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STANLY MAGAZINE: ‘It’s the joy of Christ

STANLY MAGAZINE: ‘It’s the joy of Christmas’: The bedroom has become a staple for many in the West Stanly Christian Ministries community Posted 3:22 p.m. on Thursday, November 24, 2022 The West Stanly Christian Ministries Christmas Hall has been a community staple for many years. More than 60 people waited impatiently at Stanfield for the […]

Quirky art flourishes along the outskirt...

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Why build a rooftop water tank in the shape of a Teletubby? Or go to the trouble of installing a replica of the Eiffel Tower on top of a semi-abandoned building? It is often difficult to explain the proliferation of unusual works of art dotting the vast urban belt of […]

Millions in Opioid Funding Still Availab...

By Delia De Riggi-Whitton Nassau County continues to hold Big Pharma accountable in court for the wave of destruction that the pharmaceutical companies’ highly addictive opioid drugs have unleashed on families and children across the country, and right here in our own backyards.On Nov. 7, the county took the first legislative step toward approving a […]

Brisbane copywriter Eddy Andrews explain...

Freelance journalist Lorna Hudson interviews Brisbane-based Mr Eddy Andrews on why local businesses should invest in good copywriting in 2023 BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, November 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — When most people think of “marketing,” they tend to think of things like social media, television and radio ads, billboards, and magazine and magazine advertising. newspapers. However, […]

Advertisement, San Diego Metro Magazine

Advertise with SD METRO MAGAZINE SD Metro Magazine offers a variety of sizes and extremely cost-effective rates. To view advertising information, please contact us at 619-300-1732 or [email protected] Sponsorship of events SDBJ events offer local and regional businesses the opportunity to reach a target audience in person. Awards and networking […]

The pros and cons of leasing versus buyi...

When it comes to looking for a place to live, there are many considerations, including location, home size, access to necessities like groceries and schools, and amenities like entertainment and services. stores. The housing market is a particularly tricky place right now, with rising prices in most parts of the United States, making it an […]

Smokies Life celebrates trees and their ...

Have you ever tried to count the number of branches on a tree? One limb leads to many appendages from which several others grow, each with its own shape, size and direction. The prospect of keeping them sorted long enough to make an accurate count presents a nearly impossible task. It may seem easier to […]

Debut (11/23/22) – D Magazine

The DCAD site is still down. It has been just two weeks since hackers infected the Dallas Central Appraisal District website with ransomware. The agency has remained silent beyond confirming the incident. The only news now is that while evaluators collect information from the field, “we just can’t do anything” with that information. Looks like […]

Yorkville and Sandwich fight win duels –

STRUGGLE Yorkville 39, Lincoln Way West 29 The Foxes come back strong to win 39-29 against Lincoln Way West! Fenoglio Ferguson R Janeczko Zook Williams H Janeczko and Alvarez win! Sandwich 48, Woodstock 33 Sandwich’s Nolan Bobee (152 lbs), Miles Corder (132), Kadin Kern (138), Josh Lehman (160), Sy Smith (145) and Bryce Decker (170) […]

OLIVIA, MARTIN & GEORGE: HITS Daily Doub

Wednesday, November 23, 2022 Martin Scorsese and Olivia Harrison discussed the inspiration for his poetry book Came the Lightningning: Twenty Poems for George and his life with the late george harrison in conversation at 92nd Street Y. Genesis Publications will release the limited edition volume on 12/6. In the book, Harrison examines her relationship with […]

Long-time municipal employee honored for...

Arthur Berman was alone on stage, waiting beside the podium to accept an award honoring more than 30 years of service on behalf of his late wife Linda. It was October and it had been eight months since she had died of a sudden illness at the age of 75. Berman smiled as she listened […]

Fusus fails. For the moment. – COME Ma

Crime-fighting software may return to the agenda. A cacophony of voices supporting and opposing a security video sharing platform that Columbia police wanted as a tool to bolster criminal investigations ended Monday night with the Columbia City Council voting 4-3 against the purchase of the system. For the moment. During nearly four hours of public […]

Planning commission files Despotis petit...

The Sunset Hills Planning and Zoning Commission voted Nov. 9 to file a proposal for further review of the commercial rezoning of three residential properties on West Watson Road near Court Drive. The commission voted 7-0 on Nov. 9 to file a proposal submitted by George Despotis to rezone 12405, 12411 and 12417 W. Watson […]

Revealing the secrets of the world’s gre

Ask 100 people what they think an art forger does and 99 will tell you, “They copy paintings.” In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. And if you think about it, the reason is obvious. No serious art forger could copy a painting just because the original already exists. All you would have […]

a comprehensive travel guide from a loca...

Loading Something is loading. Thank you for your registration! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed on the go. download app Orlando is a sprawling metropolitan city in central Florida, one hour from the Atlantic Ocean and about two hours from the Gulf Coast. It is best known for its world famous theme parks […]

Car crashes into medical marijuana dispe...

