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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Harry and Meghan express ‘concerns’ to Spotify over misinformation

The couple first raised the issue last April and have continued to urge Spotify to root out misinformation, a spokesperson for their foundation, Archewell, said on Sunday. Their invention comes after Neil Young and Joni Mitchell both asked Spotify to remove their music from the platform, objecting to his popular …

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Archive 81: Before It Was A Horror Series On Netflix, It Was A Hit Podcast

Archives 81 Archives 81 is Netflix’s newest horror series, following a movie archivist who agrees to restore damaged videotapes and soon finds himself embroiled in a mystery involving a missing director and a demonic cult. (Netflix loves cults!) Whether you’ve already binged it or not, you should return to the …

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Americana music pioneer Cary Hudson arrives at the Woodshop in Chattanooga

Photo courtesy of Chad Edwards/MCE Photography / Cary Hudson is an American/alt-country artist who was at the forefront of genres in the 80s and 90s. He will perform February 5 at The Woodshop in St. Elmo. Mississippi native Cary Hudson said moving to Los Angeles in 1990 gave him a …

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After huge pandemic losses, governments see rapid rebound | News, Sports, Jobs

(AP) – State and local governments lost at least $117 billion in expected revenue at the start of the pandemic, analysis by the Associated Press shows, but many are now awash in record sums, spurred in part by the federal aid. In response to this dramatic turnaround, governors, legislators and …

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Brock Makerspace Launches New Learning Paths – The Brock News

Have you ever wanted to create a song, design a custom sign, or experiment with 3D modeling and electronics? Brock University Library’s Makerspace is launching a new series of themed, curated “journeys” that combine a variety of online workshops with hands-on maker hours. Workshops help attendees deepen their knowledge, develop …

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Podcast: What’s on at Sundance 2022 and Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked

This week, Cherlynn and Devindra bring you the best and worst of the tech-related projects from Sundance 2022. Which films coming out of the series will be worth watching when they release? Are VR projects easily visible? What, if anything, did they say about the Metaverse? Next, our hosts review …

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Fremantle Arts Center Reveals Stellar Lineup For Free Sunday Music Sessions – OUTInPerth | LGBTQIA+ News and Culture | OUTInPerth

Sunday Music at the Fremantle Arts Center will present one of its most diverse and youthful lineups to date in January, February and March, completing another glorious summer of free live music at Walyalup. Held every Sunday until April 3, Sunday Music features a carefully curated selection of some of …

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What Advisors Need to Know About NFT Investing

Every day seemingly brings a new scam to the crypto world, and yet the growth of the industry is by no means slowing down. The popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), at least for now, continues to eclipse news of scams such as “rug pulls,” where creators of NFTs increase the …

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The Pryor Center Presents “”Once Forgotten” – A Short Historical Documentary”

Photo submitted Obed Lamy The Pryor Center Presents lecture series presented by the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History at the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences continues Thursday, February 3 with a screening of Obed Lamy’s documentary film once forgotten. Lamy …

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Spotify Reportedly Removed Neil Young’s Music Over Joe Rogan’s Podcast Objections

Neil Young performs at the Quebec Summer Festival on July 6, 2018 in Quebec, Canada. Scott Legato | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Spotify is working to remove Neil Young’s music from the streaming platform following an impasse over star podcaster Joe Rogan’s coronavirus comments, The Wall Street Journal …

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Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day Waste and Recycling Changes

Curbside rubbish and recycling will be collected one day later than usual following the Auckland Birthday and Waitangi Day public holidays. This means that if your trash or recycling collection usually falls on Monday, it will be collected on Tuesday. If it is usually collected on Tuesday, it will be …

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Union County Awards 66 “HEART” Grants Bringing the Arts to the Community – Union County, New Jersey

The annual Union County HEART Grant Program funds programs that connect artists to their community (photo credit: Jo Hayes via Institute of Music for Children). The annual program provides funding for workshops, performances, festivals, exhibitions and more. Union County, NJ – The Union County Board of Commissioners announces that 66 …

