Keynote speaker reflects on her role as an ASL interpreter for DeWine’s COVID-19 briefings

Marla Berkowitz has been hired as an American Sign Language interpreter for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s coronavirus briefings. Berkowitz, a lecturer in Ohio State’s ASL program, is the only ASL Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) in Ohio State. Credit: Marla Berkowitz Many have helped spread information about the COVID-19 pandemic around …

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Corporate America fumes over Biden’s economic package

This is an audio transcription of the FT press briefing podcast episode: Corporate America fumes over Biden’s economic package Marc FilipinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Wednesday, August 10, and it’s your FT News Briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] President Joe Biden’s economic package appears to be about to pass, and …

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More podcasts from Rachel Maddow, which was reportedly launched by SiriusXM. | Story

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who quit hosting her nightly cable TV show to take on other projects, said she’s been working on a new historical non-fiction podcast that will be released this fall. In an interview with vanity loungeMaddow said the show would be similar to her previous podcast Men’s …

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Heardle Answers August 10: Spotify’s Heardle Song Hints and Today’s Answer

Heardle is the daily puzzle that all music fans must try their hand at. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself with the New York Times Wordle for months. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s how to play the game …

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Meet the judges for the 2022 Radio Today Podcast Awards, Pt. 2

Welcome to part two of our Meet the Judges episode, spotlighting the industry professionals who judge the Radio Today Podcast Awards 2022. Last week we presented the first wave of our judges participate in judging the talents of podcasters vying for our first places. This latest unveiling brings another strong …

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Prakash Raj donates free ambulance to the poor in memory of Puneeth Rajkumar

August 07, 2022, 2:13 PM IST Actor Prakash Raj announced on Saturday that his Prakash Raj Foundation had donated a free ambulance for the poor in memory of the late Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar. AppuXpress | Photo: Twitter Chennai: Actor Prakash Raj announced on Saturday that his Prakash Raj Foundation …

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Baylor in the news – July 31-August. 6, 2022 | Media and public relations

Media Contact: Baylor University Media and Public Relations254-710-1961Follow us on twitter: @BaylorUMedia WACO, Texas (August 5, 2022) – Researchers and faculty experts from Baylor University were featured in national and local media articles as they shared their thoughts and expertise on the survey data on Baylor’s Religion which shows how …

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Podcast: Movie accelerator takes Israel from high-tech to content nation

Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly podcast. This week, we talk to two of the co-founders of New Legend, a pioneering company in funding Israeli film and television content. After Israeli filmmakers and showrunners spent years seeking government funding and local production studios, New Legend has …

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Ruel is playing a free show in Sydney this month

After his highly anticipated performance Splendor in the Grass fell victim to bad weather, Ruel is catching up with fans with a special free show in his hometown of Sydney. Presented by Amazon Music, the singer-songwriter will take to the stage in the city for the first time in over …

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Back to the Beach Podcast, Laguna Beach Reality Series

Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photos by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for IMG and Dear Media Revisiting your youth can be difficult – especially if it’s a Frankensteined version of a youth that was documented, edited and produced by a television network company for the enjoyment of millions around the world. One imagines it …

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Veteran music producer Roslan Aziz said to be free of stage four lymphoma

Legendary Malaysian music producer and sound engineer Roslan Aziz is believed to be free of stage four lymphoma after being diagnosed with it last year. — Photo by Azrul Kevin Abdullah via Facebook/Roslan Aziz By Arif Zikri Wednesday 03 August 2022 15:20 MYT KUALA LUMPUR, August 3 – Veteran music …

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US kills al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in drone strike in Afghanistan

“I authorized a precision strike that would remove him from the battlefield, once and for all,” Biden said. Zawahiri had taken refuge in downtown Kabul to reunite with his family, Biden said, and was killed in what a senior administration official described as “a precisely tailored airstrike” using two missiles …

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Reassessing the Trans “Twist” in “Sleepaway Camp” [Podcast]

Reassessing the Trans “Twist” in “Sleepaway Camp” [Podcast]

