Don Harrington Discovery Center Presents New ‘Beyond: Unity in Community’ Exhibit | KAMR

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — On Sunday, officials from the Don Harrington Discovery Center (DHDC) presented “Beyond: Unity in Community,” a new immersive cultural exhibit. According to a DHDC press release, “Beyond: Unity in Community” is now opening a cultural exhibit at DHDC that will highlight different refugee communities in Amarillo …

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Bored? Here’s how to create your own stickers!

If you’re like us, you’re probably bored (a lot). That’s why you’re here, isn’t it – to look for cute craft ideas that you can do to occupy your free time or to occupy your mind and fingers? And we’ve got you covered, from coffee filter flowers to the BEST …

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Riddle and Seth Rollins brawl in surprise segment

Despite being sidelined with a storyline injury, Riddle still appeared on WWE Summer Slam to call Seth Rollins. The King of Bros hit the ring demanding that Rollins come out and face him, to which Rollins responded by rushing the squared circle and brawling with his rival. Security would attempt …

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St. George’s Inventor Creates Affordable Tiny House Concept – St George News

ST. GEORGE-An entrepreneur with deep community ties has invented a tiny house concept that will be affordable and easy to assemble, with future goals to include water conservation for their communities’ sustenance. Inventor Mike Taggett stands in his shop, July 17, 2022, Hurricane, Utah | Photo by Jessi Bang, St. …

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New Plesiosaur Fossil Discovered – What It Means For The Loch Ness Monster

Artist’s impression of a spinosaurus and a plesiosaur in a river. Credit: Dr Nick Longrich/University of Bath Plesiosaur fossils discovered in an ancient river bed suggest that some species, traditionally considered sea creatures, could have lived in fresh water. Fossils of small plesiosaurs, long-necked marine reptiles from the age of …

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Family Bonding Tips: Ways to Engage in a DIY Art Session with Your Family

Arts and crafts have benefits beyond mere enjoyment, such as increasing self-esteem, boosting cognitive function, and even relieving symptoms of major medical illnesses. DIY art classes with your family might inspire you to work on your next project with them all, help you decompress and lift your spirits as these …

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Emilio Pucci will unveil a collection in St. Moritz in December – WWD

Although practically synonymous with a beach holiday, Emilio Pucci also has roots in the mountains – a fact that the Florentine house will bring St. Moritz to life this winter. A fashion “experience” is scheduled for December 8-10 in the prestigious Swiss ski destination, WWD has learned. “The main idea …

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Half a century later, the world is getting worse in many ways, according to the inventor of the Rubik’s Cube

In the nearly half-century since its iconic Rubik’s Cube was created, the world has gotten much worse in many ways, plagued by climate change, overpopulation and waste, its Hungarian inventor has claimed. The multicolored 3x3x3 puzzle, which has become one of Hungary’s most important innovations, is still popular among …

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Elden Ring Player Makes An Interesting Discovery From The Wandering Noble Spirit’s Ashes

Ring of Elden has a ton of mechanics he lets players discover, including his Spirit Ashes. It may take players a while to figure out when/where these summons will work, but when they do, players can trivialize a ton of Ring of Elden the boss fights with the good guys. …

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How to make chic planters from discarded cardboard

JThe convenience of shopping online is certainly very appealing. However, the amount of waste that one tends to accumulate from all these purchases is very inconvenient. So why not try a creative way to reuse those cartons and boxes that come with your online shopping? Abhinav Yadav, who launched his …

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HOSPI-TALES celebrates health and imagination in a children’s hospital

https://madcavestudios.com/ Hospi-Tales: A Year of Tales from Alder HeyCreated by: CIC Youth Comics & Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in collaboration with the Graphic medicine projectEdited by: Rebecca Horner, Anna Macdonaldand Rae MalenoirEditor: Marginal publishing house It is almost universally agreed that comics have the ability to transform both readers and …

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Project Invent Hires Jax Chaudhry as Executive Director

SAN FRANCISCO, July 25 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The board of directors of Project Invent, a national education nonprofit that empowers high school students to invent for social good, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jax. Chaudhry as Executive Director. Chaudhry will lead the organization in executing Project …

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Astronomers have found a particularly sneaky black hole – discovery sheds light on star death, black hole formation and gravitational waves

There is always something new and exciting happening in the field of black hole research. Albert Einstein first published his book explaining the theory of general relativity – which postulated black holes – in 1922. One hundred years later, astronomers captured actual images of the black hole at the center …

