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Age-old craftsmanship powers San Francis...

The cable cars hurtling down the steep hills of San Francisco are more than moving icons. They are the culmination of years of work where engineers, painters and carpenters join forces to circulate these ancient ships through the streets of the city. From their Alaskan cedar ceilings and white oak bodies to the polished bronze […]

Port MacKenzie docks first ship of the y...

PORT MACKENZIE, Alaska (KTUU) – Crews unloading the Bunun Wisdom at Port MacKenzie cruised smoothly as clear skies and calm conditions greeted the fourth day of operations. The ship arrived and docked Friday evening on the Knik Arm carrying 30,000 tons of concrete which will be used for various projects in the state. Port operations […]

Global Shipbuilding Market Research Repo...

Dublin, May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Naval Shipbuilding Growth Opportunities” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The report investigates trends and restraints seen around the world affecting the supply of surface and underground vessels to navies. It provides macro-level insight into how most modern navies operate and how concepts of […]

Sustainable home furnishings star at Jer...

This week, Free Market, the retail collective of LoDo’s Dairy Block, welcomes MENO Home, a sustainable homewares store featuring vintage furniture, some of the cleanest candles on the market, and (coming this fall) a line home furniture. Its owner, Jerri Hobdy, may seem like a new face on the design scene, but chances are you’ve […]

Gear Overview: Philippe Zdar – Mixdown M

The reputation of Philippe Cerboneschi preceded him. If you didn’t know him by that name, you might know his Paris studio Motorbass Studio or as a member of Cassius, under the name Philippe Zdar. If none of these ring true, then the names Justice, Franz Ferdinand or Cut Copy certainly will. Zdar was a leading […]

The Italian author, others, embark on a ...

It was a strange-looking craft kicking up steam at the Saint-Louis seawall one morning in April 1823. The wooden ship was 118 feet long. It had a beam of 19 feet and drew five feet and two inches. Her only superstructure was a small cabin well forward with the rest of her area devoted to […]

10 best portrayals of real actors

In The offer, a limited series on the making of The Godfather on Paramount+, Justin Chambers makes an appearance in the role of Marlon Brando, a titan of cinema that it would be difficult to embody without falling into caricature. Chambers isn’t wisely inspired by the many parodies that exist of the Corleone patriarch, nor […]

why lard made a comeback

For a time, of course, fat was considered the work of the devil – packed with cholesterol and far less healthy than refined vegetable oils. It seems to have had a name change, and just in time. These days, a little animal fat or quality butter (with its “good” saturated fats as opposed to bad […]

Into the Woods: Denver Botanic Gardens d...

In the spring of 2020, the new Freyer-Newman Center at the Denver Botanical Gardens was scheduled to open. To celebrate the new installation, Lisa Eldred, Exhibitions Director and Senior Gardens Curator, had organized a major exhibition dedicated to the work of Ursula von Rydingsvard, a major contemporary artist with a long career. Rydingsvard uses natural […]

A house that contains the world

This article first appeared in Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, the fashion leader on the best in style, beauty, design, travel and the arts. Go to harpersbazaar.com.sg and follow @harpersbazaarsg on Instagram; harpersbazaarsingapore on Facebook. The May 2022 issue is now available on newsstands. SINGAPORE — When energy trader and interior design influencer Vivienne Shen and her […]

Joyful & invigorating: Corners Gallery w

ITHACA, NY — Though hard to see from afar, longtime New York painter Ellen Weider seems to have carved out a special, albeit modest and surely niche, place for herself in the crowded landscape of the contemporary abstraction. Working mainly on linen and using pronounced graphite lines as well as areas of acrylic, and sometimes […]

$10.78 Billion Diabetic Retinopathy (Pro...

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Diabetic Retinopathy Market by Type (Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy, Diabetic Macular Edema) and Treatment Type: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2030” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Diabetic Retinopathy Market was valued at USD 3,086.00 Million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 10,785.50 Million by 2030, registering a […]

Coastal and Marine Carbon Offsets Take R...

Markets are developing for coastal ecosystems that store carbon (Yuichi Ishida/UNDP Timor-Leste CC BY-NC 2.0) Posted on May 8, 2022 1:44 p.m. by China Ocean Dialogue [By David Adam] Where there’s mud, there’s copper,” goes an old adage from the north of England. […]

Updates improve 2-story farmhouse on 3.3...