Judy Judy Judy After five weeks of nothing but Camp films, including a mockumentary re-enactment Gorgeous Drop Dead3d monstrosity Nurseand a pair of shocking and offensive ’70s tracks from John Waters (Female problem) and Paul Morrissey (Flesh for Frankenstein), Trace and I – with a returning guest Ten Backe – …

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Euro 2022: England to celebrate with fans at Trafalgar Square event

Thousands of England fans will celebrate the Lionesses’ Euro 2022 triumph in Trafalgar Square at 11am today – with FREE entry, a trophy and music from DJ Monki – as the National Day continues England beat Germany 2-1 to win the European Championship at Wembley Celebrations continued late into the …

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DMI wins 5-year NIH contract

Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI DMI has been given a 5-year work order to continue supporting the National Institute of Health’s Intramural Database enterprise-wide system. The contract focuses on the system that facilitates annual report data collection for the NIH intramural research program, as well as data collection in several areas …

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B-Roll, Video, Audio, Photos and Quick Transcript: Governor Hochul Announces Applications Open for Comprehensive East Buffalo Resident Support Programs

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul announced that applications are open for comprehensive programs to support residents of East Buffalo as part of the state’s historic $50 million targeted investments. The Governor announced that applications WILL be available MONDAY for the second round of the $4 million East Side …

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The week in audio: British Podcast Awards 2022; Media storm; Decode; Songbook and more | Podcasts

UK Podcast Awards 2022media storm (The House of the Guilty Feminist) | Apple.comDecode | SpotifySongbook (White Rabbit) | Apple.comWe miss Amy Winehouse | SpotifyThe Bad Vibes Museum | BBC Sounds Last weekend UK Podcast Awards was the usual fun affair, although distributing the gongs took a long time. Thirty-three awards! …

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Free live music festival taking place today in Darwen’s bars and pubs

A music festival is taking place at various venues in an east Lancashire town today. DBL Town Music Fest 2022 will be held in Darwen from 1pm today (Saturday July 30) and will feature live music at several bars and clubs around town. Organized by Darwen Bars and Leisure (DBL), …

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“Fishing for fossils on the farm” – Jurassic marine world discovered in a farmer’s field

Many of the specimens collected will be donated to the park’s local museum, Stroud, where they will form an important part of the museum’s paleontology collections. One of the team, Alexia Clark, the Museum’s Documentation and Collections Manager, said: “We are delighted to expand our knowledge of the geology of …

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Friends, Colleagues and Family Hope to Honor Vancouver Studio Talent Olivia Quan with Audio Excellence Award

Friends and colleagues of Olivia Quan have launched a GoFundMe campaign to honor the late Vancouver engineer and producer. Money raised will be used to create a fund in his name that will be used to help future generations pursue careers in recording and studio work. Quan died suddenly on …

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MrBallen is YouTube’s great podcast

In every episode of Mr Ballen, series host John Allen appears in the center of the frame, usually dressed in a plaid shirt with a few buttons undone and a backwards-facing baseball cap, and slowly talks to viewers about the events of a true crime “strange, dark and mysterious”. story. …

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Oregon’s EPR Committee for Packaging Law Begins Detailed Implementation Process

Diving Brief: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s New EPR Rulemaking Advisory Committee began working out details on how to implement the Extended Producer Responsibility program for packaging known as Recycling Modernization Act. Regulations Consultative Committee met for the first time on July 20 to discuss details of the implementation of …

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Mayor Adams, Acting MOPD Commissioner Jackson, Host of the ADA Sapolin Awards Reception in Honor of the 32nd Ann

July 26, 2022 NEW YORK – New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Acting Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for Persons with Disabilities (MOPD) Martha Jackson celebrated the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) tonight by honoring a number of people and organizations that have contributed significantly …

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China Perspective Podcast: Evergrande Appoints New CEO, Will Things Change for the Struggling Company?

