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The ultra-local gift guide for the Des Moines metro station

[ad_1] We’ve all heard the call to avoid chain stores and buy local this holiday season. Reality check: The real reason to buy local is because it’s better. The companies in Des Moines make tons of cool stuff, which is often unique and more meaningful. Here are some gift ideas …

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Nathan Exelby’s Tips: Best Bets & Doomben Quaddie

[ad_1] Despite heavy weight, Wapiti will be tough to beat on a wet track at Doomben, says Queensland racing expert Nathan Exelby. Sky Racing and Brisbane Racing Club turf expert Nathan Exelby reviews Saturday’s meeting at Doomben. Track: Heavy 9. Rail: + 2m. BEST PARIS Ashgrove, R3 # 3 – …

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Worthington Wonderland returns with holiday treats and activities for everyone

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Photo gift ideas under $ 100

[ad_1] 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 …

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Tips for Online Holiday Shopping Even in a Supply Chain Crisis

[ad_1] 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 …

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What are you going to tweet after you die?

[ad_1] Few people “plan for the impact of their own deaths on social media,” says Katie Gach, digital ethnographer at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who studies how people handle and don’t handle postmortem data social media. For some of his subjects, “heirlooms” are reserved for celebrities, so “regulars” like …

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How to fly safely this holiday season

[ad_1] (CNN) – If you take the sky to visit friends and family on vacation, prepare to blast your way through crowded airports, crowded planes and frantic baggage lines with millions of fellow travelers. “Everyone knows how close they will be to other people on a plane,” said Sara Nelson, …

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Expert Tips For Capturing An Engagement Photoshoot In Winter Wonderland Commitment

[ad_1] Photo by Erica Robnett Photography There are snow a lot to love at a winter wedding or engagement photoshoot – the blistering snow, the whirlwind of fun (friendly snowball fight, anyone?) and the ability to bundle up with your boo . Whatever your reason for hoping for a winter …

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Sony launches new camera on Monday

[ad_1] Sony is teasing the launch of a new CineAlta camera on Monday in what is arguably one of the shortest, most dramatic, and least informative trailers of all time. There has been no word on what it is or when it might be released, but we believe it won’t …

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Police say they identified the suspect as Michael McCutcheon to Jackson Twp. church robbery

[ad_1] JACKSON TWP., Ohio (WKBN) – Jackson Police Chief Greg Taillon said community counseling helped identify a suspect in a robbery at Our Lady of Lebanon Shrine. WKBN reported the theft on Tuesday along with a photo police released in hopes of identifying the man. Police said after the story …

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What is ISO in photography?

[ad_1] By Katebackdrop | November 9, 2021 A picture is better than a thousand words. However, you could argue that the story your image tells depends on how effective your photography skills are. The better your capturing skills, the more complete and well-rounded the story. And while anyone can take …

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7 tips for getting started as a professional photographer

[ad_1] You can spend a lot of time learning to use a camera and process images, but it takes a lot more to become a successful professional photographer. If you are planning to take the plunge, check out this fantastic video tutorial that will give you seven helpful tips to …

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Eagle Farm Tips from Nathan Exelby, Best Bets and Quaddie, TAB On The Punt

[ad_1] Ruuca is set to break through for his first victory of the campaign at Eagle Farm, said Nathan Exelby, Queensland racing expert. Sky Racing and Brisbane Racing Club turf expert Nathan Exelby is watching Saturday’s match at Eagle Farm. Track: Good 4. Rail: + 8m. BEST PARIS Better to …

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra rumor advises camera upgrade

[ad_1] The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is on its way early next year, and Samsung will need to bring its A-game if its cameras are going to compete with the likes of the Google Pixel 6 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The latest Galaxy S22 rumor says that Samsung’s …

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Original idea for the mask of “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt

[ad_1] A new original concept art for “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt’s mask has been revealed. One of the makers of the original Fiend mask, Kyle A. Scarborough, tweeted a photo of the first concept. In two parts, the idea behind the mask was that the face could be pulled out …

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San Francisco Outer Lands Day 1 Tips: Be Ready to Cry

[ad_1] The first day in Outer Lands of San Francisco felt like an explosion of emotion – an outing for a city that has shut itself down during a long and dreary pandemic and is rising again with a drop in cases due to the will of the residents to …

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Alec Baldwin shot: ‘Rust’ gunsmith Hannah Gutierrez says she doesn’t know how live ammunition got on set, lawyers say

[ad_1] Hannah Gutierrez was responding to “untruths that have been told to the media,” a statement released Thursday night by her lawyers to NBC News said. “Safety is Hannah’s number one priority on set,” the statement from attorneys Jason Bowles and Robert Gorence read. “In the end, this set would …