Car crashes into medical marijuana dispensary in Montgomery County Three people are injured after a car drove into a medical marijuana dispensary in Germantown, Maryland on Monday afternoon, authorities said. [NBC Washington] Montgomery County warns of increased risk of drunk drivers on Thanksgiving eve The eve of Thanksgiving kicks off a particularly dangerous time on […]

Unsafe parking could cost lives, experts...

Emergency services have warned that unsafe or careless parking could kill or cost life. The services try to make people aware of the importance of safe driving and using the road as the weather changes and driving conditions deteriorate. Many have shared that poor parking by the general public has wasted vital time on their […]

Visit Lebanon Valley moves into its own ...

AP Top Stories November 18 P Here’s the latest news for Friday, Nov. 18: Special counsel named in Trump documents investigation; Beer sales banned in World Cup stadiums; Warhol’s car defaced by climate activists; Toyota unveils the new Prius PA Visit Lebanon Valley, a non-profit organization that provides information on entertainment, accommodation, restaurants and everything […]

FTX & Crypto King Sam Bankman-Fried Grah

EXCLUSIVE: The wild history of crypto king Sam Bankman Fried and the $32 billion collapse of FTX arouses considerable interest in Hollywood. Michael Lewis is write a book that has the likes of Amazon, Netflix, David Fincher, Josh Gad and David Heyman turning, while Scott Burns and Jonathan Glickman’s Panoramic study a potential project with […]

ISG will publish reports on Ente

Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and consulting firm, has launched research studies examining the providers of enterprise service management (ESM) services and software that companies use to integrate their business processes and services to accelerate digital transformation. The results of the ESM Services study will be published in a […]

First Pick Handmade returns to Heritage ...

Oge Ajibe. Photo credit: David Karuhije First Pick Handmade products Vancouver, BC | First Pick Handmade is coming home this holiday season to Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street, December 10-11, 2022, 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. for an intimate and personalized shopping experience. Featuring over 25 artists, makers, and designers, First Pick Handmade’s Holiday Market offers a […]

Merging Full Fee Replacement into Bitcoi...

Watch this episode on YouTube Or Rumble Listen to the episode here: In this episode of “Bitcoin, Explained,” hosts Aaron van Wirdum and Sjors Provoost revisit the replacement node-by-fee (RBF) policy. As they mentioned in episode 65, the next version of Bitcoin Core – Bitcoin Core 24.0 – includes the option to enable “full RBF”, […]

Martin Offiah thinks Dom Young can inspi...

Dom Young’s dazzling Rugby World Cup presentations can inspire more NRL stars to channel their “legacy” and help guide England to global glory, believes Martin Offiah. The Wakefield-born winger announced himself on the world stage with two tries in England’s opener against Samoa before suffering an agonizing golden point loss to the same opponents in […]

Activists sign Navy eviction notice on f...

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — Sunday marks one year since the fuel leak on Red Hill that sickened hundreds of families and people aren’t letting the public forget. More than a dozen activists gathered Sunday morning to raise their voices and serve an eviction notice at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Standing side by side with signs in […]

FEMA predicts NFIP losses of $3.5-5.3 bi...

The Federal Emergency Management Agency projected an initial estimate of losses from Hurricane Ian for the National Flood Insurance Program, placing them between $3.5 billion and $5.3 billion, including flood costs. settlement of losses. The losses include flood insurance claims received from five states, with the majority of claims coming from Florida, FEMA said. As […]

Dr. Loretta H. Cheeks: A National “GEM”

By Darnell Hill, Special for the Arizona Informant, BlackPressUSA Dr. Loretta H. Cheeks is founder and CEO of DS Innovation, a small company founded in 2018 and based in Arizona. Since beginning her career in the chemical industry at Southern University and A&M College, Dr. Loretta H. Cheeks has defied many odds of what is […]

Livermore Police recover nearly 100 fire...

This was part of the loot collected at the Livermore Police Department’s gun buy-back event on November 5. (Photo courtesy of LPD) The Livermore Police Department collected nearly 100 firearms, along with ammunition and gun magazines, at its first gun buy-back event, held November 5 in Cornerstone Fellowship. The ministry reported that attendees “include people […]

What’s going on at bankrupt crypto excha

By The Associated Press Imploding cryptocurrency trading firm FTX is now billions short after experiencing the crypto equivalent of a bank run. The exchange, once one of the largest in the world, filed for bankruptcy protection last week, and its CEO and founder resigned. Hours later, the trading company said there had been “unauthorized access” […]

Currituck Chooses to Keep the Moyock Wel...

Currituck chooses to keep the Moyock Welcome Center Posted 8:25 a.m. Saturday, November 19, 2022 Visitor Center worker Deborah Williams urges the Commissioners not to sell the Moyock Visitor Center property. Currituck reunion video again At a special meeting on Monday, November 14, the Currituck commissioners chose to reject the sale offer the Moyock Welcome […]

Ralph Gibson, Perfect Harmony — Blind Ma

Les Deux Musées, a café opposite the Musée d’Orsay: Ralph Gibson sits at a table, a Leica hanging from his shoulder like a natural extension of his body. His eye lingers on a poster pasted on the side of a kiosk: “Behind you, there is a photo of a hotel, it is the Chelsea hotel […]

The Thanksgiving Day newspaper will be p...