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At Westerly Library & Wilcox Park: In the Information Age, We’ve Got It All | Guest columns

We live in the information age, where chances are, no matter how silly your question, someone has already Googled it before you. It’s true that you can find just about anything online…but that doesn’t mean you can actually access what you’re looking for (without paying a pretty penny). There is …

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Naperville Garden Clubs will be blooming on show at the Botanical Garden in early August

Above / A striking display of red flowers created a blue ribbon design by Naperville Garden Club President Diane Greenawalt. “Let’s Go to the Movies” will feature creative floral arrangements by Naperville Gardeners, August 6-7, 2022, at Glencoe Botanical Garden. (Photo courtesy of Marilyn Krueger) The Garden Clubs of Illinois, …

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Putting parks before the poor – The Irish Times

The invention of green colonialism Author: Guillaume Blanc, translated by Helen Morrison ISBN-13: 978-1509550890 Editor: Political regime Guide price: £15.99 Think like an iceberg Author: Olivier Remaud, translated by Stephen Muecke ISBN-13: 978-1509551477 Editor: Political regime Guide price: £15.99 In 2015, I went on vacation to Ethiopia. Part of the …

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New discovery could lead to better cancer treatment

A type of T cell known as CD4-positive T helper cells has been identified by researchers. These T cells have contributed to the development of a series of antitumor immune mechanisms that allow killer cells to infiltrate deeper into melanomas and breast cancer tumors. The discovery could improve cancer immunotherapy, …

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105 Well-Designed Products That Have Secret Functions

What you see isn’t always what you get…but in a totally awesome way. In a world filled with truly awful design decisions, it’s refreshing to see things made by people who are thoughtful, imaginative, and put the user first. And sometimes they completely stun with the hidden and unexpected features …

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Meet the top lawyers advising AI companies

VCs backing AI startups have invested $41 billion this year, according to PitchBook. AI startups need to obtain patents and manage concerns about bias, safety, and security risks. These lawyers draw on their own technological experience and industry expertise to guide them. Artificial intelligence startups continue to receive venture capital …

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World War I graphic novel discovery could rewrite the history books

Traditionally, ‘graphic novels’ are thought to be a relatively recent phenomenon, with American cartoonist Will Eisner’s 1978 book A contract with God and other building stories generally acclaimed as the first of its kind. However, the hitherto unknown Journey and Adventures of a Good Little German in Kangaroolanda five-part autobiographical …

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Downsizing? 10 Things Your Millennials Don’t Want To Inherit

Parents of baby boomers who downsize their homes for financial, logistical, or health reasons can expect their adult children to want the household goods and family heirlooms their parents value most. But that’s not always the case, according to Carrie Poulisse, owner of Nana’s Treasures Estate Sales, based in northern …

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Internship profile: Juliana Maniscalco designs with intention

Read more internship profiles Last name: Juliana Maniscalco Hometown: Holtville, New York Year: Class of 2023 Major: Interior design Traineeship: Maniscalco joins Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Design and Construction, an in-house design team within Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. In her role as an interior design …

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Drug Discovery Outsourced Market Size Expected to Reach US$56.7 Billion at a CAGR of 12.1% by 2028 | Share analysis, future prospects, growth estimation and industry trends

Insight: Outsourced drug discovery is a contractual procedure conducted by contract research organizations (CROs) and contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs) (CMOs). Contract research organizations provide drug discovery and development assistance to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. CROs support drug discovery and development services such as biopharmaceutical development, bioassay development, …

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Staysie Atoms breathe new life into the city’s music scene

Staysie Atoms is a 22-year-old “cybertrap” rapper from Oakhaven Inspired by the big names in Memphis rap, Atoms uniquely adds a dreamy element to the hardened Memphis sound. Atoms finds writing raps, producing beats and creating memes to be a form of unbridled self-expression. A laugh bounces off the graffitied …

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Palisociety launches new culinary accessory, “Palisociety Dining Group”, with the addition of creative director of food and beverage, Casey Lane

Based in Los Angeles Palosocietyone of the country’s fastest growing independent hotel brands, will usher in a chapter of forward-thinking growth and expansion with the launch of the Palsociety Restoration Group this summer. A new concept within the Palisociety portfolio with a particular focus on branded dining experiences, Palisociety Dining …

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The 19th century woman who simplified our shopping by inventing the paper grocery bag

