‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast: Draft insider Tony Pauline talks about the giants

NFL draft insider Tony Pauline was my guest Monday on the “Valentine’s Views” podcast. We discussed various topics related to the New York Giants. Tony shared his thoughts on the Giants’ decision to cut defensive back Logan Ryan. We discussed whether Michigan edge defenseman David Ojabo could be available for …

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Meet Vermont Singer Josh Panda

SOUTH BURLINGTON – It wasn’t even a gig, just the crew getting ready for a show that night, but Josh Panda showed up at the Higher Ground on Wednesday afternoon looking like an international rock star. He entered through the backstage door sporting glittering amber-tinted sunglasses on his boyish face …

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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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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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How to start a podcast: the best recording equipment, microphones to buy

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. So you want to reframe “Hey, I have a podcast” from a terrible pickup line to an actual statement of fact. It would require you to start a podcast, …

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New youth band and choir in Wrexham and Denbighshire

A youth group and a children’s choir provide young people with new opportunities and ensure normality after the pandemic. The sessions are free to access and, at the youth group, participants do not need to own their own instruments but can borrow supplies from the cooperative. The idea is to …

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Downtown Knoxville businesses will hold free arts events to complement the Big Ears Music Festival

Starting March 24, businesses in downtown Knoxville will host free events to showcase people’s creativity. Knoxville, Tenn. – While Big ears, Knoxville fills with people from all over the world for a weekend filled with music and fun. This year, more than 25 downtown businesses will participate and host free …

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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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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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How the ‘Geekset’ podcast is making its mark in Blerd culture

The Geekset Podcast “Geekset” Podcast The media and pop culture fans who regularly flock to comic book conventions have experienced a problem in terms of live events over the past two years due to the pandemic. That didn’t stop some members of the pop press, like the Geekset podcast, to …

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The Boo Radleys: follow up with the falling album review

The evolution of the Boo Radleys roughly follows the timeline of 1990s British pop guitar. Ichabod and me, the 1990 debut album from the Merseyside quartet, fronted by guitarist Martin Carr and vocalist Simon “Sice” Rowbottom, was one-piece with the overdriven, hyperspace sound of bands like Teenage Fanclub and Swervedriver. …

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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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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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F1 Testing – Bahrain Day 3

The world champion edged Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc as most of the targeted performance on the pitch comes late in the final session. Verstappen completed what was the second-fastest lap of the Bahrain test on the same set of tires he used in a spin out of the final corner. Mick …

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Lilac Festival 2022 free concerts include Blues Traveler, UpRooted

Blues Traveler, the Zac Brown Tribute Band and UpRooted with Rusted Root’s Michael Glabicki are among the musical groups that will headline the 2022 Rochester Lilac Festival, organizers and local officials announced Wednesday. This is the first time since 2019 that the event will offer free concerts. “We look forward …

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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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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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The Construction Record Podcast – Episode 160: Safety Champions Part 2 with Judith Reda and Patricia Pereira

This week on the Construction Record podcast, Judith Reda, staff manager and program coordinator for the Ontario General Contractors Association and Champions League Safety Committee, and Patricia Pereira, director of health and of Kenaidan Contracting Ltd. Safety, talk to Digital Media Editor Warren Frey about women advancing safety in the …

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Recording Academy Appoints Ryan Butler Vice President; Def Jam Links Kendrick Lamar

the recording academy announced the appointment of Ryan Butler as Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, effective immediately. He fills a role previously held by Valeisha Butterfield Jones, who was promoted to co-chair last year, and to whom Butler will report. Butler leads diversity, equity and inclusion internally and …

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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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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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The Sun’s Arizin: Villanova Basketball Podcasts

Happy Wednesday Nova Nation! In case you’ve been living under a rock, today’s the start of the Big East Tournament. Oh, have you been living under a rock? Well in that case we need to get you up to speed quick. If you want everything you’re going to need to …

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Walmart+ members can get 6 months of Spotify Premium for free

Photo credit: Thomas Marks Spotify is teaming up with Walmart to give Walmart+ subscribers six free months of streaming music. Walmart+ is the national retailer’s answer to Amazon Prime, which offers free two-day shipping and a myriad of other benefits to subscribers. It’s likely that Walmart is hoping the added …

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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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‘Setting The Table’ Podcast Explores How African American Cuisine Pave The Way For American Cuisine

Setting the Table is a new Whetstone Radio Collective podcast hosted by a food writer Deb Freemanand premieres March 8. Setting the Table explores the histories and histories of African American cuisine and pathways, and lays out the argument that African Americans created the basis of American cuisine, even though …

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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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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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What should we expect from the Utah Jazz in the last weeks of the NBA regular season?