The US Postal Service does not operate on Thanksgiving Day, so The Peninsula Daily News will not be printed in print or delivered to your home on Thursdays. The usual large Thanksgiving edition will be published on Wednesday with a smaller online-only Thanksgiving Day article. […]

City Hosting Bike Rodeo on December 10 a...

As part of the “E-bike & B-safe Coronado!” campaign, the Coronado Police Department will host a bike rodeo on Saturday, December 10. The Bike Safety Clinic will focus on general bike safety as well as e-bike safety. The “E-bike & B-safe Coronado!” is an ongoing initiative that will target all e-bike users, including young people. […]

Pension Funds Must Embrace Bitcoin – Bit

This is an opinion piece by Mickey Koss, a West Point graduate with a degree in economics. He spent four years in the infantry before moving to the Finance Corps. I will use the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) as an indicator of your general retirement system. According investopedia, the CalPERS invested about a […]

Murdoch v Trump: Rupert papers kick Dona...

Rupert Murdoch’s diaries are not subtle when it comes to political attacks. Over the past week, readers of his US headlines have been told that Donald Trump is ‘Trumpty Dumpty’, the ‘biggest loser’ in Republican politics, and the man who meant the ‘red wave’ won’t stop. had ever peaked in the US midterm elections. The […]

Make an impact – COMO Magazine

I love that we named this one The Impact Issue. It was The Nonprofit Issue in previous years. However, the concept of making an impact with our time, our talents and our treasures is central to my personal calling at the intersection of my three passions: small business, organizational health and Columbia in particular. Heck, […]

Laughs and long careers: Newspaper worke...

Staff photo/Bob Coupland R. Michael Semple, chief photographer, left; Burton Cole, editor and columnist, center; and Andy Gray, entertainment editor, all of Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator, shared the stories of their careers as a journalist and photographer on Thursday during the “Evening with Andy, Burt and Mike” program at Kent State […]

Undergraduate government passes resoluti...

Students called on Ohio State University to divest from fossil fuels following a USG meeting Wednesday night. Credit: Gabe Haferman | Lantern Photo File The General Assembly of Undergraduate Student Government passed a resolution on Wednesday to encourage the university to divest from the fossil fuel industry and invest in more sustainable energy sources. Resolution […]

America Magazine Stained Glass: The Rich...

It’s not often you find stained glass on the 11th floor of a mid-century skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. The “LaFarge Windows,” housed in the offices of America Media, have little to do with famed 19th-century craftsman John LaFarge, but rather serve as a monument to the extraordinary life of his son, John LaFarge, SJ A […]

A Musical Tribute to Elmont Veterans | ...

Job Thursday, November 17, 2022 2:12 p.m. Jerome “City” Smith performed in his second Veterans Day concert with his orchestral band, the City Sounds Ensemble. Tim Baker/Herald The City Sounds Ensemble performed a patriotic concert for Veterans Day at the Elmont Library. Tim Baker/Herald Jerome “City” Smith stole the show from the local veterans. Tim […]

Title: Sexual Violence Working Group Pro...

The Working Group on Addressing Sexual Violence and Supporting Our Students provided an update after its fall 2022 meeting on progress made in education, prevention and response to sexual violence on the campus. The committee will meet again in March 2023. The President’s Task Force to Combat Sexual Violence and Support Our Students was formed […]

The Fuller Craft Museum has a food justi...

Amid the inevitable deluge of Thanksgiving-themed feasts, Instagram stories and Facebook posts, an interesting question arises: what about the families who don’t have access to food? The final leg of the traveling exhibit “Food Justice: Growing a Healthier Community through Art” kicked off its opening reception at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA on […]

What does journaling in the pen look lik...

A black man runs the oldest newspaper published in prison in North Carolina and he’s using his platform to inspire other inmates to believe there’s still life after prison, even if they’re serving time in prison. life. Phillip Vance Smith II is the editor of “The Nash News”. He is 21 years into his lifetime […]

Ashley Moody’s consumer protection divis

State Attorney General, Ashley Moody released fraud prevention tips for Floridians during International Fraud Awareness Week. In 2021, the Federal Trade Commission reported that a typical fraud case in Florida resulted in the loss of over $500. Nationally, consumers reported losing more than $5.8 billion to fraud in 2021, a 70% increase from the previous […]

Michelle Mackey painted the Barrow famil...