Margaret Knight held numerous patents as an entrepreneur in several fields, including the humble paper bag If you’ve ever carried your groceries home in a paper bag, you can thank Margaret E. Knight. It’s a name you’ve almost certainly never heard of, paired with an invention that seems too obvious …

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Dwayne Johnson is the master of ceremonies for Shark Week

Shark Week begins on the Discovery Channel on July 24, and Dwayne Johnson is the first emcee of the televised event’s 34-year anniversary. Discovery will deliver 25 original episodes of shark content this week, featuring Tracy Morgan and the cast of Donkey and Inconvenient Wildcards appear in the schedule. Johnson …

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BoKkAna’s Club offers a myriad of DIY workshops like tufting and more

DIY workshops are all the rage right now – from tufted rugs to customizing your own phone case and hair accessories, the list is endless. Photo: natlyrehc/RED To BoKkAna’s Club situated in Bugis, you can get them all in one place. Instead of having the same old carpets (that everyone …

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Students use their creative talents to promote the festival

A GROUP of students from Richmond School and Sixth Form College have pooled their creative talents to help publicize the Richmond Walking and Book Festival. Based on the fantastic posters the school’s media students produced for the 2021 festival, the designs for this year’s event were hand drawn and the …

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Former University of Arkansas Professor Jailed for Lying to Feds About China Patents

A former University of Arkansas professor was sentenced on June 16 to a year and a day in prison followed by a year of probation for providing a false statement to the FBI about the existence of patents for his inventions in China, according to the Ministry of Justice. Simon …

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Despite the heat, people continue to enjoy Custer’s 99th Gold Discovery Days

CUSTER, SD – People braved the heat and filled the streets Saturday to celebrate Custer’s Gold Discovery Days. The 99th annual festival started on Friday and will continue on Sunday for people to keep enjoying. Saturday’s event began at 5:30 a.m. with a hot air balloon rally, followed by a …

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Sweet Animal Crossing Fan Art Shows A Slumber Party Between Star Villagers

An Animal Crossing fan has created some lovely fan art, depicting a sleepover attended by Celeste and a number of squirrel villagers. A animal crossing fan created a piece of fanart depicting an adorable starry pajama party using New Horizons furniture as a source of inspiration. Animal Crossing: New Horizons …

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Farzar Review – But Why Tho? A community of geeks

Reading time: 2 minutes Farzar is an animated comedy streaming on Netflix. Prince Fichael has spent his entire life in the domed city of Farzar. Under the leadership of his father Renzo, the human inhabitants fought an endless battle to hold off the vicious alien hordes outside the city. What …

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Remembering the life of black haircare pioneer Willie Morrow

San Diego (KGTV) — Hundreds of people have gathered to celebrate the life of black haircare pioneer Dr. Willie Morrow. He passed away at the end of last month. His inventions influenced African American culture across the United States, but it started in San Diego. His funeral was held Friday …

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Better Buy: Roku vs. Warner Bros. Discovery

The streaming video market is more competitive than ever. Roku (ROKU -5.38%) and Warner Discovery of the brothers (WBD -3.88%) are there two companies in the space with very different business models, but which stock will do better for your portfolio? Read on to see why two Motley Fool contributors …

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10 Best Subscription Boxes for Teachers in 2022

How to get by with teaching/Cratejoy Whether it’s for Teacher Appreciation Week, the holidays, a farewell gift for your child’s beloved teacher before the end of the school year, or even a birthday present for your friend or family member who is a teacher gift ideas for teachers can be …

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Kith for Taylormade: The Next Step in the Golf Style Renaissance | Golf equipment: clubs, balls, bags

Over the past few years, the clothing options to wear on the course have evolved to align more closely with fashion industry trends, giving golfers the ability to match their style of golf to their style of all seasons. days. The latest initiative is the collaboration between Taylormade and Kith, …

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You can sign up for a MasterClass with Kris Jenner on “Self-Invention”

Kris Jenner shares her tips, tricks, and top tips in a new MasterClass on “Self Invention.” The momager recently announced that its MasterClass will be available to users on July 14. Jenner took to Instagram to share a video featuring a look at the class itself! “On @MasterClass, I’ll teach …

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Halsey Drawings Contemporary Discoveries from Sotheby’s

Halsey is set to auction off a series of paintings they created during their ‘Love and Power Tour’, with all proceeds benefiting abortion rights. The five works of art will be part of Sotheby’s Contemporary Discoveries’ ongoing auction with an estimated price of between US$5,000 and US$7,000. The pop star …

