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Everyone Comes Home, “Toe Expert” Rex Ryan Just Wins TV of the Week | This is the loop

You humble Normans might not know it, but every week the biggest stars in TV, from sports to soap opera to late night, take part in a high stakes, unrestricted contest to see who wins. television that week. Bitcoin is pooled, bets are taken, and bragging rights are won and …

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Wind advisory expires at 7 p.m., winter mix dispersed

DETROIT – A wind advisory is in effect for Detroit and all of southeastern Michigan by 7:00 p.m. Welcome to Saturday. Strong winds and gusts still affect the area. Sustained wind speeds can reach 15-35 mph, with gusts of up to 50 mph or more. Local 4Casters are keeping track …

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Berm College nearing completion | Education

Almost every day, Bermudian Springs administrators make a quick stroll around the south side of campus to check out the new college project. Each week, they make a few suggestions for adjustments to make sure things are perfect for its grand opening on January 3rd. “I’m excited, but we’re still …

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TikTok can’t believe this massive KFC drink size

That’s right, you read it right – you can get your drink in a bucket. If you’re surprised, you probably feel like TikTok user Aubrey Layton. Layton and his mom went to KFC and placed an order for a 10 piece treat, a large coleslaw, two large fries, 4 cookies, …

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Aurora recycling center now accepts aerosol products and small propane tanks

Residents of Kane County can now take advantage of expanded recycling offers at the Aurora Recycling Center located at 911 N. Lake St. The Expanded Recycling Program is in partnership with Kane County, VetTech, eWorks Electronics and Flat Can Recycling. Aerosol products and small propane tanks are now accepted on …

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Social networks: a blessing or a curse? | News, Sports, Jobs

Not long ago, the VFTB asked the question: Technology: friend or foe? This story is derived from that one. Over the past decade and more, the means of communication have changed dramatically through mobile devices and the creation of Email, SMS, Facebook, Face Time, Skype, Zoom, Instagram and everything else …

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Sony Pictures Televisions buys majority stake in Bad Wolf – VideoAge International

Sony Pictures Televisions acquires majority stake in Bad Wolf Sony Pictures Television has acquired a majority stake in production company Bad Wolf. Based in Cardiff, South Wales, and founded by Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner, Bad Wolf has produced over 50 hours of dramatic programming. The prodco is at the …

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Anna Maria Beach Resort Deploys BeyondTV by HIS for Latest Industry Capabilities to Achieve Ultimate Personalization of In-Room Entertainment

ANNA MARIA ISLAND, Florida – November 30, 2021 – Hotel Internet Services (HIS), a full-service provider of Internet services and solutions for the hospitality industry, is pleased to announce the successful adoption of its industry-leading personalized content streaming platform, BeyondTV , by Anna Maria Beach Resort. Following a recent large-scale …

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UK tables bill against manufacturers of insecure digital products – JURIST – News

The UK government on Wednesday introduced the Product Safety and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill to regulate cybersecurity. The bill aims to impose more severe penalties for non-compliance with the standards it introduces. The bill was created to help protect consumers from hacker attacks by imposing security requirements on all manufacturers of …

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Minister warns manufacturers against dumping unwanted analog TVs in South Africa

Communications Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni provided an update on Wednesday, saying South Africa was making good progress in completing digital migration. FILE: Photo: Minister of Communications Khumbudzo Ntshavheni. Twitter / @ GovernmentZA CAPE TOWN – Communications Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has warned of dumping analog TVs as South Africa migrates to digital …

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Save BIG on these UGREEN docking stations this Black Friday

(Plush pocket) – Now that Black Friday is just around the corner, it’s time to put together a list of all the products you need right now. You’re probably going to include a list of all the electronics you were hoping to buy, such as televisions, tablets, or other large …

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Julie Kavner Net Worth (2021 Update)

What is Julie Kavner’s net worth? Net value : $ 85 million Age: 70 Born: September 7, 1950 Native country: united states of america Wealth source: Professional actress Last update: 2021 introduction Julie Kavner is an American actress. Kavner first noticed her role as Brenda Morgenstern, the younger sister of …

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SLING TV to expand South Asian content with addition of India’s first OTT service, MX ONE

