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Funimation brings JOSEE, THE TIGER AND THE FISH to select US and Canadian theaters – GeekTyrant

Funimation announced that Josée, the tiger and the fish will be released in select theaters in the United States and Canada in July. The animated film is a coming-of-age love story directed by Kotaro Tamura and produced by the Bones studio. Fans will get to meet a gifted artist and …

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Ancient trees a puzzle for divers

Bald cypress trees established themselves in the swamps of what is now the northern Gulf of Mexico during the last Ice Age, before an unknown cataclysmic event buried ancient forests. Today, divers scavenge trees from sediments under Gulf waters and find them as fragrant as when they were buried in …

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PERRY: Stay on course, Aurora. WalletHub’s beard against the city is just plain ignorant

The exercise riders and their horses gallop along the track.Photo by Philip B. Poston / La Sentinelle Oh, of course. Diss on Aurora, the oft-booted cuz from Denver. WalletHub, a brand known for its stellar staff trained in the exquisite adornment of all things scientific and esoteric, ditched Aurora last …

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Recordando Mi Abuelita – Souvenir of my grandmother – Reporter from Los Alamos

Councilor Jamie Thordsen remembers his late grandmother in a moving comment. Courtesy photo BY JAMIE THORDSENAdvisorLos Alamos Family Council When I think of my late grandmother, I remember the sparkle of humor that shone in her eyes, the wise words she recited daily, and the fact that she knew she …

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Tightened fire restrictions begin in Lake Tahoe | News from Carson City, Nevada

The enhanced fire restrictions begin on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 and will remain in effect until November or until canceled. Wood and charcoal fires and other fire related activities are prohibited on National Forest System lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin, including serviced campgrounds. Illegal campfires are the cause of …

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Teach my black son to swim

My son, Nasir, and I took our first “mom and me” swimming lesson right after turning 1 year old. He had always loved putting his feet in the water on the beach or floating on my husband’s back, but this would be his first experience learning to submerge in a …

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Shavon Bethel Offers 5 Reasons You Should Visit Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau local Shavon Bethel recently offered five reasons why you should visit Nassau, Bahamas. The Bahamas is a dream destination for many travelers. It is a place for underwater exploration, honeymoons, destination weddings and culture. Shavon Bethel is from the Bahamas and he recently discussed five reasons why everyone should …

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East Asia takes action to clean up its seas – OpEd – Eurasia Review

The ASEAN meeting here may not have discussed it, but there is no doubt that the seas of East Asia – which represent only 2.5% of the total ocean area of ​​the world – are perhaps the dirtiest in the world. At least four Southeast Asian countries – China, Thailand, …

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Yolanda Harris Skelly | Obituary

Yolanda “Lanny” Harris Skelly of Tallahassee, Florida passed away on Friday June 4, 2021. Lanny was born July 9, 1939 in Key West, Florida, to William Curry Harris and Yolanda Mendoza Harris. She met the love of her life while attending Florida State University and on June 25, 1961, she …

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