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Covington Art Fair returns after a gap y...

After a year of canceled sales opportunities for artists, Covington Art Fair is among the shows that returned in 2021. This is somewhat of a relief for the many artists whose livelihoods are tied to art exhibitions. “When the pandemic struck, it killed us,” said local clay artist Joseph Pelka. “I do about fifteen art […]

Our weekend picks: Brazilian cuisine, ne...

It’s time for Friday 5th! Every Friday, our team will recommend five must-do local activities, from a new beauty treatment, a delicious meal, a kicka $$ workout, and more. Read on for this weekend’s suggestions – all based in the Hoboken and Jersey City area, curated by our team of locals. We have Brazilian food, […]

The 13 types of whiskey you should know

For better or for worse, there is more whiskey on the shelves today than there has been in the history of spirits. More competition between producers makes better products, no doubt, and the quality of the whiskey on the shelves is in all likelihood also at an all time high, but the wealth of options […]

Collection of hand-carved spoons donated...

Growing up in the bush had a permanent effect on Allan Lane who has had endless woods since his childhood. Key points: Allan Lane of Deloraine began his career as a woodcarver in 1943 after starting a carpentry apprenticeship in 1941 He started making wooden spoons at his sugar bowl woodcarving business in Burnie in […]

Miken Sports, a bat and helmet manufactu...

Miken Sports is one of the largest employers in the Houston County city, currently employing 59 full-time and 10 part-time workers, said Mike Thompson, chief marketing officer for Rawlings Sporting Goods. But before the coronavirus pandemic, a Caledonia official said, Miken employed more than 120 people in the region. In addition to baseball helmets, the […]

The “Dolly Madison Bed” Connects Early A

(Photo by press staff by Geoffrey Plant)Luis Beheit premieres what will be countless cuts to a bed frame constructed from century-old black walnut from Virginia that features in mythology of Dolley Madison’s rescue of the Declaration of Independence before the Washington fire in 1814. Dughlas James and William Lloyd watch. It’s the story of an […]

Real estate: how today’s lawyers work re

Ed. Remark: This is the second in a series. Read the first part here. Since spring 2020, lawyers have gradually put in place the resources and routines that allow them to thrive at work while working from home. Today, many expect remote working to continue under any industry standard that may emerge. Our series includes […]

List of DC open houses for this weekend

With more than 270 open days planned in the district this weekend, the summer real estate crisis still seems non-existent. We have many doors open not only on Saturdays and Sundays, but also a plethora of doors open on Friday evenings. Check out our open house suggestions below and to see the full list of […]

Norfolk Youth Stop Loneliness With Frien...

Loneliness affects many older people in our community. A Norfolk-based charity is using friendships with schoolchildren to lessen its impact. Sophie Skyring reports. Ruby Jennings from Taverham is 10 years old and attends Drayton Junior School. She is a Junior Ambassador for the Friend in Deed charity, which helps build intergenerational friendships between children and […]

Home sellers come out of the woods: new ...

Sales are increasing, after dropping for months, amid crazy prices. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. Inventories of existing single-family homes, condominiums and co-ops increased for the fourth consecutive month. With sellers coming out of the woods and new listings have been increasing for months, now is the perfect time to sell a home. Sales […]

Select Council Agenda – July 26, 2021 |

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Marquetry at the center of the presentat...

A presentation on inlay will highlight the Western Piedmont Woodcrafters Club meeting on Saturday, July 24 at 9:30 a.m. at Klingspor Carpentry Shop, 856 21st Street Drive SE, Hickory. Meetings are open to the public. Charlie Brown, club president and accomplished carpenter, will cover many aspects of the marquetry, the arts and crafts of cutting […]

Haringey’s council investigates rapper W

In 2019, Haringey Council donated a business park to a local rapper, Smurfie Syco, at zero rent. Two years later, the site was decimated and the board’s decision-making was the subject of an internal investigation. “In 2017, I had an encounter with God,” says Teriy Keys. “It was surreal.” It’s Monday July 19th and Teriy […]

NAWARA | Colorado County Citizen

James Carroll Nawara, 86, of New Ulm, Texas, died on July 15, 2021 in Columbus, Texas. On April 12, 1935, he was born to Joseph C. Nawara and Minnie Leona (Maricle) Nawara in Mooreville, Texas. On November 2, 1958, he married Janie Mae Jezek. James worked as a maintenance worker for Gulf State Tubing in […]

Bitten in Halpatiokee Park, victim of Ro...

