Worthington Wonderland returns with holiday treats and activities for everyone

As part of the festivities, local businesses and organizations will host holiday-themed events with lively activities, treats and entertainment. This year, Worthington Wonderland will feature 14 different stops in town, from Ace Hardware and Johnson Builders & Realty, to The Daily Apple and Threads & Decor. “It’s just a great …

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30 printing services for your small business needs

If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. As a small business, you will need the services of printing services, especially for your print marketing materials. Printing Services offers a range of solutions to help you create your advertising and promotional …

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Septarian Games announces Western City Renovator

| The latest simulation title announced this week comes from Septarian Games which revealed Renovator of the city of the West. The Poland-based studio has created several other titles in productions including Strong craftsmanship, Apollo 13, Combat engineer, and Post-apo constructor. As you might have guessed from the titles, all …

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Buildings of this property should be available everywhere: Oxford unveils two new quads | Architecture

Jjust after entering the Quad Cohen, a building designed by Alison Brooks Architects for Exeter College, Oxford, a perspective of wooden arches recedes in front of you. They are flat and thin, like a succession of stage sets, and allow sunlight to filter through from the left. The arches stop, …

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Flaming Ceramics at Senior Mentor Center – News-Herald

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in a series on classes and their instructors for seniors in the area. Sharon Williams’ wide-ranging art boasts of working with custom vehicle lettering, holiday and floral design, landscaping and a myriad of other creative channels. But it’s the art of ceramics that tops …

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“Human zoos” were vectors of racism, according to a Belgian exhibition

Published on: 11/26/2021 – 9:38 PMAmended: 11/26/2021 – 9:37 PM Tervuren (Belgium) (AFP) – In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, recreated African villages were established across Europe as amusement parks that served to extol the supposed cultural superiority of the colonizing empires. They have also been powerful vectors …

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Photo gift ideas under $ 100

With Christmas lurking over the hill like a bright red pickpocket blinking, it’s time to start figuring out what to buy for your loved ones. If they’re photographers, here are some ideas that won’t break the bank. There are few things that I find more irritating than needing to give …

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The Crawley family light up the streets in honor of the grandparents who both died of COVID-19

The family of a Crawley couple known for their brilliant Christmas lights will put the display in their memory. Brigida and Domenico Petrazzuolo were taken to hospital in January after contracting COVID-19. However, the beloved couple, both 74, sadly both passed away from the virus, prompting their family to pay …

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Around Town: Helena Area Arts & Entertainment News Released Thursday, November 25 | Local

Art ” I found it ! »Opening of the gift fair at Myrna Loy Myrna Loy’s holiday gift show, “Found It! 100 Treasures Under $ 100 “is now open at Myrna Loy, 15 N. Ewing, and will run until December 31st. A variety of Michael Fast Buffalo Horse ledger art …

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Tips for Online Holiday Shopping Even in a Supply Chain Crisis

It’s that magical time of year when we put on cozy sweaters, sip hot pumpkin drinks, and think too much about buying more stuff. This holiday season, thanks to inflation and the ripple effects of the ongoing pandemic that have disrupted the global supply chain, we are thinking about shopping …

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