Clyde Barrow’s family once owned a gas station in West Dallas at 1221 Singleton Blvd. in an area called Devil’s Back Porch. This structure stood until April, when it was hastily razed before the city’s Landmark Commission could intervene. Given the long lead times of a monthly magazine, I didn’t know how or if Magazine […]

‘She Said’ review: Lean newsroom drama c

Comment this story Comment StarSolidStarSolidStarSolidStarHalf(3.5 stars) The broad factual outlines of the story told in “She Said” are well known: in 2017, New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor published a series of explosive articles about film producer Harvey Weinstein, raising credible allegations that he engaged in serial sex acts. abuse and assault […]

Survey Shows Need for Tech Career Expans...

LISBON — A recent survey by the Ohio Association of Career Technical Superintendents showed that there is a need for career technology expansion, but also a need for funding for expansion projects. That’s what Willard Adkins, superintendent of the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center, reported Tuesday night to the Vocational Schools District […]

Goat People Magazine Features Chino Vall...

Open the audio article player By Personal | on November 15, 2022 by Mr. Goh Tee, Sr. The CAST 11 Podcast Network is made possible by The Ultimate Vacation Guide 2022. Promote your next event or vacation deal in The Ultimate Vacation Guide by calling Elicia at: 928-642-3552. Known as the “goat of rescues” in […]

Beware of Local News Sites That Are Not ...

When it comes to online news, it’s often the viewers’ responsibility to make sure what they’re seeing is real. But that is becoming increasingly difficult as local media struggle in many communities and new partisan networks of websites peddling questionable stories take their place. And these sites can be compelling. They have legit sounding names […]

Morris Central School Proposes Capital P...

November 15—Residents of the Morris Central School District will vote on a $14.5 million capital project on Tuesday, December 13. There will be two forums on the capital project where residents can ask questions and get more information. The first forum will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 16 at the district school […]

The World Association for Nanotechnology...

Nanotechnology World Magazine – November 2022 The Nanotechnology World Association (NWA) will launch the first edition of its Nanotechnology World Magazine on November 24, 2022. The launch of this magazine is another step towards our mission to promote the adoption of nanotechnology solutions globally across all sectors of society.” — Marine Le Bouar, CEO of […]

Mattingly is the featured artist of the ...

Jacquie Brasher An opening reception for “Gas Money” featuring the work of Chris Mattingly will be held Thursday, November 17 from 5-7 p.m. at the Emanuel Arts Council’s Kalmanson Gallery. The gallery is located at 109 North Green Street in Swainsboro. The event is free and open to the public. Chris Mattingly is a poet, […]

What other newspapers are saying: The st...

The debate over the Biden administration’s college loan relief plan has obscured a larger and more important question: Why did college education become so expensive in the first place? It’s a complicated question that has many answers, but it’s a question anyone interested in real college debt reform should be asking. Biden’s plan […]

All about the Oscars

Roll out the red carpet! Moviegoers are already waiting for the Oscars 2023 be a star affair. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced in May 2022 that the 95th Academy Awards would take place the following March, returning to the iconic Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Six months later, jimmy kimmel has been […]

A teenager pays tribute to veterans at L...

CHRISTINE HARKINSON/The Sun: Preston Sharp, 17 (center), continued his trip across the country to honor those who served in the military at Lakeview Memorial Park in Cinnaminson, where he and members of the community held placed flowers and flags on veterans’ graves. November 9. Preston Sharp, 17, invited Burlington County residents to help him honor […]

The City of Asheville and Buncombe Count...

The public is invited to learn more about the Pack Square Plaza Visioning project and provide feedback that helps create a shared vision for the future of the region. The public is invited to help shape the future of Western North Carolina’s most central civic space by attending one or more special engagement events for […]

Christie Brinkley stuns in 90s magazine ...

Christie Brinkley shared a throwback Aptitude 1992 magazine cover on Instagram. In the photo, she poses in a snakeskin leotard and encourages fans to get moving. “The message is still the same for today!” she wrote. What were you doing in May 1992? Christie Brinkley was on the cover of Aptitude magazine rocking a snakeskin […]

Art for All with the Wheatland Society o...

“Our goal is to create an environment where everyone feels free to create and have fun! says Emmeline Keeling, program director and art teacher at the Wheatland Society of Arts. This non-profit organization strives to provide visual arts opportunities for all ages, abilities, and income demographics, while emphasizing the social and mental well-being benefits of […]

BUCCANEERS RAISE TWO FROM TRAINING SQUAD

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today raised the linebacker Ulysses Gilbert III (#57) cornerback Ryan Smith (#33) of the team’s practice squad for tomorrow’s Week 10 game against the Seattle Seahawks. It marks the first elevation of the season for both players. Gilbert III (6-0, 230) originally entered the league as a sixth-round selection (No. 207 […]

Free things to do in Denver this week, N...

December is only ten days away and holiday events fill the calendar. The Mile High Tree has moved to Civic Center Park, right next to the Christkindlmarket brewery, which opened on Friday. And Boulder gets in on the action tonight. Keep reading for ten of the best free events today: Sugar Plum Bazaar Holiday MarketSunday, […]

The richest people in Turkey (November 1...

