Monthly Archives: July 2022

From Mendes to Bieber to The Weeknd: concert cancellations prove a costly gamble for fans

Shawn Mendes performs at the MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center in New York City on September 12.Charles Sykes/Associated Press First, Justin Bieber postponed his June concert in Toronto, then the Weeknd was sidelined by the Rogers network outage a few weeks later. Shawn Mendes pulled out of dates …

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Removed Airbnb listing ‘Slave Cabin’ New Low In Plantation Tourism

An Airbnb listing offering a former slave cabin has been removed from the site. Source: SOPA Images/Getty PLamentation weddings used to be all the rage, but now it seems some people are taking to renting out former slave shacks for their personal enjoyment. An Airbnb site exhibited on Tik Tok …

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Czechs summon Russian ambassador over embassy property deals

Armenia has called on the international community to help end Azerbaijan’s “aggressive actions” after an outbreak of violence in which the two sides accused each other of violating a ceasefire in the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Armenia “calls on the international community to take steps to put an end to …

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Baltimore sex trafficker sentenced to more than 10 years in federal prison for recruiting 14-year-old into the sex trade | USAO-MD

Baltimore, Maryland – U.S. District Judge Deborah K. Chasanow sentenced Kyle David Robinson, 29, of Baltimore, Maryland, to 126 months in federal prison, followed by 8 years of probation, for sex trafficking a minor. The sentence was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Erek L. Barron; …

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Djukanovic says photo with Dahlan was taken at Vucic’s house

President of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic during a press conference in Cetinje, Montenegro. Photo: EPA-EFE/BORIS PEJOVIC Milo Djukanovic, President of Montenegro, told N1 television that a famous photo taken of him with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Mohammed Dahlan, adviser to the controversial Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, was taken at …

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Tilden Gardens co-op apartment offered at $2.6 million

Comment this story Comment Distinguished Homes for Sale in the DC Area Tilden Gardens Cooperative Apartment | The Co-op Apartment, in Tilden Gardens, was formerly a restaurant known as Tilden Gardens Cafe. It is listed at just under $2.6 million. (Connie Gautier) John Rupp gives all the credit to his …

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On the Way: Library Book Returned from Omaha | Communities

Library book returned – from Omaha While it’s relatively common for the Plainville Public Library to receive books from other Massachusetts libraries as part of the SAILS system, a customer recently returned a book from a location a bit further afield. On July 8, a copy of “Little Miss Stoneybrook …

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Property management is now a global business

There’s an iconic New Yorker magazine cover depicting Manhattan as the dominant area on a map of the United States. A strip of land beyond the Hudson River is all that separates it from the Pacific Ocean. It’s much the same pride of place that dominates our view today, which …

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Emily St. John Mandel, author of ‘If All Arkansas Read the Same Book,’ hosted virtually at Baxter County Library

Emily St. John Mandel will discuss Sea of ​​Tranquility as well as the art of writing during a live virtual tour on Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. The program will take place via Zoom and will be streamed live on the Arkansas State Library YouTube channel. This event …

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Blank Canvass: Parkersburg Art Center invites the public to vote for a juried exhibition | News, Sports, Jobs

Cat with Flowers by Beth Nash (Supplied Image) Life is but a dream by Bobby Rosenstock (Supplied image) Ride My Schoolbus by Fred Hays (Image provided) Cat with Flowers by Beth Nash (Supplied Image) PARKERSBURG – After a four-year hiatus, the Parkersburg Art Center will host …

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10 Phoenix Snowbird Rentals You Need to Book Now

Phoenix is ​​the fastest growing major city in the country, a fact that speaks to its growing appeal to people of all stripes. And yet, Phoenix still doesn’t feel like a crowded place despite its phenomenal growth. It’s a sprawling metropolitan area, sure, but an abundance of undeveloped mountainsides, large …

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BCLP Adds Partner to Atlanta Financial Transactions Practice

By Christine DeRosa (July 25, 2022, 2:35 p.m. EDT) — Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP has added Bob Stupar as a partner in its global financial transactions practice, based in the firm’s Atlanta office, BCLP announced Monday . Stupar joins the firm from Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, where he …

