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Pregame Blog: Steelers vs. Bengals

Tribute to service: The Steelers will honor active duty members and veterans during the Steelers Salute to Service game. The Salute to Service Game, an annual NFL initiative, honors our nation’s military, veterans and their families. The Terrible Towel Twirl will be helmed by Steelers legend and Vietnam veteran Rocky …

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Oldham Community Radio launches Christmas audio greetings

A borough radio station is encouraging Christmas shoppers to “do something a little different this year” by sending loved ones a personalized audio greeting, saving money and the planet. Oldham Community Radio, located within Tommyfield Indoor Market, has launched a new initiative to enable Oldham residents to send personalized messages …

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WA Media Awards | About the ABC

Congratulations to all ABC finalists and WA Media Awards winners. ABC reporters and crews were recognized for photography, news and audio reporting, science and environmental reporting, regional and community reporting, and cultural and arts reporting. Erin Parke, who is based in Broome with the ABC’s national regional reporting team, picked …

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After Pittsfield residents voice support for library, city council seeks budget boost

The Pittsfield Public Library at 110 Library St., pictured Thursday. Rich Abrahamson / Morning Watch PITTSFIELD — Resident opposition to a City Council proposal to cut staff and hours at the Pittsfield Public Library has led councilors to backtrack and consider increasing the library’s budget. Pittsfield differs from most communities …

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Postcard: Childcare Awareness Fair launches search for solutions to childcare shortage in Sitka

The goal of the Sitka Health Summit is to turn priorities into action. Saturday’s Child Care Awareness Fair was a first step in developing a solution to Sitka’s critical child care shortage. (Sitka/Osborne Health Summit) Like many other communities in the state, Sitka suffers from a shortage of child care …

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Introducing new features to Facebook groups

Building community is central to Facebook’s mission to bring the world together, and while community has made its way into every corner of the app, groups continue to be the central place people go to do more. together. In fact, most people on Facebook are members of at least 15 …

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New Features Coming to the NASCAR Discord Channel

NASCAR New features and controls have arrived on the NASCAR Discord channel as NASCAR and Discord have teamed up to bring a more exclusive racing experience to the community. Real-time race highlights will be linked to in-race alerts provided by the new NASCAR-verified bot with clips including stage finishes, lead …

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Efforts continue to save aging oceanfront facilities in Oceanside

It’s time for Oceanside to replace its beloved beachfront bandshell and amphitheater, according to an architectural consultancy hired by the city. Home to some of the community’s most beloved cultural, sporting and theatrical events, the seaside scene has hosted Oceanside High School’s graduation ceremonies since the 1960s. But the years …

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San Diego’s thriving arts community

Centro Cultural de la Raza, exterior (photo by Hyperallergic/Jordan Karney Chaim) San Diego County is vast and diverse, stretching from the Orange and Riverside county line in the north, to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in the east, to the Pacific Ocean in the west and on a border of sixty …

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World Mental Health Day October 10: PGI to mentor eight states for T-MANAS initiative

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the mental and emotional health of people of all ages and from all walks of life. To address this pressing need of the hour, the Center announced T-MANAS (Tele-Mental Health Assistance and Nationally Actionable Plan through States) to provide mental health …

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AWS Customers Use the Cloud to Make Mental Health and Wellness Resources More Accessible

The COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying lockdowns have led to social isolation for people around the world. Additionally, the ripple effects of the pandemic have resulted in job loss, grief for loved ones lost to illness, loneliness and a host of other stressors that have affected people’s mental health. . Amazon …

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States provide limited information about police misconduct to the public

Standards and training for Utah peace officers are part of the state’s Department of Public Safety. A new law requires Utah Police Departments to work with the agency when conducting external investigations. (Photo by Donovan England/News21) SALT LAKE CITY – Providing public information about police misconduct records can be a …

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B-Roll, Video, Audio, Photos and Quick Transcript: Governor Hochul Delivers Remarks at African American Veterans Monument and Unveiling

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul delivered remarks at the African-American Veterans Monument and its dedication. B-ROLL of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality (h.264, mp4) here. VIDEO of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality (h.264, mp4) here. SOUND …

