The Local Bottega store in Kennebunk, Maine offers handcrafted products, workshops

KENNEBUNK, Maine — Lindsay Kamon has two passions — making soap and other products and supporting local artists and independent entrepreneurs — and she’s found a way to combine the two in one space. she opens The local Bottega, a new shop featuring handicrafts and workshops for other makers. The …

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West Ham’s Europa Conference League opponents Viborg lose two players due to post-Brexit visa rules

West Ham Brexit boost! Europa Conference League opponents Viborg will be without TWO players for Thursday’s first leg in London because new rules for non-EU citizens meant they could not get visas in time. West Ham are set to face Danish club Viborg in the UEFA Europa Conference League The …

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Exclusive news and research on the wine, spirits and beer industry

46th Annual Impact Marketing Seminar and 41st Annual New York Wine Experience sells well as Shanken kicks off fall event season August 16, 2022 With the fall event season fast approaching, M. Shanken Communications, Inc., New York, announced that the 46th Annual Impact Marketing Seminar and Weekend Packages for the …

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The Seafarers’ Charity joins the Diversity in Maritime Charter program

Maritime UK, the umbrella body for the maritime sector, has welcomed The Seafarers’ Charity as the latest organization to join the Diversity in Maritime Charter. The Seafarers’ Charity’s vision is to create a world where seafarers and their families are valued and free from need and disadvantage. They have been …

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Senator Tuberville’s Office Hosts Grants Workshop in Pell City | New

THE CITY OF PELL — The office of U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville hosted a grants workshop to help St. Clair County municipalities and nonprofits Monday morning in Pell City. Tuberville Regional Director Mike Raita and Grants and Special Projects Coordinator Patty Etheridge hosted the workshop as part of the Tuberville …

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Jeremy Schulte does something unique

Jeremy Schulte is doing something that perhaps no one has ever done in Shore Conference football history – directly succeeding his father as head coach of the same school in the conference. Schulte, who was the defensive coordinator at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School for the past six seasons while …

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Seminars at Steamboat: Christopher Ptomey

American notions of freedom, property, and the role of government have shaped where we live, who succeeds, and what we need to do to achieve a new “American Dream.” Part of that dream for many families is to have their own home. Christopher Ptomey is the executive director of the …

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Husic Hosts Five Industry Roundtables on Skills Challenges

Federal Industry Minister Ed Husic will participate this week organize five invitation-only industry roundtables to discuss the challenges posed by skilled labor shortages ahead of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s Jobs and Skills Summit to be held in Parliament the first week of september. Mr. Husic will moderate two panel discussions …

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Artists draw inspiration from Indigenous teachings and land-based learning to create watercraft at Manitoba workshop

A Winnipeg artist gets her hands dirty this summer for a 10-day workshop in Grand Rapids, Man., which focuses on hand-harvesting clay to create traditional Indigenous water vessels. Oji-Cree visual artist KC Adams leads the workshop, titled Water Knowledge, where she guides a group of female-identifying, non-binary artists deep into …

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SSVAP will conduct offline seminars and PI rounds in 6 cities across India

India, August 12, 2022: Symbiosis School of Visual Arts and Photography (formerly Symbiosis School of Photography), has announced its series of offline events to be held in six cities across India – Vadodara (August 17), Kolkata (August 18), Delhi ( August 20), Chandigarh (August 21) and Pune (August 23). Those …

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August Wilson’s childhood home reborn as Hill District arts center

When playwright August Wilson was born in 1945, his family lived in a two-room apartment on the second floor of a red-brick building on Bedford Avenue in the Hill District. While the sidewalk in front offered an unobstructed view of downtown Pittsburgh’s skyscrapers, the apartment was cramped. For years, Wilson …

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The Women of Influence Forum workshop: Learn how to create more seats at the table

One of the best ways to learn and grow is sharing experiences, being vulnerable and collaborating with others, that’s what this workshop that complements the Women of Influence Forum is designed to create for participants. The forum’s “Creating a Seat at the Table” workshop, which launches HousingWire Annual on October …

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Offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock spoke to the media

