Take route 66 to a city of reconciliation and growth

Tulsa, OK, downtown skyline from a park with trees, grass, rocks and a stream in the foreground. … [+] The park is Gathering Place, a $ 465 million, 64-acre park that is the largest privately funded community space in U.S. history. getty I met a friend at a church service …

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Podcasts of the week: culture wars, cops and cooking

“For those of us who have tried (and no doubt failed) to write about Culture Wars in a spirit of honest and open good faith,” Jon Ronson is “something of an icon,” James said. Marriott in the Times. His 2015 book So you’ve been publicly ashamed remains the “final” account …

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Mountain View gas station distributes hundreds of free Thanksgiving meals to community members

Mt. View Shell Resort owner Insook Baik confirms the number of free Thanksgiving dinners one person needs on Thursday, November 25, 2021 (Bill Roth / ADN) For over a decade, Insook Baik has prepared Thanksgiving dinner for hundreds of people every year. As the owner of the Shell gas station …

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How to support Milwaukee entrepreneurs of color on Black Friday (and beyond)

CirculateMKE’s mobile marketplaces connect customers to some of Milwaukee’s most diverse vendors. The market reappears this Black Friday at PEAK Initiative in the Midtown district. (File photo provided by Shalina Ali) There are plenty of opportunities to shop for gifts on Black Friday, but it can be difficult to find …

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Police present footage of officers shooting Ajmal Amani during tense community meeting

Ajmal Amani was possibly suffering from a mental health crisis when he was shot dead by two police officers on November 19 at the Covered Wagon Hotel in SoMa. During a virtual community meeting held on Wednesday afternoon, the SFPD confirmed that Officer John Quinlan fired at the gun that …

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Best podcasts and chill out games for PS5 and PS4

What are the best podcasts and relaxing games for PS5 and PS4? While there are plenty of story-based immersive experiences on Sony systems, sometimes you just want to kick back with a podcast and keep your hands busy. We define “podcast games” as titles that allow you to switch off …

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Holiday events in the Alle-Kiski valley

Apollo • The Apollo Area Historical Society and the Apollo Events Committee will be sponsoring a free night with Santa and Mother Christmas from 6 to 9 p.m. on December 4 at Drake Log Cabin in the borough. There will be a bonfire, hot drinks, cookies and an opportunity to …

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Telephone Telehealth Visits May End Soon Unless Lawmakers Act: Shots

Community clinics say easing restrictions on telehealth during the pandemic have allowed health workers to connect with hard-to-reach patients via a phone call – people who are poor, old or living in remote areas and don’t. not having access to a computer or cell phone with video capability. Silke Enkelmann …

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Real Crime Podcasts: 15 Of The Best True Crime Podcasts To Listen To, According To Spotify Podcasts

The popularity of podcasts hasn’t stopped, with many of us making it part of our daily routine to listen to our favorite pods almost daily – and there’s no denying that the need for in-depth podcasts on actual crime has grown dramatically over the years. last decade. Although with such …

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Celebrate the Vacation at Travis Park! – The city of San Antonio

CONTACT: Kelly Kapaun Saunders, (210) 207-8031Email: [email protected] SAN ANTONIO (November 22, 2021) – Celebrate the Travis Park vacation with free and family-friendly events! Enjoy a spectacular holiday light show every night until January 10, 2022. Adorned with over 10,000 custom lights and ornaments, the 50 foot tree is HE-B’s gift …

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Daytona Beach Museum Director leaves for Morris Museum post

DAYTONA BEACH – Andrew Sandall, who has overseen a series of construction and expansion projects at the Museum of Arts and Science since taking office as executive director in 2012, has announced he is leaving Florida for a new post. Sandall will move in early January to take on the …

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Audio descriptions will run and run | Television

It’s not just the captions that are used by people beyond the community that they were designed to help (Passage Notes, November 16). As an audio description, I recently met several people who broadcast a TV show or movie and then access the audio description service, allowing them to listen …

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Donations pour in for Monklands toy appeal