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Tips from Brad Davidson, Preview for Rosehill, Golden Eagle, Classic Legend Stakes

[ad_1] Fitness analyst Brad Davidson rocks Queensland star sprinter Apache Chase to win the Golden Eagle and will face Masked Crusader in the Classic Legend Stakes. Sky Racing analyst Brad Davidson applies the rule on every race, including suggested bets, for the Rosehill meeting on Saturday, which includes the Golden …

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Opinion: Here’s how to make social media safer and healthier for your kids

[ad_1] Jenkins, MD, is Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services and Clinical Director of the Pediatric Outreach Liaison Service at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego, and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UC San Diego School of Medicine. She lives in North County. Whether you’ve seen the headlines on social …

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UN: Greenhouse gas levels hit new record, reductions are insufficient

[ad_1] According to the report, the concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide were all above pre-industrial levels before 1750, when human activities “began to disturb the natural balance of the Earth.” The report draws on information gathered by a network that monitors how much greenhouse gases remain in …

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Gift ideas to make your partner feel special

[ad_1] Karwa Chauth is one of the most beloved and popular festivals in India. Hundreds of married women across the county observe the fast and pray for the long life and well-being of their husbands in Karwa Chauth. Women can only break their fast after offering ‘arghya’ to the moon …

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Championship transfer rumors: Pundit advises Newcastle United to sell former Blackpool lender, Aston Villa become latest Premier League side to oust Potters star

[ad_1] Blackpool ended up 2-0 after 21 minutes last night but had a brilliant second half comeback that saw Owen Dale and Jerry Yates (2) bring the score to 3-2 at the full-time whistle. The win means the Seasiders have lost just one of their last five games and now …

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2021 Halloween costume ideas for Wisconsin: dollars, cheese, beer

[ad_1] Meet the man behind a huge Halloween exhibit on Lake Drive in Fox Point Meet Jack Cheeks, the man responsible for the extravagant Halloween decorations on Lake Drive at Fox Point. Mike De Sisti, Milwaukee Journal Sentry Whether you love or dread dressing up, Halloween is just around the …

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Photo exhibitions focused on marginalized people

[ad_1] This article is part of our last Fine Arts & Exhibitions special report, on how artistic institutions help the public to discover new options for the future. During the pandemic, Isolde Brielmaier, general curator at the International Center for Photography, began to wonder how black photographers were navigating this …

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Horse Racing Tips: Best Bets for Grafton and Orange with Shayne O’Cass

[ad_1] Astute trainer John Shelton has a talented mare in excellent condition to maintain his perfect Grafton record. BEST BET, INTERNAL MAIL Shayne O’Cass, form analyst for the Daily Telegraph, makes his best bets and runs the Quaddie games in Grafton and Bathurst. The Form: Complete the NSW Racing Thoroughbred …

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Spanish thriller writer Carmen Mola turns out to be three men | Books

[ad_1] A literary prize of one million euros has lured three Spanish men out of anonymity, to reveal that they are behind ultra-violent Spanish police thrillers marketed as the work of “Elena Ferrante” of Spain. The men had published under the pseudonym Carmen Mola, which roughly translates to “Carmen’s cool”. …

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Humans of Dementia contest highlights impact of disease

[ad_1] Asia Brody / Danielle Towers / Courtesy Hilarity for Charity Photo by Asia Brody of her dad; Photo by Danielle Towers of her grandmother How to honor the stories of loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease? This is the question at the heart of the Humans of Dementia storytelling competition, …

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Top 10 Tips for Taking Great Product Photos for eBay

[ad_1] October 14, 2021 How to take great photos of products for sale on ebay and other sites, you can maximize your income and sell faster! We wrote this guide on taking great product photos for eBay to help you take the best possible photos to sell your kit on …

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“Museums have neglected these artists”: celebrating the forgotten women of abstract art | Art

[ad_1] In 1934, abstract painter Alice Trumbull Mason wrote a letter to her sister, Margaret Jennings, noting that she was anxious to resume painting, which she had temporarily stopped to raise her children. “I can’t wait to get back to painting and of course it’s in at least a few …

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Your Tuesday briefing – The New York Times

[ad_1] A commitment to reduce methane emissions Thirty-two countries have joined the United States in a developed pact with the EU to cut methane emissions by 30% by 2030. This is part of an effort to set new targets to slow global warming ahead of a major United Nations climate …

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Under the table: Australia’s dazzlingly diverse underground kitchen | Australian food and drink