As fall camp heats up, the coaches speak to the media for the first time in a minute. Earlier this week, LSU’s offensive coordinator spoke up. Buy Tigers tickets Mike Denbrock said the offense is starting to take shape and he’s happy with the direction the unit is heading. He …

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Wexford teenagers attend international youth leadership seminar

A group of teenagers from County Wexford were among 250 young people from around the world who gathered in Kildare for Foróige, “Leadership for Life Youth Conference”, on Friday. he conference, which kicked off at the NUI Maynooth grounds on Tuesday, brings together young people from the United States, Ukraine, …

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El Paso deputy helps Uvalde investigate shooting three years after his town’s massacre

BY ARIANA PEREZ CASTELS/Texas Tribune State Representative Joe Moody sits in the auditorium of St. Luke’s Catholic Church in El Paso on August 3, 2019, preparing for a religious retreat with a group of worshipers. That day, they were talking about community. “A big part of that discussion was kind …

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The City organizes public planning workshops | News, Sports, Jobs

The Town of Minot will organize a second series of public land use planning workshops as part of the update of its master plan. The three meetings will focus on five identified growth areas in Minot: Downtown, Flooded Neighborhoods, Southwest Growth Area, Northwest Growth Area, and Offshore Growth …

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After further review, the games will continue

High school football teams no longer have to worry about a red flag interrupting their season before it begins thanks to an agreement between the Cleveland Football Officials Association and area athletic conferences. The CFOA had hinted at a potential boycott of Week 1 games due to a pay scale …

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Rangitīkei District Council part of ombudsman inquiry into council workshops

Rangitīkei District Council is part of an investigation by the Chief Ombudsman into local councils using “workshops” to discuss council issues away from the public eye. Photo / Bevan Conley Rangitīkei District Council is one of eight councils included in the Chief Ombudsman’s inquiry into local democracy practices. Concerns have …

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Lawmaker helps Uvalde fire investigation three years after his town’s massacre

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. State Representative Joe Moody sits in the auditorium of St. Luke’s Catholic Church in El Paso on August 3, 2019, preparing for a religious retreat with a group of …

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Cardinal Tagle at the Lambeth Conference: “Let’s dream together”

Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle addresses the Lambeth Conference being held at the University of Kent July 26-August 8 and offers his contribution to the theme with a talk on “The Church of 1 Peter for the Decade Ahead “. By the editor of Vatican News On Saturday, Cardinal Luis Antonio …

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Housing of the subject for the next episode of seminars in Steamboat

“America’s Dysfunctional Housing Market” arrives in Steamboat Springs on Monday, August 8, as expert Christopher Ptomey leads a presentation for seminars at Steamboat. Ptomey is the executive director of the Urban Land Institute’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, and he will join Steamboat seminars to discuss the effects of the “dysfunctional …

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Africa Roundtable brings together climate projects and funding entities under one roof: Mohieldin – Foreign Affairs – Egypt

During the closing session of the African Roundtable titled “Towards COP27: African Regional Forum on Climate Initiatives to Finance Climate Action”, held in Addis Ababa from August 2-4, Mohieldin said that the forum was about investing in different areas of climate action. , and underscored the importance of balancing investments …

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A new project at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin explores crowdsourcing for the Anthropocene

Thanks for talking to us today! Can you tell us about your establishment? The Museum für Naturkunde Berlin – Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science is an integrated research-based museum within the Leibniz Association. It is one of the most important research institutions in the world in the fields …

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Health Watch USA 2022 will examine frontline workplace safety during COVID-19

The 16th annual conference will feature speakers from around the world, offer continuing education credits, and be held as a webinar on September 14, 2022. It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating in so many ways for the frontline worker, from the virus itself to threats of …

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EECI Business Seminars make their final stop in Roosevelt Park on August 6 By Sentinel News Service – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentinel

EECI Business Seminars make their final stop at Roosevelt Park on August 6 By Sentinel News Service EECI seminars include presentations on various business areas. (courtesy photo) The Entrepreneur Educational Center (EECI) is hosting the final leg of its series of free business seminars open to the public this Saturday, …

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Meet the 7 UCLA Health startups selected for its Health Equity Accelerator

