YCS DAO, renamed from Yakuza Cats Society, launches 4

SINGAPORE, December 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The creation of 8,930 unique Yakuza cats for 0.0893 ETH each was the genesis of YCS DAO. The project used its unique concept of character orientation from Japanese art and encouraged users with early role-playing activity, which was an unequivocal attraction for the …

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Viewers are back for the first time in months, activists take to the skies – NBC4 Washington

On Tuesday evening, Loudoun County Public Schools will welcome spectators to a school board meeting for the first time since the noisy outbreak in June, when a meeting on a policy on transgender students was closed and evacuated and that a man was arrested. Among the community members who should …

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Labor reshuffle is ‘movement towards voters’, says Wes Streeting | Workforce

New Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting said he would bring a “reformist mindset” to the post, and called Keir Starmer’s reshuffle “a move towards voters,” amid fears among the deputies of the left that it marks a turn to the right. Disgruntled backbench MPs have complained that Starmer’s leadership has …

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Éric Zemmour, far-right expert, formalizes the French presidential election

His latest book, “France has not yet said its last word”, which he released in September on the occasion of his unofficial entry into the presidential race, has sold over 250,000 copies. But some of her books contained inflammatory statements about women and minorities, as well as historical inaccuracies as …

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Torrington Historical Society holding program on the old guitar factory

TORRINGTON – Many people don’t know Torrington’s connection to guitar history, according to the Torrington Historical Society. The first guitar factory in the United States was located in Torrington and will be the subject of a free virtual program hosted by the society at 6:30 p.m. on December 1 by …

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Concerns about religious freedom in the United States

Currently, no Catholic doctor can be compelled to perform gender transition surgery, and Catholic hospitals can refuse requests for a gender reassignment from a transgender person. They are also not obliged to perform abortions or hire abortion doctors. The Biden administration wants to change all of that. The attack comes …

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The Guardian’s take on Josephine Baker: a welcome addition to the Pantheon | Editorial

AAbove the columns of the portico of the Pantheon in Paris, completed the year following the storming of the Bastille, a solemn inscription reads: “To the great men of a grateful nation”. Well over 200 years later, the famous mausoleum remains mainly the resting place of the male heroes of …

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The Guelph Humane Society honors pets after they die, while shining it forward

Guelph – A recently revived program at the Guelph Humane Society offers pet owners a unique way to remember their pet after it passes away, while giving back. Shannon Kornelsen vividly remembers the day she walked into the facility and saw the kitten that captured her heart. “It’s etched in …

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Heika’s Take: with each victory, the confidence of the Stars grows

DALLAS – Particularly insightful were the two bookends of the Stars’ 3-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Friday night. On the one hand you had a 37 year old striker Joe pavelski scoring his 399th and 400th regular season goals of his NHL career in 19 seconds in the …

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European protests only prolong COVID

As protests of the COVID protocol multiply in Europe, the deadly coronavirus itself is doing the same. Several governments in the once – and now present – epicenter of the pandemic have taken harsh but necessary steps to stem what German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls a “highly dramatic” situation (an …

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