Monthly Archives: June 2022

Woman meets stray dog ​​she fed after months, he starts crying in emotional video | Tendency

The bond between humans and pets is always something that is close to our hearts and brings joy to both parties all the time. But what if the sweet furry baby you love so much isn’t your very own pet? The love is not diminishing in any way and that is quite evident in this video that has been shared ...

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New Jersey arts and entertainment news, features and event insights.

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 06/29/2022 (PRINCETON, NJ) — McCarter Theater announced that rush by Elisa Davis was added for the 2022-23 season. They play, which was finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2007, will be produced by the McCarter Theater Center from May 6-28, 2023 on the main stage of the Roger S. ...

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Verizon offers faster connections to 64 Native

WASHINGTON, June 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon announced that it will provide enhanced connectivity to approximately 80 Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools run by Native American tribes on 64 reservations in 13 states. Verizon’s network investment across various tribal lands is expected to lead to reliable, high-speed Internet service and connected devices for thousands of students. The work ...

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5 things we love about Capcom Fighting Collection (and 4 we don’t)

The Capcom Battle Collection has finally been released on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. Walking in the footsteps of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary CollectionDigital Eclipse brings together Capcom’s other fighting games from the 1990s into one package. Related: Street Fighter 6 Concept Art Leaked, Reveals Possible Starting List What their new collection lacks in the big names, ...

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Sequencing the genome of a voracious desert locust

The first high-quality genome of the Desert Locust – those voracious eaters of plague and infamy of devastation and the world’s most destructive migratory insect – has been produced by scientists at the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service . The locust genome (Schistocerca gregaria) is huge at just under 9 billion base pairs, nearly three times the ...

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The excellent Unread 3 gains its own RSS sync service and more

Source: Golden Hill Software If you’re someone who needs to keep tabs on the latest happenings on the Internet, you’re probably already familiar with RSS. Unread is a great way to follow and read RSS feeds on iPhone and iPad – and with Unread 3 it’s better than ever thanks to the integration of an all-new sync service. This synchronization ...

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News Feed Anxiety | psychology today

Recent polls have suggested that most young people get the majority of their news from social media, rather than TV or print. Behind these headlines are some rather interesting statistics, indicating that people are increasingly saying they don’t like social media news and are trying to avoid it. Yet despite this fear and loathing, the use of digital media continues ...

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New 2022 DS 7 Crossback facelift unveiled with 355hp plug-in option

The DS 7 Crossback first appeared in 2017 to launch the French manufacturer’s repositioning as a luxury, standalone brand – and now there’s a new one. DS has honed its rival Volvo XC40 inside and out for 2022, introducing a new infotainment system and a high-performance E-Tense 4×4 360 plug-in hybrid model to round out the lineup. At the front, ...

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Mailbag: Is the Eagles’ second offensive line better than all the first-team lines around the NFL?

In our Eagles chat Monday, there were questions we couldn’t answer in time or other questions we answered but could use more color. And so, let’s do a mailbag post to answer some of the spillovers, as well as some frequently asked questions on Twitter and email. Question from RKotite: Let’s remove the planned starting five of Jordan Mailata, Landon ...

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JSR’s Eric Johnson: ‘I encourage people to tell me exactly what they’re thinking’

When Eric Johnson took over as head of leading semiconductor supplier JSR three years ago, he planned to split his time between his native United States and the company’s headquarters in Tokyo. The aim was to build on his experience in managing its operations in the United States to develop the group’s global footprint. But the next three years would ...

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Phillies bring in former overall first pitcher Mark Appel

It’s been a long time coming for Mark Appel. A right-handed pitcher who was the No. 1 pick in the 2013 MLB draft at Stanford, Appel was eventually called up to the major leagues. With Connor Brogdon put on COVID IL, the organization promoted Appeal of AAA Lehigh Valley. Naturally, Phillies fans and Appel himself are delighted with the news: ...

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AI coding assistants are here to stay

Amazon has become the latest company to launch an AI-based coding assistant, CodeWhisperer, which can be used by developers to automatically generate scripts or entire functions based on a short description. The announcement comes days after code repository Github launched a similar system, Copilot, which has been in the works for a year. Such tools are likely to become a ...