[ad_1] DDuring the Sydney lockdown, I ordered from a different home cook every Friday night, for me and my neighbors. I discovered each cook from community groups or social media pages for migrant communities in Sydney – East African, Thai, English. Sometimes home cooks had a professional social media presence, …

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Was this year’s garden a failure? Here are some reasons why, tips to improve next year’s yield: Ask an expert

[ad_1] Gardening season is drawing to a close, but you might still have questions. For answers, see Ask an Expert, an online question-and-answer tool from the Oregon State University Extension Service. OSU extension teachers and master gardeners answer questions within two working days, usually less. To ask a question, just …

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Crab dinners, art, music among the weekend activities

[ad_1] While the Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival is the blockbuster on the Port Angeles waterfront, this weekend also brings more intimate artistic, musical and theatrical experiences. Here is a sample of the details. • The 20th annual CrabFest spans City Pier, the Red Lion Hotel parking lot, and the …

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A Microcosm of Segregated America: Best Photograph by Michael von Graffenried | Photography

[ad_1] TThe guy on the left is Frank Palombo, the former police chief in New Bern, North Carolina, a town I’ve spent the past 15 years photographing. In 2006, an organization called Swiss Roots invited me to document New Bern as part of its mission to promote a positive image …

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The five safest cities in the world after the pandemic

[ad_1] Tokyo The capital of Japan ranked fifth in the overall index and at the top of the Health Security Index, which measures factors such as universal health care, pandemic preparedness, life expectancy, mental health and mortality related to Covid-19. Although cases rose during the Olympics, rates fell dramatically, with …

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Creator of content and social networks

[ad_1] About our company: We’re an Australian family-owned business that has taken pride in lighting homes with quality, designer bedding and housewares for over 40 years. Starting off as a modest stall selling homemade cushions at Sydney’s Paddy’s Markets in the 1970s, KAS Australia is a family business that has …

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Chef and cookbook author Bryant Terry seeks to preserve black food stories

[ad_1] Like many businesses, the publishing industry was deeply affected by the racial calculation of 2020, when its overwhelming whiteness was called into question both online and behind closed doors. Now, over a year later, the results of calls for more diversity among those who decide what should be released …

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How BD Wong Spent Tony Awards Sunday

[ad_1] For someone struggling with what he has described as “legendary sleeplessness that has lasted for decades,” BD Wong usually makes rest a priority on weekends. “With Sunday, in particular, there is the least amount of responsibility and the least amount of planning,” Wong said. “So this is really the …

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Congress Questions Facebook Executive on Adverse Effects of Instagram on Children | Facebook

[ad_1] Antigone Davis, Facebook’s global head of safety, faced an audience grid in the U.S. Congress on Thursday during a hearing examining the impacts of the company’s products on children. Thursday’s Senate Subcommittee on Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing comes after a series of Wall Street Journal reports based on …

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Inaugural events like the Topeka Fall Fest and Oktoberfest take place October 3-10

[ad_1] As October approaches, the Topekans are planning some fall events that other members of the community can attend. Whether you’re looking to get out there and enjoy some games and activities or looking to spend the evening snacking on German food and beer, there is a fall event for …

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Eating healthy at the State Fair of Texas? 18 keto, gluten-free, Whole30 and vegan ideas

[ad_1] If you’ve looked at one of the mouth-watering food photos at the State Fair of Texas this year, it’s pretty obvious that the focus here isn’t on healthy eating. But, there are plenty of keto, gluten-free, Whole30, and vegan options out there if you know where to look. In …

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Membership Pipeline Entities Meet on “Bridging the Gap”> Air Education and Training Command> Post Display

[ad_1] JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, TX – Nearly 100 participants from across the membership pipeline gathered here September 14-16 to give members of the training community the opportunity to connect. The idea to host the Bridging the Gap conference arose out of feedback and discussion at the Air Education and …

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Welsh government asks Westminster to help fund coal landfill safety | Wales

[ad_1] Whenever it rains heavily, Cllr Robert Bevan’s phone rings and his social media feed is busy with people worried that the tip of coal looming above the village of Tylorstown in the south from Wales, does not risk slipping. “They ask me, ‘Rob, is this going to happen again?’ …

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Bird eye: how to take pictures of birds that stand out from the flock | Birds

[ad_1] Taking good photos of wildlife can be difficult, especially birds, as they often move in three dimensions. The right equipment certainly helps, but like most photographs it’s never all about that. Composition and narration Whatever equipment you have (and I’ll get to that), the first thing you need to …

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How to Photograph the Milky Way: A Guide for Beginners and Enthusiasts

