Monthly Archives: March 2022

Lyle Lovett announces first album in 10 years and tours (listen to “12th of June”)

Country and folk great Lyle Lovett has announced 12th of June, which is his 12th album and first in 10 years, will be released on May 13th via Verve, his first for the label. Co-produced by Lyle and Chuck Ainlay with his Large Band, it contains a mix of originals …

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It’s time to intervene on payday loans

Sometimes requests to governments seem so perfectly reasonable that it is amazing that they have to be repeated over and over again. In a report last week, ACORN, a nonprofit group serving low- and middle-income Canadians, calls again on the federal government to take action against exorbitant interest rates charged …

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Green River Spring Summit to Plant the Seeds for More Creative Investing in Rural Utah March 30 – April 1, 2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

Danny Baxter Attendee at a previous Spring Summit. GREEN RIVER – The 2022 Spring Summit in Green River, co-hosted by Epicenter (Green River) and Granary Arts (Ephraim), will bring together designers, architects, artists, curators, cultural producers and community organizers to share ideas around the concept of “Home …

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Marcus Robbins remembered for joie de vivre, dedication to the Attleboro community | local news

ATTLEBORO — When Peter Gay caught a glimpse of Marcus Robbins in his cycling shorts, he said it was a sight “he wanted to get out of his head as soon as possible.” And Robbins would have laughed at that. “He was very easygoing and laughed more at the joke …

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City Attorney: Mayor of Two Harbors used position ‘for personal gain or business interest’ – Duluth News Tribune

TWO PORTS — Mayor Chris Swanson has repeatedly used his official position in the city “for personal gain or business interests,” a violation of the city’s communications policy, the prosecutor has found. Swanson also made several city ordinance violations, but evidence presented to the attorney showed no city charter violations. …

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Director of the World Food Program: “The Ukrainian Breadbasket of the World” | local news

FLORENCE – Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Program and former South Carolina Governor David Beasley recently returned to the United States from Ukraine. Beasley was in Florence Monday speaking with the Florence Rotary Club at Victors. Beasley said he has recently been to Ukraine, Poland and Brussels …

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Tacoma Sister Cities Announces Art Winners

Given the talent and thoughtfulness of the entries, Tacoma Sister Cities is very proud of this year’s Young Artists and Authors Showcase (YAAS) competition. So did the participating students. It’s nothing short of amazing how adept these young people are in their chosen medium and how they communicate what’s on …

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Erie community rallies in support of the people of war-torn Ukraine

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly included several references to Ukraine as a region rather than a country. Erie has stocked shipping containers with clothing and food and has helped drive fundraisers near or beyond their goals while local efforts continue in support of those affected by …

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European energy prices, digital money

Amid the protests, Europe limited itself to curbing high energy prices MADRID — European governments are cutting fuel taxes and spending tens of billions to help consumers, truckers, farmers and others cope with soaring energy prices, made worse by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But for some truckers, fishermen and others …

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Pro Wake Surf Shop Celebrates Grand Opening With Ribbon Cutting – InkFreeNews.com

Representatives from Pro Wake, the local Chamber of Commerce and other local businesses attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Pro Wake Surf Shop on Friday 25th March. Front row from left: Renea Salyer, Executive Secretary, Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce; Kristen Davis, Pro Wake contributor; Mark and Patty Richards, owners; …

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Veto of transgender sports ban likely to be overridden in Utah

Lake City. Cox vetoed a ban on transgender students from playing girls’ sports on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, becoming the second Republican governor to overrule state legislatures engaged in a broader culture war against the American perspectives on gender and sexuality against youth sports. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, file)”/> …

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P2P Loans vs. Payday Loans

The cost of living is rising and more of us will likely be looking for consumer finance solutions in the near future. Various options are available to consumer borrowers, from bank overdrafts to credit cards. But for some borrowers, a personal loan may be the best choice. Despite the departure …

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Utah Jazz: Could Salt Lake City’s 2023 All-Star Game be in jeopardy?

A special session of the Utah Legislature is scheduled to be held Friday to override Gov. Spencer Cox’s veto of HB11, a law that would ban transgender girls from participating in sporting events at girls’ schools. If HB11 becomes law, there could be ramifications far beyond the world of high …

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King Princess Announces New LP, North America Tour (NYC on BV Presale: Password Here)

king princess releases her second album, hold babylater this year and she’s touring in support of it, including West Coast dates in July with Dora Jar and fall appointments with St Panther for the rest of North America. Check out all the dates and watch the video for her new …

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Payday Loans: Find Better Alternatives

When you’re faced with an emergency – car repairs, medical bills, or other unexpected expenses – it seems your only choice is a payday loan. It is not. You have other options that are far less expensive and risky than payday loans. We’ve looked across the country and found local …

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Outdoor retailers are returning to Salt Lake City despite some industry resistance

