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The Red Cross helps survivors of Ian

Our hearts go out to the tens of thousands of people affected by Hurricane Ian. The American Red Cross and its partners are working tirelessly to comfort and support those dealing with the devastation left by Hurricane Ian. A disaster that devastates critical infrastructure across a large geographic area filled …

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Wildwood mayor has stern message for attendees of unauthorized motoring event that turned deadly

WILDWOOD, NJ (CBS) — Street Racing Weekend at Jersey Shore turned deadly and the community asks for answers. The mayor of Wildwood talks about the chaos in his town this weekend. Officers identified the man under arrest as Gerald White of Pittsburgh. Investigators identify this as moments after fatal collisions …

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U-Va. officials say 3 events are not a ‘hate crime trend’ on campus

University of Virginia officials said three incidents that initially appeared to be racially motivated in the past month were unrelated and only one of the three appeared to be racially motivated. All three events included a slipknot found wrapped around a statue on campus, a student vandalizing the African American …

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Saskatoon business groups agree on proposed site for events center and arena

Both the NSBA and the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce approve the Midtown Plaza parking lot as their choice for a new event center, arena and entertainment district in Saskatoon. Both business groups align themselves with downtown Saskatoon, which also suggested downtown is the most favorable site. The Chamber says …

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Gorey Youth Needs Group focus on life at event to mark World Suicide Prevention Day

A life-focused community event was organized recently by Gorey Youth Needs Group to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. People of all ages gathered at the center to participate in meditation sessions led by Eileen McGrath and to listen to music performed by a host of local artists. As the suicide …

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Royal fans camp out ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral: NPR

Groups of people camp outside Buckingham Palace in London. Europa Press via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Europa Press via Getty Images Groups of people camp outside Buckingham Palace in London. Europa Press via Getty Images On the eve of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, in the shadow of Big Ben, …

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Tucson veterans slam U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters

A group of Tucson veterans hit back at Blake Masters’ inflammatory comments about the military this week, saying he was not a good representative for more than half a million veterans in the state. “A man like Blake Masters, who has no respect for our service – he has nothing …

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PM Modi to release cheetahs and visit self-help group event in Madhya Pradesh on his birthday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his birthday on September 17, will release cheetahs into Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. PM Modi around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, will release cheetahs in Kuno National Park and shortly after, around noon, he will participate in the Sammelan Self-Help Group (SHG) with female SHG …

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The group behind Jantar Mantar organizes a hate event in November in Delhi | Latest Delhi News

Save India Foundation (SIF), a group which had organized two protests – in Jantar Mantar (in August 2021) and Burari Hindu Mahapanchayat (in April 2022) – sparking a controversy over alleged hate speech by some speakers, announced a march to Delhi in November. The group’s self-proclaimed chairman, Preet Singh, who …

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Girls dream up engineering solutions to ‘hack’ human colonization of Mars

SAN DIEGO- Once the stuff of science fiction, a human landing on Mars is something many scientists today might see before they retire. On Saturday, local teenagers turned to the next challenge: keeping human colonists alive on the inhospitable Red Planet. On Saturday, around fifty high school and college girls …

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Fakenham and Wells bands provide update on Christmas lights events

Published: 06:48 September 7, 2022 Plans are in place to ensure the Christmas lights continue to illuminate our downtowns this festive season. Festive lights officials in Fakenham and Wells said plans were in place to light up towns in 2022, despite fears that soaring energy bills could leave towns in …

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Actual efficacy of anti-interleukin-23 antibodies in chronic plaque psoriasis patients from the Austrian Psoriasis Registry (PsoRA)

This 197-patient study is one of the largest registry studies conducted to date to examine the efficacy and safety of real-world patients receiving IL-23p19 inhibitors, as well as the impact of prior biological exposure on these parameters. The rate of off-label dosage changes was relatively low, i.e. 1.0% in this …

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Men’s golf set to start the fall

History links COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri men’s golf team is back in action this weekend to kick off their 2022-23 season at their annual Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate event held in upstate New York at from Sunday 4 September. The competitive roster includes 11 …

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White nationalist groups gather for Nazi MMA match

