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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Perfect Venue for Your Event
By Boby · 2 weeks ago
Introduction: Organizing an event brings a mix of anticipation and stress, a whirlwind of excitement and anxiety. One of the most critical decisions you'll make during the planning process is choosing the perfect venue. The ...
Highlights from IMX 2023: A Milestone For Global Music Industry Collaboration
By Roy Chen · 5 months ago
SHANGHAI, January 08, 2024 – The 3rd annual International Music Expo (IMX) concluded on a triumphant note, running from October 19th to November 10th, 2023. This year’s event united hundreds of industry professionals and musicians ...
Nuke in Da Boyz kills thousands
By Donna Jindstadt · 5 months ago
On January 4, at around 9:50 AM, a nuclear bomb was dropped on the border between Duoville and El Goblino which has killed an estimated 50,000 people. This is due to the raging conflict between ...
Wisconsin Hotel Professors Role in Mumbai India Attacks
By Sanjay Parashar · 7 months ago
On the evening of November 26, 2008, several well-trained militants came ashore from the Arabian Sea on small boats and attacked numerous high-profile targets in Mumbai, India, with automatic weapons and explosives. By the time ...
How Should We Interpret the Concept of "All Men Created Equal" Historically?
By Alejandro Smith · 7 months ago
​ When the US became a country, the government said that everyone would be equal, and everyone would have rights, but only rich white men ended up having rights. However, women, Native Americans, and black ...
The Richard Boynton Story
By Larry Farmer · 4 months ago
The Richard Boynton Story Richard Boynton was born in 1941 to unwed parents; his mother was only 15. He was placed in an institution and put up for adoption. His parents, still unwed, visited him ...
Corruption
By Donald Plourde · 1 year ago
Government corruption is a persistent problem in many countries around the world. It can take many forms, including bribery, embezzlement, nepotism, and misuse of public funds. Corruption undermines democracy, weakens the rule of law, and ...
Amazing War Stories from Air Force Cadets
By Josiah Eloy · 1 year ago
John Jack Bertram, born during the dying days of the Woodrow Wilson Administration, spent almost two hours with a group of Air Force cadets from the ROTC at the University of Virginia, recently. John Jack ...
Stop The Violence Celebrity Basketball 2022
By Dee Jones · 1 year ago
Chicago is one of the largest cities in the US known for tourism, music/entertainment, fashion, its beautiful skylines, delicious food and architecture. In all its splendor, it has become plagued by violence in impoverished neighborhoods ...
A Case Study of Misplaced Nostalgia for Colonial Hong Kong
By Nathan H. Chan · 2 years ago
A Case Study of Misplaced Nostalgia for Colonial Hong Kong Nathan H Chan January 20, 2022 During the recent violent protests in my hometown, Hong Kong, a news article quoted one protester bearing a British ...
98 years old and counting
By Anselm Anyoha · 2 years ago
Professor (and former Nigerian-Biafran Ambassador) Austin Okwu celebrated his 98th birthday at his home in New Haven, Connecticut, surrounded by his friends and family. The event was organized by Igbozue Connecticut USA, a social-cultural organization ...
An insight on the Fifth Global Conference on Elimination of Child Labour
By Christian Romeo Njia · 2 years ago
The 5th global conference on the elimination of child labour effectively commenced on Sunday May 15, 2022 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Durban International Convention Centre (known as Durban ICC). Contrary to the previous ones, ...
SUCH BRAVE HEROES
By Nicholas Granby · 2 years ago
Brave soldiers of Russia how proud you must feel as your boots march over the bones of the slaughtered citizens of Ukraine. Brave soldiers of Russian how confident you must feel as your rockets and ...
The origin of World Ozone day and it's significance
By Senuke Weragama · 2 years ago
Every year, new heat records are set across the world, and this year has been no exception. High temperatures and extreme heatwaves were recorded from the Arctic Circle, Canada, and Scandinavia to North Africa, Iran, ...
Panorama India hosts unique & historical India Day Drive Thru Parade on Aug 15
By Asha Bajaj · 2 years ago
#Mississauga; #IndiaDay2021; #IndiaDayDriveThruParade Mississauga/Canadian-Media: With the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, Panorama India celebrated India’s 75th Independence Day on Aug 15 by organizing the first-ever grand India Day Drive Thru Parade, featuring ...
Remember the 2019, UCH class of 1986 Reunion in Hyattsville, Maryland 20783, USA?
By Chibuike Anyoha, Md · 2 years ago
It’s hard to believe, but true. Two years have passed since the last reunion. Even though the passage of time has reshuffled the sequences of the event, its memorable highlights remain unforgettable. Like the moment ...
A Year of Pandemic Later: Thanking the Psychologists That Continue to Be Truly Essential
By Dr. Dawn Brown · 2 years ago
I’m sure you can remember the exact moment, one year ago, that everything changed. Maybe it was when you got an email about working from home, when an official government lockdown mandate went into effect ...
​India is an unbelievable country with many cultures, backgrounds, and languages: Sumeeta Kohli, Panorama India Chairperson
By Asha Bajaj · 3 years ago
#Mississauga, #IndiaDay2021; #PanoramaIndia; #IndiaDayVirtualExpo; #VirtualArtContest Toronto/IBNS: Panorama India has been celebrating India Day for the last 21 years. This year it would celebrate India Day 2021 with a historical first time ever India Day Drive ...
Will Coronavirus Kill Quality, Free To Consume Content?
By Bethany Ritchie · 3 years ago
With many companies facing huge hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic, everyone is looking for ways to generate more business in a frankly terrifying economic situation. Content has long been used by savvy marketers to ...
The Boarder Crisis will only get worse
By Alexis Moody · 3 years ago
The flood of travelers at the southern line will get more critical in the coming months, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said Sunday on ABC's "This Week," adding that he predicts 1 million individuals could attempt ...