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Missouri History Museum Hosts Green Living Festival Pop-Up Event

The Missouri Botanical Garden’s famous Green Living Festival is back this year and is being hosted as a series of pop-up events at your favorite St. Louis locations. Next Saturday, July 9, they’ll be offering the “Summer of Sustainability” event at the Missouri History Museum (5700 Lindell Boulevard, MOHistory.org). Brought to you by the Missouri […]

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Pets

How exotic pets are rescued

Exotic pets can be a challenge to take care of, both for the pet owners and for shelters unequipped for specialty animals. This hour, we talk with the director of a Wisconsin animal rescue center about how to care for and, if needed, surrender your exotic pets.   Source link

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Health

June 30 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Activities

Reign Johnson, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, smiles at the crowd as she rides in front of the Jesse Bethel Cheer team during a past Fourth of July Parade in Vallejo. (Chris Riley—Times-Herald) July 1: First Friday with Don Bassey and Friends, 8 p.m., Town House Cocktail Lounge, 401A Georgia St., Vallejo. July 2: […]

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Sports

Ken Hoffman volleys some ace questions to Houston’s greatest tennis icon

As a child, Zina Garrison learned how to hit a tennis ball on the public courts at MacGregor Park during the 1970s and became, simply, the most accomplished player ever from Houston. She developed into a Grand Slam champion, a Top 5 ranking in the world, Wimbledon finalist in 1990 with 20 tournament titles, Federation […]

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Life Style

Relationship between climate change and severe weather; How to prepare for the summer’s severe weather

Relationship between climate change and severe weather; How to prepare for the summer’s severe weather Wisconsin Public Radio Source link

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Travel

SW Florida arts organizations launch survey to quantify the economic impact of the arts on local communities

On Wednesday, the Alliance for the Arts and dozens of local arts organizations launched the Arts & Economic Prosperity survey. It’s part of a nationwide study by Americans for the Arts of the contribution made by arts organizations to their local economies. This is the sixth such study and involves 387 participating communities in all […]

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Business

Ogden Art Scene: Tunes and tastes galore this weekend

1 / 3 Image supplied 2 / 3 2021 Untamed Pops! at Ogden Amphitheater. Deann Armes, Special to the Standard-Examiner 3 / 3 Families relax on the grass for live tunes at the first Blues, Brews & BBQ of the season on Sunday, June 19, 2022. Deann Armes, Special to the Standard-Examiner ❮ ❯ 2021 […]

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Travel

Collier, Lee arts leaders thrilled state, DeSantis keep funding intact

Cue the music. Some 28 Lee and Collier arts groups are doing a victory dance after learning the state has fully funded their programming, project, and facility requests for fiscal year 2022-23. And give that music a full string section. Both Artis—Naples, home of the Naples Philharmonic, and the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra in Fort Myers received their […]

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Business

Jacob Collier Concert Review: Rising Star Connects With His Audience In Boston | Arts | The Harvard Crimson

Around 8:20 pm on May 8 in Boston’s House of Blues, the crowd was getting antsy. “Jacob! Jacob! Jacob!” they chanted with anticipation. The stage was adorned with a variety of plants and a quaint park bench in the center. A rainbow of lights illuminated countless instruments. All that was missing from the set-up were […]

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Science

Modern eco-friendly home springs onto market for $669,000 in charming Lockhart

A unique eco-friendly home that almost certainly would cost thousands dollars more in Austin just went on the market in the quaint Caldwell County town of Lockhart. The 2,048-square-foot, ranch-style home, called Lockhart Modern Love, features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s listed at $699,000. The same home in Austin likely would go for at least […]