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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

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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”

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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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SD journalism groups condemn killings of Mexican journalists

SAN DIEGO (CNS) — Journalism organizations in San Diego on Tuesday denounced the killing of three Mexican journalists in the past month and called for additional protections for reporters working south of the border. The murders, one in the eastern Mexican city of Veracruz and two in Tijuana, have not …

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FBI and informant roles cloud Michigan governor’s kidnapping case

Defense attorneys using this same trove of evidence constructed an entirely different scenario of what happened. They portray the defendants as reluctant puppets trapped by FBI agents and informants who they believe invented the kidnapping plot. Within weeks of joining, Dan resumed training exercises, introducing a much higher level of …

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Clinical benefit obtained with pembrolizumab and chemotherapy in esophageal adenocarcinoma/GEJ

The KEYNOTE-590 study (NCT03189719) found patients in all subgroups at 12-month follow-up with esophageal cancer and gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) adenocarcinoma treated with first-line pembrolizumab intent (Keytruda) plus chemotherapy produced clinical benefit, according to a presentation from the 2022 Gastrointestinal Symposium.1 The data came from an additional 12 months of follow-up. …

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Athletics head to Liberty and South Carolina meets this weekend

History links CULLOWHEE, North Carolina – West Carolina track teams will see split-squad action in two indoor meetings this weekend as the Catamounts travel to Lynchburg, Va. for the Brant Tolsma Invitational and Columbia, in South Carolina, for the Carolina Challenge. Live results from both competitions are available via links …

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COVID-19 updates: US begins taking orders for COVID testing as Oregon schools grapple with infection spike

The COVID-19 virus. OPB Many of the COVID-19 challenges Oregonians face today are deeply familiar. Nearly two years into the pandemic, the state is still trying to balance the risk of spreading the virus in the classroom with the benefits of in-person instruction in schools; struggling with access to testing; …

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Dive into winter with these 11 seasonal events

Winter is in full swing and we have organized several events, both indoors and outdoors, to keep you active and having fun. Even with weather less than a wonderland and the disruptions brought on by omicron, Mainers can’t help but make the most of this longest of seasons, and we’ve …

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Seattle Kraken Embraces Indigenous Traditions and Elevates Indigenous Voices

On Dec. 6, the Seattle Kraken hockey team warmed up on the ice wearing specially designed jerseys inspired by traditional Karuk basketry, while more than 200 invited members of the area’s Native American community watched from the bleachers. The Kraken, the National Hockey League’s new team, wore the unique pre-game …

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Yellowstone is approaching its 150th anniversary; the director of the park reflects on the changes; planned tribal events | State and Region

“We’ve come a long way together, but we also have a very, very long way to go,” he said. “We look forward to continuing our progress to protect this incredible park for the future, and we certainly need everyone’s help to make this happen.” Rick Hoeninghausen, director of hotels and …

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UNC plans MLK Day banquet and lectures on campus next week

Next Monday, January 17, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday commemorating the birthday of the civil rights leader. Here are some events taking place on campus next week to honor and celebrate his legacy. MLK Memorial Banquet On January 16, the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion …

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2022 Golden Globe winners announced on Twitter

If you missed the Golden Globes on Sunday, you weren’t alone. For the first time in decades, the show was not shown on live television or via a digital live stream, due to an ongoing PR crisis that took the event completely offline. . Why is this important: The Globes …

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As Out-of-Town Group Court Metra, County Officials Navigate Management Privatization Option | Local news

Rep. Don Jones, HD46-Billing Pitman doesn’t deny that the incident happened, but he said the way he was characterized was wrong. It was never directed as a threat or intended to intimidate, he said. On the contrary, Pitman said he argues that if Metra’s current system does not work, the …

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Biden addresses nation a year after Jan 6 attack on Capitol – live updates

President Joe Biden has marked a year since the January 6 assault on the United States Capitol with a fiery speech berating violence and former President Trump’s attempts to overthrow the 2020 election that made Mr. Biden president. “We will make sure that the will of the people is heard,” …

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After his son’s suicide and the January 6 attack, Rep Jamie Raskin isn’t giving up

A year ago, Representative Jamie Raskin, D-Md., Suffered two unimaginable traumas in the span of a single week. On New Years Eve 2020, her 25-year-old son Tommy committed suicide after succumbing to mental illness. Then, on January 6, 2021, just a day after Tommy’s funeral, Raskin was at work at …