As part of their work to advance healthcare innovation, some healthcare systems and technology companies are rolling out accelerator programs to give young startups the resources they need to develop healthcare products. digital. Recently, other accelerators specifically focused on health equity have emerged, such as the programs set up by …

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UAPB will offer a three-part beginners beekeeping workshop in August

The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) will host a three-part beekeeping workshop for beginners. All three sessions will take place at UAPB, August 11, 18, and 25 in the SJ Parker 1890 Extension Complex auditorium located at 2300 LA “Prexy” Davis Drive. Workshops will start at 10 a.m. …

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Bill Belichick Press Conference 8/2

HEAD COACH BILL BELICHICK PRESS CONFERENCEAugust 2, 2022 BB: Morning. Second day of camp this week, started well yesterday, obviously a lot to work on. Hopefully we will see an improvement today. We had a chance to go through the film, straighten some things out, guys getting used to being …

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The Riccarton Seminar: Hearts await their fate as Europa League draw works intricately

Register to our Hearts newsletter No Tynecastle team has experienced continental group stage football in its current format. Excitement is building among fans and players, who will complete their morning training session before heading upstairs to watch the Europa League play-off draw live from UEFA at 12pm. One of the …

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Nemours Children’s, Delaware Congressional Delegation Host HHS Secretary Becerra for a Children’s Mental Health Forum

August 1, 2022 WILMINGTON, Del. – Today, Monday, August 1, 2022, Nemours Children’s Health hosted Xavier Becerra, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, at the Nemours Estate in Wilmington, Delaware, for a forum on improving mental health and behavior of children. Forum attendees included leaders and …

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Workshops dig memories and landscapes to create a Morenci almanac | The era of copper

When Sam Oberter followed the lights of Morenci off the highway and into town about five years ago, he entered a new world. “I had never seen a copper mine before,” he told a handful of residents on folding chairs in the former Clifton train depot turned into a visitor …

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Quick Hitters From Tennessee Volunteers Media Days Press Conference

The Tennessee Volunteers are scheduled to open fall camp tomorrow, August 1, and before camp begins, Josh Heupel, Tim Banks and Alex Golesh met with the media to discuss his football team. Below are our first fast hitters from the outing. Excitement, Growth, Confidence, Competition Much like Heupel has done …

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Postock! The local nickname for Wilderness Festival glamping, Michelin cooking and sex seminars

Postock! The local nickname for the Wilderness Festival – home to luxury glamping, Michelin-starred cuisine and erotic wellness sex seminars Britain’s fanciest festival is about to open in the rolling Cotswolds countryside Wilderness offers £6,000 yurts, mindfulness classes and Champagne picnics Old Etonian and Homeland actor Damian Lewis to perform …

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Argentinian authorities highlight measures taken against human trafficking — MercoPress

Argentinian authorities highlight measures taken against human trafficking Saturday July 30, 2022 – 10:18 UTC At least 216 children and teenagers have been rescued in recent years from what Cafiero called “21st century slavery”. Argentine Ministers Santiago Cafiero (Foreign Affairs) and Martín Soria (Justice and Human Rights) highlighted …

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City of Bellevue plans for next 20 years with workshops open to community

As we have already shared, Bellevue is planning for the next 20 years. The community is invited to learn about the issues and share ideas on housing, sustainability and mobility. According to the City of Bellevue, over the next 20 years the city expects 70,000 additional jobs and at least …

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Major renovations for Little Rock Trojans as school prepares to change conferences | KLRT

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – There are a lot of changes going on at the Little Rock Trojans campus, many of which are in the athletics department. For 31 years the Trojans have been part of the Sun Belt Conference, but now the sun has set. Starting this coming school year, …

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First National Bank of Syracuse Announces New Date for Eminent Business Strategists Seminar

SYRACUSE, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The First National Bank (FNB) of Syracuse is proud to announce the new event date for a free seminar with best-selling author and business strategist Mark Levy. On August 3, the bank will bring Levy to Garden City, Kansas to speak at the Clarion Inn as part of …

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SDCC: AEW’s Darby Allin on when he realized pairing up with Sting would work, historic match with CM Punk