The kitchen adjoins the dining room and has solid surface counters, a new double sink and faucet, white cabinets and a brick backsplash on one wall. An electric cooker is included in the sale. An exterior door leads to the back of the house. A laundry room is next to the kitchen. A bar separates […]

Zeppelins Over Duluth – Perfect Day in D

From the book The first time Germany invaded Duluth, Minnesota by Peter S. Svenson: “July 1, 1917: The Weltanshauung, a German hydrogen war zeppelin, lost power over Bavaria. Caught by the wind, over the next two weeks it blew north across Europe and then the Arctic Circle. The furious crew tried to repair the engines […]

UW must take action to restore compostin...

Composting is recognized as one of the easiest ways to prevent food waste in today’s world. According to EPA Food Recovery Hierarchymore sustainable options exist – such as source reduction, feeding excess food to hungry people or animals, and converting to biofuels – but where these options are not possible, composting is the most sustainable […]

Wood partners with Nauticus Robotics for...

May 5, 2022 (Photo: Nauticus Robotics) Nauticus Robotics, Inc., a Houston-area developer of underwater and surface offshore robots and autonomy software, and Wood PLC, a global consulting and engineering company, have signed a memorandum of understanding focused on the development of an offer of integrated services to provide more cost-effective and environmentally […]

Why kettles are installed in British arm...

It’s no secret that life inside a tank is dangerous, cramped and stressful. During combat operations, tank crews sometimes spend entire days inside their vehicles, unable to stretch their legs or enjoy refreshments. Shortly after World War II, the British Army designed special tea kettles to fit inside their tanks to help alleviate some of […]

Long Beach to ‘dispose’ of historic Quee

In February, the city removed 20 of Queen Mary’s 22 badly corroded lifeboats as part of essential $5 million repair projects for the aging liner. Rather than immediately disposing of the boats, the city auctioned them off to qualified museums, preservation groups and developers who might want to save them. But in a major caveat, […]

The Old Parcels Office art gallery in Sc...

Humberside-based artist Marc Appleton was the winner with his pencil, charcoal and chalk drawing Silent Vessel – Out Newton Among the initial shortlist of six works, the overall winner of the Yorkshire Coast Destination Bid Art Prize is the pencil, charcoal and chalk drawing Silent Vessel – Out Newton by Humberside-based artist Marc Appleton. Marc […]

Explore the Leeds-Liverpool Canal with t...

Pick the odd one out: Route 66; Biarritz to Santiago de Compostela; Burnley at Blackburn. Yeah, that’s a trick question, because all of those roads were instrumental in the story, especially the last one. Forgotten since the last carpenter hung up his clogs, the cultural riches of a 23-mile stretch of the Leeds-Liverpool Canal are […]

USS The Sullivans ‘even comes close to k

BUFFALO, New York (KWWL) – At a press conference attended by WGRZ in Buffalo, officials revealed the start of the official operation to refloat the USS The Sullivans. During the operation, a total of 33 holes were filled with wood plugs, along with the use of 22 water pumps to remove 7,000 gallons of water. […]

At 80, the Alpena liner still going stro...

News Photo by Julie Riddle Captain Steve Stanek of the steamer Alpena speaks on a 1940s inter-ship telephone aboard the Alpena on Wednesday. ALPENA — A great lady of the lakes turns 80 this year. The Alpena, launched in 1942 and now the oldest operating steamship on the Great Lakes, visits its namesake city throughout […]

How to prepare your old lawn mower for t...

There is no doubt that your Lawn mower is rugged and battle-tested. Keep it that way by giving it regular maintenance so that it works at its best. In this guide, we’ll show you everything you need to know to achieve this. This includes how to clean it and change its oil, as well as […]

Turning heads – Cityview

Tyler Jamison’s passion brings out the beauty of wood Tyler Jamison carves and turns wood, emphasizing texture, showcasing the grain. But he doesn’t work with just any old wood he finds. Each piece is carefully selected, each unique due to the chipping that occurs in a tree when infected with a fungus. It creates beautiful […]

AMPTP and CMPA see little hope of averti...

With contract negotiations stalled and the Directors Guild of Canada BC threatening to strike in British Columbia within the next 48 hours, organizations representing producers now seem resigned to the inevitability of a work stoppage. in the province. On Tuesday, DGC BC issued a 72-hour strike notice, the next and possibly final step before launching […]

Shoshone Falls After Dark returns for a ...

Shoshone Falls After Dark returns next month for a fantastic show. This show has been performed many times over the past few years and you won’t want to miss it. Shoshone Falls After Dark Event Information The show will take place May 5-8 in Shoshone Falls. Additional dates are expected to be announced later as […]

New Zealand unions call for safety revie...

