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David’s Bridal presents the exclusive Galina Signature fragrance collection

The leading bridal and special occasion retailer is launching a new line of fragrances for the perfect finishing touch to any look ahead of the holiday gifting season. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., November 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — David’s Bridal, the nation’s leading authority on weddings and special occasions, has added a romantic …

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City of Asheville offices close for Thanksgiving holiday

Asheville City Government offices will be closed Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 for Thanksgiving Day. Here is an overview of the public holiday schedules for municipal services. ART bus service ART bus service will be suspended on November 24, Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is one of two holidays that …

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Opération Enfant de Noël is getting ready for shoebox collection week | Church

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Dorchester Co. and Community Center Partner for Christmas Toy Drive

DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) – Dorchester County officials are teaming up to bring Christmas toys to children across the region. From November 1 to December 17, the Community Resource Center and the Dorchester County Government will be teaming up for the first-ever Do More Christmas Toy Drive. More than 200 …

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Mayor’s Office – News – Articles – October 2022 – THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS SIGNS NEW REMEDIATION CONTRACTS WITH IV WASTE AND WASTE PRO

October 27, 2022 | From the city of New Orleans THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS SIGNS NEW REMEDIATION CONTRACTS WITH IV WASTE AND WASTE PRO NEW ORLEANS – Mayor LaToya Cantrell today joined Sanitation Director Matt Torri, Orleans Parish Communications District Executive Director Tyrell Morris, District D Council Member Eugene …

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The University of Western Sydney showcases world-class research, progress and impact

The University of Western Sydney will showcase its world-class research, progress and impact as part of Research Week from October 31 to November 4. This year’s initiative will highlight the University’s innovative research and collaborations with government, industry and community, exploring the future-oriented theme, “Unleashing Possibilities”. Highlights will include the …

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Commentary on Daniel H. Weiss, “Why the Museum Matters”

Environmental activists who thrown tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh Sunflowers at the National Gallery in London last week did so without damaging the painting, which is behind glass. The act was not so much vandalism as a rhetorical gesture – accompanied, of course, by rhetorical questions, directed at a …

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KU apologizes after finding indigenous ancestors in museum collection

LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) – The University of Kansas has issued an apology to the Native community and reinvigorated repatriation efforts after Native American ancestors were found in its museum collections. The University of Kansas claims that it has become an institution with an outstanding record of research and innovation. Unfortunately, …

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Northampton resident ordered to pay £730 to store rubbish on the street

Community, safety and emergencies October 14, 2022 Brook Street resident Semilong was fined £130 and fined £600 after dumping his household waste in the street days before collection. During routine patrols on Monday May 23, 2022, West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) Neighborhood Wardens discovered a pile of rubbish bags on the …

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£50m to tackle health inequalities through research

50 million granted to 13 local authorities across the UK – from Aberdeen to Plymouth – to tackle inequalities and improve public health As part of the government’s commitment to drive growth, improve the nation’s health, and empower people to live longer, healthier lives, regardless of background or where they …

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Museums can use disposal funds for collections maintenance, says AAMD

Museums will be able to apply funds from the sale of donated artworks to the “direct care” of their collections, according to a new policy change announced today by the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) . Previously, the AAMD limited the use of these funds to the acquisition of …

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Dumbarton celebrates 150 years of footballing heritage with a special anniversary exhibition

Posted on September 28, 2022 A new exhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of Dumbarton Football Club will explore the town’s rich footballing heritage. Showcasing a unique collection of memorabilia, images and anecdotes from everyone from fans to Hall of Famers, the exhibition will be on view at …

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On the move: Latest sector appointments

Melbourne Fringe welcomes new staff Melbourne Fringe has announced three new appointments to its core staff. Joining the organization: Peta Duncan (Program Coordinator, Deadly Fringe); Ebony Addinsall (Head of Marketing) and Toby Sullivan (General Manager). Peta Duncan is the Program Coordinator for Deadly Fringe, the Melbourne Fringe First Nations program. …

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States hand over recordings of Indigenous oral histories to tribal control

There are over 600 oral history records housed where Lina Ortega is Associate Curator of Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. Ortega speaks limited Seminole, one of the languages ​​heard on the recordings. But while reviewing a regular 1969 tribal government meeting, she kept hearing a name …

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Stockton’s Chicano Research Center provides information on Latino heritage

Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing, and KCRA 3 takes a closer look at the contributions of Latinos to the United States. Richard Soto is a Vietnam veteran on a mission to promote literacy with his one-of-a-kind library in the heart of Stockton. He says he is also living …

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Kyuss fans celebrate family and community

