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Things To Do: Paper Gliders, White Oak Music Hall, November 25, 2022

There are aptly named songs, and then there’s “Squad Goals,” the new single from Houston indie rockers Paper Gliders. The track’s title and dynamic vibe captures this specific moment for the band and the city, making it slightly better than perfect. Freshly pressed vinyl copies of the single will be …

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In the kitchen with private chefs

Have a knife, will travel Home chefs live in a world where knives travel, arriving in home kitchens to create gourmet delights for homeowners who lack the skills or time to create on their own. It looks glamorous. But sometimes the kitchens themselves can be a little tricky. And sometimes …

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Huhtamaki’s exclusive high-precision breakthrough technology provides home compostable paper-based coffee capsules for Nespresso and millions of coffee lovers

Huhtamaki Oyj Huhtamaki_coffee capsule made from compostable paper Huhtamaki_coffee capsule made from compostable paper President and CEO of Huhtamaki_Charles Heaulme President and CEO of Huhtamaki_Charles Heaulme ‘Nespresso coffee – official photo’ by Nespresso ‘Nespresso coffee – official photo’ by Nespresso Huhtamaki, a global provider of sustainable packaging solutions, launched an …

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New book traces the paper trail of Montana’s history

Collector and historian Thomas Minckler has spent half a century collecting 19th and early 20th century letters and documents, vintage photographs, rare books and paintings. He shares these collections in his new book Montana: A Paper Trail. Nathaniel Des Marais, a veteran America West scholar, wrote of the more than …

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Screenshot Saturday Monday: crayons and a groovy wizard

Every weekend, indie developers showcase their work in progress on Twitter #screenshotsSaturday label. And every Monday, I offer you a selection of these shots and clips. This week we have another great one, as my eye was caught by groovy wizardry, lightning-fast movement, and very striking colored pencils. Come see!

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Artist Creates Life-Size Paper Figures Of Genshin Impact Characters

Artist Tobyn Jacobs has created this impressive and highly detailed life-size paper figure of Noelle from Genshin Impact. (Photos: @TobynJacobs Twitter) You think you’ve seen it all with the creativity of Genshin Impact the community can get. There’s the incredible fan art, intricate cosplays, song remixes, and even fan-made merchandise. …

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The owner of the largest art gallery in the ABQ is retiring

Published on November 16, 2022 at 3:53 p.m., Last updated November 17, 2022 at 11:40 a.m. In a career spanning the state art centers of Taos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque, Roy Johnson has taken the hits. This story also appeared in Southwest Capital Bank “Taos is hard; there is no …

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Pittsburgh’s Top Events: November 17-23

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of Pittsburgh Pet Expo Pittsburgh Pet Show IRL = real life event; VIRTUAL = streaming or online event only; HYBRID = Mix of In Real Life and Online events Thu 17 Nov THEATER • IRLOf course, Rudolph is for children, but Lincoln …

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Pop Paper City – A new 3D children’s series created with Maxon One | national company

BAD HOMBURG, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov 15, 2022– Pop Paper City is a 3D children’s series produced by LoveLove Films in the UK. Pop Paper City sees a group of paper characters go on crafty adventures with the help of their live guardian Helping Hand. The series comprises 52 episodes of 11 …

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Ruth B. shares Paper Airplanes music video

Ruth B just released a new music video for “Paper Airplanes”, a song she performed for the soundtrack of The blues of a jazzman. The film, Tyler Perry’s the newest project for Netflix, was released on the streaming platform on September 23, 2022. “Paper Airplanes” was written by Ruth B. …

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The Big Issue Christmas art wrapping paper is back

David White Be kind “The mice came from a really interesting time in my life, which at the time was incredibly traumatic. Over the summer my wife became seriously ill and was on the verge of not surviving. She is fine now, but back then it was incredibly disturbing and …

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Leaked Rajasthan Forest Guard paper: Answer sheet shared on WhatsApp ahead of exam; 2 arrested

Chaos has been created among the candidates who took part in the RSMSSB Forest Guard Exam 2022 after the answer sheet was allegedly shared on WhatsApp and social media platforms. Rajasthan police have arrested two men, including a government employee, in this regard. According to media reports, RSMSSB Forest Guard …

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PAPER TRAILS Art exhibition to give the public a glimpse into the lives of prisoners

A unique art exhibit features local artists and their portrayals of Arkansas prisoners in an effort to shed light on the experiences of those living behind bars. The prison portrait project will be on view from 6-9 p.m. Friday at The New Deal Gallery, 2003 S. Louisiana St., Little Rock. …

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No Monday newspaper, but an expanded Sunday newspaper to come

The dispatch is moving forward with plans to drop its Monday edition this week and expand its Sunday edition. No Monday newspapers will be printed tomorrow, although reporters will work and publish stories on the company’s website, Dispatch editor Peter Imes said. “We remain committed to our print product and …

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Create your own personalized wrapping paper with Fujifilm!

