Outdoor Structures

Fiona is rolling over northeastern Canada as a big, powerful storm

CAGUAS, Puerto Rico – Hurricane Fiona turned into a post-tropical cyclone on Friday evening, but meteorologists warned it could still bring hurricane-force winds, heavy rains and large waves to the region of Canada Atlantic and could be one of the most severe storms in the country’s history. Fiona, which started …

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James Latham and Garnica Support Salvation Army’s Malachi Project • Hotel Designs

While volunteering for the Salvation Army, intern architect George Fisher noticed the need for outdoor social spaces for residents to relax, connect and enjoy the outdoors. From this need was born Project Malachi – a pop-up hostel consisting of 42 units, creating a welcoming, friendly and safe haven for those …

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SOM’s Green Terracotta Facade for Disney Headquarters Takes Shape

Currently under construction, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s (SOM) 4 Hudson Square looks set to become a new destination in Hudson Square, an emerging neighborhood west of Manhattan’s Soho. As Disney’s future headquarters in New York, the building is the company’s first purpose-built site in the city in decades. The neighborhood …

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New York restaurants struggle to recover – Reuters

Kymme Williams-Davis takes an order at her Bushwick Grind Cafe in New York on Thursday. She had to change the menu because she can’t afford to hire a chef for some dishes. PA New York’s restaurant industry continues to face “widespread and overwhelming hardship” in the wake of COVID-19 and …

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Arboretum Playset Expected to Arrive This Fall

Improvements have been made to the Kuhnert Arboretum in recent years and more are on the way, including a new playground this fall, should it arrive. On Wednesday, City Forester Aaron Kiesz presented an overview of the arboretum development to the Aberdeen Parks Board. The arboretum was established in 1974 …

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Moose Fire rages – Local News 8

SALMON, Idaho (KIFI) – The man-made Moose Fire burning west and south of the North Fork has burned 125,059 acres and is 35% contained. A virtual public meeting has been set for Friday at 6:00 p.m. on this LINK. After Wednesday night’s 15,000-acre fire grew and two areas near Salmon …

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Nature-focused classrooms open to Sebring students

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A California-based company has created natural classrooms in Sebring for student enjoyment. Living Earth Structures and its owner, Miguel Elliott, have been in Florida for about a year. Proposed city budget raises more affordable housing issues for Tampa residents Elliott told WFLA.com that he built all …

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The Erin Slattery House is Excited to Lead the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce

Erin Slattery just completed her first month as president and CEO of the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce, but her family has been part of the community for generations. A 1994 graduate of Laguna Beach High, Slattery joined the local chamber as events and marketing manager earlier this year. She …

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Hochul links ongoing wildfires to climate change

First responders have been battling to contain the blaze that has been burning in the Minnewaska State Park Preserve since Saturday. Governor Kathy Hochul visited the scene Thursday and provided an update on their tireless efforts. Crews have been working on the ground for nearly a week in hot, dry …

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New Eco-Friendly Dragonflies Preschool Practices What It Teaches

TWP PARK. – Dragonflies Discovery Preschool, one of three nature-focused preschools operated in the community by the Outdoor Discovery Centers Network, is preparing to welcome students and teachers to its new campus at 30 N. 152nd Ave. in Park Township. In keeping with the ODC Network’s mission to promote outdoor …

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Williamsburg’s giant dining shed is devoid of diners

A 110ft hangar outside a Japanese restaurant in Williamsburg is perhaps the longest in the city – annexing up to half a block – and is not even open for meals. Adding insult to annexation, Fushimi on Driggs Avenue also has a 48-foot-long shed on the corner of North 10th …

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Guest Comment: “Moaning about losing a great view won’t solve anything”

The view from the deck of Legend Brewing would be affected by a proposed high-rise apartment building. (BizSense File Photos) I can’t remember any other news that the Richmond Times-Dispatch ran on its front page one day recently, but a three-column headline caught my eye: “Manchester Skyscraper Project Could Block …

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Contemporary Elements ~ J. Montgomery Designs, a landscape architecture firm

This backyard features a cob wood deck with a black metal L-shaped gazebo and synthetic grass. A contemporary kitchen with louvered pergola, built-in barbecue and modern landscaping. A contemporary front yard featuring clean lines, a dominant hardscape and an emphasis on structural plantings. Clean lines, a dominant harsh landscape, and …

