Monthly Archives: May 2022

B2B: Zilliant launches a quick start program

Today in B2B payments, B2B software maker Zilliant is launching its Quick Start program for faster deployment, while ACH transfers are the most popular form of online B2B payments. Additionally, Vertice is raising $36 million and B2B payouts are more than double the pace of B2C advances. B2B software maker …

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The Merry Dingmans Ferry Theater brings Gilbert and Sullivan to Akenac Park on May 7

Dingmans Ferry – Saturday was a rainy Saturday at Akenac Park, but inside the Dingmans Ferry Theater were tea, cookies, sandwiches and a happy group of about 50 people all involved in theater and the arts. They were hosted by Emer Day, Founder and President of the Sylvania Gilbert and …

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Snap One launches new range of Full Shade outdoor LED TVs – rAVe [PUBS]

SnapOne announced the launch of the SunBrite Veranda 3 line of outdoor LED TVs. Offering 4K UHD resolution, 1000 nits brightness, Wi-Fi, dual 10W speakers, quantum dot technology, a 120Hz native refresh rate, IP55 protection against the elements, a weatherproof remote control and an Android TV smart platform, the company …

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Weather issues affecting the Americas

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, USA – Drought has returned to Mato Grosso, Brazil, just in time to hurt Safrinha corn yields during breeding. The water stress that was becoming widespread in the state at the end of April will be closely monitored for approximately three weeks. Meanwhile, the market is quickly …

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Porthleven FC chairman Rob Hichens on the cup win and new manager

Porthleven FC chairman Rob Hichens has issued a statement to supporters after their recent League Cup triumph from St Piran where they beat Truro City Reserves 2-1 thanks to a last-minute penalty from Martyn Webster. Recounting their path to glory in the competition, the chairman said: “The journey we’ve had …

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Tickets are on sale now for Scottish Opera’s pop-up summer tour

Scottish Opera’s wildly popular pop-up opera will kick off at Glamis Castle next month before touring iconic and surprising venues across Scotland including Duthie Park and Haddo House. Audiences can catch outdoor performances of A Little Bit of Barber and A Little Bit of Figaro, making this an ideal opportunity …

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Eager customers line up in front of food trucks and vegan carts

Signs of demand exceeding supply at Maine food trucks and food carts this season are already showing, so if you’re a customer, expect longer waits. Luckily for the overworked truck staff, everyone agrees that the mobile vegan kitchens serve a cold, notably patient and uncomplaining clientele. Popular vegan food truck …

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How to get all unlockable game mounts in The Elder Scrolls Online

Browse the map by The Elder Scrolls Online can take a while, especially with the number of DLC areas present in the game. There are abilities and even potions that increase your speed, but an easier way to move quickly is to jump onto your mount of choice and to …

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Western League and South West Peninsula League 2022/23

Promotions and relegations have now been decided in both the Western League and the South West Peninsular League as teams from both divisions can start preparing for the 2022/23 campaign. The Western League (stage five of the non-league pyramid) will now feature six Cornwall teams. This is after Falmouth Town …

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A local resident shares his story about rare diseases | News, Sports, Jobs

Wayne Eppehimer is pictured with a bag of Signature Caramel Popcorn made by Pearl City Popcorn, a business owner of Eppehimer and his wife. Pearl City Popcorn is donating proceeds from Signature Caramel Corn to benefit the National MPS Society. Photo submitted Sunday is International MPS …

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The ‘commercial scale’ drug operation stretched the length of Cornwall

Three men who between them transported tens of thousands of pounds of Class A drugs across Cornwall have been jailed. Robert Scott and Stefan Paull, both 27, packaged cocaine and heroin in Saltash before posting or transporting them to Penzance where they were sold by Bradley Congdon, 38. Paull and …

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Cash advance: what is it and should you get one?

petekarici/Getty Images Difficult financial situations happen from time to time for most people. When this happens, it’s not always obvious where to turn for help. In these situations, however, a cash advance can be an attractive option because it is faster and easier to obtain than other options. Depending on …

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Plymouth Parkway hopes record crowds will return next season