On August 21, members of two white supremacist groups, Rise Against Movement (RAM) and Patriot Front, met for a mixed martial arts (MMA) event in Southern California. It was, in the words of a Hyphen Report blog post, a showcase of the strength of the “fabric of nationalism in America …

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Health authorities are working with community actors to control Monkeypox in Portugal

From May 3-12, 2022, 2 sexual health clinics in Lisbon, Portugal were concerned that a small number of patients had unusual genital lesions, skin rashes and systemic symptoms including fever and swollen lymph nodes. Dr Margarida Tavares is the director of the National Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Infection Program …

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Cardinals of the Catholic Church converge in the Vatican with Pope Francis

Comment this story Comment VATICAN CITY — Cardinals of the Catholic Church have converged in Rome for a slate of official events that began on Saturday when Pope Francis elevated 20 new clergymen to their exclusive club. Then, on the agenda, two days of discussions, starting Monday, on the reforms …

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Colorado Baseball Team Cancels Family Night With Pro-Life Groups – OutKick

The Rocky Mountain Vibes, an independent league baseball team from Colorado Springs, canceled family night Friday. The cancellation was the result of pro-life groups bowing to pressure from a team sponsor who objected to their participation. The Vibes scheduled their family night several months ago, according to one of the …

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The best team in hockey will face off at the historic 2022 IIHF World Women’s Championship

Hilary Knight of the United States and Marie-Philip Poulin of Canada headline the … [+] next Women’s World Championship in Denmark (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images The best women’s hockey players work as allies as they strive to build a better foundation for their …

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How to watch NBA athletes dress to represent their nations

The FIBA ​​2023 Second Round basketball The World Cup qualifiers will soon be underway. Window 4, which will run from August 22-30, 2022, will see the remaining 60 countries in the respective regions continue to battle as they seek a place at next year’s men’s world cup co-hosted by the …

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Fan of board games ? Check out this massive gaming convention

The organizers set it up so that solo participants can find groups to play with and try new games. Lovers of dice, group activities and little colorful plastic things that you move around on a piece of cardboard, there is an event just for you. Shux 2022 is coming at …

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How to watch the BMW PGA Tour Championship on ESPN+

The BMW Championship, the penultimate event of the PGA Tour, takes place this weekend at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware. The group of 68 players will compete for 30 spots in next week’s Tour Championship, as well as a share of the $15 million purse. One of golf’s elite players …

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Prince Charles thinks young people ‘have endured extremely difficult events’

prince charles is spending most of August on holiday in Scotland, and earlier this week was spotted wearing a kilt on his way to Canisbay Church in Scotland’s most northerly parish, Caithness. ‘Scotland. On Friday, however, he took the time to honor an important event, releasing an in-depth video message …

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Taiwan blames politics for cancellation of global Pride event

Taiwan participates in global organizations like the Olympics as “Chinese Taipei”, to avoid political problems with China, which regards the self-governing democratic island as its own territory and bristles at anything that suggests it s is a separate country. The city of Kaohsiung in southern Taiwan was set to host …

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ENDEAVOR GROUP HOLDINGS, INC. : FD Settlement Disclosure, Other Events, Financial Statements and Exhibits (Form 8-K)

Section 7.01 Disclosure of FD Rules. On August 9, 2022, Endeavor Group Holdings, Inc.a Delaware corporation (the “Company” or “Endeavour”), issued a press release announcing the Transaction (as defined below), a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 99.1 and incorporated herein by reference. DBH (as defined below), a …

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Obama Weekend Festival in Detroit celebrates the former president

James Ford speaks proudly about his participation in the 16th Annual ARISE Detroit! Neighborhood Day. However, for Ford, the number 44, not 16, is the number that drives him to action, as Ford will demonstrate at his Obama Weekend Festival, which began Friday and runs through Sunday. Inspired by the …

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How America’s Biggest Ever Energy Bill Could Boost Biden’s Climate Agenda

After initially opposing it, Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia surprised government watchers by helping relaunch a spending bill full of clean energy investments.Credit: Sarah Silbiger/Bloomberg via Getty Just two weeks ago, a centerpiece of US President Joe Biden’s climate agenda seemed dead in the water, due to opposition from …

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James Gang Reunites: Joe Walsh Calls On Dave Grohl For Band’s ‘Last Performance’ For Charity | Guitare.com