Deep in the barrenness of Sky Valley along Dillon Road is a yellow and blue sign that reads “Welcome to Sky Valley”. It’s simple and looks like any sign a town would display to welcome visitors and residents. But the Sky Valley sign has its place in rock ‘n’ roll …

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343 No longer add premium currency to Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Following community opposition, 343 is abandoning its idea of ​​microtransactions for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. 343 Industries will abandon plans to introduce a premium currency for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. More than two decades after its launch, the Halo the franchise continues to draw crowds, whether this is …

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NFTs light up Wall Street’s evening as VanEck strives to build community with Afropolitan

Afropolitan Co-Founders Alongside VanEck’s Web3 and NFT Team Ring the Closing Bell in New York … [+] Sotck exchange. Maria Gracia Santillana As Wall Street stocks ended sharply lower on Tuesday, Chika Uwazie found herself ringing the New York Stock Exchange closing bell in an optimistic mood. “How often do …

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Princeton unveils portrait of basketball great and politician Bill Bradley ’65

Princeton University unveiled a portrait of alumnus William W. “Bill” Bradley, Class of 1965, at a ceremony Friday, Sept. 9, at Robertson Hall. Portrait of Bill Bradley, painted by Burton Silverman Photo courtesy of Princeton University Museum of Art Bradley led the Princeton men’s basketball team to an Ivy League …

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Alo Yoga launches its first ready-to-wear collection with a limited-edition NFT at New York Fashion Week

Alo Yoga launches its first RTW collection at New York Fashion Week. Hello Yoga Alo Yoga, a leading fashion and lifestyle brand, launches its first ready-to-wear collection paired with its first NFT on MoonPay’s HyperMint platform. The Aspen NFT Collection is a digital Certificate of Authenticity designed to celebrate Alo’s …

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Librarians to launch study of Florida farmworker populations

With funding from a new grant, library researchers at the University of Miami and University of Florida Libraries will host community forums to gather information about the most pressing needs of this vulnerable population, which includes immigrants and others. The Florida Department of Health estimates that between 150,000 and 200,000 …

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Red CentreNATS returns to Central Australia for eighth episode of drag racing, burnout festival

This is the pride and joy of Bruce Thomas. The car enthusiast says that for three years he spent eight hours every weekend restoring his 1972 Ford Falcon XY. “It’s just to look good and ride. That’s it,” he said. Mr Thomas said the iconic vehicle was a rusty mess …

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Governor Wolf Applauds President Biden for His $62.7 Million Investment in SWPA Robotics and Autonomy Cluster as Part of ‘Building Back a Better Regional Challenge’

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) has named the Southwestern Pennsylvania New Economy Collaborative one of 21 winners of the Plan’s Build Back Better Regional Challenge. American rescue. The EDA is awarding approximately $62.7 million in grants to the Southwestern Pennsylvania …

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Ohio State faculty and staff receive grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Marian Moser Jones, associate professor of health services management and policy at the College of Public Health and associate professor at Department of History, joined The Ohio State University this year. One of his first projects was completing his grant application for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Earlier …

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The International Council of Museums redefines the word “museum”

Comment this story Comment For the first time in 15 years, the International Council of Museums (ICOM), a non-profit organization that makes recommendations and sets standards around the world, has updated its definition of the word “museum”. After years of debate over the ideological character of the definition, the final …

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Teams prepare for the CHaD Battle of the Badges on Friday in Manchester, NH

Police and firefighters will face off Friday night on the baseball field to raise money for Dartmouth Hitchcock Children’s Hospital.The 11th annual Battle of the CHAD Badges Baseball Classic is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday at the Delta Dental Stadium. There was one last tune- today for Team Fire, who …

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What is a Niche Internet Micro Celebrity?

Comment this story Comment People from all over the greater Sioux Falls, SD area know Bryce Wollmann. At 6ft 6in, the 25-year-old operating room nurse is hard to miss, but it’s his online cult following that made him a star. Wollmann’s Internet presence is loud and fun. He tweets life …

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Henrietta and Rush Libraries Eliminate Overdue Fines Starting 9/1

When she was growing up in Hamlin, the nearest public library, the Seymour branch in Brockport, was something of a haven for Adrienne Pettinelli. “I was living in a difficult family situation and reading was so essential to me,” she said. “It was essential for me to understand the life …

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New Blackboard Feature Means More Control for UTSA Faculty, Less Cost for Students | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well as …

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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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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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“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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Lethbridge food banks exceed Target Hunger collection goal despite rising grocery prices – Lethbridge