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California wildfires: employers reminded to protect outdoor workers from unhealthy air

Cal/OSHA reminds employers to follow the California Wildfire Smoke Protection Standard, which requires them to take steps to protect their workers from the unhealthy air caused by wildfire smoke. Harmful air quality from wildfire smoke is currently affecting Northern California and can occur anywhere in the state on short notice. …

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12 theme parks and water parks in the Pacific Northwest

Whether you’re trying to cool off or just looking for a thrill, the Pacific Northwest has parks for everyone. PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Tuesday is National Roller Coaster Day and while Oregon and Washington don’t exactly have a surplus of thrill rides, there are still several theme parks and water …

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21 questions to architect Michael Chen

Photo-Illustration: Lined; Photo: Max Burkhalter New YorkThe “21 questions” of are back with an eye on New York creatives. Michael Chen is an architect known for designing small spaces, modernize brownstonesand thoughtful cultural projects like this Bronx Children’s Library. He is also known for his public service work as co-founder …

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Change is good, right? | Master Gardener | Home and garden

We’ve all looked at magazines and books filled with photos of outdoor gathering spaces. We love vibrant flowers, lush trees and shrubs, and have dreamed of “just like that” gardens. Some of us can achieve this look, some of us “try” and some of us just close the blinds and …

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What if you live in one of the new stacked neighborhoods?

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — On Tuesday, the Corpus Christi City Council passed the creation of Military Compatibility Area Overlay Districts (MCAODs). It sets the rules for zoning, noise, light and height of structures around Navy installations. Many questions have arisen such as: “What happens to my property if I am …

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2022 Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Review

Banff National Park has been on my bucket list ever since I saw these beautiful Instagram videos of Lake Louise. If you’re wondering if these videos are filtered, they aren’t – the lake is simply breathtakingly beautiful. I can’t believe I got to celebrate my birthday in Banff this year …

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Explore this Ghost Town park-to-park route

This route at a glance: Step back in time to the frontier and explore Montana’s ghost towns. On your way from Glacier National Park to Yellowstone National Park, you’ll walk through forgotten towns of the past while exploring Montana’s rich history. Duration: 3 days DAY 1 Begin your journey on …

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Larkspur Left Bank gets extension from parklet removal

The Left Bank Brewery in Larkspur will have until September 15 to withdraw its outdoor catering park, but it will no longer be able to serve guests there, under a newly approved rule. The bylaw prohibits Left Bank and any other restaurant from operating a parklet on any street other …

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Why This New San Jacinto College Building Is Getting A Lot Of Attention

Slated to welcome its first students when classes begin Aug. 22, a building at San Jacinto College’s Central Campus in Pasadena stands out from all others on campus — and in the area. The Anderson-Ball Classroom Building is the first completed structure in the Houston area built with a type …

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Clear Channel Outdoor (CCO) is expected to release quarterly results on Tuesday

Clear Channel Outdoor (NYSE:CCO – Get Rating) will release its earnings data ahead of market open on Tuesday, August 9. Analysts expect Clear Channel Outdoor to post earnings of ($0.03) per share for the quarter. Clear Channel Outdoor has set its guidance for the second quarter of 2022 to EPS. …

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County supervisors issue militant appeal against Hacienda Heights condos, Solis abstains – Streetsblog Los Angeles

The LA County Board of Supervisors has rejected an appeal by Hacienda Heights activists to subject an 85-unit condominium project to an environmental impact report. Everyone voted “Yes” except Supervisor Hilda Solis who abstained (Hacienda Heights is in her district). The Glenelder residential development is one of two former Hacienda …

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Critical review: iHeartMedia (NASDAQ: IHRT) and iHeartMedia (OTCMKTS: IHRTQ)

iHeartMedia (OTCMKTS:IHRTQ – Get Rating) and iHeartMedia (NASDAQ:IHRT – Get Rating) are both small-cap consumer discretionary companies, but which is the best investment? We’ll compare the two companies based on valuation strength, profitability, institutional ownership, earnings, risk, dividends, and analyst recommendations. Risk and Volatility iHeartMedia has a beta of 0.82, …

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Clear Channel Outdoor (NYSE:CCO) shares a spread up to $1.35

Shares of Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:CCO – Get Rating) widened ahead of Friday’s trading. The stock had previously closed at $1.35, but opened at $1.39. Shares of Clear Channel Outdoor last traded at $1.34, with volume of 652 shares changing hands. Changes to analyst ratings Several research companies …