Joe Walsh has unveiled the lineup for his sixth annual benefit concert, featuring a line-up of Ohio-based artists such as the recently reunited James Gang, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and Nirvana, The Black Keys and Nine Inch Nails. The show, which takes place Nov. 13 at Nationwide Arena in …

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Child abuse group to host back-to-school event, showcasing child health and safety

As summer draws to a close, parents and children can prepare to return to school with help from the Child Abuse and Neglect Council. The Huron Learning Center is hosting the CAN Council Kid’s Academy on Tuesday August 2nd. The CAN Council is a local non-profit organization “dedicated to the …

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Migos to headline 2022 Pepsi National Battle of The Bands presented by Toyota

GRAMMY®– nominated hip-hop group with Quavo and Takeoff to perform after the group’s presentation HOUSTON, July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Pepsi National Battle of the Bands Presented by Toyota (NBOTB) today announced the GRAMMY®-nominated rap group migos will headline their 2022 event with a performance after the final group …

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Brandy Springs Park Revival Committee Hosts Fundraising Event

MERCER, Pa. (WKBN) — A local group held an event Saturday to raise money for revitalization projects in Brandy Spring Park. The Brandy Springs Revival Committee is working to restore the park to its former glory, including installing a wading pool and a new playground. The group hosted the first-ever …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / SPDC, GEC and Office of Alumni Engagement take a look at Boldly Elon’s “connect” theme

SPDC, GEC and Office of Alumni Engagement take on the Boldly Elon’s Connect theme and launch an inaugural professional development program for alumni and students. Boldly Elon’s third theme – connect – focuses on Elon’s commitment to sharing stories and building lifelong partnerships with alumni through valuable networking opportunities, professional …

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Latest news on Russia and the war in Ukraine

Russia uses private military firm Wagner to bolster front lines, UK says Russia has used the private military company Wagner to bolster frontline forces and to mitigate personnel shortages and casualties, the UK Ministry of Defense said. “Wagner has almost certainly played a pivotal role in recent fights, including the …

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Documenta chief resigns over anti-Semitism scandal

After a month of crisis that has rocked the art world, Sabine Schormann, managing director of acclaimed contemporary art exhibition Documenta, resigned from her post on Saturday just 28 days after the exhibition began its 100-day run. The crisis began after an artwork containing anti-Semitic imagery was installed, covered up …

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On campaign-style trip to New Hampshire, Hogan warns GOP against Trump’s ‘cheap imitation’

Governor Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) spoke at an event hosted by the DC-based No Labels group at the Puritan Backroom in Manchester to kick off a visit to New Hampshire this week. Twitter picture. As the battle to succeed him nears a crucial moment, the current Maryland chief executive …

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6 ways to make performance reviews fairer

Numerous studies have revealed the extent to which bias is a factor in the performance appraisal process. Since evaluation criteria are so often vague and open-ended, it is dangerously easy for bias patterns to creep into the process and for managers to be guided by implicit biases. Expectations are often …

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The January 6 Uprising: Minute by Minute

Here’s a timeline of some of the most important moments from January 6, based on reporting from CNN and others, congressional testimony, Justice Department court documents, and more. Times are approximate and these events only capture a portion of what happened that day. 7:30 a.m. Meadows is texting Rep. Jim …

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Hosting the 2030 Olympics in British Columbia would cost up to $4 billion, bid group says

The opportunity to host the 2030 Olympics in British Columbia offers a chance for reconciliation, Indigenous leaders have said as the organizing group behind the bid released its estimate of hosting the event. The Indigenous-led group, made up of Lilwat, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, said the cost of hosting …

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Sullivan restructures athletics staff

Sullivan restructures athletics staff 06/07/2022 23:59:00 // Kyle Terwillegar ANN ARBOUR, Mich. — Director of Athletics and Cross Country at the University of Michigan Kevin Sullivan announced on Tuesday, July 5, a restructuring of the coaching staff effective immediately for the 2022-23 academic year, with Jenni Ashcroft and Steven Rajewsky …

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Philadelphia July 4 shooting: Mayor says he’s worried about other big events

