New golden age of Danish design sees Copenhagen rival Milan

Danish design is experiencing a “golden age” with Copenhagen becoming a manufacturing center comparable to Milan, according to Anders Byriel, CEO of Danish textile brand Kvadrat. “We have big companies and it looks like the area around Milan,” he said, referring to the concentration of design-focused furniture and lighting manufacturers in northern Italy. Copenhagen becomes the “third hub” after Milan ...

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SF Mission Bay sidewalks are sinking fast, but city won’t fix ‘private property’ – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) – A few blocks from the tilting Millennium Tower in San Francisco, something else is pouring out. KPIX 5 was the first to report the problem a year ago and it is only getting worse. But it’s not a sinking building, it’s the sidewalk. Ask most of the locals in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco ...

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Astronomers finally solve mystery of famous 900-year-old Chinese supernova

The 900-year-old mystery was finally solved when an international team of astronomers said they had identified the source of a famous supernova recorded by astronomers in 1181 AD. The supernova, known as the “Chinese Guest Star,” has been observed by Chinese and Japanese astronomers and is said to have been as bright as Saturn and visible in the night sky ...

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Not the golden age of the PH economy – Manila Bulletin

Today marks the 49th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by former President Ferdinand Marcos, who ruled the nation with an iron fist from September 21, 1972 until his overthrow on February 25, 1986. In the media social, its supporters claimed that the Philippines was the “richest country in Asia” during the Marcos era which they saw as the ...

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Why Samuel Adams’ utopias are banned in North and South Carolina

Samuel Adams 2021 Utopias is scheduled for release on October 11. Handout Samuel adams Samuel Adams’ mighty Utopia beer is slated for release next month, but people in the Carolinas likely won’t be able to get a drink. This is because the special beer has an alcohol level by volume of 28% and is so strong that it is illegal ...

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Civic Sanskriti: the utopian dream without a vehicle must come true for the city of Pune

What is your reaction to the idea of ​​neighborhoods and cities without a private vehicle? Utopian. Impossible. It’s too hot! There is no last mile connectivity; you can’t wait at the bus stop. I won’t arrive in time. What about emergency vehicles? People value their time, you know! These are the most common responses from friends and colleagues to whom ...

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Decapitated body without organs recovered from Hooghly River

Kolkata: Tension reigned near the city’s Baje Kadamtala ghat after a decapitated decapitated body of a man was found floating in the Hooghly River on Monday morning. Police said at around 11:15 a.m. on Monday, West Port Police Station was told by river traffic police cops of a decapitated body floating in the water near the 1 ghat botanical garden. ...

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SETI AIR Newsletter – September 2021

As summer draws to a close, the cultural fall season comes to life. In fact, many of our SETI AIRs are already busy participating in major international festivals and creating live productions. It was a difficult year for artists of all disciplines. The challenges of blocks, limited access to studios and collaborators, and a drastically reduced audience meant people active ...

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GV Art Gallery explores “Canal by Canal” with Jason Reblando – Grand Valley Lanthorn

The Grand Valley State University Art Gallery on Friday hosted documentary photographer Jason Reblando as part of its “On The Wall Artist Talk” series. The event took place in person and on zoom, and featured an in-depth discussion with Reblando about his work. The lectures focused specifically on his photography exhibitions at GVSU, “Canal By Canal”, exhibited in the gallery ...

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Limiting the Fees and Future of PIP Litigation in Florida

There has already been a huge increase in lawsuits filed on behalf of establishments that provided the types of diagnostic services that are affected by the court ruling. This trend is likely to increase in the coming months. (Credit: NIKCOA / Shutterstock) Injury Protection Litigation (PIP) in Florida has been a high volume practice area. Unfortunately, the number of PIP ...

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