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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTElisabeth Handler, Head of Public Information, Office of Economic Development408-535-8168; [email protected] San José welcomes Sonic Runway back to City Hall on November 5, 2021Illuminated sound art installation back by popular demand SAN JOSE, California (October 29, 2021) – The Office of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs of …

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Jimmy Terry builds community at PGA Frisco

Community (name): a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. How rewarding would it be to develop an entire community? PGA Professional Jimmy Terry has been bringing communities together in golf for the past two decades. A Texas-born golfer, Jimmy believed that …

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Robservations: Crain’s Adds “Juice” to Political Coverage; Steve Harvey renews his radio contract; TV Academy launches a podcast

Juice Observations on the media beat: AD Quig Chicago’s next mayoral election may be 16 months away, but Crain’s Chicago Business is poised to significantly expand its coverage in politics and government. Monday will mark the launch of Juice, a new daily morning email focused on “the intersection of power …

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Latinx State of the Wine Industry Summit Announces Event Program, Reveals List of Sponsors and Community Partners

Advertising Through a series of panels, rapid networking, special speakers, virtual booths, and a completely immersive virtual experience, attendees will be able to learn, support and connect with LatinX’s ever-growing wine community of producers, entrepreneurs and wine experts. New York, NY – October 11, 2021 – Hispanics in Wine, a …

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Chief Medical Officer sues Kona Community Hospital

The chief medical officer at Kona Community Hospital is suing the hospital, Kona Outpatient Surgery Center and three people over a personal dispute. The case revolves around an attempt by hospital officials to force his client to leave, Hilo attorney Ted Hong, representing Elizabeth Ann Groshong, said. “Someone made illegal …

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Wicklow Community Notice Board – Independent.ie

Personal alarms he Roundwood and the District Community Council are registered to administer the Elderly Alert Program, which provides grants to the elderly for the provision of personal alarms. The personal alarm gives reassurance to allow an independent life, knowing that you can quickly be in contact with a family …

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Ghostrunner is coming to PS5 – PlayStation.Blog

Hello everyone, I am delighted to be able to discuss the launch of Ghostrunner on PlayStation 5. This next-gen version of Ghostrunner allows gamers to experience all the jaw-dropping action of parkour in its ultimate form, and this new and improved version of Ghostrunner provides interesting improvements. Before we jump …

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Chris Bishop presents National’s plan to reopen

National Covid-19 spokesman Chris Bishop said the party’s border plan aims to keep Covid-19 low that does not unduly impact the public health system, while restrictions are relaxed. National today unveiled the party’s plan to first end the lockdowns and then reopen to the world based on two vaccination goals. …

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Education secretary pleads for safe person school: NPR

US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona accompanies the North High School Marching Band on the Cowbell at a cheer rally Monday in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Tim Gruber for NPR hide caption toggle legend Tim Gruber for NPR US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona accompanies the North High School Marching Band …

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Guild Review | PCMag

Discord may have started as a communication tool for gamers, but the chat service has grown so important that gaming is only one of its many uses, alongside listening to music, watching movies and even homework. Upstart rival Guilded is putting the game back in the spotlight. The messaging platform …

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Victoria earthquake records tremors on east coast, NSW COVID cases increase, Victoria COVID cases increase, Melbourne CFMEU protests continue

Victoria’s Emergency Management Commissioner Andrew Crisp has confirmed this morning’s earthquake was magnitude 5.9 and was felt across the state and as far as Tasmania and Adelaide. Mr Crisp said aftershocks would be felt for weeks and months, although they are unlikely to match or exceed the 5.9 magnitude quake …

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Community center to host open house after renovation

Admaston House The trust that operates the Admaston House Community Center recently completed a facility upgrade in the original Victorian building that is part of the community center. The 16-month project created a more modern open-plan style of rooms and improved access to the first floor by replacing the original …

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Teachers and schools agree on vaccine mandate policy

