“His proudest achievements were those to come”

“HIS proudest accomplishments were those to come. This line from Tim Cook’s memo to Apple employees on the 10th anniversary of Steve Jobs’ passing on October 5 has been on my mind constantly since I read it. I realized it didn’t just capture the essence, genius and uniqueness of Steve Jobs; it is the idealization of a perspective and must ...

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Suffering from a Mozart overdose in a beautiful city – The Berlin Spectator

Salzburg is one of the most important tourist poles in Austria, and also one of the most beautiful. A name and a face are omnipresent. Obviously, it’s Mozart. There is no escaping him there. Berlin, October 14, 2021 (The Berlin Spectator) – Get nougat, dark chocolate, marzipan, and pistachio. Put everything together and form a ball. Then cover it with ...

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Millenium Email Notes “Concerns” Regarding New Geotechnical Review – NBC Bay Area

The Millennium Tower Association consultant complained to city officials last month about the potential impact of an independent geotechnical review of the ailing sinking tower and leaning tower repair project – citing the increasing costs of keeping teams on site to quickly resume work on the inactive effort. In the email sent on September 27, Matt Dutrow, a technical consultant ...

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Hancock author publishes his latest book “Chasing Eden”

Howard Mansfield is in many ways a knowledge seeker. Through his writings, the author of Hancock “sifts through the mundane and oblivion to discover stories that speak to us about ourselves and our place in the world.” In Mansfield’s latest book, “Chasing Eden: A Book of Seekers,” he focuses on three topics that many in the country’s history have pursued ...

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UK opens art exhibition dedicated to Spain’s Golden Age

Bishop Auckland, United Kingdom, October 13 (EFE) .- The United Kingdom opened its first exhibition dedicated to the art, history and culture of Spain with an exhibition of Spanish art of the age gold at Auckland Castle in the heart of County Durham in the North East of England. The art exhibition is presented in the majestic Bishop’s Auckland Palace ...

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RELIGION: Tales from the Road: Valley of Death

When we arrived in California to visit our son and his family, Ron asked, “How was the trip? “It was a tough trip. I walked through Death Valley just to see you.” “Really, daddy?” So you, a 74 year old Californian, finally visited Death Valley National Park. Was it worth it? “For a Californian, definitely, YES. But I think for ...

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Plymouth residents urged to invest in revival of old Millennium nightclub

The shares have been put up for sale to the public with the aim of raising up to £ 520,000 and handing over the old Plymouth Millennium Nightclub and Cinema building as a concert hall and business center. Nudge Community Builders, the social enterprise that bought the sprawling Union Street building in 2020, has launched a community sharing offer with ...

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“Y: The Last Man” Recap: Marrisville and Beth Return

We are seven episodes in the first season of Y: The last man, and so far, it’s been fascinating to see which storylines from the comics have been selected for adaptation given the scale of the overall story changes in this reimagining. Last week’s episode, titled “Weird Al Is Dead,” found a way to recreate the vigil for extinct men ...

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UH College of Pharmacy joins nationwide network of universities to transform the way medicines and vaccines are dispensed

The University of Houston College of Pharmacy is helping create healthier communities by joining a nationwide network of universities to transform the way drugs and vaccines are delivered. Photo courtesy of: GettyImages The University of Houston College of Pharmacy joins the RAPID Alliance Médicaments 360 study with the goal of transforming the way drugs and vaccines are delivered in the ...

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Immigrant Rights Activists Gather in Downtown Yakima to Lobby for Path to Citizenship | Local

A group of immigrant rights activists chanted “Si Se Puede” (yes you can) on Monday in downtown Yakima, calling on the Biden administration to keep its promise to immigrants. About 40 people gathered at the Millennium Plaza, where a table was set up with a notice board and markers for those in attendance to sign for the rally. Host Rafael ...

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