Art district

KESSLER COLLECTION REVEALS PLANS FOR MORE THAN $150 MILLION MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT, EXPANDING NORTH CAROLINA’S FOOTPRINT

ORLANDO, Florida., May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Kessler Collection, a portfolio of 12 art-inspired boutique hotels, continues its expansion across the Southeast by announcing a more than $150 million small-scale mixed-use village development in Cashiers, North Carolinadesigned by architect and urban planner Christian B. Sottile.* Focused on conserving and …

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COLUMN: Rule 1 — Don’t talk about trans Art Club | Columns

So when my daughter was little, I told her that if an adult ever said “don’t tell your mom or your dad about this”, the very first thing she had to do was tell mom and father. Every parent’s fear is of an adult, especially one in a position of …

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Center for Black Culture Gallery showcases community art

The Center for Black Culture Gallery with Nick Guzzo’s photographs on display. Photo credit: Lynn Clouser. Drexel University’s Center for Black Culture (CBC), in partnership with the Drexel Founding Collection, the University’s new flagship art collection, has opened …

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Innovation and technology festival celebrates the new West End district

The festival, which welcomed more than 1,000 guests, included a business creation competition, panel discussions and tours of the new university infrastructure on campus. by Kristin Chapman | 59 minutes ago From May 12-14, the College hosted its first-ever Innovation and Technology Festival to celebrate the West End’s new infrastructure. …

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South County Events, May 15

Town halls: Chula Vista, 5 p.m. Tuesday; Coronados, 4 p.m. Tuesday; Imperial Beach, 6 p.m. Wednesday; national city, 6:00 p.m. Tuesday School Boards: Chula Vista Elementary School District, 6 p.m. Wednesday; Coronado Unified School District, 4 p.m. Thursday, San Ysidro School District, 5 p.m. Thursday; South Bay Union School District …

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BMoCA proposes to move to NoBo Arts District with ‘creative campus’, aiming to bolster city’s arts destination status – Boulder Daily Camera

For 50 years, BMoCA provided the community with a rotating selection of world-renowned designer exhibitions, on-site events, performances and art sales. “From This Day Forward” exhibition curator Tya Anthony examines an interactive piece by Autumn T. Thomas, “Lift Every Voice,” during the opening of the exhibition at the Boulder Museum …

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SP Setia’s Hotel Setia KARYA art campaign unveiled

PETALING JAYA (May 11): SP Setia Bhd unveiled its top six winning artists for its Setia KARYA Hotel Art Campaign competition on Tuesday, May 10 during its judging process and winner announcement at the Setia SPICE Convention Center in Penang. The Setia KARYA Hotel Art Campaign Competition, which ran from …

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Edmonds School District High School Students of the Month for April 2022

Edmonds eLearning Academy Saul SahagunParent Name: Pedro SahagunInterests: I enjoy reading, playing video games and spending time with my family and friends.Education goals: Go to college and explore the careers I love. Edmonds Heights K-12 Madi SteinerNames of parents: Laura and Jeremy SteinerGPA: 3.89Clubs and Activities: President Thespian, Directory Staff, …

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Portland housing project spotlights Native American artists

Mamook Tokatee is a new housing project in the Cully neighborhood of northeast Portland aimed at providing affordable housing for Native American residents and artists. Steven Tonthat/OPB Native American artists have a new home to live and make art in northeast Portland. On Thursday, Cully neighborhood leaders cut the ribbon …

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Cinco de Mayo festival returns to Civic Center Park | Local News

Denver’s Cinco de Mayo festival returns Saturday and Sunday to a newly renovated civic center park after a pandemic-forced two-year hiatus — and few are happier to see it back than David Martinez, one of 40 food vendors who hope that the event will attract a large crowd. Food stall …

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Mill Creek Announces Beginning of Move-Ins to Modera Lake Merritt

Mixed-use development adds 173 apartments and retail space to Lake Merritt neighborhood OAKLAND, CA., May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mill Creek Residentiala leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in prime rental housing in the United States, today announced that moves are underway at Modera Merritt Lakea luxury mixed-use community …

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LAPD seeks public assistance in Melrose District homicide