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Xiamen successfully won the Golden Rooster Awards and

Xiamen, China, January 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – On December 30, the 34th GOLDEN ROOSTER AWARDS held an awards ceremony in Xiamen. Xiamen has entered the “Golden Rooster Time”, the city’s attention is focused on this event. This year is the 40th anniversary of the Golden Rooster Awards and the …

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New Years Eve events continue in Regina, Saskatoon despite rising COVID-19 numbers

Saskatchewan enters New Years celebrations with 735 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, the highest number recorded since the start of the pandemic. Some companies have canceled events as the end of the year approaches, while others have reduced capacity and many are continuing as planned. Bushwakker Brewing Company in Regina …

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Tensions rise as Palestinian prisoners face collective punishment | Israeli-Palestinian conflict News

Ramallah, Occupied West Bank – Tensions have reached a boiling point in several Israeli jails holding Palestinian prisoners, with human rights groups saying authorities are holding a number of detainees, many of them injured by Israeli forces, in conditions unknown. “The situation in the prisons is critical and very dangerous,” …

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5,000 Square Foot Palestrina Event Center Opens at Liberty Business Park | Business

As the planning of large gatherings such as weddings or working parties continue to face the challenges of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there is at least one less thing revelers in the Verona region are facing. have to think – a location for their next event. Palestrina Event Center opened …

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Cities cancel big New Years events around the world

(CNN) – For a while there it appeared that maybe we could ring New Years Eve in major cities around the world with something akin to the great celebrations of old. Another outbreak of Covid-19 and the rapid spread of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus have dashed those …

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Austria slows down New Year’s Eve celebrations to fight omicron

VIENNA – Austria on Wednesday announced a list of new restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the omicron variant, including closing restaurants earlier and imposing stricter entry requirements for people from countries where the variant is already dominant. “Omicron presents us with the next epidemiological challenge,” said Katharina Reich, …

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Parsaclisib elicits impressive activity in relapsed / refractory MCL

Parsaclisib, a potent, highly selective, next-generation PI3Kδ inhibitor, has demonstrated activity and an acceptable safety profile in patients with relapsed / naive mantle cell lymphoma-refractory Bruton’s tyrosine kinase inhibitor. Parsaclisib, a potent, highly selective, next-generation PI3Kδ inhibitor, has demonstrated activity and an acceptable safety profile in patients with tyrosine kinase …

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How Ashley Biden’s Diary Made Its Way to Project Veritas

Roberta Kaplan, lawyer for Ms Biden, declined to comment. The episode has its roots in the spring of 2020, as Ms Biden’s father drew closer to the Democratic presidential nomination. Ms Biden, who has kept a low profile throughout her father’s vice presidency and presidency, had quit a job the …

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NYU cancels ‘non-essential’ events following wave of Covid

New York University announced on Wednesday that it was immediately canceling all “non-essential” gatherings and events on and off campus, including graduation ceremonies, holiday parties, study groups and events. sports competitions, due to skyrocketing rates of new coronavirus cases in the community. “This is not a cause for alarm, but …

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Covid Live Updates: Omicron, Vaccines and Mandate News

Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. A statewide mask mandate goes into effect Monday, forcing all businesses and public spaces that do not verify vaccine status to require a mask.Credit…Karsten Moran for The New York Times Starting Monday, when New Yorkers hit a store for a quick purchase, they will again need …

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Toy Giveaway Helps Get People Back To Struggling Mountain View Park – NBC 7 San Diego

Christmas has arrived a little early for hundreds of children in the Mountain View neighborhood of San Diego. The San Diego Police Department has partnered with lowriders groups, churches and local businesses for “Holiday in the Park” at Willie Henderson Park. The event was a celebration, but it also took …

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Hazleton, UAEU students reflect at symposium on intercultural collaboration

HAZLETON, Pa .– Separated by thousands of miles and a 20-hour time difference, students from Penn State Hazleton and the University of the United Arab Emirates (UEAU) recently came together virtually to reflect on a week-long collaboration dedicated to understanding and developing a larger worldview. . The Cross-Cultural Collaboration Symposium …

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Penn cancels student group social events through 2021 amid increase in COVID-19 cases