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Audio artist Kikù Hibino associates memory with sound

Kikù Hibino performing at MCA on July 9th. To say Chicago-based audio artist Kikù Hibino is having a prolific year is an understatement. With residencies at Experimental Sound Studio (ESS) and Compound Yellow; performances and workshops at these two venues, as well as at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago …

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A life in biochemistry: Dr. Julie Senecoff shares her passion with students at Manor College

Dr. Julie Senecoff, director of pre-healthcare programs at Manor College, finds the most enjoyable “lightbulb moments” when working with students. Dr. Julie Senecoff has been a professor at Manor College since 2005. She believes Manor College is unique in the faculty’s ability to get to know the students. Teaching on …

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MATCH DAY: TOWN v CARDIFF CITY – News

Everything you need to know ahead of Town’s Sky Bet Championship game – The city hosts Cardiff City in the Sky Bet Championship – The game starts at 3 p.m.– Get your tickets here! It’s match day, so here’s everything you need to know ahead of Huddersfield Town’s game …

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Amazon Amp’s live radio app launches new fund for creators – TechCrunch

Amazon’s live radio app, Amp, is launching a new creator fund designed to reward creators who create compelling shows and build audience loyalty. An Amazon spokesperson told TechCrunch that Amp has allocated “millions of dollars” to pay creators through monthly rewards, but did not provide an exact figure. The company …

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Learn about important Emory resources during National Preparedness Month

Now that the fall semester has begun, investing time in learning how to protect yourself and others in an emergency contributes to your personal safety, community safety, and the resilience of the Emory community. . “Emergencies are unexpected, but when they do happen, knowing what to do – or just …

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Fetterman discusses reproductive rights and health at Montco

Last Wednesday, Fetterman agreed to a debate with his opponent. Oz has been pressuring Fetterman for weeks and aggressively questioning the severity of his ongoing health issues following a stroke Fetterman suffered in May. Fetterman decided to poke fun at one of his opponent’s notable gaffes while discussing what it’s …

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Crow Tribe Journalism Professor Looks For Stories No One Tells

By ERIC YOUNG, The Billings Gazette LODGE GRASS, Mont. (AP) – Luella Brien originally wanted to be a teacher, but never thought she would be one after following a different career path. Shortly after graduating from high school, she quit education to pursue journalism. Now those paths have converged in …

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CTO artist says he will paint Melbourne mural that offended Ukrainians

Loading In response, Seaton said he initially received positive feedback from some members of the art collective, but over time and the committee’s extensive discussion of the piece, a belief evolved that the work could be misconstrued as “offensive”. “I had to support a message of peace, that’s still what …

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Video, audio, photos and transcript Rush: Governor Hochul designates Union Avenue in Saratoga Springs as “Marylou Whitney Way”

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul designated part of the City of Saratoga Springs National Highway System as “Marylou Whitney Way.” This follows Governor Hochul previously signing legislation (S.6738-A/A.7625-A) dedicating Union Avenue in Saratoga Springs to Marylou Whitney. VIDEO of the event is available on YouTube here and in …

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Brattleboro Museum & Art Center receives $50,000 grant to improve accessibility

Vermont Business Magazine The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) received a $50,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the Inspire! Grants Program for Small Museums”. The funding will support initiatives to improve digital and in-person accessibility, enabling people with a wide range of abilities …

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Cronkite News Podcast Wins Murrow Prize

Cronkite News won a student Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Audio Newscast for its Cronkite News 2Go podcast. The winning podcast episode, which aired nine months ago, covered a series of urgent stories, including a story about US Representative Paul Gosar, a Republican from Prescott, who shared an …

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Ted Okon sheds light on the ACO committee responsible for acting on humanitarian crises

While the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) was involved in humanitarian work in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, the crisis in Ukraine led the COA to set up a special committee to take action, said Ted Okon , MBA, Executive Director of the COA. Transcription COA recently launched a committee to …

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EyeCare4Kids addresses eye care for local and global communities

