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Finance: Tiffany Crawford - unvaccinated - mask
Health officials have imposed a mask mandate for all indoor spaces in the region and are asking unvaccinated…
Health officials have imposed a mask mandate for all indoor spaces in the region and are asking unvaccinated travellers to avoid the region
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Culture: Billy Gibbons - Glastonbury - bandmates - Somerset
HOUSTON — ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, one of the Texas blues trio’s bearded figures, died at his Houston home, the band…
HOUSTON — ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, one of the Texas blues trio’s bearded figures, died at his Houston home, the band announced Wednesday on Facebook. He was 72.
COVID
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United States - coronavirus - drive-thru - signage
…and it’s leading to sudden changes in health...
The delta variant of COVID-19 has quickly become the dominant strain of coronavirus in the United States, and it’s leading to sudden changes in health...
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Culture: patchwork - derail - COVID - outbreaks - disastrous
Europe's vital travel and tourism industry is desperate to…
Europe's vital travel and tourism industry is desperate to make up after a disastrous 2020, but a surge in COVID variants, combined with a patchwork of regulations threatens to derail another summer.
Disease Control
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Politics: Los Angeles - White House - COVID - GOP-led - thud
…including ones that inspired the revision because of high transmission within their borders.
The White House and some Democratic leaders said they will adopt new federal guidelines on masking to prevent COVID-19, but the advice is landing with a thud in GOP-led regions, including ones that inspired the revision because of high transmission within their borders.
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Finance: Disease Control - Pandemic - Prevention
MIAMI — Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships are no longer in place under a ruling late last week by a…
MIAMI — Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships are no longer in place under a ruling late last week by a federal appeals court, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention se…
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Health: Gordon McIntyre - wildfire - website - breathing
Centre for Disease Control has fact sheets on its website…
B.C. Centre for Disease Control has fact sheets on its website with information on health impact of breathing in wildfire smoke
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Culture: West Coast - breadth - explore
From July 31 to Jan. 3, MOHAI is presenting the West Coast premiere of “Da Vinci — Inventions,” which explores the…
From July 31 to Jan. 3, MOHAI is presenting the West Coast premiere of “Da Vinci — Inventions,” which explores the breadth of Leonardo da Vinci’s genius, with a special focus on his inventions — from musical instruments to weapons...
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Culture: mid-June - pandemic - marquee - website - screenings
Built in 1926 and now home to the Seattle International Film Festival, the Uptown movie theater remains closed…
Built in 1926 and now home to the Seattle International Film Festival, the Uptown movie theater remains closed on this mid-June afternoon following 15 months of pandemic. Posters from last year’s cancelled film festival line the walls.
After 20 years of carnage (illustration) and $1 trillion, the tragic Afghan misadventure is over — and that'… Fanny SchertzerSalon
Culture: Afghan Taliban - Laghman Province - misadventure
After 20 years of carnage and $1 trillion, the tragic Afghan misadventure is over — and that's just for starters
After 20 years of carnage and $1 trillion, the tragic Afghan misadventure is over — and that's just for starters
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Culture: Amazon Prime - Cruel - Emily Beecham - HBO Max
…Hulu, HBO Max and other services.
Here’s a look at this week’s top shows and movies coming out on Video on Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Max and other services.
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Finance: laypeople - readable - accessible
He’ll discuss the book in...
In Eric Dean Wilson’s new book, “After Cooling,” the author and scholar breaks down the history and legacy of Freon and the environmentally harmful chemicals that replaced it in a readable, accessible way for laypeople. He’ll discuss the book in...
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Culture: Daniel Hale - Air Force - Biden Justice Department
drone operations with a journalist.
Former Air Force intelligence analyst Daniel Hale will serve nearly four years in prison for sharing information on U.S. drone operations with a journalist.
JsonlineJsonline
Culture: Gateway Technical College - Racine County - WEDC
Several state agencies including WEDC,…
Several state agencies including WEDC, DOC are celebrating the opening of a new job center in the prison in Racine County.
UsatodayUsatoday
Politics: COVID - protocols - unique
…all the info on what to expect from Tokyo.
The opening ceremony for the 2021 Olympics is set for early Friday and we've got all the info on what to expect from Tokyo.