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No Huddle Podcast: 49ers Return to NFC Championship Game

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports The San Francisco 49ers participate in the NFC Championship Game. Al and Zain discuss the way to get here and the upcoming rematch with the Los Angeles Rams. More: 49ers winning with old school football Special Teams Redemption Dominant Defense No more slander from Arik Armstead …

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Reuben and the Dark will headline Block Heater 7.0 in Calgary

The seventh annual Calgary Folk Music Festival, Block Heater, presented by ATB, takes place next month with some big names in music in reduced settings. Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year’s event, dubbed Block Heater 7.0, is scheduled for February 17-20, with a digital Black History Month panel from …

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How Belfast’s Linen Hall Library got its Robert Burns collection for a song

Andrew Gibson’s extensive collection of works by Robert Burns still resides in the Linen Hall Library in Belfast Thanks to Andrew Gibson, a scholarly businessman and bibliophile with a passion for the poetry of Robert Burns, Thomas Moore and Allan Ramsay, the Linen Hall Library in Belfast has in the …

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Professor Michael Baker on the impact of Omicron on health in the community

New Zealand wakes up this morning to tighter Covid-19 restrictions after a family in the Nelson-Tasman region was confirmed to have the Omicron variant. Ten people have now tested positive in the family’s household, as has one flight who worked on a flight they were on between Auckland and Nelson. …

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IN Focus podcast: Panelists discuss President Biden’s first year, last at Statehouse

Job : January 23, 2022 / 9:36 a.m. EST / Update: January 23, 2022 / 9:36 a.m. EST INDIANAPOLIS — What are Indiana political insiders saying about President Biden’s first year in office? What are their thoughts on several controversial bills at the Statehouse? In the video above, panelists Dr …

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Victoria’s four-week back-to-school COVID plan includes free RATs, masks and replacement teachers. This is what it will look like

The Government of Victoria is committed to having all of its schools resume face-to-face learning for the first day of term one. Concerned that the Omicron variant could have a serious impact on student enrollment and health at the start of the school term, the Andrews government unveiled a four-week …

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Charity guild projects support the community

Members were able to continue to be virtual mentors and tutors for victims of sexual exploitation through Wellspring Living which has a location in Johns Creek. And although a pro-am tennis event raised funds in August, COVID caused the cancellation of the big fundraising gala. But despite this setback, Matt …

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Lucknow man summoned over Clubhouse group which targeted Muslim women, joins probe today: Delhi Police

Delhi Police Cyber ​​Cell has summoned an 18-year-old man from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, to join the investigation after it was discovered he allegedly started a group on the Clubhouse app, where several users reportedly made disparaging remarks against Muslim women. On Saturday, Delhi police said they identified the user ID …

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About That Trash Strike – Voice of San Diego

Republic Services union members form at the entrance to the Republic Services Chula Vista site as a truck waits to cross on January 15, 2022. / Photo by Joe Orellana for Voice of San Diego San Diego can breathe easier. Because there is less waste floating in our face. The …

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Faster Than Sound: Split-Trequency Radio Connects Austin DJs With The World: Online Electronic Station Celebrates Third Anniversary Saturday At The Coconut Club – Music

Shared Frequencies Radio co-directors Atefeh Karabi (l) and Ben Randall (Courtesy of Radio Nopal) Atefeh Karabi just arrived in Mexico City, on a work trip for his underground Internet radio station. She came to meet friends on the internet who joined her Austin-based operation, Split-Frequency Radio. The founder debits other …

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What San Jose can learn from the Neon Museum in Las Vegas

The idea of ​​creating a neon sign park in San Jose had been floating around for a while. Curators, neon enthusiasts and fans of roadside architecture all love the concept — and Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez even proposed a neon park for the fairgrounds in 2019 — but …

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IVM Podcasts Launches Parenting Show – Big Talk About Tiny Humans