File Photo: Outdoor Retailer SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 23, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has confirmed that the Outdoor Retailer Show is returning to the Salt Palace. The official announcement is set for Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., but Mendenhall couldn’t help but tweet a …

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Workers trade staggering amounts of data for ‘payday loans’

Argyle CEO Shmulik Fishman says the company can coach lenders on factors such as consistency of work and upside. “Does your job title change upwards every six months? These are signs of a good worker and one that might give you another look,” he says. However, reputation markers can reflect …

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3 Airline Stocks With Long Runways

Travel demand is recovering as two years of COVID-19-related mobility restrictions and health concerns ease around the world. This offers a sunny outlook for airlines, an industry hit by the fallout from the pandemic. Leading North American airlines are seeing an increase in booking activity due to factors such as …

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Lake Elsinore residents given last chance for relocation

LAKE ELSINORE, CA – The city of Lake Elsinore will hold a final public hearing Tuesday night to receive input on adjusting the boundaries of the five city council districts. By law, any city with a “county-based” voting system like Lake Elsinore must redraw the city council’s county boundaries every …

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NJDEP – News Release 22/P012

(22/P012) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is awarding 38 grants totaling $1.3 million to encourage stewardship of city and community trees and forests across New Jersey, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. The grants support Gov. Phil Murphy’s environmental justice initiatives in vulnerable neighborhoods, with 75 percent …

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Education on regulation recommended for payday loans in Windsor

City Council suggests education before regulation when it comes to dealing with payday loan providers in Windsor. A report, which will be presented to City Council Monday, is an answer to a question Ward 3 councilman Rino Bortolin asked about potential options for licensing the businesses. A payday loan is …

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Rome Health 5-Star Nursing Home Appoints New Administrator

Charles Lewis Has joined Rome health as the new manager of the hospital’s 5-star nursing home on the third floor. The 80-bed Residential Health Care Facility (RHCF) provides short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, and respite care. “I am humbled and honored to have been selected to join the Rome Health team,” …

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Summit County is helping fund work on Lock 3, Summit Lake

Summit County is providing money to the Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition to fund their projects, including their ongoing efforts to revitalize Summit Lake and Lock 3 in Akron. The district council has approved a $150,000 grant to the coalition. The county said it was “committed to work on the …

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MoneyMutual: The Most Trusted For Payday Loans And Bad Credit Loans?

MoneyMutual is a company that offers payday loans ranging from $200 to $5,000. Once applied, consumers can access 91 lenders, many of whom will give them anywhere from $200 to $5,000 in as little as 24 hours. What is MoneyMutual? Everyone has times when they need money but don’t have …

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King Princess’ For My Friends is an ode to lifelong friendships

King Princess will release a new album entitled hold baby, later this year — and to mark the announcement, the singer has dropped “For My Friends,” an exuberant, hook-loaded pop ballad to appear on the album. The single follows “Little Bother,” a collaboration with Fousheé that was released earlier this …

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Dying the Chicago River green is a tradition on St. Patrick’s Day. how did it start | WUWM 89.7FM

In 1962, Chicago city workers dumped 100 pounds of dye into the river that flows through downtown Chicago. It left the river emerald green for a whole week, establishing an annual tradition. Last weekend, the city celebrated the 60th anniversary of the event. Dyeing the Chicago River has become synonymous …

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Traeger (COOK) is scheduled to release quarterly results on Wednesday

Traeger (NYSE:COOK – Get Rating) will release its quarterly earnings data after the market close on Wednesday, March 23rd. Analysts are expecting the company to report earnings per share of ($0.14) for the quarter. Interested parties can register for the company’s conference call via this link. NYSE:COOK shares opened at …

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Business in Willowick, a mainly residential town, is bearing fruit – News-Herald

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce hosted officials from their communities on March 8 to discuss the State of the Cities. This is one in a series of articles detailing the speeches given. Many of the business plans laid out for Willowick years ago are now …

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The Truth About Payday Loans: Sky-High APRs

When faced with unexpected expenses, a payday loan can be the perfect solution. It’s quick and easy to apply, and you can get the money you need in just a few hours. But before you take out a payday loan, be sure to read the fine print. Payday loans come …

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Obituary: Claudia Boddy

Claudia Boddy died on Friday, March 4, 2022 at her home in Bozeman, Montana. She was a wife, mother, grandmother, costume designer, teacher, Francophile and lover of art, theater and travel. Claudia was a stunner. She was passionate, creative and some might even have said that she was bossy at …

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Tri City Bombers and cartel partners convicted of racketeering | USAO SDTX

HOUSTON — Five men have pleaded guilty and received substantial sentences for their involvement in a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) conspiracy, U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery announced. Ramon De La Cerda, 48, McAllen; Jose Rolando Gonzalez, 43, and Juan Alberto Mendez, 49, both missionaries; Solomon Robles, 35, …