LOS ANGELES — It was a Wednesday, a Simi Valley jury verdict in the case of four Los Angeles Police Department officers charged with brutally beating a black man after a felony traffic stop the year before was expected at any time and tensions ran high in minority neighborhoods in …

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A public safety complex has opened in Susquehanna County

A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the facility that houses the 911 center, emergency operations and other county offices under one roof. NEW MILFORD, Pa. — Susquehanna County and state officials were on hand to cut the ribbon for the new public safety complex near Gibson. The 45,000 square foot …

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Avella Students Finalists in Shoe Design Contest | Local News

When Avella High School art teacher Jessie Miller told her students in February that they were one of 250 schools nationwide selected to enter the Vans Custom Culture shoe design contest, they were delighted. The news got even better on April 25, when the students found out they were in …

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The son of a famous American artist charged in the January 6 riot at the Capitol

BOSTON — For years, Vincent Gillespie fought a legal battle to try to take control of hundreds of paintings by his father, famed post-war American artist Gregory Gillespie. On January 6, 2021, prosecutors say, Gillespie engaged in a very different kind of battle, joining the rioters as they tried to …

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Northern Liberties retail boom: a dozen new stores to visit

💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for Billy Penn’s free newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia, every day. New small businesses are springing up like spring flowers at Northern Liberties. Restaurants, shops and other businesses are moving into the neighborhood at a record pace, with …

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Opening Ceremony of the 20th Annual Operation Reach Out to Mark National Victims of Crime Week | USAO-SDWV

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – National Victims of Crime Rights Week will be commemorated April 24-30, 2022, and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of West Virginia is sponsoring its 20and Annual opening ceremony of Operation Reach Out to promote respect. The ceremony will take place at the West …

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SUN-FEST IS BACK – Palm Beach Florida Weekly

TWO YEARS AFTER BEING SIDELINED BY the coronavirus pandemic, Sun-Fest is set to rock the waterfront. Billed as Florida’s largest music, arts and waterfront festival, the festival along the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach returns April 28-May 1 for four days of music, art, of food – and maybe …

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Award-Winning Art Project Officially Expands to Louisville

LOUISVILLE — A nationally and internationally recognized public art project that began in Lexington has officially expanded to Louisville. What do you want to know The “I am Here” project started in 2016 he has won several awards The Louisville Project offers augmented reality experiences Muhammad Ali Center, Roots 101 …

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Author William Kent Krueger will appear at the Delaware Co.

Growing up in various states including Wyoming, Oklahoma, Texas and Ohio (where he spent his fourth year in Worthington), William Kent Krueger always knew he would become a writer. But what this novelist with “not a drop of Native American blood” in him didn’t know was that he would be …

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Front Street Flea showcases local businesses and vendors

The Front Street Flea will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday outside CD 92.9 in the Brewery District. Credit: Courtesy of Vincent Campise Those looking for an alternative shopping experience and the opportunity to support local small businesses need look no further. Front Street Chipa flea market …

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Guangzhou closes to most arrivals as outbreak in China grows

BEIJING — The manufacturing hub of Guangzhou closed to most arrivals on Monday as China battles a major surge of COVID-19 in its major eastern cities. Shanghai bore the brunt of the rise, with another 26,087 cases announced on Monday, of which only 914 showed symptoms. The city of 26 …

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UNM Fine Arts College demands millions for new facility

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) — The University of New Mexico College of Fine Arts is requesting more than $40 million for a new facility. The arts center was built in 1963 and in 2022 the Center is showing its age. During a tour of the building, our cameras captured missing ceiling …

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Cheba Hut will celebrate the fourth opening in Texas on April 18, 2022

After spending more than 23 years working in corporate America, co-owner Raj Gandhi is looking forward to getting into entrepreneurship alongside co-owner and wife Ashley. Ashley has dedicated the past nine years to staying home to care for their children and now the couple look forward to serving their hometown …

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Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Announces New District 4 Building Opening in Magnolia

MAGNOLIA, TX – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is thrilled to announce the grand opening of our new state-of-the-art District 4 facility located at 19038 Unity Park Drive in Magnolia, TX! We have been looking forward to this opening as it will provide an innovative and expanded workspace not only …

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How a black horse without colonial baggage now gives its name to Mumbai’s arts district