File image courtesy of Lyttelton Port Company Posted on 26 April 2022 22:32 by The Maritime Executive A longshoreman was killed in the port of Lyttelton, New Zealand, on Sunday, marking the second death ashore in the small island nation in the space of a […]

Captain JW Steinoff was the man who made...

Content of the article Wallaceburg’s transition from a rural logging village to an industrial municipality was partly due to a man known for most of his life as Captain JW Steinoff. Content of the article Steinoff was born in St. Thomas on October 1, 1834, but lived most of his early years in Chatham until […]

5 Alaska cruises you can still book for ...

Departure : June 15, July 20 and August 17 Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the most inclusive luxury line, ships 700 passengers in suite, all balconies sailor of the seven seas for eight-day sailings between Seward and Vancouver from May to September. We found three sails available highlighting popular ports like Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan. Take […]

15 people, two dogs and a rabbit rescued...

A multi-agency effort on Breydon Water saw the lives of 15 people, including a six-month-old baby, plus two dogs and a rabbit rescued when two ships ran aground. Hemsby Broad Rescue was telephoned at 6am this morning by the Humber Coastguard at the request of Gorleston Lifeboat in Breydon Water to report two vessels in […]

Antilles launches the new Grand Coach Ho...

Lucitt & Co. Contemporary furniture rendered in durable coastal finishes has come to define the American transitional design ethos that inspired the new West Indian decorator model. Montserrat Grand Coach Home Phase 2 is the community’s largest floor plan at 54 acres and 212 units. At 2,444 square feet under the air and including an […]

Celebrating industry and community led c...

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Port and Duwamish River Community Coalition Announce Grand Opening of Duwamish River People’s Park | Port recognizes outstanding environmental achievement with Sustainable Century Awards On Earth Day 2022, the Port of Seattle celebrates industry and community partners who help drive change. In partnership with the Duwamish River Community Coalition, the Port announced that the Duwamish […]

Check out the Interceptor, a garbage col...

In 2016, a total of 16,408 tonnes of waste was collected. This is a drop of 38% to 10,244 metric tons of waste collected last year. From 2016 to 2021, a total of 77,419 metric tons of waste were collected from the river. The two interceptors have collected approximately 845 metric tons of trash since […]

Avoid Making These 18 Mistakes On Your N...

Besides underestimating the budget, Cutler thinks DIYers also get carried away with all the different options: “We all went down there to the plumbing showroom to look at all those amazing options: body sprays, steam, heated floors and even talking toilets, but they all come at a cost. And sometimes, he says, there’s a tendency […]

700-year-old ship discovered under the s...

The ship, believed to be a Hanseatic cog from the 13th century, was found during construction work in TallinMihkel Tammet/Pen News 300 years ago, sailing ships were the primary means of transportation used to help people travel around the world and the most important goods for trade from coast to coast. A good part of […]

Brockton Fair announces cancellation for...

The Brockton Fair ran for 145 seasons, from 1874 to 2019 – but now, for the third consecutive year, the fair has been cancelled. There was no Brockton Fair in 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions placed on such events. The fair recently posted on its website that there will also […]

Zelensky warns world to ‘prepare’ for Pu

Boris Johnson: Good will triumph over evil Christ’s message that good will triumph over evil will resonate even more this year against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, Boris Johnson said. Delivering his Easter message in a video on Twitter, the Prime Minister paid tribute “to Christians in Ukraine, whether they celebrate Easter today […]

Valheim Image Shows Why Players Should A...

ValheimThe build system has led to a long line of awesome creations shared by its players. By gathering wood and stone, players can build almost any type of structure with just one take: Valheim requires structural stability. These realistic limitations have caused some headaches for players, and in the latest example, a player shared the […]

UCF’s 2022 Great Navel Orange Race Celeb

It takes a boatload of student ingenuity and lots of oranges to pull off the Great Navel Orange Race at the University of Central Florida’s iconic Reflecting Pond. Created 25 years ago by Professor Manoj Chopra and his colleagues, the Great Navel Orange Race is a rite of passage for first-year engineering students. The day-long […]

A Russian warship sunk during the war in...

The Russian missile cruiser “Moskva” before it sank.Darko Vojinovic/Associated Press The Moskva, flagship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, sank on Thursday after an explosion. Russian state media reported in 2020 that the ship was to carry a holy relic. It is not known whether the relic – a piece of the “true cross” – […]

A ship’s crew member flees through the s

Security has been tightened Port of Fernandina since a crew member of one of the ships decided to stay in America in a continued way for hundreds of years – he left the ship and tried to find a place to stay without attracting too much ‘Warning. News of the man’s alleged illegal entry into […]

Is this the oldest known English shipwre...