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Heritage Square Outdoor Movie Night Return – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know “Double Indemnity” at the Heritage Square Museum Saturday July 23; 7 p.m. doors, as the film begins at dusk $10 general public; free for members Double crossing, conspiracy or intrigue? All of these activities require a lot of energy and commitment, or so the movies …

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As fire season begins, new rules protecting Oregon workers from heat and smoke are in question

With temperatures rising and fire season officially declared, advocates are visiting Oregon farms and job sites, educating workers on the state’s new rules to protect them from extreme heat and smoke from the fires of forest. Oregon’s 86,000 farm workers face the highest risks from heat and smoke in the …

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Phoenix’s Park selected as location for Super Bowl LVII outdoor festival

The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee has chosen Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix as the host site for an unforgettable fan experience the week before Super Bowl LVII. The City of …

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Direct Investigation: iHeartMedia (NASDAQ: IHRT) vs. iHeartMedia (OTCMKTS: IHRTQ)

iHeartMedia (NASDAQ:IHRT – Get Rating) and iHeartMedia (OTCMKTS:IHRTQ – Get Rating) are both small-cap consumer discretionary companies, but which is the better stock? We’ll compare the two companies based on their risk strength, valuation, analyst recommendations, profitability, earnings, dividends and institutional ownership. Institutional and insider ownership 80.2% of iHeartMedia’s shares …

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Phil Lesh and friends will headline one day July 22 Lake Tahoe Fest

Phil Lesh & Friends will deliver a headlining performance of what promises to be a dandy for a day on Friday, July 22 Bluegrass Festival and Beyond to famous Lake Tahoe, which straddles the borders of California and Nevada. General admission festival attendees will be serenaded by 10 free-spirited bands …

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Austin Pergola – Design and Installation: Providing Austin Residents with Custom Pergolas at Affordable Prices

Austin, TX- Austin Pergola – Design and Installation, a local company, has been providing quality pergolas at reasonable prices to area residents since 2010. The company offers various services such as design, installation, replacement and repair for commercial and residential properties. Austin Pergola – Design & Installation pergolas are available …

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Playing this week: Macy’s Fireworks and “America Outdoors With Baratunde Thurston”

Between network, cable and streaming, the modern television landscape is vast. Here are some of the shows, specials, and movies coming to television this week, July 4-10. Details and times are subject to change. Monday MACY’S 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR 8 p.m. on NBC. “Today” presenters Craig Melvin and …

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City Says Goodbye to Pop-Up Park – Morgan Hill Times

The downtown Morgan Hill pop-up park, which has been delighting local children for seven years with giant foam building blocks, chalkboard-covered walls, climbing structures and other interactive elements, has been dismantled to make way for a new mixed-use development. But the Pop-Up Park at Second Street and Monterey Road, which …

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HS2 reduces carbon as Balfour prepares a giant compound

Although global deliveries have been disrupted by nationwide railway strikes, the £100bn High Speed ​​2 project has continued over the past week. The West Midlands in particular have seen a number of developments. The Warwickshire enclosure is preparing Balfour Beatty Vinci is preparing its huge Kingsbury complex in northeast Birmingham …

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Nine workplace design considerations to elevate your business

To prioritize Why we unite will elevate our work and help our organizations thrive. The workplace is designed to foster company culture, reinforce values ​​and identity, support engagement and facilitate collaboration. Over the past few years, our world has adapted to learn how to manage business operations virtually, but the …

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Global Outdoor Fountains Market Regional Forecast 2022-2029 Vertex, Suzhou Gold Ocean, Otterbine – Instant Interview

The recently published report on the world situation outdoor fountain market 2022 to 2029 provides a comprehensive assessment of the respective industry which contains several aspects of product specifications, Outdoor Fountains industry segmentation supported by numerous characteristics, and competitor landscape analysis. The new research document assesses desired prospects and current …

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3 crucial facts to understand the history of Juneteenth

Last year, with the stroke of a pen, President Joe Biden signed into law the Juneteenth law as a national holiday. Some Americans were hearing the Juneteenth story for the first time. Others knew a very limited version of what happened in Galveston on June 19, 1865 – only that …

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The horrors and confusion as the city’s restaurateurs wait for a concrete outdoor dining plan