As of November 13, 2022, Ibrahim Erdemoglu was Turkey’s richest man, with an estimated net worth of US$7.2 billion., followed by Ali Erdemoglu (#2, $6.3 billion), Murat Ulker (#3, $4.9 billion); and Ferit Faik sahenk (#4, $2.5 billion). Nihat Ozdemir is Turkey’s fifth richest person at $2.3 billion. Sezai Bacaksiz ranked 6th with a personal […]

Junior Graphic Designer – Pedestrian Job

junior graphic designer Are you a talented designer looking for extra work? We are currently looking for a talented, qualified and experienced Junior Graphic Designer who is available to work remotely 2 days a week. The successful candidate will support our in-house senior graphic designer to execute marketing initiatives across a range of print and […]

The latest news happening in Nigeria rig...

The country’s mainstream media and stakeholders, including civil society and non-media groups, will meet in Lagos on Monday to discuss an acceptable framework for regulating the media industry in the country. The Executive Secretary of the Newspaper Owners Association of Nigeria (NPAN), Feyi Smith, said so in a statement, a copy of which was obtained […]

Nehru era stamps showed the past glory a...

Prominent freedom fighter and first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru was not featured on any stamp issued in the 75th year of independence. In fact, over the past 25 years, after the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government effectively drove Nehru out of the philatelic space, he has only featured on three key postage stamps and […]

New research explores link between Alzhe...

For years, scientists have struggled to pinpoint a clear cause of Alzheimer’s disease, the devastating neurological disorder that robs patients of their memory and ability to interact with others to such a degree that patients don’t typically live only four to eight years after being diagnosed. But several new studies have discovered a […]

King Charles will turn 74 on Monday

King Charles III will celebrate his 74th birthday on Monday November 14 and it will be his first as monarch. Before Charles became king, he sometimes spent his birthday on official tours abroad as Prince of Wales. He’s been known to celebrate his birthday abroad with a cake and this year it’s believed he’ll be […]

7 Ways to Find Cheap or Free RV Activiti...

Here are several easy and convenient ways to find free or cheap RV activities… Traveling by RV can be expensive, so any opportunity to save money is a good one! You can save a lot of money by finding cheap or free activities to do wherever you take your RV. Luckily, it’s easier than you […]

Five rare minifigures included with the ...

Thanks to the free foil bags included with Lego star wars Magazine, fans were able to add a number of rare figures to their collections. Official Lego magazines have proven to be a useful resource for collectors over the years, alternating between giving away free figures and mini-builds, many of which are exclusive to print […]

Honors and financial aid for newspaper c...

A newspaper carrier who rescued an elderly couple from a burning house in Taranto on Monday said the response to his actions “has been a little overwhelming”, as praise for his bravery pours in and people rally to help her recover from the losses she suffered in a car fire just two days before the […]

Buckeyes dominate Indiana from start to ...

CJ Stroud waits for the ball during OSU’s 56-14 dismantling of the Hoosiers at Ohio Stadium. Stroud would finish the day 17-for-28 for 297 yards. Quarterback CJ Stroud threw for 297 yards and five touchdowns, the defense gave up 289 yards and Lathan Ransom blocked a punt to bring the team record to 10-0 Columbus, […]

Australian politician describes ex-Fulha...

Australian politician James McGrath describes former Fulham sponsor as ‘shady as hell’ and calls for an investigation against Titan Capital Markets just weeks after the Premier League club dropped them as a partner Australian politician James McGrath blasts ex-Fulham FC partner He describes Titan Capital Markets as “sleazy as hell” and calls for an investigation […]

Opening of a newspaper exhibit at the Os...

A new Mitchell County Historical Society Museum exhibit will be unveiled in November, celebrating the county’s newspaper debut. Mary Blake of the Stacyville Memory Museum and Denis Boerjan of the Mitchell County Historical Society review early copies of The Herald, one of Stacyville’s earliest newspapers. PHOTO SUBMITTED According to the press release, Print on the […]

Atlanta family makes anonymous and altru...

Amy Zupancic and her sons Daniel, center, and Caleb. Over the past year, an Atlanta mother and her two sons have donated their kidneys to strangers, and all agree it’s the best thing they’ve ever done. The donors, Amy Parker Zupancic, and her sons Caleb, 29, and Daniel McCracken, 31, decided to give selflessly through […]

Two-way charging is the favorite life ha...

Every morning, as freezing winds blow through his construction site in northern China, Liu Jianhong gathers his workers over a hot cup of tea. Liu, whose business in Shaanxi province often operates out of reach of power grids, plugs a hairdryer-like charger into his hybrid electric car, a sport utility vehicle from Chinese automaker BYD […]

Parade Magazine Changes

Parade magazine, which has been inserted into newspapers across the country for decades, recently announced that it will cease print publication after today’s edition and switch exclusively to an electronic edition product. Of course, all print and digital subscribers of The Bismarck Tribune will have access to Parade’s weekly e-magazine on our E-edition platforms. But […]

The North West newspaper returns digital...

