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Saturday 16 October 2021 – La Minute Monocle

1.There are stories in the UK newspapers of shortages in everything from fresh vegetables to butchers (but before you think that’s good news for Miss Piggy, it isn’t: they will be slaughtered and disposed of, if no sharp man or woman is found). Yet, over breakfast at the Fischer restaurant …

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A 19th century building gets a facelift

Rusty Rae / News-Register ## Neil Livermore, a contractor for the renovation project, stands in front of the historic Bridge Street building in downtown Sheridan. The building, which dates from the late 1800s, will house shops on the ground floor and apartments on the second floor. A project in downtown …

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UK museums face long-term effects of Covid

LONDON – The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has one of Britain’s most eccentric collections of treasures. In a room in the Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts is the Great Bed of Ware, a 10-foot-wide four-poster bed that was such a popular tourist attraction in 16th-century England that …

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