Why this year’s Olympics are still called the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Barring a last-minute cancellation due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in Japan, the Olympic Games opening ceremony is expected to take place this Friday, July 23, 2021. The Tokyo 2020 Games are all everyone’s talking about right now, even though it’s 2021. While it may be confusing, there is …

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Crestline appointed the management of The Residence Inn by

FAIRFAX, Va., July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC (“Crestline”) today announced that it has been selected to manage the new Residence Inn by Marriott Steamboat Springs suite in Colorado. . The new hotel is located less than a mile from the Steamboat ski area and …

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Where Arab and Jewish teens learn tech skills together

“Eventually, I hope there will be Moona centers in the United States and United Arab Emirates. It is a template that can be copied anywhere because it is about people. Moona – a Space for Change began in September 2014 as an after-school program where Israeli Jewish and Arab high …

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Ex-Nightwish singer Anette Olzon makes scathing debut on “Sick of You”

Former Nightwish singer and current The Dark Element singer Anette Olzon recently announced her second solo album, Strong, and has just released their second new single, the scathing “Sick of You”. Strong, released on September 10 via Frontiers Music SRL, is the symphonic metal singer’s second solo offering and the …

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Latest news from Apple, Target, Cocokind and more

Buyers across the country have recently faced delivery delays and rising prices, both of which are side effects of the pandemic, experts said. Consumer prices rose for the third consecutive month in June, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For example, demand for air conditioners and dehumidifiers has often …

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jewelry maker from Saint Helena uses local materials | Local News

Saint Helena jewelry maker Mark Battuello sells his work at Kokomo Studio in Calistoga and in stores in Santa Rosa. Marc Battuello make rings from wine barrel staves, then whiskey barrel staves, then inlay gems into different types of ring cores. Jeweler Mark Battuello learned metalworking on his own and …

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Ties will never recover from the pandemic

As America struggled to recover from a global pandemic, a shattered economy and record unemployment, the headlines were in despair: “THE Cursed Ties.” Men were “cutting back on their clothing bills” to the chagrin of retailers, the Associated Press reported. Those who continued to wear ties switched from colorful, expensive …

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LaSalle Days 2021 celebrate with mud volleyball, live music and a parade

The town of LaSalle may be small, but when it comes to celebrating community, they go all out. LaSalle’s 40th Annual Days kicked off on Friday after dropping the festivities in 2020 due to COVID-19. The event included a memorial horseshoe tournament, live music, a tour of the Smokin ‘Bros. …

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Reviews | What the White House doesn’t understand about disinformation

It is hopeless that disinformation about Covid and other topics takes hold so easily and demands constant monitoring and refutation. Misinformation – false stories and falsehoods – has always been with us, but it only really began to flood our political debates after the 2016 presidential campaign, as Donald Trump …

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Defend slow architecture with Manea Kella

Defend slow architecture with Manea Kella Casa Popeea, a hotel in Romania, is a recent competition from London-based architecture studio Manea Kella and represents the firm’s take on slow architecture; a movement that favors craftsmanship, simplicity, terroir and sustainable architecture Manea Kella is a champion of slow architecture. The movement, …

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