NON-FICTION: CONVERSATIONS ON CULTURE – Journal

NON-FICTION: CONVERSATIONS ON CULTURE – Journal

Benefits from Bad Credit Loans If you’re applying for a loan with a low credit score, however, it’s not taken into consideration by the lender, they won’t consider your credit score. That means when they review the application, they won’t be capable of evaluating your credit score on the basis …

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French left-wing icon Taubira joins crowded presidential race

LYON, France (AP) — A progressive icon from the South American territory of French Guiana joined the race for France’s April presidential election on Saturday, vowing to push back against the “hate speech” that has marred the campaign and seeking to unite France’s long-fractured left wing. Christine Taubira has only …

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Evangelicals battle ‘critical race theory’ in new online video course

In the right-wing crusade against “critical race theory,” there is a job for everyone: movement intellectuals and keyboard warriors, school board brawlers and politicians – from Congress to governors’ mansions to the new class of local right-wing bureaucrats eager to link student test scores to faculty demographics. It is therefore …

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Surgeries don’t meet infectious disease society guidelines a third of the time, study finds

Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a serious but often preventable risk that patients face when they go under the knife. But despite the implementation of measures and surveillance programs to reduce their occurrence, they remain among the main sources of healthcare-associated infections and a major cause of unplanned postoperative hospital …

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The exhibition dedicated to Melina Mercouri will open in Athens

A exposure dedicated to the life and works of the late Greek artist and politician Melina Merkouri will open its doors at Technopole cultural complex of Athens January 18. Organized by the Municipality of Athens in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and the Melina Mercouri Foundation, the exhibition will …

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Stamkos scores 18th goal, Tampa Bay Lightning beat Vancouver Canucks 4-2 – Prince Rupert Northern View

Steven Stamkos scored his team-leading 18th goal, Andrei Vasilevskiy made 24 saves and the host Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 on Thursday night. Anthony Cirelli, Boris Katchouk and Brayden Point also scored for Tampa Bay. Katchouk made it 3-1 at 11:24 of the third on a 2-0, …

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Sinema speaks out against filibuster reform after House sends voting rights bill to Senate – live | USA News

Kirsten Sinema has indicated – or simply confirmed — that the push by Democrats to change Senate rules to allow voting rights legislation to pass is indeed doomed. In a speech to the Senate delivered shortly before Joe Biden was supposed to arrive on Capitol Hill to try to force …

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Iredell Genealogical Society to Hold Open House at New Location | Local news

The Genealogical Society‘s membership grew to 50 after its first year with interest generated by a series of programs featuring local historian Homer Keever, Mitchell College history professor Louis Brown, professional genealogist Mildred Miller and the natives of Iredell County Frank Gatton, responsible for the local archives. branch of the …

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Gratha Silberstein | Obituaries | Norman transcription

Gratha Jean Silberstein June 25, 1932 – January 9, 2022 Gratha Jean Silberstein, 89, from Norman died Sunday January 9 in Norman. Ms. Silberstein was born on June 6, 1932 in Panther, West Virginia, to Ted Justice and Gredith Lockhart. She left West Virginia at a young age and moved …

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Canada’s Conservative establishment braces for another battle to privatize public health care

To analyse Ready or not, they’re coming through Stephen magusiak, Albertan journalist January 11, 2022 Another debate on the further privatization of Canada’s public health care system looms on the horizon, according to the highest voices on the right. Like Canada’s health care system, already underfunded after decades of right-wing …

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The Cadillac Art Society presents the “Marche de l’art” downtown | News

A sample of works by Cadillac Art Society curator Charlotte Art. Image provided by the Cadillac Art Society CADILLAC – Calling all patrons. This could be an opportunity to finally finish the gallery wall in the living room or to discover a local band. Artists from the community come together …

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