Alex Delaney-Gesing of Optometry Times® interviews Joseph Carbone, Founder and President of EyeCare4Kids, a non-profit organization providing professional eye care to low-income visually impaired children and underserved families. Since its inception in 2001, the Utah-based organization has provided more than 400,000 children with professional eye exams, eye screenings and eyeglasses. …

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DJ Bri Mafia is more than just a record spinner

Placeholder while loading article actions Bri Mafia described herself as a “YouTube DJ” in college, spinning Key!, Retro Sushi, Dom Kennedy and “almost every artist in the hip-hop blog era,” she says. But her career really started in 2015 after attending South by Southwest, when she left the graphic design …

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British Columbia radio host suspended for comments on woman’s suicide and domestic abuse

WARNING: This article contains details about suicide and abuse. A South Asian radio host in Richmond, British Columbia, has been suspended after saying the husband of a woman who killed herself in New York, following what she described as years of domestic violence, should not automatically be blamed because he …

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Morning Kagro Podcast (AUDIO): Thursday, August 11, 2022

Listen to our archived episodes: RadioPublic|LibSyn|Youtube Thursday! David Walman + Greg Dworkinagain, for KITM³, Fifth Amendment Edition: President Joe Biden’s beautiful week continues his streak of success. Inflation is flat as a table top. Joe and Jon have teamed up to Obtain health care for veterans exposed to burning fireplaces. …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Waves takes its first steps in migrating digital audio delivery to the cloud

Focusing more on streaming, the company recently announced a cloud-based audio mixer Audio manufacturers whose origins lie in music production form the bedrock of broadcast audio’s historic foundations. From reference transducers from Sennheiser and Shure to the battleship SSL audio consoles on which entire classic recording studios were built, these …

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Movie Review Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (2022)

A multitude of former FLDS members paint a disturbing picture of the church’s way of life; interviews with talking heads help us more or less understand the groupthink brainwashing that gave meaning to this way of life, their experiences then sometimes being recreated with grainy film re-enactments. We hear about …

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Apple announces the winners of the 2022 Apple Design Awards

June 6, 2022 UPDATE Apple announces the winners of the 2022 Apple Design Awards Twelve developers from around the world are recognized for design excellence in inclusivity, fun and enjoyment, interaction, social impact, visuals and graphics, and innovation at WWDC22 Apple hosted its annual Apple Design Awards today, celebrating 12 …

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Leave Your Message: The Lafayette Woman Brings the Audio Guestbook Trend to Acadiana Weddings and Events | Company

“Leave your message after the beep” has taken on a whole new meaning for Lafayette resident Shayla Lange, whose new business Ring-A-Ding Ding Audio Guestbook turns voicemail’s mundane method of communication into an opportunity for fun memories. and sentimental for major life events. The Ring-A-Ding Ding audio guest book, which …

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Multnomah County District Attorney Seeks Funding for New District Attorney Program

Your browser does not support the audio element. Multnomah County voters elected District Attorney Mike Schmidt in 2020. Schmidt has campaigned to shrink the criminal justice system, but his latest move is to hire more prosecutors to join his team. As first reported by the Portland Mercury, Schmidt wants to …

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UNC Hussman students win national college journalism championships

Four students and recent graduates of UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media have won national championships in the prestigious 2022 Hearst Journalism Awards competition, leading the school to its seventh National Collegiate Journalism Championship in eight years and its 11th all time. Maddie Ellis ’22 is the national champion …

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Charitable endowment provides more grants for St. Petersburg projects

St. Petersburg shooting range on the Mitkof Highway (Joe Viechnicki/KFSK) The Petersburg Community Foundation this week announced $32,910 in grants for projects and programs in Petersburg. The foundation’s endowment fund has now donated nearly a quarter of a million dollars to nonprofits since residents established it in 2008. The endowment …

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JCC Entrepreneurship Center project seen as a key cog in downtown development | Business

WATERTOWN — For years, people have talked about the impact Jefferson Community College would have if it had a downtown presence. In about 15 months, this long-held goal is about to become a reality. JCC is partnering with Neighbors of Watertown to open an education center in the former Strand …

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Joe Hawke, leader of the Takaparawhau occupation, has died