An 1865 stereographic image of the so-called Sparrowhawktaken just two years after the wreckage was discovered on a Cape Cod beach Public domain via the New York Public Library A nearly 160-year-old mystery has just been solved. The remains of a centuries-old shipwreck in storage at a Massachusetts museum may be the remains of a […]

Marine Composites Market Expected to Sur...

According to the latest report of the IMARC group, entitled “Marine Composites Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027”, offers a comprehensive analysis of the industry, which includes information on marine composites market report. The report also includes competitor and regional analysis, as well as contemporary advancements in the global market. […]

Street-legal golf cart rentals are comin...

The carts are coming P’Town Carts offers road-legal electric vehicles equipped with seat belts, lights, windshield wipers and a portable safe for storing small items. Carts will be available from April 10 to November 1 in Provincetown. Carts can be rented in blocks of four hours, by the day or for up to a week […]

Harland & Wolff Group Holdings PLC wins

Both vessels are to undergo standard dry-docking operations, giving Harland & Wolff the opportunity to showcase its cruising expertise and capabilities Harland & Wolff Group Holdings PLC (AIM:HARL) subsidiary Harland & Wolff (Belfast) Limited has been awarded a contract to dry dock two cruise ships from Carnival Corporation’s P&O Cruises and Cunard subsidiaries (NYSE:CCL) . […]

Roaring Bellows and Burning Sparks: The ...

Under a spreading chestnut treeThe village forge stands;The blacksmith, a mighty man is he,With large, muscular hands,And the muscles of his muscular armsAre strong as bands of iron. Children returning from schoolLook at the open door.They like to see the blazing forge,And hear the bellows roar,And catch the burning sparks that flyLike straw on a […]

The 10 Best Wood Wick Candles

A scented candle can effortlessly bring ambiance to everyday spaces, and the soft crackle of a wooden candle wick only enhances the experience. Whether you’re drawn to earthy, herbal notes or prefer floral or tropical aromas, the best wood wick candles can be found in a range of scents and wax types, and come packaged […]

Blown glass by William Morris on display...

The works in the current exhibition at Hawk Galleries resemble artifacts from ancient times and civilizations – tusks, bones, skulls, tools, vessels and bowls with hieroglyphics. But these are all blown glass made in the present day. “William Morris: New Archival Treasures” features 21 works by the famous glass artist who retired at the age […]

Import volumes to the United States will...

According to the most recent edition of the Port Tracker report, released today by the National Retail Federation (NRF) and shipping consultancy firm Hackett Associates. The ports studied in the report include: Los Angeles/Long Beach; Oakland; Tacoma; Seattle; Houston; New York/New Jersey; Hampton Roads; Charleston and Savannah; Miami; Jacksonville; and Port Everglades, based in Fort […]

4 centuries later, volunteers recreate M...

A team of volunteers build a replica of the Virginia, the ship built by the Popham Colony in their settlement at the mouth of the Kennebec River in 1607. BATH, Maine – The sound was apparent as visitors climbed the scaffolding – the smooth, unmistakable rhythm of a handsaw cutting through wood. This saw was […]

Oil theft has passed crisis point in Nig...

As oil-producing companies in the country and even in Nigeria continue to lose out on the rising international price of crude, Wood McKenzie, a global mining research and consultancy, said the challenge of oil theft in the country had gone beyond a crisis indicate. The company, in its latest report titled: “Nigeria Suffers Record Levels […]

Coast Guard rescues passengers on Mackin...

ST. IGNACE, Mich. (WJMN) — Passengers aboard the Mackinac Island Huron ferry needed help Tuesday night when the ferry lost direction in the Strait of Mackinac. the Katmai Bay Coast Guard Cutter suspended its icebreaking service to provide assistance to the ferry, which had 144 passengers on board when it lost direction around 6 p.m., […]

Enviva to Build New Pellet Plant in Miss...

Enviva will invest 250 million dollars (229 million euros) in a new wood pellet production plant in Bond, Mississippi. The facility is a key part of Enviva’s growth strategy to double pellet production capacity from 6.2 million tonnes per year to approximately 13 million tonnes over the next five years. The plant is fully contracted […]

Quinn’s will host an auction of African,

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Quinn’s Ethnographic Arts Auction on April 21, the next specialty event in its popular collectors’ series, highlights art and relics from some of the world’s greatest cultures and civilizations. The curated selection includes antiques, tribal treasures and ancient art from Asia, Africa and the Americas. Some of the works are “published” […]

Live Updates: US Treasury to Suspend Rus...