MARTIN COUNTY – A man from Palm City bitten by an alligator on Monday in Halpatiokee Regional Park is stable, being treated for non-life threatening injuries to his right torso and thigh. Robert Bassett, 74, was airlifted to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center & Heart Institute in Fort Pierce after losing control of his bike on […]

$ 200 million available for loggers affe...

The federal government is making $ 200 million available to forestry companies that have been affected by the pandemic. Republican Senator Susan Collins and Democratic Representative Jared Golden were co-authors of the Loggers Relief Act, and they lobbied for funding to be accelerated by the US Department of Agriculture. Representative Chellie Pingree and Senator Angus […]

Launch 27 is the 166km day boat that mak...

Chris Craft (CC), a company which is now part of the Winnebago Industries group, appears to be able to offer luxury day boats at about the same price as a motorhome. However, this watercraft builder dates back well beyond the days of Winnebago. It’s 1874 and Chris Smith & Sons Boat Company was born. Over […]

Low wages are the main reason many worke...

Lamar Cornett has worked in the restaurant business for over 20 years. During the pandemic, he began to think about giving up this career. Courtesy of Lamar Cornett hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of Lamar Cornett Lamar Cornett has worked in the restaurant business for over 20 years. During the pandemic, he began to think […]

Tarmac employees enjoy a day of voluntee...

Colleagues from Tarmac and Cheshire Wildlife Trust participating in the day Proposed by Emma Smith Tarmac’s Crown Farm Quarry was the site of a day of volunteering, recently enjoyed by colleagues on the Tarmac Northwest Region management team with the Cheshire Wildlife Trust. Tarmac is working in partnership with the Cheshire Wildlife Trust, managing the […]

Smart Mirror talks to 3D printers

Over time, it becomes easier and easier to make a magic mirror. You know, an internet-connected mirror that displays information like news, weather, or whatever, right above your beautiful face. In [Forsyth Creations]”This data includes 3D printer activity on the network – something that is far more relevant to everyday life than, say, the headlines […]

Discover Presque Isle Festival Invites V...

Sand sculpture. The bonfire on the beach. Pancakes. Peach. Hovering kites. Discover Presque Isle, a festival celebrating the state park, is back from its pandemic-induced hiatus. While there are some differences this year in the wake of the coronavirus, many popular activities are back and will continue throughout the weekend. “Our goal is to showcase […]

Artist Brings Sculptures Into New York C...

The paintings belong to the wall, and the sculptures belong to the pedestals, don’t they? Maybe not, according to Adam Milner, whose current exhibition Public sculptures is based on spontaneous encounters with art – not in a museum or gallery, but in the spaces we least expect: those we frequent in our daily lives. Organized […]

What you need to organize kitchen drawer...

Make your kitchen drawers cleaner Finding what you need in your kitchen drawers can be a nightmare. Messy drawers can turn a simple kitchen task into a stressful one, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right items for organizing kitchen drawers, everything you need will be easily accessible. When you only have a […]

5 things to do near Lake Conroe

Lake Conroe | Courtesy of Conroe CVB In our Must do things around Greater Houston series, we take a look at Houston’s vast array of communities, neighborhoods, and destinations to give you five fun, tasty, surprising, and alluring reasons you should give everyone a visit. Just about 50 miles from downtown Houston, the 21-mile, 20,000-acre […]

Radcliffe-based Harty’s Wooden Things ha

A BRAND IN EVIDENCE Radcliffe is about to participate in a new initiative in partnership with the Great British Exchange and John Lewis. Harty’s Wooden Things, a small company founded during the pandemic, will participate in the Great British Pop-up, an opportunity for emerging brands to showcase the best of their products to a larger […]

Huge Oregon fire spreads as wildfires bu...

BLY, Oregon (AP) – The largest wildfire in the United States set ablaze a drier forest landscape in Oregon on Sunday, one of dozens of major fires burning in the West as conditions in Extremely dangerous fires are looming in the coming days. The destructive Bootleg fire just north of the California border reached over […]

Hull Artists Open Studios Tour Begins Au...