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Galaxy 32 Synergy Core gets surround and immersive sound

· Source: Antelope Audio Owners of the Antelope Audio Galaxy 32 Synergy Core all-in-one converter are getting a software and firmware update that adds full surround/immersive audio support. I believe that was the only missing piece to fully unleash the potential of the unit. The new features will take advantage of its sophisticated internal DSP and rich I/O (32 inputs/32 ...

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StarKist® partners with Feed the Children and Cornerstones for a special event to benefit 400 families in Northern Virginia during the hungriest year in modern history

Families will receive food and essential items as part of the summer food distribution program RESTON, Go., June 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — StarKist Co., a socially responsible company that empowers people to lead healthy lives by providing convenient protein, today partnered with Feed the Children and Cornerstones to bring hunger relief to 400 families living with Northern Virginia Dulles Corridor. ...

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Researcher Discovers Smart Hot Tubs Exposing User Data

Photo: John Moore (Getty Images) Smart spas – yes, that’s a thing! – are the web’s new spot for cybersecurity concerns. Eaton Zveare, a Florida-based cybersecurity researcher, was the first to document the bathtub internet problem on his personal blog, after facing the flaw while configuring the internet functionality of its own Jacuzzi-branded bathtub. What he soon discovered was that ...

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Researchers successfully synthesize carbon quantum dots from brewery waste

For several years now, spent grain, cereal residue from breweries, has been reused in animal feed. From now on, this material could also be used in nanotechnology! The team of Professor Federico Rosei from the National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS) has shown that microbrewery waste can be used as a carbon source to synthesize quantum dots. The work, carried ...

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Is Spectrum killing TiVo support? Answer: It’s complicated

Earlier this month, some TiVo DVR users received an email from Spectrum with a disturbing message. Citing future upgrades to its network, Spectrum warned that “CableCARDs will not be compatible with future service upgrades,” referring to the credit card-sized devices TiVo relies on to receive cable programming. Without CableCARD support, TiVo’s cable DVRs would be obsolete, as would other CableCARD-dependent ...

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5 Reasons Why Meditation is Essential for Nursing Moms

Embracing motherhood is one of the most beautiful experiences in a woman’s life. At the same time, this can be the most difficult period. As a new mother, you have a million things to do. From feeding your baby in a timely manner to bonding with him, things can be a little tricky. This is why taking time during the ...

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TECNO Spark 9T released: Helio G37 SoC and 5000mAh battery from ~RM829

TECNO has unveiled its latest affordable smartphone offering, the TECNO Spark 9Ta new addition to its Spark 9 series. The device features a 6.6-inch IPS LCD display with a standard 60Hz refresh rate and a teardrop notch. Under the hood, the Spark 9T is powered by a MediaTek Helio G37 processor paired with 4GB of RAM. There’s also a 5,000mAh ...

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Environmental champions rewarded for making a difference

The City of Logan’s environmental heroes were recognized for their green efforts. Two residents shared the Eco Champion award at the Logan Eco Awards ceremony at Kiwanda Café, Eagleby on Saturday evening. (Winners of the 2022 City of Logan Eco Awards are Dr. Margaret Greenway (left), of Cornubia, and Jen Pedler, of Daisy Hill) Dr. Margaret Greenway and Jen Pedler ...

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One of the last touring-oriented touring motorcycles

When you consider the R 1250 RS on paper, you might wonder why it even exists. BMW builds faster, sportier sportbikes, more capable touring bikes, and more nimble roadsters, and, at first glance, the RS appears to be a compromise of all three. And then there’s the GS, the original adventure motorcycle, a class that has eclipsed the traditional high-caliber ...

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Thunderstorms cause power outages in Madison County IL

As of early Friday afternoon, about 5,000 residents in St. Clair County and Madison County were still without power following severe storms that swept through the area early Thursday morning. Brian Bretsch, public and media relations manager for Ameren Illinois, said 2,100 St. Clair County residents were without power while 2,900 Madison County residents remained without power. At the 8 ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Contracts With Joel Corry, Camp Player Previews, Danny Smith Comments, Reader Emails & More

Season 12, Episode 142 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Friday morning episode, Alex Kozora and I get to talk more about the Pittsburgh Steelers who signed safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to a four-year contract extension that now makes him the highest paid player in his position. We discuss contract details, the team’s current salary cap ...