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India – Business Wire India IVM Podcasts, India’s leading podcast network, has announced the release of its latest podcast “Big Talk About Tiny Humans”, a weekly talk show for parents, caregivers and educators – featuring conversations between two mothers & parenting experts – Devishobha Chandramouli & Dr Meghna. …

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Corrections: January 20, 2022 – The New York Times

NATIONAL A Wednesday article about a guaranteed income program for New York mothers misidentified the college where Daniela Gutierrez worked when the pandemic hit. It was New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn, not Queens College in Queens, where she had previously worked. SPORTS An article published on Tuesday …

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Republic Services plans to clean up all garbage by the end of January

Republic Services estimates it will remove trash for Chula Vista’s roughly 54,000 customers by the end of the month, but it has yet to let them know when they will be credited for weeks in which no collection occurs. took place. More than 250 sanitation workers from Teamsters Local 542 …

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Delhi police register suo motu FIR against derogatory Clubhouse cat | Latest Delhi News

Delhi Police on Tuesday recorded an FIR (first information report) against unidentified individuals over an offensive conversation on Clubhouse, a social audio network, in which participants could be heard making derogatory comments about Muslim women. Snippets of the recorded audio conversation have since been widely shared on social media platforms …

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Laughing Around the Clock: The Five Best Satirical News Podcasts | Culture

The problem with topical comedy podcasts is that they often get caught between two poles. They are neither as fast and responsive as Twitter, nor as popular and mainstream as a TV panel. The secret of a good one is therefore largely linked to personality. And that’s what propelled Andy …

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Historic DeepBlack NFT Project Pays Tribute to Beeple’s $69M Masterpiece

A recent and plausible prediction is forming around a broad church of projects and collections considered “historically significant NFTs”. This story progressed in October 2021 with a full set of My Curio cards sold for $1.2M auctioned at Christie’s. Now, it’s common to see representatives from all the major auction …

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Afghan MPs fight for their country in exile | News

In November, 28 former female MPs met in Greece. They had fled the Taliban in dramatic fashion and were now reunited in a community center run by Melissa Network, a grassroots organization for migrant and refugee women that played a role in their evacuation. The journalist Amie Ferris-Rotman was here; …

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What if Baker Mayfield and the Browns could agree on an extension? Orange and Brown Talk Podcast

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Option 4 in our Mayfield Matrix series is probably the least likely — what if the Browns go ahead and sign Baker Mayfield to a short overtime? The model here is the three-year extension that Jacksonville somewhat unexpectedly gave Blake Bortles in February 2018 as he entered …

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Bill Callahan and Bonnie “Prince” Billy Merge Their Musical Minds

Two years ago, singer-songwriters Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Bill Callahan released coverage by Yusuf/Cat Stevens”darkness of the night», a dark and quiet song about exile, grief and loneliness. The musician Azita Youssefi, who records as AZITE, contributed acoustic guitar and synthesizer, giving the track a surreal swing. The timing of …

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An offbeat vintage collector challenges the world of fast-fashion

DUBAI: American actress and singer Hilary Duff turned heads this week wearing a pair of heels designed by Lebanese shoemaker Andrea Wazen. The ‘Lizzie McGuire’ star defended the brand’s Denver pumps in white at a press event for her upcoming ‘How I Met Your Father’ show, which premieres on Hulu …

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How the Costa Concordia wreck changed an Italian island

GIGLIO PORTO, Italy – The winding granite rocks of the Tuscan island of Giglio lay bare in the winter sun, no longer hidden by the sinister cruise liner that ran aground in the turquoise waters of this marine sanctuary ten years ago. Few of the approximately 500 residents of the …

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Making your voice heard: an autistic teenager celebrates his 250th podcast

Jackson Robol, host of The Jackson Robol Show podcast, occasionally interviews people who share his autism diagnosis, Monday, Dec. 13, 2021, in Greenville, North Carolina Over the past 18 months, the 18-year-old has had shows featuring everyone from fellow podcasters to pastors and politicians, from athletes to actors and other …