We know it might be a little early for some to start thinking about vacations, but they’re just around the corner. And if, like us, you’re someone who starts preparing gift ideas in advance, be sure to save them in your favorites folder. Fujifilm is giving users a fun new …

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Lisa Hilli | The Saturday newspaper

Lisa Hilli has been drawn to different forms of making since she was a teenager in suburban Brisbane. The artist, who was born in Rabaul, has ancestry from Papua New Guinea as well as a heritage that stretches back to Finland, England and South Africa. She has dedicated her career …

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POLITIX reminds men to dress for Movember via paper rock scissors

Paper rock scissors collaborated with POLITIX Clothing for men for its fifth year as an official partner of Movember. Thanks to a creative campaign featuring Sydney-based artist and designer, Nathan Johnson. The campaign aims to capture the importance of Movember with phrases such as “Everything you grow will save a …

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Paper Stone Scissors works with POLITIX Menswear for Movember campaign

Paper Stone Scissors and POLITIX Menswear have collaborated on a Movember campaign for the fifth year. The announcement: This year, we focused on connecting through the spoken and visual word to represent the brand’s commitment to Speak Up, Show Up and Suit Up for Men’s Health via a $10 donation …

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More Than Local Food – Charleston City Paper

Restaurants team up with Charleston artists to offer Lowcountry dining experience Imagine you are finishing a delicious meal in one of the restaurants in Charleston, and savoring the flavors, you notice something on the plate in front of you: the edge of the plate is not smooth all around; there …

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Election Day patience encouraged with paper voting system

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) – Tuesday is Election Day and across the country voters are gearing up to cast their ballots, if they haven’t already. In Lubbock County, polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Officials from the Lubbock County Elections Office suggest getting to the polls as …

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Student paper wins awards at home – Experiment

A total of 12 awards were won by LMC newspaper staff. The Los Medanos College Experience won a total of 12 awards announced at the annual North Regional Conference of the Community College Journalism Association. The prizes included two first-place, three second-place, and third-place prizes, among others. Experience staff also …

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Wordle Answer Today #503 (Friday November 4th)

Looking for the Wordle Answer for Friday, November 4, 2022? They say we all have a destiny, and for Wordle puzzle squares, there’s only one satisfying outcome: turning green when you get the right letter in the right space. You wouldn’t deny a simple square its fate, would you? They …

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NONPOINT shares lyric video for “Paper Tigers”

NO DOT released the official lyric video for their latest single, “Paper Tigers”. The song, originally made available in September through the band’s independent label 361 degree recordingswas crossed out by Chris Collierthe producer, engineer, mixer and multi-instrumentalist who worked with CORN, WHITE SNAKE, LYNCH MOB, Mick March and much …

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Acne Paper unveils its latest issue, the most important art issue yet – Rain

acne paper from Acne Studios relaunched last year with an iconic 500-page issue. The magazine unveils its latest edition today, Acne Paper 17. A hybrid between a book and a magazine, the new format is part biography, part novel, part cultural art journal and part fashion magazine – an experimental …

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Shred paper for free in Essex County during the Saturday event

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ – Essex County will bring back its paper shredding day for another round on Saturday, November 5. The event – which is free to county residents – will take place from 8 a.m. to noon at the Essex County Department of Public Works, 99 West Bradford Avenue …

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Chickasaw County Voters to Use Ballots in Upcoming Election

Houston, Miss. (WCBI) – Voters in Chickasaw County will notice a big change when they head to the polls next week. For the first time in years, votes will be marked on paper ballots. For two weeks, Chickasaw County election workers were trained on the new machines, which will electronically …

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Joss Paper Cage Fire Melts Yishun Road Sign, LTA Reminds Public To Be Responsible

Joss Paper Fire Damages Yishun Road Sign, LTA Lodges Police Report On some occasions, some members of the Chinese community can be spotted burning incense paper around Singapore. This is usually done in joss paper bins or purpose-built cages. And while that’s the responsible thing to do, it seems that …