EU member states would consider energy sanctions against Russia among the latest set of potential sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine, a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday. Valdis Dombrovskis, the commission’s executive vice-chairman, said sanctions targeting Russian oil and coal were “certainly an option” as far as the commission was concerned, but that […]

‘Hard landing’ at Colman Dock delays Sea

The Seattle/Bainbridge ferry route was limited to boat service on Monday morning, after what is described like a “hard landing” at Colman Dock along Seattle’s waterfront. According to Washington State Ferries spokesman Ian Sterling, a boat hit a wall in the slipway around 7:30 a.m., breaking off pieces of wood and damaging the ship in […]

8 Interior Designers Creating Today’s Mo

famous architects and decorators known for their land-based projects are increasingly taking to the water, where they’re proving they’re anything but “at sea.” Armed with high-level yacht orders, these designers are throwing overboard the cookie-cutter layouts and tired aesthetic tropes of typical marine interiors. Instead, they use more gracious floor plans, luxe furnishings, and top-notch […]

Cedar, hyssop, lamb and blood

By Cindy BurrellEditorial contributor | Sunday 03 April 2022 Unsplash/Daniel Sandvik As we enter the Passover season and commemorate Jesus’ crucifixion and miraculous resurrection, a closer look at the elements associated with these events reveals a deeply haunting picture. See for yourself. hyssop and cedar Among King Solomon’s accomplishments and the depth of knowledge he […]

YAM’s new director, Jessica Kay Ruhle, i

Yams are funny things. They are soft yet versatile. They are wonderful on their own, but even better in a dish, where they can shine and uplift everything around them. Jessica Kay Ruhle, the new executive director of the Yellowstone Art Museum, is seen here at the museum recently. AMY LYNN NELSON, BILLING GAZETTE The […]

Archaeology: World’s oldest intact shipw

Italy: Roman-era shipwreck discovered by Arpa Black Sea shipwrecks are generally very well preserved compared to those discovered in similar periods in different areas, especially the Mediterranean, due to the low oxygen levels in the shallow waters. Maritime archaeologists and oceanographers therefore use the waters of the Black Sea to uncover the secrets of ancient […]

Havana’s soul mate | Evansville Living

Photo courtesy of Mango’s Tropical Cafe The tropical Florida sun shines all day on Miami’s beaches, but the city really heats up after dark. This is when swimsuits were abandoned in favor of alluring club fashion, as Miami was famous not only for its powdery beaches, but also for its sultry nightlife, especially the Latin-themed […]

What to order at Cottage Bar in GR

This downtown restaurant has truly stood the test of time, surviving Prohibition, the Great Depression, World War II, and most recently the COVID-19 pandemic. GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan — There’s no shortage of incredible restaurants in Grand Rapids. But with so many options, how do you choose where to indulge? We, the digital producers of 13 […]

Regional Industry Segmentation, Analysis...

New York, United States: The report disseminated by DECISIVE MARKETS INSIGHTS presents an in-depth analysis of the demand as well as the supply of the global market Offshore vessel market over the forecast period 2020-2027. The demand side of the market inculcates the overall revenue generated across all regions of the world and major countries. […]

‘Crazy and wacky’ bid sends Sarnia stude

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Mark (left) and Matt Huzevka pose with their mother Joan and various development plans for the trio’s property on the southwest corner of Lakeshore and Waterworks roads in Bright’s Grove. Tyler Kula/Postmedia Sun Media Content of the article An engineering student from Sarnia recently, but unexpectedly, raced in provincial and […]

Femtocell Equipment Market 2022 by Manuf...

femtocell-equipment-market Global Market Reports offers a global study based on research and analysis on “Global femtocell equipment market Report, History and Forecast 2016-2028, Breakdown Data by Companies, Key Regions, Types and Application“. This report offers insightful insight into the drivers and restraints present in the market. The Femtocell Equipment Data Reports also provide a 5-year […]

“I work as a seaman on the Thames – it c

One sunny Friday morning I walked down to Tower Pier on the River Thames, there was not a cloud in the sky and the sunlight shone on the bright blue of the river. I was there to meet Clémence Barbey, a 30-year-old former Port of London Authority (PLA) apprentice, aboard the PLA launch, where she […]

Saving priceless lives for Southern Geor...

When two snowmobilers died near her home, Christina Wood looked for a way to prevent it from happening again On a single winter day in 2021, three snowmobilers died in the waters around Midland. And with two of those sleds, a father and son, dying near her home in Victoria Harbour, Christina Wood knew she […]

shipwreck brought Irish servants to Virg...

