Monthly Archives: July 2021

Audit finds tax-funded forestry institute in Oregon misled the public and may have broken state law

This article was produced in partnership with Oregon Public Broadcasting and The Oregonian / OregonLive. You can join The Oregonian / OregonLive special projects newsletter and Oregon Public Broadcasting’s newsletter. Oregon Public Broadcasting is a member of the ProPublica local reporting network. The tax-funded Oregon Institute of Forest Education misled …

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Fast and Efficient High Performance Ion Mobility Spectrometry Proves Convincing PAT for Pharmaceutical Industry | New

ACTON, Mass., July 21, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Excellims Corporation (Excellims), a leading supplier of high performance ion mobility spectrometers (high performance IMS) and compact ion mobility (MS) mass spectrometry, signals its commitment to the pharmaceutical industry with the introduction of compliant online GMP-PAT (Process Analytical Technology) and a …

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Hong Kong bans broadcasters from saying “Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen” – Radio Free Asia

Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), a government department that enjoyed editorial independence before a draconian national security law banned criticism from authorities in July 2020, has been ordered to cease appointing Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen as chairman. The broadcaster, which restructured in February to allow a government-appointed committee to oversee …

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Paul Huntley obituary | Step

Patti LuPone’s second act wig for the 1979 Broadway production of Evita is a subtle testament to the skill of its creator, Paul Huntley. Unlike the generic brunette and big red LuPone wore in Eva’s first act, this one is specific to historic La Perón images: bleached blonde, combed tight, …

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Bear attacks female trainer at circus show in Russia

A brown bear attacked its trainer during a circus performance in Russia, to the horror of audiences sitting a few feet away, an incident captured on video and widely shared in international media on Sunday. According to a report by Daily mail, the footage was recorded by a spectator and …

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Art memories: Call for artists | Arts

Performances will take place at 8 p.m. on July 18 and 23-25. Tickets cost $ 25 at theatrealliance.ws/box_office. Visit theatrealliance.ws. Folk concert Folk singer / songwriter / guitarist / harmonicaist Mike J. Baron, 73 from Winston-Salem, will perform a free outdoor concert at 7:30 p.m. on July 23 at Artivity …

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Hyundai reveals performance specs for Elantra N

Hyundai continues to produce high performance N models, with the latest edition in the family being the Elantra N. With Honda deciding not to offer a Civic Si model for the 2021 model year, it appears that the Elantra N will be released. by Hyundai can not. have arrived at …

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Nigerians respond as National Broadcasting Commission orders radio and TV stations to stop reporting “details” of insurgent attacks

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has ordered media houses to refrain from disclosing details of assaults by bandits and terrorists. NBC issued the order in a statement Friday. The statement reads: “The headlines of most newspapers are full of security-related topics on a daily basis. While bringing security information to …

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Madame X previewed on Paramount Plus

Washington [US], July 15 (ANI): Streamer giant Paramount Plus will present Madonna’s new documentary about the pop icon, “Madame X,” on October 8 of this year. According to Variety, from MTV Entertainment Studios and directors Ricardo Gomez and SKNX, “Madame X” captures Madonna’s performance as the character of Madame X …

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5 takeaways from 2021 Emmy nominations

This year’s Emmy nominations cover a time when the coronavirus pandemic has rocked the television industry. It is therefore logical that the shows and performances announced on Tuesday include choices that are a little… unconventional. Netflix’s pursuit of The Karate Kid franchise, Cobra Kai, nominated for best comedy series? Lovecraft …

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Cape Cod Theater Project Announces Cast of ROADKILL

The Cape Cod Theater Project (CCTP) marks a milestone with the upcoming development of its 100th play, Roadkill or The Cottage on Mountain Lane by Brooklyn-based playwright Amy Evans. The play will be directed by Reginald L. Douglas, Associate Artistic Director of the Studio Theater in DC. This suspenseful four-person …

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Wig designer Paul Huntley dies at 88

Tony-honored wig master Paul Huntley has died at the age of 88 after a brief illness in London. His death was announced on July 9 in a Instagram Publish. Over a six-decade career that spanned over 200 Broadway shows, Mr. Huntley created the instantly recognizable hairstyles for Angela Lansbury in …

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76ers broadcaster Marc Zumoff retires

After announcing more than 2,100 games for the Philadelphia 76ers, the sporting veteran known lovingly to fans as “Zoo” to use his words, finally arrives for a touchdown. Sixers announcer Marc Zumoff, who is Jewish, announced his retirement on June 29, after 27 years with the team. After attending his …

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The NM Philharmonic will inaugurate the new Rio Rancho performance space with the July 4 concert »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. The New Mexico Philharmonic will be back on stage in the new Rio Rancho Sky Room on July 4th. The concert will mark the orchestra’s first live performance in …

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Springfield Union Station Releases Vanessa Ford’s Performance of “Star Spangled Banner” (Video)

SPRINGFIELD – Vanessa Ford, known for performing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at area events, performed the national anthem Thursday at Springfield Union Station and station management released a video of the performance to celebrate independence day. The new video recording is posted on springfieldunionstation.com through Monday July 5 and can also …

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