Men, women and relationships! Readers’ Ideas to Make It Work – Faith & You by Terry Pluto

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Last week I wrote a Faith & You column about what women expect from men – or at least some ideas from my wife for 44 years. It was published in The Plain Dealer under the title: WATCH ME. LISTEN TO ME. LOVE ME. These were things that Roberta liked, who is also my best friend. I ...

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Governor Hochul announces completion of new ramps at Kew Gardens interchange in Queens

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced a milestone in the Kew Gardens Interchange Phase 4 project in Queens. Construction was completed on two newly reconfigured ramps that will improve safety and reduce congestion along this busy suburban corridor used by hundreds of thousands of commuters every day to reach John F. Kennedy International Airport and other key destinations throughout New York ...

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Why Hamaguchi Ryusuke has an appeal that extends beyond Asia

The Japanese film industry has produced dozens of directors who, over the decades, have been hailed by Japanese critics as masters but never achieved prominence abroad. Kurosawa Akira and Ozu Yasujiro have already been regularly cited by foreign filmmakers visiting Japan; the famous Naruse Mikio and Kinoshita Keisuke, much less often. A similar situation has long prevailed with so-called “4K” ...

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30 years after Soundgarden’s masterpiece “Badmotorfinger”

1991 was an incredible year for music. One can not deny it. The amount of iconic and groundbreaking albums that have been released in its 12 months is simply staggering. no matter, Blue lines, Screamadelica, The low-end theory, the list is endless. Even Metallica’s controversial “Black Album” was released that year. Apparently the year the future broke away from the ...

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Despite warnings, repairs to San Francisco’s Millennium Tower resulted in additional shipwreck – CBS San Francisco

By Abigail Sterling and Max Darrow SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – Construction of a patch for the Leaning Millennium Tower of San Francisco stopped at the end of August because the fix actually sank the tower even more. Now it looks like some of this damage could have been avoided. READ MORE: Pfizer seeks approval to administer its COVID-19 vaccine ...

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Matthieu W. Gobert | Uvalde Leader News

Matthew W. Gobert Matthew W. Gobert Matthew “Matt” Wayne Gobert, 57, of Utopia died on October 3, 2021 at the Methodist Metropolitan Hospital in San Antonio. There will be a funeral service tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Jones Cemetery in Utopia. He was born in Baytown on March 24, 1964, to Pat (Perkins) and Milton Gobert. His family said he ...

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THE VIOLET IS THE NEW HOLIDAY | Thousand Oaks makes all the right choices – VC Reporter

by Paul [email protected] Ventura County has always been a story of two cities. Despite all the wealth and prestige of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks and surrounding areas, there have been pockets of poverty that plagued other parts of the county. For years, Simi Valley has been viewed as a trailer park community, a stereotypical reputation on television and in movies. ...

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Tests for Millennium Tower Fix await expert review – NBC Bay Area

An outside expert is now advising the City of San Francisco and the Millennium Tower Owners Association on how to proceed with the proposed tests on the problematic solution of the sinking and tilting building. While the proposal is on hold at the moment, Millennium officials hope to begin installing on a test stack as early as next week. The ...

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Richmond Public Library: Learning to Love Our Fall Years

“Grow old with me! The best remains to be, the last in life, for which the first was made… ” Robert browning The official start of fall, also known as the fall equinox, took place on September 22. This kicked off what many people consider to be a generally pleasant time of year. There is a lot to love about ...

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County Gallatin, MT recklessly invests in Broadband Boondoggle

Despite substantial evidence of the waste and ineffectiveness of government-owned broadband networks (GON), Gallatin County, Montana, has become the latest government entity to agree to make such an investment. Citizens Against Government Waste has written about these projects often, including a July 2021 report, “The Folly of Government-Owned Networks,” which points out that while expanding internet access is a laudable ...

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