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Obituary of Robert Lupia (2021) – Kenosh

Robert lupia 1939 – 2021 Robert Lupia, at the age of 82, passed away on Sunday August 22, 2021 at Hospice House in Pleasant Prairie. Born June 3, 1939 in Kenosha, he was the son of John and Marie (Moenssen) Lupia. Robert grew up in local schools and graduated from Bradford High School in 1957. […]

Jeffrey Edward Stevenson | Obituary

Brookside Funeral and Crematorium Jeffrey Edward Stevenson, 60 years old from Selah, WA passed away on August 23, 2021. He was born to Dick and Joidene (Southards) Stevenson on July 23, 1961, in Yakima, WA. For a long time, Jeff was a 3rd generation baker, learning his skills from his late grandmother Anna and late […]

Sharma has another solid finish in sight...

Indian Shubhankar Sharma stayed on track to place in the top 10 as he scored a 67-under-three in the third round to tie for 9th at the Omega European Masters golf tournament here. Sharma landed a second eagle in the event, when he put 35 feet over the ninth Par-5. He also managed three more […]

North Idaho College Board of Trustees to...

The North Idaho College board will meet this afternoon to take action on the president’s contract, the college said on Wednesday. For months, the relationship between the board and Rick MacLennan, president of the community college in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, deteriorated. After the failed recall in February of Todd Banducci, chairman of the board, the […]

MICROJIG’s ZEROPLAY Miter Bar Double Pac

Amazon offers the MICROJIG ZEROPLAY Dual Miter Bar Pack for $ 25.10 shipped. Down from $ 30 to $ 35, today’s deal sits $ 1 off Amazon’s all-time low in early 2020 and is the best we’ve followed since then. If you are a carpenter and have tried making your own jigs or sleds in […]

Guide to Theodore Roosevelt National Par...

Where buffalos roam and badlands deserve their name. The section of the Interstate from Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the heart of North Dakota Heartland is fantastic if you love grain elevators and cattle. Otherwise, no one will mistake a walk on I-94 for one of America’s most scenic drives. Then, out of the blue, it happens: […]

10 Best-Selling Furniture You Won’t Beli

– The recommendations are chosen independently by the editors of Reviewed. The purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. There’s never a bad time to modernize your space, and it doesn’t have to be a major renovation. Just one piece of furniture, no matter how small, can turn a room into […]

Chef Gabriel Pascuzzi’s cereal and veget

Fans of Chef Gabriel Pascuzzi’s pop-up Cereal Bowl restaurant have something to feel good about—Feel good is now a brick and mortar restaurant selling crisp, colorful cereal and veg bowls on SE Belmont Street. The take-out restaurant is Pascuzzi’s third, after Stacked Sandwich Shop and the wood-fired chicken restaurant Mama Bird. The Oregonian reported last […]

The company creates a “dugout mug” made

Jay Crawford digs into “Dugout Mugs,” which offers fans new ways to enjoy their favorite games. Tampa, Florida – A few weeks ago I had a wedding in Bay Village and saw them drinking these really cool mugs. There was also a glass of chilled champagne, but it did not contain any glass. Just a […]

Fun in Fort Bend: CraftWorx in Richmond ...

If you’re looking for something to do on a night out that is a little different from your typical night on the town at a bar or restaurant, CraftWorx owner Alexis Geissler may have a solution for you that unleashes your creative side. The DIY Craft Studio at 11135 Harlem Road Ste. 220 in the […]

Hampden calls on voters to approve $ 4.5...

Hampden city councilors voted 4 to 3 to borrow $ 4.5 million to build a community fiber optic network that would reach every home and business in the Bangor dormitory community. Residents will decide in the November election whether or not to approve the loan, but even if it passes, construction will not begin until […]

5 new openings to discover, including Ro...

Author Olivia Moses – 23 Aug 202123 Aug 2021 Reading time 3 minutes We are excited about the opening of Rock N Roll Sushi in Southside. Photo via Rock and Roll Sushi’s Facebook From your new neighborhood pool hall to your next pizza destination, great things are brewing, Birmingham. Ready to see what this new […]

SenERGY: Hey, Over Sixty Artist: Where a...

The art world is a big triangle with artists like Jenny Saville at the top, and aficionados like me who have home studios and occasionally exhibit somewhere down there. Full-time or part-time, it’s worth knowing where you are on the Triangle. Sarah Thornton’s “Seven Days in the Art World” not only examines the highways, Thornton […]

The Harrington family made Dutch history

In his book “Holland, Michigan”, Robert Swierenga writes “the first [white] The Americans who lived among the Dutch were the families of George Smith, Isaac Fairbanks, George Harrington, Henry Woodruff, Anton Schorno and Gilbert Cranmer. George Smith and his wife, Arvilla, were missionaries to the Odawa at the Old Wing Mission. In 1844, George hired […]

Biodiversity park to be set up in Bathin...