HULL – The first of two free Hull Artists Open Studios Tours, a city-wide gallery and workspace exhibit, is scheduled for August 7-8. There will be 31 artists who will participate in 22 locations across Hull. The studios will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Begun in 1996, the tour quickly became […]

This Arizona-produced sake will transpor...

Sakurai’s appreciation for nature and the way he goes about making his sake was formed during the 10 years he spent working in the sake industry in Japan, learning the craft in breweries. Across the country. At one of those breweries in the mid-sized town of Akita, he met his wife, Heather, who was on […]

With a new patio, Millbrook’s Pastry Ped

MILLBROOK – With an enduring passion for baking and an unwavering commitment to community cooking, the chef of one of Millbrook’s greatest restaurants mixes new ideas with old ambitions to keep his labor of love on track during the pandemic. Colin Hall, co-owner and executive chef of Pastry Peddler, began offering hot pastries and coffee […]

Courts crack down on ‘Kraken’ lawyers

Things heat up in Michigan federal court around Big Lie, with attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood facing sanctions for bringing a series of electoral fraud lawsuits that had no apparent basis in law or in fact. This is an extremely important development for the rule of law and the integrity of the justice system, […]

Miesha Tate answers Holly Holm’s call fo

LAS VEGAS – Miesha Tate is back. The former UFC and Strikeforce bantamweight champion made her return to MMA competition, scoring a third round TKO victory over veteran Marion Reneau (9-8-1 MMA, 5-7-1 UFC ) during Saturday’s UFC main co-event on ESPN 26. Tate (19-7 MMA, 6-4 UFC) hadn’t competed in five years, as she […]

These 5 cool new hotels are a reason to ...

Across Marion Square, the Bennett Hotel draws an affluent crowd by offering amenities more akin to a resort than a city hall. Former home of the Charleston Library, it has a destination spa, rooftop bar and pool, concierge club, gym, French pastry shop, a striking champagne bar and two-story gourmet restaurant, Gabrielle Charleston. A cool […]

Lancashire beat Yorkshire of Roses by fo...

Lancashire Lightning in the Vitality Blast quarter-finals after a four-wicket victory over Roses rivals the Yorkshire Vikings at Emirates Old Trafford; hosts limit visitors to 127-8 as Luke Wood takes 4-20, then targets with more money after faltering with the bat Last update: 07/17/21 8:38 PM Luke Wood took four wickets as Lancashire beat Yorkshire […]

1903 Compton Heights Rectory only to sec...

The living room of the house is furnished in period decor. The room is highlighted by a wallpaper border and a recessed ceiling. The furnishings in the master bedroom are from a specific period in the early 1900’s when the house was built. The imposing facade of the Bruce House in Compton Heights features elaborate […]

James Nehring’s 500 Mile Journey – Lowel

AYER – On the morning of Friday, June 25, Professor James Nehring of UMass Lowell drove six miles to the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in North Carolina. Barely three days before, he had spent 10 hours paddling in a gust of wind. Her fingers and wrists were swollen from struggling with the intense current. Staying even […]

Small Home Businesses Sprout in Southwes...

Just before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Livingston resident Beth O’Neill was kicked out of her rented home. The owner of his property had decided to convert the house into a vacation rental. So she moved in with roommates in Bozeman. Then the pandemic struck. After a rent increase, she couldn’t afford her place at Bozeman. […]

Crown Wood Medical Center named ‘BEST’ i

A BRACKNELL GP surgery that topped an NHS survey for the area responded after nearly 100% of patients said it was good. The Crown Wood Medical Center, on Opladen Way in the borough, scored an overall satisfaction score of 90 percent in an NHS survey of the practices. The practice, which saw 92% of patients […]

Wickford Art Festival returns to bring a...

