Kevin Porter Jr. (Houston Rockets) with a buzzer beater vs the Orlando Magic, 04/18/2021
Kevin Porter Jr. (Houston Rockets) with a buzzer beater vs the Orlando Magic, 04/18/2021
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The Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars will be the home teams when the NFL returns to London for two regular-season games in 2021, The Athletic reported Tuesday. The full NFL season schedule is slated to be released Wednesday. The league played 28 games in London from 2007-19 before the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the NFL International Series last season.
The book includes never-before-seen photos of Eilish from childhood, including one of her at the piano singing into a child's tape recorder. The audiobook features Eilish telling stories about her first release, 'Ocean Eyes' and talking about the special relationship she has with fans. In 2020 Eilish became the youngest artist ever to write and record a James Bond theme song, following in the footsteps of such stars as Adele, Madonna and Paul McCartney.
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EDMONTON — Alberta's environment department has known for years that toxins from old coal mines are contaminating populations of the province's official animal, the bighorn sheep. Jeff Kneteman, a now-retired senior biologist with Alberta Environment, says the department failed to follow up his research showing high selenium levels in sheep living on the sites of old mines. The government's own management plan for bighorns acknowledges the problem as far back as 2015. But Kneteman says he was unable to interest the department in finding out what was going on. Kneteman says his research showed selenium in those sheep were "miles higher" than in any other population in the province. He says those sheep have some of the worst reproductive success of any herd he's measured, which is one of the effects of selenium contamination. The news comes as the United Conservative government tries to convince Albertans that its regulatory and monitoring system can protect against the negative effects of more coal mining in the Rocky Mountains. The Canadian Press
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Santa Fe, NM, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tickets will go on sale May 15th for the world-renowned International Folk Art Market (IFAM). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people will purchase timed admission tickets for the event that runs July 7 – July 11, 2021 and July 14 – July 18, 2021. IFAM will be held outside at the Milner Plaza on Museum Hill in Santa Fe. People will be able to buy tickets for a specific block of time, with a maximum of 200 guests in attendance at any one time. The 2021 artist cohort includes 164 master folk artists from 50 countries. There will be 35 first-time artists from 14 countries. People will be able to buy hand-crafted items including textiles, pottery, jewelry, purses, weavings, toys, shawls and scarves, sculptures, copper bells, baskets, glassware, carpets and rugs, clothing, knives, belts, wallets, ceramics, and so much more. “While the attendance will be smaller, this year’s International Folk Art Market will be no less spectacular than previous years,” said Stuart Ashman, IFAM CEO. “We are thrilled to unveil a wide array of art and welcome 35 new artists to our annual event.” Each week will feature a different set of artists. People may purchase tickets for time slots during one or both weeks. Early bird admission will be from 7:30 – 10 a.m. both Thursdays, and early bird admission tickets are $85. Daily market slots will be available between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Daily market tickets are $30. IFAM has developed detailed COVID Safety Procedures for the artists, attendees, staff and volunteers. Mask wearing is mandated for all IFAM sessions. Social distancing has been built into the configuration of the event, and there will be hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies broadly available. To minimize points of contact, this will also be a cashless event. Per federal guidelines, all artists will be required to have a negative COVID test prior to boarding their international flights. IFAM is New Mexico Safe Certified for retail and event activities, and the staff are in close communication with City and State officials regarding changes to COVID Safe Procedures. In addition to the summer market, IFAM has a variety of programs and events scheduled throughout the year. For the Artists, IFAM will produce an updated Mentor-to-Market: Artist Education Program with extensive and quality business education content online. Artists will have an opportunity to learn and interact with industry professionals and from one another through IFAM’s signature peer-to-peer educational model.IFAM also has launched the IFAM Store in Santa Fe where shoppers can purchase beautiful handmade art in person year-round.IFAM will conclude 2021 with a perennial favorite - the IFAM Holiday Market that will feature one-of-a-kind folk art treasures from IFAM’s most esteemed artists. For updates and more information on IFAM, Santa Fe, visit www.folkartmarket.org. ABOUT IFAM The International Folk Art Market Santa Fe is a non-profit operating in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico Foundation and the City of Santa Fe. CONTACT: Joanie Griffin International Folk Art Market 505-261-4444 email@example.com
