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Green Diesel – After Comes the Dark (2021)

Based around Faversham, Kent, English folk band Green Diesel features Ellen Care (lead vocals/violin), Matt Dear (lead guitar/vocals), Paul Dadswell (drums/vocals), Ben Holliday (bass) and Greg Ireland (guitar, bouzouki, dulcimer, mandolin, keyboards, percussion, vocals). After Comes the Dark is their fourth album, their first as a quintet and making frequent use of 12-string guitar, combines both original and traditional material. Their punchy, electric approach is often evocative of early Steeleye Span and veined with prog-rock and influences drawn from early Genesis and the ’70s psych-folk Canterbury scene with acts like Caravan and Kevin Ayres.
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B.C.’s crisis management record this summer has been abysmal

The B.C. government this week declared a provincial emergency in response to wildfires spiraling out of control across the province. After weeks of insisting that such a declaration was not necessary – that those battling the fires had all the support they needed. The almost face was shocking, but perhaps not surprising: The New Democratic Party government’s handling of the twin crises this summer has not been good. In fact, it’s been terrible.
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Nashville Adventure Science Center - Science Goes to the Movies Camp starts on July 26 – 30

NASHVILLE, TN — Join in with the youngsters and kids with big curiosity in the world of science on series of Nashville's Adventure Science Center: Science Goes to the Movies Camp, which starts on July 26 – 30. Participants will be introduced to how science works behind the process of movie productions, from sound effects to tricky camera angles in franchises like Jurassic Park, Star Wars, and more. Engage with other participants in active learning and collaborative science projects to put the science into practice. The camp is open for kindergartens to 6th graders.
Beauty & Fashionbestgamingpro.com

Top 10 Best Eileen West Chemises 2021

Intricate detailing contains venice lace over pintucks. 36″ lengthy from shoulders; measured from dimension m. 2. Eileen West Wildflower Scroll Knit Chemise, L, Multi Scroll. Intricate detailing contains venice lace over pintucks. 36″ lengthy from shoulders; measured from dimension m. Candy desires on this light-weight chemise. Useful pearl oyster button...

Volvo Cars reports record six-month performance in H1 2021

Operating income increased to MSEK 13,238 (-989) EBIT margin of 9.4% (–0.9%). Basic earnings per share of SEK 163.63 (-35.99) Retail sales up 41.0%, resulting in approximately 775,000 cars sold for the last 12 months. Electrified ‘Recharge’ line-up accounted for 25% of total sales. Volvo Cars today reported the best...
Health ServicesManaged Healthcare Executive

Summit Health's Ashish D. Parikh and Jamie Reedy Talk Value-based Care and What it Takes to Invest in These Programs

Briana Contreras, associate editor of Managed Healthcare Executive, spoke with Summit Health’s Chief Quality Officer Ashish D. Parikh, MD, and Chief of Population Health Jamie Reedy, MD, in this episode of Tuning In to the C-Suite. In the conversation, the three discussed value-based care programs and contracts within Summit Health and what it takes to invest and implement these programs into your healthcare organization.
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David Totaro of BAYADA Home Health Care: “We must remove partisanship from healthcare”

We must remove partisanship from healthcare: Home care is a win-win for everyone, and should not be seen as a Republican- or Democrat-backed venture. 90% of Americans prefer to age at home, and it saves government money by keeping people out of costlier institutions. Regardless of party affiliation, we will all continue to get older, and most of us will need to continue to receive healthcare. Home care is something that we can all get behind.

HITLAB and AARP Innovation Labs Select Care. Coach, Grand Prize Winner of the Social Connection Challenge

HITLAB and AARP Innovation Labs award Care. Coach as the grand prize winner of the 2021 Social Connections Challenge. Care. Coach will have the opportunity to compete in AARP Innovation Labs’ 2021 Grand Pitch Finale and consideration to become a member of AARP’s startup portfolio. SelfHelp Virtual Senior Center (VSC) and Hank won runner-up prizes of $5,000 and $10,0000 HITLAB sponsorships, respectively. In addition, Joylux was awarded the Women’s Health Tech Sponsorship of $10,000. The challenge sought out digital innovations to combat loneliness and social isolation an issue that affects many adults as they age.
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CARE for the Cape & Islands and Cape Anti-Liter Coalition Promote Recycling

CARE for the Cape & Islands and Cape Anti-Litter Coalition will lead summer-long initiative to promote recycling and clean up Cape Cod. Massachusetts Beverage Association is partnering with the organizations and providing support for the ‘Take Care’ campaign. CARE for the Cape & Islands, the Cape Cod Anti-Litter Coalition and...
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What We Know So Far

Volvo has chopped the roof on its electric XC40 Recharge SUV to create the more stylish 2022 C40 Recharge. It shares a lot with the XC40 Recharge, including its all-electric powertrain: two electric motors that provide a whopping 402 horsepower, and standard all-wheel drive. The interior is also similar to the XC40’s, including that model’s clever storage solutions, high-tech Google Android-based infotainment system, and lofty seating height. A large battery pack with 75-kWh of usable energy storage is said to provide an estimated 210-mile driving range per charge. The C40 Recharge will be available for sale in early 2022, at which point it will compete against the likes of the Audi Q4 e-tron, the Mercedes-Benz EQA, and the Tesla Model Y. But don’t expect to see the C40 Recharge at your local Volvo dealership as it will be available exclusively via online ordering.
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Peter the Great’s Beard Tax

Tsar Peter the Great presided over an actual fashion police. His inspectors stalked the streets of St. Petersburg, shaving beards and snipping inches off coats. If you were a bearded man in St. Petersburg, circa 1714, a token like the one above would be your only defense against the overweening power of the state. It served as proof that the bearer had paid his yearly beard tax—a few kopecks for peasants, a hundred rubles or more for nobles or military officials.