In this week’s China Perspective, the team discusses China’s reaction to the visit to Taiwan by Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, a new CEO of the China Evergrande Group and the expected change in the dynamics within the company. Moreover, China fines carpooling giant Didi …

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Heardle Answers July 26: Spotify’s Heardle Song Hints and Today’s Answer

Prove you know your headliners inside out by checking off today’s musical spirit powered by Spotify Heardle. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself for months with the spirit of the New York Times. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s …

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Publishers sue Internet Archive for lending e-books

Comment this story Comment Early in the pandemic, teachers and librarians pleaded with a major nonprofit to make it easier for children at home to access books in its digital library. The organization, called the Internet Archive, agreed. While it traditionally lent its more than one million digital books to …

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How Malcolm Gladwell Could Enable a Campus Conversation of ‘I Hate the Ivy League’

I Hate the Ivy League: Riffs and Rants About Elite Education Published in July 2022. Malcolm Gladwell has some tough things to say about elite higher education. We should listen. If Malcolm or any of the smart people working at Pushkin are listening (I know they’re smart because we chatted …

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“The Week” Podcast #16: Yuzuru Hanyu, Geothermal Energy, COVID Strikes Again

You’re the reason JAPAN Forward launched The Week – a podcast for busy people who want to keep up to date with Japanese culture, politics, business, economics and research, as well as sports. Hosted by Arielle Busetto. In our sixteenth episode, we spotlight famed skateboarder Yuzuru Hanyu and his recent …

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“My fans are like my family, I love the attention they give me”

Singer Darshan Raval was first seen as a contestant on a singing reality show when he was just 20 years old. Over the years, he has captured the love of millions of his fans by delivering hit tracks. He is currently garnering praise for his latest music video Baarishon Mein. …

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Visit of Pope Francis to Canada and appeals to the Vatican to return the artifacts

The Vatican Museums are home to some of the most magnificent works of art in the world, from Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel to ancient Egyptian antiquities. But one of the museum’s least-visited collections becomes its most contested ahead of Pope Francis’ trip to Canada which begins on Sunday July 23. This …

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New Yorkers suffer from excessive noise

Craig Boruchov, a resident of Kips Bay for more than 20 years, says that since the pandemic and especially this summer, noise levels are the worst they’ve ever been. “It can be noisy at times, because now you can hear sirens,” Boruchov said. “You can’t really open your windows.” What …

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In Your Opinion podcast: Why outdoor adventure education in Singapore matters

Highlights (click/tap above): 1:00 What is outdoor adventure education? 4:45 David and Edvan share their personal experience of outdoor adventure education and convince Grace to take on the challenge of a high ropes course 11:15 The state of the outdoor adventure education community in Singapore 5:30 p.m. Improving safety standards …

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Discover fun, free music and more this weekend | Entertainment

So much to do this weekend: The Dane County Fair in full swing Alliant Energy Center, with lots of animals on display, freestyle motocross, workhorses, vendors, carnival rides and more. The gates to the fair open at 9 a.m. Friday through Sunday and the carnival opens at noon. Activity and …

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Minnesota Aurora coach reflects on his winning season

CATHY WURZER: Glad you’re with us here on Minnesota Now, from MPR News. I am Cathy Wurzer. Minnesota’s Aurora women’s soccer team wraps up its remarkable first-ever season this week. And so far they are undefeated and they are playing for the championship. The league match is on Saturday against …

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MLB All-Star, British Open, Barkley-LIV and more | SMW-Podcast

It’s an all-new episode of the show featuring everything from baseball’s “Midsummer Classic” to audiences for golf’s latest major and more on the “SportsMediaWatch.com Podcast.” Host TJ Rives comes back with Jon Lewis (aka “Paulsen”) from SportsMediaWatch.com to discuss the latest topics, rankings and also have a special guest this …

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Music Venue Trust partners with Free Now to guarantee popular concerts

Artist news Company news Concerts and festivals Live Business By Andy Malt | Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 The Music Venue Trust has announced a new partnership with transportation app Free Now, which is also the new title sponsor of the Mercury Prize. It will see Free Now cover …

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Data collectors – Syrian Arab Republic

Data collector (daily contract) About the stitch DOT was created as an NGO by a group of humanitarian experts from the diaspora. As an NGO, the co-founders of POINT realized the critical gaps between aid and the need to build community resilience. We at POINT believe that the best solutions …

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Curfews are meant to keep children safe, but do they?