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Redux celebrates 20 years with an annual auction

Redux Contemporary Art Center’s annual art auction returns November 19 to celebrate the organization’s 20th anniversary. With a live auction featuring approximately 150 works of art from dozens of artists, music from DJ Moldybrain, delicious food and drink, the annual event promises an evening of fun and celebration in its …

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International Paper Awards $20,000 at UWF Community Garden : NorthEscambia.com

The International Paper Pensacola Mill awarded the University of West Florida a capital grant of $20,000 from the International Paper Foundation. Funding from the grant will be used to support UWF’s Community Garden Master Plan by expanding pathway lighting throughout the garden and gazebo. “Together, International Paper and UWF live …

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Jagannath professor under fire for posting answer paper on Facebook

Published: October 29, 2022 7:01:54 p.m. A professor at Jagannath University in Dhaka has come under the spotlight after posting photos of some of the answer papers from an exam recently held in his department on Facebook. Although the teacher, Md Sawkat Jahangir from the Accounting and Information Department, did …

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7 Charleston Cafes and Bakeries with Tasty Pastries

A hot cup of cocoa, coffee, or tea always goes well with classic baked goods like a blueberry muffin or coffee cake. At these seven Charleston cafes and bakeries, you’ll find traditional treats and creative, fun baked goods you won’t find anywhere else in town. Annie O’Love’s Cookie Cafe1901 Ashley …

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Don’t Look Away | The Saturday newspaper

Emmett Till had three caskets. When her body arrived in Chicago, it was nailed in the first of them: a pine box, nameless and utilitarian, indifferent to the meaning of what it carried. Till had been killed by racists in Mississippi in 1955. He was beaten and shot, his body …

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The Real Life of Fred Again 3

Fred Gibson’s artist nickname inspires a unique kind of apathy. His name, by its very nature, seems anticlimactic – seen on a festival lineup or a Spotify playlist, one might think “Oh, there’s still Fred”, or “It’s Fred, again”, or, at worst , “Fred? Again?” It’s a name with a …

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Santa Fe sheriff submits ‘rust’ investigation to prosecutors

Published on October 27, 2022 at 6:06 p.m. SANTA FE, NM (AP) — A sheriff’s department presented its investigative findings to prosecutors Thursday in the death of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on a New Mexico film set in October 2021 . Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office spokesman …

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INTERVIEW: “9,000 paper balloons” can finally be experienced in person

Photo: 9000 Paper Balloons, by Maiko Kikuchi and Spencer Lott, will play the Japan Society. Photo courtesy of HERE / Provided by Matt Ross PR with permission. The new puppet and animation show 9000 paper balloons was put on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but creators Maiko Kikuchi and …

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Non-profit, task force against labor and sex trafficking

Sexual abuse was so rampant when Kat Wehunt was growing up in Florida that she thought it happened in every family. Then a relative started selling her for sex. And then he got her on drugs and pimped her to golfers at a club where he worked. The last time …

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Paper towns are just a few pages in Omaha’s history books

Stu Pospisil Omaha World-Herald Take a look at these South Omaha scenes over the years. Dryden, Orient, Chicago, Iron Bluffs, Bridgeport and Santillo. These were the paper towns of Douglas County. Most never made it past the veneer stage, and nearly all fell into the chipper known …

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IAAM Launches History Harvest Project to Preserve History

The International African American Museum (IAAM), in partnership with two Johns Island churches, will host Charleston’s first-ever History Harvest event to help people preserve family histories. History Harvest is a digital archive of historical artifacts from communities across the United States, a project originally started by the University of Nebraska. …

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BDN Wins Maine’s Best Daily, Sawyer Loftus Wins Highest Honor for Young Journalists

BAR HARBOR, Maine – The Bangor Daily News won the Excellence in Print award in the statewide daily newspaper category, and a reporter received the highest honor for young journalists on Saturday at the Maine Press Association annual conference. Members of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association, who judged the contest, …

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How To Select The Right Type Of Photo Book Paper For Your Project | Highlighted

Photo by sarandy westfall on Unsplash Looking to create a personalized photo book but don’t know where to start? This guide will help you select the right type of paper for your project. Keep reading to learn more about the different types of photo book paper and how to choose …

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Children’s healing center shows support with huge paper chain

