Month: April 2022

Animal Crossing Villagers We Don’t Want To See In The Next Game

Heading into its third year since launch, Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans are wondering when another Animal Crossing game might release. When Nintendo announced in Fall 2021 that there will be no more free major updates or paid DLC, it seemed to signify that Nintendo was essentially done producing content for New Horizons other than bug fixes and some …

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Hot Wheels movie advertisement; JJ Abrams is producing a live action movie

The live-action Hot Wheels movie is officially in the plans at Warner Brothers. JJ Abrams was hired to produce the film. No word yet on a release date. Hollywood is making a movie about Hot Wales. Yes, toy cars. All we know is that producer J.J. Abrams is leading the money for a live-action Warner …

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McFarland considers turning the library into a police station | News

City leaders rallied around a proposal to acquire the Clara M. Jackson branch and turn it into a renovated headquarters for the police department. The city council, the local area manager, and the McFarland Park Recreational District have all written letters to the county recently. “Even with a quick review of the police department’s facility, …

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Fortress New Zealand is finally open – and it’s not cheap to travel

FifthVisiting New Zealand feels like stepping through a time portal at the best of times. But this impression has taken on an entirely different meaning in the age of Covid. It has been closed for the better part of two years, as part of Fortress New Zealand’s strict Covid eradication strategy. Kiwi expats like me …

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rights of landowners and trench companies; The profile is secure; Post COVID-19 data daily; urgent message on climate; Hire another good editor

Bob Polley: Equity: Landowners, Backward Companies and Equity Regarding “Big and Powerful Trench Companies,” PRINTING APRIL 23: Carrie Dalton says she has no control over the trench that crosses her property. She bought her property nine years ago. Boulder County trenches were formed between 1859 and 1872. Thus, the trench was formed by her estate …

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Nature-based solutions, and how countries like Singapore and the Netherlands are using them to fight floods

Caroline Sullivan has a personal and professional relationship with the recent devastating floods in eastern Australia. She recently headed a center for flood research at Southern Cross University in Lismore, and has a home up the hill from downtown. The flood did not reach Dr. Sullivan’s home, but she could still see the pain it …

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City Council issues ordinance to lift eviction moratorium – Pasadena Now

The city council will conduct the first reading of an ordinance that would end the moratorium on commercial and residential evictions of the city more than two years ago due to the COVID-19 outbreak. According to a city task force report, this ordinance sets the sun to halt the city’s current eviction of residential and …

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