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Kansas City Chiefs OTA Day 9 pics

The Kansas City Chiefs will wrap up organized team activities this week. Today marks the last voluntary practice remaining before the compulsory minicamp. Veterans, rookies and new players all continue to improve as they spend more and more training time together. The pads won’t light up until training camp and …

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5 tips for black and white landscape photography

Taking black and white photos is quite a difficult task. It is certainly one of the most complex areas of landscape photography. You have to be very careful about the circumstances in which the photos will actually look good in black and white. Removing color from a scene isn’t easy, …

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Don’t feed the ducks: Royal parks warn of bullying behavior of birds after lockdown | Environment

Royal Parks in London are urging visitors to stop feeding ducks as it causes bird crowding and intimidation, the Guardian can reveal. A campaign launched today highlights how overeating disrupts fragile ecosystems, leading to large groups of aggressive gulls and crows stealing the eggs and chicks of other birds. Leftover …

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Oxford College President defends students’ right to remove Queen’s photo | Oxford University

The president of Magdalen College in Oxford has vigorously defended the right of her graduate students to remove a photo of the Queen from their common room after Education Secretary Gavin Williamson called the move “absurd”. Members of the college’s Middle Common Room (MCR), reserved for postgraduate graduate students, voted …

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Manny’s Cafe targeted by “Sionist Pigz” graffiti

One or more unknown people scribbled “Racist Pigz”, “Sionist Pigz” and “Free Palestine” on Manny’s 16th and Valencia cafe over the weekend on the outside wall along Valencia Street. It was the second incident in the past month where a Jewish-owned business was vandalized. A photo of the graffiti from …

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Plan a stay, a vacation, even an inspiration to celebrate the month of June: Messages from the sun

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio – June brings graduation ceremonies and, for some, a well-deserved vacation. And while a stay is in your plans, the transition to light clothing – and a sense of freedom – can stretch and widen as pandemic restrictions are lifted. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for …

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Inside New York City’s intimate photography exhibit celebrating select queer families

On this point, Nitchun collaborator – TRNK co-founder Tariq Dixon – strongly agrees. “As cheesy as it sounds, love is a universal language,” he says. “It’s the one emotion we all feel and seek and aspire to, and I think it has been reminded of us over the past year …

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Kansas City Chiefs OTA Day 6 pics

The Kansas City Chiefs completed their sixth organized team activity practice Thursday. There are only four other voluntary practices left before the mandatory minicamp. Veterans, rookies and new players are all starting to take shape as they continue to train together. While the electrodes have not yet ignited and contact …

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UK Mission to Geneva: Environmental Photography Competition

The UK is preparing to host the United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021. As we count down to COP26, the UK mission is proud to launch its first environmental photography competition. The idea is to present inspiring environmental photographs of international …

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