A strange and exciting journey to the Toronto International Film Festival

“Do you want to go to the orchestra?” Whispered a voice from the darkness. I was at Toronto International Film Festival and, a few moments earlier, I had just realized that I was the only festival-goer in the very large and very empty balcony. Normally, this 2,000-seat theater, the mainstay …

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ShopHero Extends Industry Innovation Leadership with Release of ShopHero Retail Success Platform ™ | Business

PROVO, Utah and LAS VEGAS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sep 17, 2021– ShopHero, a leading technology company focused on grocery shopping, today announced the launch of the company’s best platform for retail success. The company will unveil the platform at the National Grocers Association (NGA) annual conference, which will be …

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Carr, 23 other Republican GAs urge Biden administration to drop vaccine mandates

WASHINGTON – Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr joins more than 20 other Republican state attorneys general in threatening to sue the Biden administration over its tenure that big employers are requiring their employees to be vaccinated against coronavirus or undergo weekly tests. “Yet another example of blatant disregard for the …

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This baby loves to walk with his guitarist father

In The Know by Yahoo Mom surprises hubby dressing baby as her identical twin This TikTok mom dressed her little one in the exact same outfits as her husband, and her reaction is priceless. Krystiana (@krystianatiana) is a TikToker and mom of 4 who frequently shares videos of her adorable …

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Remember that old Fort Collins gas station? It’s a barbecue now

The DB Pumps and Food Mart is no more. The City Park neighborhood has a few brothers who move in at the corner of S. Taft Hill Road and Mulberry Street. Was was once a longtime gas station and a convenience store will now serve Brothers BBQ – and no, …

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Salt Lake City is one of the biggest winners of the past decade

Sep 18, 2021 Salt lake city “IT PROTECTED LINKS behind its mountains of ramparts, sheltered from physical and intellectual storms on both coasts, ”Wallace Stegner wrote of Salt Lake City. The novelist associated his adopted hometown, where he spent much of the 1920s and 1930s, with an “isolationism” and “provincialism” …

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After fleeing Kabul, Utah restaurant owner manages to share Afghan culture with community

SALT LAKE CITY – As Utah prepares to welcome more than 750 Afghan refugees in the coming months, a business owner in Salt Lake City knows firsthand the challenges ahead. Those who come inside Afghan cuisine on State Street for a Qabili Palau lamb shank or pumpkin dumplings will meet …

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Accused Manahawkin, NJ, gangster arrested in New York Mafia crackdown

An 83-year-old Ocean County man was arrested Tuesday along with a dozen New Yorkers in a federal crackdown on Mafia organized crime. Benjamin “Benji” Castellazzo, of Manahawkin, is charged with illegal activities as the deputy head of the Colombo criminal family, federal prosecutors have said. Accused crime family head Andrew …

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University of Utah: student survey aims to tackle food insecurity

U students should monitor their UMail accounts between September 20 and October 22, 2021 to participate in the survey. A random sample of 7,500 undergraduate and graduate students will receive a link to the survey. All survey responses will be anonymous and confidential. Students are strongly encouraged to keep an …

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Atlanta star sentenced to 17 years for PPP loan fraud

Maurice Fayne, known as Arkansas Mo, defrauded more than $ 2 million at United Community Bank. He must pay more than $ 4 million in restitution. Maurice fayne, also known as the Arkansas Mo, which once featured on Love and hip-hop: Atlanta, was sentenced to 17 years and six months …

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