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Celebrate MLK Day with a free virtual concert from Off-Broadway’s NYTF and a musical release by Miri Ben-Ari and Flo Rida

In honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, two free online offerings — one a replay of an annual concert, the other a new music/video release — that capture the shared experiences of African American communities and Jews in the spirit of the reverend’s elevation and always timely message …

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Hometown Collections Exhibition to Open at Summit Art Gallery | News, Sports, Jobs

An example of what visitors to the Summit Art Gallery will see as part of the opening of the Hometown Collections exhibition on January 28 — Contribution WEIRTON – From January 28 to March 10, the Summit Art Gallery at 3539 Main St., Weirton, will present an exhibition of works …

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No live broadcast of the special board meeting

(Des Moines, Iowa – January 13, 2022) – Due to limited staff capacity, the City Communications Office is unable to livestream the special Friday morning (January 14) City Council meeting. from Des Moines. We will then post an audio recording of the event on DSM.city. The meeting begins at 7:30 …

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Podcasts of the Week: American Politics, Tove Janssen and Captivating History

A year ago, last week, a crowd of Donald Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol. You might think you know the story – “QAnon, social media, disgruntled voters” – Danielle Stephens said in The Guardian. But even for those familiar with the background, Gabriel Gatehouse’s new Radio 4 series …

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Ronnie Spector, icon of girl group who sang “Be My Baby”, dies at 78

Musician Ronnie Spector performs at the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City on March 15, 2010. REUTERS / Lucas Jackson / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan. 12 (Reuters) – Ronnie …

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Richmond Hill Public Library waives overdue fines for thousands of patrons

The Richmond Hill Public Library wants you to start the New Year with a clean slate. This is why the RHPL Board of Directors approved the removal of all overdue fines in the future, and also removed all existing overdue fines on accounts receivable, with immediate effect. “Late payment fines …

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UNC Researchers Receive $ 4.3 Million From PCORI To Study Strategies To Improve Health Outcomes For Youth With Developmental And Developmental Disabilities And Their Parents

Kathleen C Thomas, PhD, MPH of UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy to lead a comparative research study on the effectiveness in improving health outcomes for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their parents through two interventions peer group, one led by parents and one adding training in advocacy …

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Listen to CW69 shows podcasts anytime – CW69 Atlanta

Listen to CW69 shows podcasts anytime – CW69 Atlanta

You can listen to podcasts from some of your favorite CW69 shows whenever you want. Just choose your favorite podcast app. The Drew Barrymore Show READ MORE: Three NFL games moved due to COVID-19 outbreaks You can watch The Drew Barrymore Show weekday mornings at 9 a.m. on CW69, but …

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Stephen Lawrence, whose music enriched “Sesame Street”, dies at 82

Stephen Lawrence, who provided some sort of soundtrack to countless childhoods as musical director for the album and TV special “Free to Be… You and Me” and as a longtime songwriter for “Sesame Street,” died Dec. 30 at a medical center in Belleville, NJ He was 82 years old. His …

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Chippewa Valley High School and Roseville family help Kentucky tornado victims – Macomb Daily

The Harrison family of Roseville celebrated Christmas Eve 2021 in the parking lot of Chippewa Valley High School, collecting gifts not for themselves but for the tornado-ravaged town of Mayfield, Ky. The Harrisons have family ties to Mayfield, Ky., The town devastated by a tornado on December 10, 2021. Roger …

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Kathputli live: Musicians, puppeteers from Delhi colony will attract digital viewers | Latest India News

These days, a group of about half a dozen artists from the Kathputli Colony – puppeteers, drummers, dancers – come together, wearing masks, to practice their art in a small aerocon room. The room, whose wall is covered with black fabric, has a mobile phone on a tripod, a microphone, …

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Stick to Sports Podcast: Ohio State Football Recap, Buckeye Donut Craving, Catfish Biff’s, More

Land-Grant Holy Land’s Stick to Sports is unlike any podcast you’ve heard on the Ohio state to beat. Your hosts, Matt Tamanini and Jami Jurich, will be talking about Ohio State sports (of course), but the show’s main focus will be on what happens on the outskirts, like weird / …