[ad_1] Learning the tips and techniques for photographing the Milky Way is not as difficult as it first appears. When you start taking pictures of the night sky, you will probably see these amazing images of the Milky Way shining brightly, facing an incredible mountain range or landmark and thinking, …

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Traditional craft villages to step by step restore production activities | Photo gallery

[ad_1] The complicated Covid-19 pandemic has severely affected the activities of traditional trading villages in Vietnam, with many having to shut down operations to tackle the pandemic as regulated, affecting export orders. To overcome the difficulties, many settlements in these villages have made efforts to change their small-scale production methods …

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Patricia’s Room: A loving tribute challenging the invisibility of life with dementia | Dementia

[ad_1] During last year’s pandemic, photographer and art therapist Jennifer Blau was looking for a project to work on. She turned to her 90-year-old stepmother, Patricia. “She was stylish, smart, glamorous,” Blau told Guardian Australia. “She was always out there and involved in the arts. I wanted to document this …

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Indiana Sen. Alting, Students Face Climate Change Through Legislation

[ad_1] WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Over the past year, a campaign by young people from West Lafayette has drawn the attention of fellow Hoosiers to the issue of climate change. Confront the Climate Crisis, organized by high school students, teamed up with Indiana State Senator Ron Alting on Friday in …

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More forgotten: Remedios Varo, Spanish painter of magic, mysticism and science

[ad_1] Varo, then well in his forties, made his breakthrough with a group exhibition in 1955, showing paintings that dealt with the subconscious, the mystical, and the metaphysical; in many, the protagonist looked like Varo. She was interested in tarot, astrology and alchemy, which she balanced with a long-standing love …

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Photographer Behind Controversial Border Patrol Images Speaks Exclusively at KTSM

[ad_1] EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The photographer behind images depicting border patrol officers on horseback told KTSM things are not exactly what they appear to be when it comes to the photos. The photographs, which were taken on Sunday, appear to show officers on horseback with whips in hand. …

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7 tips for well-groomed hands

[ad_1] If you think clean, well-groomed hands are just an essential prerequisite for women, you might want to think twice. Men also need to be careful with their hands because our hand is home to 1,500 bacteria living on every square inch of its skin. You can easily assume the …

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Advisory: Making the Most of Containment

[ad_1] By Michael Snedic | September 23, 2021 Since March 2020, our lives have been impacted in so many ways that COVID 19 has taken hold around the world. There are a lot of negatives as a direct result of this tasteless virus, including travel restrictions and blockages. Black-winged Stilt. …

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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Guide: Tips, Tricks and All Collectibles

[ad_1] Kena: Bridge of Spirits is an indie action-adventure game on PS5 and PS4 from developer Ember Lab. It is a light adventure with fights, platforms and puzzles. In this Kena: Spirit Bridge Guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the game. tips and tricks for beginners, …

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“Ruthless but good ears”: Lucian Grainge is the key architect of the revival of the music industry | Music industry

[ad_1] In the dark days of the 2000s, a time marked by plummeting record sales and widespread digital piracy, Lucian Grainge was on the warpath due to the lack of new chart-topping stars his label discovered. The last to arrive at a management meeting, he turned off the lights, walked …

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Insights into the “lost tribe” Jewish communities in India and Myanmar

[ad_1] In 2017, while traveling in India, a friend from the northeastern state of Assam told me about the lost tribe Jewish communities in neighboring Mizoram state. Growing up in a Jewish family without ever fully embracing the religion of my practicing parents, I was intrigued and wanted to know …

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Canon Smart Compact Camera and Posture Adjustment Concepts

[ad_1] September 19, 2021 Canon is showcasing a number of new and unique cameras at the 2021 Photography Show, and although the camera that catches the eye is clearly the Canon EOS R3, with people lining up just to hold it and l To try, there are a number of …

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Overview: Standing Out from the Crowd in New Delhi, 1984 | Photography

[ad_1] TPhotographer Mitch Epstein fell in love with the idea of ​​India long before he went there. As a young man from the small town of New England, he watched Ravi Shankar play the sitar at the Woodstock Festival and paid $ 35 to be introduced to Transcendent Meditation, inspired …

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Virginia Beach photographer shares tips for taking sunrise photos

[ad_1] Local photographer Shawn Young owns the @vabeachsunrises Instagram page, which approaches 10,000 followers. VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – With Hampton Roads on the east coast, we’re fortunate to say that we can see the sunrise over the ocean. If you wake up early enough, you can cruise to shore for …

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Florida Police Search Gabby Petito, Request Her Boyfriend’s Cooperation