Also, which jazz team would be the best team to do a TV show? Utah Jazz’s Rudy Gobert kicks the ball against the Houston Rockets during the second half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, March 2, 2022 in Houston. The Jazz won 132-127 in overtime. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) …

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The Irish Connection – Free Music, Dance and Story Sharing Community Event

About the event Huntersville’s historic Hugh Torrance House and Store (HTHS) presents “The Irish Connection” Saturday, March 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the store and Cedar Grove with music, dancing, performances, and historical information about the Scottish-Irish connection north of Mecklenburg. This is the second event for …

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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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Nova launches The Sports Update and The Fashion Update podcasts

To share Tweeter To share E-mail NOVA Entertainment Podcast Network (NEPN) has announced the launch of two new podcasts, The sports update and The fashion update. The sports update is an extension of the podcast network‘s hit Australian and global current affairs show The update and will focus on the …

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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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The Leadmill unveil Music Trails range as free shows return to Sheffield

The Leadmill this week announced the highly anticipated lineup for Sheffield Music Trails, which is set to return for its second year. Artists including headliners Kawala, Abbie Ozard and BedThe High Club room will take over the stages of 19 different venues on Saturday, April 2. Frazier Spooner, 23, promotions …

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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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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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Las Blancas podcast: What we learned from Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Alhama

In this episode of Las Blancas Podcast, Om Arvind and Grant Little discuss: “The DNA of Real Madrid” in the Copa de la Reina/del Rey If Toril should have called more B-team products Alhama Defensive Tactics Las Blancas dribbling too much Problematic performance in the back row How Madrid created …

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Charlotte Cardin leads with six Juno nominations

Charlotte Cardin says she’ll be popping champagne in France to celebrate her upset at the top of six Juno nominations this year. The Montreal pop singer has edged out some of Canada’s biggest superstars, including five-time nominees Justin Bieber and The Weeknd, to become the star contender at the upcoming …

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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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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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Insider and Axel Springer back a new podcast company

Insider and its parent company, German publishing giant Axel Springer, are investing in a new podcast company called Spooler, Insider CEO Henry Blodget told Axios. Spooler will co-produce a new podcast with Insider called “The Refresh from Insider” using proprietary technology that makes it easier for producers to update podcast …

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Ukrainian musician performs at Union Station on Sunday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Ukrainian musician and educator taped a performance Sunday night at Union Station to celebrate Ukrainian culture after the image of Union Station illuminated in blue and gold won national support for its image of solidarity with Ukraine. Union Station President and CEO George Guastello said …

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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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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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10 Podcasts Marvel Fans Need To Listen To

Podcasts are incredibly popular right now as a way to consume content on the go. Given that Marvel is one of the biggest entertainment brands in the world, it’s no surprise that there are thousands of podcasts, both official and fan-run, out there for audiences to enjoy. RELATED: 5 TV …

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‘Law & Order’ is back after a 12-year hiatus | Broadcast Events

If you like true crimes, detective stories and mysteries, what a time to live! Between “The Tinder Swindler” (more on that later), “Inventing Anna” and so on, it’s easy to believe we’re in a new era of crime stories. Yet, as the saying goes, what’s old is new again – …

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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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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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Historical podcast on the Fury Road, with Kyle Buchanan

Anyone can sit and think about the collapse of civilization and the end of everything humanity has always cherished all day; it is, right now, one of the hottest trends among sentient beings all over the world. The difference between George Miller and me, for example, is that when I …

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The Northumberland Festival will return in 2022 after a two-year absence

A Northumberland music festival returns this summer after a two-year absence. The Glendale Free Music Festival was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to coronavirus, but is said to be “coming back with a vengeance” in 2022. In addition to family and entertainment at the Wooler Mart, there are plans …

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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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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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Managing Madrid podcast: Is Odriozola good enough to return? Plus Kubo’s defense, Chust vs Mayoral

In this contributor-only episode of the Managing Madrid podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse discuss: – Match between Borja Mayoral and Victor Chust – The new formation of Cadiz -Alvaro Negredo – Takefusa Kubo v Real Betis – Kubo’s defensive issues -Vedat Muriqi – The greatness of Sergio Canales – …