A 36-year-old Philadelphia Highway Patrol officer was grazed on the forehead and a 44-year-old Montgomery County sheriff’s deputy was shot in the shoulder, according to the police commissioner of Philadelphia, Danielle Outlaw. The two officers were providing security at a July 4 concert on Benjamin Franklin Drive when shots were …

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Evergreen songs event organized by Sursaz Musical Group, Bhopal

An Evergreen Songs Yaari Hai Imaan Mera event was held at the State Museum on Sunday. The event was organized by Sursaz Musical Group, Bhopal based on the evergreen movie songs titled “Yaraane”, conceptualized and arranged by Sajid Premi. The music coordinator was Gyanendra Sharma. The auditorium was filled with …

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Floating offers sound baths, musical events in LA parks

It’s a bit like joining a secret society – that is, if secret societies were open to everyone. “Send a cloud emoji to this number,” reads the Instagram bio of Floating, an LA collective presenting sound experiences in natural settings. Soon your phone will be ringing a few times a …

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Inside Housing – Insight – Grenfell community group says lobbying events close to fire anniversary ‘were dancing on the graves of our loved ones’

The Aluminum Federation (Alfed), which describes itself as ‘the voice of the UK aluminum industry’, had planned a reception in the House of Lords last Tuesday. The membership body, which counts Kingspan and Arconic among its members, said the £99 event was an opportunity to “raise and discuss issues relating …

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Events Industry Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Events industry market research report examines the market in detail over the anticipated period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects on …

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“They just age differently” – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Chase Brexton Health Care, a medical clinic in Baltimore, offers a program that meets the unique needs of older members of the LGBTQ+ community. The ElderPride program provides the particularly vulnerable population with primary health care, dentistry, behavioral health and counseling, support groups, special events, and financial …

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Private equity groups take £1.6bn takeover approach for Euromoney

Private equity groups Astorg and Epiris have approached FTSE 250-listed financial publisher Euromoney Institutional Investor with a proposed £1.6bn takeover. The “possible cash offer” of £14.61 per share is the duo’s fifth approach to taking the company private, with four previous offers of £11.75 to £13.50 per share, Euromoney said …

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The Mesa Group and EVIT Host a Free Father’s Day Event |

A fun day of family fun is planned in honor of Father’s Day for dads and their kids in a program sponsored by the East Valley Institute of Technology and the Native American Fatherhood and Families Association, based at Mesa. The free event will take place from 10 a.m. to …

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Dartmouth Group Hosts 2nd Annual Virtual Networking

BEDFORD, MA, June 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Dartmouth Group (TMD), a Association® company and leading provider of residential property management services throughout New England for more than 30 years, recently hosted a virtual vendor speed networking event to benefit the company’s affiliate non-profit organization, Associa Cares, which helps …

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Church Pension Group will host a webinar for those attending the 80th General Convention of the Episcopal Church – Episcopal News Service

The Church Pension Group (CPG), a financial services organization serving the Episcopal Church, has announced that it will host a virtual roundtable with Bishop Thomas Brown, Chairman of the Board of the Church Pension Fund (Board of the CPF ); Canon Kathryn McCormick, Chair-elect of the CPF Board of Directors; …

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Patriot Front members charged with planning riot in Idaho, police say

Placeholder while loading article actions Idaho police arrested 31 people who wore face coverings, white supremacist badges, shields and a “plan of operations” to riot near an LGBTQ Pride event on Saturday afternoon. Police said they were affiliated with the Patriot Front, a white supremacist group whose founder was among …

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Kyle Garland wins decathlon bronze at NCAA championships

History links EUGENE, Ore. — Junior Bulldog Kyle Garland scored the second-highest point total of his career to win bronze in the decathlon highlighting day two of the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Thursday. Garland, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, finished in personal bests in …

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ABQ Group helps organize the first annual national gun buy-back event

New Mexicans for Gun Violence Prevention, along with faith groups and the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office, will host Guns to Gardens’ first annual National Redemption Day on Saturday, June 11 at La Mesa Presbyterian Church. Gun owners handing in guns will receive gift cards at places like Target, Walmart …

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Gun safety groups plan DC ‘week of action’

After mass shootings, gun safety groups plan a week of events here in DC and across the country WASHINGTON — Recent mass shootings across the country have gun safety activists planning protests. Gun safety groups are planning a week of action in Washington, DC, starting Monday. Moms Demand Action, Students …