– SLING International subscribers can access over 650 hours of premium programming and web originals from MX Player’s SVOD subscription service in the US: MX ONE – Content available in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali and other languages – MX ONE is available as part of Desi Binge, Hindi Pack …

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Waterproof TV Market Size, Growth (2021-2028)

New Jersey, United States, – A new informative report titled “Waterproof TV Market Size 2021 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Forecast to 2028 “ was recently published by Verified Market Research® in its massive database that helps shape the future of businesses by making well-informed business decisions. It offers a …

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Best Nintendo Switch games of 2021

Other games we tested Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition Since Chronicles of Xenoblade debuted on the Wii years ago, fans are clamoring for a remaster of one of the best JRPGs of the century. We finally got it in May 2020. The Definitive edition features improved graphics, new soundtracks and hours …

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Two NH fugitives arrested on the coast

US Marshals on Tuesday arrested two fugitives wanted by justice in the Seacoast region. Acting on multiple boards, the Marshals and Somerworth Police went to a Franklin Street apartment in Somersworth to arrest Samuel Warren, 34, for breach of bail over an ongoing case alleging possession with the intention to …

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UP Home Health & Hospice Donate TVs as part of a fundraiser

UP Home Health & Hospice and UP Private Duty Services offer TWO Hisense 55 inch 4K smart LED TVs! We are working with the TV6 Canathon and Toys for Tots of the United States Marine Corps Reserve in their efforts to help our community while on vacation. Donate three non-perishable …

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When your TV just isn’t smart – Marin Independent Journal

Independent Journal Frankie Frost / Marin Barry tompkins I don’t know Ted Lasso personally, but I hate him. I’m not jealous because he’s the fictional star of what might be the most popular television series in the western world, but because he’s costing me enough money to have Christmas presents …

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Red Sox legend Jerry Remy celebrated in public

The late Red Sox Hall of Famer and broadcaster Jerry Remy received a wave of adoration from fans who invited his family to pay homage to him at his vigil. “I am so impressed that they have had this wonderful and wonderful tribute to this man whom I cannot say …

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Home appliances and consumer electronics companies see their sales of Dhanteras increase by 45%; expect to end the holiday season on a high note

Home appliance and consumer electronics makers reported a 45% increase in Dhanteras sales and expect good growth this holiday season, driven by strong demand for large-screen TVs and a high-end product line. Although the industry faces persistent inflation coupled with a semiconductor shortage, companies like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, LG and …

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Community Voices: What will it look like in 100 years? | Community voice

The past 100 years have seen a literal “explosion” of scientific and technical knowledge and achievement. The timeline would look like a hockey stick. In the early 1900s, medicine was pretty primitive compared to what we have today. Automobiles, airplanes, telephones, electrification, photography and radios were in their infancy. Milk …

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World Series fans looking for a taste of their sports bar find fertile ground in Atlanta

ATLANTA – Chris Brown took his place in the Coca-Cola Corner shortly after 5 p.m., about three hours before the start of Game 5 of the World Series. At least for him, it’s always better to be seated than standing. “I’d rather be here, you can see it, but go …

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Drive-thru recycling kit for household hazardous waste in Lower Burrell

Lower Burrell will be hosting a drive-through recycling drive for household hazardous waste next Saturday. The event is only open to city residents. Residents must register in advance by visiting the Noble Environmental Specialty Recycling website or calling 412-567-6566. The recycling company charges a fee for all items. Accepted items …

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Samsung warns supply chain disruptions could affect chip demand and profit to three-year high

Seoul: Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said on Thursday that it expects component shortages to affect some customers’ demand for chips in the last three months of the year, after reporting its highest quarterly profit in three years. The warning comes as producers of goods, from televisions to cars, have faced …

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Taco Bell looks at Rowe’s photo site on Mt. Hope Avenue

A Taco Bell could replace a longtime Rochester photography business on Mt. Hope Avenue under a proposal being considered next month by city council. Council members are expected to vote on Nov. 9 to dezone two properties behind Rowe Photo, Video and Audio that make up the parking lot the …

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Crackle Plus owner enters Indian market with acquisition of Locomotive Global

Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, the parent company of Crackle Plus, plans to enter the streaming market in India through its acquisition of Locomotive Global. Locomotive Global is an India-based production company led by Scott Anderson, former head of programming and acquisition strategy at Hallmark Channel who also worked …

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Is something more made in America?