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Gente de Zona Joins ‘Free the Children’ Campaign: Watch – Billboard

Duo Gente de Zona joined Emilio and Gloria Estefan, Yotuel, Willy Chirino and others in the “Free the Children” campaign to show solidarity with Cuban political prisoners. More than 20 children aged 14 to 17 – who are currently awaiting trial or have been released on bail or under house …

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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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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 Secret Life of Canada’s Falen Johnson plays his favorite podcasts, from history to comedy

When Leah-Simone Bowen became our host, were you quietly hoping for an appearance from her Canada’s Secret Life co-host, Falen Johnson? Or better yet, an entire episode hosted by and featuring Falen? It only makes sense! This episode is the SLOC the crossover event you’ve been waiting for. In their …

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SBTV founder Jamal Edwards has died aged 31 as music stars pay tribute to the ‘legend’

The British entrepreneur and YouTube star has helped launch the careers of some of music’s biggest names, including Ed Sheeran, Dave and Jessie J. SB.TV confirmed the news on Sunday evening, although details surrounding his death are not known at this time. Born in Luton, Jamal is the son of …

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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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Housing Conquers All – Voice of San Diego

Southeast San Diego on November 4, 2021. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz The masks have fallen! Kind of. In many places (but not all). This week on the Voice of San Diego podcast, hosts Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Andrea Lopez-Villafaña discuss how weird it is that we’re doing all …

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How to Get a Free Trial – Billboard

Amazon began raising the price of Prime subscriptions on Friday (February 18), but the increase didn’t affect the cost of Amazon Music Unlimited. Amazon is currently running an amazing streaming deal that probably won’t last long, so if you’re thinking of joining Amazon Music Unlimited, this limited promotion might be …

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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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Let’s Gossip (and 4 other podcasts to try this week)

This article was featured in 1.5x Speed, new Yorkof the podcast recommendation newsletter. register here to get it every week. Photo-Illustration: Vulture Happy Valentine’s Day to you. I briefly considered theming this issue around the subject of love and romance and other assorted concepts appropriate to the season, but decided …

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SampleRadar: 500 free IDM samples

In case you didn’t know, IDM stands for Intelligent Dance Music, and if you’re really smart, you’ll soon have access to a whole host of samples to help you create it. The download link below is your gateway to a wide selection of sounds inspired by Aphex Twin, Squarepusher and …

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Wall Street Chads is the first project to provide a decentralized community-driven investment platform

Wall Street Chads New York, NY, Feb. 16 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wall Street Chads (WSC) is the first NFT project of its kind to provide a community-driven, decentralized investment platform. Wall Street Chads was developed to redefine community investing and take retail investing to the next level. The …

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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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Quick Charge Podcast: February 15, 2022

Listen to a recap of the best stories from Electrek’s day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are taped Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in …

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King Crimson and Foreigner’s Ian McDonald dies at 75

Foreigner’s 1977 debut album made Billboard’s Top 5 and sold over five million copies. A song that Mr. McDonald helped write, “Long, very far from home” became a Billboard Top 20 hit. He was co-producer on all three albums he recorded with Foreigner, including “Double Vision” (1978) and “Head Games” …

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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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Free workshops to learn how to create podcasts in Tendring

FREE weekend workshops will give you the chance to learn how to create podcasts, interviews and even get your voice heard on local radio. Saturday workshops, hosted by Colne Radio, will teach presentation skills, work on a podcasting desk and create jingles. Participants will record interviews and may participate in …

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Oak Bay Church airs music pilgrimage for Lent – Vancouver Island Free Daily

A music pilgrimage begins online at an Oak Bay church next month. A noon-hour concert series celebrating the advent of Lent features emerging and established artists from Greater Victoria. This year’s series at St. Mary’s Anglican Church is titled “Pilgrimage,” in honor of the sometimes rocky road everyone has traveled …

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Canada’s Hindu community concerned as two more temple break-ins reported | world news

At least two other burglaries at temples in Canada’s Greater Toronto Area last week have left the Hindu community worried for their safety and frustrated by the lack of progress in investigations into what appears to be a series of break-ins, of thefts and vandalism specifically targeting Hindu places of …

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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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Jon Stewart Asks, “Who Decides” About Podcast Misinformation – Deadline