In an email sent to board members of Greek organizations on Wednesday night, Penn asks student groups to cancel all social events, including parties, ceremonies and other spaces where alcohol, food and dancing are present. Credit: Max Mester Penn is asking student groups to cancel all social events for the …

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Malawi Country Climate Development Report Stakeholder Consultation Virtual Launch

The World Bank Group (WBG) Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP) for 2021-2025 has identified high impact climate actions to inform future World Bank Group commitments and investments. A key element of CCAP is to develop a new core diagnostic tool, the National Climate and Development Report (CCDR), to help countries …

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Christmas in Kutztown at the train station

Families met Santa on a train trip and enjoyed holiday shopping, cookie decorating, ornament making and other holiday entertainments at the train station for the annual Community Partnership Christmas. Kutztown to Kutztown on December 4. “(Christmas in Kutztown) was a huge success,” said Kutztown Mayor Jim Schlegel. “The vendors and …

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Carfilzomib, dexamethasone and daratumumab versus carfilzomib and dexamethasone in patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma (CANDOR): updated results from a randomized, multicenter, open-label phase 3 study

Background Despite recent advances in treatment options, there remains an unmet need for treatment of patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma, particularly in those previously exposed or refractory to lenalidomide. This updated CANDOR phase 3 efficacy and safety analysis compared carfilzomib, daratumumab and dexamethasone (KdD) with carfilzomib and dexamethasone …

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The nJoy app created by Alum works to bring joy to the campus

Alum Andrew Sipes’ nJoy app serves as a platform to connect students to campus events and to each other. Caroline chen 12:12 am, 02 Dec 2021 Contributing journalist Karen Lin, Photo Editor Yale alumnus Andrew Sipes ’85 has created an app designed to bring joy to the Yale campus. The …

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Empagliflozin is beneficial for the health of patients with acute heart failure

Empagliflozin has demonstrated clinical benefit for patients hospitalized with acute heart failure, according to a study presented at the 2021 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. These benefits included increased survival, a lower risk of readmission to hospital for heart failure, and an overall improvement in quality of life. . “This …

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Thousands protest coronavirus restrictions in Czech capital

PRAGUE – Thousands of people gathered in the Czech capital Prague on Sunday to protest the government’s restrictive measures to tackle a record spate of coronavirus infections. The protesters included members and supporters of a number of fringe parties and political groups who failed to win any parliamentary seats in …

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Toronto rings on vacation with three events | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo HOLIDAY FUN – The organizers of Focus In Toronto’s sixth annual Christmas Art Festival have booked an assortment of crafts and other vendors, which will be offering many unique Christmas decorations and 10 gift choices. a.m. to 5 p.m. on December 11 at Karaffa Primary School (formerly Karaffa …

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All-new LTA performance competition calendar launched with new and improved competitions for 2022

The LTA today launches its new performance competition calendar for 2022. This calendar offers a new and more ambitious approach to competition for all age groups, from under 10 to professional players. The main aim of the calendar is to provide dramatically improved playing opportunities for UK players at every …

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FDA approves first treatment for common type of post-transplant infection resistant to other drugs

For immediate release: 23 November 2021 Today, the United States Food and Drug Administration approved Livtencity (maribavir) as the first drug for the treatment of adults and pediatric patients (aged 12 years and over and weighing at least 35 kilograms) with infection. / post-transplant cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease that does not …

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Five dead after driver brought SUV into Wisconsin holiday parade

“When he made that right turn, that’s when he got really dangerous,” Hickey said. Angelito Tenorio, a candidate for state treasurer, had just finished parading in the parade and was returning to Main Street when he saw the SUV speeding along the road. “All of a sudden I heard a …

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Thousands protest against virus restrictions in Vienna and Zurich – Daily Freeman

By EMILY SCHULTHEIS and KIRSTEN GRIESHABER VIENNA (AP) – Tens of thousands of protesters, many of them far-right groups, marched through Vienna on Saturday after the Austrian government announced a nationwide lockdown from Monday to contain the surge in coronavirus infections . Protests against virus restrictions also took place in …

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Scarborough Library’s upcoming program promotes civil discourse

“If you want to change your stereotypes, look for a first-hand experience. Don’t believe everything you are told. Find out for yourself. Speak up. ”– Mark Gerzon, US Citizen, Global Citizen: How expanding our identities makes us safer, stronger, wiser – and builds a better world Please consider participating in …