It has become a year like no other for the Lethbridge Food Bank and the Interfaith Food Bank Society of Lethbridge as growing demand keeps them from keeping pace. But despite the pressure, the food banks were thrilled to exceed their collection goal for the annual citywide Target Hunger food …

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New COVID-19 surge comes sooner than expected in La Plata County – The Durango Herald

San Juan Basin Public Health recommends return to masks Olivia Cates, tester, with COVIDCheck Colorado, performs a COVID-19 nasal swab PCR test on an individual Nov. 24, 2021, at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald file) Jerry McBride COVID-19 transmission rates in Archuleta and La Plata counties and …

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Police focus on trauma-informed techniques to serve campus community | CU Boulder today

Police officers must be neutral, fair and equitable when interviewing people implicated in crimes in order to best ensure a successful investigation. This is the theory behind a science-based interview methodology called FETI (Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview), which also emphasizes making sure not to re-traumatize victims of crime when gathering …

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Binance to be Official Sponsor of The Weeknd’s Global Concert Tour

Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced that it will be the official sponsor of Canadian singer The Weeknd’s “After Hours Til Dawn” tour, which kicks off on July 8, 2022. The exchange collaborated with think tank and community incubator HXOUSE to release an NFT collection for The Weeknd’s tour, as well …

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Richmond American opens new community in Corona

Three inspired model homes will debut this Saturday at Horizons in Terramor CORONA, Calif., June 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Richmond American Homes of Californiaa subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is thrilled to announce the opening of a new community at Crown, Horizons at Terramor (RichmondAmerican.com/HorizonsAtTerramor). This recent addition …

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Underwater drone measures ocean carbon levels

Researchers use a submarine drone to measure carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the ocean. It is believed to be the first time such a vehicle has been used specifically to test CO2 levels. The vehicle, which the team also calls a glideris designed to dive up to 1,000 meters in …

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Your chance to gaze at Roman treasures at Helmsley Archeology Shop

VISITORS will be able to gaze at treasures from Roman times when an archaeological store opens for the first time since the pandemic. The Helmsley Archeology Store, in Helmsley, North Yorkshire, contains several hundred thousand artefacts, ranging in age from the prehistoric period to the Cold War era. Most of …

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Property taxes are a concern, but caution is advised | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well as …

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Fantastic exhibitions, major retrospectives on view at suburban Chicago museums this summer

Many people prefer to be outdoors in the summer. But on those sweltering days or those stormy days that make outdoor activities impossible, you might want to check out the myriad options at Chicago-area museums. Observe fantastic creatures inspired by folklore or the tribal treasures of indigenous peoples, get up …

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DHR Global tapped by Museum of Arts and Sciences to find new leader

May 20, 2022 – Chicago-based executive search firm DHR Global has been retained by the Museum of Arts and Science (MOAS) in Daytona Beach, Florida to lead its search for a new executive director. The mission is led by James Abruzzo, Managing Partner, Nonprofit Global Practice and Michele Baird Counter …

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The Albers Foundation launches a Senegalese museum housing returned objects – ARTnews.com

A new museum in Senegal dedicated to exhibiting African art and storing repatriated artefacts is set to open in early 2025, the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation announced this week. The future museum, Bët-bi, which translates in the West African Wolof dialect as “the eye”, will be located in the …

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New York City museum showcases Indigenous perspectives

NEW YORK — When he first visited the American Museum of Natural History, Morgan Guerin had a list. Not things he wanted to check, though – a list of things he hated. It started with seeing some insignia of his Musqueam Indian band – sacred items not intended for public …

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Auckland Central City Library basement fire

James Halpin / Stuff Fire crews attend to a fire at Auckland Central Library in the CBD. A fire has been brought under control in the basement of Auckland Central City Library, Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) said. The fire did not threaten any valuable collections in the basement, …

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THIS IS THE SHIP THAT PUT SAILORS IN THE METAVERSE

SINGAPORE, May 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — THIS IS THE SHIP, from Asia biggest festival at sea, has been sailing the seven seas since 2014 and is about to embark on a journey into the metaverse after a three-year hiatus. It will be from Asia first music festival to combine blockchain …

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Labcorp acquires diagnostic clinical laboratory services from AtlantiCare

BURLINGTON, NC, and TOWNSHIP OF EGG HARBOUR, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Labcorp (NYSE: LH), a leading global life sciences company, and AtlantiCare, southern New Jersey’s largest healthcare organization, today announced that they have entered into a transaction to extend their long-term strategic relationship. Labcorp will acquire certain assets of AtlantiCare’s clinical outreach business, …

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Portsmouth Athenaeum Standing Together exhibition on LGBTQ+ activism