There are times in all of our lives when a revelation occurs or a light bulb lights up in our head sending a message that makes us sit down and take note. For me, this happened recently while taking out my clothes for the day. Looking at the manufacturing labels …

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Here’s the one decision haunting Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman

When the coronavirus hit our shores in mid-March 2020, Americans were largely unprepared, as the virus had simply made headlines on our phones and televisions – not a real threat that could kill nearly anywhere. ‘a million of our family, friends, colleagues and neighbors. Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman was one …

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Detroit-style ‘Cross Street Public House’ pizza bar opens in Federal Hill

Cross Street Public House opened in the former 10,000 square foot Stalking Horse home at 26 E. Cross St. in Federal Hill. This “upscale tavern” with a Detroit-style pizza-focused menu is owned by Andrew Carter and Jesse Selke of Delia Foley’s Group, as well as industry veteran Jason Zink. Carter …

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Cadence Hotel selects BeyondTV for advanced in-room entertainment and future-proof customer service compatibility

NIAGARA FALLS, NY – Hotel Internet Services (HIS), a provider of comprehensive Internet services and solutions to the hospitality industry, announced the adoption of its BeyondTV content streaming solution and guest services by The Cadence Hotel in Niagara Falls , New York. A newly opened boutique luxury property within walking …

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Hisense 4K laser TV with TriChroma technology and 100-inch screen now available

The new line of Hisense premium 4K laser televisions with TriChroma technology are now available in Australia to deliver a high quality big screen home entertainment experience. The Short Throw Projector has three primary color lasers which can produce stunning images on its included 100 inch screen which can easily …

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Two new books explore the impact of accelerating technology

October 16, 2021 The exponential age. By Azeem Azhar. Diversion books; 352 pages; $ 28.99. Published in Great Britain as “Exponential”; Random business from home; £ 20 Human borders. By Michael Bhaskar. MIT Press; 432 pages; $ 29.95. Bridge Street Press; £ 20 Masters of scale. By Reid Hoffman with …

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Biden calls for work in polluted ports for EJ activists

President Biden’s support this week for keeping the Port of Los Angeles open 24/7 to boost the nation’s supply chain has infuriated public health advocates and left many questioning his environmental justice promises. The port, the largest in the country, is also the biggest source of air pollution in Southern …

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Washington Holds Fall Cleanup Saturday | KCII Radio

The city of Washington is hosting its fall clean-up at the Yard Waste Center and wastewater treatment plant this Saturday. City residents should bring their ID or a copy of their utility bill and are asked to stay in their vehicles. They can get rid of general waste free of …

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Laser Expands GTEK HDMI 2.1 Cable Range to 3m and 5m to Support Latest Products

Laser has expanded its line of ultra-GTEK-certified HDMI 2.1 cables to include 3m and 5m options – the first time that HDMI 2.1 cables have been offered in Australia at these lengths. In a world where game consoles, televisions, projectors and other home entertainment equipment improve in quality and performance, …

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Celebrate the Astros in the playoffs at these local restaurants and bars

Our beloved Houston Astros again reached the playoffs. Last month, the home team was named the division champion, bringing the American League West title back to Clutch City. Although the playoffs this season have been tight, the Astros appear to be holding on after suffering a loss in Game 3 …

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Finding great things to see during the day can be difficult – Daily Local

Newton Minnow, Kennedy-era chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, once described television as the “Vast Wasteland.” He watched TV during the day. It is a talent in itself to be able to see it. My odd schedule gives me the opportunity to watch TV all day. The day is the …

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Millions of devices may soon be without the internet

Internet blackouts could soon affect smartphones, televisions or consoles. Because the certification ends with the old models. You can find out how to fix the problem here. Let’s Encrypt, possibly the largest issuer of digital certificates, warns users of older smartphones and other devices: As of September 30, the “IdentTrust …

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Microsoft is bringing back Kinect for Sky TV