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Hong Kong: Tiananmen anniversary stops slur in memory of victims

Reacting to the arrests of at least two people and a dozen people taken away in the past two days for trying to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown, Amnesty International Deputy Regional Director Hana Young said: “Using false charges of ‘sedition’ and ‘unsanctioned assembly’ to arrest people …

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Camden County Pride | Camden County, New Jersey

The Camden County Board of Commissioners joins communities across the county and around the world in recognizing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Queer/Queer (LGBTQ+) Pride Month throughout June . June has long been recognized as LGBTQ Pride Month, in honor of the Stonewall Riots, which took place in New York …

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Qualification for ICC Men’s T20 WC 2024 begins with lane events in Europe

NNA | Updated: May 31, 2022 10:20 p.m. STI dubai [UAE]May 31 (ANI): The road to the biggest ever ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2024 begins in June with the first qualifying events taking place in Europe. These events mark the first step in the qualification process, ultimately culminating …

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Want to end mass shootings? Don’t get distracted by other issues.

After another tragic and banal massacre of schoolchildren in America last week, the monotonous debate about what should be done has begun again. Nearly a quarter century after Columbine, we have yet to implement changes to protect our most vulnerable. The simple truth is that nothing will happen until gun …

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Cultural events can help spur Long Beach’s recovery, so the city will help pay for them • Long Beach Business Journal

Cultural events like parades and food festivals were among many economic-boosting and community-building activities that had to pause during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic — and Long Beach officials hope their return can help bolster the city’s recovery. To that end, officials announced that part of the funding for …

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The Persian Culture Society celebrates and preserves Iranian culture – The Cavalier Daily

As graduates of the class of 2022, they leave behind their own world within the University. One of these worlds is that of the University Persian Culture Society. The student group celebrates Iranian culture, showcasing Iranian arts, music, dance and fashion. PCS provides a community for students with strong ties …

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Expert: Monkeypox likely spread through sex at 2 raves in Europe

LONDON — A top adviser to the World Health Organization has described the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox in developed countries as “a random event” that could be explained by sexual behavior at two recent raves in Europe . Dr David Heymann, who previously headed the WHO’s emergency department, told The …

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Buffalo shooting highlights threat of online extremism amid pandemic

In the early months of the pandemic, security experts sounded the alarm over the possible escalation of online radicalization and terrorist violence as people isolated themselves and spent more time on social media. . An internal Department of Homeland Security memo in early 2020 warned that the new pandemic way …

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The real-time impact of microaggressions

While many leaders have stepped up efforts to make their organizations fair to members of marginalized groups, evidence shows that black employees continue to be disrespected in the workplace. Since black professionals face a hardship in dealing with racialized comments, organizations must take responsibility for preventing microaggressions and relieving their …

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Biden balances crime-fighting and reform agendas in message to police

WASHINGTON, May 15 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden said on Sunday that police must ensure both effective crime deterrence and equal justice in a message that balanced two heavy political priorities as his law enforcement reforms order were at a standstill. Speaking at a memorial service at the United …

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City Budget Increases Arts Funding | News

The 2022-2023 budget that Owensboro city commissioners are likely to approve next week includes significant funding for arts organizations in the area, such as the RiverPark Center, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of science and history, and funds to pay for utilities at the Bluegrass Music Hall …

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WFU student and faculty groups help support local refugees

While the People Abroad at Wake Forest’s Flow House in Vienna, Austria helped Ukrainian refugees seeking refuge far from their home country, students, faculty and staff at the university’s Reynolda campus made even for the refugees in Winston-Salem. The Student Association for the Advancement of Refugees (SAFAR) works closely with …

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Events at Dover NH Library, Music Hall, NH Theater Project, NHTP

Addiction and Recovery Conference at Dover Library DOVER – All are invited to attend the next New Hampshire Humanities program at the Dover Public Library, in person or virtually on Monday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. The program is titled “Hooked: Narratives of Addiction, Recovery and Redemption” which will be …

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Latrobe Group Winery Gathering Combines Women’s Empowerment and Community Philanthropy