A team of Massachusetts scientists have examined the antlers from a famous shipwreck in a bid to prove the antlers belonged to a 17th-century ship that brought Irish indentured servants to America. The Pilgrim Hall Museum in Plymouth has investigated the woods of a shipwreck known as the ‘Sparrow-Hawk’, which was discovered in 1863 after […]

Ladysmith man inspired by parenthood bui...

A Ladysmith man who wanted to be able to share his love of the sea with his young son was inspired to build a boat, specially designed for fishing and exploring the waters of Ladysmith. “I immediately wanted him to have a life that was more like the one I had when I was young, […]

Homestyle’s Dish and Design Event Welcom

Spring fun — eating, cooking, drinking and decorating the home — was the subject of Wednesday night’s first in-person Dish and Design event since 2019. Guests at the Great Lakes Culinary Center in Southfield were treated not only to demonstrations by area chefs and lodging experts, but also to food, beverages and plenty of great […]

(Helpers): Saving lives priceless for So...

When two snowmobilers died near her home, Christina Wood looked for a way to prevent it from happening again On a single winter day in 2021, three snowmobilers died in the waters around Midland. And with two of those sleds, a father and son, dying near her home in Victoria Harbour, Christina Wood knew she […]

‘People clean it all the time’: The myst

FFor several months, the mysterious 140-meter-long, six-storey super yacht has towered over the smaller boats at the shipyard in Marina di Carrara, a town on Italy’s Tuscan coast, sparking discussions among its inhabitants about the identity of its wealthy owner. “It’s the biggest yacht I’ve ever seen here,” said Suzy Dimitrova, a boat owner in […]

Waikato man mourns victims of boat sinki...

When Rick Williams woke up before dawn on Monday, he was shocked to learn that a boat had sunk in the Far North and he was looking for survivors. Three of his companions were on a fishing charter in the area, and he hoped they weren’t on board. However, around 8 a.m., his worst fears […]

Private collection of ceramics, furnitur...

Sheppard’s Irish Auction House will host the next “Irish Vernacular: Private Collection of Ceramics, Furniture, and Metalwork” auction on March 29. The auction house announced the sale “of a private collection of vernacular Irish objects which have been assiduously collected over three generations”. The auction will take place on Tuesday 29 March at 10am BST […]

Rochester man pleads guilty to hitting g...

Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) – A man who drove a school bus that ran over a Rochester girl last year has pleaded guilty. The accident happened on the afternoon of April 26 as the 14-year-old girl was cycling across 11th Ave NW at the intersection of 14th St. Police say the bus was turning […]

This 131ft biodiverse superyacht comes w...

Green roofs and green walls are the first stops land designers make when adding foliage to an urban area. But that of Baglietto Panama is one of the few yachts to adopt a biodiverse environment at sea, with a vertical wall of vegetation located in the main saloon. The leafy wall, which should live for […]

Board of Fish rejects proposal to allow ...

Stacked crab pots in St. Petersburg. (Photo by Angela Denning/KFSK) The Alaska Fisheries Council has rejected a proposal that would have allowed a limited harvest of red king crab in Southeast Alaska, where the fishery has not been open for years. The proposal was supported by both the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and […]

In pictures: Remarkable Spanish shipwrec...

During the summer of 2019, a storm hit off the Ca’n Pastilla beach in Mallorca. The churning waters freed the wreck of a Roman merchant ship Ses Fontanelles, lost to the world since it sank around the mid-4th century AD. In the years that followed, the former wreck was the subject of extensive studies in […]

Climate impacts on fishing and boating

By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Climate change is impacting our coastal shoreline, our habitat and the fish we like to catch, eat and/or release. If you’re interested in what’s changing and how to use strategies and actions to deal with climate change, you’ll want to attend this free online Climate Fishinar on Wednesday, March 23 and […]

Boulder Beer partners with Jameson Irish...

BOULDER, Colo. – May the kegs serve as a transformative vessel, may the coffee bring you warmth and renewed life, may our malt infuse rich chocolate comfort, and may your glass always remain more than half full. Boulder Beer is delighted to announce the return of Irish Blessing, a 6.9% ABV Irish […]

Serial killers, bank robbers and mutinee...

THE HALF ACRE OF HELL The untold story of the Benders, a family of serial killers on the American border By Susan Jonusas Illustrated. 345 pages. Viking. $28. In the spring of 1873, some 75 men on horseback began traveling the Osage Mission Trail in Kansas, looking for any trace of a local doctor named […]

How Wall Street star Cathie Wood defies ...