“When you take kids indoors, they may be less likely to be the victims,” ​​said study author and Purdue University economist Jillian Carr. “But if you think having no witnesses and potential victims makes it a little easier for someone to pull the trigger, that may explain why you might …

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Politics podcast: Americans not happy with Biden. Or Republicans.

Last week, The New York Times and Siena College released their first midterm poll. It covered a wide range of issues, from opinions on Biden and Trump, to the state of the economy and our democracy. The poll showed widespread pessimism towards the country and the leaders of both parties. …

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Apple Confirms New Flagship Store Opening With Cheerful, Witty Floral Display

The new Brompton Road Apple Store in London is almost here. Apple This morning, Apple unveiled its brand new Apple Store and announced its opening on July 28 in Brompton Road in London. He announced the news by displaying it on a beautiful display outside the store. MORE FORBESExactly when …

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The historian’s new book dives deep into the history of Parry Sound

Each chapter of Andrew Hind’s latest volume highlights a resident, landmark or industry that has contributed to Parry Sound’s rich history Founded in Stone 2: More stories about the early days of Parry Sound and its district is the latest book from Simcoe County author Andrew Hind. The second volume …

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Rubina Pabani and Poppy Jay: “We are not sexperts – we are sex clowns” | Podcast

IIn a photographer’s studio, two successful professional women in brightly colored dresses and gold earrings have their pictures taken. On the right, Rubina Pabani, head of short form at ITN Productions (“I work in podcasting and video, pitching, team building”), currently on maternity leave for her first child. On the …

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Heardle Answers July 17: Spotify’s Heardle Song Hints and Today’s Answer

Let your music do the talking and put your knowledge to the test with the puzzle Heardle. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself for months with the spirit of the New York Times. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s …

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The week in audio: Two Mr P in a Pod(cast); Teach me a lesson; Separate schools and more | Radio

Two Mr P in a Pod (cast) | Podcastteach me a lesson | BBC SoundsSeparate schools (BBC Radio 4) | BBC SoundsAnalysis: what is childcare for? (BBC Radio 4) | BBC SoundsDrama on 3: He makes the waste Land at different voices (BBC Radio 3) | BBC Sounds With all …

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Stories of sustainability: an audio-guided walking tour

Lace up your sneakers, grab a cane, and grab a smartphone on Kamloops’ all-new walking tour. The first tour kicked off on Thursday July 14 at Cunliffe House in Riverside Park. Created by the Community Alliance for a Resilient Kamloops, the Sustainable Stories Tour is a partnership of local groups …

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Asian Insider podcast: The legacy of ‘quad-dad’ Shinzo Abe in Japan, India and a free and open Indo-Pacific

When news of the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on July 8 broke into a world of disbelief, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have been the first leader to declare national mourning with the Indian flag in bern all over the country – then blogged about …

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Ben Folds, a native of North Carolina, founds an initiative to offer music lessons to children

Ben Folds’ charitable initiative, Keys For Kids, supports seven nonprofits in North Carolina to provide keyboards and music lessons at little or no cost to children. Born and raised in Winston-Salem, Folds is a singer-songwriter and the frontman of Chapel Hill-formed alternative rock band Ben Folds Five. Now, at age …

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Here’s why this rare Bored Ape NFT just sold for $197,604 in ETH

The Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) is an exclusive community for holders of the ape and mutant themed NFT collections on the Ethereum blockchain. Commonly referred to as Bored Apes, only 10,000 generative artworks will exist. What happened: Bored Ape #4066 just sold for 180.00 ETH ETH/USD ($197,604). The value …

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The Uber Files: the drivers (part 3) – podcast | New

