Utopia and Uvalde groups need sponsors to honor veterans

Groups in Uvalde and Utopia are mobilizing community support to ensure that veterans buried in area cemeteries are commemorated and celebrated this holiday season. Each $ 15 donation, which covers a wreath, will help ensure that the approximately 600 veterans at Hillcrest Cemetery in Uvalde and many others buried in Utopia and Vanderpool cemeteries are recognized at the National Wreaths ...

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10 best TV shows currently airing, according to IMDb

From the moment HBO started producing its own original content, television entered a golden age and has improved since then. Over the past three decades, television has grown from a poor imitation of cinema to showing cinematic quality series with such regularity that it has become the norm. RELATED: 10 HBO Shows That Could Get An Origin Movie From Many ...

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Today’s Gospel in Art: First Sunday of Advent

Specter, Photo by Dylan Arnold, 2017 © Dylan Arnold Photography Source: Christian art Gospel of November 28, 2021 – Luke 21: 25-28,34-36Jesus said to his disciples: “There will be signs in the sun, moon, and stars; on the land of nations in agony, stunned by the clamor of the ocean and its waves; men dying of fear while waiting for ...

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How the sport and spectacle combination of professional wrestling won me over (and helped me understand America) -Entertainment News, Firstpost

At the turn of the millennium, when most Indian homes like ours didn’t have internet access, it was wrestling that helped me figure out what America was thinking every week. When the going gets tough, we turn to our favorite guilty pleasures. But when it comes to entertainment, is there even guilt in what makes you happy? In our new ...

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MANDOKI SOULMATES Celebrates Music + Members Receive Grammy Nominations For Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving 2021 was definitely a time of celebration for Mandoki Soulmates. As an example, two of the band members received Grammy nominations – Cory Henry for Album of the Year and Best Progressive R&B Album and Randy Brecker for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album. In addition to the fact that the group recently released a video for the song “The Torch” ...

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DC just brought back a forgotten villain who could doom the multiverse

Deathstroke Inc. # 3 reveals that a forgotten DC villain is the real force behind TRUST, and their involvement could endanger the Multiverse. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Deathstroke Inc. # 3, on sale now from DC Comics. Since the launch of the Infinite border limited series, the multiverse has played a huge role in the status quo of ...

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The Empire’s biggest mistake was Endor, not the Death Stars

Although Galen Erso spoiled the first Death Star, what happened with Endor was just an embarrassing tactical oversight in Star Wars. Emperor Palpatine – Star wars‘Mightiest Sith Lord – wasn’t just renowned for his skill with a lightsaber or control of the Force: he was a Class A schemer. The way he played the long game to weaken the Republic ...

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Millennium Watch Book – Tourbillons – From Every Angle – The Millennium Watch Book

It was in the middle of winter, while I was doing my Sunday jog in the Geneva countryside, that I saw this book. Not just for this one, but for an entire collection up to 2030 – ten volumes at a time! Those who have already seen the very first The Millennium Watch Book, released in 2020, will find a ...

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Our society is hysterical about sex work – but we have a duty to protect those who do

Stefano Leonardi / Millennium Images, UK Our society’s relationship to sex work is often characterized by dismayed hysteria and lascivious titillation. The media are mainly interested in stories of unthinkable violence and trauma, or those of privileged, highly modeled, and highly paid sex workers who lazily do half an hour of work once a month for a new handbag of ...

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The commemoration of the Exodus is an antidote to denial

(November 25, 2021 / JNS) Professor Mohamed Aboulghar is a busy man – an obstetrician, a politician and an amateur historian who has published two books on the Jews of Egypt. Apparently they are selling like hot cakes. In a recent Zoom meeting, however, his claim that few Jews were driven out after the 1956 Suez Crisis, and that the ...

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