Céline Boutier, the golden age continues

First the triumph at the Solheim Cup, then the feat at the French Open. Now the feat has come to Galloway, New Jersey, at the ShopRite Classic where, with a big comeback in the last lap (where he climbed from tenth position) and a total of 199 (66 70 63, -14) strokes , he won the second career title on ...

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Chicago officials to release Halloween guidelines this week – NBC Chicago

Chicago health officials are preparing to release guidelines to celebrate Halloween this week. The Chicago Department of Public Health told NBC Chicago on Monday that the city “should have an updated Halloween guidelines later this week.” “The CDPH is following the CDC and recommends that people consult them if they have any questions in the meantime,” the department said in ...

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“I’m not proud of it”

Omarion, Lil Fizz Vivien Killilea / Getty; Greg Doherty / Getty Omarion and Lil Fizz officially leave their drama in the past. Former members of the group B2K took to the stage on Friday for the Millennium Tour stop in Los Angeles and Lil Fizz, 35, apologized publicly to the 36-year-old singer for dating his ex-girlfriend Apryl Jones. Omarion and ...

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Russian Ambassador: America wants to push Russia out of Bulgaria. This goal is utopian – Novinite.com

The United States wants to drive Russia out of all spheres of life by Bulgaria. However, this goal is Utopian. This was stated in an interview with RIA Novosti by the Russian ambassador to Sofia Eleonora Mitrofanova. Eleonora Mitrofanova recalls the expulsion of a number of Russian diplomats from Sofia as an example of the United States’ willingness to deal ...

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Remembering Rembrandt, the Dutch artist who created more than 80 self-portraits – Edexlive

It’s October 4 | (Photo: Edexlive) The pride and joy of Dutch history Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, or simply Rembrandt, is an artist who transformed the world with his more impasto technique, he is also known to have created the highest number of self-portraits, over 80 to 100 of them. But his prowess extended to biblical, historical paintings, landscapes and ...

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Tracks of the week: new music from Ghost, Mastodon and more

So here we are once again, in the playground of broken hearts. That’s what Marillion’s Fish sang in 1983, but he could easily have referred to last week’s Tracks Of The Week contest, in which three songs reached the rock’n’roll triumph podium while five were forever banned in the trash. of musical ignominy. So congratulations to Carol Hodge, whose The ...

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Arizona’s Best High School Football Week 7 Players

A look at those who stood out in Week 7 of the Arizona high school football season: Will Galvan, Glendale Cactus, QB He threw a school record of seven touchdown passes in a Poston Butte rout. Logan Hubler, American leadership Queen Creek, QB, Completed 17 of 27 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 80 yards and ...

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Alone with the virus; a perspective on how a groundbreaking case does an issue on a student – Boston University News Service

By Meera RamanBoston university After completing over a year at Zoom University at McGill, bent over with only a blue light filling my face as I completed my undergraduate degree, heading back to a campus to begin my graduate degree at the Boston University was meant to be a celebration; a return to normal and connection. I looked forward to ...

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Chesterfield Diamond Anniversary Couple Celebrate 60 Years of Marital Bliss

Margaret and Gordon Smith, of Brimington, celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on September 30 Margaret and Gordon Smith, of Brimington, now 83, were married at the Chesterfield Registry Office on September 30, 1961. The couple met in their early twenties when Margaret, originally from Scotland, found a job in the butcher’s department at the West Bars Co-op store and Gordon ...

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The math of God – AllOnGeorgia

Math has never been my strong suit. I was reminded of this last week when I tried to help my 7e grader for her nine-week math exam. Most math problems are beyond me, but I like word problems where you have to figure out which process to use to get the correct answer. Each process has another process which can ...

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