FOR MORE THAN 50 years, since 1965, those who have come to Kala Ghoda, Mumbai’s arts district, have wondered about the identity of the dark horse that gave the place its name. It wasn’t until 2017 that the horse reappeared in the area, but this time it was with a …

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Texas teachers pushed to the brink by law requiring hours of training

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Editor’s Note: This story contains explicit language. It was one thing to ask teachers in Texas — during an ongoing teacher shortage — to make extra room in their …

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🌱 School District Faces $9M Budget Cuts + New Principal Hired

Hello, Des Moines! Here’s everything you need to know to get this Wednesday off to a good start. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy, showers; costs. High: 50 Low: 31. Here are the top 3 stories in Des Moines today: Public schools in Des Moines, Iowa’s largest district, are facing $9 …

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Ghostwire: Tokyo – How to Destroy the Barrier Around Utagawa Shopping District

Shortly after helping Rinko sabotage the Visitors’ machine, Ghostwire: Tokyo players will find themselves in the Utagawa shopping district. Trying to clear the Tori Gate there, however, they soon realize they’ve fallen into a trap, with the visitors setting up a barrier around the entire area in an effort to …

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New hotels, restaurants and attractions in Montreal

DJ tunes and cannabis smoke drifted over a bundled-up crowd celebrating the year Montreal in light winter party. Daredevils in hockey skates raced between French and English canood couples. It was a very Canadian evening. The story continues under the ad “I think we’ve finally turned the corner,” said Yves …

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Waco Museums and Sites Open Doors to State Conference | Education

Waco Museums and Attractions is hosting the Peer Welcome Mat this week, hosting the annual meeting of the Texas Association of Museums with receptions and activities at more than half a dozen locations. This is the association’s first in-person conference in two years, after the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the 2020 …

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From Paris 13th to Bridgerton: the complete guide to the activities of the week | Culture

Going out – Saturday Mag illo Exit: Movie theater Paris, 13th arrondissementout nowFrench author Jacques Audiard is back, and in a lighter form than his searing prison drama A Prophet. In this beautifully shot contemporary black-and-white romance, modern Parisians do their best to understand their love life and life in …

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Commentary: How Frank Gehry’s new Colburn Concert Hall could transform the arts in Los Angeles

In 2016, Colburn — the community music school, conservatory, academy and dance school — bought a sad outdoor parking lot at the corner of 2nd and Olive streets downtown for $33 million. It was on a steep, pedestrian-unfriendly hill that led to Colburn’s Grand Avenue campus, the Museum of Contemporary …

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Massachusetts court denies ERISA request

On March 4, 2022, the District Court for the District of Massachusetts dismissed, per Fed. A. Civil. P. 56, ERISA claims filed by a former employee who took early retirement at age 62 and is receiving retirement benefits in the form of a joint and survivor annuity. Belknap v. Partners …

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Victims identified in accident outside Parthenon restaurant in DC

As they were placing their orders at the DC restaurant, an SUV sped across Connecticut Avenue, jumped the sidewalk and slammed into a cluster of sidewalk tables filled with diners. Bloom, 76, was killed, as was another woman, Terese Dudnick Taffer, 73, police said on Saturday. Taffer was also involved …

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Lodhi Colony’s latest mural breaks travel boundaries – Art-and-culture News, Firstpost

The mural titled “Fish Out of Water” is a collaboration between India-based architect and illustrator Aashti Miller and German Greta von Richthofen, who works on documentary stories and graphic novels. Fish out of water mural in Lodhi settlement Adding to the 60 murals in Delhi’s Lodhi arts district is a …

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Design Patents 2021 Year in Review: Analysis and Trends: US District Courts: No Filing Slowdown | Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox LLC

Since 2010, with the exception of 2016 (with 310 new filings!), the number of cases filed each year in US district courts asserting US design patents has remained fairly stable: between 236 (in 2019) and 293 (in 2017). A range of just 57 cases separates the busiest and slowest filing …

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Mural of History: Artists take viewers into a fascinating world of color as they create public art in multiple regions across the country