NEW YORK, March 14 (Reuters) – Do you believe in Cathie Wood? The star Wall Street stock picker has seen her fortunes decline over the past year as her flagship tech innovation fund plummeted more than 50%, losing $13 billion in market value. Still, investors continued to buy into his futuristic vision, according to data […]

San Diego Museum Talk Explores Ways Indi...

Barbara Mumby-Huerta has long believed that “artists push politics,” as she puts it. The Vice President of Programs and Partnerships at the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, who is also a visual artist who works in oils and mixed media, has seen this in her own work, both as a artist and in the community. […]

Shipping company to move operations from...

By Beverly BlankleyThe central squareMarch 11, 2022 As many businesses continue to leave California for Texas and elsewhere, international shipping lines have stepped up operations in Florida, with one launching a new East Coast service and its first port in Florida, bypassing West Coast and California ports. Sea Lead Shipping Pte Ltd, a privately held […]

2022 Hawaii Triennial highlights local c...

But unlearning paradise has precedent in Chiu’s practice, as evidenced by “Paradise Now?: Contemporary Art from the Pacific,” the 2004 exhibition she curated at the Asia Society and Museum in New York. Rethinking Hawai’i beyond the prism of leisure intervenes in what scholar Edward Said has described as the Western imaginary of Asia-Pacific Oceania made […]

Global Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) S...

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Intravascular Ultrasound System (IVUS) Consoles (Cardiovascular) – Global Market Analysis and Forecast Model” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Intravascular Ultrasound System (IVUS) Consoles (Cardiovascular) – Global Market Analysis and Forecast (COVID-19 Market Impact) Model is designed to visualize quantitative market trends in the therapeutic area of ​​cardiovascular devices. The model […]

For $2,750,000, a quiet townhouse in Por...

Kelly Garrity – Boston.com correspondent March 9, 2022 3:00 p.m. Are you looking for a dose of tranquility without losing the convenience of the city? This townhouse in 59 Regent Street. in Cambridge’s Porter Square offers a bit of both. The sprawling 2,480 square foot unit features two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a powder […]

Satellite images show activity at North ...

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Commercial satellite images suggest a resumption of construction activity at North Korea’s nuclear testing ground nearly four years after leader Kim Jong Un declared the site closed and invited foreign journalists to observe the destruction of the tunnels before his first summit with then-US President Donald Trump. Analysts say it […]

A Roman ship that sank in the Mediterran...

Some 1,700 years ago, on a squally day or a stormy night, a boat carrying hundreds of amphorae of wine, olives, oil and garum – the fermented fish sauce that so delighted the ancient palace – collapsed during a stopover in Majorca. The merchant ship, likely at anchor in the Bay of Palma while en […]

Coffee Lovers Need This 3-Cup Chemex

Take a look at the home brew bar of any coffee connoisseur you know. It’s entirely possible that among the various cups, tools, beans, and brewers on the shelves, you’ll see a large hourglass-shaped glass vessel with the top sliced ​​off, a polished wooden necklace wrapped around its midsection with a fine leather rope tied […]

From Uzbek prison to a billionaire frien...

Alisher Usmanov once compared his support for Everton to embracing a new love that could mend a broken heart. The Uzbek billionaire, once Arsenal’s second-biggest shareholder, appeared to find new happiness after he reluctantly sold his shares to the Emirates by helping his business partner Farhad Moshiri fund Everton’s ambitions. This week, as signs bearing […]

‘SV Seeker’ hits the water for the first

A boat built in the front yard of a Tulsa man will set sail in the next few days. Doug Jackson has been building the 74-foot-long steel vessel, called “SV Seeker,” for over 10 years. It will be heading for the Gulf of Mexico in less than a week. Related: 74ft boat moved from Tulsa […]

a new exhibition traces Fahd Burki’s jou

By retracing the work of Fahd Burki, one could recognize a slow abandonment to the void. Over the past decade, the artist has dismantled the characters and protagonists of his early figurative works, which contain surreal comic-inspired scenes, to arrive at minimalist, abstract creations that challenge the formal notions of painting. . This gradual and […]

Coal heats up as Russian-Ukrainian war t...

The war in Ukraine has rattled global energy markets, with a particularly unloved commodity, coal, enjoying a renaissance as European countries once again turn to dirty fuel to establish energy independence from vis-a-vis Russia. A spike in the benchmark thermal coal price to a record high of $446 per metric ton this week reflects this […]

The 20 most leaked passwords

If you thought you were being extremely romantic by making all of your online passwords “I love you”, we’re sorry to say that you should probably be a little less basic in the future, i.e. by regarding the design of passwords. As CNBC reports, mobile security software company Lookout recently released a list of the […]

House that survived the great Chicago fi...