Joe Hawke – the prominent kaumātua and activist who led the long-running Takaparawhau occupation of Auckland’s Bastion Point in the late 1970s – has died aged 82. Joe Hawke at Ihumatao in 2019 Photo: RNZ / Dan Cook Born in Tāmaki Makaurau in 1940, Joseph Parata Hohepa Hawke of Ngāti …

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JULIAN LENNON’S EXCLUSIVE AUDIOVISUAL NFT WITH BELOVED SONG “IMAGINE” LIVE ON FRIDAY, MAY 20 AT 12:00 PM EST

Julian’s NFT rendition of the song, including the full recording and a personal account, will be released on the YellowHeart Marketplace NEW YORK, May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — yellow heartNFT marketplace for music, ticketing and community tokens, which accepts both crypto and credit card payments, announced today an exclusive NFT …

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HyperX renews sponsorship of Team Liquid and welcomes scrum god Juan “Hungrybox” DeBiedma as HyperX Hero and Global Ambassador

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–HyperX, the gaming peripheral team of HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced its renewed sponsorship with professional gaming organization, Team Liquid, as an official peripheral partner. Highlighting his commitment to the esports community and enhancing HyperX’s growing roster, Melee God Juan “Hungrybox” …

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LAFC Partners with Foundation Fighting Blindness to Welcome Visually Impaired Fans to Banc Of California Stadium

LAFC is partnering with the Foundation Fighting Blindness to welcome blind and visually impaired fans to LAFC games at Banc of California Stadium this season. Leveraging the team’s partnership with Mixhalo audio technology, fans will have access to crystal-clear real-time gameplay in English with ESPN LA’s Dave Denholm call-in and …

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Lilliput libraries: a small project with a strong community impact

A few years ago, Ruth Arnison, a woman from Dunedin, had an unusual idea for a library – small, brightly painted cabinets filled with free books for anyone to borrow, borrow or donate. She called them Lilliput Libraries and placed 10 of them around the city – wondering if they …

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Committees selected by Zoom, the great leveler

Select committees, a crucial part of the legislative process, have become more accessible to the public through Zoom online video conferencing. While MPs who chair select committees say there’s nothing like having senior officials in the room with them when they need a toast, they recognize that Zoom is quite …

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Shanghai erects metal barriers to fight COVID-19

A man wearing a face mask walks past a masked security guard standing guard at a barricaded entrance displaying a health QR code and temperature scanner at a commercial office complex, Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Beijing. Beijing is on high alert after 10 middle school students tested positive for …

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911 audio of Franklin propane explosion captures panic

FRANKLIN, Va. — We are learning more about a home explosion in Franklin that left two seriously injured and more than 70 homes in the Berkley Court community without hot water for a week. We received the 911 calls from that terrifying night. It’s something you’ll only hear on News …

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ABC Regional Storyteller Fellowship Winners Announced

The 2022 ABC Regional Storytelling Fellowship has been awarded to two content creators with disabilities from the NSW region and Queensland. They are Jessica Horner from Wagga Wagga, NSW and Raven Cook from Cairns, Queensland. The Fellowship promotes emerging content creators with disabilities who live outside of capital cities, helping …

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⚾️ Kansas hosts Texas Southern for Buck O’Neil Classic Tuesday Night – Kansas Jayhawks

LAURENT, Kan. — The Kansas Jayhawks will host the Texas Southern Tigers for a two-game series beginning with the Buck O’Neil Classic on Tuesday night at Legends Field in Kansas City at 6 p.m. CT. Fans wishing to purchase tickets can contact the Kansas Box Office at 785-864-3141, visit the …

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Pikes Peak Library District has focused efforts on equity and diversity in several segments of the community | Content reserved for subscribers

Many readers head to libraries in search of peaceful respite in a pleasant atmosphere, a vision of tranquility seen in stark contrast to the accusations of politicization that have swirled around the leadership of the Pikes Peak Library District in recent months . Since then, district leaders say high-level community …

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Three-Day Music Residency at WIU to Celebrate African-American Composer – Western Illinois University