Aashti Miller decided to return home to Mumbai from the United States where she was an architect, a few months before the start of the pandemic. Greta von Richthofen was traveling abroad when the coronavirus pandemic hit the world. “I had to go back to Germany. It was a chaotic …

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The Governor speaks at the grand opening of Bottle Art Lofts

LAFAYETTE, La — Governor Edwards cut the ribbon for the new Bottle Art Lofts at Four Corners on Thursday. The project is seen as a first step in revitalizing the area and city, parish and state leaders have expressed excitement over the more than $32 million project bringing 105 new …

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Lauren Boebert State of the Union Outburst Joe Biden Dead Son

Lauren Boebert, who represents Colorado’s 3rd congressional district, has never made class much of her brand. Her idea of ​​nuanced political speech is to tweet a photo of herself holding a sign that reads “Let’s go Brandon!” — a term that translates to “Fuck Joe Biden.” But Boebert outdid herself …

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Palm Springs Adopts New Map of City Council Districts; minor changes

The Palm Springs City Council adopted a new map of the district on Thursday. The new map will result in relatively minor boundary changes compared to the current map. The Sunmor neighborhood on the west side of the airport moved from District 3 to District 1, while a small number …

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US museums see rise in unions even as labor movement crumbles

The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s carpenters and security guards had long been members of a union when in 2020 workers in the museum’s departments – curators, curators, educators and librarians – voted to create one of the largest national museum unions. with nearly 250 members. Workers at the Whitney Museum …

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District newsletter published | News

TEWKSBURY — Superintendent Christopher Malone released the Tewksbury Public Schools District Report Card last week, an assessment provided by the Massachusetts Department of Education that shows how schools in the community are performing compared to other Commonwealth districts. . Report card metrics are available for each school and for the …

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The best events in Florence this month

Jungle Book at the Teatro della Pergola Verdi Theater (via Ghibellina 99) is part of a spectacular show for children aged 4 to 12 by Orchestra della Toscana and MAGDACLAN Circus entitled Mozart in balance February 5. On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, the Frate Francesco Forza Venite Gente …

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Old Town Untapped Announces Live Music, Art Exhibit Opening, and Raku Demonstrations

Join Old Town Untapped, the monthly street festival, this month featuring The Shane Duncan Band, a high-energy variety band playing everything from country rock to disco. On the first Friday of every month, “Old Town” becomes the epicenter of art, food and music! Each event features live bands, a DJ, …

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Inauguration of a new Aldi – and other big changes for a northeast neighborhood

There was a grand opening in Northeast, DC, on Saturday for a 24,000 square foot Aldi grocery store, the largest in the district. Phase 2 of the development of the sector promises more for culture in the community. There was a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday near the Fort Totten subway station, …

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Back to the Hood, a center of controversy

While many in the art world had issues regarding the renovations, staff and students far exceeded initial criticism. by Gianna Totani | 02/11/22 02:05 The Hood Museum of Art underwent controversial renovations beginning in 2016. This article is featured in the special Winter Carnival 2022 issue. In 2016, the Hood …

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What to do in San Angelo: events in February

SAN ANGELO, Texas – Many more events will be taking place in San Angelo during the month of February. Here’s a rundown of fun family and adult-only activities in the area. San Angelo Stock Exchange Fair The San Angelo Stock Show will continue until the 20th of the month with …

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Interactive art panels unveiled to draw more visitors to San Francisco’s Chinatown – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – San Francisco’s Chinatown business community is launching an interactive art project that it hopes will draw visitors to the struggling commercial district. “We went through all these ups and downs. We will get through this no matter what,” said Eva Lee, president of the Chinatown …

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Car Crashes into Power Pole and Building Near Santa Fe Arts District

Light snow in the mountains tonight, nothing expected in DenverWatch the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri. 9 hours ago Feeling Golden in Gold: Good Boys and Girls Help Celebrate National Golden Retriever DayHundreds of golden retrievers descended on Golden Saturday for the annual “Goldens in Golden” event. 9 hours ago …

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“Pea-nuts” for the mazapan latte; Café Cocol opens in Socorro

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Cafe Cocol is a new hacienda-style cafe in Socorro that’s looking to bring people from all over to try their staple mazapan latte. Located on Socorro Road in Hacienda Apodaca, Café Cocol opened just a few weeks ago after beginning preparations last year. KTSM reported …

