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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Mural to mark 75 years of the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences

The University of North Carolina Institute of Marine Sciences is expected to celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2022. Photo: Jon Gardiner / UNC MOREHEAD CITY – Libby O’Malley walked into the parking lot of the University of North Carolina’s Institute of Marine Sciences at Chapel Hill, a cup of Dunkin …

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Detached Cotswold stone cottage for sale in Gloucestershire

Are you looking for a quaint property that offers privacy? A detached Cotswold stone cottage with pretty gardens has just been marketed in Gloucestershire. Cockbury Cottage is a charming period three bedroom house occupying a private position in a small rural hamlet set in the Cotswolds of outstanding natural beauty. …

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Take your time when driving in snow and ice and leave room for snow plows

When it comes to winter driving, some of the most important decisions are made before a driver hits the road. Check your vehicle’s tires, wiper blades, fluids, headlights, belts, and hoses to make sure they are in good condition. Clear all snow from your vehicle so you can see and …

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New York hotels face latest COVID challenge

About 100 hotels in the city have been forced to close due to the pandemic, and those who survived are now pushing to cut crushing property taxes, according to an industry group. Hotels were starting to rebound in early December, as COVID-era travel restrictions began to lift, but the much-needed …

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Expensive Homes on the Market in Tucson | Local news

* Photos and 3D tour are of a Savannah model. Domestic packages may vary. Come see this plan at Miller Ranch! Our one-story Savannah plan features 2,534 square feet with 4-5 beds, 2-3 baths, and a 3-car garage. This home comes complete with a stainless steel Whirlpool electric range with …

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How Dylan Morgan is paving the way for other cannabis influencers – News

In recent years, there has been an increased awareness of cannabis, with more and more people accepting the recreational and medicinal uses of the plant. This has resulted in a boom in the cannabis industry, with thousands of players diving into the industry to make the most of it. New …

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Lair building demolished, final cleanup completed – WLDS

The Lair Building was demolished and work began to reopen North West Street next to the courthouse. Jacksonville City Community Development Director Brian Nyberg told What’s On Your Mind last week that there were small projects left on adjacent buildings before more work could be completed: “The good news is …

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Salvation Army Fundraiser at Parkview Elementary School Raised Over $ 1,200

WOOSTER – Excited voices and the tinkling of coins echoed through the brick hallways of Parkview Elementary School on the Monday before winter break. When each student entered their classroom, they would deposit money – from coins to banknotes – in a small red bucket. The collection kettles were part …

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Get fresh Florida Stone Crab Claws direct to your door in less than 24 hours from anywhere in the United States

The Hill may be compensated and / or receive an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. There are few delicacies more special than sitting at the table for a meal of fresh stone crab claws straight from their ancestral home in the Florida Keys. The 2021 stone crab …

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Albemarle council discusses ways to improve street maintenance – The Stanly News & Press

The PCS is an assessment of the current condition of city streets as well as an analysis of the types of maintenance and repairs required. The rating ranks individual streets in Albemarle on a numbered scale, known as the Pavement Condition Index, from 1 being “very bad” to 100 being …

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SERVPRO First Responder Bowl Prediction, Game Overview

Louisville vs Air Force: SERVPRO First Responder Bowl prediction, game preview, how to watch Louisville vs Air Force: SERVPRO First Responder Bowl How to Watch Date: Tuesday, December 28Game time: 3:15 p.m. ETLocation: Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Dallas, TexasHow to watch: ESPN, live stream on ESPN +Records: Air Force (9-3), …

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25+ new Orlando experiences to look forward to in 2022

From a brand new theme park to unique hotel openings and a dozen new dining experiences ORLANDO, Florida, December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Orlando, a destination that has grown and evolved over the past year, welcomes 2022 with a plethora of new experiences, ranging from a brand new …

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Lynchburg boy buys headstone for deceased mother from local business owner

LYNCHBURG, Virginia. – “I love you, mom, and I can’t wait to see you in Heaven,” said Jamarius Burnseon, 12, reading the inscription on his mother’s gravestone. It’s a message he can finally see engraved after 10 News first reported on the story in early 2021. “[It’s] heartwarming because I …

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Sixth Circuit Dissolves OSHA Vax or Testing Mandate Suspension for Large Employers, Paves the Way for Enforcement | Thompson Coburn LLP

Late on December 17, 2021, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit dissolved a suspension of OSHA’s COVID-19 Temporary Emergency Standard (ETS) for employers with 100 or more employees, opening the way to the application of ETS. In response to the ruling, OSHA issued a statement welcoming …