When the pandemic hit the city in March 2020, Frangos Peri Peri had been open in a narrow East Village storefront for just a few months. More than two years later, the Portuguese chicken restaurant on Avenue B has managed to survive, but its orange wooden outdoor shed on the …

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Economic development and outdoor recreation two land purchase concerns | News, Sports, Jobs

KEWEENAW COUNTY – As part of the planning process for the proposed purchase of more than 32,000 acres in eastern Keweenaw County, John Molinaro, consultant for The Nature Conservancy in Michigan and the Department of Natural Resources, met with the Keweenaw ATV Club in April. A …

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Campgrounds accepting reservations near Holland State Park

HOLLAND – Holland is home to a plethora of hotels, but lovers of the great outdoors will be happy to know that the lakeside is also home to a series of campgrounds. Whether you prefer cabins, tents, or RVs, the greater Holland area has options — and many of them …

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What you need to know if you are going

One of Columbus’ most beloved outdoor festivals is revived and ready to go after its enforced two-year hiatus. The Columbus Arts Festival kicks off at 11 a.m. Friday and runs until 5 p.m. Sunday. “We’re excited to be back — and I think people are excited to see us again,” …

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Council plan: ‘vibrant’ CBD back on the agenda, new library no longer visible

Bush cooking workshop at Desert Park promoting links between young people and traditional know-how. Photo of draft plan, courtesy of City Council. By ERWIN CHLANDA Mayor Matt Paterson wants the CBD to become “a vibrant, bustling place” led by a council “committed to being vibrant and active,” as CEO Robert …

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Fountain, Manitou, El Paso County is downgrading to Tier 1 fire restrictions

COLORADO SPRINGS – With recent weather activity providing much needed humidity, the City of Fountain, Manitou Springs and El Paso County have all moved from phase two to phase one of fire restrictions effective as of June 3. Burning restrictions in effect for Colorado Springs on Friday El Paso County …

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Calfire Suspends Burn Permits in Tehama, Glenn Counties | Corning Observer

While wildfires are a natural part of the California landscape, fire season in California and throughout the West starts earlier and ends later each year. Warmer spring and summer temperatures, reduced snowpack, and earlier spring snowmelt create longer and more intense dry seasons that increase water stress on vegetation and …

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A free brilliant arts festival kicks off in Prahran this Friday

Winter arts festival Glow returns to Prahran this Friday, presenting a series of illuminating exhibitions from June 3-19. A series of newly commissioned exterior illuminations inspired by the festival theme of ‘Metamorphosis‘, will brighten up two venues – Prahran Square and Central Park Gardens – for the Glow Winter Arts …

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Rules for outdoor dining spaces are about to get stricter in the city of San Diego – NBC 7 San Diego

Swami’s Cafe has been a staple in the North Park neighborhood for over a decade. “We saw babies growing in front of our faces,” said Jorge Sandoval, an employee of Swami. But like most businesses, the family restaurant has struggled to stay open during the pandemic. “It really touched us,” …

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Columbia Pacific Advisors grants $115 million in loans to Dynamic Star for three New York developments

Columbia Pacific Advisors Bridge Lending, a platform within Columbia Pacific Advisors, announced that it has provided three loans to Dynamic Star, a New York metropolitan real estate developer, for three properties in New York. Totaling $115 million, the three financing structures are designed by CPA to provide the Dynamic Star …

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Updated Reports on Visual Positioning System Market Size, Growth, Revenue, Regional Analysis – 2028

The Global”Vision Positioning System Market“The report provides insight into the global industry, including valuable facts and figures. This research study explores the global market in detail such as industry chain structures, raw material suppliers, and manufacturing. The visual positioning system sales market examines the major segments of the market scale. …

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Oak Grove Schoolyard Comes Alive | Local News

BRATTLEBORO — Natural elements complement Oak Grove School’s “living schoolyard” play structures. “It was fun to watch the playground evolve and see what fascinates and interests kids because it changes all the time,” said director Mary Kaufmann. “And you know, some days those raspberry bushes are really popular, closer to …

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Bowler apartments upgrade includes deal for new homes behind The Roosevelt

An aerial rendering shows the nine townhouses planned along M and 26th Streets next to the former Bowler School which is now seniors’ apartments. (Images courtesy of Daniil Kleyman) An ongoing renovation for a former school-turned-apartments in the Church Hill neighborhood could make room for new homes behind The Roosevelt …