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Flipboard Presents: Los Angeles Arts District Photowalk

#losangeles #artsdistrict #streetart #iphone In a city known as one of the best places for photography in the world, the Los Angeles Arts District is one of the best, with hundreds of murals, examples of street art and graffiti that provide an amazing backdrop for Photos. And it’s free! Jefferson …

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New business, Railroad Crossings, on the way to the south side

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — More jobs, entertainment and a better quality of life; are just a few of the goals developers are setting for the city’s newest business venture. “So it’s not a get-rich-quick scheme, it’s not an out-of-town real estate developer coming in to make a quick buck, it’s …

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Cyberattacks Targeting Schools Compound Pandemic Problems

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — For teachers at a middle school in New Mexico’s largest city, the first inkling of a widespread technology problem came during an early morning staff call. On the video, there were shouts for a new caretaker for their hard work, and the typical announcements from the …

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Veterans United Foundation Funds Downtown Columbia Art Walk | Central Missouri News

COLUMBIA – The North Village Arts District plans to install more artwork in downtown Columbia. The funding comes from a donation from the Veterans United Foundation which she received in November 2021. The North Village Arts District received the funding at its First Friday event in November 2021. Tootie burns …

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Efforts Move to Establish an Arts District in Downtown Pittsburg | KSNF/KODE

PITTSBURG, Kansas. — The art scene has always been strong in the city of Pittsburgh, exploding in recent years. Now a new movement is underway to use this art to build community. “Here, recently, we have had a wonderful movement of artists in the region. Really, the groundwork has already …

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Lake-to-lake art walk in Penticton scheduled for April 2 – Penticton Western News

The Penticton District and Community Arts Council announced its 2022 edition of the city’s arts walk on April 2. (Brennan Phillips – File) Lake-to-lake art walk in Penticton scheduled for April 2 Galleries and artists are called upon to participate in the celebration Another edition of the Penticton District and …

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Ollie & Finn’s Counter serves “a taste of home” at the Columbia Arts District

Some might consider sandwich making an art form in itself, especially when it comes to using the right ingredients to create that perfect balance of taste and portion size. Sandwich lovers, even those looking to walk in the snow, can enjoy ingredients piled on classic sandwiches, like Cuban and club, …

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Sunday Snow Updates: City of Asheville snow removal focuses on major roads and urges people to limit travel.

City of Asheville staff are actively working in snow response mode. All 24-hour services including police, fire and water services are fully staffed and ready to respond as needed. Public Works is currently focused on snow clearing our Priority 1 streets. Major roads must be the priority for snow clearing …

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Proposal to combine Portland high schools raises interest and questions

A proposal for a consolidated high school in Portland that would also include vocational and technical components, and possibly adult education, at one facility sparked interest and questions from school board members and students on Wednesday. The concept is still in its early stages and lacks details, but the school …

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Huntsville-Madison County Opens “State-of-the-Art” 911 Center

MADISON COUNTY, Alabama (WHNT) – Huntsville and Madison County continue to grow and now a local agency has expanded its ability to better serve with a new facility. Huntsville and Madison County officials celebrated the opening of a new 911 center on Monday. The new 30,000 square foot facility will …

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Cypress Creek Cultural District raises money for holding ponds

The Cypress Creek Cultural District is looking to help fund the construction of retention ponds along Cypress Creek over the next year as it continues to grow its collection of cultural and recreational offerings. Cypress Creek Cultural District vice president Clara Lewis said flooding issues and retention ponds will be …

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City and rural school districts fight staff shortages amid COVID-19 peak

As COVID-19 cases increase in Wisconsin, many urban and rural school districts face staff shortages as they strive to maintain in-person learning throughout the year. Just days after returning from winter vacation, the Green Bay area public school district said there was a significant increase in the number of out-of-school …

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Camp Landing Entertainment District Continues Aggressive Redesign of Former KYOVA Mall | Business

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Virtual property prices skyrocket

“RIDICULOUS AND cool. “This is the architectural specifications for a new office tower under construction in Crypto Valley, a business district of Decentraland, a virtual platform built on the Ethereum blockchain. The building, owned by Tokens. com, a blockchain investor, will be a cross between a nightclub in Ibiza and …