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Frank Ocean launches new collections for the Blonded and Homer brands

Frank Ocean has released two new collections for his brands Homer and Blonded. Homer, his new independent luxury company, manufactures rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets and scarves. While parts were only available for purchase in New York City Brick and Mortar, the brand is now celebrating the launch of its website, …

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The timing of the snowfall and cooling pavement temperatures created the recipe for disaster Thursday on the streets of Spokane

Above-freezing pavement conditions turned snow Thursday mid-morning to slush before refreezing that afternoon. It was this recipe that turned the streets of Spokane into an ice rink for drivers that day, according to an article posted on the Inland Northwest Weather blog by the National Weather Service of Spokane. There …

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Carolina Bucci Forte Beads Review: Why We Love It

To be clear, this has nothing to do with Pete Davidson. But I find myself strangely drawn to candy necklaces recently. Not really candy necklaces – though I would never refuse one – but the colorful beads that appeared everywhere, including on the neck of a certain Staten Island native. …

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9 signs you’re a codependent parent

Codependency is a tangled relationship that portrays a sense of stagnation between two generations, both parents and children, in which they are unable to achieve autonomy (the ability to function independently). Co-dependent parents exhibit pathological adhesion, are unable to teach good behavior, and can be found at all stages of …

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Smorgasburg of LA and NYC fame opens in Miami in spring 2022

Eventually, most cool stuff happens in Miami, but not until you’ve first made it in New York and Los Angeles. This is the case with Smorgasburg, the famous outdoor food market that started in Williamsburg 10 years ago and has since spread to downtown LA, Jersey City and beyond. Next …

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Two bodies found in Virginia linked to ‘shopping cart killer’, police say

Authorities in the Washington, DC area said Friday that the bodies of four women found in Virginia are likely victims of the same suspect they have dubbed “the shopping cart killer.” On December 15, the remains of two women – including Cheyenne Brown, 29, who went missing in late September …

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New technologies pave the way for the fight against climate change

New Delhi: Innovative technologies for recharging electric vehicle batteries, solar drying and space heating, efficient storage to reduce horticultural waste and thermal energy storage for cold chains are the four winning solutions that can potentially reduce 13 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year by 2030. Congratulated at the …

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On the Huntley c. Green Bay

In a season full of injuries, the one thing Baltimore just couldn’t afford was a hobbled Lamar Jackson. Well, that probably shouldn’t have been surprising, but they have one now. Jackson suffered a sprained ankle in Sunday’s loss to the Cleveland Browns, and his status remains uncertain for this weekend’s …

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Michigan braces for long-term effects of COVID-19 on mental health

This article is part of Health, a series on how Michigan communities are rising to meet health challenges. It is made possible by funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. COVID-19 has taken its toll on the mental health of the Michiganders, and few families have been left unharmed. As …

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Ballad Health to invest $ 9.3 million in renovations at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap – WJHL

Pizza Inn will reopen in Elizabethton News / 12 minutes ago Video Community Heroes: Keefauver family hope the farm’s natural beauty is preserved News / 19 minutes ago Video One Acre Cafe gets ready for Christmas community meal News / 2 hours ago Video COVID-19 protocol released ahead of ETSU …

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The paving of the streets of the downtown “shabby” must be replaced

The paving of the STREET in downtown Newport which has been described as “shabby” is expected to be replaced next year, Newport City Council confirmed. Conservative activist Michael Enea has led a campaign to remove and replace large parts of the black tarmac at the intersections between Commercial Street, Llanarth …

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Local man says extended family fell victim to Kentucky tornado

CALLAWAY, Fla. (WMBB) – A man from Callaway said several members of his extended family fell victim to one of the many tornadoes in Kentucky last weekend. The devastating tornadoes killed at least 88 people and left thousands homeless. These survivors are trying to pick up the pieces of their …

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Borderlands: 10 Hilarious Quotes From The Games

the Borders the series is full of sociopathic characters with biting and funny one-liners. Half the fun of the game is running around, shooting these colorful NPCs as they shout random and ridiculous phrases at the protagonist. Related: Borderlands, Every DLC In The Series, Ranked In Borders, Players find themselves …

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A charming tour of the town’s traditional shops

The boutique of the author Marin Montagut, rue Madame, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, is full of beautiful objects, from crockery to silk scarves © Romain Ricard Guy Hibbert is leafing through a new book that takes us on a charming tour of Paris’s best traditional purveyors of everything …