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U.S. Coast Guard Sector North Carolina encourages sailors to subscribe to receive boating hazard updates

US Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet. Photo by Joy Christ. The U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center (NAVCEN) has expanded the availability of near real-time maritime safety information to include all U.S. waterways to provide mariners with timely updates and warnings about a variety of hazards for browsing. Through a free, web-based subscription management system called GovDelivery, mariners can now select ...

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WooCommerce Credit Card Skimmer uses Telegram Bot to exfiltrate stolen data

Our story begins like many others told on this blog: a new customer reported to us about credit card theft on his e-commerce site. The website owner had received complaints from several customers who reported fake transactions on their cards shortly after purchasing from their online store, so the webmaster suspected something was wrong. Luckily, our new client wasted no ...

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Diggers treated to a Fijian food

Soldiers from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) in Brisbane treated their Australian counterparts to a meal cooked in a traditional Fijian lovo to wrap up another iteration of Exercise Coral Soldier and contributions to Operation Flood Assist. The lovo was dug on the retreat of the ram of the 8th/9th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (8/9 RAR) at the ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers signs S Minkah Fitzpatrick to contract extension and more

Season 12, Episode 141 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Wednesday night emergency episode, Alex Kozora and I get to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers signing safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to a four-year contract extension that now makes him the highest-paid player. at his post. We talk about the currently known details of the Fitzpatrick contract ...

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Microsoft fixed Azure bugs without notifying users, claims Tenable – Security

Tenable Security revealed two bugs in the scanning software that Microsoft provides to Azure users and complained that cloud providers do not follow industry-standard security disclosure practices. In his Tenable TechBlog, says the company Microsoft fixed a bug in its Synapse Analytics platform without notifying users, and left the other unfixed. Synapse Analytics is a machine learning and data aggregation ...

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Cisco Service Predicts SD-WAN Issues

Cisco is set to deliver the first fruits of its technology that promises to enable enterprises to proactively avoid network issues and increase application performance. At its Cisco Live event this week, the company unveiled the ThousandEyes WAN Insights service that will enable Cisco SD-WAN customers to get network predictions and SD-WAN policy recommendations to improve application performance and user ...

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Canada to end Covid-19 vaccine mandate for domestic air and rail travel | Travel

Canada last week suspended random Covid-19 testing at all of its airports for the rest of June to reduce the long wait times travelers face and will announce the end of the Covid-19 vaccine mandate on Tuesday. coronavirus for outbound domestic, rail and international air travel. Bloomberg | | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz Canada plans to end Covid-19 vaccination mandates ...

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Designing Protective Suits for Hardworking Bacteria

Every day, chemical factories produce a wide range of products that will be extremely difficult to do without in a modern society; everything from drugs like insulin and antibiotics to fertilizers. The basis of these products is often bacteria, which can produce chemicals and drugs efficiently while generating no toxic side products, thus appealing to the environment and sustainability. A ...

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2022 Tesla Model Y fails to beat 2022 Kia EV6 in real-world lineup, Kia says

Tesla is the world’s leading EV automaker, but many automakers, including Kia, are targeting Tesla with new quality EVs. One of those from Kia is the EV6, and it has all the ingredients to compete with the Tesla Model Y. In fact, according to Kia, the Kia EV6 2022 is already better than the Tesla Model Y 2022 in terms ...

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Barron’s Latest Picks and Pans: Microsoft, Exxon Mobile, Zendesk and America’s Largest Radio Station Operator

Benzinga reviews this weekend’s top stories on Barron’s, for more on the latest market news, Benzinga Pro offers a 24/7 news feed, live chat and software of cartography. “Gasoline Prices Reach Record Highs, But Proprietary Data Shows Gas Stations Aren’t the Problem,” by Avi Salzman and Marc Lajoie, notes that the average price of gasoline in the United States has ...