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‘Why not me?’ Irving resident credits her Indian roots to her international charity

Irving resident Jayashree Krishnan is a part-time artist, baker and educator who uses her passions to help communities around the world. Krishnan’s fundraising experience runs the gamut – and it’s just getting started. She donated her hair to the Michigan-based nonprofit Children with Hair Loss; sold handmade jewelry and crafts …

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Design in the Metaverse should be about democracy and co-creation – WWD

Fashion, design and luxury brands spend a lot of time and money protecting their intellectual property, but the boundaries around creative property are rapidly blurring due to a host of Web3 who are eager to collaborate with fans and customers. Metaverse fashion is still in its infancy, and there are …

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July 2022 Legal Update (Part 1)

Our Vietnam Legal Update #208 would lead you on 03 legal issues: I. The application of interest rates in the event of early withdrawal of deposits from credit institutions and branches of foreign banks The State Bank of Vietnam issued Circular No. 04/2022/TT-NHNN dated June 16, 2022 on the application …

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Discovery Lead responds to criticism from mainstream Star Trek fans

Star Trek: Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Michael Burnham, is responding to criticism the show has received from Classic Star Trek fans. Star Trek: Discovery frontman Sonequa Martin-Green responded to criticism from star trek Fans. Early 2017 with Discovery, CBS tapped writer-producer Alex Kurtzman to revitalize the future of …

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The 10 Best Backyards, Rooftops, and Patios With Summer Vibes in the Bronx – Bronx Times

Summer is here and Bronxites can’t wait to shed the cobwebs of COVID-19 and show some skin. As the days get longer, people flood the streets desperate to enjoy some semblance of normality and a sunny tan. And as the weather warms up, guests are happy to enjoy al fresco …

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Designs that don’t look good in real life

Pallet furniture may not be very comfortable. Pallet furniture can also sometimes have splinters. bodiaphvideo/Shutterstock Pallet furniture—minimalist pieces made mostly of wood—may seem creative and relaxing, but Andra DelMonico, chief interior designer at Tendencysaid to approach the trend with caution. “On social media and in photos, the pallet wood furniture …

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Arrest carried out after the discovery of possible human remains under residence in Louisiana

AMITE, La. (BRPROUD) – In April of this year, the Amite Police Department asked the public to keep an eye out for 59-year-old Angela Stearns. Nearly three months after the request was sent, detectives believe they have found the remains of the missing woman. Cullman man arrested for smuggling drugs …

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Gun used to kill Abe is ‘easy to build with hardware store materials’, experts say

The homemade weapon used to kill former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could easily have been made using readily available commercial components, weapons experts say, raising questions about what else can be done about it. prevent such shootings. Although little is known about the double-barreled firearm used by the suspect – …

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SWEENEY TODD by New Generation Theatrical

How do you take a brilliant piece of classical musical theater and make it better? Some theaters achieve this by reimagining content in a modern context, others by updating orchestrations and musical arrangements. But some, like SWEENEY TODD’s New Generation Theatrical production of Orlando, break down typical stage barriers and …

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Inventor’s HeetShield could soon protect space deliveries and firefighters

Steve Miller tests his high-tech thermal insulation material at NACET Laboratories. Whatever NASA wants to deliver to a planet or moon from space – be it medicine, robots, experiments or humans – HeetShield Founder and CEO Steve Miller designs a protective thermal insulation product that can wrap it. He is …

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Today’s bear market reduces risk on new gold finds

Independent financial analyst Matt Badiali examines the current bear market in junior mining stocks, profiling Vizsla Silver, Arizona Sonoran Copper Company and Cross River Ventures Corp. to tell you what stock risks are worth the reward. There is a bear market for junior mining stocks today. Investors are scared and …

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Animal Crossing Heart Crystals Reveal ACNH Issue

Many Animal Crossing: New Horizons players likely ended June stockpiling unspent Heart Crystals along with other event-related items. Many Animal Crossing: New Horizons players likely ended June by storing a pocket of unspent heart crystals along with a variety of other inert seasonal event related items, revealing an area where …

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Can fashion ensure ‘sustainability’ without scary quotes?