The advertiser’s call for toys for 2021 is in full swing – with hundreds of freebies already handed out to young people in Monklands. Christmas shoppers have responded in droves since launching our annual festive campaign earlier this month, with all three high-traffic supermarket donation points filling up with an …

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Apple Just Provided The Perfect Example Of Why You Can’t Trust App Store Review Ratings

You pissed off people by breaking your app a bit and they leave angry reviews. How can you save your reputation? Apple Just Found An Incredibly Effective Way – Getting Listeners To Submit better reviews by interrupting their podcast experience with an in-app prompt to submit a rating. This is …

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The Beatles’ 50 Greatest Guitar Songs: In New Issue Of Total Guitar

Few, if any, bands have inspired more people to play guitar than The Beatles – the biggest, most important, and most influential band of all time. And so – to coincide with the long-awaited premiere of the three-part documentary series, ‘Get Back’ – this month, TG features the 50 Greatest …

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PREVIEW: WEST BROM (H) – News

All the information you need before Saturday’s game – Huddersfield Town preview against West Brom– Tickets still available– Listen on iFollow HTAFC Huddersfield Town returns to Sky Bet Championship action after international break when they face West Brom at John Smith Stadium; Kick-off at 3 p.m. Town enters the game …

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BFC News: It’s the Pork Chop Express for Notre Dame and Georgia Tech

Joshua, Jude, and Brendan are just rolling down the road in the Pork Chop Express on a dark, stormy night, and haul this podcast machine to your little woodland to preview the Notre Dame Fighting Irish VS the Georgia Tech Yellow. Jackets. In this episode: HELLO! COMMENTS! What to do …

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Dynamic Canadian Musical Duo Bring Music to Sidney – Vancouver Island Free Daily

What is perhaps the ultimate couple in Canadian pop music is coming to Greater Victoria. Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida – each with a Juno Award coat to her name – perform at the Mary Winspear Center in Sidney this Thursday, November 18. Kreviazuk burst onto the scene in 1997 …

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Indian Performing Right Society Limited (IPRS) ranked 6th largest by revenue in the Asia-Pacific region

Distributes royalties of over 325 crore to its members, including its sister companies Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (NewsView). amounting to Rs. 325 Crs. over the past two years. The past two years have been difficult in various industries. The music and entertainment industry was no exception. During this difficult time, IPRS …

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Legal Forms Signing Technical Video Here To Stay

Remote viewing of important legal documents such as wills, statutory declarations and affidavits via video will become a permanent feature of the New South Wales legal landscape. Attorney General Mark Speakman said legislation to cement the temporary measures had been passed by both houses of the New South Wales Parliament. …

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Vox Media buys Podcast Studio Criminal Productions – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Criminal Productions, the burgeoning podcast studio founded by Phoebe Judge and Lauren Spohrer, has been acquired by Vox Media. This is the latest major acquisition in the audio space and follows Amazon’s purchase of Wondery, a slew of deals for Spotify, and the New York Times Company’s acquisition of …

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From James Blunt to Michael Bublé: How the nerdy popstars got a free pass by pretending to be in the game

In 2014, James Blunt spent the summer traveling the world in spacesuits. The “You’re Beautiful” singer was on tour to promote Landing, his fourth studio album and a project Rolling stone described as “emotionally unbalanced” and tormented by the singer’s “restless moan”. Whiners aside, in the spotlight, Blunt came in …

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More ways to give back this holiday season

To celebrate GivingTuesday, we’re matching up to $ 8 million in donations made to eligible fundraisers on Facebook, and we’re expanding access to fundraising on Instagram so more than 1.5 million organizations can support their causes. We are also running a GivingTuesday tournament for Facebook game makers to raise funds …

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Light at the end of the pandemic tunnel

Yesterday we talked about the American pessimism around the economy. But as our latest Axios-Ipsos poll shows, we’re optimistic about things like the state of the pandemic. According to our survey, Americans are more likely to think that returning to a normal life is now a low to moderate risk. …

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Beer Yoga, Movies, Last Days of Columbia County Fair

What awaits you this weekend? One last chance for a wild ride at Columbia County Fairgrounds, an assortment of musical performances and fun festivals. Here are more details on these events and more to come: Columbia County Fair The fair runs through Sunday at the Fairgrounds on Columbia Road in …

