board members voted to soften that cut by about half — but they also agreed to begin the process of evaluating …

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