Author’s Note: The following interview clips of Darby Allin were excerpted from a panel discussion with other journalists. This transcript has been edited for clarity and to include only 411 questions and answers. During San Diego Comic-Con 2022, 411mania was on hand for a series of roundtable interviews with the …

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Workshops to support creative practice

A new series of workshops will provide essential inspiration, skills and support for artists of all kinds. Castlemaine State Festival and Good Shed Arts have announced a new series of six two-day workshops offering essential inspiration, skills and support to artists of all kinds who are shaping or rethinking their …

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Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) Global Market Demand and Accurate Outlook 2021-2026 | Destination Group 360, CSI DMC, CWT

𝗦𝘆𝗻𝗼𝗽𝘀𝗶𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗥𝗲𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁 – Europe is expected to occupy the dominant position in the global market due to the increasing number of business trips. According to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), Germany, the UK, France, Spain and Italy account for 70% of the European business travel market. In …

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Army Holds First Peace Support Seminar in Abuja – The Sun Nigeria

By Molly Kilete, Abuja A 4-day seminar on peace support operations organized by the Nigerian army has opened in Abuja. The seminar, themed “Nigeria in the Contemporary Peace Support Operations Environment”, aims to deepen collaborations between the Nigerian military, sister services and security agencies with a view to improving the …

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Robert C. O’Brien, Former U.S. Ambassador and National Security Advisor, Named Distinguished Senior Fellow at Pepperdine School of Public Policy

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. MALIBU, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Pepperdine School of Public Policy (SPP) today announced that Robert C. O’Brien, former United States Ambassador and 27th National Security Advisor (NSA), will join its program as a …

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Workshop: Stories for arguing in action

Are you an educator in a formal or informal setting? Do you find it difficult to speak or teach about Israel? Join educators and co-authors Abi Dauber Sterne and Robbie Gringras in a workshop that shows how to have difficult conversations – arguments, even! – about Israel. Never miss the …

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SEC coaches have mixed feelings about conference expansion

ATLANTA, Ga. (KBTX) — Last summer, the SEC kicked off the latest phase of college football: realignment, expansion, and more. After hearing from Commissioner Greg Sanky and other coaches in Atlanta last week, there are mixed emotions about the future of college football. “The Southeastern Conference is stronger now than …

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The RNTU organizes a seminar on international skills for green hydrogen

A one-day seminar was organized jointly under the aegis of the Center of Excellence “Tagore Institute of Rural Management” of Rabindranath Tagore University and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP). The theme of the symposium is “International Competencies for Green Hydrogen”. As Chief Guest, Director of United Nations Environment Program …

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Carbon workshops are popular with farmers

Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) declares its Trees on Farms: Opportunities with Carbon The workshops are a hit with farmers across the country. The workshops, which aim to improve farmers’ understanding of the Emissions Trading System (ETS) and the zero carbon bill, help identify ways to generate financial return …

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Lewes creative writers will meet online August 19-20

The Lewes Public Library welcomes attendees to the 15th Annual Lewes Creative Writers Conference to be held online Friday and Saturday, August 19-20, via Zoom. An evening of original readings by workshop presenters will kick off the event at 5 p.m. on August 19. A one-day conference will begin at …

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Austin hosts New York Red Bulls in non-conference game

New York Red Bulls (9-6-6, third in the Eastern Conference) vs. Austin FC (12-4-5, second in the Western Conference) Austin, TX; Sunday, 8 p.m. EDT FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK ROW: Austin FC +129, New York +194, Draw +250; over/under is 2.5 goals BOTTOM LINE: Austin hosts the New York Red Bulls in …

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Seminar organized on awareness of traffic rules and regulations

The Guidance, Career Planning and Placement Center at Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology held a seminar on ‘Traffic Rules and Regulations Awareness’ on Friday. KARACHI, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – July 22, 2022): The Guidance, Career Planning and Placement Center at Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology held …

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The Gilbertsville art studio celebrates its 32nd anniversary

July 21 – Attendees of the 32nd Annual Gilbertsville Community Arts Workshop were busy on Wednesday, painting T-shirts commemorating a week of learning new skills. Reverend Randy Palada said he started the art workshop while pastoring Gilbertsville Baptist Church to give children in the community something to do for a …