SalonSalon
Culture: Trump Photo - Johns Hopkins - stooge - aftermath
Former Johns Hopkins professor on the…
Former Johns Hopkins professor on the aftermath of Trump's coup — and whether he was a Russian stooge after all
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: Grapevine Main - long-demolished - oddball - inspired
…Grapevine Main is an architectural oddball
Inspired by a long-demolished train station, Grapevine Main is an architectural oddball
SeattletimesSeattletimes
Culture: Downtown Summer Sounds - Welcome Back Seattle
…Saturday in Pioneer Square.
People gathered around the Occidental Square stage for Welcome Back Seattle, part of Downtown Summer Sounds, Saturday in Pioneer Square.
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Culture: What Goes Up Must Come Down - Catherine Mayer
…corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street.
Fernando Botero's sculpture Adam was installed at the corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street, and Catherine Mayer's What Goes Up Must Come Down, was installed at the corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street.
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Health: Joanne Lee-Young - Cheryl Chan - 906 - 772 - eligible
B.C. estimates there are 906,772 people, or nearly 20 per cent of the eligible population, are unvaccinated.
B.C. estimates there are 906,772 people, or nearly 20 per cent of the eligible population, are unvaccinated.
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Culture: British Columbia - prescribed - brenna - Owen
Wildfire experts say British Columbia must spark far more prescribed burns, akin to how Indigenous…
Wildfire experts say British Columbia must spark far more prescribed burns, akin to how Indigenous communities have managed forests.
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Culture: United States - Manchester Orchestra
The largest music festival in the United States returns Sept. 1 to 4, 8 to 12 and 15 to 18 after being canceled for the first time in 2020.
The largest music festival in the United States returns Sept. 1 to 4, 8 to 12 and 15 to 18 after being canceled for the first time in 2020.
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Culture: Tacoma Dome - Alma Mater - standout - hosting
…Alma Mater in Tacoma and Drunky Two...
Whether you're reluctant to get back into a packed rock clubs or simply love the open air, several local music venues are hosting outdoor concerts with some top local talent. Two standout venues: Alma Mater in Tacoma and Drunky Two...
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Culture: Morris - Milwaukee - shifts
…communities in the Milwaukee area.
After 53 years of performing, Kids from Wisconsin shifts focus, hones in more on teaching music to underserved communities in the Milwaukee area.
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Culture: Silver Unit - contortionist - aerialists
…bringing its water circus show to Greendale.
National touring circus, Cirque Italia, is bringing its water circus show to Greendale.
DallasnewsDallasnews
News: Cry Havoc Theater - Mara Richards Bim - enlisted
…her cast to create fictional characters based...
Cry Havoc founder Mara Richards Bim, inspired by a collection of stories written by the committed, enlisted her cast to create fictional characters based...
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pits - vaccine - proportion - comparable
…Black residents living in the community.
Only 29% of hospitals treated a proportion of Black patients that was comparable to the proportion of Black residents living in the community.
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Culture: restock - Utah - lakes - reducing - cargo
…shed weight by reducing passenger or cargo capacity.
Sometimes, hot weather can prevent a plane from taking off or force it to shed weight by reducing passenger or cargo capacity.
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reprieve - digits - triple - repeat - degree
The heat is on. After our first official 100 degree day Sunday, today will be a repeat performance.
The heat is on. After our first official 100 degree day Sunday, today will be a repeat performance. In fact, triple digits are expected several days this...
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Dining: Nina Wilder - Shawn Conner - Track Back - comic
…from nothing to running something like 10 events this month: Comic Nina Wilder.
For myself and other indie producers, we’ve gone from nothing to running something like 10 events this month: Comic Nina Wilder.
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Culture: Gexa Energy Pavillion - Fair Park - dropping - 15
…dropping out of school at 15 to launch his music career.
The Dallas native grew up near Fair Park, dropping out of school at 15 to launch his music career.
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Green Bay Packers - American Family Insurance - 28
The Green Bay Packers and American Family Insurance will host a ribbon cutting…
The Green Bay Packers and American Family Insurance will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the DreamDrive training camp bike tradition on Wednesday, July 28.
