Launch 27 is the 166km day boat that makes you feel like a millionaire

Chris Craft (CC), a company which is now part of the Winnebago Industries group, appears to be able to offer luxury day boats at about the same price as a motorhome. However, this watercraft builder dates back well beyond the days of Winnebago. It’s 1874 and Chris Smith & Sons …

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Low wages are the main reason many workers quit restaurant jobs: NPR

Lamar Cornett has worked in the restaurant business for over 20 years. During the pandemic, he began to think about giving up this career. Courtesy of Lamar Cornett hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of Lamar Cornett Lamar Cornett has worked in the restaurant business for over 20 years. During the …

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Tarmac employees enjoy a day of volunteering with Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Colleagues from Tarmac and Cheshire Wildlife Trust participating in the day Proposed by Emma Smith Tarmac’s Crown Farm Quarry was the site of a day of volunteering, recently enjoyed by colleagues on the Tarmac Northwest Region management team with the Cheshire Wildlife Trust. Tarmac is working in partnership with the …

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Smart Mirror talks to 3D printers

Over time, it becomes easier and easier to make a magic mirror. You know, an internet-connected mirror that displays information like news, weather, or whatever, right above your beautiful face. In [Forsyth Creations]”This data includes 3D printer activity on the network – something that is far more relevant to everyday …

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Discover Presque Isle Festival Invites Visitors to Explore and Celebrate State Park

Sand sculpture. The bonfire on the beach. Pancakes. Peach. Hovering kites. Discover Presque Isle, a festival celebrating the state park, is back from its pandemic-induced hiatus. While there are some differences this year in the wake of the coronavirus, many popular activities are back and will continue throughout the weekend. …

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Artist Brings Sculptures Into New York City Daily Life

The paintings belong to the wall, and the sculptures belong to the pedestals, don’t they? Maybe not, according to Adam Milner, whose current exhibition Public sculptures is based on spontaneous encounters with art – not in a museum or gallery, but in the spaces we least expect: those we frequent …

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What you need to organize kitchen drawers

Make your kitchen drawers cleaner Finding what you need in your kitchen drawers can be a nightmare. Messy drawers can turn a simple kitchen task into a stressful one, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right items for organizing kitchen drawers, everything you need will be easily accessible. …

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Larry E. Ray | Union County Daily Digital

Through Nikki | at July 19, 2021 Larry E. Ray, 75, of Marysville, passed away peacefully on Wednesday July 14, 2021 at his residence following a brief illness. A member of the Bible Baptist Church, he was also a member of the Road Riders for Jesus where he was president …

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5 things to do near Lake Conroe

Lake Conroe | Courtesy of Conroe CVB In our Must do things around Greater Houston series, we take a look at Houston’s vast array of communities, neighborhoods, and destinations to give you five fun, tasty, surprising, and alluring reasons you should give everyone a visit. Just about 50 miles from …

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Radcliffe-based Harty’s Wooden Things has a pop-up store at John Lewis

A BRAND IN EVIDENCE Radcliffe is about to participate in a new initiative in partnership with the Great British Exchange and John Lewis. Harty’s Wooden Things, a small company founded during the pandemic, will participate in the Great British Pop-up, an opportunity for emerging brands to showcase the best of …

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