NORTH KINGSTOWN, RI – Almost two years after the last festival, the Wickford Art Festival made its much-anticipated return last weekend as thousands descended on Wilson Park, which served as the main venue, and Wickford Village to view and buy works of art in nearly all media by 170 artists from across the region and […]

Judoka Gabriella Wood aims to take “one

Sports Jonathan ramnanansingh 33 minutes ago Gabriella Wood of Trinidad and Tobago will be the country’s first judoka to compete in the Olympics when the 2020 Games begin on July 23 in Tokyo. – University of Stirling NAME: Gabriella Wood AGE: 23 years old EVENT: JUDO (+ 78kg) OLYMPIC EXPERIENCE: Debut MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS: silver at […]

Maruhiro Office “Ouchi” / DDAA

Maruhiro Office “Ouchi” / DDAA © Kenta Hasegawa + 38 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/965010/maruhiro-office-ouchi-ddaa Area Area of ​​this architectural project Area: 408 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2021 Photographs Photographs: Kenta hasegawa Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: Workshop arch […]

GRHS student lands 3rd place at National...

GREEN RIVER – Cole Murray, a student at Green River High School, still can’t figure out he’s the third finalist in the National SkillsUSA Cabinetmaking Competition. “It was exciting,” Murray said. “I still don’t think I got the whole ‘national’ part of third place, but seeing my photo appear on the podium was pretty impressive. […]

Amateur Hour: My daughter had enough con...

My 8 year old daughter was diving again in trash cans at our neighbors. It’s a skill she learned from her teenage brother, who often ran away with planks thrown in while renovating the house next door. This “dumpster” was nothing more than a giant green bag made of a heavy-duty woven material supplied by […]

Italians equip yacht AB 100 with 5,700 h...

Simple, short and to the point, the AB 100 could very well be the fastest yacht of its size. Not to mention its Italian roots in style, design, architecture and lifestyle. But wait a second, maybe I’m a little ahead of myself. To understand the ship, it should help to know a bit about the […]

Vintage artifacts from Michigan demoliti...

Hundreds of items rescued from demolitions across Michigan are on sale in the REO town of Lansing. The treasures are part of the lifelong work of John Sears, who ran an environmental demolition and remediation company until his death in February following a motorcycle accident in Mexico. He was 41 years old. Sears leaves behind […]

Drought and heatwave experts available t...

Scientists study the dangers and impacts of drought and heat waves Teller Lake is experiencing extreme drought. Photo credit Carlye Calvin, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. As parts of North America experience record heat waves and face extended periods of drought, scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) are working to better understand […]

Joe Jackson’s bat that sold for hundreds

Before determining if the Black Betsy replica was the real deal and had any value, Corey shared some interesting facts about Jackson, including the origin of his nickname “Shoeless Joe”. It turns out that Jackson only lost his shoes in one game of his career, because the tips of his crampons penetrated the sole of […]

Global Styrene Market Report 2021: Impac...

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Global Styrene Market Report 2021: Impact of COVID-19 and Recovery until 2030” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global styrene market is expected to grow from $ 31.31 billion in 2020 to $ 34.22 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3%. Styrene Global Market Report […]

San Angelo artisans showcase their talen...

San Angelo, Texas – The weekend in San Angelo was filled with opportunities to shop with local small businesses, primarily those that are artisans. The Greater San Angelo Craft Guilds Christmas Craft Fair in July or the July Christmas Shopping Show were shows that took place across town. “Anything can be turned into something unique,” […]

Call for applications: Maine Wood Bienni...

ROCKPORT – The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport announces a statewide call for nominations for the 8th Jury Maine Wood Biennial. The exhibit, which will be held in the Messler Center Gallery from January 21 to April 6, 2022, will once again showcase the breadth, creativity and excellence of woodworking craftsmanship in the state […]

News of July 7, 1892

IONIA’S DAILY SENTINEL, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892 LOCAL LACONIC: A tarantula was found in a bunch of bananas at Aniba’s this morning by Geo. Batson. (Editor’s Note: – The 1891 IONIA CITY DIRECTORY lists Aniba, Arthur, owner of the City Restaurant and Hotel at 334 W. Main, with the same residence.) FOR SALE – BLACK […]

Group works to restore sweetgrass basket...

MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (WCBD) – A group from Lowcountry is working on the refurbishment of sweetgrass basket stalls along Highway 17 in Mount Pleasant. More than 30 volunteers spent several hours on Saturday cleaning the sweetgrass basket stalls in hopes of attracting both visitors and basket makers. “Sweetgrass is not found anywhere else in the […]

James T. Cavellier father | Obituary

James T. Cavellier Sr., 88 years old from Dexter and formerly from Black River, died on July 9, 2021 at Samaritan Medical Center surrounded by his family. He was born March 3, 1933 in Oswego, NY, the son of the late John L. and Della (Plata) Cavellier. He graduated from Oswego High School in 1951 […]

Make It Extreme’s mini chainsaw can cut

If you enjoy woodworking crafts or woodworking and rely heavily on chainsaws for sawing or cutting, then this mini chainsaw from Make It Extreme is for you. It’s portable enough to carry in your tool bag and won’t break your back. This chainsaw is ideal for pruning or cutting wood that is not relatively wide. […]

According to the latest report on the co...

Global United States Charcoal Market Business Outlook, In-Depth Analysis and Regional Forecast 2021-2027A comprehensive analysis of primary and secondary analysis techniques was reviewed in order to effectively study the desired data. Various attributes are taken into account when reviewing this report, such as production, revenue, and capacity. The notable feature of this report is that […]

Former merchant marine Donald Royce Elde...

Friday 09 July 2021 JJ Duffy Funeral Home Enlarge + Elderkin, Donald R., 69, of Cumberland, died on July 6, 2021 at Miriam Hospital in Providence. He was the beloved husband of Kelley A. (Davis) Elderkin and they had been married for 27 years. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Donald […]

Northern Italian restaurant Serena Pasti...

Inside Serena Pastificio A 230-seat Italian restaurant, Serena Pastificio, will soon be added to the dining options at the newly renovated Colony Square in Midtown, with the restaurant’s prepared pasta in the foreground. Led by Executive Chef Christian Darcoli, who has honed her craft in California, London and San Juan, Serena Pastificio will focus on […]

St. John’s Abbey raises funds for new wo

COLLEGEVILLE – The monks of the Abbey of Saint-Jean have a history of making their own furniture that dates back to 1867. In fact, every monk who passes by the monastery must begin at the abbey’s carpentry workshop. Dad Lew grobe is the head of the establishment. He says they mainly make furniture for the […]

Oak Grove Post 379 claims victory on pie...

The little ball, persistence, and when-needed clutch play proved to be a boost for Oak Grove Post 379 on Thursday. Oak Grove improved to 2-0 in the 32nd Annual American Legion Wood Bat Invitational by overcoming early adversity and rallying for a 6-5 win over Jackson (Mo.) Post 158 During his second group game at […]

Terra Amico Farms in San Martin Prepares...

When the Raineri bought a five-acre property in San Martin four years ago, Joe wanted a chance to “get started” in farming, while his wife Lisa, a longtime cook who is a master of tomato sauces, wanted fresh, locally grown ingredients to use in his dishes. The 70 year old house on the property was […]

Out and about | 360

m Village books and the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center will present free Zoom poetry workshops for young people at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 9. villagebooks.com. m Friends of the forest will host an intermediate hike while teaching about mosses in Anacortes Community Forest Land from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday July 9, from […]

New York man turns tragic loss into hono...

New York man turns tragic loss into honored tribute Photojournalist Bill Rohrer explains how a New York man turned grief into a substantial gift for others. PHILADELPHIA CREAM – Everyone experiences the loss of a loved one differently. A man from upstate New York used the loss of his mother to fuel a creation that […]

Coast Guard plans to close Holland stati...

PARK TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) – The U.S. Coast Guard station at Holland State Park may be closed by next summer as the agency works to consolidate operations nationwide. The USCG did the announcement in June via the Federal Register. There are two stations in the Great Lakes region that are at risk of being closed: […]

Is Jeff Devlin married? Who is Jeff Dev...

Jeff Devlin is an experienced entrepreneur, architect and television host with several home improvement shows to his credit. With extensive experience in the construction industry, Jeff rose to fame through appearances on “Spice Up My Kitchen”, “Ellen’s Design Challenge” and the DIY network show “I Hate My Bath”. With experience in managing every part of […]

Pandemic causes supply chain disruption ...

