Month: July 2021

Bad Bunny adidas Cheetos Collection Scholarship Info

If there’s anything that’s just as, if not more important than music to Bad Bunny, it’s his community. And so this Summer, he’s expanding upon his “Deja tu Huella™ campaign with Cheetos that was kicked off in 2020, and he’s bringing his adidas family along for the ride.

“Deja tu Huella” — which translates to “Leave Your Mark” in English — is an initiative designed to celebrate Hispanic culture and its impact on society. For its second phase, Bad Bunny and Chester Cheetah are blessing fans with two new experiences — a fashion collection with adidas along with the

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Fiesta San Antonio-worthy duct tape dress wins Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest

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Houston-born Larissa Leon has snagged a $10,000 scholarship thanks to her work on a colorful prom dress made entirely of duct tape — and it’s giving us serious Fiesta San Antonio vibes.

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French Bee economy vs. premium





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Ted Cruz is blocking diplomats from being confirmed, and it has nothing to do with their qualifications

The junior senator from Texas has become the public face of the State Department’s difficulties, proudly claiming responsibility for blocks on a slew of senior officials. Cruz is trying to pressure the administration on a specific point of Russia policy, a campaign that other Republicans say is fruitless and that triggered a fiery shouting match with Sen. Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat who’s the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Cruz does not appear willing to budge. “I look forward to lifting the holds just as soon as they impose the sanctions on Nord Stream 2 that are … Read More

Capoey Lake’s Sara Henry awarded Ireland Fellows scholarship

After a competitive year-long application process, Capoey Lake, Essequibo Coast resident Sara Henry has secured a scholarship to read for her Master’s Degree under the Ireland Fellows Programme for Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

Henry, a Senior Planning and Monitoring Officer at the Protected Areas Commission (PAC), is the first Guyanese to be afforded the opportunity under the programme. She will be pursuing studies in Environmental Leadership at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Henry told Sunday Stabroek that she is aiming to return to Guyana equipped with skills that she can use to contribute to environmental and biodiversity management

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Rita Marley Announces Scholarship for 75th Birthday

Besides the tribute concert, the broadcast will showcase a digital tour of the new, permanently installed Rita Marley exhibit at the Bob Marley Museum and will announce the 2021 Rita Marley scholarship. Specifically catered to young women and single mothers, the scholarship will be offered to one student enrolled at the Women Centre of Jamaica and two students from the University of Technology Nursing. The application form is due on Aug. 9 and is available on the Rita Marley Foundation website 

In a statement to Billboard, Sharon Marley – Rita Marley’s oldest daughter – shares how fostering the

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Economists clash over inflation tied to Biden’s $3.5T spending plan

Economists are sharply divided over whether President Biden’s $3.5 trillion infrastructure package will exacerbate inflation pressures that are already the most severe in decades. 

Senate Democrats are currently drafting the human infrastructure package that they hope to ram through via budget reconciliation, a process that would allow them to pass the legislation with a simple majority rather than the 60 votes needed to avoid a Republican filibuster.  

The $3.5 trillion in spending would add to the almost $6 trillion that has already

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Restoring a piece of history

Members from the Democratic parties of Sampson, Harnett and Johnston counties, along with volunteers from the community, gather for a group shot during the restoration event.

Michael B. Hardison | Sampson Independent

IVANHOE — The first steps in the restoration of the slave cemetery in Ivanhoe is off to a solid start.

The gathering this past Saturday was the first of many visits that will eventually restore the site. While the end goal is a complete restoration that will have markers placed on each grave at the cemetery, the task for this event was focused on clean up.

The initiative

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Rep. Paul Gosar’s former dental patients are baffled by his politics

Before he was a congressman associating with white nationalists, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) was a dentist — and a good one, at that. Now, some of his former patients are shocked that the man who once filled their cavities has become a “conspiracy-minded, race-baiting” lawmaker, reports The Washington Post.

“Gosar the dentist had to be the real Paul Gosar,” said Coreen Anderson, a former loyal Gosar patient who has described his dental skills as “amazing.” “It had to be. There’s no way that person was fake. Did he get brainwashed? Did the power get to this head? I honestly

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