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German va-Q-Tec stays cool as demand for Covid vaccines rises

Keeping Covid-19 vaccines cold for transport around the world has proven to be a technological challenge during the pandemic. But a small German company thinks it has found the best solution. Joachim Kuhn, chief executive of va-Q-Tec, says his super-insulated containers have been used to transport between a quarter and …

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How to celebrate the holidays in Ashland

ASHLAND, Oregon – The towns of Rogue Valley are all planning something special this year, but Ashland is getting ahead of the game. “The lights will come on earlier this year,” said Katharine Cato, Travel Ashland. She said downtown Ashland lights up around November 18, rather than waiting until the …

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Here are some things to do in Manhattan from November 4 to 12

Subscribe to our Policy NewsletterNY for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Thursday, November 4 scriptART: The Volume One Collection– The multimedia collection takes scripts from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ted Lasso, The Shape of Water, Get Out, …

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Canadian snowbirds head south as US land borders reopen

PHOENIX – Canadians Ian and Heather Stewart are relishing the idea of ​​leaving this winter’s sub-zero temperatures behind when the United States reopens its borders to non-essential land travel next week and they launch a long-delayed commute to their home seasonal in Fort Myers, Florida. Restrictions imposed by the two …

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The movies we can’t wait to release from the Banff Virtual Festival

“],” renderIntial “: true,” wordCount “: 350}”> We may have recently arrived at an ideal viewing situation for film festivals. After hosting virtual screenings during the pandemic, many festivals are returning with hybrid programs that give audiences the option to choose between getting the full experience in person or saving …

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“Just a fun place to be”: the holiday skating rink will open its doors on Saturday in downtown Coeur d’Alene

The ephemeral Coeur d’Alene on Ice rink shines, waiting for skaters eager to skate on the ice during the grand opening on Saturday. After years of operating pop-up ice rinks in California, Jerome and Andrea Murray moved to Coeur d’Alene last year. They saw how little use of downtown McEuen …

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EDITORIAL: Some Thoughts on Community Development, Part Four

Read the first part In my experience, eating just one ice cream cone can be very satisfying. Eating half a gallon of ice cream in one sitting can also be satisfying, but in a different way. When I moved to Pagosa three decades ago, I was hoping the community would …

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St. Pete Pier to transform for the very first winter beach

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – St. Pete’s Pier will transform into a “winter wonderland by the water” for the first-ever winter beach celebration this holiday season. The event, which features an outdoor skating rink, festive food and a holiday market, will begin at 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 20. According to …

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Metroparks’ Winter RiverFest returns to Rivergate Park and Merwin’s Wharf

The Cleveland Metroparks‘ Winter RiverFest will transform Rivergate Park and Merwin’s wharf in a winter wonderland for the holiday season starting Friday November 26th. In addition to a festive backdrop for the holiday season, this year’s Winter RiverFest will also include an ice rink, appearances of Santa Claus. a beer …

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The crazy story of the Porsche 356 that toured the world

Safe to say this is not your normal Porsche 356. It’s not Photoshop madness either. Or a replica of a tin can. This is a real Porsche 356 A from 1956. Why is she dressed like a bachelor party with Sir Killalot? Because it’s going to a special place. Somewhere …

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