A Latrobe-based women’s group is on a mission to support other local women and organizations that benefit women and children. Since its inception in 2019, SHE – which stands for Sophisticated, Humble, Empowered – has raised funds and donated materials to a shelter for victims of sexual assault and domestic …

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The Council announces the events of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Gedling City Council has confirmed it will join the nation in celebrating Her Majesty The Queen’s historic 70-year reign, by hosting a weekend of events in Gedling as part of the UK’s four public holidays. United from June 2 to 5. Celebrations will include the lighting of a lighthouse, public …

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May 2022 Events at Fall River Heritage State Park

FALL RIVER — From talks and gallery exhibits to hands-on workshops and swing dancing, Heritage State Park has something for every member of the family this spring. Here are the featured programs for the month of May: South Coast Spring Arts Week: Exhibits and Programs Ongoing exhibitions from 9 a.m. …

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How to Celebrate Mexican Day in Phoenix

Lee in spanish After a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several events are returning to the Valley to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo commemorates Mexico’s 1862 victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. At 9 a.m. on May 5, 1862, …

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Taking Representation into Their Own Hands: Asian American Group Begins Community Engagement Effort

Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of expanding the conversation about how public policy affects the daily lives of people across our state. Anthony Mai is a Wichita-raised local attorney with a strong background in mental health and social work. The Asian and Asian American …

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Global Scholars program challenges Pickerington students to learn about global issues

Now in its fifth year, the Global Scholars Diploma Program at both Pickerington high schools continues to enhance students’ understanding of different cultures and prepare them for careers in the global marketplace. Pickerington Schools established the three-year program at the start of the 2016-17 school year. It is designed to …

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Residents left behind as pandemic hits bus companies

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, Rochester City Lines, a family-run Minnesota commuter and charter bus company, was booming. “We were set for our best year ever in 2020,” said Christian Holter, the company’s chief operating officer. “And then the wheels fell off.” Half of the company’s business …

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Press and Communication

Cultural Affairs Office Press and Communication Mayor Sylvester Turner announces the return of Make Music Day to Houston April 12, 2022 — Mayor Sylvester Turner encourages Houstonians of all musical levels to participate this year Celebrate music (MMD) in Houston. The one-day participatory celebration will take place on Tuesday, June …

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Sprints, jumps and middle distance groups participate in the GMU Spring Invitational

By: Gabriella Bamford, Athletic Communications Intern History links FAIRFAX, Va. – The St. Joseph women’s track and field team wrapped up a busy weekend of competition with sprinters, jumpers and middle-distance runners competing at the George Mason Spring Invitational on Saturday. TRACK EVENTS: …

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San Diego groups will hold another free gasoline giveaway

As gasoline prices hit record highs, local community groups are again planning to fill the gas tanks of several hundred southeast San Diegans next week. This is the third free emergency gas and food distribution for low-income and working-class families in San Diego County in the past month, organized and …

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Deucravacitinib superior to placebo for ACR20 response in psoriatic arthritis

07 April 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Disclosures: This study was funded by Bristol Myers Squibb. Mease reports financial relationships with AbbVie, Amgen, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bristol Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly & Co., Galapagos, Gilead Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline, Janssen, Novartis, Pfizer, SUN Pharma and UCB. Please see the …

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Two Scientists Named to ARS Science Hall of Fame: USDA ARS

Two scientists named to ARS Science Hall of Fame Contact: Jan SuszkiwEmail: [email protected] WASHINGTON, April 5, 2022 —Two scientists have earned a place in the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Science Hall of Fame for their pioneering and impactful research in human nutritional health and bio-based product development. Lindsay H. Allen …

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Valentin Madouas offers a rare French podium at the Tour of Flanders

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Access everything we publish when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>join VeloNews or Outside+. OUDENAARDE, Belgium (VN) — The French have a new star for the spring classics. Valentin Madouas (Groupama-FDJ), 25, made his way against all odds to the podium with third …

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San Diego Legion hosts skills clinic for U8-U15 youth groups

Saturday April 2, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. San Dieguito Sports Complex $60 Attention youth rugby! The San Diego Legion, San Diego’s own Major League Rugby team, is hosting another skills clinic for the U8-U15 groups! The clinic will take place on Saturday, April 2 from 10 a.m. …

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12 Campus Events Celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