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Cool Converted Barn in Wisconsin is the most popular house this week

It’s not exactly a barndominium, but this week’s hottest home on Realtor.com® is certainly close. In fact, it was close enough to one of these coveted structures to generate serious interest among home buyers. The 4,000-square-foot house (converted from a wooden barn) in Wisconsin has worked its way to the …

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Business Development, Size, Share and Opportunities 2026 – SMU Daily Mustang

The outdoor living structures market is expected to register significant market expansion over the forecast period owing to the growing popularity in recent years. Prominently, the report assesses the market with advanced research methodologies. the outdoor living structures market research report describes the most recent thoughts on the market. The …

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Belleville’s SilverLake has plenty of green space – by design

When SilverLake Apartments opened in Belleville last March, the 232-unit community was already 87% rented, according to its developer, Baltimore-based Klein Enterprises. Located less than 15 miles from New York City — and adjacent to the Silver Lake Light Rail Station — the property at 165 Belmont Ave. in Bellville …

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San Jose Celebrates Alum Rock Park’s 150th Anniversary

It’s amazing to think that in Alum Rock Park’s progress towards its 150th anniversary – celebrated with a large public event on May 14 – the oldest municipal park in the state has managed to retain much of its natural beauty. Today’s 720 acres of open space are a far …

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Philadelphia is one step closer to relaxed regulation of “streeteries”

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – Philadelphia could pass new regulations for outdoor dining just in time for summer. “Streeteries” have grown in popularity during the pandemic. Hundreds of permits have been issued by the city to allow businesses to pivot. But in March, Philadelphia businesses spoke out on new regulations. Many said …

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Pontchartrain beach could come under new management this year | Environment

The Pontchartrain Beach property, a mile-long sandy beach near the Seabrook Bridge that has been closed for decades but remains popular with some New Orleans residents, may officially reopen under a new manager. The Lakefront Management Authority, which currently controls the property, agreed in March to seek bids from organizations …

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Best aperitif bars in New York

Pictured: Ryan Duffin; Accessories styling: Liz Mydlowski When Milanese Edoardo Mantelli was planning his new restaurant Fort Greene, Saraghina Caffè (195 Dekalb Ave.), aperitivo — that quintessentially Italian form of socializing over low-alcohol cocktails and snacks, before or sometimes in place of dinner — was meant to be a big …

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Outdoor dining in Boulder will continue after the coronavirus pandemic

When pandemic-related emergency orders end, the expanded outdoor dining options in Boulder will remain. A majority of Boulder City Council supported the establishment of a more formal, citywide outdoor dining pilot program that will run for five years, beginning once emergency orders are completed. This is tentatively set for August …

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Lamar Advertising: Inflation Hedge and Low Competition (NASDAQ: LAMR)

CHUYN/iStock via Getty Images Advertisement Lamar (NASDAQ: LAMR) is a silent and almost unsuspecting outperformer who benefits from inflation and several industry-related secular trends. Lamar Advertising is one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in the United States. Lamar operates three segments: Advertisement signage : Leased advertising displays located near …

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Woodtock City Council reviews proposed district to protect aquifers – Daily Freeman

WOODSTOCK, NY – City Council is considering a Water District Wellhead Protection District project to protect aquifers along State Route 212 between Bearsville and the Comeau property. Councilor Laura Ricci said on Tuesday the bylaws would be part of council’s May 10 agenda before seeking approval from the Ulster County …

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Estevan’s New Garden Takes Another Step Forward

ESTEVAN – Estevan City Council has given the go-ahead for the Estevan Patch Garden. The board discussed the project at its April 11 meeting, with Chris and Bethany Paul – the two people who conceived of the concept – appearing before the board to answer questions from board members. The …

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Fairfield-Suisun board approves nearly $2.3 million in school project bids

FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield-Suisun School District Board last week accepted bids totaling more than $2.29 million for a variety of campus improvement projects. This included a $1.1 million bid awarded to JPB Designs Inc. of Sacramento to install shade structures at the H. Glenn Richardson Educational Complex, Matt Garcia Career …

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The Guardian’s view on nature tourism: be careful | Editorial

JThe Greek historian Herodotus is said to have compiled one of the first lists of the Seven Wonders of the World. These were man-made structures, including the still mysterious feat of ancient horticulture known as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. More recent times have seen natural alternatives to these marvels …