[ad_1] “He needs to talk to us,” Josh Taylor, spokesperson for the North Port, Florida Police Department, said at a press briefing. “We need to know exactly where he was, where she was, their last locations and that he was back here for 10 days.… The family reported him missing …

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manufacturer of the port of Catoosa expects up to 160 new jobs and a $ 6 million investment in the plant | News from local businesses

[ad_1] The port of Tulsa de Catoosa is pictured in February. An office of Kelvion, a heat exchanger company at the Port of Tulsa de Catoosa, is pictured on Thursday. CATOOSA – A heat exchanger company in the Port of Tulsa de Catoosa plans to invest $ 6 million to …

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British Columbia vaccination card required for certain activities at Strathcona Gardens – Campbell River Mirror

[ad_1] As per the order of the Provincial Health Officer, Strathcona Gardens Recreation Center will require proof of vaccination, depending on the activity. Proof of vaccination will be required for adults 22 years of age and over for arena sports, the weight room and fitness room and for any organized …

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One actor, two big bees and a lot of experts: a week spent tackling the problems of the planet | Environment

[ad_1] At times under the early fall sun in Marseille, pre-pandemic life has felt incredibly close at the world’s largest conservation rally since the start of Covid. Scientists presented the latest nature research – in person – to colleagues they hadn’t seen in months, if not years. Amid the excitement …

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UK 2021 living room ideas: how to decorate a living room – artwork, photo frames, lamps, candles and cushions

[ad_1] These are all the essential things you need to decorate a living room This article contains affiliate links. We may earn a small commission on items purchased through this article, but this does not affect our editorial judgment. First of all, you’ll want to decide on your chosen color …

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All In by Billie Jean King review – game, set and match | Sports and leisure books

[ad_1] Billie Jean King learned early on that as a girl who excelled in sports, she would not always be treated fairly. There was the elementary school teacher who had noted her for using her “superior abilities” at recess games, and the tennis official who took her, 10, from a …

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Budget-friendly ways to enjoy Michigan’s fall season – The Oakland Press

[ad_1] There is nothing quite like the sights, sounds, tastes and smells during fall in Michigan. People can spend a small fortune to visit apple orchards, pumpkin farms, cider mills, corn mazes, haunted houses, and other attractions in September and October. These are definitely some great things to do, but …

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Being You by Professor Anil Seth review – the exhilarating new science of consciousness | Science and nature books

[ad_1] For every stoner who has been overwhelmed by a deep insight and dragged, “Reality is a construction, maaan”, here is the amazing assertion. Reality – or, at least, our perception of it – is a “controlled hallucination,” according to neuroscientist Anil Seth. Everything we see, hear and perceive around …

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The 5 best tips for creating your photo book

[ad_1] A photo album is like a time machine. It helps us go back in time and relive the best memories of our lives. This is the reason why people want their photo book to be nothing short of perfect. However, if not designed properly, photo books can often become …

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TechScape: Is Apple Taking a Dangerous Step Into the Unknown? | Technology

[ad_1] Apple made waves on Friday, announcing that the company would begin scanning photo libraries stored on iPhones in the United States to find and report known cases of child pornography. From our history: Apple’s tool, called neuralMatch, will scan the images before they’re uploaded to the company’s iCloud online …

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Tips for real estate photography – News Anyway

[ad_1] Publication displays: 142 As the saying goes, you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. This saying also applies to photographs of property on a real estate agent’s website. These photos are the first thing a potential buyer sees, and that potential buyer will decide whether …

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MacAdam: Whitney recalls the little mysteries of life

[ad_1] SARATOGA SPRINGS – This was the case with Deja Shoe. Five years after Gun Runner won the Whitney with a horseshoe tangled in his long chestnut tail, we had another horseshoe incident – and mystery – in Saturday’s Whitney at Saratoga Racecourse. Our trusty and fearless photographer Erica Miller …

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10 landscape photo tricks, using multiple flashes, flashes and modifiers and more

[ad_1] by Jeremy Gray published on Friday, August 6, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. EDT Scott Kelby’s 10 Amazing Tips for Editing Landscapes Scott Kelby joined B&H to give a presentation at Optic 2021, B&H’s outdoor photo / video, wildlife and travel conference. Kelby’s overview offers 10 landscape photo editing tips, …

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To Balance is Trust: photographing women and non-binary skateboarders | Skateboarding

[ad_1] Hannah, from edinburgh, has been photographing female skateboarding around the world for over 10 years, inspired by the diversity of faces and the underground culture of the scene. Her mission has been to question society’s perception of gender in sport and to question the way women are portrayed in …

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