With or without the cider, the house is a survivor, one of the few structures still standing in the Burnt District. The house has a kind of brotherly relationship with two other famous structures that survived the same fire, the water tower and the pumphouse on Michigan Avenue. All three buildings were the work of […]

Spring Things We Love – Times Square Chr

In less than three weeks, spring will be here. The world needs colorful fun right now. And in that spirit, we’re celebrating today with one of our favorite things. For a fresh spring look, try Masktini’s Gold Metal Head Brightening Mask. For the season, achieve a beautiful look with ease. The creamy metallic mask contains […]

Kim Wall’s Disappearance Trailer Reveals

True crime documentaries have increased, ranging from investment fraud to truly tragic events. HBO in particular has increased its selection of documentaries by recently adding Evan Rachel Woodis to come Phoenix risingan article about survivors of domestic violence, and Alex Gibneyit’s The crime of the century, which focuses on the opioid crisis and premiered last […]

EU sanctions package targeting the Russi...

Monday, February 28, 2022 Since March 2014, the European Union (EU) has implemented a set of sanctions targeting the Russian Federation (Russia) for its violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. This package of measures was subsequently extended and modified and includes measures to limit access to EU capital markets for Russian public financial institutions, […]

Lori Weitzner collaborated with L’or de

Calling all candle connoisseurs: we have found a new collection that you will proudly display in your home! Seraphine’s Gold, known for her beautifully patterned vases, collaborated with textile and interior designer Lori Weitzner to create a captivating line that celebrates the inspiration of travel. And as you’d expect from these collaborators, not only do […]

Less tillage could save Illinois farmers...

Planting will soon be underway for most Illinois farmers, and while brain bandwidth may be scarce, it’s worth thinking about. In this case the river is the Big Muddy and the thought is hypoxic. Hypoxia is the environmental state where dissolved oxygen in water cannot support aquatic organisms. Illinois has the longest stretch of riverfront […]

GUEST ESSAY: An immediate solution to th...

Several articles have been published regarding Hughes Energy’s organics recycling plants and our plans to introduce our technology in New York State, including a possible project in Fort Edward at the former GE dehydration plant . Hughes is currently evaluating sites across New York State for our recycling technology with a plan to invest at […]

How can Europe wean itself off Russian g...

As Boris Johnson told parliament that Europe must wean itself off Russian gas – to loosen ‘Vladimir Putin’s grip on Western politics’ – the oil tanker Nikolay Zubov was returning from British waters to the port of Sabetta in the northern Siberia. The 300-metre-long vessel had recently delivered a cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) […]

Puncheon Barrel Market Competitive Dynam...

This Puncheon Barrel Market the report provides details about recent new developments, trade regulations, import and export analysis, production analysis, value chain optimization, market share, player impact national and localized market analysis, analyzes opportunities in terms of emerging revenue pockets, changes in market regulations, strategic market growth analysis, market size, category market growth, niches and […]

Exhibition of works by local ceramic art...

The Foothills Artist Studio is delighted to announce that its ceramic arts group, Sierra Foothills Clay Arts, has accepted and participated in the 56th Annual Fertile Ground Conference of the “National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts” in Sacramento March 16-19. Together at two receptions, the Opening Reception on March 5, 1-5 p.m. and […]

TCAR, a new procedure in Washington Regi...

by: Washington Regional Medical Center Job : February 23, 2022 / 08:00 CST Update: 22 Feb 2022 / 2:39 p.m. CST “So TCAR, TCAR is surgery. This stands for Transcarotid Arterial Revascularization, and it is a procedure that is part of our toolkit for treating patients with carotid occlusive disease, who may be at high […]

PAYNTR GOLF LAUNCHES A PARTNERSHIP WITH ...

Two of golf’s top performing brands, PAYNTR GOLF and Vessel, form collaboration to offer personalized golf bags Portland, Oregon- PAYNTR GOLFthe industry leader in performance-based golf footwear, today announced a new product in collaboration with luxury goods and high-end golf bag manufacturer, Vessel, to provide market exclusivity, limited edition VLX stand bag to his offerings. […]

Opening of Augusta Jellystone Park this ...

Keep an eye on your picnic basket. This summer Jellystone Park Camp-Resort is taking over Beaver Brook Campground in North Monmouth. According to MaineBiz, it will be called Augusta Jellystone Park. There are 75 Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts nationwide and it’s actually Maine’s second. Yogi Bear stole picnic baskets from Skowhegan at Over there hill. campjellystone.comcampjellystone.com […]