Monthly Archives: July 2021

Millennial storm northeast of Philly? With climate change, the frequency of floods increases

“One thousand years” means that a meteorological event has a 0.1% chance of occurring each year, but with climate change, the frequency of flooding increases. 6ABC 💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia every day. It’s not every day that you see emergency rescue boats ...

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KREATOR will release Endorama – Ultimate Edition in December; Lyric video released for “Golden Age” (remastered)

AFM Records will release Kreator’s Endorama – Ultimate Edition on December 17th. A lyric video for the remastered version of “Golden Age” can be found below. Kreator surely doesn’t need to be introduced to anyone at this point. The Germans were among the distinctive groups that helped shape and shape the emerging thrash style in the 1980s. And through landmark ...

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2021-2026 Salon Management Software Market Innovation Study with Major Key Players are Rosy, Millennium, Booker, Phorest Salon Software

Global Salon Management Software Industry: With Significant CAGR Growth in 2021-2026 New Research Report on Salon Management Software Market which covers market overview, future economic impact, competition by manufacturers, supply (production) and consumption analysis Understand the influence of COVID-19[feminine sur le Marché des logiciels de gestion de salon avec nos analystes surveillant la situation à travers le monde. Demander maintenant ...

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Social networks gave a voice to the Cuban awakening

Social media can be a force for good, and it’s not something you hear frequently in today’s world. While the dangers of social platforms, including censorship, are being swept into the global public arena, America’s social media companies are catalyzing much needed changes around the world. Right now, 90 miles from Key West, a social media-fueled revival is tearing apart ...

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Does white privilege just cause further division?

There is an old maxim that goes back to pre-Christian times, divide and conquer. Julius Caesar modified it to divide and rule better. Fast forward a few thousand years, and to this current discussion of White Privilege, which is very important in a country like New Zealand. According to emails published under the Official Information Act, the Education Ministry spent ...

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Screen Media concludes distribution agreement with Millennium Media

Screen Media, the distributor of “The Outpost” and “Willy’s Wonderland”, has entered into a distribution agreement with Millennium Media, the company behind the The Expendables and Olympus a Fallen franchises, to release at least five films per year for the next three years. The first film under the deal will be “The Enforcer” starring Antonio Banderas, Kate Bosworth and 2 ...

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An 8,500 square foot slice of Utopia on Richmond Hill, with poolhouse, balcony and stunning views

You no longer have to escape the countryside in search of beautiful green surroundings and river frontage, as this rather sizable (and rather expensive) Georgian property in Richmond proves. On the gentle slope of Richmond Hill, The Grade I listed The Wick is a secret Georgian paradise that resembles a country house, yet a short walk from the heart of ...

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Singer, dancer, actor; but wait, there’s more to Kristin Chenoweth

Loading Sonnenfeld, with whom she had worked a few times, was able to excite her interest when he called her to offer him the role. “He said, ‘You have to do it, it’s an 18 page song and I’m going to do it all at once.’ He knows that for me that’s the challenge. I said, “I’m in it. “ ...

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Police investigation into ‘Sulli Deals’ case hits wall

New Delhi: After weeks of investigation into mobile app that allegedly ‘auctioned off’ Muslim women by uploading photos and personal information, Delhi police are far from a lead, Millennium Post told Millennium Post several officials familiar with the investigation, adding that a key response from GitHub, the platform that hosted the app, is holding back its probe. A senior officer ...

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Cauleen Smith pleads for “radical generosity”

“Give It or Leave It,” Cauleen Smith’s immersive and kaleidoscopic solo exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, begins with the proposition of giving instead of taking. A revision of the saying “take it or leave it,” the title signals what Smith describes in the exhibition catalog as an act of “radical generosity” and the exhibition – which ...

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