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Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov & Vasek Pospisil Make History In ‘Golden Era For Canadian Tennis’ | ATP Tour | Tennis

Three Canadians into Grand Slam fourth round for the first time. Canadian tennis has been on the radar for several years, from Milos Raonic climbing to a career-high No. 3 in the FedEx ATP Rankings to Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov shining under the #NextGenATP spotlight. At this US Open, Canadians have been doing better […]

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COVID-19: B.C. ski resorts prepare for ‘old school’ season | Vancouver Sun

It may be time to break out the vintage ski suit lurking at the back of your closet: B.C.’s ski resorts are preparing for an old-school season.To reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, resorts are beginning to release plans designed to minimize crowds, simplify dining and boil down the ski experience to its essence: A great […]

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There’s Something About Mount Shasta – Atlas Obscura

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Interactive Career Guide There’s a well-known legend that says that somewhere deep beneath Northern California’s 14,179-foot-tall Mount Shasta is a complex of tunnels and a hidden city called Telos, the ancient “City of Light” for the Lemurians. They were the residents of the mythical lost continent of Lemuria, which…

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B.C. drops maximum allowable rent increases for 2021 to 1.4 per cent | Vancouver Sun

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The B.C. government has capped rent increases for next year at 1.4 per cent.Landlords had been allowed to raise rents up to a maximum of 2.6 per cent this year, although the government imposed a rent freeze until the end of this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Source:…

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Koch network drops cash into Kansas Senate race as polls tighten

Americans for Prosperity Action, a super PAC that’s part of the larger Koch network, is backing Republican physician and congressman Roger Marshall in a state that’s historically been a GOP stronghold. Source: Koch network drops cash into Kansas Senate race as polls tighten

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America’s Dive Bars Face an Uncertain Future | Condé Nast Traveler

When Jimmy’s Corner temporarily closed its doors on March 13, it symbolized as much to New Yorkers as the shuttering of the Broadway theaters it shares a block with. The bar, named after its owner Jimmy Glenn, a famed boxer and trainer, had operated for nearly 50 years out of its narrow Midtown space, serving […]

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A Brief History of the Mason Jar | Innovation | Smithsonian Magazine

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As the coronavirus pandemic stretched into spring, then summer, many Americans turned to home gardening. It’s a perfect pandemic hobby—soothing, tactile, a way to get outside when many public spaces are closed. Plus, for the large numbers of people facing unemployment or underemployment, growing food can feel like a…

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US$1,515 will let you drive the beastly Prosthesis mech suit

Remember the giant, human-controlled Prosthesis mech suit? We first saw the design back in 2014. It’s a 4,000-kg (8,820-lb), 4-meter-tall (13-ft), chromoly steel-framed monster that uses some 170 kW (225 hp) worth of electric motors, hydraulics, springs and suspension units to move its four giant legs individually in response to the movements of a pilot’s […]

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Employment Interactive Job Search

Employment Interactive Job Search App and eBook There are hundreds of job boards, both generic and niche, as well as aggregators, social media channels, networking groups and staffing company websites to choose from. 2020 presents a series of Employment Interactive Job Search, Economic Interactive Notes, Financial Market, Money and Banking terms and definitions with over […]

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Rathskeller Cafe – Saint Paul, Minnesota – Gastro Obscura

RATHSKELLERS ORIGINATED BENEATH GERMAN TOWN halls. These restaurants and beer halls let parties debate upstairs, then come downstairs for a few drinks and restoration of camaraderie. German immigrants brought the tradition to the United States, including a striking example that lies hidden beneath the Minnesota State Capitol. Recently, architects and consultants have employed paint remnant analysis […]