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Grand Rapids Children’s Healing Center is putting its love and support on paper. The center launched a “paper support channel” on October 10, which is World Mental Health Day, and posted the channel around the 7,000 square foot building on Thursday morning. FOX 17 Each …

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Deliver the paper, 1956 | stars and stripes

October is American Archives Month! To celebrate, Stars and Stripes Archives and Library is sharing “behind the scenes” footage of Stripes’ operations, staff and archives throughout the paper’s eight-decade history. Seoul, South Korea, August 1956: Workers load bundles of the Korean edition of Pacific Stars and Stripes onto a truck …

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Silver Halide Photographic Paper Market Share | Analysis of the cost structure and forecast until 2031

Silver Halide Photographic Paper Market Size Silver Halide Photographic Paper Market to Grow at Steady CAGR with Huge Profits by 2031 | ANTHEM, Polaroid, Brother, Fantac, Ilford Market.us also works closely with clients to better understand technology, properties, market environment statistics and help them develop innovative and go-to-market strategies. — …

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Pittsburgh’s Top Events: October 20-26

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of BOOM Concepts Artwork by Camerin “Camo” Nesbit at Black on Black Love Thu Oct 20 ART • IRL Presented by BOOM Concepts, black on black love at 820 Gallery explores the ways in which love is manifested within the black community …

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In Conversation with Groundcover: Ann Arbor’s Street Journal

“Something is happening in this room.” I hadn’t heard many other people talk about a space with as much passion as Groundcover News editor Lindsay Calka talked about their office. I went down late Monday morning to the basement of the Bethlehem United Church of Christ: it was a moving …

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Doctor’s Written Prescription Paper Goes Viral, Drug Names Written in Hindi Instead of English News WAALI

Prescription paper written by doctor went viral, drug names written in Hindi instead of English – Advertising – Madhya Pradesh: There are approximately 193 countries in the world. Each country has its own tradition, culture and language. Everyone loves their mother tongue. Often people go to countries like Germany, Russia …

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Why trees are irreplaceable in the paper products industry

NORTHAMTON, MA/ACCESSWIRE/October 17, 2022/ Commercial forests are essential to the paper products industry and similarly, paper products play an important role in keeping the forest industry strong. We explain why trees are used for many paper products rather than strictly recycled paper or hemp, and how the industry is meeting …

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High paper price hits Egyptian book market

How Raqqa, once the capital of Syria’s Daesh caliphate, regained its Arab cultural pride RAQQA, Syria: It has been five years since the Syrian Democratic Forces raised their flag in the main square of Raqqa, which for four years was the capital of Daesh. The streets and squares of Raqqa …

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Academic portal sees growing interest in article about North Korea’s link to Comfort Woman scam

On August 8, 2022, Waseda University professor Tetsuo Arima and Harvard Law School professor J Mark Ramseyer uploaded “Comfort Women: The North Korean Connection” to the social science research scholarly exchange portal. Network (SSRN). In the article, the two scholars work from a wealth of archival and other documentary evidence …

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Huawei Releases All-Optical Power Communication Network White Paper, Accelerating Power Digital Transformation

DUBAIWATER, October 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — During HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 in Dubai, Huawei Global Electric Power Summit themed “Unleash Digital and Create New Value for Electric Power”, Huawei released the White Paper on All-Optical Power Communication Network Architecture and Technologies to facilitate the digital transformation of the electric power industry. …

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Commanders fans carry paper bags saying ‘Sell the team’ amid owner Dan Snyder’s NFL drama

As owner Dan Snyder continues to be surrounded by drama, some Washington Commanders fans are calling him out for selling the team while wearing a brown paper bag over his head Thursday night in Chicago. The Commanders will be on national television against the Chicago Bears, so there’s no better …

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John Fetterman wins Republican support in latest ad campaign

Click to enlarge A screenshot of one of the “Republicans for Fetterman” ads from John Fetterman’s campaigns John Fetterman’s latest round of campaign ads takes the standard format of voter testimonials and turns it on its head, with vignettes of Republican voters who say they prefer the …

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What it takes to harvest Charleston oysters

Early on the coldest mornings, Jodie Holder dons neoprene waders and chunky rubber boots. In her gloved right hand she holds a hammer. His left hand is encased in a heavy chainmail glove.Holder harvests oysters and is part of the backstory most of us never think about when sucking up …

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Global manufacturing and distribution company buys Port Townsend Paper Corporation

Atlas Holdings announced on Wednesday that it has completed the acquisition of Crown Paper Group, including Port Townsend Paper Corporation and Crown Corrugated Company, an integrated mill and containerboard operation in the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Port Townsend Paper Corporation is a …

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Allentown Paper Fair; Fantastic Instant!