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The Dawson Group rewarded

Kamloops Company Wins Two BC Ministry of Transportation Entrepreneur of the Year Awards The Kamloops Dawson Group was named the Road and Bridge Paving and Maintenance Contractor of the Year by the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. Dawson Constriction received the 2021 Award for Paving for its work …

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Roman history in Spain: More than an aqueduct: Segovia in Spain draws on its Roman past | Culture

The Segovia aqueduct, which was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is not the only testimony to the settlement of the Romans in this Spanish city which then had around 5,000 inhabitants. Spanning 40 hectares, it was one of the largest Roman capitals in the Duero Valley in Spain …

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My kitchen is so moldy it makes my kids sick with chest pain and breathing problems

A mom says her house is so moldy that her children have breathing problems and chest pain. Ashé Scott said doctors couldn’t explain why her son Jayden, 15, and Princess, nine, kept getting sick – and she believes it was due to a mold problem in her kitchen. 6 Ashé, …

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Governor signs LG Act 2021, paving way for polls

LAHOR: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has approved the Punjab Local Government Law of 2021, paving the way for local elections by party. Already approved by the provincial cabinet, Sarwar signed the order at the governor’s house on Saturday. Principal Secretary to Governor Dr Rashid Mansoor, Special Secretary to Governor …

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Pro-Art plans Community Caroling at Big Stone Gap | Sunday Stories

Submitted by Diana Burden The Pro-Art Association invites friends and families to come together for a festive evening of Christmas carols to celebrate the holiday season on December 17 at 7 p.m. outside the Big Stone Gap Visitor Center. The Carolers will sing Christmas classics, such as “Deck the Halls”, …

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For sale: Herefordshire farm has lucrative outbuildings

AN ‘ATTRACTIVE’ Grade II listed Herefordshire farmhouse believed to date from the 1700s is for sale for £ 1,725,000. Savills agents said on Zoopla that the house comes with a range of converted, income-generating outbuildings, and the current owners have operated it as an award-winning bed and breakfast for 14 …

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Charlotte’s toy store strives to stay ahead of supply chain issues

Supply chain issues impact virtually every business. With Christmas fast approaching, people are busy trying to get gifts before it’s too late. CHARLOTTE, NC – Supply chain issues affect virtually every business, from restaurants to retail stores. With Christmas fast approaching, people are busy trying to get gifts for their …

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LaFayette city council reflects on calendar conflict – Valley Times-News

On Monday, LaFayette city council discussed a scheduling conflict between two major projects – a Spire gas line replacement and a Chris Clark Grading & Paving paving project. The gas line project needs to be completed first, for the most part, as it involves digging in the streets. It was …

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Wendy Harmer & Robbie Buck Sign On ABC Radio Sydney Breakfast Show To Live Audience

Wendy Harmer and Robbie Buck came out “on the right foot” after ending three years of breakfast on ABC Radio Sydney in front of a live audience. The show is the second most popular in the competitive Sydney breakfast radio market and garnered 15.9% of the audience in the latest …

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Brick-making was the only successful extractive industry on the northern beaches

Over the years, there has been only one successful industry on the northern beaches based on extracting the wealth of the land – making bricks – despite attempts to locate oil, gas, coal and even copper. Over the years, there has been only one successful industry on the northern beaches …

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Iron Ox Announces Phil: The Next Robot In The Company’s Proprietary Greenhouse System

SAN CARLOS, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Iron buffalo, an agricultural innovation company with deep expertise in plant science, robotics and artificial intelligence, has officially announced its revolutionary second greenhouse robot, Phil. Phil is a vital addition to the Iron Ox ecosystem that optimizes plant yield, extends growth cycles and maximizes …

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Riverdale reno reinvents modern style from a “wacky layout”

The stockings will be hung by the fireplace with care in festive contrast to the crisp white around the fireplace. Little Capri Penzo is snug in her crib in her pink and white bedroom with her comfy storytime chair and plenty of room for a queen-size bed when ready. And …

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Allen Businesswoman Hopes Vacation Home Decorations Inspire Joy – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Thoreau Lane in Allen is lined with modest brick houses, but one stands out this season. “Welcome to the life-size gingerbread house,” Katy Kaufmann said. Kaufmann has a home bakery business called Oh Jupiters! She wanted to thank her customers for their loyalty during the pandemic by building a small …

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How to clean a pizza stone: don’t use soap

