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May 2022

Bring the ballet to Mt Laurel

Stephanie Rangel opened the doors to her new dance studio, Mt Laurel Ballet, on April 30. After Rangel and her family moved to Mt Laurel, she soon realized there was no ballet program in the area, so she decided to open her own. “I…

Obituary: Dr. Keith Emery Cook

Dr. Keith Emery Cook GORHAM - Dr. Keith Emery Cook, 82, of Gorham passed away peacefully with his family present on May 12, 2022. He was born in 1939 in Waterville of Carleton and Winona (Odlin) Cook of Fairfield. Keith grew up in…

12 things you can buy with bitcoin

In our day-to-day lives, most of us use traditional currencies to pay for products and services, whether by card, cash, or even over the phone. But now you can pay for a wide variety of things using Bitcoin, the world's first and most…

Morning jolt | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo submitted Allison Lensing puts whipped cream in a drink at the Cat Cafe inside Humboldt High School. Editor's note: This is the last part of a two-part series.HUMBOLDT — DeDe Merris has found a way for her students to connect with…

Vale Bob Barnard – Specials

Australian jazz icon Bob Barnard has died aged 88. Alongside his brother Len, the trumpeter and cornetist played a key role in establishing the Australian jazz scene in the 1950s.The family has always played a key role in Bob Barnardit is…

three – The Brooklyn Rail

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