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Starring Steve Bannon and Online Trolls, Netflix’s ‘Borgen’ Nails the Current Moment

In the early 2010s, some pundits genuinely thought the policy was settled. A majority of Europeans considered themselves liberal; Americans were convinced that they lived in a permanent democratic majority. In this context, Birgitte Nyborg (Sidse Babett Knudsen), protagonist of the Danish television drama Borgen. In BorgenThe October 2010 series premiere sees Birgitte, the leader of the moderate party in ...

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iHeart’s Conal Byrne: Subscriptions won’t solve a problem that doesn’t exist. | Daily News Podcast

Even though more and more podcast apps offer the ability to trade in a credit card for an ad-free listening experience, iHeartRadio remains a barrier to subscription podcasting. That’s unlikely to change anytime soon. Conal Byrne, CEO of iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group, says in an op-ed that offering consumers the ability to pay for media that has always been free ...

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Nvidia is creating a new three-fan benchmark cooler for its 4XXX GPUs?

With the launch of Nvidia’s 3000 series in late 2020, we saw a somewhat revolutionary new benchmark cooling design used on their high-end GPUs. Rather than a traditional 2-fan setup on the bottom config, Nvidia instead decided to incorporate a push/pull setup (one on top, one on bottom) which, against a lot of expectations, actually impressed a lot not only ...

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Vivaldi’s Web Browser Brings Internet Communications Suite to Life with Email and RSS Features

Source: Pocketnow In the late 1990s, when you installed a web browser, you didn’t just have a web browser. With Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Communicator 4, you will get a suite of internet-connected products. That’s partly because the internet isn’t just the web. There is a large ecosystem of Internet protocols that do not require a web browser. With ...

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realme GT 2 Pro in green paper is now available in Malaysia, priced at RM2999

The Realme GT 2 Pro was released in Malaysia about two months ago and initially only the Paper White model was available. Now, realme Malaysia has confirmed that the Paper Green GT 2 Pro is now available in every realme malaysia brand store and authorized store today. The price is still the same at RM2999. To refresh your memory, the ...

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Treasurer warns of cost of living crisis

Federal Treasurer Dr Jim Chalmers has warned Logan families to prepare for a cost of living crisis as the cash rate rises to 0.85%. At its meeting yesterday, the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to raise the cash rate target by 50 basis points to 85 basis points. It also increased the interest rate on foreign exchange settlement balances by ...

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Review: THE INVISIBLE at Playground630

Playground 630 certainly fills Fort Wayne’s need for thought-provoking drama with their production of THE UNSEEN by Craig Wrightdirected by Chance Parker and running through June 12 at PFW’s Studio Theater. The play follows two men, Mr. Wallace (Austin Berger) and Mr. Valdez (Chase Francis), who have both been imprisoned for a decade and tortured for unknown crimes. They can’t ...

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Your Google Chrome set will change forever! Benefits cover Discover, RSS; check now

The new Google Chrome tab page is getting a design update and it will be completely different from what it was before in order to increase the visibility of Discover and RSS. Check out the benefits below. It looks like Google Chrome will be making some major design changes to its Android browser soon. Google is usually hesitant to make ...

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The best LED light bars you can buy

Single Mary Off-road and land configurations have steadily grown in popularity over the past 50 years. Your daily driver can transform into a ship that takes you on adventures far beyond your hiking boots by adding just a few pieces of gear. Among those bells and whistles are light bars that have improved the safety, performance and appearance of weekend ...

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If anyone needs to feed the queen corgis, it’s me | Stewart Lee

I loved my grandmother. And my grandmother loved the queen; because of the Second World War; because of the corgis; and because I had bought a television to watch the coronation in 1953. When I lived with her in the early 70’s she had just switched to a color television and wouldn’t allow me to watch the old black and ...

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Here’s why serious off-roaders aren’t wasting money on the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

Toyota has launched an all-new, third-generation Tundra for the 2022 model year. Its flagship off-road version continues to be the legendary TRD Pro. But Toyota raised the price of the Tundra TRD Pro by $17,000. At the same time, Toyota began offering a TRD Off-Road package on several trim levels that some serious off-road drivers choose over the TRD Pro. ...