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Another Nestlé Summer’s Cool: 42 Students Successfully Completed an Internship at the World’s Largest FMCG Company

The “Nestlé Summer’s Cool” summer internship program for graduate students, masters students and those who have recently completed their studies, has been organized in the Nestlé South East European market for the third consecutive year. During the three-week online paid internship program, participants learned and practiced the practical side of …

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When to buy euros, another currency for a trip abroad

Glowimages | Glowimages | Getty Images It’s a good time to be an American traveling abroad. The value of the US dollar has been at its strongest in years against many major global currencies lately, meaning travelers can shop more abroad than in the recent past. In other words, Americans …

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The home in mind of the Ukrainian twin sisters in Lake George for the summer

Two young Ukrainian women happily greet guests at a Lake George hotel this summer, even as their thoughts go out to their friends and family in their war-ravaged country. Their hometown has been bombed and much of the infrastructure destroyed, but Anna and Tanya Huzii push forward here in the …

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How to Get the Limited Edition Boeing 747 Delta Reserve Card

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that we think our readers will find useful. We earn commission from affiliate partners on many offers, but not all offers on Select are from affiliate partners. Conditions apply to American Express benefits and offers. Visit americanexpress.com to …

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A transformation of mirror images and Chinese identities

Cui Jie, Shanghai Broadcasting Building, 2018. Acrylic and oil on canvas. Collection of Farhad Karim and Sanda Lwin. Image courtesy of the artist; Pilar Corrias, London; and antenna space, Shanghai “We don’t belong to ourselves any more than what we have belongs to us. We did not make ourselves, we …

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The curtain is up on a Broadway hotel where the decorator is the star

Comment this story Comment NEW YORK — In the elegant Blue Room, you can sip cosmos surrounded by display cases containing Evan Hansen’s shirt, King George III’s crown, “Kinky Boots” knee-high red boots. In the spacious restaurant, you will dine under sconces illuminated with engraved designs of the 41 theaters …

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Portland tourism rebounds from COVID, but hiring issues may hold back full recovery

Portland’s tourism and hospitality industries are enjoying a welcome return to activity, but a full recovery to pre-pandemic levels isn’t expected until 2024 at the earliest, industry leaders said Thursday. . In the four weeks ending July 9, demand for hotel accommodations in Portland’s central business district — an area …

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Avoid summer travel hassles by booking a trip to the Caribbean

Europe is a top summer destination for Bostonians as we have plenty of daily non-stop flights from Logan and overnight schedules even allow for a long weekend trip across the Atlantic. But with all the recent flight delays, baggage issues, and airport strikes, traveling to Europe may not be of …

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Is Bozeman Real Estate warming up or heading for a deep freeze?

The last two years have been record breaking for real estate here in Bozeman. Many homes have doubled in price, and even with these incredible increases, potential buyers still have to try to outbid others. So, is there any relief in sight? Well, that depends on who you ask. I’ve …

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President Sisi calls on Serbian businessmen to participate in Egyptian national projects – Foreign Affairs – Egypt

El-Sisi made the remarks while attending the Egyptian-Serb Businessmen’s Forum with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vučić in the capital, Belgrade. The President also underlined Egypt’s willingness to foster closer economic and trade cooperation with Serbian businessmen and companies in order to boost joint investments and help support the development process …

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Sisi takes part in the inauguration of the Egyptian-Serbian Business Forum

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi attended today Wednesday the inauguration of the Egyptian-Serbian Business Forum in Belgrade with the participation of the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and a number of senior Serbian officials and representatives of various government agencies. Bassam Rady, official spokesman of the Presidency of the Republic, …

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Hotel Staff Task Management Software Market Size, Scope, Growth Opportunities, Trends by Manufacturers and Forecast to 2029 – This Is Ardee

New Jersey, United States – The Hotel Staff Task Management Software Market research guides new entrants to obtain accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. …

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North Kansas City rocked by officer deaths in traffic stop

Despite sharing a name with its larger metropolitan counterpart, North Kansas City is an independent municipality with just over 4,000 residents. It is a small community that many of its inhabitants consider peaceful. That’s why the news that a North Kansas City police officer, Daniel Vasquez, was shot while performing …

