Monthly Archives: August 2022

Should you ever get a payday loan?

When you’re low on cash between paychecks or have an unexpected financial emergency, a payday loan can be a tempting option to help you make ends meet or access cash quickly. However, these short-term loans, which are usually due on the day of your next payday, are extremely risky. They …

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The La Caille restaurant bottles wine from vines planted in 1976, serves farm-to-table food and is building a new bar and lounge

La Caille, the iconic restaurant located on 20 acres at the mouth of Cottonwood Canyon in Sandy, has made its move with farm-to-table food and a restored wine label. For decades, La Caille, which opened in 1975, was the fine dining spot of choice for Utahns for marriage proposals, weddings, …

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A tour of California’s best hidden botanical and architectural masterpiece

“Enter when a hundred sorrows disappear. Laugh as the great river expands.”Vertically inscribed couplet at the entrance of the Chinese Garden Tea House. Liu Fang Yuan, or The Garden of Flowing Fragrance, is an incredible 15-hectare garden designed in the traditional style of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) scholars’ gardens in …

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Planning Committee Summary: Plans Discussed for Historic Home at 83 East Main; Frankland Road solar decommissioning plan approved

The house at 83 Main Street dates from 1875. FILE PHOTO/JERRY SPAR The planning panel opened a new public hearing on an open space mixed-use development (OSMUD) at 83 East Main Street at its meeting Monday night, raising concerns about how the three proposed age-restricted housing units will fit into …

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The 9 best compost bins of 2022

Who is it for: Individuals looking for an easy way to get started with outdoor composting. Who is it not for: People who prefer a composter with a lid. If you are looking for a strong, durable outdoor compost bin, a metal composter is your best bet. In Carr’s experience, …

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Will a loan on my 401(k) affect my mortgage?

If you want to put some of the money you’ve accumulated in your 401(okay), you need to use a short-term mortgage that you’ll pay cash from your paychecks. Borrowing from your 401 (okay) can usually be a better way to get money than using higher interest loans like title loans, …

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Guinda’s Riverdog Farm exemplifies the endurance of the Capay Valley through its adaptability and resilience to challenges

Tucked away in a small rural community in the Capay Valley, Riverdog Farm has faced issues related to pandemics and climate change that have pushed back harvest times and significantly impacted the workforce this year. Owner Tim Mueller, known as “el patron” — the boos — by his mostly Hispanic …

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Seelaube / Bach Mühle Fuchs + After apricots

Seelaube / Bach Mühle Fuchs + After apricots © Gwladys Gurtler + 21 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/986662/lake-gazebo-bach-muhle-fuchs-plus-after-apricots © Gwladys Gurtler Text description of the architects. For the Annecy Paysages 2021 exhibition, we had the opportunity to design a pavilion. A prism-shaped structure perched on the …

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Video shows outrageous theft of $2 million worth of jewelry from New York store

Bronx jewelry store robbery caught on camera, 4 suspects wanted 01:25 According to the NYPD, an investigation is ongoing into a robbery by four masked men who brazenly broke into a jewelry store in the Bronx last week and made off with an estimated $2 million worth of merchandise. The …

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CARMEN KETRON: Online programs can help improve your gardening | Agriculture

CARMEN KETRON Clemson extension Clemson Extension offers many online courses for farmers, landscape professionals, and home gardeners through the Online Course Catalog. Visit https://cu-pro-ed.catalog.instructure.com for everything from private pesticide applicator exams to dam maintenance programs to school gardening courses for educators in South Carolina, all online and accessible to you. …

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Retro Japan: The Three-Armed Bridge in Tokyo maintains its beauty amidst a changing landscape

TOKYO – A rare three-way bridge built in 1929 in the central part of the Japanese capital still retains its functional beauty despite the changing landscape around it. Picturesque street lanterns resembling lilies of the valley are seen on Miyoshi Bridge in Chuo …

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LANDSCAPE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, – GuruFocus.com

LANDSCAPE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC recently submitted its 13F report for the second quarter of 2022 ended 06/30/2022. The 13F report describes which stocks were in a guru’s stock portfolio at the end of the quarter, although investors should note that these filings are limited in scope, providing only a snapshot …

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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 …

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After a century on Mammoth Road, Still’s Tractor and Nursery continues to evolve

Most of Still’s Mammoth Road business was moved to Turf Depot in Hooksett, MANCHESTER, NH – For more than 100 years, Still’s Tractor and Nursery has anchored the intersection of Mammoth and Candia streets. Generations of farmers, gardeners and landscapers in Manchester. and residents were regular customers. When Charles P. …

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ConsolidationNow has been revamped as RixLoans Payday

ConsolidationNow has been rebranded RixLoans Payday. This change reflects the company’s desire to help consumers obtain better loan products and services. The changes will also allow the company to reach more borrowers in various states across the United States. The RixLoans website is more user-friendly and loan applications will take …

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Better Than Ever: The Faculty Club reopens after renovations, preserving what the Bruins loved

In 1959, the UCLA Faculty Center opened its doors to faculty who could enjoy meals and a second home on campus by paying their 50-cent monthly dues. But the center was and always has been much more than that. For decades it has offered a range of services including hosting …

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The global chemical logistics market is expected to reach $272.8 billion

DUBLIN, Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Chemical Logistics Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027 report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The global chemical logistics market reached US$219.9 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, the publisher expects the market to reach $272.8 billion by 2027, …

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The art of collecting garden art

Rebecca parker is a gem. She’s a lone star collector, sitting alone amid a rugged collection of amazing garden objects and plant matter on State Street in Carlsbad. And if you need unusual pots, mirrors, statues, rare glass jars or even bird cages, you will find them here. But unfortunately …

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Location is Rye, New York Mansion – DIRT

“It was as close to heaven as you could get on Long Island.” So says Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn) at the beginning of Billy Wilder’s beloved 1954 classic Sabrina, as she describes the Larrabee family mansion where she lives grew up with her father as a chauffeur. In truth, three …

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Deliver adaptive project portfolio management with these intuitive PPM software champions, according to SoftwareReviews users

TORONTO, August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – SoftwareReviews, a leading source of insight into the software vendor landscape, has released its 2022 Project Portfolio Management Emotional Footprint, which recognizes six vendors in the enterprise and midmarket space as champions. PPM Enterprise (CNW Group/SoftwareReviews) PPM Midmarket (CNW Group/SoftwareReviews) Project portfolio management (PPM) …

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Starbucks opens its second charitable community store in Dallas

Everyone’s favorite coffee chain Starbucks has opened one of its rare community stores in Dallas, in a neighborhood that absolutely adores it: the cool, up-and-coming Casa View neighborhood on the far east side of the city, if you head further east, you’re in Mesquite. The store is located at 10305 …

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An effective solution for urban flood management

The frequency of flooding in Indian metros is increasing due to crumbling drainage systems, poor infrastructure and road concreting. In addition, in cities like Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai, ponds and wetlands that act as “natural sponges” to soak up excess water have been destroyed. Many countries are now working to …

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