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Australian Enterprise Blockchain Conference: brought together developers and technicians

Zug, Switzerland July 20, 2022: The BSV Blockchain Association sponsored the first Australia-based Enterprise Blockchain Developer Conference and Workshop. The two-day event provided Queensland-based entrepreneurs working in the blockchain space workshops and access to blockchain professionals who are using technology to power their businesses right now. Event hosts include: Elas, …

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Udupi: University level seminar on ‘phonetics and linguistics’ held at Milagres College

Press release Udupi, July 20: The Association of Teachers of English (AET – MU), the Department of English, led by the Director of Milagres College, Dr. Vincent Alva, and his colleagues, and the IQAC team led by its Coordinator, Dr. Jayaram Shettigar, co-hosted a University Level Workshop/Symposium on ‘Basics …

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MU Extension workshops help families tackle succession planning

Successfully transitioning from a family farm business to the next generation does not happen overnight. Wesley Tucker, an agricultural business specialist at the University of Missouri Extension, says it takes planning and “communication, communication, communication.” To help families start the succession planning process and initiate communication, Tucker and a team …

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7th Avenue District branding process starting in August

The Downtown Advisory Council for the City of Hendersonville will bring in Greenville consultants, Arnett Muldrow & Associates, to guide the community vision and branding process for the 7th Avenue District on August 9 with a series stakeholder roundtables and a public comment meeting, according to a July 15 press …

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WV Statewide Technology Conference held in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WBOY) – West Virginia Network (WV NET) is hosting the “West Virginia Statewide Technology Conference” July 18-20 at the Morgantown Event Center and Morgantown Mariott. It has brought together several hundred educators, consultants, managers, and administrators who work from K-12 through college to share tech secrets with others. …

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MBR Technical Seminar – News Today

Hubert Enviro Care Systems (HECS) P Ltd held a Technical Seminar on Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Based Wastewater and Effluent Treatment Plants in Hospitals in conjunction with PWD (Medical Division) and Christian Medical College (CMC) ), Velolore During the seminar, K Ayeratharasu Rajasekharan, Superintendent Engineer, PWD Medical Wing Chennai pointed out …

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Technical workshops offered at the International Women’s Film Festival in Kozhikode

Filmmakers Aisha Sultana ( Flush), Tara Ramanujan ( nishidho), Mini GI ( Divorce) and Sunitha C. ( 21 hours) took part in an open forum at the International Women’s Film Festival in Kozhikode and debated on the theme “Digital cinema and the presence of women in technical sections” on Sunday. …

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Over 1,300 Falun Dafa Adherents Attend Annual Conference in Toronto

Falun Dafa adherents from across Canada attended a conference in Toronto on July 16 to hear speakers talk about their spiritual journeys, with some sharing about having their homeland of China to avoid persecution for their beliefs. More than 1,300 practitioners of Falun Dafa, a Chinese spiritual practice of self-improvement …

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G20 High-Level Seminar on Macroeconomic Policy Mix

(MENAFN-Caribbean News Global) By Janet L. Yellen Just as the post-COVID-19 recovery was taking hold, Russia’s unwarranted war on Ukraine sent shockwaves through the global economy. Indeed, the fallout from this shock wave is at the center of our discussions in Bali. Russia’s war has propagated a commodity price shock …

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Growing Relationships with Urban Legislators

By Sunny Anderson Geography and large membership places urban county agricultural offices in a unique position to advocate for agriculture to elected officials. Raghela Scavuzzo, associate director of food systems development at the Illinois Farm Bureau; Lauren Williams, senior associate director of national affairs at the New York Farm Bureau; …

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Australian delegation to Vizag today to explore opportunities

roundtables, one-to-one business matchmaking and networking events. — Image from DC File” title=”Amarnath said the delegation includes 90 business leaders representing more than 60 organizations dealing with mining, minerals and METS, education, training and energy. It is led by Deputy Prime Minister Roger Cook. There will be meetings between delegates …

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Youth will visit Sandwell Park for a series of nature workshops