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Food banks have more mouths to feed, but not enough

PEMBROKE PINES, Florida. – For food banks across the country right now, supply chain issues, rising fuel prices and inflation are preventing them from feeding people in need. This is happening as they see more and more people coming forward for help. “We strive every month to ensure that we get enough food to meet demand,” said Stephen Shelley, CEO ...

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Joel Kim Booster’s ‘Fire Island’ is a queer delight

When writer and actor Joel Kim Booster decided to go to Fire Island for the first time eight years ago, he initially had some reservations. He knew he wasn’t your “typical Fire Island boy” (white, rich, well-connected), Booster told me in a recent interview – but he and his friend SNL star Bowen Yang went anyway. Although they had a ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers D-Line Post Tuitt Retirement, Free Agents, 2014 Draft Class, OTA Recap, Listener Questions and more

Season 12, Episode 137 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Friday episode, Alex Kozora and I take a quick look at the retirement of Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Stephon Tuitt earlier this week. We go over some things said by a few of the team’s other defensive linemen about Tuitt’s decision and more. With Tuitt ...

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Verizon Business bolsters product and marketing groups with

BASKING RIDGE, NJ, June 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon Business today announced the appointment of Debika Bhattacharya as Chief Product Officer, Verizon Business, and Iris Meijer as Senior Vice President of Business Marketing and Revenue Operations, Verizon Business. Both executives cite customer focus as a top priority for their new roles. “It’s exciting to take on responsibility for the ...

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Jim Irsay may own the Indianapolis Colts, but his big collection isn’t about ownership or ego

When you think about professional sports owners, things usually fall into two camps. Some avoid the spotlight at all costs, like Stan Kroenke; others put themselves in the center of attention, like the late George Steinbrenner. While Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay may not be on the same level as “The Boss,” he certainly has no problem making weight and ...

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ARRI rolls out new ALEXA 35 camera

The ARRI ALEXA 35 is a 4K Super 35 camera that takes digital cinematography to unprecedented heights. ARRI’s first new sensor in 12 years builds on the evolution of the ALEXA family over that time, delivering 2.5 stops greater dynamic range, better low-light performance and richer colors. The new REVEAL Color Science takes full advantage of the image quality of ...

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The 4 Best Free RSS Readers

If you’ve spent a lot of time browsing the Internet, you probably realize that there are just too many websites to check on a regular basis. RSS readers can help solve this problem by condensing your online browsing into a single feed, but how do you know which RSS reader to go with? Whether you’re new to RSS feeds or ...

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Researchers show dynamic soaring isn’t just for albatrosses

The new study published today in Scientists progress proves that it’s not just albatrosses that perform the aerobatics needed for spirited flight over the windy ocean. Research shows that elegant seabirds called Manx shearwaters perform the same flight feat in the seas around the UK. The albatross glides in a corkscrew motion to harvest energy from the wind gradient on ...

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Crook County Justice Center begins with demolition

PRINEVILLE OR — Demolition began Tuesday in Prineville, in preparation for the new Crook County Justice Center. Crews demolished the old bowling alley on Northwest Second. The building has also been a car dealership, a church, and even a flea market. But it has been vacant for years. County Judge Seth Crawford had a little surprise during the work: “One ...

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Bandon Mein Tha Dum: Neeraj Pandey announces series on India’s historic triumph over Australia

Director Neeraj Pandey is set to take cricket fans on a thrilling journey of India’s 2020/21 Australia tour in the upcoming web series, titled ‘Bandon Mein Tha Dum’. Ahead of its release, Voot debuted director Neeraj Pandey’s captivating trailer at its launch event in Mumbai, to give viewers a taste of India’s historic win over world no. 1 Test ...

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The Mets had no choice but to go for Dominic Smith

On May 2, the Mets decided to pay Robinson Cano about $37 million to play for another team rather than ship Dominic Smith to Triple-A Syracuse. Almost a month later, they demoted Smith anyway, in an effort to elevate relief pitcher Adonis Medina, who had a 5.87 ERA in four previous appearances for the Mets this season. Shocking? Not really. ...

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