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Culture: President Donald - United States - curiosities
Amid the other curiosities of former President Donald Trump’s recent visit…
Amid the other curiosities of former President Donald Trump’s recent visit to the border was his peculiar complaint about the border wall: President Biden is refusing to paint it.
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Culture: headlining - musicians
Centro Popular is a festival focusing on Latin artists and culture and it'…
Centro Popular is a festival focusing on Latin artists and culture and it's coming to D-FW on July 31.
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Culture: vaccinated - Saudi Arabia
…the holiday will be celebrated on July 19.
Millions of Muslims worldwide will celebrate Eid al-Adha, an Islamic religious festival. In the U.S., the holiday will be celebrated on July 19.
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: Catholic Charities - inbox - respite - McAllen
…roundups of the project in your email inbox by signing...
This column is part of our ongoing Opinion commentary on faith, called Living Our Faith. Get weekly roundups of the project in your email inbox by signing...
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Health: Tokyo Gov - overcrowded - Nippon Bashi
…hospitals could become overcrowded during the Games.
With the beginning of the Olympics eight days away, new coronavirus cases in Tokyo surged to a six-month high on Thursday, raising fears that hospitals could become overcrowded during the Games.
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fast-paced - empowering - insinuate - antidote
But that doesn't have to be the case.
Popular culture might insinuate that the woods are a scary place — especially for women. But that doesn't have to be the case. Hiking solo can be an empowering and calming experience and an antidote to living in our fast-paced...
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Culture: Gallery - gather
Residents and activists gathered at the…
Residents and activists gathered at the Whitefish Bay Library on Tuesday evening July 27 to protest the removal of a sign addressing systemic racism.
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Culture: Richland Chronicle - Gandica-Martinez - Venezuela
Dallas College students take diverse paths to their future careers.
Dallas College students take diverse paths to their future careers.
SeattletimesSeattletimes
Culture: North America - Greece - cruises - sailing - ships
…questions about what it's like on board....
Cruises have been back in business in North America since last month — but operations are still far from normal. Those who have spent time back on ships are fielding a lot of questions about what it's like on board....
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brand-new - Moira Macdonald - paperbacks - armchair
Check it out here.
The Seattle Times has you covered for book recommendations, including the new novel “What Strange Paradise,” six brand-new paperbacks and a Neighborhood Reads feature on Magnolia’s Bookstore. Check it out here.
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Dining: Masterpiece Cakeshop - Brennan Linsley - same-sex
Religion and politics are never polite subjects to discuss in mixed company.
Religion and politics are never polite subjects to discuss in mixed company. But imagine if what most people consider to be merely a social faux pas became the reason you were fired from your job, …
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Culture: Monsignor Jeffrey Burrill - Catholic Bishops - probed
Citing allegations of “possible improper behavior,” the U.S.
Citing allegations of “possible improper behavior,” the U.S.
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wildfire - Bootleg Fire - rugged - Oregon - FALLS
…the Bootleg Fire in southern Oregon.
California's largest wildfire merged with another blaze. Meanwhile, crews reported just over half containment of the nation's largest fire, the Bootleg Fire in southern Oregon.
PoliticoPolitico
Politics: Donald Trump - Action Conference - recriminations
The avalanche of coming books has caused recriminations.
The avalanche of coming books has caused recriminations. And there is anxiety about what’s to come.
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Alpine County - Markleeville - Tamarack Fire
…largest wildfire in the U.S., one of dozens burning across several Western states.
BLY, Ore. — Erratic winds and parched Oregon forests added to the dangers for firefighters on Monday as they battled the largest wildfire in the U.S., one of dozens burning across several Western states.
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Sport: mid-August - list - clubs
Catie Griggs is the first woman among MLB’s 30 clubs to hold this position and will…
Catie Griggs is the first woman among MLB’s 30 clubs to hold this position and will begin with the team in mid-August.
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Culture: Ramblin Roads - three-day - evoke - hosting
…day event will be designed to evoke the…
The three-day event will be designed to evoke the ‘Great American Road Trip.’
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Culture: Dallas Morning News - South Arlington - reliability
Large electrical transmission lines are…
Large electrical transmission lines are pictured in a new housing development in South Arlington, Feb. 17, 2021.
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Culture: Allenton Riley - Moko Jumbie - 18-year-old
…Jumbie, a Caribbean spiritual figure.