Project manager Ida Fabrizio with volunteers, left, Issac Rodgerson and Jordan Hale. RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve, located around part of Forge Mill Lake in Sandwell Valley National Park, hosts the activities. It was organized for local people aged 16-30 from The Prince’s Trust who are not in education, employment …

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Pac-12 teams ranked by football conference championships

The Pac-12 is packed with great programs (so far) and unlike other conferences across the country, the conference has seen many different schools win the conference title in football. When you think of the modern Pac-12, outside of the brief USC dynasty and Oregon’s run from 2009 to 2011, there …

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Dr. Scott Hill of Baptist Road Dental is hosting an evening implant seminar on July 15

Colorado Springs, USA – July 14, 2022 — Baptist Road Dental in Monument, CO is a dental practice focused entirely on the health and well-being of patients. Baptist Road Dental provides a wide variety of dental services for the Monument and Gleneagle community, ranging from preventative care and general dentistry …

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Repair grants will be released in installments

At Wednesday’s meeting, the Evanston Repairs Committee voted unanimously to have Robin Rue Simmons succeed Council Member Peter Braithwaite as Chair and also decided to release additional repair grants as they go along. as funds become available. Robin Rue Simmons (Photo by Genie Lemieux) Additionally, city staff reported that the …

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City and Urban Land Institute Announce Squire Road Urban Planning Workshop

Journal Special On Wednesday, July 13, the Town of Revere and the Urban Land Institute will co-host an urban planning workshop focusing on Squire Road and its ability to accommodate multimodal access to enable and connect mixed uses along the corridor. Squire Road (Route 60) in Revere is a major …

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An excellent case study from the Direct-to-Consumer Wine Conference

Many wine corks on a dark wooden background texture with a place for text. A horizontal design … [+] template for tasting invitation or restaurant menu Getty The Sovos/Ship Compliant conference took place this summer in Napa Valley with some notable differences. The first was its focus on diversity and …

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Indiana Barn Fire Seminar Approved for HISA Continuing Education Credit – Horse Racing News

by Press release|07.12.2022|12:16 p.m. The Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance (ITA) is proud to have approval from the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) for three hours of continuing education credit for its Barn Fire Seminar to be held on Saturday, July 16. . This seminar will introduce what riders and barn …

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Round table on opioids planned; information to share on how to help

A community roundtable on the opioid epidemic is due to be held this Thursday, and key crisis fighters hope to educate local residents about recognizing and responding to drug overdoses. According to the Arkansas Department of Social Services, in 2021 there were 211 opioid-related deaths in Arkansas. In 2022, 2.19 …

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Midwest college grudge games disappear in conference realignment Missouri Independent

My wife’s stepfather, Mike, was notoriously slow to soften. This was especially true if you were me, the naïve, high-spirited kid dating his stepdaughter. A special interaction between us lives in family traditions. I came to visit Kansas City as a freshman photojournalism student at the University of Missouri. However, …

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Seminar features science communication experts at UBC

Science blogging, illustration, and journalism each had their moments at a science communication seminar hosted by the Behavioral Neuroscience Seminar Team on Friday, July 8. The event was led by graduate neuroscience student Alyssa Ash as part of a professional development series. The seminar introduced researchers to various ways to …

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A flood of ideas

The first edition of Night of Ideas in Malta celebrated the collective in creation. The French Embassy in Malta, in collaboration with Spazju Kreattiv, the Alliance Française de Malte-Méditerranée and the French Institute of Paris organized the very first Night of Ideas in Malta on Saturday March 12 at Spazju …

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Elon Musk avoids talk of deal on Twitter at Sun Valley mogul rally – source

SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks during the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles, California, U.S., June 13, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake/ Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register July 9 (Reuters) – Elon Musk avoided discussing the collapsed Twitter deal, only repeating claims of problems with …

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Lincoln Electric Opens Registration for Structural Steel Connections Seminars

Earn CEUs and advanced knowledge of codes, materials, techniques and challenges during week-long programs at the Welding Technology and Training Center. ©Виталий Сова – stock.adobe.com Lincoln Electric has opened enrollment for its welding courses, with a plan to focus on code standards. As part of Lincoln Electric’s Blodgett Design Seminars, …