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Belgrade bust: Behind the parties and luxury condominiums of the Serbian capital

“Ordinary people’s needs are not being met at all,” said Iva Cukic, co-founder of the Space Ministry’s NGO connecting activists, architects, artists, scholars and residents in initiatives contributing to the “democratic and equitable development” of cities. . “They never talk about the needs of the citizens of the city, except …

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NiteThrive publishes insider tips on the best hotels, restaurants and things to do in Las Vegas so you know exactly where to visit

NiteThrive Las Vegas, July 18 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nevada, United States — NiteThrive is your travel website for finding the best up-to-date information on everything in Las Vegas, from hotels, things to do, restaurants and travel guides, so you can see the city through the eyes of a …

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Czech company SEBRE to rebuild Avala Film studio complex and build 3,000 apartments

Czech Ambassador to Serbia Tomas Kuchta said Czech company SEBRE intends to rebuild Avala Film’s studio complex and turn it into one of the main film production centers in Europe. The project, which received the status of project of exceptional importance for the Republic of Serbia in 2019, involves not …

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Crown Aero Airport implements thermal breaks to keep staff safe and cool in the desert heat

The Coachella Valley continues to experience dangerous heat throughout the weekend. We were able to talk to Crown Aero airport managers and staff to see how they handle triple digit heat. One of the team members tells me how some visitors react to the heat. “A lot of them come …

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American woman fakes kidnapping after running out of money; booked for overstay – The New Indian Express

By IANS NEW DELHI: A 27-year-old US citizen staying here allegedly staged her own kidnapping after running out of money in an attempt to extort money from her parents, police said on Sunday. The woman, identified as Chloe Mclaughlin, had come to Delhi on May 3. She graduated from an …

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Do you have $1,000? Here’s how to turn it into a growing passive income stream

You work hard for your money. For this reason, it should work hard on your behalf when you invest it, especially if you are looking for passive income. Ideally, you would want income streams that increase steadily, as this can help you reach your financial goals faster. A great option …

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With Comic-Con just days away, workers say ‘yes’ to a possible strike at the convention hotel

Hundreds of Hilton San Diego Bayfront workers voted overwhelmingly Friday to give their union leaders the power to call a strike, paving the way for a possible walkout when Comic-Con returns next week. Now that it has the workers’ blessing, Unite Here Local 30 leaders will be able to quickly …

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Local artist to celebrate release of new non-fiction graphic book on Crescent Hotel

Event poster A fifteen-year project to tell a decades-old true story about one of the region’s most iconic locations will come to fruition this month. Longtime local artist Sean Fitzgibbon will celebrate the release of his new non-fiction graphic book “What Follows is True: Crescent Hotel” about the strange and …

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Governor Announces Creation of Montana Housing Affordability Task Force

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte on Thursday issued an executive order creating a “housing advisory council” to suggest ways the state “can increase the supply of affordable and accessible housing for the workforce.” . In a statement announcing the creation of the task force, the governor acknowledged that housing is a …

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Serbia opens an embassy in Accra, Ghana, which is the country’s first embassy in Africa

Eastern European nation Serbia opened its first embassy in Africa in Accra, Ghana to strengthen Serbia-Ghana relations The embassy was opened on July 8, 2022, making it the first time that Serbia has opened an embassy on African soil in more than forty years. It was opened by the Serbian …

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Russians flee Putin’s regime after war in Ukraine in second wave of migration

A “second wave” of Russians is now officially settling in countries in Europe, the Middle East and Asia after spending time getting their house in order. Natalia Kolesnikova | AFP | Getty Images For months, Vladimir has been preparing the papers and putting his affairs in order for a move …

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Brexit, working conditions and low wages: a look at the hotel staff crisis in Europe

“It’s been two traumatic years.” This is how the CEO of a hotel loyalty program sums up the COVID era. “But things are going well now,” adds another CEO. Where are they? Just as hotel occupancy began to pick up earlier this year, another crisis hit: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. …

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Joy Harjo’s ‘Remember’ Picture Book Coming Next Year

NEW YORK (AP) — Joy Harjo, who recently completed a three-year run as the nation’s poet laureate, will release a picture book next spring. Random House Children’s Books announced Wednesday that Harjo’s “Remember,” adapted from his famous poem of the same name, is slated for March 21, 2023. The book …