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Doja Cat’s Free Outdoor Show Almost Ruined By Bomb Threat

First off, Doja Cat had to cancel one of her last appearances in 2021 due to Covid-19, now the pop star has some crazy fans calling for threats against her shows. Doja was scheduled to give a free show in Indianapolis today, but the show was briefly interrupted by the …

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Link to the library: Binging on hoopla

If you’ve used the hoopla before, you’ll know that it provides free instant loans to your digital device or computer via your library card to over 500,000 titles available to stream instantly, ranging from movies, TV episodes, albums to full music, eBooks, comics and audiobooks. One of the long-standing traditions …

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Omicron’s Wrath – The Voice of San Diego

The temporary bridge shelter of the Alpha project in Barrio Logan. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz At the dawn of the new year, omicron is unleashed. The latest variant of the super contagious coronavirus has been fueled by the holidays and is now hampering everyday life – and San Diego …

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Faster Than Sound: Concert Schedules Crumble Amid Omicron Surge: Free Week Handles Cancellations, Tighter Safety Guidelines Reappear – Music

The evolution of concert programming during a wave of COVID (Left side courtesy of Croy and the Boys) Last Sunday Austin booker Trish connelly tweeted a concise statistic evaluating his upcoming week: “When you book 20 groups over the course of Free week and arrives on January 2, there are …

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‘A Site of Struggle: American Art against Anti-Black Violence’ will debut at the Block Museum of Art on January 26

A new exhibit will explore the different ways that American artists have battled anti-black violence over the past 100 years. “A Site of Struggle: American Art against Anti-Black Violence,” curated and presented by the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, will premiere on January 26, 2022 …

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Community center modernized in 2021 | Local news

With the Community Center reaching 20 years of use, the City invested in improvements to the facility in 2021. Community Services staff proposed improvements to improve the community center with $ 550,000 set aside in the capital budget to begin a longer term vision for the facility. A summary of …

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No Huddle Podcast: Can the 49ers take care of business and sign their ticket to the play-offs?

Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports Al and Zain examine the Week 18 game against the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers’ chances of securing a playoff berth. More: Trey Lance’s performances and future The big three of the 49ers in attack DeMeco Ryan share on the rise High School …

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Lakeway approves zoning for higher density housing despite setback

Lakeway City Council approved two new residential zoning designations on Monday evening, including one for condos and another for higher density housing at 20 units per acre, despite some setback from the community. The two new designations are requested in the overall city plan, which was approved in 2020. Deputy …

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’77 Flavors’ podcast takes couple to every neighborhood to dine out and explore Chicago history

LAKEVIEW – A Lakeview couple expand perceptions of the city’s people – and their palates – in a popular podcast that explores Chicago one neighborhood restaurant at a time. Jordanian cook Sara Faddah and comedian Dario Durham, co-hosts of “77 Flavors of Chicago,” kicked off the weekly podcast on a …

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PODCAST: Colts podcast reveals why Indianapolis Colts lost to Las Vegas Raiders

The Indianapolis Colts prepared very well for Sunday’s game. After big wins over the New England Patriots and Arizona Cardinals, the Colts have placed themselves safely in the playoff table and prepared to claim the AFC’s fifth seed. However, the Las Vegas Raiders entered Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday and …

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Elvis Presley Birthday Events

This week marks what would have been Elvis Presley’s 87th birthday. As always, Graceland and Elvis Presley Enterprises will celebrate the occasion with several days of events, reflections and concerts. While luxury passes and packages are available, here are 5 things – both free events and paid shows available for …

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Accessorize the metaverse with luxury AR portable NFTs

The new year is bursting with style and luxury fashion AR wearable is coming in full force. Space port Going forward, the Metaverse will be bursting with style. But which fashion brands will be playing it this year and in the future? Just as the Cryptopunks sparked the NFT collectible …

