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Fundraising Campaign announced for funeral of deceased rapper ‘MC Supreme’

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Popular rapper "MC Supreme" passed away on June 13th in a tragic car accident, leaving behind a hurting family, including a 19 year old daughter. Wilshire Law Firm, the family's legal representation in the wrongful death case of Dewayne Lawrence Coleman, otherwise known as "MC Supreme", is encouraging fans to join them in contributing toward the cost of the funeral. Wilshire Law Firm is contributing to the costs of MC Supreme's funeral expenses, which the personal injury firm regularly does to assist grieving family members of wrongful death... Read More »

NationaLease announces 4-time Top Tech Winner of the 5th Annual Tech Challenge

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For an impressive fourth year in a row, Bob Mrzyglod, a diesel technician with Aim NationaLease, Girard, OH, was named Top Tech at NationaLease's 5th Annual Tech Challenge, a national competition of technicians representing the organization's full service truck leasing companies from the U.S. and Canada. The competition for the title began a day before the organization's annual Maintenance Managers Meeting, which took place May 13-15 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Mrzyglod's award was presented after a day-long competition among the nine regional w... Read More »

Elves, dwarves and humans alike will be flocking to see Fantasy Writer E.A. Channon at Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento

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SACRAMENTO - When the doors open at Wizard World in Sacramento, fans will flock to get one-on-one Q&A time, autographs or even a selfie with fantasy writer E.A. Channon. Known for his detailed story lines combining elves, dwarves and humans, E.A. Channon has built up a large fan following for his Flesh of the Blood book. Soon to be a series, the Scottish bagpiper-turned-author will be attending the hugely popular Wizard World Comic Con June 19th through June 21st, 2015. WHAT: E.A. Channon featured at Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento ... Read More »

Iconic Houses: Work in Progress: Van Wassenhove House

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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, 1972 Designed by Juliaan Lampens Photos: Rik Vannevel History and architectural value of Van Wassenhove House One of the crucial houses designed by Belgian architect Juliaan Lampens in 1972 (completed in 1974). It was built for Albert Van Wassenhove, a teacher and a bachelor with a highly developed interest in art and culture. This house of cast concrete, wood and glass, is situated in a middle-class residential area, near the city of Ghent. Conceived as a home for one person, it is the archetype of the grot... Read More »

Palm Harbor Restaurant plans fundraiser to help mother of disabled twin girls

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The restaurant, located at 36355 E. Lake Road South in Palm Harbor, will host its second-annual community fundraiser and BBQ festival on July 3, 2015 to raise money for Catherine Caceres, a single mother of three, including twin 10-year-old girls, both with severe disabilities. Caceres works in Palm Harbor at the North Pinellas Branch of the YMCA. One daughter, Caitlyn, suffers from an auditory processing disorder, a learning disability that means she can't focus when there is background noise present. She must wear a special headset in scho... Read More »

“Made in America” is more than a slogan for G3 Carbon Florida Custom Cosmetic Manufacturer keeps Work In-House and in the USA

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Fort Lauderdale, FL - Alan Eosso is a patriot, and a military veteran, but his core business beliefs extend beyond the battlefield to the grease-covered tenacity of hard-working Americans who watched the United States nearly crippled by a down economy. Eosso's company, G3 Carbon, doesn't mince words on its website. His products are "American Made" and his company is "Family Owned," and he cherishes the men and women who respect the value of what both of those statements still mean. "We only buy materials from Mom and Pop local suppliers,"... Read More »

2015 Retail Women of the Year Awards: Three prizewinners at Carrefour France!

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Christina Durand, winner in the “Woman Manager" Category Having joined Carrefour in 2004, she is now manager of the Carrefour Contact training school in Toulouse Blagnac (Haute-Garonne). She was awarded the prize in recognition of her efforts in training young people at the Albi and Bordeaux Chambers of Commerce and Industry, as well as future franchisees. Soëd Toumi, winner in the “Woman Store Manager” Category. Soëd Toumi joined Carrefour as a cashier in 1991 when she was a student. She was quickly promoted to section manager and th... Read More »

Lisa Stewart Designs, The Tech Bag Specialists, offers new custom, bespoke leather laptop bags, handcrafted in the USA

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Lisa Stewart Designs today announced the introduction of a new line of custom leather tech and laptop bags for the busy executive on the go. Developed out of their successful line of leather tech bags that have sold around the globe, Lisa Stewart's new custom, bespoke design services are intended to help the business traveler who needs to carry all of their tech and critical items in one bag, stylishly and conveniently. In offering these services, Lisa Stewart Designs is dedicated to working closely with individual customers to design and devel... Read More »

CBS: Girls perform better in education, boys more often self-supporting

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Nearly 89 thousand underage people in youth care On 1 January 2014, the population in the Netherlands included 2.5 million boys and 2.4 million girls under the age of 25. Nearly 89 thousand underage people (less than 3 percent) received one or more different types of youth care in 2013, because they faced problems in their teens and showed behavioural problems. Boys also more often participate in youth rehabilitation programmes than girls. Girls outperform boys in secondary and higher education More boys than girls require support in e... Read More »

GFK: 1 in 10 completely satisfied with their looks

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Over half of people internationally are fairly satisfied or completely satisfied with their personal looks Teenagers only slightly more likely to be dissatisfied than older age groups Japanese are the most self-critical, with over 1 in 10 “not at all satisfied’ Across all 22 countries surveyed, over half (55 percent) of consumers aged 15 and over say they are satisfied with their looks, which includes over one in ten (12 percent) who go as far as saying that they are completely satisfied. In contrast, only 16 percent claim any dissatisfa... Read More »

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