Monthly Archives: June 2021

City Of Creve Coeur: Free Summer Concert Series at Millennium Park

June 29, 2021 The Creve Coeur Recreation Department is proud to announce the return of the popular Summer Concert Series to Millennium Park! Pack a picnic basket, bring your folding chairs and blankets and enjoy live music performed on stage by local bands! Rock opera Thursday July 8 at 6:00 p.m. (Rain date: July 15) Sing and dance the night ...

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Bath mat market to experience exceptional growth in 2021

Understanding the influence of COVID-19 on the Bath Mat Market with our analysts monitoring the situation around the world. Description of the report: The global bathroom mats market size is expected to increase with a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period 2021-2027 and is expected to reach USD xx million by 2027, from USD xx million in 2020. The ...

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The substance of the Nikon Zfc doesn’t quite match its iconic style

The new Nikon Zfc proves that classic camera brands still have one great superpower that trumps megapixels, image quality or specs: nostalgia. With a photographic history stretching back to the late 1940s and the golden age of film cameras, Nikon relies on almost limitless heritage reserves – and it has harnessed those archives again with the new Nikon Zfc. The ...

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One of the best action movies of all time leaves HBO Max next month

HBO Max has carved out a unique place for itself in the streaming service landscape over the past year, with a rotating lineup of content from WarnerMedia’s vast library. Sadly, it looks like one of the most popular action movie titles in this catalog will be leaving HBO Max soon. The streamer recently released the list of titles that will ...

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Two teens arrested after man was attacked near Millennium Bridge in York

TWO teenagers have been arrested following a bombing in York which left a man seriously injured on the head. North Yorkshire Police said the victim, a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital where he was treated with a serious head injury. The incident happened around 9:15 p.m. Saturday after a number of people gathered near the river near ...

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Island Utopias nominated for Celtic Media Festival

Sarah Mercer hosts the Island Utopia event Print and digital download photos available “the film contains a positive message which extends beyond the Isle of Man” Visions and dreams of how people would like the Isle of Man to look in the future will be presented at a leading media festival later this year. ‘Island Utopias’ was nominated in the ...

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Olympic qualification is the next step in the “golden age” of Canadian basketball

Canadian players know this. Coaches know this. All the top basketball Canada officers know it too. This moment, for this men’s basketball program, cannot be lost. It’s been two decades since Steve Nash, Rowan Barrett and the rest of these Canadian players left the field at the Olympics in Australia after losing to France. Now, with an unprecedented amount of ...

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A skull in China would belong to a new human species

Photo: Xijun Ni et al. An ancient skull, hidden by a family for nearly 90 years, could be the key to helping researchers identify a new human species. The skull was donated to a university museum just three years ago and the results of a careful analysis have just been revealed. This incredible fossil is actually part of a new ...

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Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth grapple with the ‘utopian ashes’ of their love |

Bobby gillespie, lead singer of Primal Scream, teamed up with Jehnny beth Savages for their first collaboration, Utopian ashes, a beautifully dark and gray project. His alt-rock styles feature a series of songs that revolve around a falling apart relationship. With the inevitable end of a marriage in sight, musicians struggle with broken hearts and the inability to articulate or ...

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Federal government wants to remove Oyster Bay supervisor and other city officials

Federal lawyers are seeking to impeach Oyster Bay city supervisor Joseph Saladino and other city officials in a housing discrimination lawsuit, according to court documents reviewed by Newsday. The US Department of Justice sued the city in 2014 in Eastern District Court in Central Islip, alleging that Oyster Bay’s Golden Age and Next Generation housing programs violate federal fair housing ...

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