Three-day musical residency at WIU to celebrate the African-American composer April 11, 2022 MACOMB, IL — A relationship, developed through a love of music and culture, led to a unique ensemble gathering at Western Illinois University for a three-day residency in May to record an important sacred work from an …

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Research in Portland shows promise in pod villages for homeless people

Your browser does not support the audio element. Portland is home to Dignity Village, one of the first and oldest homeless pod villages. More of these communities have been established around Portland and other cities in recent years as one of many ways to meet the needs of people living …

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A captivating speech by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, a partnership with Global Citizen & Beyond

Editor’s note: The 2022 GRAMMY Awards show, officially known as the 64th GRAMMY Awards, has been rescheduled through Sunday, April 3 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The article below was updated on Tuesday, January 18 to reflect the show’s new date and location. The Recording Academy …

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Shame and secrecy shroud the culture of sexual assault in boys’ high school sports

A hanger. A broomstick. A pool cue. All of these items have been used in a series of sexual assaults in recent years in which the perpetrators allegedly targeted high school students playing sports. Perpetrators have always had easy access to their alleged victims. It’s because they were teammates. In …

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Recognize public health contributions – Newton Daily News

This year’s public health theme is “Public Health is where you are”. Together we can make our communities healthier, stronger and safer. Now is the time to recognize the contributions of public health and to highlight the work of public health in its mission. The mission of the Jasper County …

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Historic church lost in fire

COTTON PLANT, Ark. (KARK/KAIT) – A community mourns the loss of a historic church after three fires broke out in one night. According to content partner KARK, the Cotton Plant Fire Department responded to a call on Sunday, March 27 for an abandoned building near Vine Street that was on …

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PREVIEW: Scorching-Hot Gulls face league-leading Stockton Heat on Community Night at Pechanga Arena

March 27, 2022 By Paige Burnell/SanDiegoGulls.com Tonight’s opponent is the Heat, but San Diego brings the fire. The Gulls enter Sunday’s game with Stockton on an impressive eight-game point streak as they look to maintain second-half progress against the American Hockey League’s top team (5 p.m. PT; TV : AHL …

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20,907 new cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday, 15 deaths reported

There are 20,907 new cases of Covid-19 in the community in New Zealand on Tuesday, the Department of Health announced. Health workers distribute rapid antigen tests in Henderson, Auckland. (Source: Getty) There are 1,016 people hospitalized with the virus, including 25 in intensive care or high dependency units. This is …

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14,128 new cases of Covid-19 on Friday, 5 deaths announced

There are 14,128 new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand on Friday, the Department of Health announced. A person being tested for Covid-19. (Source: istock.com) The new cases are located in Northland (536), Auckland (3,498), Waikato (1,333), Bay of Plenty (956), Lakes (416), Hawke’s Bay (841), MidCentral (599), Whanganui …

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The dates for the reopening of borders for tourists will be brought forward

New Zealand will allow fully vaccinated tourists to enter the country without MIQ earlier than planned. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she would make an announcement on Wednesday regarding an accelerated reopening schedule. According to the initial schedule, fully vaccinated travelers from Australia and visa-exempt countries could enter without having …

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20,989 new community cases of Covid-19, 856 people hospitalized

There are 20,989 new cases of Covid-19 in the community in New Zealand on Friday, the Department of Health announced. A health worker distributes rapid antigen tests at the Covid-19 testing center in Henderson, Auckland (Source: Getty) There are 856 people in hospital with the virus, including 20 in intensive …

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Why popular podcast “The Read” is growing at its own pace

Kid Fury may have 14 years’ experience in the content creator game – he started out giving his sardonic, unfiltered opinions on his former YouTube series furious thoughts and now does a version of the same as half of the popular comedy podcast Reading– but make no mistake: he’s in …

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Governor Hochul Announces New SNUG Street Outreach Staff Being Trained to Deploy to Communities to Address Gun Violence Epidemic

VIDEO of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality format (h.264, mp4) here. SOUND of the event is available here. PICTURES of the event will be available on the Governor’s Flickr page. A quick transcript of the governor’s remarks is available below.: Hello everyone and thank …