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Massachusetts tax collections increase in October

HYANNIS – The Massachusetts Department of Revenue recently announced that preliminary revenue collection for October 2021 stands at nearly $ 2.5 billion, a substantial increase from recent years. According to DOR Commissioner Geoffrey Snyder, the total of $ 2.445 billion is $ 356 million or 17% more than the actual …

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Volunteer concert at WECC made great music

Many people turn to music to cope with difficult times, and Barb Reimer is no exception. Reimer’s father died suddenly in 1997 at the age of 73. He was a farmer near Plum Coulee, known for his work ethic and sense of humor, and his death was traumatic for Reimer’s …

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We are here to help | Rowan today

Everyone faces stress and anxiety, but no one has to deal with it alone Dear university community, As some may know, a student died on campus earlier this week. Our hearts go out to family, friends and others who knew this student. We understand that people want information in times …

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HomePod podcast strike: update should help

Apple posted a bug fix update for its HomePod series Siri speakers on Wednesday evening. The update listens to HomePod OS version number 15.1.1 and fixes an annoying bug related to playing podcasts and some radio stations. The radio also disturbed After installing HomePod OS 15.1, released with macOS 12.0.1 …

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PinkPantheress has 1 million fans on TikTok

Name: Pink Panther Age: 20 Hometown: Bath, England Currently lives: In London, with a group of childhood friends. Claim to fame: PinkPantheress is a singer, songwriter and producer whose melancholy but upbeat track “Just for Me” has been featured in over 2.1 million TikTok videos, becoming a sort of soundtrack …

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Top 15 Podcast Advertisers Unveiled

Brands such as Amazon, Canva, CommBank, Hyundai and Nine Entertainment Co ranked among the top 15 podcast advertisers in Australia in the third quarter of 2021 according to a new study. The Australian Radio Network (ARN) iHeartPodcast network has partnered with Magellan AI to compile the first list of Australia’s …

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Lakers Podcast: Did the NBA Bring Back the ’90s?

Of course, we could focus on the Los Angeles Lakers barely beating the Houston Rockets. We could consider the fact that they could very easily still be looking for their first win. It might be mentioned in passing that the defense is about as effective as a Southern California stop …

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Moonwalk Partners With Andbox, New York’s Leading Esports Organization, To Offer Web3 Engagement And NFT Utility | New

NEW YORK, November 2, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Moonwalk, the NFT Utility and Web3 Communities platform for brands and designers, is pleased to announce its partnership with Andbox, that of New York flagship esports organization, to provide web3 engagement and NFT utility through Moonwalk’s platform for the organization. Andbox …

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SU Press celebrates University Press Week

Syracuse University Press is celebrating the 10th annual University Press Week (UP Week) from November 8 to 12. In honor of UP week, libraries will host an exhibit featuring books from Syracuse University Press. SU Press is also offering a 50% discount off the list price on books ordered from …

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Why your favorite podcast is only on Spotify now

Do you like podcasts? Do you hate Spotify? We have news for you … My favorite podcasts keep disappearing from my apps. What is happening? Oh it’s easy: Spotify owns them now. Wait what? Yeah. Spotify has splashed millions of people by buying studios and then turning the podcasts they …

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4 tips to attract more guests to your podcast

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. No matter what industry you or your business is in, there are likely dozens of thought leaders, influencers, speakers, authors, or other professionals that you would love to have on your podcast. Sounds easier said than done, right? So how do you …

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News | City of San José

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

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The World Review podcast airs twice a week

As the New Statesman’s international team grows, so does our global affairs podcast. World Review launched in June 2020 and recently hit new highs of 15,000 downloads per week. In light of this interest, we are delighted to announce that it will now be released twice a week. New thursday …

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They got the beat, and the Hall nods too

Aren’t they at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Among the myriad of artists who justify the answer, The Go-Go’s has been one of the most prominent omissions. But that changes on Saturday, when singer Belinda Carlisle, guitarist / keyboardist Charlotte Caffey, drummer Gina Schock, bassist Kathy Valentine and …