Allenton Riley stilt walks as the Moko Jumbie, a Caribbean spiritual figure. He practices around Milwaukee and shows off his skills at local festivals
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Culture: Pioneer Tower Dreams - Refik Anadol - exhibitions
…video and sound exhibitions will feature international…
Called “New Stories: New Futures,” the light, video and sound exhibitions will feature international and local artists on Aug. 20 and Aug. 21.
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Culture: Marjorie Taylor Greene - Matt Gaetz - hastily
…objected early Saturday to Republican Reps.
The city of Anaheim, California, objected early Saturday to Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Matt Gaetz of Florida holding a hastily scheduled “America First” rally in the evening.
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Bridget Tennes - East Lansing - Washington Times
…that spot over his religious opposition to gay marriage.
A Michigan family farmer will enter U.S. District Court on Tuesday hoping to gain a place to sell produce at the farmers market in East Lansing after the city stripped him of that spot over his religious opposition to gay marriage.
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Politics: Washington Times - speaks
Louis County on Monday required everyone age…
The city of St. Louis and St. Louis County on Monday required everyone age 5 and older to wear a mask within public indoor spaces as part of an effort to thwart the fast-moving coronavirus.
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Jessica Thoennes - student-athletes - fulfilling
…university in the country can match...
Jessica Thoennes is one of 16 former or current Husky rowers competing in Tokyo – representing seven different countries -- continuing a long tradition of UW rowers taking part in the Games. No other university in the country can match...
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Culture: tool-making - sulphur-crested - cockatoo - teaches
…crested cockatoo in Sydney opening a…
A video of a sulphur-crested cockatoo in Sydney opening a closed garbage bin is just the beginning of a \
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Culture: Neighborhood Services - Jeff Fleming - zoning
…food pantry closure in the month of July.
Food is Free MKE is being shut down for zoning violations, marking the second community food pantry closure in the month of July.
SeattletimesSeattletimes
Culture: At Welcome Back Week - coronavirus - pandemic
…recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Durkan announces actions to attract residents back into downtown core as the city and state recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Culture: Boston singer-songwriter-DIY-champ - Cape - booked
…DIY-champ Will Dailey to play a private…
Earlier this summer, someone booked Boston singer-songwriter-DIY-champ Will Dailey to play a private show on an island off the Cape. “They took me out to this island with about 30 boats in the wate…
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Culture: modifications - daylong - bike - festival - cycling
…continues this weekend, with familiar festivals and a daylong bike ride.
A semblance of Milwaukee's summer continues this weekend, with familiar festivals and a daylong bike ride.
UsatodayUsatoday
Summer Olympics - New Guinea - five-time - outfits
…once again as the first five-time woman Olympian lifter. She first appeared in the Olympics at 16.
Papua New Guinea's Loa Dika Toua makes history once again as the first five-time woman Olympian lifter. She first appeared in the Olympics at 16.
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Culture: Carlisle Indian Reform - South Dakota - Harrisburg
…Pennsylvania meant to assimilate them into white culture have been returned to their South Dakota...
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The remains of nine Native American children who died more than a century ago while attending a government-run school in Pennsylvania meant to assimilate them into white culture have been returned to their South Dakota...
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Culture: President Donald Trump - Lorain County Fairgrounds
…name from the Indians to the Guardians.
Former President Donald Trump wants everyone to know he’s not happy with Cleveland’s decision to change its “cherished” baseball team’s name from the Indians to the Guardians.
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: Tom Williams CQ-Roll - Texas House - Texas Gov
…members of the Texas House who left the...
“They will be corralled and cabined in the Capitol.” — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, threatening to arrest Democratic members of the Texas House who left the...
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Culture: Lovejoy High - Ella Reaugh - GoFundMe - campers
…homeless or in transitional housing.
All of the camp’s kids are homeless or in transitional housing.
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Culture: Kevin Griffin - visual
Black Strathcona Resurgence Project brings more visual representations of black life and history to the 2021…
Black Strathcona Resurgence Project brings more visual representations of black life and history to the 2021 Vancouver Mural Festival
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Culture: long-anticipated - David Gordon Duke - reopening
Now that the long-anticipated move to Step 3 of our COVID-19 reopening is here, getting out and about in B.C.