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Ten student organizations received $ 5,000 grants to support campus engagement

Ten student organizations were recognized on November 10 at Hendricks Chapel for winning the Boost the ‘Cuse Student Organization Challenge last month. The competition, supported by donors from Hendricks Chapel and Advancement and External Affairs, encouraged registered student organizations to rally their members and supporters to donate during Boost the …

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Inhibition of angiotensin and neprilysin receptors in acute myocardial infarction

Abstract Background In patients with symptomatic heart failure, sacubitril-valsartan has been shown to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death from cardiovascular causes more effectively than an angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor. Trials comparing the effects of these drugs in patients with acute myocardial infarction have been lacking. Methods Download a …

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Islamic State violence undermines Taliban demands for a safer Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD, Nov. 9 (Reuters) – Last month, the family of Mawlavi Ezzatullah, member of the Afghan Hizb-e Islami party, received a WhatsApp message from his phone: “We have slaughtered your Mawlavi Ezzat, come and get his body.” The assassination of Ezzatullah, in the eastern province of Nangarhar, was part of …

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Georgia Group unites women of different faiths | Georgia News

By JENNA EASON, The Telegraph MACON, Georgia (AP) – A group of women first met ten years ago during an open house at the Islamic Center of Central Georgia. Christian women attended the event hoping to meet Muslim women to learn more about their faith. They met. They spoke and …

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Wrestling 2021-22 Tickets On Sale / Promotional Listing Announcement

History links To buy tickets Calendar 2021-22 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Tickets are now on sale for all six home games of the University of West Virginia wrestling team during the regular season, as announced by the WVU box office on Friday. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting WVUGAME.com, calling 1-800-WVU-GAME …

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Boulevard Brewery plans Kansas City vacation pop-up event

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas City staple is feeling festive as the holiday season begins. Boulevard Brewing Company has announced plans to turn its Beer Hall and Rec Deck into a holiday pop-up called “Rec Deck the Halls”. The popup opens to the public on December 3. Admission is …

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Titles – The Ministry of Aging and Handicap observes National Family Caregivers Month in November. This year’s theme “24 hour care”

Annapolis, MD (November 1, 2021) – The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities will observe National Family Caregiver Month during the month of November. Caregiving is hard work. This month, we honor those who lovingly care for and comfort a loved one, friend or neighbor. In many cases, …

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The event that forever changed the environmental justice movement

On October 24, 1991, nearly 300 Black, Native, Latino, Pacific Islander, Asian American, and other minority activists gathered in Washington, DC to discuss, for the first time in history, the environmental injustices suffered. by their communities. During the four-day event, delegates told stories of black communities forced to relocate due …

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Droids, Transformers, Writers and Artists Celebrate Fandom at Inaugural Convention

ESCONDIDO – Hundreds of costumed characters mingled and posed for photos in Escondido on Saturday. But it wasn’t a Halloween party. Fandom Invasion was more a celebration of a lifestyle and passion for those who gathered at the California Center for the Arts, and it was a much anticipated event …

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Ahead of Jobs Week: November 1, 2021

(Reuters) – Here are some upcoming events of interest to the employment law community. All times are local, unless otherwise noted. Monday November 1 9 a.m. – Massachusetts Supreme Court to consider whether a former sales representative of a medical software company who claims he was terminated for exercising his …

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7 Halloween-Themed Events to Make Your Weekend Festive | Entertainment

With Halloween falling on a Sunday, here’s a look at some spooky, spooky, and family-friendly options for a fun weekend getaway. Shocktober at the Arc de Loudoun was open during the month of October and this is the last chance to experience this year’s event. The Haunted House is open …

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Beijing marks 100 days of Winter Olympics amid COVID, rights issues

BEIJING, Oct.27 (Reuters) – With 100 days to go before the start of the Winter Olympics, Beijing promises a ‘simple and safe’ 2022 Games – though preparations are anything but straightforward as China prepares to host thousands of athletes and staff as she battles COVID-19 outbreaks. Beijing will be the …

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Task Force Commander: USS Gerald R. Ford ready for first deployment in 2022

USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) departed Naval Station Norfolk for Newport News Shipbuilding in support of its Planned Incremental Availability (PIA), a six-month modernization, maintenance and repair, Aug. 20, 2021. U.S. Navy photo The Navy prepares to deploy the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) for the first time in 2022, …

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Delegates to Bloomberg Forum at S’pore can dine in groups of 5 at specific locations, Singapore News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Local and foreign delegates to the Bloomberg New Economy Forum (NEF) next month will be subject to strict measures, including a full vaccination to ensure their safety and well-being and that of the community, authorities said on Sunday (October 24). Upon arrival in Singapore, foreign delegates must take …

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Fall Shorts Film Event brings artists and film news to Gadsden

Film buffs – and filmmakers in particular – are invited to Projex’s last screening on Saturday at the Gadsden Museum of Art. The Fall Shorts Film Event, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., is free and open to the public. In addition to the screening of 10 short film projects, …

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Return for a cure – The Daily Rider

While many returning students and alumni spent Saturday mornings preparing game day tailgates and meetings, others woke up early to flip pancakes to benefit charity. The student volunteers took advantage of the hustle and bustle of the alumni reunion and home football game against Duke – a big rival close …

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Hindu temple in Troy offers visitors a guide to Hinduism – Macomb Daily

For nearly 45 years, the Bharatiya Temple at Metropolitan Detroit, Troy, has been the center of Michigan’s Hindu culture and worship. Founded in 1977, it is the oldest Hindu temple in the state, and it was built in 2012 to accommodate the growing community. As the Bharatiya temple grew internally, …

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Parks and Recreation Continues Discussion of Events, Commercial Use on Emerald

As Emerald Mountain continues to see increased use of its hiking and biking trails, the Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Commission held its third discussion on the future of commercial recreation in the area on Wednesday. While no final decision was made during the discussion, commission members asked parks and …

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Sustainability groups strive to reduce plastic waste in response to Executive Order 77 – The Cavalier Daily

This year, Grounds sustainability groups are working to eliminate the use of single-use plastics, as required by Executive Order 77. Signed by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam last March, the executive order aims to reduce plastic pollution and eliminate the need for new solid waste disposal facilities. The order instructed state …

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CITRIS Tech for Social Good program invites students to submit proposals

UC Santa Cruz’s 2021 CITRIS Tech for Social Good program is now open to proposals from student teams. The program, co-sponsored by the Institute for Social Transformation, provides support for interdisciplinary student projects and events focused on exploring technological solutions to important social challenges. Student teams can receive up to …

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UEM fraternity under study separates from school

One of Eastern Michigan University’s two fraternities under review amid lawsuits stemming from sexual assault allegations is no longer associated with the school, officials said Monday. “Rather than participating in the University’s review of its policies and practices and adhering to the protocols required for EMU membership, the local chapter …

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COVID hospitalizations continue to decline since peak summer – NBC Los Angeles

The number of coronavirus patients in Los Angeles County hospitals continues to decline, from 670 on Saturday to 656, according to state figures released on Sunday. The number of these intensive care patients remained the same at 202. It was the 36th time in the past 41 days that the …

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Local school boards emerge like hot races in November election | Chicago News

Campaign campaign signs line a street on Thursday, October 7, 2021 in Upper Arlington, Ohio. (AP Photo / Jay LaPrète) COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – In a school district near the state capital of Ohio, school board members running for re-election this year have been subjected to a constant stream of …

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Lowe’s to host free stuff or treat events on October 21

Lowe’s gets into the Halloween spirit early this year, providing a new opportunity for trick-or-treaters to dress up and fill their bags with candy. The home improvement chain will hold “Hal-LOWE-in Trick-or-Treat trials” in stores nationwide to help “make up for lost time” last year when the risk of COVID …

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Cameroon’s Ejara raises $ 2 million to offer crypto and investment services in Francophone Africa – TechCrunch

Africa’s cryptocurrency adoption varies by region. While countries with currently unstable currencies like the naira experience immense use, other regions using the CFA franc have sparse adoption.. A region of more than 200 million inhabitants using the CFA franc, French-speaking Africa is one of the most crypto-friendly markets in Africa. …

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Extinction changes the rules of evolution of body size

When they looked beyond the marine genera that became extinct to consider those who were the first of their kind, the authors found an even more dramatic change in body size patterns before and after extinctions. During the background periods, the newly evolved genres tend to be slightly bigger than …

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