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Velo Flats Marks Rastegar’s Fourth Major Property Acquisition within the Past Year in Rapidly Developing Windsor Park Neighborhood Rastegar Property Company’s Velo Flats Velo Flat is Rastegar Property Company’s fourth property acquired within the last year in fast growing East Austin. AUSTIN, Texas, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rastegar Property Company, a vertically-integrated private real estate investment firm focused on multifamily, office, retail, and industrial asset classes throughout the United States’ Sun Belt region, today announced the acquisition of Velo Flats apartment complex in the bustling Windsor Park neighborhood of East Austin. A section of the city ripe for development, the 70-unit Velo Flats is the fourth property acquired in the neighborhood by Rastegar, who now owns and operates more than 200-units in Windsor Park alone. Sitting at 2606 Wheless Lane, the nine building, 56,780 square foot complex was built in 1972 on more than three acres of land. This vintage multifamily complex is in a section of the city that is in much need of housing as the nearby State Highway 130 corridor is becoming the industrial backbone of Austin, thanks in large part to Tesla building a $1billion Gigafactory in the area. Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk recently Tweeted about the great need for housing in Austin, and the Velo Flats complex will be redeveloped to attract the young professionals making their way to the city to work at Tesla, as well as the various other top tier tech companies that are establishing larges presences throughout the city. “East Austin is the fastest growing part of the city, and Rastegar is primed to offer best-in-class housing to all those who are making their way to our amazing city to take advantage of the competitive job market, fantastic weather and unbeatable quality of life that’s offered here,” said Ari Rastegar, Founder and CEO of Rastegar Property Company. “There is an immediate need for housing, and the East Austin sub-pocket is really the only part of the city that hasn’t been fully developed yet, providing a great opportunity for Rastegar to create beautiful living spaces designed to fit the unique culture of Austin.” Planned redevelopment of the property is expected to be completed in a month. In line with Rastegar Property Company’s core values, design elements that address the health and wellness of its tenants will be executed throughout the property creating state-of-the-art housing specifically tailored to the young professionals and families of today. “Rastegar continues to be the most active vintage multifamily buyer in Austin,” said Forrest Bass, Managing Director of Investment Sales at Walker & Dunlop. “Ari is a man of his word and he and his incredible team are an absolute pleasure to deal with during real estate transactions. Rastegar’s business plan and vision has not wavered and he continues to acquire and find amazing real estate opportunities in the ever changing post-Covid environment.” About Rastegar Property CompanyRastegar Property Company is a technology-enabled private real estate investment firm focused on value-add and development in all asset classes throughout Austin and the southwest United States. Rastegar and its affiliates have co-invested in or directly own and operate over 13.8 million square feet of real estate across projects in 13 states and 35 cities. The firm specializes in acquiring complex or undervalued assets with opportunities to create value through repositioning, redevelopment, and/or improved operational efficiencies. To learn more, visit https://rastegarproperty.com/. Media ContactRob KreisFischTank PRrastegar@fischtankpr.com A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/afdbba2e-48dc-47a9-8061-3b5d0dd5ee51
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Johnston, RI, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mobile Beacon is celebrating 10 years of providing high-speed, low-cost, mobile internet access to the anchors of communities: nonprofits, schools, libraries, and healthcare organizations. In honor of this anniversary, Mobile Beacon is providing 10 community grants to local and national organizations in support of their missions and the incredible work they do in their communities. Mobile Beacon is honored to donate the next community grant in this anniversary series to Information Technology Disaster Resource Center, Inc. (ITDRC) of Fort Worth, TX. We are proud to support ITDRC in providing a critical lifeline to their community after natural disasters. We are honored to be able to provide a $10,000 monetary donation, as well as 10 laptops, 10 4G LTE hotspot devices, and free Mobile Beacon service to the organization. ITDRC will use the mobile hotspots to provide temporary Internet connectivity in disaster relief and recovery sites across the country. The $10,000 donation will be directed to their Disaster Response program to ensure ITDRC is available anytime, and anywhere in the US and its Territories, and will continue to support the impacted communities through long-term recovery. “ITDRC has been a longtime customer and advocate of Mobile Beacon, and strongly believes in the value it provides to community organizations, said Debbie Hillis. “This community grant offering will enable us to expand our hardware and connectivity inventory, and thus, our community impact during their greatest time of need. Thank you for the opportunity!” Mobile Beacon is proud to be celebrating 10 years of providing nonprofits, schools, and libraries with Mobile Beacon’s unlimited mobile broadband service to connect their communities. In the 10 for 10 years grant series, Mobile Beacon hopes to not only provide anchors of the community with resources to help carry out their missions, but also to raise awareness of the organizations we serve and their own work in the community and beyond. ### About Mobile Beacon: Mobile Beacon provides high-speed, low-cost, mobile internet access to the anchors of communities: nonprofits, schools, libraries, and healthcare organizations. In honor of our 10th anniversary, Mobile Beacon is awarding 10 community grants to anchors of our local community, who embody a similar mission in creating opportunities for underserved groups and investing in our nation’s future. Through the broadband service, Mobile Beacon provides, organizations have an essential tool to fulfill their missions and maximize their philanthropic impact, which allows organizations to access more information, reach more people, and help more in their communities. Learn more at http://www.mobilebeacon.org. About Information Technology Disaster Resource Center: ITDRC is a nationwide, volunteer-driven organization that provides no cost information, communications and technology solutions that benefit communities in crisis. Each year, our teams contribute tens of thousands of hours providing technical assistance and resources that connect First Responders and survivors after catastrophic events. To volunteer, contribute, or support our efforts, visit https://www.itdrc.org. CONTACT: Lauren Yergeau Mobile Beacon 401-934-0500 firstname.lastname@example.org