Old Daily show host Jon Stewart tackles one of the biggest questions of our time: “Who gets to decide” what information constitutes “disinformation”. Speaking on his Apple+ podcast, Stewart cast a cynical eye on so-called ‘fact checkers’ and legacy media labeling some stories as bad news and dismissing them. “The …

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John Adams at 75: “Creating music is above all about discovering yourself”

Can we imagine Beethoven struggling with the demands of 21st century media? The question is on John Adams’ mind as he catches up on a backlog of interviews after a winter storm delayed his concert last week in Cleveland. “He had little patience to deal with anyone”, notes the American …

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This week’s most popular and best-selling NFT collections

The Bored Ape Yacht Club continues to dominate taking the top spot once again this week. However, there are two new top 10 entries that have made millions in the past week. Best Selling NFT Collections This Week The top 10 NFTs with total sales across all platforms according to …

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Kiwi expats explain how unrestricted Denmark copes with Omicron

Kiwi expats living in Denmark shared their experiences of a country without any restrictions despite tens of thousands of new cases per day. The Scandinavian country was one of the first in Europe to remove all Covid restrictions with more than 80% of its population over five double hits and …

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Analyzing Atlanta United’s move for Almada

On Instagram at DouglasDavid Roberson Coverage of Atlanta United on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution The Southern Fried Soccer Podcast is available Apple – https://apple.co/3ISD6Ve Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3L8TN0C Google Podcasts – https://bit.ly/32KlZW3 – Atlanta United 2022 MLS Schedule Feb. 27 vs. Sporting KC, 3 p.m., FS1 March 5 at Colorado, 6 p.m., …

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Hitmaker Sting Sells His Career Music Catalog to Universal

British musician Sting reacts as he arrives at the International Music Prize ceremony in Berlin, Germany November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Feb 10 (Reuters) – British singer-songwriter Sting has sold his career music catalog to Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG), …

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NFT Prices Fail as OpenSea Daily Active User Volume Drops 30% in One Week

Although it looks like OpenSea is keeping pace with January’s $5 billion total volume by generating over $1.3 billion in total volume in the last 7 days, the number of active users has decreased by more than 30% according to data from Dune Analytics. Are we beginning to see a …

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Medicaid programs work to meet pandemic behavioral health needs

A Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that all responding programs had at least one initiative to expand behavioral health services. The difficulty of accessing behavioral healthcare is not new, but the COVID-19 pandemic has further aggravated the imbalance between need and access. The pandemic has resulted in more people suffering …

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Regional recap podcast: New conditions for high-risk groups in Malaysia

Highlights (click/tap above): 00:46 New conditions put in place for high-risk groups to retain COVID-19 vaccination privileges in Malaysia 03:06 Myanmar’s military chief has agreed to arrange for Cambodia’s special envoy from ASEAN to meet members of the ousted ruling party during an upcoming visit 04:49 Myanmar’s military treatment of …

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Omicron Impact: Wellington’s Homegrown and Auckland Arts Festival events canceled

Wellington’s Homegrown Music Festival and dozens of events at the Auckland Arts Festival are the latest cultural victims of Omicron’s impact on New Zealand. Siva Afi at the Auckland Arts Festival last year. A free, online recording of performances scheduled for the Siva Afi Festival will still be available this …

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NCTC Seeks to Advance Information Sharing Efforts Through New Mobile App

The National Counterterrorism Center today launched a new mobile app for sharing counterterrorism alerts with military and federal law enforcement. The new app will also soon be available to state, local, tribal, territorial and other partners, according to the center. Officials say it will help bring real-time alerts and other …

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Napalm Death Frontman Barney Greenway on MetalSucks Podcast #424

Napalm Death’s Mark “Barney” Greenway is back on the show! This time around, we’re discussing getting post-pandemic visas on tour in the US, getting COVID on board while touring with GWAR and Eyehategod, how we need to focus on the venerable right now before returning to a new normal, and …

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The Free Spotify Alternatives for Your Music Streaming

Spotify has been at the center of controversy in recent weeks after artists like Neil Young pulled their music from the streaming service. Young people and other musicians are concerned about the Joe Rogan Podcast, one of Spotify’s biggest podcasts, accusing it of promoting anti-vaccination views. On January 24, when …

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New Year sees gross receipts swell | Community

OKLAHOMA CITY — State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced that gross treasury receipts show Oklahoma’s economy is doing very well heading into the new year. January gross receipts of $1.5 billion were up more than 27% from the same month last year. Year-over-year revenue of $15.5 billion represents growth of more …