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New citizen science project aims to track important avian migration routes in Nova Scotia

Each year in southwestern Nova Scotia, a barely noticeable series of nocturnal chirps signals the presence of a bird route in the sky above. A citizen-focused project is now using new technology and AI to map these migratory routes and other important habitats in the province. The Listening Together project …

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Instant recap podcast: record-breaking performances lead Buckeyes to Rose Bowl victory

After some struggles in the first half, the Ohio State offense exploded behind two record performances to beat Utah 48-45 at the Rose Bowl. The Buckeyes end their season with a strong defensive half and a lot of confidence in the young r Listen to the episode and subscribe: Subscribe: …

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Pritam composes music for THIS Salman Khan production

One of the highlights of the film is Pritam’s music in Ranveer Singh starrer 83. When asked how he conceptualized the songs in the film, he said, “I have memories of listening to the comments on the radio then. But when director Kabir Khan gave me the script to read, …

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Buck Off Podcast: Rose Bowl Preview, CFP Forecast, Why We’re Angry With Kevin Wilson

Listen to the episode and subscribe: Subscribe: RSS | Apple | Spotify | Stapler | Google podcasts | iHeart Radio In today’s episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I am joined, as always, by Jordan williams to discuss the Ohio State Rose Bowl game against the Utah Utes. We …

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How the digital switchover and increased community engagement have helped Indian museums adapt to the new normal

A few museums in India vie to be something new in their post-pandemic recovery rather than a diminished version of what they were Open since May 2021, the Kerala Museum, one of the oldest in Kochi, located in lush greenery in the heart of Edappally, is increasingly crowded on weekends. …

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Thefts notebook: Cedric Tillman hits 1,000 yard landing mark at Music City Bowl

NASHVILLE – The math wasn’t too hard. Junior Redshirt Cedric Tillman entered the Music City Bowl with 69 yards to become Tennessee’s first 1,000-yard receiver since Justin Hunter in 2012 and only the ninth in program history. Tillman’s first catch of the day was a 41-yard touchdown on the fourth …

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Community calendar 30/12/01/06 | Community

The following events are scheduled to take place between Thursday December 30th and Thursday January 6th. 14 Exhibition of the artists’ gallery of the South Every day until December 30 Starring Karen Callahan, Narra Smith Cox, Steve Feren, Susan Merritt, Karen Nell McKean, Jennifer Peters, Julie Raasch, Timothy Seery, Pat …

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Music for the deaf, theater for the blind: how the arts reach out to people with disabilities

Companies like SRT are well aware of the struggle to generate demand. Although it has increased, Adams said the challenge remains that “the service may be available, but we shouldn’t expect people to just show up at the door.” Instead, gradually building a culture of patronizing the arts requires a …

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A&E Calendar: For the best in local entertainment | Local

These are anecdotes 6:30 pm at the Litchfield Eagles Club, 389 CSAH 34. This live hosted event features general questions with a free answer posted weekly on Facebook. Winners can win free beer and gift certificates. For more information, call 320-693-9008. Thursday and Friday December 30-31 Free skating East from …

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Community care services could be rationed in England | NHS

Care services in the community could be rationed amid the spread of Omicron, which is exploding staff absences in England’s public services. Choices will have to be made about which services can and cannot be covered, according to Patricia Marquis, English director of the Royal College of Nursing. “The services …

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Challenge the Professor: Berks Biz Heroes

I thought a great way to end the holiday season was to celebrate the business heroes in our community that you might not know. So, for this month’s Challenge the Prof, I looked to track down Berks’ corporate heroes. And, I found some SUPER! The kind who succeeds, cares about …

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Gilmore Girls: 9 Podcasts Fans Should Listen To

The original town of Stars Hollow is home to everyone’s favorite characters on Gilmore Girls. It’s a city that has good times inside Luke’s Diner, tasty meals at the Dragonfly Inn, and everything a person could possibly need at Doose’s Market. Part of the reason fans are revisiting Gilmore Girls …

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