There’s one more orange to cheer on – The Daily Orange! Donate today and help us win College Media Madness. May marks Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. To commemorate the month while students and faculty are still on campus at Syracuse University, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the …

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Florida track teams open outdoor season ranked top 15

GAINESVILLE, Florida. – The Florida women’s track team (#5) and men’s track team (#11) earned top 15 spots in the first edition of the Outdoor Rankings Index, as announced by the USTFCCCA on Monday afternoon. Florida opened the 2022 outdoor season last weekend with split groups at the Texas Relays …

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Minnesota Indigenous groups seek state-building aid

Sixteen groups have banded together to demand $83 million in state aid for buildings from agencies that serve Native Americans in Minnesota. ST PAUL, Minnesota — Sixteen Native American nonprofits have joined forces to seek state assistance for a dozen different construction projects that will help them serve Native families …

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Earth Day events in Milwaukee include a river cleanup with free beer

You could participate in an outdoor cleanup during Earth Month (April) because you care about the environment. Or if you need a bit more motivation, you can do it for free with beer (or soda). Milwaukee-area breweries are teaming up for a special trail cleanup along the Milwaukee River Corridor …

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Here are the TV schedules for the WGC-Match Play and other professional golf tours

Here’s a list of golf tournaments on TV this week, including the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, European Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, PGA Tour Champions and more. All times below are Eastern and subject to change. International Federation of PGA Tours: World Golf Championships – Dell Match Play Location: Austin, Texas. …

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New Details Explain How Project Veritas Acquired Ashley Biden’s Diary

In July 2020, a single mother of two moved into a former boyfriend’s rented house in Delray Beach, Florida. The woman, Aimee Harris, a Trump supporter, told the former boyfriend she had little money, nowhere to live and was in a bitter custody dispute. Shortly after moving into the rental, …

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KCON to debut in Chicago as festival returns to in-person events – NBC Chicago

KCON, a global celebration of Korean culture and music, returns with its first in-person event in two years, this time in a new city: Chicago. The festival will kick off its 2022 run in May with events aimed at commemorating the festival’s re-emergence from the pandemic as well as its …

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How to talk to loved ones

Empathy for the plight of the Ukrainian people is quite natural and appropriate. But the constant flow of upsetting news can harm the mental well-being of vulnerable people, like children and people who have experienced their own traumatic events. Medical News Today has sought advice from psychotherapists on how to …

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Support groups for cancer and diabetes patients return to West Cal Cam Hospital

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Being diagnosed with a disease like diabetes or cancer can be scary and confusing. West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital works to soothe these emotions by helping to educate local residents and providing a community of others going through the same difficult journey. Human Resources Director Christi …

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The Mid South’s Course Atlas: “It’s about much more than the course itself”

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Access everything we publish when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>join VeloNews or Outside+. Event “loot bags” can be random, sometimes filled with useful samples (chain lube, chamois cream) but often with disposable things we could do without. At this year’s Mid South, …

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Candidate alleges Villanueva’s radio show violates election rules

A candidate for Los Angeles County sheriff filed complaints Tuesday with state and federal agencies alleging that Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s weekly radio show on KFI-AM (640) violates election and broadcasting rules. LA County Sheriff Cmdr. Eli Vera, who is retiring from the sheriff’s department this month to focus on the …

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Willing hackers converge on conflict in Ukraine with no one in charge

Ukraine has been more deliberate about recruiting a volunteer hacking force. On Telegram channels, participants applaud their collaboration with the government to tackle targets such as Sberbank, the Russian state bank. From Russia, where government ties to hacking groups have long raised alarm bells among Western officials, there haven’t been …

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The nonprofit is updating its policy to prohibit political speech at the Yorktown Light Boat Parade and other events

YORKTOWN, Va. (WAVY) — Last holiday season, a Yorktown nonprofit came under fire after a committee selected a boat bearing political messages such as “Let’s go Brandon” and “FJB” as the winner of the Yorktown Lighted Boat Parade. Captain Bill Berger’s winning trophy for ‘Best in Show’ was removed in …

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Managing engagement in the new normal

At the start of the pandemic, as Zoom and other remote tools saw business boom in unprecedented ways, the opportunity to engage with students digitally also increased. Meanwhile, campus social media managers have built on their strengths to reach students where they are, provide timely and easy-to-use information, and make …

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EXPLANATOR: How is the Russian-Ukrainian war related to religion?