Plymouth Parkway manager Lee Hobbs hopes the summer break will not hurt growing interest in the club following promotion to the Southern League Premier Division. Hobbs’ side were crowned Division One South champions with a stunning end to the season and with each passing game the crowds at Bolitho Park …

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India: Best Agrolife receives registration for indigenous manufacture of critical maize herbicide

Best Agrolife Limited, one of the major players in India’s agrochemical industry, on Friday obtained registration for the indigenous manufacture of technical tembotrione 94% u/s 9(4) by the Central Insecticides Board & Registration Committee during the 439th meeting, reports Business Standard. The company has pivotal positioning in rice and soybean …

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George Mason University Center for the Arts Announces 2022/2023 Season

The Center for the Arts at George Mason University today announced its 2022/2023 season of Mainstage performances, featuring a diverse lineup of artists and ensembles across many genres, as part of Great Performances at Mason and the Family Series. Season passes are currently on sale at Friends of the Arts …

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10 Things Gearheads Forgot About The Yenko Camaro

After serving in the Air Force and earning a degree in business administration, Don Yenko returned to Pennsylvania and established a performance shop at the Yenko Chevrolet family business. Don was also interested in a racing career, building a resume of success in Group A and B production class racing, …

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Dog-free Cornwall beaches; beaches to take dogs after May 15

Many dogs love nothing more than running along a sandy beach, chasing after a ball, or taking a quick dip in the sea. And while their owners also enjoy strolling along the shore while exercising their four-legged friends, they can not all year round. As we head into summer, restrictions …

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Penzance’s celebration of music and art begins in May

Published: 10:15 a.m. May 9, 2022 Update: 11:03 a.m. May 9, 2022 Penzance Catholic Church is hosting a music and arts festival and this year’s special guests are the impeccably talented Gesualdo Six ensemble. Praised for their imaginative programming and impeccable blending, The Gesualdo Six are an award-winning British vocal …

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Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, Josh Piterman and Guy Noble in concert (Andrew KcKinnon)

Andrew McKinnon brought together the joint talents of operatic bass-baritone Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, musical theater star Josh Piterman and charismatic pianist, performer, singer and storyteller Guy Noble in a heartwarming evening of populist musical favorites. It was an eclectic program with works chosen from opera and operetta, classic musicals by Rodgers …

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Russian blockade of Ukrainian seaports drives up food prices – The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations says global food prices stabilized last month at a very high level, but were slightly lower than in March, which saw the biggest increase ever recorded food prices. FAO officials see little prospect of a significant drop in food prices as …

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Analysis of Energy Vault (NYSE: NRGV) and Ultralife (NASDAQ: ULBI)

Energy Vault (NYSE: NRGV – Get a rating) and Ultralife (NASDAQ:ULBI – Get a rating) are both small cap oil/energy companies, but which is the better investment? We’ll compare the two companies based on earnings strength, profitability, valuation, analyst recommendations, risk, institutional ownership and dividends. Institutional and Insider Ownership 29.1% …

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Mother awaiting heart transplant shares her story

Share on PinterestAfter giving birth to her second child, Zuleyma Santos was diagnosed with a rare form of heart failure and placed on the waiting list for a heart transplant. Photograph courtesy of Padilla Co Mother of two, Zuleyma Santos, works with the American Heart Association to raise awareness of …

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As planting delays continue, corn and wheat set to struggle to gain acres – Agweek

Planting was very late not only in the northern plains, but also in the corn belt. While forecasts for the Corn Belt look likely to improve, parts of the northern plains could experience more moisture over the weekend and into next week. At this week’s Agweek Market Wrap, Red River …

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OPENING NIGHT – THE LUCKY STAR – A Fascinating, Uplifting, and Sometimes Irreverent Story – Times Square Chronicles

A fascinating, uplifting and sometimes irreverent story of a war-torn family struggling to migrate, escape and survive” Douglas Denoff & Beth Goldsmith, and 59E59 Theaters (Val Day, Artistic Director; Brian Beirne, General Manager) present the Directors Companythe production of The lucky star by Karen Hartmanpart of the inauguration VOLT-Festival at …