For Abdurzak Hadi, Uber’s launch in London in 2014 was a time of excitement. The US startup has talked about empowering drivers to work the hours they choose and earn big bucks doing it. Hadi quit his job as a clerk at a minicab company and embarked on a new …

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Video footage from the Uvalde school shows a gunman entering the building and officers in the hallway after catching fire

Gunshots are heard as the shooter enters a classroom and a child across the hall is seen running. The newspaper says it removed the sound of children’s screams from the video. The first shots that appeared to be aimed at responding officers are heard at 11:37 a.m., immediately sending the …

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Music fans remember Hunter Hayes’ free concert at Titletown on July 16

Music fans are reminded that five-time Grammy-nominated multi-genre artist Hunter Hayes is set to take the stage at Titletown this Saturday for the next concert in the free Titletown Beats, presented by Water Joe, concert series. Hunter Hayes is a multi-platinum artist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. His music spans several genres, …

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ASU Library Archives Initiative Receives Prestigious Archival Innovator Award

July 11, 2022 It all started with a dream. Eleven years ago, Nancy Godoy was a graduate student at the University of Arizona river of knowledge library and information science program, imagining a way to center the lived experiences and knowledge of marginalized communities. Now director of the Community-Driven Archives …

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Documenting Colorado’s Hidden Voices | University of Denver

Colorado has a rich history and a diverse population, but there are voices in our community that we rarely hear — farmhands, day laborers, essential workers — people who helped shape our state. Assistant professors Carlos Jimenez and Lina Reznicek-Parrado want to add their voices to Colorado’s story. Thanks to …

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Heardle July 11 Response: Heardle Song Hints and Today’s Response

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself for months with the spirit of the New York Times. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s how to play the game as well as clues to the 11th of July song and that …

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As the BA.5 variant spreads, the risk of covid reinfection increases

Comment this story Comment OpenThis article is open access. Why? America has decided the pandemic is over. The coronavirus has other ideas. The latest offshoot of omicron, BA.5, has quickly become dominant in the United States and, thanks to its elusiveness when encountering the human immune system, is driving a …

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Police gave clean grade to Sanjay Rathod in Pooja Chavan suicide case, CM says

Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said on Saturday that police had given former forestry minister and rebel MP Sanjay Rathod a clean hand in the suicide case of TikTok star Pooja Chavan. Shinde was speaking to the Maharashtra Sadan media in New Delhi. When asked if Rathod, who has been indicted …

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How to Structure a Cryptocurrency Transaction [Podcast]

How to Structure a Cryptocurrency Transaction [Podcast]

On this episode of Bracewell Crypto Bits, Jared Berg joins host Anne Termine for the first in a series of discussions on crypto mining. Jared and Anne discuss the basics of structuring and setting up a crypto mining operation. This episode will provide background information for future episodes that will …

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Best early Prime Day 2022 deals on Kindle, Music, Audible

Prime Day 2022 is almost here, with the explosive sale for Prime subscribers scheduled for July 12, 2022. If you’re not already a Prime member, you’ll need to sign up for a 30-day free trial to unlock access to everything offers and discounts. Looking for good deals? The good news …

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Speaker Series | Venable LLP

As the legal landscape for LGBTQ+ people across the country is rapidly changing, [email protected] Partner and President Colin Vandell hosted a discussion to assess some of the welcome, and less welcome, developments. Panelists, Christy Mallory, Luis Vasquez and Cathren Cohen of the Williams Institute, where Mr. Vandell is also a …

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Lewis Black sues Pandora for $10 million for copyright infringement

On Thursday, comedian Lewis Black filed a lawsuit against Pandora, the SiriusXM-owned audio streamer, claiming the company was streaming recordings of his performances without securing the copyrights to his written work. This is the latest escalation in the messy fight between comedians, streamers and performing rights organizations that have recently …