Now that the long-anticipated move to Step 3 of our COVID-19 reopening is here, getting out and about in B.C. seems almost a patriotic duty.
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Eileen Ryce - helena - streams - renowned - rainbow
…especially the rainbow and brown.
HELENA, Mont. — Few places in the world rival Montana’s fly fishing, and the state’s cold, clear mountain streams are renowned for their large populations of trout, especially the rainbow and brown. But this is a drought year, and a...
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Culture: Historic Milwaukee - architecture - dedicated
…person tours on Sept. 25 and 26.
Doors Open will take place with in-person tours on Sept. 25 and 26. Virtual events and online tours will be available Sept. 25 through Oct 3.
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: Dallas Morning News - lynda - Gonzalez
…variety of boards that include areas such...
Plano is putting out a call for residents to serve on various boards, commissions and committees. The city has a variety of boards that include areas such...
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Politics: Indian Christians - COVID-19 - Dharmsala - 1852
…Religious Freedom Summit in the District.
The Biden administration needs to call out continuing persecution of minority Christians in India, according to activists at a seminar Wednesday accompanying the 2021 International Religious Freedom Summit in the District.
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Culture: avant-garde - Cameron McCloud - Matthew Posey
…garde theater troupe returns to the boards with its thoughtfully wacky brand of performance...
In collaboration with the Dallas Flamenco Festival, the avant-garde theater troupe returns to the boards with its thoughtfully wacky brand of performance...
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Culture: Bass Performance Hall - rehearsal - pasada - nunca
Apart from two children’s operas, the company will present only two actual operas.
Apart from two children’s operas, the company will present only two actual operas.
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: stainless-steel - Hunter Brown - take-off
Southlake has added a new work of public art to its portfolio. “Take-Off,” a stainless-steel sculpture by Arkansas…
Southlake has added a new work of public art to its portfolio. “Take-Off,” a stainless-steel sculpture by Arkansas artist Hunter Brown, is now on view on...
COVID
Amazon will start phasing out on-site COVID-19 tests at its warehouses by the end of the month,…: Illustration Dafne CholetSeattletimes
Culture: spokesperson - on-site - phasing - warehouses
The company says it's on a path back to normal operations.
Amazon will start phasing out on-site COVID-19 tests at its warehouses by the end of the month, a company spokesperson confirmed Monday. The company says it's on a path back to normal operations.
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News: July 23-Aug - slapstick-y - Troilus and Cressida
Admission is free, with donations welcomed.
From July 23-Aug. 8, Wooden O, the outdoor theater arm of Seattle Shakespeare Company, will stage “The Comedy of Errors.” The silly and slapstick-y farce will be seen in parks around the Seattle area. Admission is free, with donations welcomed.
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Politics: counterintuitive - gauging - surprising - 116
…has some surprising findings.
It may seem counterintuitive, but a major Gallup poll gauging the emotional state of people in 116 countries has some surprising findings.
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Culture: incarceration - As Americans - healing - grief
…mass incarceration and other wrongs,…
As Americans become more familiar with our problems of systemic racism, poverty, mass incarceration and other wrongs, we should expect to experience feelings of grief. It’s not a comfortable process, yet it is a healthy and healing one
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Culture: Labor Department - one-month - oozing - Roslyn
…according to several economic benchmarks and commonsense, inflation is oozing into the American economy lik…
It has been several decades since Americans dealt with the specter of inflation. However, according to several economic benchmarks and commonsense, inflation is oozing into the American economy lik…
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: Mark Lamster - Inspiring Illustrated - John Hill
…reads from architects and critics (including the The News’ Mark Lamster).
It includes recommended reads from architects and critics (including the The News’ Mark Lamster).
UsatodayUsatoday
Culture: Madison Square Garden - full-capacity - protocols
Rules around COVID-19 vaccines and masking protocols remain vague as concerts return.
Rules around COVID-19 vaccines and masking protocols remain vague as concerts return. Artists have some control, but fans may balk at mandates.