The Oak Park District 97 School Board voted unanimously on Sept. 14 to approve a memorandum of understanding with three collective bargaining units, outlining a comprehensive plan to comply with the state’s vaccine mandate. The protocol – which is between the district and the Oak Park Teachers ‘Association, the Oak …

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Go Big For The Dodger Kids | News, Sports, Jobs

– Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of Fort Dodge, carefully pulls out one of the sticks while playing a game of Kerplunk with her husband, Merv, at the annual Go Big, Go Dodgers fundraiser held at Fort Frenzy in 2018 . – Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of …

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Computer Education ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Launches Debate on Data Sovereignty

Efforts are underway to teach computers to understand ‘ōlelo Hawai’i (Hawaiian language). The use of artificial intelligence technology could be a game-changer in advancing the use of the Hawaiian language. But some are concerned about tech companies and control – an area of ​​concern they call “data sovereignty.” Hawaiian-language researchers …

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Kick-start for the new municipal court in Trotwood

“It’s a lot,” he said. “It makes sense to have a court in the jurisdiction where we live because the police, they have families. Everyone is shorthanded. Everyone tries to attend all these court appearances. It makes sense to represent people where the tribunal is. To explore2020 census: here are …

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Pandemic Stories Set to Music Offer Inspiration and Healing – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

This scene is from the choral oratorio “Six Feet Apart,” a Rogue Valley-based multimedia production of Oregon pandemic stories premiered on August 29. Screenshot by video designer Camilla Tallis. Video designer and director Camilla Tassi produced the multimedia performance of “Six Feet Apart”. Courtesy photo The Los Angeles-based HEX ensemble …

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Zello keeps people informed during unrest in South Africa

Gosai, also from Durban, was among 180,000 people who downloaded Zello following Zuma’s arrest. Users subscribe to channels to talk to each other, sending live audio files that can be accessed by anyone listening to the channel. Zello was originally designed to help people communicate and organize themselves after natural …

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Adult play areas are popping up all over town

After a year and a half, we all deserve a little fun. That’s why the Reset Organization is launching a summer series of 50 pop-up adult play areas across the city. The ephemeral playground is an outdoor audio experience designed to aid social recovery by encouraging individuals to develop a …

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The fourth parade was top notch!

The people of Stoughton, like everywhere else, were calling for a parade. The COVID pandemic put an end to the July 4 and Christmas parades of last year. Thousands of people gathered on Sunday July 4 for the annual Independence Day Parade in Stoughton. Roger Caissie of High voltage sound …

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A new era for audio streaming

Audio Stream – the live stream of the radio station’s programming via the station’s website, iono.fm or other streaming platforms In 2019, the Infinite Dial report measured digital audio listening online and found that 44% of South Africans listened to the radio on a device other than the radio *. …

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NSW COVID cases increase, Qld border closes at NSW hotspots, Victoria restrictions are relaxed, NSW red zones announced, NZ travel bubble with NSW on hiatus, Sun Yang banned from Games Tokyo Olympics in 2021

Prime Minister Scott Morrison today issued a message of support for NSW, saying he supports the new measures introduced by the Berejiklian government this morning to reduce the spread of COVID-19. He said the Commonwealth stood ready to provide any assistance requested. The federal government will also introduce new supports …

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They are people too, and should be respected

On World Refugee Day tomorrow, the Malaysian Bar reiterates its call on the government to defend and respect the rights and dignity of all refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia. Malaysia hosts a large population of refugees and asylum seekers. There are 179,570 refugees and asylum seekers registered with the …

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Global news in brief

Canadian diocese launches Covid appeal THE Anglican Diocese of Moosonee, Canada, has launched an urgent fundraising appeal to support communities in the Kashechewan First Nation in northern Ontario who are in a “growing state of emergency” due to the increase in Covid-19 cases, mainly in children. More than 200 cases …

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Umoja Health | KALW

It’s a blustery Saturday morning at the Pop-up Clinic in the parking lot of Paradise Baptist Church in Oakland. It’s a simple setup: a few tents, audio speakers for music, and plastic chairs. People line up on the sidewalk and volunteers in black hoodies buzz under the tents. Minnie, who …

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