Sherry wood | Special for Seacoastonline PORTSMOUTH – The timing of “Standing Together: Seacoast LGBTQ+ Social and Support Groups” couldn’t be better, according to Tom Kaufhold, who curates the exhibition which opens June 3 at the Randall Gallery at the Portsmouth Athenaeum. “We exist, we existed, we were part of …

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April revenue to soaring state treasury | Community News

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Mandy Owen is running for Greenmeadow Ward County Council as a Labor Party candidate. Find out why Mandy thinks you should vote for her on May 5

mandy owen Mandy was asked to answer this question- You should vote for me in the Greenmeadow election because– and here is his answer Hello everyone, my name is Mandy Owen. I’ve lived in Greenmeadow most of my life. I grew up here, moved here when I got married, and …

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The city in New Zealand that needs a passport

To add to the festivities, a “president” is elected each Republic Day. John Herlihy currently holds the seat of power, who says he “was sort of bulldozed there by neighbors and grandkids in 2017”. He added: “It all sounded like a bit of a laugh, but when the day came …

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Widow asks construction workers for help in asbestos mystery

The widow of a retired construction worker is appealing for her husband’s former co-workers to come forward following his death from asbestos-related cancer. Alan Knowles, of Hinckley, died of mesothelioma, a cancer of the lung lining associated with exposure to asbestos, often decades before. The diagnosis came as a shock …

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Amherst Community Theatre, Yiddish Book Center welcomes visitors again with new events and programs

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on musical groups, theater companies, dance troupes and others over the past two years. But many have now returned to live shows – and now it’s the turn of Amherst Community Theatre. ACT, which presented its last performance, “Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical,” in January …

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How to plan a round the world trip aboard the 196m The World

Ownership of a luxury home on The world offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the world from the comfort of your own home at sea. Since her delivery in 2002, the 196 meter private residential yacht has visited over 1,000 ports of call on seven continents. But with owners representing …

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Medical Bills Can Really Hurt Your Credit Rating | Quigley

Neither your mortgage nor your auto loan appear on your consumer credit report. But the hospital and doctor bills are there. And, my boy! can they hurt your credit score. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently released a report showing that 58% of debts sent for collection relate to …

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Ipswich thanked for generosity to refugees

Published: 16:00 16 April 2022 Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February there have been many appeals in Ipswich for help and funds to support the refugees. Much of that help has now arrived in the places that need it most. Magdalena Chambers, one of the directors of the …

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LFLA presents Something In Common exhibit at the Los Angeles Public Library

The Library Foundation of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) today announce a major new series of exhibitions and programs called Something in Common, highlighting the ways we form community. The exhibition will run from May 7 to November 6, 2022. Exploring Unique Connections, Something in Common, …

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SunLive – Glass makes a welcome return to curbside

Glass crates are making their long-awaited return to Western Bay’s curbside collection service. Blue glass crates will return to curbside collection times from Monday, April 11. Food waste collections still cannot be collected. “The restoration of glass crate collection comes as collective Kerbside contractors from Western Bay of Plenty District …

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State Revenue Sets Records with March Collections of $150 Million Ahead of Schedule | State and region

Gov. Jim Justice announced Friday that West Virginia’s general tax revenue for March 2022 was $488.1 million — an all-time high for March, according to the governor’s office. March 2022 collections were $150.1 million above estimates and 29.9% higher than the previous year’s receipts. Nine months through fiscal 2022, year-to-date …

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Memories of the community | Lifestyle | galtheraldonline.com

Volunteers needed for the Senior Resource Center The Commission on Aging is looking for volunteers to staff the Galt Senior Resource Center, which opens April 4. The commission is looking for people who can operate a computer and are willing to answer seniors’ questions in person, over the phone, on …

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Preserving History in Colorado’s New National Historic Site

A new crown jewel was added to the national park system when President Joe Biden signed the Amache National Historic Site Act into law on March 18. Amache, also known as the Grenada Relocation Center, is a World War II internment camp for Japanese Americans located near Grenada, Colorado. Under …

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Ann Arbor District Library Appoints New Director After Nationwide Search

ANN ARBOUR, Mich. – The Ann Arbor District Library has a new captain at the helm, and it didn’t take far to look. On Tuesday, Eli Neiburger was named the new director of the library system after conducting a nationwide search. As the current deputy director of the AADL, Neiburger …

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Rochdale News | News Headlines | Rochdale residents invited to contribute to new Touchstones exhibit

Date published: March 22, 2022 Touchstones Art Gallery and Museum recently launched its new exhibition ‘Whose Voice?’, developed by artist Simeon Barclay, alongside poet and playwright Liz Mytton Rochdale residents are invited to share their own experiences and memories to be part of ‘Whose Voice?’, Touchstones’ latest exhibition …