Sky has announced that it is teaming up with Microsoft to bring a Kinect-like camera to its new line of all-in-one TVs. Sky Glass will be a new line of televisions incorporating Sky TV streaming, along with 21 other entertainment apps at launch. The TV will also have six built-in …

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Community wide cleanup scheduled for Texarkana, Arkansas, October 23

By Andrew Bell Texarkana Gazette TEXARKANA, Ark. – A community-wide clean-up will take place at Bobby Ferguson Park on Saturday, October 23 from 9 a.m. to noon. This is an annual event hosted by the Texarkana Arkansas City Beautiful Commission and the City of Texarkana, Arkansas. In addition to cleaning, …

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The price of classics is way too expensive these days (infographic) / Digital Information World

There are several classics of the world and in the electronic world these vintage artifacts have a different value. What is more curious, however, is the relationship between the value of these vintages when they were first released and the monetary value they have now. Comparing their value yesterday and …

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What is OLED? | Tom’s Guide

In the land of high-end displays, OLED – or organic light-emitting diode – technology is considered the pinnacle of picture quality. Just look at a recent phone like the iPhone 13 Pro Max and it’s easy to see why. From impressive color saturation and ultra-wide viewing angles to perfect blacks, …

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Providence, SNF’s highest ratings ever on TV: Tom Brady Buccaneers Patriots

Tom Brady’s return to Gillette Stadium has been one of New England’s most anticipated regular season games. Ultimately, a good chunk of Providence tipped on Sunday night to watch Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Patriots. According to NBC Sports, Providence recorded the highest rating ever recorded …

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What to expect, release date

CSI: Vegas joined the CSI franchisee this fall. Read on to find out more. What is CSI: Vegas The CSI franchise is a television series created by Anthony E. Zuiker. The first three shows of the franchise- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, and CSI: New York monitor a group …

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‘Seinfeld’ fans are upset that Netflix’s aspect ratio removes jokes

Seinfeld finally arrived on Netflix on Friday, and while all 180 episodes are now available on the streaming service, some jokes literally went unchecked. As posted on social media, some of the show’s visual gags have been removed due to the show’s now 16: 9 aspect ratio which updates the …

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4 players on the St. Louis Cardinals playoff roster bubble

The St. Louis Cardinals must decide who to take out of the 28-man roster for the playoffs. “The playoffs? Are you talking about playoffs? The term “long shot” would have been nice to describe the St. Louis Cardinals’ chances of making the playoffs just over a month ago. But the …

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Mentor planners approve expansion of Classic Hyundai facility on Tyler Boulevard – News-Herald

The Mentor Planning Commission recently approved Classic Hyundai’s final site plan for the expansion and redevelopment of its facilities located at 8460 boul. Tyler, between Classic Mazda and Classic Cadillac. According to a report from city staff, the proposed expansion includes modifications to the exterior of the building and the …

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Dubai Expo held, world’s first exhibition in the Middle East | World news

By communication between AYABATRAWY and ISABEL DEBREAP Dubai, United Arab Emirates (AP) – After eight years of planning and billions of dollars spent, the world’s first Middle East exhibition was held in Dubai on Friday. We hope that the spectacular events of the past few months will draw visitors and …

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Daktronics upgrades TD Garden with the new 4K, 48.6 megapixel Centerhung

Improving on what started in 2019, TD Garden improves its video experience to a larger size with the first and only 2.5mm pixel spacing in a mid-suspension application from Daktronics. The facility delivers higher resolution than 4K, currently the highest resolution in professional basketball and hockey, and also in Boston, …

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Logansport predicts power outages for some blocks Thursday morning

September 29 – Logansport Municipal Utilities predicts power outages starting Thursday around 8 a.m. for Logansport homes east of Western Avenue between West Wabash Avenue and Lockwood Street. LMU’s electrical department will make improvements to the system, including the replacement of damaged poles. The project is expected to be completed …

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Dick Wolf brings back law and order

Eleven years ago, the 20-year run of the original Law and order It’s over. Dun. Dun. Law and order is a show that has employed countless New Yorkers and introduced us to a revolving door of talented actors representing various members of the Police Department and the District Attorney’s Office. …