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Spring Break Shootout begins Monday for women’s golf

story links FORT MYERS, FL. – The FGCU women’s golf team returns Monday and Tuesday, March 14 and 15 in the Spring Break Shootout at Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club. The Eagles will co-host the event alongside Western Kentucky with a total of 15 …

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The Topeka exhibit features art by Native American students

The world would be a brighter place if the visions illustrated by these tribal youth could help. The upcoming Native Tomorrows art exhibition features works by Aubrey Bell (Cherokee Nation), Miranda Bradford (Citizen Band Potawatomi), Izabella Holstein (Prairie Band Potawatomi), Iris Cliff (Assiniboine), Noksi (Cherokee Nation), Tala Sterling (Choctaw Nation …

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Global Payday Loan Services Market Estimate 2022-2028 Analysis by Key Players like Wonga, Cash America International, Wage Day Advance, DFC Global Corp, Instant Cash Loans, Speedy Cash etc.

“The latest study, titled ‘Global Payday Loans Service Market 2022 by Key Players, Regions, Type, and Application, Forecast to 2028′, published by Affluence Market Report, provides an analysis of the current and future scenario of the Global Payday Loans Service market market. ” In this report, a comprehensive analysis of …

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Modern West Gallery artists-in-residence will be given the opportunity to create after the pandemic

In a light-filled studio at the Modern West Gallery in Salt Lake City, visual artist Laura Sharp Wilson – 56, with lapis blue eyes, a blonde bob haircut and wearing a collarless T-shirt on a warm March day – works on a new collection of textile-inspired pieces, who examine society’s …

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Filing opens Wednesday for city council, county council and other seats | local news

FLORENCESC – The filing for four Florence City Council seats, five Florence County Council seats and two statewide offices opens Wednesday noon. The seats representing districts 1 (parts of west, north-west and north Florence), 2 (parts of north and east Florence) and 3 (south and west Florence) are up for …

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City of Painesville recognized as National Main Street Community – News-Herald

The Downtown Painesville Organization has received accreditation from Heritage Ohio to recognize the City of Painesville as a national Main Street Community. Heritage Ohio said the DPO has received national accreditation as a result of its consistent efforts to improve the city. The Data Protection Officer is currently looking for …

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The patchwork groups share gender-affirming underwear patterns

Mel Martinez’s father had an unusual (and very unofficial) title in the Air Force: Stitch Bitch. Decades later, that title — bestowed on many men whose chores included sewing — has now become something of a rallying cry for queer seamstresses like Martinez, who put gender affirmation at the heart …

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Press Release | Press Releases | newsroom

03.10.22 Crucial funding from senators will create jobs, help underserved communities, feed the hungry, bridge the digital divide and increase public safety Schumer, Gillibrand: These projects meet the needs of Rochester and Finger Lake and pave the way for a brighter future US Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer and …

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District Board Approves Grant For Accessible Kayak And Canoe Launch At Winona Lake – InkFreeNews.com

From left: Kosciusko County Convention, Recreation and Visitor Commission member Jessica Hartman and KCCRVC President Kathy Ray. InkFreeNews photos by Liz Shepherd. By Liz ShepherdInkFreeNews WARSAW – The Kosciusko County Convention, Recreation & Visitors Commission (KCCRVC) approved a $30,000 grant to install an accessible kayak/canoe launch at Winona Lake Limitless …

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VERB executives answer investor questions on new live stream

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. and SALT LAKE CITY, March 9, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verb Technology Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: VERB) (“VERB” or the “Company”), the leading provider of interactive, video-based sales enablement applications, including Shoppable Livestream, today announced the release of two video interviews with VERB executives directly involved in the …

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How to apply for payday loans

Payday loans are high-rate, short-term loans that borrowers typically use to meet their financial obligations. These small, short-term loans come with high interest rates and high fees. While payday lenders market their products as quick and easy ways to cover financial emergencies, the reality is that many consumers are trapped …

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Erie Community Blood Bank donors are making their contribution to the blood crisis

Bill Ditch jokes he’s doing it for the chocolate. As much as the Millcreek Township resident may enjoy a Swiss Roll or a Cosmic Brownie after donating blood, the real pleasure is in helping others. “When you retire, a lot of people look for volunteering, and that’s my way of …

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25% of American lenders are preparing online for less risky post-pandemic payday loans

Payday lenders, who have experienced severe fallout from the pandemic, are anxiously awaiting the end of most government programs in the United States. Those who follow the industry claim that expensive loans can never be fully repaid. Since 2020, the federal government has increased unemployment benefits, federal stimulus payments, and …