It’s a bit like artisanal. Or organic. When we start talking about sustainable fashion, the question of knowing exactly this buzzword means is the first one you need to address. And because of this nebulosity, it’s easy for people to play cynical and look respectable without doing much to actually …

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5th Circle Struggles with if Fed. Circ. Should take Fintiv

By Dani Kass (July 6, 2022, 9:37 p.m. EDT) — A Fifth Circuit panel on Wednesday posed tough questions to the American inventor and the federal government as they try to determine whether he or the Federal Circuit should oversee challenges to the Practice of the United States Patent and …

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Tenaya Therapeutics Releases Preclinical Data in Scientific Translational Medicine Detailing Discovery of HDAC6 Inhibitor for Treatment of Heart Failure

Tenaya Therapeutics, Inc. Tenaya’s Precision Medicine Platform Used to Identify HDAC6 Target Using Phenotypic Screening and Machine Learning Algorithms Tenaya TN-301’s HDAC6 Inhibitor Proceeds to Clinic for HFpEF, with IND Filing on Track for 2H 2022 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 06 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tenaya Therapeutics, Inc. …

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Crack Cloud shares new single ‘Tough Baby’ | New

Ahead of the release of their second album ‘Tough Baby’ on September 16th on Meat Machine, Vancouver’s Crack Cloud is now sharing the title track. “Our work has been heavily influenced by some of the darkest chapters of our lives; we took a moment to look beyond that in Tough …

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Pokemon Fan Designs A Crystalline Version Of Bulbasaur

A talented Pokémon fan decides to create awesome fan art that imagines a crystal version of Bulbasaur, a Grass/Poison-type Pokémon. Since the creation of the Pokemon series in 1996, a popular pastime for many gamers has been making fan art featuring their favorite pocket monsters. A common type of Pokemon …

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Pewter Tumbler – DBusiness Magazine

Drip Drip – The lubrication cup, designed by Elijah J. McCoy in 1872, allowed trains to travel much farther. Prior to his invention, railroad personnel had to stop every few miles to add oil to all moving parts lest they seize up and potentially cause a derailment. // Courtesy of …

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Public libraries are back with popular summer reading programs | Webster Kirkwood Times

Rock Hill Public Library offers Paws for Reading, a one-on-one reading session with tactile therapy dog, Miri. Area library staff are excited to return to in-person events as they kick off their summer reading programs. Rock Hill Public Library director Erin Phelps said the library is ready to resume in-person …

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San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum Hosts Summer Concerts

The San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum is hosting two evenings of family fun as part of the Summer Serenade Concerts on Saturday, July 9 and Saturday, August 13. The events aim to bring the community together in the spirit of summer and raise funds to benefit the museum’s exhibits and …

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Craft workshop in James City County offers crafters a place to learn, relax and even change lives – Daily Press

JAMES CITY — Jennifer Stanley knows one of the city’s best-kept secrets. A local makerspace owner who has been quietly changing lives for years, she has witnessed the impact of her workshop on many makers, and now looks forward to welcoming many more. She’s got countless solutions for this summer’s …

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Sacramento wears hometown pride on its sleeve

Tweeter This story is part of our July 2022 Young Professionals print issue. To subscribe, click here. ​​ One of the hottest style statements you can make in Sacramento is — get this — a shirt that says “Sacramento.” Not in a cheesy or touristy way, and not even …

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Canterbury inventor creates sand sieve to remove microplastics from beaches

Canterbury inventor and TikTok star Kenny Paton spends a lot of his time doing wacky and wonderful things, but he’s hoping his latest creation might have a very practical purpose: cleaning plastic off our beaches. On the Paton Machines TikTok account, Kenny shares videos of himself motorizing everyday items such …

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The discovery of children’s graves reveals the poverty of the survivors of the Aztec Empire

The discovery of the graves of four pre-Hispanic Mexican children provided insight into the harsh living conditions that followed the fall of the Aztec Empire. Named after the property where the excavations took place, the Argentina 95 project was carried out in La Lagunilla, a district in the historic center …

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What to do in Atlanta this weekend: July 1-4, 2022

Dude Perfect: “It’s Happy” Tour 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. $29 and up. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. 404-878-3000. Dude Perfect, a sports and comedy group that is also a sensation on YouTube, is hosting its tour at State Farm Arena. ” Dream of a summer …

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Biology professor receives Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award – The Brock News

Ian Patterson received the Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award. The Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Brock University was one of six recipients to receive the grant recognizing innovative biomedical and health research projects by outstanding new investigators at universities and research institutes across Canada. Up to …

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Events in Tallahassee starting June 28 – Tallahassee Reports