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Mystery of ‘mind-boggling’ Mount Lookout murder remains unsolved 52 years later

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – For more than 50 years, the brutal murder of three members of the Dumler family has not been elucidated, making it a closed case. However, even five decades later, Cincinnati Police detectives have said they are not giving up. Between October 22 and 23, 1969, an unknown …

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5 tips to stop your smart TV from spying on you

Right now, there might be an insidious agent of the Hollywood elite hiding in your own home. He’s looking at you. It records your movements. And he reports these moves to his masters using your own internet connection. If that sounds like the plot of a bad novel or maybe …

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In praise of intermission and why the movies have to bring it back

Movie theaters have obviously struggled with methods to get more people to come to the movies. Due to the ubiquity of streaming, in response to people’s reluctance to go to the movies and the pandemic more recently, theaters have tried everything, from making seats more comfortable, to offering a greater …

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Inside K-State Athletics’ latest investment – the Shamrock Zone

The Kansas State Athletic Department recently unveiled an all-new edition of Bill Snyder Family Stadium at the start of this year’s football season. The Shamrock Zone, a $ 50 million project, is now one of the highlights of the stadium which opened in 1968. The project, which has been in …

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Those of Us Who Live in Rural Areas Deserve – No, Need – Reliable High Speed ​​Internet | News, Sports, Jobs

Rather than reinvesting in places that already have broadband (internet) to improve it, pandemic relief money should go to places that have no broadband at all. It’s a quote-paraphrase that was published last Monday in an Associated Press article by a top Internet industry executive. This is a policy of …

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Restaurant Review: Habaneros Grandview | Columbus Metro

The Habaneros Fresh Mexican Grill team operates three restaurants here in central Ohio. You’ll find a few Habaneros locations in the Hilliard area, and he has now joined the Grandview community in the Empire of Large Rectangular Brick Buildings. Apart from the large rectangles, it’s what’s inside that counts. This …

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Popular YouTuber Charged For Running $ 30 Million Illegal Streaming Service

Federal agents arrested on Tuesday YouTuber Bill Omar Carrasquillo alias Omni the Hellcat sound New Jersey. The internet star was known to show off her jewelry and extensive collection of cars among hundreds of thousands of Youtube followers. He is accused of stealing copyrighted material from cable companies and using …

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Amazon B2B Announces “Anniversary Sale” to Celebrate Partnership with MSMEs

Amazon B2B Announces “Anniversary Sale” to Celebrate Partnership with MSMEs Bangalore, September 23 (KNN) To commemorate four years of value creation for MSMEs in India, ‘Amazon Business’ announced a special anniversary sale from September 24-29. Due to its fourth anniversary, in addition to cash back, Amazon Business’s “anniversary sale” promises …

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Carmen Balthrop, soprano known for her role in Joplin’s opera, dies at 73

Soprano Carmen Balthrop made her Metropolitan Opera debut on April 6, 1977. Thirteen days later, she made a completely different debut in a US Senate courtroom. On that day, Ms Balthrop, still at the start of a career that would take her to opera and concert stages around the world, …

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Redmi Smart TV series with Android 11 speakers, 20W launched in India: price, specifications

The Redmi Smart TV series was launched in India. It comes in 32 and 43 inch screen sizes. The Xiaomi sub-brand entered the TV segment earlier in March this year in the country with the launch of the Redmi Smart TV X series. Read also: Amazon Redmi 2K TV Series …

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Electronic waste collection from September 24 to 25 in Sidney and Fairview

The 17th Annual “Clear Your Trash” event kicks off in Sidney on Friday, September 24 from 3 pm to 7 pm at the Richland County Public Store next to the Fairgrounds. Residents of the MonDak area… not just Richland County… are encouraged to bring their obsolete or damaged electronics for …

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Semi-trailer containing $ 300,000 in stolen televisions

WHITEFORD TWP., Mich. (WTVG) – A trailer loaded with televisions has gone missing from a truck stop five miles north of the Ohio-Michigan border. It was parked in the Pilot Travel Center where US 23 meets US 223. Michigan State Police said the driver left him there on Thursday, September …

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We will need new Imperial units for the digital age