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Harwich fire department: mirrors in outdoor showers can be dangerous

HARWICH, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) – Even in the wettest places, officials said a fire can start under the right circumstances, or in this case, the right angle. On Sunday, the Harwich Fire Department posted a notice on Facebook warning residents that mirrors in outdoor showers can pose a fire hazard …

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Flagship store AVENUE & SON / Various associates

Flagship store AVENUE & SON / Various associates © SFAP + 29 To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/979472/avenue-and-son-flagship-store-various-associates © SFAP From street to avenue. AVENUE & SON is a skateboard brand co-founded by four professional skaters in Shanghai in 2014. The concept of the brand …

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Rainwater harvesting architecture on display in a Mexican home

Rainwater Harvesting Architecture Leads This Mexican Home The Rain Harvest Home by Javier Sanchez of JSa architects and Robert Hutchison of Robert Hutchison Architecture in Mexico combines style and sustainability About two hours west of Mexico City, in the Temascaltepec area, a recently completed home for an architect and his …

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Aim High and Deep: Meet Eagle Scout Duane Pfeiffer

Eagle Scout Duane Pfeiffer and his father, Nathan Smith, together installed a commemorative plaque last week, putting the finishing touches on one of two Gaga ball diamonds that visitors to La Vernia City Park will enjoy. If you’ve been to La Vernia City Park recently, you might have noticed two …

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Educator commemorated with $500,000 donation to Gloucester Stage | News

When chief executive Chris Griffith announced that the not-for-profit Gloucester Stage Company had received $500,000 to establish the Robert Natti Fund, he made no secret of what the windfall would mean for Cape Ann’s ‘cultural gem’, 40 years old. “I’m honored by this gift, it’s such a vote of confidence,” …

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SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT: Grand View Unveils New Structures and Programs | News

Grand View School administrators recently unveiled a few new structures on campus, including a clubhouse and LED sign. The school obtained a health incentive grant from the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust, designed to provide money to schools to promote healthy policies. After consulting with the Grand View trustees, Superintendent Ed …

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Development Update 2022: Africa

The striking blue waters of the Mediterranean, Ionian and Aegean seas have long attracted visitors to Greece. Luxury hotels, in particular, have established a presence here. Consider the intimate Radisson Blu Zaffron Resort Santorini Athens-based architects Arc-Set, who chose design elements that matched Santorini’s natural beauty, including a lobby outfitted …

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New Student and Education Housing Buildings, Two Parking Structures, and Major Demolition Ahead: A Snapshot of Cal Poly Humboldt’s Five-Year Infrastructure Plan | Lost Coast Outpost

A map of construction and demolition projects proposed by CPH. | HPC If HSU was known as the “hills, stairs and umbrellas” campus, Cal Poly Humboldt could soon be dubbed the university of construction, parking and housing. In August, the University released a prospectus outlining its plans to spend the …

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LSU Named Amazon Partner, Computer Science Professor Improves Smartphone Security | Economic news

Ameco opens a store in Prairieville Ameco, a construction and maintenance services company, opened an operations center in Prairieville. Location at 15089 Airline Highway will support capital construction, operations and maintenance, shutdown and restoration, and disaster relief efforts for engineering, procurement and construction contractors . Ameco said it is currently …

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Melting glaciers reveal ancient spiers and hunting blinds

With crampons strapped to their feet and ice axes in hand, a team of glacier archaeologists slowly excavated melting glaciers in Norway’s Innlandet county. The project began in 2006, when “the first big melt hit our mountains”, explains the Secrets of the Ice team. Curious to find out what might …

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Outdoor weddings in the UK are made permanent legal thanks to ‘overwhelming support’ from the public

Outdoor weddings are made permanently legal thanks to ‘overwhelming support’ from the public and religious groups after rules were relaxed during the pandemic The Justice Department said there was ‘overwhelming support’ from the public Reforms of religious ceremonies are supported and will follow at a later date Weddings had to …

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The Beach House Cafe in Old Greenwich wants more outdoor seating – and is willing to give up indoor seating for it

GREENWICH – A popular and prominent restaurant in Old Greenwich is due for refurbishment and more outdoor seating, following an industry trend. Like many restaurants struggling with the coronavirus pandemic, the Beach House Cafe is looking to add outdoor space to its operation. A proposal recently submitted to the city’s …

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