Ukraine’s tangled political history with Russia has its counterpart in the religious landscape, with Ukraine’s majority Orthodox Christian population split between an independent-minded group based in Kiev and one loyal to its patriarch in Moscow. But while there have been calls for religious nationalism in Russia and Ukraine, religious loyalty …

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Colorado Springs organizers announce ‘significant progress’ made on $60 million plan to renovate city’s auditorium

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) – It’s been eight months since a new nonprofit group proposed to transform the city’s historic, underused auditorium building into a major center for arts, culture, music and education. The group has raised $5 million in donations so far, with nearly $3 million more pledged by …

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What to do in Atlanta this weekend: February 25-27, 2022

Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Party Legend Prepare a barbecue and enjoy an adult drink at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival at Atlantic Station. Credit: Tomas Espinoza Credit: Tomas Espinoza Legend Prepare a barbecue and enjoy an adult drink at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival at Atlantic Station. Credit: …

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Political Diary: Conservative groups supporting the Treat Bill turn on the heat | Government and politics

Besides: Among the measures put forward by the committee last week: SB 1568, by Sen. Michael Brooks, D-Oklahoma City, which would add domestic violence to the violent offender registry; HB 2969, the latest version of the digital privacy bill from Representatives Collin Walke, D-Oklahoma City, and Josh West, R-Grove; SJR …

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Democrats take to the road to promote green projects

President Biden recalled yesterday that Ohio Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur handed him a note right after his first joint address to Congress last year, extolling the virtues of the Great Lakes as an economic engine in his district. . “The Great Lakes underpin the life, work and play of millions …

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Ohio votes for bill expanding crimes during protests police call ‘riots’

Republicans in Ohio voted to create new felonies for protests that law enforcement considers riots despite objections from Democrats on Wednesday. House Bill 109 passed in a party vote, 59-35. Republicans said the legal changes would protect peaceful protesters as well as law enforcement. But Democrats strongly disagreed, saying the …

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Mental health a top concern for educators and students, statewide U of M survey finds

Educators, families and students in Minnesota agree that the mental health of students and educators is a top concern, according to an analysis from the University of Minnesota’s Minnesota Safe Learning Survey (SLS) that was distributed at Winter , in the spring and fall of 2021. There were more than …

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Rights group sues over Nigeria to release Twitter deal

Newspapers are pictured after the Nigerian government announced the lifting of the ban on Twitter in Abuja, Nigeria January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register ABUJA, Feb 13 (Reuters) – A Nigerian rights group has asked the High Court to force the government …

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BlackInSac offers weekend entertainment events in Sacramento

Your weekend guide to enjoying Sacramento’s community events, nightlife and entertainment scene is back. Back by popular demand, ‘BlackInSac’. These events are influenced by African American or Black culture and in most cases are hosted or organized by sacramentans who represent the African Diaspora. We welcome submissions are always welcome …

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Frank Reich among groups traveling to Los Angeles to fight trafficking

Frank Reich is going to Los Angeles this week for an important mission. A year after becoming head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Reich and his wife, Linda, formed kNot Today, a nonprofit organization that works to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation. Their foundation is one of five organizations …

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The year of the tiger eclipses the Olympic panda

Beijing’s parks and avenues are lined with red Lunar New Year lanterns. The streets are deserted as families gather at their homes to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. The five rings symbol of the Olympic Games and the cuddly panda mascot of the Winter Games are barely visible. Winter …

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Two faculty members continue their studies abroad in Italy

TUNA in Florence Their work in Florence, however, extends beyond the summer semester. For example, in February 2020, the Robins (written for simplicity) found themselves in Florence planning a THON program with ISI-Florence, their partners there for many years. “We wanted to take THON overseas,” they explained. The event was …

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The Day – Mystic Seaport predicts a busy 2022

Stonington – After rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic with strong attendance figures in 2021, officials at the Mystic Seaport Museum plan to unveil two major new exhibits this year, enhanced food offerings and events, and more opportunities for visitors go out on the Mystic River in boats. Museum Seaport President …

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