new book by Coloradan a tribute to the rural police | The gallery

Until recently, the last time John DiGirolamo spoke to a cop was about a decade ago, when he got a speeding ticket on Colorado’s Interstate 25. “Obviously, when your child goes into this type of field, it becomes more interesting,” says DiGirolamo. Her child, Megan, started as an officer in …

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Slavica Nikolic, Ronnette Riley Architect: NYREJ

Name: Slavica Nikolic, AIA LEED AP BD + C Title: partner, principal project architect Company name: Ronnette Riley Architecte Real estate associations or organizations of which you are currently a member: AIA What brought you to your current profession? I entered the architectural field at the age of 19 (college) …

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Indian yoga capital Rishikesh hit hard by Covid-19 closures

NEW DELHI – As yoga has grown in popularity in recent years, foreign visitors have flocked to the northern Indian city of Rishikesh, which bills itself as the yoga capital of the world. But the pandemic has hit the city of 100,000 on the banks of the Ganges, with international …

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Tenants help raise money for the porter

NEW YORK – Kwame Kissi, 53, considers himself a lucky man. Since arriving in the United States from Ghana in 2003, the husband and father of two has worked as a doorman in several apartment buildings in New York City. Four years ago, the management company Kissi still works for …

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Belgrade officials seek legal help on lingering licensing issues related to boat trade

BELGRADE – Shawn Grant’s controversial boat business may be up and running after multiple zoning skirmishes with the city, but Belgrade officials have decided to seek legal advice on his latest license. The Belgrade Council of Selected Persons on Monday unanimously granted permission to the Town Planning Council to seek …

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Bethesda Magazine July / August 2021 Book Report

For many Americans, George Washington is a distant figure on the dollar bill, says David stewart. But when the author of The Potomac was researching a book on the first president, he discovered the human side of Washington. “I was struck by how his contemporaries liked him. He had a …

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PMS Hotel Market Size and Forecast to 2027

the Hotel PMS Market Intelligence study is a collection of authentic information and in-depth analysis of data, taking into account market trends, growth prospects, emerging sectors, challenges and drivers that can help investors and stakeholders. to identify the most beneficial approaches for the contemporary. and the potential market landscape. It …

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New wildfires burn 4,300 acres in Warm Springs Preserve, 1,000 acres in Klamath County, rapid evacuations

(Update: fires spread much more, update on evacuations) BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – A one-day, wind-fanned wildfire on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, southeast of Mount Hood, exploded to about 4,300 acres on Saturday night, while that a new fire in Klamath County quickly reached 1,000 acres north of Bonanza, with …

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Yahoo Finance presents: Ice Cube – BIG3

BIG3 co-founder and music and film legend Ice Cube spoke with Brian Sozzi to discuss BIG3, his 3v3 basketball league that resumes its season in July, as well as his thoughts on social justice. and diversity on the occasion of the first anniversary. of his contract with black America is …

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Plantation Theory is a new book that examines the black professional’s struggle between freedom and security

Plantation Theory sheds light on the realities faced by black professionals in American businesses and … [+] explores the role and responsibility of those with power and privilege. getty For many black professionals, there is a common struggle that is going on. Often, the rise in American companies requires adaptations, …

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