How to create an outdoor living space at home

As life returns to normal for many and summer approaches, now is a good time to focus on creating an outdoor space to enjoy the warm summer evenings. Whether it’s a place to unplug and relax on your own or to get together with guests and be entertained, having a …

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Bringin ‘it Backwards: Interview with Josh Rand of Stone Sour / The LIFE Project

Listen and subscribe to BiB We had the pleasure of interviewing Josh Rand of The LIFE Project and Stone Sour on the Zoom video! The LIFE project – the formidable musical partnership of Grammy-nominated guitarist Stone Sour, Josh Rand and co-composer and singer Casandra carson – released their eponymous debut …

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Purdue Pharma Blamed for South Shore Opioid Crisis After Settlement

Over 20,000 people have died from drug overdoses in Mass. since 2010. AG Healey sued the Sackler family and Purdue Pharma for profiting from a drug epidemic they helped create. Massachusetts and more than a dozen other states reached a $ 4 billion settlement on Thursday. Massachusetts and more than …

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The coach who always has his back on his players will gain a longer term reward – confidence

There is a reason we put the clothesline in our back yard rather than outside the house. This is one of the unwritten rules of home etiquette. Some things are best kept away from prying eyes. This is probably the same reason the windows are closed if a tête-à-tête is …

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Main Street Food Truck Park in Pineville Expands to Include Farmer’s Market Store

PINEVILLE La. (KALB) – Food insecurity exists everywhere, including in central Louisiana. But with the addition of a Food Truck Park in downtown Pineville, more people have access to fresh produce. If you don’t think shopping for groceries is a challenge, think again. This is because food deserts exist in …

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2-pound melon-sized stone successfully removed from urinary bladder of 17-year-old orphan

KEY POINTS Due to the boy’s condition, his bladder was unable to store urine The calcium oxalate stone in his bladder weighed about 2.2 pounds The teenager was recovering and his kidneys were working fine A group of doctors in India successfully removed a stone weighing around 2.2 pounds from …

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Columbia Street repaving project, a major pedal lifter

A long-standing project to repav and redesign Columbia Street in West Vancouver is finally underway, and crews are expected to complete the first phase of their work by mid-July. The project contractor, Granite Construction, began the project on June 21 by removing a roundabout at the corner of 24th Street. …

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Winterport business owners identified as deceased couple at Hampden home

Scott, 45, graduated from Hampden Academy in 1994, while Libbie, 39, attended school in Hampden and graduated in 2000, according to their obituaries. The two had owned Wellman Paving together since October 2005. Elizabeth “Libbie” Preston and Scott Preston were found at their home on Sunday, Lindsey Chasteen of the …

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A handyman transformed her laundry room with paneling and a fake brick wall

Laundry rooms are often neglected corners of our homes, lacking in natural light. But a functional room dedicated to washing the laundry that we do not do to hate Being there is a huge plus – both in terms of property desirability and our own happiness. Planning and designing your …

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Biden says vaccination campaign will go door-to-door as emergency grows

The rapid spread of the delta variant in the United States makes rapid vaccination of the remaining Americans critical. The Biden administration is focused on community outreach, but news outlets are reporting tough obstacles to overcome. The Washington Post: Door-to-door vaccines: vaccination campaign becomes granular as Delta variant looms President …

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