8,000 homeless will be transferred from hotels to shelters, New York says

New York City plans to move around 8,000 homeless people from hotel rooms and return to barrack-like dormitories by the end of July so that hotels can reopen to the general public, the mayor said on Wednesday. Bill de Blasio. When the pandemic lockdown began last spring, New York City …

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Make Music Madison arrives Monday in private walkways, public parks and street corners | Music

Barb Brodhagen’s front yard on West Shore Drive will come alive with free musical performances on Monday as part of Make Music Madison, the annual citywide celebration of music. AMBER ARNOLD, STATE JOURNAL On Monday, Barb Brodhagen and Jim Beane open their own concert hall – in their front yard. …

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Weight Management Market Research Report Explores Business Trends For Expected Amount | 2021-2027 – KSU

With the advancement of technology, new avenues are opening up for participants in the Global Weight Management Market over the forecast period 2021 to 2027. The research report extensively assesses the global Weight Management market landscape from all essential angles including social, political, economic and demographic. It examines some trends …

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British Conservative lawmaker accused of sexual assault | World news

LONDON (Reuters) – A lawmaker in Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has been charged with sexual assault, prosecutors said on Friday, an allegation he denied. Imran Ahmad Khan, who represents the constituency of Wakefield in the north of England, is charged with a sexual assault offense, linked to …

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Coelacanths live as long as humans

June 19, 2021 ON DECEMBER March 23, 1938 Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer, curator at the East London Museum, South Africa, stumbled upon her local fish market. There, she spotted the most beautiful fish she had ever seen. It was pale mauve, was nearly two meters long, and had silver markings. Although she …

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Hundreds of people return to Old Settlers Day music festival for the first time in two years

ROCKTON, Ill. (WIFR) – For the first time in two years, Settlers Park is turning into an amusement park, but there were a plethora of challenges to overcome to make it happen. “We have some big country stars this year and we can’t wait to open up,” said Old Settlers …

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Myanmar extends detention of US journalist Danny Fenster | World news

By GRANT PECK, Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) – Danny Fenster, the American journalist in Myanmar detained last month by authorities, appeared on Thursday before a special court in the prison where he is being held, his employer said. A statement from the online business and news magazine Frontier Myanmar, of …

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The incredible weight loss of a breast cancer survivor

A breast cancer survivor from Wisbech lost eight dress sizes and lost nearly 11 stones in five years. Avril Rapley joined the Wisbech Slimming World group in 2015, after gaining weight following a diagnosis of stage 3 breast cancer and six months of chemotherapy plus radium. She said, “I knew …

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After COVID, more businesses are moving to Birmingham: ‘People are seeing the momentum’

How big was Landing’s announcement last week that it will move its headquarters to Birmingham from San Francisco? Landing, the nationwide network of fully furnished apartments, plans to move into the John Hand building and create 816 new full-time jobs as it continues to grow with the demand for housing …

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Weekend Ticket: Grammy Nominated Music, Bikes & More | New

Roots music powerhouse Amythyst Kiah is set to perform Grammy-nominated music at the Abbeville Opera House at 8 p.m. Friday. Fans of independent Lakelands music may be familiar with Amythyst Kiah from previous performances as part of the Music on Maxwell listening room series. A native of Tennessee, Amythyst Kiah …

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