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1 Hotel Nashville is now open

The property is the brand’s eighth location worldwide NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — 1 Hotels, the sustainable luxury hotel brand founded by a hospitality visionary Barry Sternlichttoday announced the opening of 1 Hotel Nashville, the most consciously cultivated urban oasis of the famous musical and cultural center and …

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Putin extends fast-track Russian citizenship to all of Ukraine

KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — As Russian missiles struck a key Ukrainian city, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday extended a fast-track procedure for obtaining Russian citizenship to all Ukrainians, another effort to boost the influence of Moscow over war-torn Ukraine. Until recently, only residents of the breakaway Ukrainian regions of …

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Local Oklahoma bookstores welcome seven-year-old LA author for reading and book signing – The Durango Herald

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., July 11, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Two bookstores in Oklahoma City welcome Los Angeles-based child author Sammy Wallace. His first book, “I slept in my bed last night” (ISBN 979-8985784404), will be read by Sammy at Bella’s Books and Boutique (11 a.m.-1 p.m.) and Full Circle Bookstore …

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Chinese bank depositors clash with police in angry protest

BEIJING — A large crowd of angry Chinese bank depositors clashed with police on Sunday, some roughed up as they were taken away, in a case that drew attention due to earlier attempts to use a COVID-19 tracking app to prevent them from mobilizing. Hundreds of people held banners and …

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The first phase of Bronx Point ends at 575 Outer Street in the South Bronx

Construction of the first phase of Bronx Point, a 22-story mixed-use building located at 575 Outer Street in the South Bronx, has been completed. Designed by S9 Architecture and developed by L+M Development Partners, Type A Projects and BronxWorks, the structure will produce 542 permanently affordable homes in three-bedroom studio …

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The Summer Book Bus brings free books to Pinellas

July 10, 2022 by Abby Baker Here’s where to get in on the Summer Book Bus action before it’s over.Pinellas County Juvenile Welfare Board Book lovers, be on the lookout for a big retro rainbow bus through the streets of Pinellas. The Summer Book Bus will make 45 stops from …

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Analysis: Twitter has a legal advantage in the dispute with Musk

WILMINGTON, Delaware, July 8 (Reuters) – Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) has a strong legal case against Elon Musk pulling out of its $44 billion deal to acquire the American social media company, but could opt for a renegotiation or settlement instead of a lengthy court battle, legal experts say. Courts in …

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#MeToo Weather Cases Censorship, Deletion & Victim Denigration

On Monday, several activists wore t-shirts emblazoned with the issue “Where is Peng Shuai?” to a match at Wimbledon to publicize the Chinese tennis star. Peng has been absent from international media following her enforced disappearance, forced respawnsand forced retirement following a sexual assault allegation against former Chinese Vice Premier …

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Obituary: Curtis John Backlin

Curtis John Backlin, 85, died June 29, 2022. He was born August 16, 1936 in Minneapolis, MN to Clarence and Helen (Dyrland) Backlin. Curt’s family moved to Bozeman when he was about ten years old. He attended Irving Elementary and then Gallatin High School, where he graduated in 1955. On …

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This stunning photo book is the result of an extraordinary visual mind

July 8, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. EDT Excerpt from “Cue the Sun”, published by Stanley Barker. The photos in the book were taken from the windows of moving buses during a trip to India. (Trent Parke/Magnum Photos) Comment this story Comment Photographer Trent Parke’s book “Cue the Sun” (Stanley Barker, …

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Western Balkans face ‘no imminent threat’

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — A senior NATO official said Thursday that Western Balkan countries do not face an “imminent threat” from war in Ukraine and are of strategic interest to the Western alliance. NATO Assistant Secretary General Mircea Geoana traveled to Kosovo’s capital, Pristina, to meet local officials and visit …

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Sales in London show signs of buyer fatigue

European modern and contemporary art night auctions fetched £311m (£370m including fees) at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips between June 28-30, but showed signs of market fatigue. market. Speculation about young artists continued but was cooler than in New York in May, while sellers who had arranged guarantees for top-notch works …

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Free-Speech Groups and the Book World Fight Back in Virginia Obscenity Case

