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Elizabeth Bolton Obituary (1941 – 2021) – Shaker Heights, OH

Elizabeth “Betsy” Day Bolton, wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully on October 16, 2021, at her home in Asheville, North Carolina, with her family by her side. Born June 13, 1941 in Hartford, Connecticut, she graduated from Madeira School, Smith College and Stanford University. She lived in New York …

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UMSL Opera Theater Wins First US Prize for “The Medium”

The UMSL Opera Theater won first place in the 2021 US Award in the smaller college / university opera performance programs division for its performance of “The Medium.” The victory marks the third time in four years that the UMSL Opera Theater has placed first in a national competition. (Photo …

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Gilbert & Sullivan’s own model back live

LIVE THE KING — Edward Tavalin as the Pirate King in “The Pirates of Penzance” playing at the Hillcrest Center in Thousand Oaks. Courtesy of John Pillsbury There is much to celebrate in Ventura County these days with the gradual return of musical theater, but the most rewarding of these …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 10 | Part 1

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

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Why don’t people take Gilbert and Sullivan seriously?

THEand I admit it: I have not, for most of my life, been the model even of an unconditional fan of the work of William Schwenck Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Instead, I thought of their Savoy operas as reliquaries of archaic Victorian-era chauvinism, complacent bourgeois sentimentality, one-dimensional expressive mirth, and …

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8 of the best scuba diving sites in the UK and Ireland

Holy Island, Anglesey Ideal for: dives on historic wrecks The island’s many coves off North Wales are protected from the strong offshore currents, making them popular land-based dive sites for adventurous divers. Underwater, spectacular reefs, pinnacles, mounds and drop offs create a captivating environment for wrasse, gobies, blennies, various crabs, …

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61306 Mayflower steam locomotive passes through Newbury today

“Choose trainspotting” today, when the 61306 Mayflower steam locomotive passes through Newbury, en route to Penzance from London Victoria. The Mayflower locomotive will cross West Berkshire bound for Devon and Cornwall on Tuesday morning September 28th. 61306 The Mayflower Train is a restored steam locomotive and it’s a sight to …

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Five of the best long distance cycle routes in the UK

West Kernow Way, Cornwall, England 241 km / 3 – 4 days Opened in September 2021, the West Kernow Way is a brand new 241km cycle route in Cornwall. Starting and ending at Penzance Station, the route covers much of the western half of the Cornish Peninsula, connecting popular tourist …

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Smuggler downplays role in Teignmouth migrant drama

A judge has ordered an investigative hearing to decide the role played by a smuggler in a scheme to bring eight illegal migrants to Devon on a yacht. Indrit Barhani was arrested ashore near where the 27ft Sea Crystal wrecked as his skipper and companion attempted to reach Teignmouth from …

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Police warn ‘no need to panic to buy’ fuel in Cornwall

Police have urged people to ‘behave sensibly’ after motorists queuing for fuel caused problems on Cornwall and Devon roads, which could impact emergency services. The force reiterated the message that there is no shortage of fuel and there is no need to panic to buy. This is after parts of …

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Cornwall animals, neglected farmer, are off limits

A smallholder has been banned from keeping farm animals after neglecting his livestock. Clifford Mitchell, 48, of Ludgvan, Penzance, has been banned from keeping or owning farm animals for 10 years. following a lawsuit brought by the Cornwall Council. On January 20, 2021 and June 14, 2021, officers from the …

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Should the Designer Outlet bus lane be clearer?