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Leading Off (3/8/22) – D Magazine

gas prices rise. In Dallas, gas mileage has increased by 34 cents per gallon in the last week alone. We’re still below the national average, but we’re still going up. Strip club owners make their case. They argued in federal court yesterday that the city‘s ordinance forcing it to close …

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Lake County News, Calif. — Virtual Tree Mortality and Fire Safety City Hall scheduled for March 10

LAKE COUNTY, California — A virtual town hall will discuss concerns about tree mortality and fire safety efforts in Lake County this week. The event will take place on Thursday, March 10 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. The meeting ID is 955 1024 4148, the passcode is 895673. It can …

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Alice in Chains, Breaking Benjamin announce 2022 tour

Special Guest Bush will be there Legendary American rock bands Alice In Chains and Breaking Benjamin come together for the first time in a co-headlining tour with special guest Bush for an incredible night of rock across the country, making it one of the hottest tours of the summer. Produced …

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Alice In Chains And Breaking Benjamin Announce US Co-Headlining Tour — Kerrang!

The full tour dates are as follows: August 10 Burgettstown, PA – The Pavilion at Star Lake11 Camden, NJ – Waterfront Bandstand13 Syracuse, NY – St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater in Lakeview14 Wantagh, NY – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater16 Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Musical Theater17 Noblesville, IN—Ruoff Music …

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Local Egg Hunts, Breakfasts are back for the Easter season: Short Takes on Avon, Avon Lake and North Ridgeville

Avon, Ohio Hippity Hoppin’ A “more normal” Easter is on the way as many well-known spring community events return after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. North Ridgeville is planning a free Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Rotary Club on April 9 at Ranger Stadium, 34600 Bainbridge …

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Isanti’s McCallum Leads Utah Women’s Gymnastics to Victory Over Gophers

Grace McCalluma freshman from Isanti, Minnesota, took first place in the all-around and set off a record-breaking bar that would lead the No. 4 Utah ahead of the No. 9 Gophers 198.475-197.850 in a women’s gymnastics at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City. The Utes’ score was a season-high …

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“No to the war” were the last words of this independent Russian TV channel

A fire that broke out after heavy shelling by Russian forces at one of Europe’s largest nuclear power plants was extinguished early Friday as key Ukrainian cities came under attack from invading troops. What you need to know today: Nuclear power plant fire extinguished: A fire at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear …

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Overstock Attends Upcoming Investor Conferences | Messages

SALT LAKE CITY, March 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Overstock.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSTK), a leading e-commerce retailer of home furnishings, announces its attendance at the Bank of America 2022 Consumer and Retail Technology Conference and announced the DA Davidson 5th Annual Consumer Growth Conference, as described below. Bank of America 2022 …

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LDS Church says humanitarian efforts for Ukrainians are underway

SALT LAKE CITY – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says humanitarian efforts are underway in Eastern Europe in light of the attacks in Ukraine. In a press release Thursday, church officials said relief efforts had been in the works since the early hours of armed conflict in …

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Businesses prepare for crowds with Charlotte FC’s first home game

More than 70,000 fans are expected to attend the opening game at Bank of America Stadium, and nearby businesses are hoping to capitalize on the crowd. CHARLOTTE, NC — Bank of America Stadium is preparing to host Charlotte FC’s first-ever home game this Saturday. It is the first time Charlotte …

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The White Rock Lake Museum asked to leave the Bath House Cultural Center

White Rock Lake Museum at Bath House cultural centre. Photo by Renee Umsted. Editor’s Note: This is a developing story. Check regularly The lawyer for updates. The City of Dallas Department of Arts and Culture has asked the White Rock Lake Museum to leave its place at the Bath House …

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Because of this, Salt Lake City has delayed the school closure process until 2023

Despite declining enrollment in the Salt Lake City school district and a first step by the school board to consider boundary changes and closures, that process is being delayed by at least a year. Superintendent Timothy Gadson told board members Tuesday he had decided against providing them with an official …

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Norma Steinbron | Kingfisher Times & Free Press

Norma Juliet Steinbron was born on September 20, 1932 in Renville, Minnesota, the sixth of seven children of James and Esther (Schuetz) Jacobson. She grew up on the family farm in the Buffalo Lake area and graduated from Buffalo Lake High School in 1950. After graduating, Norma moved to Minneapolis, …

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DAY IN • DAY OUT Announce Lineup for Festival 2022 | national business

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. March 2022– Today, DAY IN • DAY OUT (DIDO) announced the full lineup of artists for its second annual festival, to be held August 12-14 at Seattle Center’s Fisher Green Pavilion. Three-day general admission and VIP passes will go on sale Friday, March 4 at 10am PT. This …

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The reasons why people use payday loans

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels There are many different reasons why some people turn to using payday loans. While some may use it to make a one-time extravagant purchase, such as Luxurious vacation, they are also used by people who are in difficult financial situations. This article takes a …

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