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Middletown Artist’s Marine Life Exhibit Aims To Share The Truth About Recycled Plastic

MIDDLETOWN – Volunteers have a unique chance to help create a life-size fabric replica of a sperm whale in the vacant old Woolworth building in the city center, using plastic that penetrates the oceans and endangers the Marine animals. Middletown artist and University of Hartford researcher Kat Owens, who works …

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Evergreen School District – CBS San Francisco

COVID: UCSF’s Dr Bob Wachter on Omicron Variant Increase in Bay AreaUCSF’s Dr Bob Wachter speaks with Allen Martin of KPIX 5 about the rise in omicron variant cases in the Bay Area, the number of hospitalizations and when he thinks the outbreak would subside . (12/27/21) There are 3 …

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Some remember the memories of the demolition of the old Franklin High School / High School

Sander said the bricks from the facade of the old junior high school building will be set aside for residents and alumni to pick up during the demolition process. He said the bricks will be piled up in front of the bus garage. Sander told the Dayton Daily News that …

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PHOTOS: Lovepop opens in Downtown Disney District

Return in August, Lovepop announced the opening of a new store for their unique 3D paper art and greeting cards in the Downtown Disney neighborhood. This week the store finally opened, so we stopped to take a look! The new boutique is located near the center of the Downtown Disney …

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Downtown Brooklyn: a neighborhood “in the middle of it all”

What you will find The limits of downtown Brooklyn are a subject of perpetual debate. Known as the Special Downtown Brooklyn District, the neighborhood is located between Tillary Street to the north, Atlantic Avenue to the south, Clinton Street to the west, and Ashland Place to the east. This roughly …

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Looking for Christmas gifts? Offer experiences in Topeka companies

With minimalist lifestyles increasingly popular among the younger generations and overworked parents and retirees looking to downsize, it can be difficult to find gifts this holiday season. You don’t want to buy gifts that get bulky in the New Year. Instead of buying another blanket or the last toy this …

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Seven candidates vying for Austin District 4 city council

The field is set with seven candidates vying to replace District 4 representative Greg Casar on Austin City Council. Thursday was the deadline to apply for the January 25 special election. The race will be the only measurement on the ballot, and participation is limited to registered voters in the …

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Commission finalizes map of LA County supervisors, creating second predominantly Latino district

A Citizen Redistribution Commission on Wednesday approved a map for the Los Angeles County Oversight Board that will create a second Latin American majority district while maintaining a concentration of black voters in southern LA and bringing more together Asian American voters. The new predominantly Latin neighborhood was formed removing …

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Cedar Rapids’ Art Staed seeks seventh term in new Iowa House District 80

CEDAR RAPIDS – Iowa Democratic Representative Art Staed of Cedar Rapids will seek re-election to House 80, a district created in the redistribution plan approved by lawmakers earlier this year. Representative Art Staed, D-Cedar Rapids Staed, 72, currently represents House 66, which covers northeast Cedar Rapids. House 80 covers more …

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2 artists accused of falsifying Native American heritage

item Daniel Schwen // Wikimedia Commons SEATTLE – Two artists face federal charges for tampering with Native American heritage to sell works in galleries in downtown Seattle. Lewis Anthony Rath, 52, of Maple Falls, and Jerry Chris Van Dyke, 67, also known as Jerry Witten, of Seattle, were separately charged …

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Seattle artists face federal charges for falsifying Native American identity: NPR

Raven’s Nest Treasure store in Pike Place Market is pictured in Seattle on Friday. Two artists face federal charges for tampering with Native American heritage to sell works in the store and another gallery in downtown Seattle. Ted S. Warren / AP hide caption toggle legend Ted S. Warren / …

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Need plans this weekend? Fun Activities to Do December 10-12 in New Orleans | Entertainment / Life

We couldn’t be Grinchy, to name a few, so here’s a bigger list of fun things to do! And don’t forget to check out many other events on our online calendar Public holidays for New Orleans 2021. The West End Christmas Boat Parade will be part of the Lights on …

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At Guy Fieri’s new theater district restaurant, gluttony is in the spotlight