This gallery wall of portrait photography was represented by Marti Steiner Jones and her daughter, Beth Jones, and cost between $50 and $100. Marti is co-owner of Antiques on Elm in Manchester, NH Review and photos by ZG Burnett ALLENTOWN, PENN. – For more than 50 years, the Allentown Paper …

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Fire at Sunbright Paper Recycling shuts down parts of industrial district

Christopher De Los Santos A major industrial fire late Monday closed parts of Imperial Drive and Texas Central Parkway and damaged the center of Sunbright Paper Recycling, the city of Waco’s primary recycling partner. The Waco Fire Department responded at 6:45 p.m. to the industrial fire at the facility located …

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Paper Shoot’s eco-friendly camera (yes, it’s made of paper!) gets a 2-megapixel upgrade

The Paper Shoot Camera is an eco-friendly alternative to disposable cameras, and it really is made from paper! Marketed as a great alternative for those who love the features of disposable cameras, with no need for developing or scanning, the Paper Shoot Camera doesn’t need to be thrown away once …

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What happens when your identity is stolen

I never thought much about my identity until someone tried to steal it. The only indication I had that we had been robbed was a call from the Commonwealth Bank Fraud Department. Apparently my card had been used for several payWave transactions at service stations along Racecourse Road in Flemington. …

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette workers to strike at midnight

Click to enlarge CP Photo: Lisa Cunningham Pittsburgh Post Gazette booth in Downtown Pittsburgh workers for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette represented by three separate unions announced they would strike at midnight to protest the ongoing labor disputes which recently came to a head. According to a …

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Albuquerque’s Best Services – The Paper.

Published on October 5, 2022 at 5:32 p.m., Last update on October 5, 2022 at 5:36 p.m. Albuquerque has excellent service industries that are the economic and cultural backbone of our community and we are proud to support them through The paper.Albuquerque’s Best Awards. Using their resources, skills, ingenuity, and …

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Petro and Blinken share ‘belief of lasting peace’

Secretary of State Blinken receives a traditional ruana. Photo: Presidency After formal introductions, handshakes and mandatory photographs at the Casa de Nariño in Bogotá, it was the thread between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Colombian President Gustavo Petro. As the first leg of a four-day trip to meet …

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PHOTOS: The Paper Kites – Nashville, TN – 09/23/22

The Paper Kites brought their North American tour to The Basement East in Nashville on September 23, 2022. The indie-rock and folk band from Melbourne are known for their folk influence and transcendent music on any record. Lead singer Sam Bentley describes the fluidity of the band, saying, “We’re everything …

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Comment: Exhibitions of works on paper show a wide range of materials and techniques as well as the creativity and imagination of the artists

As you can see, works on paper encompass a wide range of materials and techniques, but the creativity and imagination of the artists puts “the icing on the cake”. I was flipping through invitations to gallery and museum exhibitions that I had saved and noticed that Philip Slein of the …

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Remembering Joe Bussard – Washington City Paper

The first time I heard of Joe Bussard It was in 1998 when my friend Harris Wray phoned me at my office at Washington City Paper and told me he had a story idea for me. It wasn’t long after the Smithsonian reissued an opulent six-CD set of the American …

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Penn State Altoona will exhibit “Paper Planes” by Jennifer Seo

ALTOONA, Pa. — “Paper Planes,” a body of work by Ivyside Juried Art Exhibition winner Jennifer Seo, will run from October 6 through December 10 at the Sheetz Gallery at the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts. The exhibition is free and open to the public. “Paper Planes” features paper …

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An artist cuts white paper to create optical illusions

This article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more information. Using a single sheet of white paper, Parth Kothekar can create mesmerizing works of art. The India-based designer has been carving, cutting and manipulating …

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Series of war films on paper by Brecht, hosted by the DEFA Film Library: UMass Amherst

A mini-series of films curated by the DEFA Film Library will be one of the special features of “Bertolt Brecht’s Paper War,” taking place at Amherst College’s Robert Frost Library from Thursday, September 29 through Wednesday, November 2. . Image The film series, which is available for free on DEFA’s …