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West Shore singer Maggie Martin racks up 3.5 million likes on TikTok – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Singer Maggie Martin has turned her frustration at not performing during the pandemic into a career as a songwriter, which has had amazing results so far. Martin first found local stardom when she was a co-competitive winner in Who’s Got Talent in Sooke. “I was very surprised to win,” recalls …

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Two UCI teams will participate in the 2023 Orange County Sustainability Decathlon | UCI News

July 6, 2022 – Two groups of engineers from the University of California, Irvine – one in partnership with Orange Coast Community College and the other from the UCI Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering – are among the 18 teams chosen to participate in the 2023 Orange County Sustainability …

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New Africville podcast focuses on the fight to reclaim land

A new podcast about one of Halifax’s ancient black communities seeks to shed a different light on history by featuring defenders fighting to return the land to their descendants. Co-hosts Alfred Burgesson and Eddy Carvery III are the minds behind the five-part series, titled Africaville forever. The series takes listeners …

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‘Grambling Fires Volleyball Coach After Investigation’ – Blow the Whistle Podcast

I’m Kyle T. Mosley, Editor and Reporter for the HBCU Legends and Saints News Network on Sports Illustrated’s FanNation Channel since October 2019. Morehouse Alum, McDonogh #35 Roneagles (NOLA), Drum Major of the Tenacious Four. My father, my mother, my grandmother, my aunts and my uncles were graduates of the …

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Freevee’s Latest Free Channels Offer Food, Music and Nostalgia – Review Geek

Amazon Freevee, Amazon’s free streaming service, formerly known as IMDB TV, has always offered free-to-watch content with ads. But “free” doesn’t mean much without something actually good. Now the service is gearing up to add even more, and there’s a little something for everyone. In an interview with The Wrap, …

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Prologue hosts a soft opening for the local community to explore a collection of rare and used books

Prologue Used and Rare Books, a sister storefront adjacent to Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews, hosted its preview party on Saturday. Although not the store’s grand opening, the preview allowed customers to browse Prologue’s collection of used and rare books. In addition to its large collection of books, Prologue offers a …

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Get ready for the reading challenge!

Posted on Monday, July 4, 2022 KIDS and families can take part in a gadget-themed reading challenge over the summer, with a range of events, activities and rewards on offer. This year, Leicester Libraries’ summer reading challenge is called Gadgeteers. It focuses on the key role of the imagination in …

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MLK tapes, other civil rights elements returning to Charleston

CHARLESTON, SC Nearly three years ago, it was unclear what would happen to a cache of Civil Rights-era artifacts from Charleston. The collection included the soundtrack of a speech by Martin Luther King Jr. delivered on July 30, 1967, at Charleston County Hall, as well as a surreptitiously made recording …

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Trojans Wire takes to ACC Nation podcast to discuss realignment

It will be fascinating to see how the ACC is affected by the realignment. So many pieces of the national chessboard are in question, as to their position in two or four years. More than a few people think North Carolina and Duke could eventually head to the Big Ten. …

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Free outdoor concerts throughout the summer

Outdoor summer concerts are in full swing in Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend. Free concerts are Tuesdays in Sequim, Wednesdays in Port Angeles and Thursdays in Port Townsend. Guests are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets as well as picnics. The Buck Ellard Band will perform Tuesday at Sequim’s …

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The Madonna-sponsored Women’s World concert was an odd mix of NFT pitch and variety show

The tagline for the NFT project, the combined World of Women Pride party and Madonna concert last week, was “Finally Enough Love,” the title of her new remix album. For me, it might as well have been “Finally COVID”. After nearly two and a half years of successfully avoiding the …

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50 years of Pride and why we still need it – podcast | New

“I said to my mom, ‘Mom, I think I’m going gay.'” Ted Brown grew up in London at a time when homosexuality was illegal. When he was 14, he felt very lonely and isolated, and decided to come out to his mother “out of depression over the situation”. He remembers …

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Top Podcasts of the Week: Sam Smith traces 40 years of progress on HIV and AIDS | Podcasts

