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PCPA Announces Return of Live Shows One Year After Pandemic Ends | Arts and theater

the PCPA stage will light up this summer with two musical productions at Solvang Festival Theater, representing a return to performing arts from a one-year closure due to the pandemic. PCPA Artistic Director Mark Booher at a virtual press conference on Thursday announced that the two summer shows will perform …

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Church Street Circle road works in progress

Work began recently on the Church Street and Valley Road roundabout, after the pavement had fallen into disrepair for several years. (KATE ALBRIGHT / MONTCLAIR LOCAL) By JAIMIE JULIA [email protected] It was once a centerpiece of Montclair – and after years of neglect, work began on the unruly Church Street …

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Reversing the finding of the obvious because the state of the art did not allow itself – Intellectual property

United States: Reversing the discovery of the obvious because the state of the art did not allow itself May 27, 2021 Winston & Strawn LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Raytheon Technologies Corp. v General Electric Co., N ° 20-1755 (Fed. Cir. April 16, 2021) …

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A pair of listed historic New York townhouses, Steve McQueen’s former Malibu home for sale and more real estate news

Street art meets real estate The elusive street artist Alec Monopoly has left his mark on the inside of 400 West 12th Street: The 3K unit in the Manhattan condominium designed by Robert AM Stern comes with two commissioned Monopoly works – one painted on a door and the other …

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Gasoline Prices Rise As Americans Prepare To Travel On Holiday Weekends – WETM – MyTwinTiers.com

Daily commitment Daily commitment / 10 months ago Video August 12, 2020 – Canton Elementary School – Mme Mitstifer – Kindergarten Daily commitment / 10 months ago Video The daily engagement of Tuesday, August 11, 2020 Daily commitment / 10 months ago Video The daily engagement of Monday, August 10, …

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San Diego arts institutions struggle as 50% funding cut extends to 2022

San Diego arts organizations are shocked to learn that Mayor Kevin Falcouner plans to extend the city’s slashed budget for arts and culture by one year, The art journal reports. Falcouner had cut the sector’s budget by 50% between the fiscal year ending in 2020 and that ending in 2021 …

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How to defend against inflation?

This is a guest article by Ben Funnell, portfolio manager at Man Group and Campbell R. Harvey, professor at Duke University and investment strategy advisor at Man Group. It is based on their recent research, “The best strategies for inflation timesWhich was co-written with Teun Draaisma of Man Group, Henry …

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5 luxury senior residences designed to stun

Champalimaud Design, attached to renovations of prestigious hotels such as Raffles Singapore, was responsible for bringing the spaces to life. In its first senior living project, the company created a modern aesthetic with woodwork, crown molding, subtle gold and marble accents, and bespoke furniture with ergonomic details that help residents …

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Unhedged: Talking Bubbles with Jeremy Grantham

This article is an on-site version of our Unhedged newsletter. Register now here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every day of the week Week two. Are we still having fun? Email me: [email protected] Talk bubbles with Jeremy Grantham, again I had a great conversation with Jeremy Grantham …

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Illinois political muscle withers with shrinking population – NBC Chicago

In the summer of 1952, the Chicago International Amphitheater, with air conditioning and state-of-the-art accommodations for a new breed of broadcast journalists, hosted not one but two presidential nominating conventions. The city’s 3.6 million people were almost twice the size of Los Angeles which, while glamorous and growing, was still …

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