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Victoria announces $6.5 million plan for LGBTQ community

She said a 21-year-old woman from Melbourne, Jenny, came to VincentCare accommodation after a spell of couch surfing and was grateful she ‘didn’t have to hide’ her bisexuality just to have a safe home. “Specialised, peer-run LGBTIQ+ organizations in Victoria are critically important and play a crucial role in supporting …

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Joe Rogan apologizes for using racial slurs on past podcasts

Joe Rogan apologized on Saturday after a video of the star podcaster was released using a racial slur in previous episodes. In an Instagram post, Mr Rogan, who hosts the popular ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ on Spotify, said he offered “my sincere and humble apologies” for what he called “the …

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How to Quit Spotify Without Losing Your Music

For some people, Spotify is just the green button on their phone that lets them listen to music. But for others, it’s the focal point of a larger conversation about how platforms can shape our culture and the role they should play in tackling misinformation. This conversation recently came to …

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Central Minnesota Library System Waives Late Fees

They say traffic has increased since this positive news. ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Times have changed, and so have libraries. “Our libraries are a community hub no matter what community they are in,” said Great River Regional Library General Manager Karen Pundsack. “In some communities, the primary function it serves …

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Best Podcasts of the Week: A nostalgia fest that fans of the New Girl cast will love | Podcasts

Selections of the week Welcome to our showIt’s official: “Millennium TV series revisited with the original cast” is the podcast genre of the day. We’ve had The OC, Scrubs and Sex and the City – now it’s time for Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone and Lamorne Morris to reminisce about every …

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The National Museum of African American Music offers free admission in February

Your next visit to the National Museum of African American Music might come with admission to the house. To celebrate Black History Month, the museum is partnering with corporate sponsor Nissan to offer free admission on Wednesdays in February. The offer comes without a ticket: visitors can board between 9 …

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Red Springs commissioners hear about sites chosen for future development

RED SPRINGS — Commissioners here learned on Tuesday that three sites have been identified for the future development of industrial sites or business parks in the city. Red Springs City Manager David Ashburn told commissioners that the city, which provides its own electricity through ElectriCities, was looking for areas with …

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‘Havana Syndrome’ Could Be Caused By External Power Source: Intel Community Experts

The U.S. intelligence community has yet to determine what is causing the debilitating symptoms and bizarre experiences of hundreds of U.S. government personnel in dozens of locations around the world, according to a new report from a group of experts. experts. But the latest intelligence report on what is commonly …

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A Guide to Boston’s Indie Music Scene – The Daily Free Press

With Berklee College of Music at its beating heart and many wonderful opportunities for the arts, Boston can’t help but be a magnet for young talent. Although I have been part of the Boston University community for less than a year, I am very fortunate to have discovered the breathtaking …

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Moose Knuckles and Eckhaus Latta launch outerwear capsule collection

Moose Knuckles, the Montreal-based outerwear brand, has announced a collaboration with designers Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta and their eponymous American fashion brand Eckhaus Latta. The 10-piece collection features ultra-lightweight down, making certain items, like a women’s ankle-length down jacket, as light as a dress. The goal of the collaboration …

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Health hazard fears: Christchurch Street bombarded by bird poo

A group of Christchurch residents are asking for help to deal with a shitty situation in their neighborhood. Families living on Dudley Street say thousands of birds nesting in the trees above their homes are covering their properties with poop, raising concerns about the danger to public health. Becca Hughes …

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Spotify announces change to podcasts after Rogan controversy

(NEXSTAR) – Following recent controversy, music streaming platform Spotify has announced that it will now add a content advisory to podcast episodes that include discussion of COVID-19. It comes after several musicians called for their music to be removed from Spotify due to misinformation about vaccines. In a blog post …

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The psychology of your scrolling addiction

Studies have shown that 77% of employees use social media at work. Why is it so easy to fall down the rabbit hole of content consumption? And what does it take to withdraw and resume the work you want to do? In this article, the authors discuss the results of …

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Rapid antigen tests accumulate in homes and offices, but they cannot be recycled. here’s why

In recent months, rapid antigen tests (RATs) have become a rare commodity. Australians have been browsing chemists or queuing for hours at public clinics to get the kits, all amid reports of “outrageous” price gouging. In mid-January, Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt promised that 70 million kits, made overseas, would …

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