In an effort to revive the endangered native tree species of southern Punjab, the state forestry department has decided to convert a 3 km stretch along the Sirhind Canal on the outskirts of the town of Bathinda in a biodiversity park. Work on the “green lungs project,” as it is known, began after the state […]

Woodworking secrets lost behind Stradiva...

“The alum stiffened the wood by forming chemical bonds between the fibers of the wood. We call this chemical crosslinking. “In a nutshell, they created stiffer wood with thicker bundles of cellulose fibers. Stradivari did it with salt and potash and Guarneri did it with alum and lime. Chemical alterations in wood fibers made it […]

Gravers Lane gallery launches its portfo...

Portfolio by Gravers Lane Gallery is a bi-monthly resource designed exclusively for the community of art consultants, interior design and architects. We specialize in contemporary 2 and 3 dimensional works, with a strong emphasis on materials and artisanal studio practices. Our associates are trained studio artists, experienced in managing site-specific private and public orders, managing […]

Clark County businesses hampered by disr...

Wait times to receive the products are unpredictable, she said. A supplier dropped six product lines, forcing the company to modify the devices it was installing in new homes. Lumber prices peaked in June at Cole’s supplier, which cost $ 45,001 for a bundle of lumber for a 1,595 square foot home. At the start […]

The walk: Moncreiffe hill – A wonderful

Distance: 4 miles / 6.5 km Duration: 2-2½ hours Since the Woodland Trust acquired Moncreiffe Hill almost 20 years ago, they have continued to develop the trails around the hill and these now provide an excellent network, with trails ranging from 3km to 8 km. The route described here blends together to give you a […]

Obituary of Wesley Anderson (1940 – 2021

Wesley Alan Anderson, born on 10/15/40 in Fortuna, California, passed away on 07/23/21. Wes passed away peacefully at home on the ranch he loved dearly. A graduate of Fortuna High School, Wes received a Bachelor of Science in Breeding from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. While at Cal Poly, he met and later married […]

Plowing the land of the Delta

We are on a very rutted dirt road near Rondo in the Arkansas Delta. “I bet you’ve been on all the roads in Arkansas,” the driver told me. “I have to admit, I’ve never been on this one,” I reply. We’re looking for the Williams family farm, and soon Harvey Williams beckons us on a […]

Couple buys abandoned house in Japan for...

Jaya Thursfield and his wife, Chihiro, bought a traditional abandoned Japanese farmhouse in 2019 and have spent the past two years making it their dream family home. Jaya Thursfield, his wife Chihiro, their sons Anton and Marco, and one of their cats, Kotora, walked past the house this week. Jaya Thursfield The couple, who both […]

Oktoberfest, Broadway, draft books and i...

It’s hot out there, but we’ve got some cool choices for anyone looking to make the weekend count before the end of August and back to school. There is still plenty of fun in the summer and the weekend forecast, while warm, looks mostly dry for Bucks County. Saturday could peak at 87 degrees with […]

Upper Makefield’s Dwight Ely to lead US

According to Dwight Ely, Upper Makefield “has grown a lot of houses” in recent years. But it still has some of the best farmland in the country. “The area is incredible. Where there are still farms, it is very fertile,” he said. He knows from experience. His family has operated a farm in Bucks County […]

Leonardo da Vinci’s inventions come to l

The artist was also a prolific inventor whose ideas were recreated for the exhibition, on display until January 2022. # k5evening SEATTLE – A new exhibition at MOHAI brings some of Leonardo da Vinci’s inventive ideas to life. Da Vinci – Inventions focuses on the artist’s codices – small booklets with sketches and descriptions (often […]

The best charcuterie boards of 2021, acc...

It’s time to pull out a wooden board and a spread of creamy brie and gourmet gouda. But, if taking inspiration from Sandy coughlin, it won’t just be a basic cheese and cracker deli. Blogger “The Big Board” at Reluctant host is plastered all over the internet with her larger-than-life and beautifully arranged creations. While […]

Down East sweeps the double agenda with ...

Wood Ducks combine for eight points in final inning of two games Salisbury, MD – The Down East Wood Ducks combined eight runs in the seventh inning of both games to sweep the doubles program against the Delmarva Shorebirds on Sunday afternoon. The Woodies won Game 1 by a score of 9-5 and Game 2 […]

Episode “Machines” broadcast on the HIST

NEW BRITAIN, Connecticut, Aug. 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) today announced that the company’s signature DEWALT tools will feature in an upcoming “Modern Marvels: Machines” episode on The HISTORY Canal. The episode, which is part of the show’s season featuring modern machinery, airs Sunday, August 15 at 10-9 […]

Interiors: Tips to optimize your craft r...

Many people started cottage industries during the pandemic, either because of job loss or simply because they just took the time to explore their creative side and start a small business. As a result, many people work from home to create all kinds of wonderful handcrafted gifts from cushions, door wreaths, art, pottery, keepsakes, flower […]

Women of artists of color: we were selec...