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MYSTERY PHOTO, 09/27: Sad piano

Here’s a sad outdoor piano that photographer Ruta Smith recently spotted somewhere in the Charleston area. Where is he? Do you know if it still works? To enter (one entry per person), email your guess, name and hometown to: [email protected] Paper photo of the city by Andy Brack LAST WEEK’S …

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Biden’s press office snubs local Atlanta newspaper during Braves World Series visit

WASHINGTON — The White House press office surprisingly snubbed Atlanta’s major newspaper Monday by banning two of its reporters from covering President Biden’s celebration of the Atlanta Braves’ World Series championship. The stunning affront came about a week after Biden press officers fired four Orthodox Jewish reporters from a presidential …

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Fujifilm raises the price of photo paper and chemicals by 15%

Fujifilm has announced that it is updating its prices for consumable photographic products, namely some of its Crystal Archive color papers, photo chemicals and more. The company says global prices for these products are rising but will vary from region to region. For the United States, this means a 15% …

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At Prada, delicacy and roughness are skillfully presented with a paper-based fabric

A model walks the runway at the Prada fashion show during Milan Womenswear Spring/Summer 2023 Fashion Week on September 22, 2022 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Estrop/Getty Images) MILAN, ITALY: Among the heart-pounding neutral-hued looks that swept through Prada’s Spring/Summer 2023 show along Via Lorenzini on Thursday was an unforeseen …

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Designs come to life thanks to this nifty toy company. – InspirePlus

There aren’t many gifts that truly fit the definition of “one of a kind,” but one South Florida company is an exception — their plush toys are as unique as the person who designed them. That’s right, we said “drawn”. Budsies are plush toys made from drawings, bringing children’s artwork …

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Maya Newell | The Saturday newspaper

Maya Newell is a filmmaker known for her feature documentaries gayby baby (2015), who described the experiences of four children in same-sex families, and In my blood it flows (2019), following the life of a 10-year-old Arrernte healer and hunter, and the tensions between his traditional culture and non-indigenous justice. …

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Thomas Tuchel in post-Brexit visa limbo after Chelsea sacking – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Friday’s national papers… THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY Thomas Tuchel has been left in post-Brexit visa limbo over his ability to stay in the UK following his sacking by Chelsea. Elliot Anderson could soon swap international allegiance from Scotland to England following …

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Former Homewood Artist Vanessa German Wins $250,000 Heinz Prize

Click to enlarge Former Pittsburgher Vanessa German won a $250,000 award for her contribution to the visual arts. She is one of two artists selected nationally for the 2022 Heinz Awards. German says she creates art not only to be admired, but also to bring about change. …

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How Long Beach’s Brown Paper Press Provides a Platform to Marginalized Voices – Daily Bulletin

It took author Cheryl E. Klein about seven years to write her first memoir. It’s a deeply personal LGBTQ+ story about wanting to have a baby, but instead watched her perfectly planned life begin to fall apart after battling infertility, having a miscarriage, and have been diagnosed with breast cancer. …

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How Long Beach’s Brown Paper Press provides a platform for marginalized voices – Press Telegram

It took author Cheryl E. Klein about seven years to write her first memoir. It’s a deeply personal LGBTQ+ story about wanting to have a baby, but instead watched her perfectly planned life begin to fall apart after battling infertility, having a miscarriage, and have been diagnosed with breast cancer. …

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Rockdale County to Host Electronic Recycling + Paper Shredding Event on October 8 – On Common Ground News

ROCKDALE COUNTY – Keep Conyers-Rockdale Beautiful (KCRB) is hosting the second electronic recycling and paper shredding events of 2022 for Rockdale residents and business owners on Saturday, October 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the car park at 1400 Parker Road, Conyers The free half-day event will provide …

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· Imprint · Certified Putnam County Registration Document · Deadline Friday before publication ·

LEGAL NOTICE East of Hudson Watershed Corporation Notice of Executive Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. in person at the EOHWC offices located at 2 Route 164, Patterson, NY 12563 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Putnam County Legislative Budget and Finance Committee …

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Voting by mail is the best paper trail for NJ | Letters

As noted in a September 15 Star-Ledger article (“NJ has expanded voting rights. But it still hasn’t taken steps to protect elections from allegations of fraud”), New Jersey relies still mostly on electronic voting machines that do not produce paper documents that can be used in a manual recount or …