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35 Greatest Baseball Movies Of All Time, Ranked

In the minds of many, it’s not simply the best baseball movie ever made – it might be among the best movies ever made. Nonetheless, RottenTomatoes puts its score at a staggering 87%. Based on the 1982 novel “Shoeless Joe,” “Field Of Dreams” introduces us to beleaguered farmer Ray Kinsella …

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Season of success for football clubs in the South West

Published: 1:15 p.m. May 5, 2022 As the dust begins to settle on another thrilling roller coaster that is the football season, clubs across the South West can reflect on an exceptionally successful campaign. On a professional level, Exeter City are making headlines after securing promotion to the Sky Bet …

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APTMA Urges Government to Urgently Announce Cotton MSP for 2022-23

All Pakistan Textile Mills Associations (APTMA) had already requested the government to immediately announce a cotton support price of Rs 8,000 per phutti mound for the coming season. Given the government’s perspective under the current circumstances, APTMA urges the government to announce at least Rs 7,000 per MSP mound of …

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AVAST! The guild prepares “pirates” for Pablo

YOU CANNOT SPELL “PIRATE” WITHOUT AN “ARRRRRRR”! William Salinas rehearses his role as Pirate King in upcoming Chippewa Valley Theater Guild production The Penzance Pirates. Hackers seem to be having a cultural moment: The new HBO show Our flag means deaththe strange online popularity of sea shanties and the persistence …

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Outstanding Forsyth County Volunteers Honored with Governor’s Awards

HandsOn Northwest North Carolina, in partnership with United Way of Forsyth County, Salem College and The Winston-Salem Journal, presented the 2022 Governor’s Volunteer Service Awards to 15 recipients from across Forsyth County. Hands-On, whose mission is to mobilize people and organizations that inspire community change, presented the awards at an …

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Q&A with Hutsy Founder, Tefari

Breadcrumb Links MoneyWise Canada growing money Tefari Bailey says Hutsy will lend a hand to Canadians abandoned by big banks Author of the article: Tefari Bailey Content of the article After a “life-changing” experience in “Dragon’s Den,” Tefari Bailey is eager to fulfill her mission and disrupt the Canadian banking …

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Rotary Mouse Hole Market Outlook 2022-2030 | Key Players – Forum Energy Technologies, Drillmec, Keystone Energy Tools, Oderco

The Latest Market Research Report Analyzes The Rotating Mousehole Market Demand By Different Segments Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends And Forecast To 2030 In Its Database Which Depicts A Systematic Picture Of The Market And Provides Explanation insight into the various factors that are expected to drive the growth of …

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Non-league football is set for a major shake-up in Stages 5 and 6

Non-league football is set to undergo a major shake-up in Stages 5 and 6, with the Football Association considering a merger of the Western League and the South West Peninsula League. If the merger is given the green light, then the five-division league of 18 teams each – perhaps dubbed …

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Cornwall Development Applications: Week Ending May 1 | Part 3

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal. You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address. There were a lot of …

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Bayer leads breakthrough innovations in healthcare and agriculture

Bayer hosted its first-ever Breakthrough Innovation Forum, focusing on longer-term opportunities for health and agriculture by leveraging emerging technologies. “The confluence of biology, chemistry and data science offers the possibility of solving some of the world’s greatest challenges. But that opportunity only exists for companies and scientists who dare to …

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LOOKOUT PM: COVID hospitalizations remain low, award-winning vodka and MFC’s artistic touch

Welcome to a new week, friends, I hope your weekend was fun, relaxing and gave you ample opportunity to recharge and recover from today. That being said, if you’re anything like me, getting out of bed this morning was a monumental challenge. As we announced last week, Lookout begins election …

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Reasons Why Marrying Someone From Cornwall Will Be The Best Decision You’ve Ever Made

We’re as beautiful as our pastries and our clotted cream, we’re smart innovators who’ve come up with some of the best inventions ever, we live in the most beautiful part of the country…even the world. So why wouldn’t you want to marry someone from Cornwall? We also have the best …

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