To distract from the disastrous consequences of leaving the European Union with all the grace and finesse of a child uninviting someone at his seventh birthday party, the UK government plans to revive the Imperial units. You know: 66 gallons to a barrel, 6 barrels to a single rod, 22 …

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It is again the source of the Sea River cleanup | Local News

Pack your paddles and wear your waders – it’s time for the community’s annual effort to remove litter from local waterways. The Connecticut River Conservancy’s 25th annual Sea River Spring Cleanup will take place at three locations next week: Keene, Swanzey and – for the first time – Winchester. Each …

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3 gamer props to bet for chefs vs. crows

Primetime NFL football is designed for player accessories! Unlike early games, it’s the only one we’ll all watch, so our eyes will be on our TVs for the 3+ hours it’s on. Who wants to have only one bet on these games? Not me. Give me as much (responsibly) action …

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Henderson breaks record saving Ohio state – press pros magazine

Marc Znidar Mark Znidar comes to Press Pros Magazine after 33 and a half years at the Columbus Dispatch. From 1996 to September 2018, he led athletic high schools, Ohio colleges that included the Mid-American Conference, Ohio State’s next opponents in Ohio State football and baseball. In the previous three …

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Why drive electric? Let’s talk dollars and cents

Major car manufacturers are banking on the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). Like all Americans, Alabamians hear more about EVs, see more models than they’d actually like to drive, and assess the real benefits EVs could offer. Just as the price of flat panel televisions has dropped dramatically as technology …

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HBO Max cuts prices after Amazon Channels split

Presentation… HBO Max!Photo: Presley Ann / Getty Images for WarnerMedia In recent years, relationships between streaming services and the various companies responsible for transporting their content to people’s real TVs have become around as surly and bitter as cable wars have ever been; we have seen god knows how many …

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Global chip shortage will hit Indian businesses hard this holiday season

The semiconductor shortage has been a major topic for some time now. While several global companies producing chip materials have claimed the shortage could last until 2023, Indian companies over the coming holiday season may have to bear the brunt of the lack of supply. Small microchips are an integral …

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Backyard Living with Style – Flathead Beacon

As summer 2021 approaches, the focus on home improvement and design is naturally shifting to the outdoors. The spirit of the pandemic has initiated a new home-stay culture and a backyard-centric lifestyle. More than ever, homeowners now view their once underutilized outdoor spaces as literal extensions of their home’s interior. …

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Biden announces defense deal with Australia in a bid to counter China

He added: “It further reinforces the feeling that we have a new cold war in Asia and Australia is betting that in this new cold war the United States will emerge victorious.” The announcement is the latest move in a US strategy to push back China’s economic, military and technological …

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Calumet Heights lounge owner fears she will be stolen again – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – He has his flashlight and a crowbar. Every movement of a burglar is filmed. He is believed to have hit a series of salons and barber shops along a stretch of Stony Island Avenue. CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports from Calumet Heights and spoke to a salon …

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20 years later, locals still remember what happened – The Famuan

Photo courtesy: Drew Angerer / Getty Images Throughout the week, the people of Tallahassee shared their memories of the terrorist attack on the United States of America on the morning of September 11, 2001, as the 20th anniversary of the event approached. On that day, a total of 2,996 people …

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The Art of Running a Live Match with ESPN Monday Night Football Director Jimmy Platt

How is he preparing and what advice does the veteran director have for those aspiring to sit on the front bench? The NFL season kicks off this week, and nationwide sports televisions will once again be filled with the thrills of professional football. In today’s episode of The SVG Podcast, …

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Batman: Oracle’s greatest weapon of fear against her

As Scarecrow draws his first blood in Fear State, he turns the tables on Oracle via his own connection to Gotham, putting the bats on the back foot. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Batman: Fear State – Alpha # 1, on sale now from DC. After the cataclysmic “Joker …

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SWEPCO Prepares for Hurricane Ida; offers storm preparedness tips

Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) is preparing for the potential impact of Hurricane Ida, particularly in central Louisiana. “We urge customers to complete their storm preparedness plans today for possible tropical storms and power outages early Monday,” said Drew Seidel, vice president of distribution region operations at SWEPCO. SWEPCO will …

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