Book publishers, booksellers, authors and free speech groups are pushing back on a Virginia law that allowed obscenity claims to proceed in court against two books that have come under fire from conservatives who say they are inappropriate for young readers. The ACLU of Virginia, the Foundation for Individual Rights …

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Czech Presidency to face EU enlargement music – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, thanks to on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today’s edition of Capitals, please take a look at the article/interview written/directed by [journalist name]. European news you deserve to read. …

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Dior’s 30 Montaigne in Paris has been transformed with a museum, gardens and a hotel suite

Lined with majestic chestnut trees, imposing mansions and generous sidewalks, Avenue Montaigne in the heart of Paris’ 8th arrondissement bears an air of quiet, elegantly carried grandeur. The casual stroller will notice the iconic red awnings of the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, the hip scene outside L’Avenue restaurant, and affluent shoppers …

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People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Around NH

Enfield-based Visions for Creative Housing Solutions, an Upper Valley nonprofit providing affordable housing for adults with developmental disabilities and other disabling conditions, recently received $400,000 in tax credits from the from the NH Community Development Finance Authority to help fund its fundraising campaign to create permanent supportive housing. for 12 …

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Book club: a refuge feels even less like home with its uncertain future

Placeholder while loading article actions June Yang thinks her recent streak of bad luck may never end. The father of the 11-year-old has died following a bicycle accident. For the next six months, her mother barely said a word. Then, after being off work for three weeks, her mother is …

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Amazon Family Fun Zone returns to Let Freedom Sing! 4th of July music city

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Although the fireworks display didn’t officially begin until Monday, the excitement kicked off at Walk of Fame Park. Families can enjoy bouncy houses, live shows, and arts and crafts, and best of all: it’s all free. “I mean, we’ve been planning everything for six months, but …

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Benitez promises government transparency | The Manila Times

Bacolod City Mayor-elect Alfredo “Albee” Benitez wants immediate reforms in his first 100 days in office. PHOTO BY EUGENE ADIONG CITY OF BACOLOD: Mayor Alfredo “Albee” Benitez has promised to restore people’s trust in his new Center of Government (NGC) which focuses on transparency and fighting corruption in government services. …

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1893 Property Tax Ledger Book Takes a Detour Home | Way of life

GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — Forgotten chapters of Greene County history gather dust in attics and basements. The T. Elmer Cox Genealogical and Historical Library looks forward to recovering and preserving records and other documents so that the information is available for future generations. Christopher Gose, deputy director of the Greeneville/Greene County …

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Novak Djokovic on Boris Becker: ‘My heart is broken’

Under the direction of Boris Becker, Novak Djokovic had one of the most successful periods of his glorious career, dominating the ATP Tour and all his opponents. The former German tennis champion, was found guilty of fraudulent bankruptcy and accused of hiding Wimbledon and Australian Open trophies, as well as …

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Hotel Lasalle announces its grand opening

Located in an iconic historic building, this upscale hotel offers unparalleled luxury in the city’s financial district. Just in time for summer travel, Hotel LaSalle has opened its doors in the heart of Chicago’s financial district. Developed by a subsidiary of The Prime Group, Inc, this lavish hotel offers business …

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Boy Scouts of America chapters sell land amid crisis

Photo: Frederic Lewis/Getty Images The Deer Lake Scout Reservation in Killingworth, Connecticut was originally acquired by a local chapter of the Boy Scouts of America as a parcel of farmland in the 1960s. Little has changed in the decades since: The 253-acre camp is a stretch of dramatic rock formations …

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Why Rio Tinto Group (RIO) is an undervalued opportunity

Rio Tinto Group (NYSE: RIO) is in the business of extracting and processing raw materials across the globe, but iron ore is perhaps the most important material it delivers. RIO has the largest portfolio of iron ore assets with 16 mines. The demand for this raw material is expected to …

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sudden cancellations can present opportunities

STURGEON BAY, WI (WFRV) – You might be lucky enough to find last-minute accommodations this holiday weekend in Door County. Provided someone cancels. Destination Door County warns people not to drive here and expect to find something there. But, they see sudden vacancies popping up, and usually Destination Door County …

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