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Dunleavy and Bronson want to break government, not reduce it

“With All Due Respect” is a podcast featuring Andrew Halcro with strong opinions on Alaskan politics, life and entertainment. It can be heard here and everywhere you listen to podcasts, with new episodes every Monday and Thursday. Episode 39 (22:16) As we continue to be alarmed by the behavior of …

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YouTube takes podcast seriously

Hello, hello and welcome to the working week. Hope everyone had a good weekend, and kudos to those of you who attended On The Verge. It was so nice to see IRL people and meet face to face. Hope we can do it again soon! Anyway, today is loaded with …

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Things to do in Cincinnati this week: October 25-31

Tuesday October 26 MUSIC: Pilots of the Stone Temple, Madison Theater. With Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown. Wednesday October 27 MUSIC: Midland, Icon music center. With Hailey Whitters. MUSIC: Yasmin Williams, Ludlow Garage. With Eli Winter. MUSIC: Tauk, Madison Theater. MUSIC: Chuck Prophet & the Mission Express, The rebirth of …

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Four Best Sports Podcasts You Should Try

Have you ever listened to anonymous calls made by wrestling fans from another part of the world in the form of a podcast? Or, listened to a podcast that goes beyond the world of “sports” and talks about the impact of competition and adventure on our lives? The Discover Pods …

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Amero sings from the heart with WSO

“/> MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Don Amero and his band perform a balance with the WSO at the Centennial Concert Hall Thursday afternoon. There are two types of performers who sometimes appear on the WSO Pops stage: those who are skillfully polite, almost phoning their songs and sprinkling …

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Morning High, October 23, 2021 | Story

Most of the 20,000 objects in the collection of the Champaign County History Museum are in an off-site storage unit, preserved but invisible to the community. President TJ Blakeman and museum staff, interns and volunteers are doing their best to change that. This week, the museum launched a website that …

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NB Music Industry Honors Best of the Year

Space-clad jazz musicians and a gospel rapper are among the winners of this year’s Music NB Awards. The 12th edition of the event took place Thursday evening, broadcast live from the Charlotte Street Arts Center in Fredericton and hosted by musician David Myles. About 1,000 people watched live, said Jean …

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Jimmy Terry builds community at PGA Frisco

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

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UUFDC celebrates 25 years with matched donations

The Unitary Universalist Community County of Door (UUFDC) celebrates its 25th anniversary by give back in Door County through a Matching Donation Campaign to support local associations because they meet critical needs. The UUFDC 25th Anniversary Community Support Initiative will lead the Sunday collections designated for “community support” during each …

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Good One Podcast: Ricky Velez on stand-up

Ricky Vélez Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photo by Lloyd Bishop / NBC / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images When people talk about New York comedy vs. LA comedy, they’re usually talking about the scene time standards and the comics that make up the city scenes. But a bit like the players …

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Utah Jazz 2021-22 Season Preview

Plus, what does Donovan Mitchell need to improve to bring Jazz to the NBA Finals? (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) as the Utah Jazz host the Milwaukee Bucks, NBA basketball in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. | October 20, 2021, 2:00 p.m. The wait is …

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ACA’s very first women’s workshop is the Network …

For Lacey Kuhlman, ACA International’s first-ever Women’s Workshop next month is a historic networking opportunity for the Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) industry and professional women. New to the industry as a young professional, Kuhlman said ACA’s national and unit events were an opportunity to connect with more women early in …

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The SteelDrivers play Oak Ridge

ORNL Federal Credit Union Summers Sessions concerts are held at Alvin K. Bissell Park in Oak Ridge. (Photo courtesy of ORNL Federal Credit Union) Bluegrass band The SteelDrivers will perform at a free concert in Oak Ridge on Saturday. This is the last concert of the Summer Sessions for 2021, …

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

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

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Who would Jesus be laughing at? – Atlantic

AtlanticEmma Green sits down with the editor of the Christian satire site The Bee of Babylon talk about mockery and the borderline between mocking and hurting. Kyle Mann, Editor-in-Chief, The Babylon Bee (Courtesy of the Bee of Babylon) Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stapler | Google Podcasts …

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