When Nora Noranjo Morse of the Santa Clara Pueblo was a little girl, she saw her mother, a potter, rely on the white man who sold his pottery at a local curiosity store. It is a memory that still haunts the artist based in Española today. Noranjo Morse said his mother “was a big presence” […]

East Lansing Art Festival returns this w...

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – This is one of the biggest events on the calendar every summer in mid-Michigan. Downtown East Lansing is gearing up for the annual art festival. The streets were packed at night, but earlier in the day, as vendors just started to arrive, News 10 was able to chat with them […]

Wood Storks seizing Silver Bluff Audubon...

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW / WAGT) – It’s a special time of year in the river region. The Wood Storks showed up for their annual visit to the Silver Bluff Audubon Center and Sanctuary along with many other birds that inhabit this place. The sanctuary is home to 3,400 acres of protected habitat along the Savannah […]

Grammy winner Charles Neville to be cele...

SPRINGFIELD – In just one week, downtown will be filled with the sounds of jazz, gospel, salsa, samba and soul as the Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival returns after a year of absence due to the pandemic. The festival, scheduled for Saturday, August 14, from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m., has been moved from traditional […]

New owners take over the timber trade in...

A cornerstone in a Carbon County community reopened on Friday with a new name and management. LANSFORD, Pa .– It was the grand opening of Construction Clearance in Lansford on Friday. Julia Atiyah and her father own the business. “At first I was nervous. I was like, I don’t know who’s going to show up, […]

US Construction Laser Market Forecast to...

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The “Construction Laser Market Research Report By Range (101ft to 200ft, 1ft to 100ft, and 201ft & Over), By Type (Combination Lasers, Coating Laser & Plumb Laser / point), by state (California, Florida, and Illinois) – United States Forecast to 2026 – “Cumulative impact of COVID-19” report has been added […]

Richard P. Smith, 87, Southborough alumn...

New Bern, North Carolina – Richard Paul Smith, 87, of New Bern, North Carolina, passed away on July 25, 2021. He was the son of Mildred Elsie (Thomas) and James Arthur Smith, he was one of 12 children and the youngest son. Dick is survived by one brother, Alfred E. Smith of Navato, California; one […]

YP, Chamber names the winners of the Eme...

The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville honored 56 young professionals Thursday night at their 14th annual Nashville Emerging Leaders Awards held at the Collins Alumni Auditorium at Lipscomb University. “As the Nashville region thrives, it is critical that our community retains, attracts and inspires action from more future leaders to be part […]

New club teaches children in disadvantag...

MIDDLEVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) – A new club based in Middleville is working to teach children in inner cities to sail. The aim is to make sport more accessible. The Jolly Madison Sailing Club is in its first year. The founders say they realized that not all children have access to the lakeside, but by forming […]

Charlie Watts “Likely Not Available” for

The Rolling Stones have announced that drummer Charlie Watts is “unlikely to be available” for the resumption of the band’s fall tour of the United States. “Charlie underwent a procedure which was a complete success,” a spokesperson for the group said in a press release, “but I guess his doctors concluded this week that he […]

Blue Box screenshots dropped on PSN, dev...

As we all anxiously await what Blue Box Game Studios Abandoned really is, it looks like more information is coming out of the woods, and more unlikely places too! The latest screenshots of Blue Box Abandoned surfaced from Hasan Kahraman’s PSN profile, which he recognized as legitimate! Here are the screenshots posted by the Twitter […]

MINT holds an open day | Local News

Want to try your hand at the tour this weekend? How about a laser cutter? Or maybe solder? “Soldering is always fun to learn, because it makes you feel like a magician can fix anything,” said Karen McCalla, executive director of MINT maker space. MINT is holding its annual “MINTAcular” open house from 1 pm […]

Nicholas Di Mona’s exhibition is on disp

“My grandfather made wine and he got grapes in wooden crates,” artist Nick Di Mona said. “These crates were my practice and my inspiration. I started carving on end pieces when I was 10, and I knew, I just knew I would be a carpenter. At 72, Nick Di Mona has been carving, cutting and […]

Former EastEnders stars Jake Wood and Ad...

Former EastEnders stars Jake Wood and Adam Woodyatt enjoyed a moment of serendipity as they met at King’s Cross station on Monday. Adam, 53, and Jake, 49, who play Ian Beale and Max Branning respectively, looked ecstatic as they posed for a cute selfie which they then both posted. Both were bearded and Jake, who […]

10 great historic restaurants that are d...

Historic sites are not limited to battlefields or stately homes. Sometimes they can be as surprising as a sushi bar. A new grant program sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and American Express honors more than two dozen historic and culturally significant small restaurants that have suffered from the pandemic. “These owners are […]

‘Morning Show’ presents chamber music fe

NEWBURYPORT – Newburyport Chamber Music Festival board members Susan Swan and John Moreland will take part in “The Morning Show” on Thursday to discuss the 20th year of the organization which offers chamber music in direct to the community. Host Mary Jacobsen will interview Swan, the clerk of the NCMF, and Moreland, its treasurer, about […]