With the lifting of the mask warrants, people’s lower faces reappeared. Toilet paper is usually in stock at grocery stores on the north coast, and the number of local cases of the coronavirus has dropped dramatically. But the pandemic is still exerting its influence in other ways. City Lumber has experienced numerous shortages over the […]

ARK Invest by Cathie Wood sells 7/6 – 24

ARK Invest funds closed for the most part on Tuesday after the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones industrial average fell. ARKW had the best result in the group, with the exchange traded fund relatively stable, while ARKG did the worst, down around 1.5%. Last year’s gains are slowly diminishing, but Cathie Wood may have […]

Furniture like Revolution. | Southern ...

This is Part 3 of Built to Last: A Reflection on Eco-Friendly Woodworking. Small-scale DIY solar panels are neat. Being vigilant about the risk of chemical exposure is a valuable habit to develop. Selecting locally sourced materials and wood from responsible sources can ease your environmental burden while boosting creativity. But these are not particularly […]

Audio company, Sonus Faber – COOL HUNTIN

How is beautiful sound created? What are the differences, limits and blurred spaces between visual beauty and auditory beauty? Since 1983, the Italian company Sonus Faber has been answering these questions with its spectacular high-end audio products. Founder Franco Serblin was a dental technician with a passion for high quality audio. In his spare time, […]

Local Parks Offer July Programs | News,...

HUNTINGDON – Greenwood Furnace and Whipple Dam State Parks have programs scheduled for three weekends this month. Hosts Greenwood Furnace “Evolution of a fossil – Arthrophycus Alleghaniensis: the history of the attached algae” at 8 p.m. on July 10 at the campsite amphitheater. Arthrophycus alleghaniensis from the Tuscarora Sandstone Formation is one of the most […]

Top 10 Best Wooden Beach Chairs 2021 – B

Top 10 Best Wooden Beach Chairs 2021 1. Original RIO beach steel outdoor folding back chair, navy blue Simply adjust to four completely different recline positions Constructed with powder coated, rustproof metal and stable hardwood armrests Simple folding design for retailers Top of the seat: 11 inches from the bottom Dimensions Open: 29.5 x 22 […]

Local businesses and artisans featured i...

The Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan, Ont., Will launch a two-week online auction fundraiser that will feature many local artisans and businesses starting Wednesday, July 7. The auction is an initiative to promote local shopping and support the museum through a single event. . The Pioneer Museum has not been able to hold its normal […]

Mountain State Art and Craft Fair makes ...

After a one-year hiatus, the Mountain State Art & Craft Fair had a successful return over the weekend of July 4th at Cedar Lakes near Ripley. (Photo by Tyler Bennett) The Mountain State & Craft Fair hosted a quilting exhibit and raffle during this year’s edition. (Photo by Tyler Bennett) At the Mountain State & […]

Sustainability – AIIC

BANGKOK: Southeast Asian countries will need to harness new technologies to capture and store carbon emitted by fossil fuel industries if they are to meet their future climate change targets, experts say. A report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) in June said the region should quickly accelerate its collective investment in carbon capture […]

The 7 best wooden puzzles for adults

When puzzles were first invented, they were made of wood and carpenters used jigsaws to cut the parts (which explains how they got their name). Maybe that’s why you feel so good when putting together a wooden puzzle – there is something more satisfying about the original format. Nowadays, the best wooden puzzles for adults […]

Tri-Town News Agenda, July 7

• Dove Palliative Care Services from New Jersey is seeking compassionate volunteers to providesupport for local hospice patients and their families. Palliative care volunteers visit patients in their homes, which may also be nursing homes or assisted living facilities, at least once a week. Tours can be virtual and take place during the day or […]

SWFL continues to prepare for Elsa

BONITA SPRINGS Tropical Storm Elsa can impact Southwest Florida, so it’s time to add all of these essentials to your hurricane kit. People have been stocking up on supplies and gas, especially with some stores closing on July 4th. For now, water remains a hot commodity. Fortunately, batteries, flashlights, and firewood abound in a Home […]

Get to know Emma Raducanu, the British t...

British teenage phenomenon Emma Raducanu made history on Saturday, becoming the youngest British woman to advance to the round of 16 at Wimbledon in the open era. Making her debut on the No.1 court, the 18-year-old beat Sorana Cirstea 6-3, 7-5 to secure a spot in the fourth round and will face Ajla Tomljanovic on […]

Arty Camp Offers New Options for Student...