Most pizza stones are porous, so they conduct heat well but require special care. After letting your pizza stone cool, scrape off any residue and wipe off with a damp cloth. Store it directly in the oven if desired, otherwise, store it on a flat surface. Visit Insider’s Home and …

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Why Bluestone is great for summer, experts say

Edwards Slate and Stone, supplier of the bluestone pavers trusted by Melbourne, explains why bluestone is a great choice for the summer. Melbourne, Australia, December 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Edwards Slate and Stone Delivers High Quality blue stone tiles Melbourne-large and have mastered what makes this material such …

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Marlboro Boys and RBC Girls shoot top seeds at WOBM Classic

Marlboro (boys) and Catholic Red Bank (girls) won the seeds for the 37e Annual WOBM Christmas Classic taking place December 18-30 at RWJBarnabas Health Arena in Toms River High School North. The Mustangs and Caseys were chosen first by the tournament’s head coaches at the ranking meeting dinner on Sunday …

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Celebrating the 2021 NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Champion

When Peyton Sellers won his first NASCAR National Championship 16 years ago, he hoped the title could be used as a stepping stone in his racing career. In many ways, it was. He has had the opportunity to race across the country, in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and with Richard …

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Free Democrats endorse German coalition deal, paving way for Scholz

Chancellor-designate Olaf Scholz takes one step closer to taking office in Germany as Free Democrats on Sunday approved the coalition agreement to form the new government. The Free Democrats reached an agreement last month to form a coalition with Scholz’s Social Democrats and environmentalists, crossing the aisle to ally with …

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Alabama silences skeptics as Bryce Young secures Heisman in win over Georgia | Launderer report

Todd Kirkland / Getty Images It wasn’t supposed to be that easy. It couldn’t be. Not after Georgia allowed a total of 83 points in the regular season. And certainly not after Alabama struggled to commit an attack on Auburn in the Iron Bowl just a week ago. It was …

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Local Northwest Arkansas Shop Guide

Local NW Arkansas Shop Guide with 20 Gift Ideas Axio on facebookAxio on twitterAxios on linkedinAxios by email Illustration: Aïda Amer / Axios Running out of ideas? Here are some thoughtful choices for just about anyone who supports local businesses. 5 ways to buy NWA 1. Offer them a gift …

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SE Ga road works: weekly notice of traffic interruption until December 10

Georgia DOT continues essential road works throughout Southeast Georgia. As a result, work on the construction and maintenance projects will continue from Saturday December 4 to Friday December 10. All work is subject to change due to weather conditions or other factors. Motorists are warned to reduce their speed when …

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Belgian deadlock leaves asylum seekers in snowy streets

A group of mostly Afghan young men gather under a makeshift shelter in front of the reception center for asylum seekers at Petit-Château in Brussels. Among them, Abdulwahab, 28, says he has been sleeping on the sidewalk for two weeks. Nine Afghans, two Syrians and a young Burkinabé were huddled …

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Don’t ignore Macy’s CEO: physical retail is still important

Despite the big rallies last year, real estate investment trusts (REITs) in shopping malls have been suffering since around 2016 or so. It is important to understand the reasons why and even more important to grasp the vital nuances of the big picture. These two elements will help explain why …

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Outdoor marriage proposals soar in 2021, according to Knot 2021 jewelry and engagement study

Largest study of its kind finds over 75% of couples who got engaged in 2021 have already set a date for 2022, with fall being the most popular season Diamond is the most preferred center stone for engagement rings, but moissanite continues to gain popularity among those who have chosen …

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Feared a Scottish dog was ‘electrocuted’ by an underground fault while walking on the sidewalk

A couple said they had to take their dog to the vet after being “electrocuted by a sidewalk in the street”. George and Janice Brownie were walking Coby in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire on Sunday morning when he started screaming in pain. The couple were walking around the market square when the …

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5 things Houstonians need to know for Wednesday, December 1

Here are things to know for Wednesday, December 1: 1. Man charged with manslaughter and assault after fatally striking cyclist in north Houston, police say Charges have been filed against a man accused of being intoxicated when he fatally struck a cyclist in north Houston early Tuesday. Ronald Ariel Sariles, …

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Hair Salon Lula / YYA / Yusuke Yoshino Architects

Hair Salon Lula / YYA / Yusuke Yoshino Architects © Takumi Ota + 19 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/972743/lula-hair-salon-yya-yusuke-yoshino-architects Zoned Area of ​​this architectural project Zoned: 65 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2021 Photographs Photographs: Takumi Ota Manufacturers Brands …

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