Monthly Archives: August 2022

Norton Celebrates 49th Performing Arts Season – The Advocate-Messenger

PRESS RELEASE Tickets go on sale today for the Norton Center for the Arts’ 49th Performing Arts Season. Continuing its trend of making the arts accessible to everyone, the Norton Center will once again offer tickets starting at $19 for all shows. “World-class performing arts experiences are available right here …

Read More »

Massive gatherings of spider crabs ‘are not dangerous to humans’

spider crabs Conservationists are urging visitors to Cornwall to enjoy the sight of massive gatherings of spider crabs in a bid to counter claims the crustaceans are ‘venomous’. In recent weeks, hundreds of crabs have congregated in knee-deep water in popular tourist spots such as Newquay, St Ives, Falmouth and …

Read More »

Wendron United manager Michael O’Neill previews the Newquay game

Wendron United manager Michael O’Neill believes his side are in a “very good place” heading into the new South West Peninsula League West season. Dron was the only absentee from the first round of matches but will play his first game on Wednesday August 10 when he travels to Mount …

Read More »

Music Amore even sings about the dirt in Searching

LAUREL, MD. – Love Musicwho made his racing debut on clay for the first time in over a year, had no trouble adapting to the company or the surface with a 2½ length triumph in the search of $100,000 from Saturday. Owned by trainer Gerald Brooks, Carl Hess Jr. and …

Read More »

Penzance AFC pays tribute to Helston’s Alfie Beard as football shirt retired

A special tribute will be paid today by the football team Helston teenager Alfie Beard played for. Penzance AFC’s reserve side are due to start their 2pm game this afternoon (Saturday) with a minute’s silence for Alfie, 19, who died in a car crash near the Stopgate junction in Porthleven …

Read More »

Rain is needed on state farms

The rain that fell the last weekend in July was helpful, but more rain would go a long way to reviving the pastures and helping the soybeans to fill in the pods and the rice to fill in the ears. EMERGENCY LOANS Meanwhile, the US Department of Agriculture has made …

Read More »

Consequences of not paying debts and loans on time

Everyone, from wealthy business magnates to those living in poverty, takes out loans for a variety of reasons. When we don’t have a lot of money, there will be times when we need to take out a loan to meet our immediate needs. With the loans, you can easily repay …

Read More »

Car drives the wrong way in traffic at Eastern Green, Penzance, Cornwall

This is the moment the cars were forced out of the way as a confused driver found himself in oncoming traffic this afternoon. The photograph took the dual carriageway section of Eastern Green, past Morrisons supermarket in Penzance. Crystal Major posted it on Facebook with the caption, “I can’t drive …

Read More »

Berkeley Rep mounts exhibit of immigrant stories

Berkeley Repertory Theater’s current show, Martyna Majok’s “Sanctuary City,” features two DREAMERS searching for their place in America. To tie the stage and the real world together, Berkeley Rep set up an exhibit in the lobby of collected stories, artwork and posters of immigration stories. “Into the Light: Stories and …

Read More »

RadCred launches contactless lending platform for bad loans

GLENDALE, Calif., Aug. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RadCred, a lending intermediary, is launching its contactless lending platform for problem loans. Since its inception, RadCred has become one of the top choices for people applying for short-term loans due to its fast and hassle-free services. RadCred works as a conduit …

Read More »

Best Succotash Recipe – How To Make Succotash

Caitlin Bensel Succotash is a bright mix of fresh summer vegetables like corn, lima beans, bell pepper and cherry tomatoes, all your garden favorites! One bite of this delicious summer recipe and you’ll understand its appeal. This is a great veggie side dish for anything grilled this summer (chicken, fish…you …

Read More »

Jordan Cottrell in court for possession of heroin in Cornwall

A YOUNG Penzance man has been convicted by magistrates in Cornwall after he was found in possession of a Class A drug. Jordan Cottrell, 26, from Penzance, appeared before magistrates at Bodmin Magistrates’ Court on Friday July 8 on one count of possession of a Class A controlled drug, namely …

Read More »

COMMENT: 84 days after last season’s final, a new FA Cup campaign begins – and it starts in Portsmouth earlier than almost anywhere else

And Portsmouth is one of four places where the extra preliminary round kicks off on Friday night. Baffins Milton Rovers brought forward their home game against Alton the next afternoon to avoid a clash with Pompey’s League One game against Lincoln at Fratton Park. So they can attract a few …

Read More »

Can you modify a first generation Honda Insight?

The first generation Honda Insight was the first hybrid to appear on the US market. It was a two-seat, two-door sedan that weighed under 2,000 pounds and achieved around 60 mpg. Under its hood was a small 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that only developed around 67 hp. As you can imagine, …

Read More »

Hamilton area corn growers optimistic despite dry July

Kevin Gallant of Gallant Farms displays the peaches, cream and yellow corn he produces on his Norfolk County farm at the July 27 Ancaster Farmers Market. Local corn has arrived at stores and farmers’ markets across the Hamilton area. And although growing conditions have been less than ideal, growers remain …

Read More »

Jack Keane, Penzance sex acts in public

A MAN who allowed sexual acts to be perpetrated on him in the middle of Penzance has pleaded guilty to outrage of public decency at Truro Magistrates’ Court. Jack John Reginald Keane, 32, who is currently remanded to HMP Exeter, initially pleaded not guilty to outrage of public decency by …

Read More »

Five star Barum leaves for a flyer

A new season and a new era began for Barnstaple Town with an emphatic 5-0 win over Bitton to open their Toolstation Western League campaign. Barum nearly pulled off a remarkable escape from the Southern League slump last year, and the good form has continued under manager Craig Laird. After …

Read More »

Applications for Creative Pinellas $2,000 Emerging Artist Grants Now Open | Local arts | Tampa

Click to enlarge Photo via Creative Pinellas/Facebook Jason Hackenwerth’s opening ‘DARKMATTER’ at Creative Pinellas. Non-profit talent agency Creative Pinellas has announced its latest chance for budding local artists to jump-start their careers. The organization’s 2023 Emerging Artist Fellowship is now open for applications. The program is designed to uplift and …

Read More »