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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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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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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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TAIT: Clark Gillies’ ties to Edmonton were forged with characteristic warmth and humor

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Clark Gillies, left, poses with former Oilers Marty McSorley and Paul Coffey at an event in Calgary in 2017. Postmedia file Content of the article In 1991, a group of friends from Edmonton stood outside Moose Jaw’s Hillcrest Golf Club on a warm Saskatchewan evening, 10 hours …

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Bay Shore was “Hollywood East” in the early years of the American film industry

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news in New York In the early 1900s, delighted audiences sat in darkened theaters, mesmerized by the shimmering tinted or tinted images projected onto a screen. The films had no soundtrack; movies were silent at …

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Main Street offering free carriage rides on Thursday evenings

Ardmore’s new holiday tradition is back for the second year. Starting tonight and returning for the next two Thursdays, the Ardmore Main Street Authority will be offering free horse-drawn carriage rides in the Depot District. The event will coincide with several downtown retailers that will remain open for extended hours. …

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Christmas in the Parade: Beloved Tradition Returns to Downtown Washington | New

It looked like a miracle on Main Street as hundreds gathered in downtown Washington for the beloved Christmas parade, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic. “It’s a great turnout,” said Von Lacock of Washington. He and his wife, Lynn, arrived early in the evening to claim seats …

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Full recap of Story County winter festivals and markets

Ames Main Street will hold its annual Snow Magic celebration from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday. The festivities include a tree-lighting ceremony, horse-drawn carriage rides, tours with Santa, activities for the kids, and a hot cider competition called WassailFest. “Snow Magic is so much fun,” Sarah Dvorsky, executive …

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“His word was his link”

Bob Mart was always the first to walk through the door. The longtime chief of the Altona Police Department made this clear to officers under his command, even though there was no such policy in the department. Actions considered to be contrary to Mart’s edict would not be tolerated. Then …

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Christmas Parade – Times Gazette

The Hillsboro Illuminated Christmas Parade, hosted by the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association (HUBA) and the City of Hillsboro, will be held on Saturday, December 11 at 6 p.m. According to Jennifer Cundiff-Maurer, HUBA Board Member and Parade Coordinator, “Christmas Toyland” is the theme for this year’s parade. She said the …

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Get Thrifty – Eugene Weekly

What started out for me as a budget necessity has turned into a passion in its own right. A wise woman in my life once told me that she could walk into a thrift store and run her hands through the shelves to quickly find each cashmere sweater. While I’m …

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All the latest Lake District National Park planning apps

HERE are the current active plans for the Lake District National Park. Replacement of the old septic tank with the new Graf One2Clean Standard 1 x 4800l wastewater treatment plant, Rockwood, Beck Head, Witherslack, Grange-Over-Sands. For Mrs. Carol Kennedy-Filer. One-story infill extension to the front elevation, 11, Rayrigg Rise, Windermere. …

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A life at the forefront of community health education

After a decades-long career helping young families, seniors and low-income people regain their health and social independence, Bernice Marmel’s deep commitment to the community has only deepened as ‘she defended the well-being of her neighbors. On April 28, 2021, the longtime Winnipeg resident, lawyer, mother, friend and recipient of the …

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Here’s what to do at the Illinois State Fair

Veterans and their immediate families are admitted to the grounds free of charge. A veterans parade and activities are some of the highlights of the day. Discounted passes for veteran families. 8h00 – Open Simmental Show, Breeding center08h00 – Open lamb market, sheepfold8h00 – Open Barrows Show, pigsty8:00 am – …

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Karoo Roads II, a visual journey

Philipstown in the Northern Cape is famous for its annual Draadkarretjie (Metal Car) Grand Prix in the summer, when the normally sleepy little town comes alive with a series of races on its streets. Photography: Chris Marais Karoo Roads II is the sequel to the popular Karoo Roads I book …

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8 best things to do in beautiful Wiscasset

Located along Coast Route 1, Wiscasset, Maine is a perfect little town and a great place to stop and enjoy a quintessential day in mid-coast of Maine. This Maine town is packed with historic buildings, offers amazing antiques, unique stays, and top-notch lobster rolls. Just north of Boothbay Harbor and …

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Area guide: The Harpenden area in Hertfordshire

The move from London to Harpenden in search of great schools and fast rail links has never been more popular than it is today. After a succession of closures, residents of the capital have never been more eager to seek out the additional space and surrounding countryside that a move …

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Are you mad at the Fed? You should be

In wide distribution remarksFederal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell recently said the Fed’s COVID-19 response is “absolutely not” contributing to income inequality. But our data indicates that Powell’s claim is absolutely false. We are proposing an alternative policy that tackles the underlying source of the economic decline while seeking to ensure …

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