Selections of the week A positive life: HIV from Terrence Higgins to todayBBC Sounds, weekly episodes from July 1Sam Smith presents this series about the legacy of Terrence Higgins, one of the first people to die of AIDS in the UK. The early episodes tell the story of Terry, “the …

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Free music and yoga announced next week Spiegeltent in Harrogate

Three concerts by talented local musicians and a yoga session by a Harrogate-based expert will take place next week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 12.30pm to 1.30pm in the Spiegeltent on Crescent Gardens. This year’s summer program includes the Harrogate Music Festival, Spiegeltent, Berwins Salon North, Theakston Old …

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Is Prince George’s County Still America’s Richest Majority Black County?

June 29, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. EDT Placeholder while loading article actions Today we introduce a new weekly column dedicated to exploring the wondrous and often underestimated data that defines our world. At the Data Department, fun facts are serious business. When the suburbs opened up after the passage of …

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Sony’s new hardware brand, Inzone, will offer PC monitors and headsets

Placeholder while loading article actions Sony Electronics is launching a brand of gaming hardware called Inzone aimed at PC gamers. The company announced its new brand on Tuesday with two 27-inch monitors and three variants of gaming headphones. Inzone had been in the works since 2019 – before the pandemic …

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FantasyPros Baseball Podcast: Inauguration, Tuesday, June 28 (2022)

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Embroiderer | SoundCloud | To agree Welcome to another episode of the FantasyPros Baseball podcast. We’re LIVE every day of the week during the 2022 MLB season! Get the advice you need to win your league from a trusted network of 100+ experts …

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Where to watch and stream The Sound of Music for free online

Cast: Julie Andrews Christopher Plumer Eleanor Parker Richard Haydn Peggy Wood Generators: Drama Family Music Romance Director: Robert Sage Release date: March 29, 1965 In the years leading up to World War II, a tomboyish postulant in an Austrian abbey becomes governess in the home of a widowed sea captain …

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Karnataka government teacher suspended for questioning Union minister over fertilizer shortage

A public school teacher in Bidar, Karnataka, has been suspended for questioning the Union Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilizers, Bhagwanth Khuba, about the unavailability of fertilizers in the area . The hanging man was identified as Kushal Patil, an assistant teacher at Jeerga village primary school (K) in …

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Can Colombia’s first leftist president bring change? – podcasting | New

Throughout Latin American history, as left-wing parties have taken power across the continent, one country has held them back, very often by force: Colombia. Last week that changed – and when Gustavo Petro officially takes over in August, Colombia will have its first leftist leader. As Joe Parkin Daniels recount …

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This free app brings passive music recognition from Pixels’ Now Playing to your phone

Improve your playlists with this handy little app, now with a no-root option! Shazam and SoundHound are useful tools when you’re in town and want to know what’s on other people’s soundtracks so you can take those songs and, perhaps, boost your own playlists. . Pixel phone owners have it …

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Valley Doll Museum collection auctioned in Edmonton for $1,000

Breadcrumb Links Local News “People were very excited and happy today to pick up their new treasures for their collections” Edward Medeiros, Monday, June 20, 2022, with Beck Auctions is curating some of the more than 700 dolls that have been auctioned and are being put into display after the …

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What the Ending of Roe v. Wade for Oregon and Washington

Hundreds of people marched through downtown Portland, Ore., to protest a leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft notice saying they would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade on Tuesday, May 3 2022. Kristyna Wentz-Graff/OPB The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade yesterday puts the power to allow or ban …

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Brighton and Hove News » Anti-vax podcasts land taxi driver with warning and ‘correction’ training

A taxi driver has been sent to remedial training after playing anti-vax podcasts to a passenger. The Brighton and Hove taxi driver received a warning and had to take the course after he was caught using a ‘mobile device’ to read the podcast last month. The driver was one of …

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‘The Way Music Died’ is a free MUST WATCH short film on the dark side of streaming

WATCH HERE NOW: For this short documentary, the filmmakers sat down with music industry professionals to discuss how streaming platforms like Spotify affect artists and the quality of modern music. It’s a decidedly negative view of Spotify that not everyone will agree with. The past two years have been contentious …

