Month: September 2022

Michigan high court won’t reinstate Nassar-related conviction against former Michigan State gymnastics coach Kathie Klages

DETROIT — The Michigan Supreme Court rejected an appeal Wednesday and will not reinstate the conviction of a retired Michigan State University gymnastics coach accused of lying to investigators about campus sports doctor Larry Nassar. The state attorney’s office has expanded its investigation beyond Nassar, who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing athletes, mostly female gymnasts. …

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A River Runs Through This Music

We celebrate the Classical California Ultimate Playlist with a series of fun and informative blogs about the music you love. What I love The Moldau? This dreamy symphonic poem by Czech composer Bedřich Smetana somehow lifts us from our office chair, our couch, our sorrows, and transports us to the lush Bohemian forest, where a …

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Live updates: Russia’s war on Ukraine

John Kirby, the National Security Council’s coordinator for strategic communications, appears on ABC’s “Good Morning America” ​​on September 19. (ABC) John Kirby, the National Security Council’s coordinator for strategic communications, said Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of an immediate partial mobilization was “expected” and a “sign that he is struggling.” “I think there’s a lot …

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Chelsea are interested in Rafael Leao as he looks to increase AC Milan’s wages

The summer transfer window is closed for the major European leagues. However, with one eye on January, there are plenty of rumors swirling about who will be moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, arrivals, departures and, of course, done deals! The 23-year-old Portugal international forward is currently contracted to …

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The Catholic Culture Podcast: 143 – The Sacrament of Church Architecture

September 19, 2022 “Architecture is the developed form of ideas, and church architecture is the developed form of theology.” Denis McNamara joins the show to give a crash course in the underlying principles of Catholic church architecture, and make the case for classical architecture as the method that sacred architects should use today. McNamara is …

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The Monaco Grand Prix will remain until 2025; The Vegas race is confirmed for a Saturday

The Monaco Grand Prix will continue in Formula One until 2025. Monaco’s contract expired this year and there were doubts over whether F1’s most famous event would continue, but on Tuesday F1 confirmed a new three-year deal for the street race. The extension was confirmed alongside the F1 race schedule for 2023. The record-breaking 24-race …

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Daniel Bachman Announces New Album ‘Almanac Behind’, Releases New Song

Daniel Bachman has announced a new album titled Back Almanac, which arrives November 18 via Three Lobed. The follow-up until 2021’s Axacan and this year’s collection of covers Lonesome Tired Blues was led by new single ‘Flood Stage’. Check it out and find the record’s cover art and tracklist below. Bachman shared the following statement …

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17 fall decor and decorating ideas

CNN — While some people thrive on summer, others look forward to sweater weather, pumpkin spice and apple-everything, and the joy of adding fall decor and textures to every corner of their space. Luckily, since fall has such a huge fan base, there are plenty of smart and basic ways to incorporate pumpkins, candles, chunky …

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