Month: July 2022

Gullah Geechee Dinner in Wormsloe Celebrated Food Paths and Culture

“We have folkways and foodways.” The words rang out from Patt Gunn, master storyteller to Gullah Geechee and founder of Underground Tours of Savannah, as the sounds of “Amazing Grace” faded into the damp night at Wormsloe Historic Site on Friday, March 11. Women’s History Month:Patt Gunn latest in line of history-making Black Savannah women …

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Wildfires in West explode in size amid warm, windy conditions

SAN DIEGO Wildfires in California and Montana exploded overnight amid windy, hot conditions and quickly invaded neighborhoods, forcing more than 100 homes to be evacuated on Saturday as a fire spread in Idaho. In California’s Klamath National Forest, the fast-moving McKinney fire, which started Friday, went from a char of just over 1 square mile …

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Vulnerable House Democrats see abortion as a winning campaign issue

OLATHE, Kan. (AP) – A rare Democrat in a deeply Republican state, U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids of Kansas, is one of the most vulnerable incumbents seeking re-election this year. In the final months of her congressional campaign, she is focusing on Republicans’ staunch opposition to abortion rights. An online ad she released last week highlights …

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I’m a single mom – I have no idea how to build furniture so my house is only half full, chairs are falling apart

BUILDING furniture and following manuals doesn’t come naturally to all of us. And a single mom revealed that her lack of DIY skills means most of her home has been put together incorrectly. 4 the hanging chair is not screwed on, instead Victoria chose to use Gorilla GlueCredit: TIKTOK/vicrose27 4 The mother wasn’t sure how …

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The fight to save the poet Vicente Aleixandre’s house in Madrid | Spain

The cedar-panelled, pale yellow house at 3 Vicente Aleixandre Street in northwest Madrid was not always the damp, silent and neglected place it is now. Nor was it always 3 Vicente Aleixandre Street. For almost half a century it was known as Velintonia, the semi-mythical house where the Nobel Prize-winning Spanish poet Vicente Aleixandre wrote …

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Cybercrime is evolving — this is how a cybersecurity expert advises you to stay safe

Paul Haskell-Dowland has been in the cybersecurity education and research field for two decades — and he’s on a mission to teach the rest of us how to stay safe online. It is an important job for the Professor of Cyber ​​Security Practice at Edith Cowan University. The cost of cybercrime in Australia is incredibly …

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