Monthly Archives: September 2021

How farmers make corn mazes

Planting begins in the spring, but inspiration comes around July, the peak of summer, as farmers gaze at acres of haphazardly planted corn stalks, waiting to be sculpted into an interactive work of art that has also become a key ingredient in solid financial success. Over the past two decades, …

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The Saracens return to the top with a point to prove

© Provided by City AM Just over a year ago, the Saracens left the Premiership with their tails between their legs, effectively sent off for breaking the salary cap rules. Since then, they’ve embarked on a partial force-based reconstruction in depth, astute recruiting, and a need to prove the skeptics …

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Northwest Winefest to see artists from the Midwest |

MOUND CITY, Mo. – The 12th Annual Great Northwest Winefest in Missouri will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. this Saturday, September 18 at North Griffith Park in Mound City. The event will include wine tastings, vendors, food and live music. Admission is $ 25 and includes unlimited …

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Iranian regime arrests Iranian rapper who criticized government

Security agents from the Islamic Republic of Iran in the city of Isfahan have arrested popular rapper Toomaj Salehi for his songs denouncing corruption within the Iranian regime. Salehi’s uncle, Eghbal Eghbali, announced Salehi’s arrest on Instagram, writing “They arrested my nephew… The Islamic government cannot stand the protest voice …

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