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Cheek to cheek: keep the tango alive during the Covid in Buenos Aires | photographic essay | Dance

In a cute little square next to a railroad tracks, it’s proven that not even a pandemic can keep us apart. Five couples lean forward, cheek to cheek, marking milestones that reflect life’s roundabout path. If there is a card, it emerges from a portable speaker, and the melancholy poetry …

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5 tips for better landscape and nature photography

You could spend a lifetime in nature with your camera and still barely scratch the surface of what’s to be photographed. If you want to improve your landscape and nature photography, check out this fantastic video tutorial which contains five helpful tips that will enhance your work and expand your …

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How to take the best fireworks photos with your smartphone

July 4th is upon us. One of the most incredible experiences is the countless fireworks displays across the country throughout the weekend. But what if you want to capture those moments? Tap or click here to discover seven photographic myths you should stop believing in. Fireworks aren’t the easiest thing …

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Temporary Name, Image and Likeness (TIN) Policy

I. POLICY STATEMENT The following policy (“Policy) is intended to provide guidance to student-athletes, coaches and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (” University “) regarding the use of name, image and / or Student-Athlete Likeness for Commercial Purposes This document provides definitions and regulations for the use of a …

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‘Children are not guinea pigs’: parents and teachers plan to end self-isolation in England | Schools

Schoolchildren in England may no longer have to isolate themselves after coming into contact with someone positive for Covid, ministers are expected to announce. The current system of student “bubbles” – who quarantine themselves at home if one of them turns out to be infected with Covid – is likely …

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Discover Pepin, Wisconsin with a Day Trip | Things to do

Pepin – home to some 850 residents – offers amenities that larger communities would love to have. Here’s an itinerary for a summer day in this Wisconsin village located along the Great River Road and sitting on Lake Pepin. Take a few hours to visit historic sites and learn about …

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Behind the objective: the raven’s castle

By Benjamin Lee / @itchban | June 24, 2021 It was another cold and early awakening – one of many on our month-long trip to Japan in 2018. Luckily our sunrise filming location (Matsumoto Castle) was only 3 minutes away. walk from our hostel. It’s always a bonus when you …

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New suspect identified in June 12 homicide on 6th Street, charges against original suspects dropped by Travis County prosecutor’s office

The Austin Police Department (APD) has identified a new suspect in the June 12 homicide on 6e St. A warrant for the arrest of murder has been issued for De’ondre “Dre” White, 19. After the shooting, White changed his appearance by cutting and dyeing his hair. White was interviewed by …

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Can geometry be as moving as poetry?

SHAPEThe hidden geometry of information, biology, strategy, democracy and everything in betweenBy Jordan Ellenberg Some of us have a certain ‘eat your veg’ sense of geometry; that it is a necessary evil to be successful in school. “Shape” is Jordan Ellenberg’s 400-page counter-argument. For Ellenberg, geometry is like poetry: capable …

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Pixel Buds A-Series Review: Google’s Cheaper But Good Headphones | Google

Google’s latest AirPods competitors, the Pixel Buds A-Series, get a big price cut and a slightly more comfortable design. The new Bluetooth headphones take inspiration from Google’s cheaper but excellent A-series phones, slashing a few features to cost £ 100 (US $ 99) – or £ 80 cheaper than their …

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