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Miami Valley Veterans Museum presents new exhibit on women in the military

TROY — The Miami Valley Veterans Museum salutes women across the region with a new exhibit, “Giving Voice to Women Who Served,” which opened during Women’s History Month in March. Two of these women – Carmen “Penny” Adams and Lt. Col. Terry Calvert – were featured in a program promoting …

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Theft and fraud are rampant in the “Wild West” of NFTs. Here’s how artists and buyers can protect themselves

When friends of artist Giovanna Sun alerted her in mid-January that there was an Instagram account posing as her profile, her reaction was quick and determined: she immediately alerted her other friends and followers to the fake account, and mobilized them to report it to social networks. media platform. Two …

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Kilkenny towns will have WEEE Ireland electrical item collections

WEEE collections of household electrical items are returning to Kilkenny towns this year. Five communities will host collections in May and June. Collections will begin on May 21 at the Erins Own GAA Club in Castlecomer. Other collections will take place at the Piltown Community Center on May 28; at …

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Budget office sees growing surplus in latest forecast, but inflation and war pose risks

March 11, 2022 The Multnomah County Budget Office released an update to its five-year budget outlook on Thursday, March 10, revising fiscal year 2022 revenue upward by $3.4 million. The overall forecast has been revised upwards by $40 million. The five-year financial forecast helps the Council assess the long-term financial …

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Area Libraries Receive Funding | News, Sports, Jobs

The building housing the Bellwood-Antis Public Library is starting to show its age, said Jessica Ford Cameron, one of the library’s principals, but plans are underway for large-scale renovations which are expected to be completed in the coming months. next five years. The library received $5,250 in grants …

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NRPS will host the 2nd Annual “NRPS Spring Food Drive”

The Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) is proud to announce that they will be hosting the 2nd Annual NRPS Spring Food Drive. The NRPS will partner with nine local food banks and 12 local grocery stores to help support the demand for food and donations in Niagara. Food insecurity …

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Reviews | Your librarian wants to challenge, not ban

Librarians take a dim view of the censorship of any work, no matter where it comes from. The greatest danger to our democracy is not “woke librarians”, whoever they are, but those who would not only ban books, but also burn them. Suggestions for such activities only come from the …

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A Ukrainian worker at popular South Shields takeaway restaurant Friez and Burgz thanks South Tyneside, as the couple set up collection points in the borough to support those fleeing Ukraine

Danielle Lamoury, 37, and her companion, Gavin Benos, 41, have decided to set up collections throughout the borough for people who want to help after thousands of people were forced to flee the country following the invasion by Russia. The donated goods will be given to the North East company …

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COVID-19: latest news on the demonstration in Parliament, community outbreak of COVID-19 – Thursday March 3

11:32 am – Auckland Mayor Phil Goff gave an update on the roads around the Auckland Domain saying they are now open to the public. Here is the full statement: Roads leading to the Auckland/Pukekawa Estate were reopened to the public this morning following a successful operation by police and …

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Improve your software skills with university libraries

Lora Lennertz, Data Services Librarian, will be offering training sessions on data management, Git, HathiTrust, programming, and Unix this month. All sessions will be virtual and are offered to the campus community at no cost to attendees. Participants will receive instructions for joining sessions when they register. …

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Howard University gets $2 million to digitize black newspapers

A massive effort is underway at Howard University to digitize thousands of black newspapers in an effort to make material more accessible and provide primary sources at a time when some are trying to whitewash the story. The historically black university recently received a $2 million grant that will allow …

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The UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum

For Joseph Galliano, director of British charity Queer Britain, museums signal the stories and communities we care about. A new museum in London, dedicated to British LGBTQ+ history, will open in spring 2022 and share the journey of a community whose history many feared would be forgotten. Photo: UNglobe.org In …

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Winter Weather Advisory for February 23 – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Posted on February 23, 2022 To request city services or to report problems: MyFW App Website City Call Center 817-392-1234 Water Services Call Center 817-392-4477 Several City of Fort Worth departments continue to monitor low temperatures and winter precipitation forecasts for this week. Here are the latest updates: Subscribe to …

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Easter Island’s Moai Statue Begins Its Return Journey, 150 Years After It Was Moved To Santiago | Chile

A huge Moai statue, one of Easter Island’s iconic stone monuments, began its return journey on Monday, after being removed and taken to Santiago, where it has been housed since 1870. The statue’s return comes after a years-long campaign to have it returned to Rapa Nui, as Easter Island is …

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