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The ROM is free this Canada Day, July 1, 2022

Toronto, June 23, 2022 – ROMs (Royal Ontario Museum) is pleased to announce that it is opening its doors free of charge to visitors on Friday, July 1, 2022, in celebration of Canada Day. On this day, the public will have free access to all of the Museum’s galleries as …

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German-funded probe into DRC atrocities branded a ‘cover-up’ | Survey News

A series of leaked audio recordings, images and documents obtained exclusively by Al Jazeera’s Investigation Unit (I-Unit) appear to show the failures of a German government-funded investigation into reports alleging killings in Kahuzi-Biega National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The commission of inquiry, which investigated allegations that …

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Real Health Podcast: Top Tips to Transform Your Workplace Health

As we all start to get used to our new ways of working, whether it’s remote, in the office, or a mix of the two, it’s important that we develop healthy, positive habits around it. That’s why, on this week’s Real Health show, I’m sharing my top tips for transforming …

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News Releases – City of Burlington

This summer, the City of Burlington is bringing back many free events and programs for residents and visitors. There will be fun activities and events suitable for everyone. This summer there will be concerts in the park, a mini festival for children, movies under the stars and free summer swims. …

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Governor Glenn Youngkin signs Virginia budget with tax cuts and spending increases

Placeholder while loading article actions RICHMOND — Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) invited several hundred supporters to a grocery store in suburban Richmond on Tuesday to watch him ceremonially sign the state’s biennial budget, touting his rare combination of $4 billion in government cuts. taxes and increased spending on education and …

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Cannes Podcast: Forrester’s Joanna O’Connell on Fraud, Data, Walled Gardens and Networking Again

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts • Stitcher • Spotify This week’s Digiday podcast comes to you live from the Cannes Lions, where the worlds of media, marketing, ad tech and creative have come together for the first time in person in two years. Today’s podcast guest is Joanna O’Connell, VP and Principal …

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Concerts, crafts, food and ceremonies planned across Manitoba for National Indigenous Peoples Day

Manitoba is home to Cree, Ojibway, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene, Métis and Inuit, and June 21 is a time when everyone is invited to celebrate and learn more about those who have were the first in this province. National Indigenous Peoples Day will take place at the arrival of the …

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Social housing in Tasmania to create a ‘close sense of community’

Cumulus Studio a has partnered with Housing Choices Tasmania and the Department of Communities to deliver a new social housing initiative in West Ulverstone on Tasmania’s north west coast. The Oak Rise Housing development is made up of two and three bedroom homes and uses contemporary design, local materials and …

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Remembering Leroy’s Front Step: Mural Project Honors Longtime Member of Portland’s Homeless Community

Your browser does not support the audio element. If you look at the corner of Southeast 34th Avenue and Southeast Belmont Street in Portland on Google Street View, you’ll see a man sitting on a stoop outside Belmont Market. He wears khakis and a blue jacket with a white button-up …

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The Studio’s Second Podcast: Interview with Jamie Bush

The Studio’s Second Podcast: Interview with Jamie Bush © The studio’s second podcast To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983873/the-second-studio-podcast-interview-with-jamie-bush The Second Studio (formerly The Midnight Charette) is an explicit podcast about design, architecture and the everyday. Hosted by architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, it …

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“Something in the Water” music festival debuts in Washington, D.C.

Placeholder while loading article actions At most music festivals, there’s a mad rush for the front row, but on the first day of Something in the Water, audiences crave the shade. They huddled on the sidewalk, forced more and more hot air on themselves with handmade paper fans, stretched their …

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Cholera – Pakistan

Hatching at a glance In Pakistan, cholera is endemic with an epidemic threshold of a single laboratory confirmed case. In 2022, Sindh province faces a significant increase in cholera cases with 234 laboratory confirmed cases reported between January 15 and May 27. Balochistan and Punjab provinces have also reported 31 …

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