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The Victoria Flamenco Festival returns with in-person performances and dance workshops next week

(John Robertson 2019 Victoria Flamenco Festival) Get your dancing shoes ready, Victoria! The Victoria Flamenco Festival is back, for its tenth consecutive year, featuring a mix of local and international dancers, singers and guitarists collaborating to bring their love of the fiery art form straight to you! This year, the …

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Gerhart’s Garden in North Ridgeville turns 30 – Morning Journal

Gerhart’s Garden, located at 33840 Lorain Road in North Ridgeville, is thrilled to celebrate its 30th anniversary in October. The Farmer’s Market, which began in 1992, has a rich history from its humble beginnings. Original owner and founder Norman Gerhart started the business with his wife Mona Lou shortly after …

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Akron organizers call for police reform at press conference

Several organizing groups in Akron released a full list of police demands at a Thursday morning news conference following the shooting death of Jayland Walker by Akron police. The Freedom BLOC, Serve the People Akron, and Akron Democratic-Socialists of America criticized the city’s response to the ongoing protests following the …

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Signing session, seminar, art workshops today, Saturday at the library

By Neil Sturdevant | on July 07, 2022 Naomi Nye, the young poet laureate of the United States. There will be a book signing and presentation by author and professional advisor Jim Gardner today, July 7 at 4 p.m. at El Progreso Memorial Library, followed by a free workshop on …

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InterFace Healthcare Real Estate 2022

France Media and InterFace Conference Group are pleased to announce that the 13th Annual InterFace Healthcare Real Estate National Conference will take place on September 8 in Dallas. The event will feature seven timely panel discussions as well as panel discussions and a networking reception on the afternoon/evening of September …

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Santa Clara County Launches Virtual Workshops Seeking Community Ideas About Housing Needs

Santa Clara County has launched the Housing Element Update 2023-2031, to guide housing construction and planning in unincorporated areas of Santa Clara County for the next eight years. A series of community outreach events have been planned and people are invited to share their opinions and participate in the process. …

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Halifax to host 1st Annual International Black Health Conference this fall

The first annual international conference on black health will take place in Halifax in October. The three-day conference will give healthcare professionals, educators, policy makers and community members from across Canada and the United States the opportunity to discuss the best ways to address and improve health disparities. health in …

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JSMU Hosts Seminar on Emerging Breast Cancer Trends

The exponential growth of artificial intelligence will be able to identify patients at high risk for cancer – even without symptoms – and provide better, less aggressive treatment options and improve survival rates. This was shared in a seminar organized by the Institute of Medical Technology-Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) …

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Religious leaders pray together ahead of FoRB government conference

Fiona Bruce, MP His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos, Coptic Orthodox Archbishop of London, and the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen, Bishop of Truro, will host a prayer breakfast in London on Wednesday July 6 where Fiona Bruce MP, Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Freedom of religion or belief, will deliver the opening …

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ICCDI to Launch Series of Net Zero Workshops in Nigeria

The International Climate Change Development Initiative (ICCDI) Africa, known as “Climate”, is about to launch a series of workshops to expand public knowledge about the concept of net zero, by particularly in the context of Nigeria. This comes against the backdrop of President Muhammadu Buhari’s engagement at COP26 in Glasgow, …

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A brief history of college football conferences

Our friend Dan Harralson from Vols Wire produces some really great stories and historical photo galleries. If you’ve never checked out Vols Wire before, now is the perfect time to do so. Dan watches the realignment unfold with the rest of us in the college sports industry. He produced a …

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Church Safety Seminar scheduled for July 16 in Stillwater | New

STILLWATER — The Oklahoma Church Security Association will sponsor a church security seminar in Stillwater later this month. The Safety Seminar will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 16 at University Heights Baptist Church, 323 S. Knoblock. Check-in will begin at 7:30 a.m. There will be no …

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This 4th of July House GOP Pledges to Respect Our Fundamental Freedoms

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The United States of America is the largest country in the history of the world. Republicans in the House of Representatives want it to stay that way. This July 4th marks 246 years since the Founding Fathers declared three self-evident truths: that …

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