Parks and Recreation Quiz NightDate: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, starts at 6:30 p.m.Where: Brass Tap in Midtown, 1321 Thomasville Rd.Cost: No coverageWhat you will get: Bring your friends and show off your parks and recreation knowledge at a quiz night. Have a cold brew and some good food …

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Marc Jacobs finds his Nietzsche at the NY Public Library

Placeholder while loading article actions NEW YORK — Not every designer can successfully frame a fashion show around a quote from Nietzsche. But Marc Jacobs has always had an inordinate flair for drama. “We have art so as not to die of truth,” the German philosopher once said, a line …

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Jaguar Land Rover CEO on chips, electric vehicles, quality and discovery

We know you’re hard at work on the new electrified Jaguar range, but what about the new Land Rover models? “We will also advance some of them, even earlier than planned to deal with electrification. But I cannot give details yet.” Your Land Rover brands are extremely strong, but even …

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Casa Décor of Coral Springs opens a clothing store • Coral Springs Talk

Casa Décor and more clothing boutique. {courtesy} By Sharon Aron Baron Casa Decor and More, a local decoration shop, has just launched the And more clothing boutique section in their store. Mary Villalobos, Kayla Kaydas and Melissa Sousa opened the Coral Springs store in 2021, following their passion for home …

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Dynamic Advisor Solutions LLC holds $604,000 in iShares Russell Top 200 Growth ETF (NYSEARCA:IWY)

Dynamic Advisor Solutions LLC reduced its holdings in iShares Russell Top 200 Growth ETF (NYSEARCA:IWY – Get a rating) by 8.6% in the 1st quarter, Holdings Channel.com reports. The institutional investor held 3,804 shares of the company after selling 360 shares during the quarter. Dynamic Advisor Solutions LLC’s holdings in …

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The home of the inventor of the musical staircase

Calling all inventors, dreamers, designers and do-it-yourselfers: this Lexington farmhouse offers all the space you need to make your latest imagined creation a reality, with two massive greenhouses turned into workshops on the spacious 1.47 acre. The 5,344 square foot home is owned by jazz musician and architect Christopher Janney. …

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Photo of the International Space Station taken from the Clarkton School Of Discovery parking lot – BladenOnline.com

By Sonny Jones See! High in the sky! It wasn’t a bird or a plane that brought Johnny Horne to the Clarkton School of Discovery parking lot on that hot, scorching Thursday afternoon, though, admittedly, it was a flying machine. The former Fayetteville Observer photographer and amateur astronomer extraordinaire had …

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Community Announcements | The Company-Tocsin

BeSMART: control your diabetes The BeSMART: Control Your Diabetes program continues on a healthy path in 2022. Join them TODAY at the BB King Museum for a healthy lunch and information gathering from 12-1 p.m. They ask that you please bring pre-assessment numbers (blood pressure, blood sugar, A1C) if possible. …

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eyebobs launch Reader sunglasses you can wear all summer long

MINNEAPOLIS, June 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — eyebobs, the fun and creative eyewear brand known for its bold designs and quirky styles, has launched a new collection of reader sunglasses just in time for those long summer days. Designed to transition from exploration to relaxation, the eyebobs collection of full and …

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Remember when: A new Kensington native’s work on a new fiber for tires led to the unwitting invention of Kevlar

While working for DuPont Chemical in the mid-1960s, the late Stephanie Kwolek was given a world-changing mission for first responders and others. His mission was to develop a polymer that could be used to extend the life of radial tires. As is the case with many inventions, Kwolek’s research and …

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US Supreme Court Limits Scope of Section 1782 Discovery | Knowledge

On June 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision limiting the scope of discovery under 28 USC § 1782 (“section 1782”), which allows a U.S. district court to seek to obtain assistance in obtaining a document or testimony “for use”. in proceedings before a foreign or …

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7 Best Resin Craft Starter Kits and Supplies in 2022

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Resin is a versatile material that you can use to preserve flowers, wood, and all kinds of artwork. It can be used in crafts such as jewelry, art preservation, and woodworking projects. We spoke to three …

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Alex Bauman-Lyons, head of design at edyn • Hotel Designs

HD: What were you doing before working for edyn? AB-L: I spent my early career at Grimshaw Architects, working on huge infrastructure projects like London Bridge Station and Heathrow Airport. In many ways it was as far from hospitality as it gets, but it gave me great experience in solving …

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