Millennium

Burnaby to install special lighting on 5 km of SkyTrain Expo line

A major public space upgrade is underway for the SkyTrain Expo line elevated guideway in Burnaby. The city government plans to spend $ 9.8 million to install new permanent special lighting that illuminates the underside of the elevated guideway between Patterson and Edmonds stations, for a total distance of just under five kilometers. This accent lighting would be installed on ...

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Climate activists demand action at Millennium Park protests – The Columbia Chronicle

Millennium Park is usually packed with tourists gathered to take photos of their reflection in Cloud Gate. But last Friday, Adrian Ostrow had other plans. Ostrow led a group of demonstrators, made up of around thirty students from Chicago Chapter of Fridays for Future – a local, non-profit organization run by young people and part of the international community The ...

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Some supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro turn against him

MBOOK OVIMENTO BRASIL (MBL), or the Free Brazil Movement, is a group of angry young men who have a knack for using social media and the streets to achieve their political goals. Since its inception seven years ago, the right-wing group has helped bring down a president, leftist Dilma Rousseff, who was ousted in 2016, and played the role of ...

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BBC viewers praise Millennium 7 Up contributor

A woman who appeared on the Millennium 7Up series has been praised by BBC viewers after revealing that she avoided a career in law to teach children from “difficult backgrounds”. Courtney, from Liverpool, first appeared on the documentary project – which catches up to each of its subjects every seven years – at the turn of the millennium, where she ...

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Minnesota movie theaters stay open and sell popcorn

“Fundraising Zone Logo” What does an owner of a government-closed cinema do in the midst of the Covid pandemic? They sell movie theater popcorn! The motto of this couple is: “When life throws you grains, make popcorn”. What does a movie theater owner do in the midst of the Covid pandemic when he can’t show movies in theaters? They sell ...

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Mission Bay sidewalks are (still) sinking, creating trip hazards; Drought could make matters worse

Residents of San Francisco’s newer neighborhood around Mission Bay and China Basin say the buildings and sidewalk settlements have caused many unstable sidewalks over the years. However, due to the drought, the clay under the area can be exacerbated by shrinkage. As you may know, Mission Bay is built on a landfill with a complex of new homes, offices, laboratories, ...

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The Creepiest Eyes In Anime, Ranked By Design

It is a common theme in the anime for the eyes to possess powers beyond anything imaginable. Some of the strongest characters harness their power in their eyes. There are eyes capable of reading minds, creating illusions, and even destroying. RELATED: Naruto: All Eyes Of Sasuke Uchiha, Ranked Eye powers are generally both envied and feared by those who witness ...

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