Celebrity chef and TV host Guy Fieri, who elevated junk food to art, is opening Guy Fieri’s Kitchen & Bar on Thursday, December 9 in the former Explorer Café space (186 Tremont Street) overlooking Boston Common. It is a collaboration with Big Night Entertainment, known for its nightlife spots such …

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school district faces hostile takeover by state supervisors |

By Zack Haber On the morning of November 8, members of the Oakland Encampment Management Team, Public Works and Police Department visited an area covering approximately 1/5 of a mile from Wood Street and Grand Avenue to Wood Street. and 26th Street with the stated objective of clearing the location …

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🌱Omicron shell: what to know + should you adjust your travel plans?

Hey, Denver! Let’s start this Friday with everything you need to know happening in Denver today – and of course, the # 1 news is about Colorado’s first omicron variant case. Our top two stories contain all of the latest variant news. First of all, the weather forecast for the …

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Candidates wanted for the Canandaigua Academy Arts Hall of Fame

CANANDAIGUA – Nominations are now sought for the inaugural Class of the Visual and Performing Arts Hall of Fame at the Canandaigua Academy. The program, launched by the Canandaigua City School District last April, will publicly recognize and honor the remarkable achievements of graduates and educators at the reunion next …

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Thoughts on Zoom and In-Person Classes – NoHo Arts District

I have just resumed classes in person in my studio. We’ve been on Zoom for a year and a half. I now teach both Zoom and in person and thought it was a good opportunity to review my experiences of both. Thoughts on Zoom and In-Person Courses In person lessons …

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Alvin ISD Schools Offer Holiday Themed Concerts

Students Across Alvin Independent School District headlining holiday orchestral and choir concerts as they round out the fall school semester and welcome the holidays. All events are open to the public, said Renae Rives, district communications director. Nathan Pair, group principal at Manvel High School, said he and his colleagues …

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Petal gets new mural at fire station # 3 on Mississippi 42

The town of Petal got a little brighter with a new mural showcasing the relationship between the Petal Fire Department, Petal School District and the community. The mural, which is located on the side of Fire Station # 3 on Mississippi 42, is the work of Brooke Bowden, an art …

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Make the season shine with the First City Lights Festival, Elf Parade

Seven days out is your guide to entertainment events, concerts, festivals and activities in Escambia and Santa Rosa County. MONDAY Monday night blues Monday, November 22 at 7 p.m. Seville District, 130 E. Government St. The Seville District and the Blues Society of Northwest Florida are bringing the blues back …

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Bonnie Sherk, landscape designer full of surprises, dies at 76

One Thursday in June 1970, a San Francisco police officer was going mad because motorists entering the busy central freeway near Market Street applied their brakes, surprised by an unusual sight. On what the day before had been bare land, a young woman sat on a haystack, surrounded by potted …

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Luxury automaker Genesis opens urban oasis in New York’s Meatpacking District

Inside the Genesis House: Korean luxury cars will take center stage at Cellar Stage, a showroom and live event venue inspired by the Genesis brand launch at Seoul Olympic Stadium. Genesis Genesis, the luxury arm of Korean auto giant Hyundai, is transferring its design principles from assembly lines from Seoul …

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Strong financial outlook projected for the next five years

Hugh W. Garside Jr. The most recent five-year forecast for the South-Western City School District indicates a positive cash balance throughout fiscal year 2025-2026. Forecasting is a standardized planning tool required by the Ohio Department of Education that must be completed annually. It provides detailed information on actual and forecast …

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Barings and Hines acquire Reed District site in Nashville

Reed District represents a distinctive investment opportunity to transform a 12-acre gateway site in Midtown Nashville into a community-driven mixed-use destination with uses focused on music, art, food and entertainment. The project will take inspiration from the historic character of the approximately 100-year-old Coca-Cola building, converting it into a modern …

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ProjectArt appoints Claire Breukel as new CEO

National nonprofit that brings the arts to kids hires new leaders to expand reach and funding at critical time for education in America Claire Breukel Claire Breukel, newly appointed Managing Director of ProjectArt Claire Breukel, newly appointed Managing Director of ProjectArt New York, NY, Nov 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – …

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Ten things to do for Halloween in Denver

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