Monthly Archives: December 2021

Have Solo Cup, Will Travel: UC Hatchbacks Go Hatchback

Hey, Cincinnati, are you staying in the queen city? Looks like everyone and their uncle went down to Dallas to cheer on the University of Cincinnati Bearcats. And boy, do we know how to tailgate. A whiff of LucyGate grill and it feels right at home, even though we are …

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Massachusetts Remains in Bottom Fifth in Freeway Performance Study | Massachusetts

(The Center Square) – Flanked by high spending rates and chronic poor pavement conditions, Massachusetts continued to rank low in a recent national study that assessed the performance of state highways across the country. In its 26th edition highway report, the Reason Foundation ranked Massachusetts 43rd in its analysis. The …

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Garth Crooks Team of the Year: Ederson, Rudiger, Rice, Saka, Antonio

It has been another extremely entertaining year in the Premier League. Manchester city retrieved the title Liverpool impressively last season, finishing 12 points ahead of Manchester United, and Pep Guardiola’s side still sit well at the top. This year has had a bit of everything: shock results, great signings and …

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Building blocks – TLmagazine

For some time, architectural modernization has been assessed through materials and technology. Steel, glass and concrete allowed buildings around the world to conform to an aspect that could place a structure anywhere in the world. In a globalized and mechanized environment, where machines make everything possible, the work of the …

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Stephen Roland obituary (2021) – Oakland, California resident

Stephane rolandApril 9, 1940 – December 24, 2021Oakland residentStephen J. Roland, 81, passed away peacefully on December 24 due to serious complications from his cancer treatments. Steve’s generosity, faith and ability to see the good in everyone had a positive influence on everyone who came in contact with him. Steve …

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Hill arrives late and helps Neumann pass Troy | News, Sports, Jobs

Davion Hill of St. John Neumann takes a rebound at St. John Neumann Academy on December 28, 2021. DAVE KENNEDY / Sun-Gazette Seconds after making a spectacular flight, Davion Hill soared high in the air and threw an emphatic and decisive dunk. It was a fitting end because the two-time …

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Hugh Jackman tests positive for COVID: Australian Hollywood star cancels shows after making Twitter and Instagram announcement

Australian actor and singer Hugh Jackman has tested positive for COVID-19. The 53-year-old took to social media to make the announcement, saying he would not be able to appear on his show. The man of music on Broadway in New York. Watch Hugh talk about his infection in the video …

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The quest to trap carbon in stone and defeat climate change

One evening at In November 2016, Gebald was at a chic party in Marrakech hosted by philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs. He felt a bit out of place among his guests, a group of prominent scholars, activists and policymakers who were in town for the COP conference, a major annual event …

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Where is Mesa County in legalizing the cultivation of marijuana?

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – Mesa County provides information on the status of the process to legalize the cultivation of marijuana. Voters approved a voting measure allowing cannabis to grow in the unincorporated parts of Mesa Co. in the coordinated election on November 2, 2021. Wacey Clarke, owner of Colorado …

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Joe Mixon enjoys being on another foot in Bengals-Ravens rivalry

The Cincinnati Bengals are in control of their own destiny after beating the Baltimore Ravens to 9-6 that year. Joe Mixon joined the Bengals in 2017 when they took him to the third round of that year’s draft and the Oklahoma product has yet to experience a winning season in …

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