UsatodayUsatoday
Culture: three-day - Michigan International Speedway
…including three from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
Four people died at a three-day country musical festival near Brooklyn, Michigan, including three from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Culture: British Columbians - incredible - failures
Opinion: It is incredible that leaders use term 'any failures,' even as minister overhaul a service that failed British Columbians
Opinion: It is incredible that leaders use term 'any failures,' even as minister overhaul a service that failed British Columbians
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Culture: Thibault Camus - Washington Times
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has ordered government agencies to start immediately acting…
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has ordered government agencies to start immediately acting against a newly revealed Microsoft Windows vulnerability known as “PrintNightmare.”
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: Texas Workforce Commission - miami-based
Miami-based last mile logistics firm Fusion Logistics Inc. laid off 222 employees in Dallas-Fort Worth,…
Miami-based last mile logistics firm Fusion Logistics Inc. laid off 222 employees in Dallas-Fort Worth, according to a notice the company provided to the...
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Culture: Paul McCartney - Hulu - sick - jazz - telling
…know I’m tired of hearing them — or so I thought.
Paul McCartney should be sick of telling Beatles stories. I know I’m tired of hearing them — or so I thought. “McCartney 3,2,1,” out now on Hulu, shows how you can jazz up the mos…
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Chania
Army missile defense units have carried out…
U.S. Army missile defense units have carried out the first ever firing of Patriot surface-to-air missiles in Australia as part of joint exercises.
SeattletimesSeattletimes
Culture: Federal Aviation Administration - Rhoades Aviation
…company's safety practices before the accident.
A cargo airline whose plane ditched into the ocean off Hawaii has been grounded after investigators looked into the company's safety practices before the accident.
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Environment: Musqueam Chief Wayne Sparrow - Jason Payne PNG
“The history and knowledge that the Musqueam has and our fishermen have should be engaged,” said Musqueam…
“The history and knowledge that the Musqueam has and our fishermen have should be engaged,” said Musqueam Chief Wayne Sparrow.
SalonSalon
Culture: Army Air Force - Pacific Ocean - fomenting - pivotal
A historian explains how World War II played a pivotal role in fomenting the nation’s obsession with sharks
A historian explains how World War II played a pivotal role in fomenting the nation’s obsession with sharks
SalonSalon
Culture: LLUIS GENE AFP - stegosaurus - fascinating
Sure a stegosaurus sculpture's leg is the strangest location, but the rest are still fascinating ... and macabre
Sure a stegosaurus sculpture's leg is the strangest location, but the rest are still fascinating ... and macabre
UsatodayUsatoday
Culture: Christian Alliance Holiness - congregants - abusing
…1980s after being convicted of abusing congregants.
The Rev. Wilbert Thomas Sr., founder of the Christian Alliance Holiness Church, went to prison in 1980s after being convicted of abusing congregants.
DallasnewsDallasnews
Culture: celebrated
…been celebrated annually since 2008.
Record Store Day has been celebrated annually since 2008.
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Culture: Stuart Derdeyn - celebrations
…events for the 2021 celebration.
The #ChooseYourPride celebrations offer up a range of events for the 2021 celebration.
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Culture: Okanagan Valley - refocus - wisely - Township
Both Church and State and Township 7 have wisely decided to refocus their city operations to complement…
Both Church and State and Township 7 have wisely decided to refocus their city operations to complement their Okanagan-based wineries
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Culture: Dave Grohl - Southern California
Foo Fighters will no longer perform Saturday at The Forum in southern California, postponing the concert due to what…
Foo Fighters will no longer perform Saturday at The Forum in southern California, postponing the concert due to what the band called a “confirmed COVID-19 case within the Foo Fighter organization.”
SalonSalon
Culture: Fk Himself - masculinity - nostalgic - emblem
Meat and potatoes has long been an emblem for a particular kind of masculinity and nostalgic Americana
Meat and potatoes has long been an emblem for a particular kind of masculinity and nostalgic Americana
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Culture: incapacitated - switches - flaw
The FAA ordered inspections of pressure switches on some 2,500 Boeing 737 jets in the U.S. The order will likely be…
The FAA ordered inspections of pressure switches on some 2,500 Boeing 737 jets in the U.S. The order will likely be adopted by other nations, where thousands of additional 737s operate.
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Culture: Joanne Sasvari - whisky - adventure - publishing
Plan your summer adventure around Island gin, whisky and more
Plan your summer adventure around Island gin, whisky and more