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Winning decade for toilet paper brand Who Gives a Crap

It was a “split of a second epiphany in the toilet” that turned into a multi-million dollar business. Yet when it came time to launch his toilet paper company, Who Gives a Crap, Simon Griffiths found bringing such a “gross and disgusting” bodily function-related product to market was a major …

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Greg Lehman | The Saturday newspaper

Professor Greg Lehman is one of the nation’s foremost voices on Tasmanian Aboriginal history and culture. The art historian, curator and essayist, a descendant of the Trawulwuy people of north-east Tasmania, got her start in the life sciences. Lehman, co-curator of the 2018 flagship exhibition The National Picture: The Art …

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Donna Vincler crowned the winner of the 18th Annual Charm Weddings Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest! | New

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 16, 2022– Donna Vincler of Brentwood, TN was named the winner of the 18th Annual Charm Weddings Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest at Thursday’s Design Showcase. This press release is multimedia. Read the full press release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220913006090/en/ Paige Davis and Donna Vincler with the winning …

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City Holds Paper Shredding and Electronics Recycling Event to Help Keep Rockdale Beautiful | Rockdale

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This limited edition toilet paper is wrapped in beautiful nature photography

Toilet paper company Who Gives a Crap has come up with a new way to display nature photography. Earth: A limited-edition toilet paper is wrapped in stunning animal photography that celebrates the natural wonders of the Earth. “From flying frogs to flamboyant mushrooms to something called Fagradalsfjall, it’s a whole …

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DNP Develops Mono-Material High Barrier Recyclable Paper Sheet for Packaging and Other Industrial Applications | Your money

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 14, 2022– Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP) (TOKYO:7912) has developed an eco-friendly single-material paper packaging sheet that is easy to recycle and has high barrier properties. The new product will be showcased at TOKYO PACK 2022 to be held at Tokyo Big Sight from October 12 to …

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Review: Saoirse Ronan’s winning charm wears a ‘See how they run’

Sam Rockwell (left) and Saoirse Ronan in ‘See How They Run’, part of a wave of old-school thrillers. Photo: Parisa Taghizadeh / Searchlight Pictures Seemingly out of nowhere, there’s been a revival of old-school whodunit, with Kenneth Branagh resurrecting Agatha Christie in two films and Rian Johnson’s fresh take on …

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Q&A: Professor co-authors award-winning article on journalism

Allison Frisch, assistant professor in the journalism department at Ithaca College, co-authored an article that won first place in the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors (ISWNE) “Strengthening Community Journalism” article competition. Frisch worked with Gina Gayle, assistant professor of visual and multimedia storytelling at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, …

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Learn and work without paper cuts – Manila Bulletin

Realme Pad X Imagine this: You are a college student staring at rows of bookshelves filled with books ranging from algebra math to zucchini planting. Like it or not, you have to sift through a pile of material to read. Or as a work-from-home warrior, how close you want your …

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🌱 List of Grand Strand 9/11 events + DMV Docs paper shortage delays

Hello everyone. I’m back in your inbox Saturday morning with the most important things happening locally. Today is September 10, 2022 . Let’s dive into it. 📣 Our readers love to celebrate good news! You can now shout your big announcement at the top of the Myrtle Beach Daily newsletter. …

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Three Lessons in Art on Paper

Anyone who wants to learn anything about art will agree that convention centers are terrible sites for its display. Yet our current art market insists on such shoddy places, convinced that the next great finds will be buried in such bazaar surroundings. Under these circumstances, I find myself at the …

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‘Paper Girls’ canceled by Prime Video after one season; Series will be purchased – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Prime has chosen not to resume a second season of paper girls, his sci-fi series based on the graphic novel by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang. The decision comes just over a month after all eight episodes of season 1 were released on July 29 to a …

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‘Paper Girls’ canceled on Amazon Prime Video after one season

Amazon Prime Video canceled “Paper Girls” after one season. The series was produced by Amazon Studios and Legendary Television in association with Plan B. It is based on the graphic novel series of the same name written by Brian K. Vaughan, illustrated by Cliff Chiang and published by Image Comics. …

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How do the Falcons and Saints match up on paper?

The Falcons and Saints are in entirely different phases of roster construction. Atlanta immersed itself in mountains of dead money to kick off the inevitable rebuilding it still faced. The Falcons roster is deficient in many areas. On the other hand, New Orleans is competing with playoff expectations. The Saints’ …

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