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Police imprisoned man for murder; the algorithm was the key proof

CHICAGO (AP) — Michael Williams’ wife begged him to remember their fishing trips with the grandkids, the way he used to braid his hair, anything that would bring him back to his people outside the concrete walls of the Cook County Jail. His three daily calls had become a lifeline, …

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Poly announces an upcoming event with the financial community

SANTA CRUZ, Calif., March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Poly (NYSE: POLY), a global provider of professional-grade audio and video technology, today announced that it will be participating in the following event with the financial community. Morgan Stanley Conference on Technology, Media and TelecommunicationsMarch 8, 2022Cat by the fire3:35 p.m. PT …

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James V. Brown Reminds Customers of the eBooks Option | Community

Williamsport, Pennsylvania – Founded in 2004 by reader and author Rita Towes, e-Book Reading Week promotes the benefits of e-books and encourages book lovers to try them. It is also an opportunity to promote writers and their works. The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., encourages readers to …

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Presentations to the Order of Collingwood mark the return of formal in-person events for the town

Six Collingwood volunteers have been recognized for their work to make the community a better place as their names have been added to the Order of Collingwood For the first time since the start of 2020, the City of Collingwood hosted an official gathering for the annual Mayoral Waiver and …

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Tauranga business community criticizes council decision-making

As Tauranga city commissioners have released more details of one of the city’s “biggest projects”, some in the business community are calling on the central government to keep them going. At a council meeting on Monday, commissioners made an amendment to the current long-range plan, so the community could provide …

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Former All Black Va’aiga Tuigamala dies aged 52

Former All Black Fesolai Va’aiga Tuigamala, nicknamed “Inga the winger”, has died aged 52. Va’aiga Tuigamala pictured playing for the All Blacks against Canada in the 1991 Rugby World Cup. (Source: Photosport) Considered one of rugby’s greats, he played 19 Tests for the All Blacks between 1991 and 1993 and …

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Siri gets a new voice in the iOS 15.4 beta

The latest iOS 15.4 beta adds a fifth American voice for its voice assistant Siri. Apple’s user interface simply calls it “Voice 5”, but iOS Developer Steve Moser reports that her filename refers to the new voice as “Quinn”. The voice came just under a year after Apple added its …

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Library renovations will begin soon, followed by the opening of the History and Culture Center

The main branch of the Lakeland Public Library on Lake Morton is preparing to open its renovated adult section to the public in a few weeks, with the new history and culture center and a renovated children’s section in May. The library’s main public space will soon feature new light …

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The Woodbridge Festival will host live arts and music events

Published: 19:00 19 February 2022 A riverside community is to host part of a series of live arts and music events scheduled for late February and early March. Woodbridge Festival is teaming up with partners such as Noise of Art, The Riverside Cinema and Theatre, Beach Street, Aspire Black Suffolk, …

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Wellington leaders call for end to protests

A letter from 28 Wellington-area leaders has been released calling on protesters to immediately halt activity “in and around the precincts of Parliament”. Streets in the area remain clogged with hundreds of protesters’ vehicles. Nine mayors of Wellington, Kāpiti and Wairarapa, two principals of neighboring schools, Vice-Chancellor of the University …

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Covid-19: Auckland businesses call for more financial support

A group of businesses in central Auckland are adding their voices to a growing chorus demanding more financial support for those hit hard by Covid-19. Earlier this month, more than 60 business owners signed an open letter to Finance Minister Grant Robertson, calling for more support and saying they were …

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More than 3,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Allegheny County

On today’s episode of The Confluence: Allegheny County Surpasses 3,000 COVID-19 Deaths, But Case Rates Drop; as the region approaches pre-pandemic employment levels, analysis from the Allegheny Conference on Community Development suggests that it may take some time for some sectors to fully recover; and we speak with the executive …

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Dry Hawke’s Bay faces a water allocation crisis

As communities and councils across the country discuss the government’s three waters proposal, Ongaonga in central Hawke’s Bay is already grappling with growing demand for a limited resource. Ongaonga residents told Whena Owen on Q+A with Jack Tame that boreholes that previously provided a steady supply of clean, clear water …

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