A SHOPPER from Reading has vowed never to return to Swindon after being fined £ 30 for crossing the reserved bus lane on Penzance Drive near the Designer Outlet. Peter Welland’s pledge followed a similar complaint from Gareth Lewis, who was visiting the town from Wales, in August. Both men …

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MANDELL, Dorothy

MANDELL, Dorothy Ellen Dorothy Ellen Mandell, 88, née Matthews, died Friday, September 3, 2021. She was born November 25, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, and raised in Golden, Colorado. Dorothy loved to ski, ride horses and play tennis. She developed a love for the theater when she performed her first …

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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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Police / Firefighters | Local News

In the news from the Cape Ann Police and Fire Department newspapers: ROCKPORT Thursday September 2 7:41 p.m .: Medical emergency on Beach Street. The person was taken by ambulance to Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester. 7:25 p.m .: Someone reported losing their truck keys on Granite Street. 17:46: Public …

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Burnaby refinery fire scares the public

“Impressive” fire was first reported as building fire, then brush fire, firefighters say The Burnaby Fire Department was “inundated” with calls about a fire in North Burnaby that turned out to be a “controlled burn” at the Parkland refinery last night, according to Deputy Fire Chief Dave Younger. “We sent …

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THOUGHTS: Wintario had strong ties to Perth County

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Cory smith Release date : Jul 23, 2021 • 22 minutes ago • 4 minutes to read • Join the conversation Dale Bast is seen pressing the activator button, held by Faye Dance, during a Wintario show. Photo by Beacon Herald …

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In this week’s 12-page sports flyer

Adam Powell, who left Liskeard-Looe to test himself at the South West Premier level with Launceston. Photo: Glen Rogers Print and digital download photos available There’s a lot going on in this week’s 12-page sports retreat. Saltash United have been preparing for a first foray into Western League football for …

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Lamorna Cove: the jewel of West Cornwall

The pretty and picturesque Cornish harbor at Lamorna Cove offers a good refuge while waiting for a weather window to bypass Land’s End, says Dag Pike The jewel of West Cornwall: Lamorna Cove On any cruise west along the English Channel, Land’s End is always an important stopover. This is …

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BDUK consults on Gigabit broadband coverage in Cornwall UK

The UK government has just launched another public review, this time for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly in southwest England, which aims to identify any existing or planned commercial coverage of gigabit broadband ISP networks. The review will help identify areas where public investment may be needed to roll …

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How a Tucson radio station honors a legend

KXCI-FM (91.3), a community radio station in Tucson, celebrates Linda Ronstadt’s 75th birthday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 15. KXCI DJs will share music to celebrate the Tucson native’s legacy in a career that, as the station says, has found her “carrying with her some of …

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Billy Porter and New York Stage and Film, Georgie, The Jimmy Awards and Red Bull Theater 2021 Short New Play Festival – Times Square Chronicles

Considered “one of the main theater incubators in the country”, New York Stage and Film has announced additional programming for its next summer season, from July 17 to August 2. Additional programming includes Billy Porter’s new Gospel musical. Sanctuary as part of New York Stage and Film’s Always On video …

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INCREDIBLE OFFER! Buy one, get one free DIRECTLY from “BUTCHER BOY” (1st Open NIPA 20,315 birds) and 4 x 1st Fed winner “HARRIET” (1/2 sister of RPRA champion “UK KITTEL”) I have an amazing offer for you here, and I don’t think you will see another offer like this in …

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Live music in the great outdoors – TPG, Inc.

By Mindy Colporteur I listen to a rehearsal of the Cabrillo Stage Big Band. What a joy to hear live music again! Andrew Ceglio, director / choreographer for Tomfoolery. The musicians are preparing for ACT 1 of the Cabrillo Stage Summer Musical Festival which will present five different productions over …

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Norfolk musician Tom Moore gears up for live fall tour

A folk musician from Norfolk will embark on a year-long live tour of Britain this fall – from the beautiful town of Norwich. Tom Moore, who grew up in Yaxham, near Dereham, and attended school in Norwich, plays violin, viola, guitar, and percussion instruments. Along with fellow musician Archie Moss, …

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Three-time winner Darragh

Bobby and Joe representing the McComb Bros of Killyleagh, 10th Open Sennen Cove. Members have been invited to attend at different times of the day to ensure that no large numbers gather at any given time to comply with Covid 19 regulations. A great job has been done by many …

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