FULTON – With ongoing camp classes since 2012, Arty Camp is gearing up for another summer of art, theater and music with new writing and cooking classes on tap. Arty Camp runs from July 26 through August. 20 at the Arts Center located at 121 Cayuga Street in downtown Fulton. “We have new classes playing […]

From his ashes | Connecticut and region

ASHFORD – Tricia Campero, whose two sons spent many hours making wooden toys, fishing, climbing rock faces and sliding along ziplines at Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, recalled when she and her family learned of the huge February 12th. fire which destroyed several buildings of the bucolic and wooded site. She said her husband […]

Seniors Center announces weekly events |...

Aging Services Inc.’s social center is available for lunch and other activities. Reservations are required to attend the center and lunch. Wearing a mask is compulsory unless proof of the vaccine can be demonstrated. The full-time center serves take-out daily. Those interested should call the center before noon the day before for lunch the next […]

Fireworks and shortage this weekend of J...

AUGUSTA, Ga (WRDW / WAGT) – People are ready to light up the skies this weekend with fireworks. Last year, fireworks sales exploded, with more and more people putting on their own neighborhood shows. And this year, your favorite events are back. The weekend of July 4 starts off with a bang. Augusta, Aiken, and […]

Photos show Capitol violation figure on ...

Andrew Kaczynski, M Stick, Drew Myers | CNN A conservative YouTuber who participated in the January 6 riots accompanied Republicans on a trip to the border Tuesday night, sometimes acting as an interpreter. Anthony Agero, a close ally of Marjorie Taylor Greene, can be seen in videos and photos with Republicans who traveled the border […]

The consumer privacy debate may influenc...

It’s been a big week for the Federal Trade Commission. A court on Monday dismissed the agency’s antitrust complaint against Facebook and told it to come back with a stronger argument. Lina Khan chaired her first meeting as the new FTC chief on Thursday and began making changes from the start, expanding the agency’s antitrust […]

Review: Aldi Swedish Eco Torch

Aldi buyers go wild for a special wood stove. The budget retailer has launched a huge line of barbecue, camping and backyard products among its special purchases and there is one item in particular that buyers can’t get enough of. Gardenline’s Swedish eco-friendly torch is already sold out and customers are already wondering when it […]

Jimmie Horace “Doc” Horne Sr. inducted i

When Calvin Patterson returned from college in West Palm Beach in the mid-1960s, he went to Gaines Park, where his high school carpentry teacher was teaching tennis and a former classmate from Patterson was helping him. “At first I only saw a few people there,” Patterson recalls. “Then there was more. And then I would […]

Beach and boating forecast: July 1, 2021

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) – After nearly a straight week of rain and cloud, the sun and heat will appear just in time for the holiday weekend. Thursday afternoon there were dangerous conditions over Lake Michigan. A small craft advisory and a beach hazard statement are in effect at the lake. If you’re hoping to get […]

Oregon officially reopens after 15 month...

A-Boy manager Lisa Brown said they’ve removed the plexiglass from the crates and done away with the one-way system, but plenty of protections remain. Kristian Foden-Vencil Oregon officially reopened for business and pleasure on Wednesday, after more than 15 months with strict rules to limit the spread of COVID-19. Oregon OSHA officials have removed facial […]

“Shadow and Gravity in Wood Carving” by

Gregory Barry is an Ashburnham-based artist whose work lies at the crossroads of drawing, sculpture and installation. Barry’s sculpture is a three-dimensional experience, based on his belief in the simple and fundamental transactions between people and objects. This means that his sculptures are not only abstractions or decorations but should be understood as a commentary […]

Woodworking art topic of the Friday conf...

PORT TOWNSEND – The fine arts side of woodworking is the subject of the Jefferson County Historical Society’s presentation this Friday, featuring artist and educator Kimberly Winkle and the Port Townsend School of Woodworking. In this program – which is part of the monthly First Friday Lecture Series – Winkle will tell her story and […]

After five years in prison for murder he...

Express news service KOCHI: A terrible miscarriage of justice inflicted on a migrant worker – who has languished in prison for more than five years for a crime he never committed – has been exposed. The Kerala High Court ruled that Sanjay Oraon of West Bengal was a “victim” of an unfair investigation into a […]