Within the LGBTQ+ community, there are many flags that each represent a specific group of people within the community. Here’s what these five LGBTQ+ pride flags mean. The original pride flag was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978 and each color has a unique meaning. Hot pink for sex, red for life, orange for […]

Tribute to veterans who work at the Cont...

November 11, 2022 DeanJones is a librarian and veteran of the United States Air Force. He served from 1984 to 1988 as a medical administrative technician in posts at Lakenheath, England, and Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas. Dean joined the Air Force after high school because it seemed like the best career […]

Parade to stop the printing of the weekl...

STAFF REPORT Parade, a national weekly lifestyle magazine founded in 1941 and distributed to millions of newspaper readers across the country, will cease print distribution, the company recently announced. The latest issue of Parade can be found in today’s edition of The Sumter Item. Parade magazine will continue to be available online in an e-edition […]

No campaign result in 43% of votes for D...

When the first votes were released on Tuesday, Nov. 8, it appeared that Republican State Representative for District 59 John Hardister was struggling in his bid for a sixth term. Hardister held a very narrow lead over Democrat Sherrie Young. As the ballots for those who voted on Election Day were posted, Hardister steadily increased […]

A guiding spirit with hope by Harrison

Hope from Harrison founder Matt Hudson at home. Photo by Jason Nuttle OWhen Matt Hudson welcomed his second son into the world on November 1, 2010, he never imagined the lasting legacy the little one would inspire. Harrison Everett Hudson was born with serious medical needs, primarily problems with muscle development. In the 16 weeks […]

Local newspapers need a lifeline: Facebo...

This is not a newsletter: local newspapers wither and die. News media revenues have fallen 80% since 2000, leading newsroom employment to fall from 71,000 to 31,000 in the United States since 2008. Today, 70 million Americans live in information deserts because 2,500 newspapers have been closed. When you list the reasons why it looks […]

British Columbia MPP questions the value...

Hours after the country’s top health officials warned of a rise in power With influenza, RSV and other viruses sending children to hospital in droves, a Liberal MP has questioned the value of BC Center for Disease Control pamphlets with vaccine information. On Thursday morning, Dr Theresa Tam told reporters that pediatric hospitals in particular […]

Brazilian magazine Luiza is at a loss, h...

SAO PAULO, Nov 10 (Reuters) – Brazilian retailer Magazine Luiza SA (MGLU3.SA) reported an adjusted net loss of 146 million reais ($27.4 million) on Thursday, the company’s fourth consecutive quarterly loss as its bottom line suffered from rising interest rates. The company posted an adjusted net profit of 22.6 million reais in the prior year […]

Rental Plumbing Problems | Herald Commu...

By Monte Leper Q. We own an Airbnb upstate in an area that has septic tanks and occasionally a limited water supply, especially during droughts, so we turn off the taps between guests using the place. One of the guests complained that a toilet kept running and the plumbing made a high-pitched creaking noise. We […]

Aiphone door entry systems can be ‘easil

A security research firm claims to have discovered an “easily” exploitable vulnerability in a door entry security system used in government buildings and apartment complexes, but warns that the vulnerability cannot be patched. Norwegian security firm Promon says the bug affects several Aiphone GT models that use NFC technology, often found in contactless credit cards, […]

GoLocalProv | The engraver Jacques Bido...

Thursday, November 10, 2022 Michael Rose, artistic contributor View larger + PHOTO: Michael Rose View larger + PHOTO: Michael Rose With a collegial and tight-knit arts community like Rhode Island’s thriving, it is possible for individuals to make a huge impact on the arts scene. Local engraver Jacques Bidon is one such artist. Bidon not […]

Agrivoltaic solar tracker uses cables in...

Rute Foundation Systems says its Rute Suntracker system – designed for large-scale, high-clearance solar power – could potentially reduce steel usage by 30%. November 10, 2022 Anne Fisher Of pv magazine United States Rute Foundation Systems, founded in Oregon in 2015, specializes in modular foundations for renewable energy. But in 2021, it focused its sites […]

Woman charged with murder in Midtown sum...

Raissa Kengne (Courtesy of ODA) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the woman who shot and killed two men and injured a third in Midtown over the summer has been charged with murder by a Fulton County grand jury. Raissa Kengne, 34, was charged with two counts of murder, two counts of murder, five counts of […]

Local teachers participate in a nature-b...

A student participates in a nature-based learning workshop. Photo provided WESTMINSTER, Vermont – Several local teachers from the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union (WNESU) recently participated in a week-long nature workshop organized by Antioch University’s Early Childhood Education Program in New England. The new program – Inside-Outside Nature-Based Education – is designed to help young students […]

AKC’S FAMILY DOG MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES 44TH

Calling all photographers! Do you think your dog has that star quality? The AKC’s Family Dog Magazine invites people to participate in the 44e Annual AKC Publications Photo Contest. The contest is open now by February 8e2023. Family Dog Magazine is asking attendees to come in and follow this year’s theme, “Dogs in Action.” Entries […]

Vogt Notes: In the Newspaper Industry, C...

Wondering why your local election results aren’t on page 1 of this week’s print edition of Echo Journal? Rest assured, they will be in your printed newspaper on November 16. Just know that this edition will not arrive in your newspaper box as usual on Wednesday morning, November 16th. On the contrary, your newspaper will […]

The Minted + Brides Gift Collection

After launching our exclusive stationery edition with Minted, a buyable marketplace made up of a community of talented artists, we immediately started thinking about what we could do next. After all, booking dates, invitations and paper goods are only part of the wedding planning process, and we want to support you every step of the […]

Bitcoin Will Empower Nigeria’s Youth – B

This is an opinion piece by Ray Youssef, CEO of Paxful and co-founder of the Built With Bitcoin Foundation. My airplane wheels hit the tarmac, excitement washed over me – it was my first visit to Nigeria in a year, and it felt good to be back. Anyone who has listened to me over the […]

Press profile: 508 Press, founded by Mac...

via @508press on Instagram, cropped Mackie Garrett, founder of Iowa City’s 508 Press, started taking typography classes after being invited to an event at Public Space One by a colleague. “I was at a point with some job changes where I felt a bit of a drift in Iowa City and started going to poetry […]

Political parties, voting, trial against...

Review Editor’s Note: Star Tribune Opinion publishes letters readers online and in print every day. To contribute, click here. ••• I’m a lifelong Democrat, so don’t let the title of this letter to the editor fool you. But I just don’t understand why Democrats haven’t figured out how to send messages that will get them […]

Why franchise brands need to start using...

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. It is said that three quarters of our knowledge comes to us from our sight – visually. This makes it all the more confusing as franchise brands still can’t use the video marketing options available to them as part of their overall sales development process. Especially when […]

Nominate Now: D CEO’s Commercial Real Es

It’s the time of the year! CEO D The popular Commercial Real Estate Awards program returns to honor the region’s top projects, deals, dealmakers and industry leaders driving business in 2022. All of the Commercial Real Estate Awards finalists will be featured in the April issue of CEO and recognized at an exclusive awards show […]

Newspapers tremble in the face of the th...

Experts are sounding the alarm that a possible recession could threaten the beleaguered newspaper industry, whose two highest cost centers – labor and paper distribution – have soared to the aftermath of the pandemic. why is it important: A recession would create “an almost perfect storm for local news,” said Tim Franklin, senior associate dean […]

Fitchburg Trails Wayfinding Signage Proj...

FITCHBURG — Dozens of people gathered at Coggshall Park on Monday morning to celebrate the official launch of the Fitchburg Trails wayfinding project. Dozens of people gathered at Coggshall Park on Monday morning to celebrate the official launch of the Fitchburg Trails wayfinding project. (DANIELLE RAY/SENTINEL & COMPANY) “The trails are amazing,” said Mary Cringan, […]

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The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of broadening the conversation about how public policy affects the daily lives of people across our state.. Lori Brack is an author who has worked in programs and publications for the Salina Art Center, as a college and community writing teacher, and as […]

Fedimint uses trust to change Bitcoin’s

This is a transcribed excerpt from the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast”, hosted by P and Q. In this episode, they are joined by Obi Nwosu to talk about the difference between Fedimint and Fedi and how Chaumian Mints can be used to onboard millions of people on bitcoin. Watch this episode on YouTube Or To scold […]

Sharon Stone, 64, appears on the cover o...

Sharon Stone unveiled her new cover for Icon magazine on Sunday to her 3.4 million Instagram followers. The 64-year-old actress went bra-less under a long-sleeved sheer black dress for the dramatic image. The Basic Instinct star wore a short white skirt under the skintight and high heels. Cover girl: Sharon Stone, 64, went braless in […]

South Side overthrows Elmont, 27-21 | H...

A loss to Elmont in the Nassau Conference II football regular season finale on October 29 cost the South Side a chance to open the playoffs at home, but not a chance for redemption. The fifth-seeded Cyclones, led by junior quarterback Owen West, capitalized on a return trip to Elmont exactly a week later, winning […]

Minister P Rajeeve – The New Indian Expr

By Express press service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala has the best startup ecosystem in the country, said Industry Minister P Rajeeve. He was speaking at the launch of the first VendnGo outlet, a virtual food court promoted by Versicles Technologies, on Saturday. “Startups born in the country will find the state as the most conducive place to […]

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BUCKHANNON — The Fred W. Eberle Technical Center isn’t for everyone, but it is for everyone, which means virtually anyone can pursue their educational and career goals here, the FETC director said this week. “I always tell people, we’re not for everyone, but we’re for everyone,” FETC director Rebecca Bowers-Call told the Rotary Club of […]

Shonen Jump Magazine launches 4 new mang...

This year’s 49th issue of Shueishait is Weekly Shonen Jump The magazine revealed on Monday that the magazine will release four new manga in the next four issues. Taizan 5it is Ichinose-ke no Taizai (The Great Sins of the Ichinose Family, top right in the image above) The manga will launch in the magazine’s 50th […]

Austin American-Statesman Comment Recap:...

Houston Chronicle Op-ed from October 30, “Poll workers don’t despise poll watchers. They educate them.” Electoral judge Lauren Summerville, a Kingwood resident who has worked on elections in the Greenspoint area since 2018, told us she had already met with a poll watcher and a poll supervisor, both of whom came away better informed about […]

Court allows 122 homebuyers to sue devel...

Court allows lawsuit by 122 homebuyers against developer Published on: Sunday 06 November 2022 By: Bernama Text size: Kuala Lumpur: The High Court has cleared the legal action brought by 122 home buyers in a development in Cyberjaya against the construction company, Wawasan Rajawali Sdn Bhd. Lawyer V. Rajadevan, who represents 122 buyers, said Judge […]

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Fans of 1970s British cars and the IMSA racing series will love this winning 1979 Triumph TR8 IMSA GTO race car for sale with Grand Prix Classics. You know you have one hell of a race car when the organizers start handicapping your team, and that’s exactly what happened with this dominant 1979 Triumph TR8 […]

Baldwin dominates Freeport in playoff ba...

One of the best rivalries in Long Island high school sports added another chapter on Friday night with fifth-seeded Baldwin avenging a loss to Freeport a few weeks earlier with a 20-8 road win at a Nassau Conference I football playoff game. The Bruins, who had lost eight straight in a streak dating back to […]

City Distributing E-Bike Campaign Materi...

Brochures and flyers on e-bike safety are distributed to local schools, bike rental establishments and hotels, as well as city facilities around Coronado. The goal of the City’s new e-bike safety campaign is to educate the community about safety, preparedness and accident prevention. The city’s police department recently announced that it will host a bike […]

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We all grew up in a world with local newspapers. Although we probably don’t think much about it, it’s hard to imagine a world – or a community – without a local newspaper. It’s understandable that we take newspapers for granted simply because the local paper has always been a part of our lives, whether […]

Press release: The Ring Magazine embrace...

After more than 100 years in print, The Ring magazine will transition to a digital-only format following the November-December 2022 issue. LOS ANGELES, CA (November 2, 2022) – After recently surpassing 100 years in print, Ring Magazine will launch its next 100 years as a monthly e-magazine, executives at The Bible of Boxing announced today. […]

Flexible, remote jobs well-suited to mob...

Married to someone in the military? You already know that you should never throw away your moving boxes. You are going to need it. The typical military family moves every two or three years. And with all that travel, it helps that your work can pick up and go when and where you do. Today’s […]

Newspapers vs Social Media, the Bulletin...

They exercise a freedom of expression centered on current affairs. They are a business. From an editor’s perspective, the ideal scenario is first and foremost exercising freedom of speech related to news reporting and being a business right behind it. From a publisher’s perspective, the two are nearly identical, but the need to be financially […]

Changing Mental Models to Understand Bit...

This is a transcribed excerpt from the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast”, hosted by P and Q. In this episode, they are joined by Rafa Cordon to talk about Ibex building a Lightning Network payment infrastructure and what he thinks the future holds for bitcoin. Watch this episode on YouTube Or To scold Listen to the episode […]

Fulton County announces sales tax agreem...

Sandy Springs City Councilman John Paulson discusses LOST at a towns meeting held at Roswell City Hall. (Photo by Bob Pepalis) After four months of negotiations, Fulton County and its 15 towns have reached an agreement on the distribution of Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) revenue over the next 10 years. The board of commissioners […]

Texas AFT: TRS Retirees Grow Texas Econo...

Publication date: November 4, 2022 3:22 p.m.Author: Texas AFT This week, TRS published its annual report “Value Brochurehighlighting the value TRS has delivered to both its members and the Texas economy over the past fiscal year. While TRS has had an increasingly positive impact on the Texas economy as a whole, TRS members who have […]

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The Canal Street counterfeit operation goes on and on November 4, 2022 • Crime The NYPD made a big announcement after their Operation Bag Guys in August, but here we are three months later and nothing seems to be changing on Canal Street. Officers from the Bureau of Patrol Services made five arrests on August […]

Debut (4/11/22) – D Magazine

What to expect from today’s severe storms. It seems certain that you will want to leave work before lunch today. Bethany gave you the recap yesterday, which you can read here. This morning’s models show the storm system arriving around noon and continuing until 8 p.m. The worst will likely occur between 2 p.m. and […]

Guide to Punk Foodie’s Underground Resta

Gödtoh brings burgers and heavy metal dogs to Sabbath Saturday. On the Punk Foodie underground restaurant schedule this weekend, you’ll find a total of 106 (and counting) underground foodie events with 69 ITPs and 37 OTPs. You can also break down the pop-ups by region: Decatur area, Westend area, West Midtown area, and various ITPs. […]