21 best (or worst) penalties for losing your fantasy football leagues in 2021

Punishments for last place in a fantasy football league have become common practice. Some are harmless and only slightly embarrassing; others are time consuming, painful, and in extreme cases, permanent (we’re talking about you, the tattoo leagues). What is the best punishment for your league? It really depends on how …

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Anaheim Public Library receives national award for pandemic services – Orange County Register

For its resilience and creativity during the pandemic, Anaheim Public Library was recently named Gale and Library Journal’s 2021 Library of the Year. Virtual programs for the elderly, meals for young people, and take-out science and art kits are some of the new library services that grew out of the …

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El Segundo Art Walk returns on Saturday August 28 for a one-day event – Daily Breeze

The El Segundo Art Walk will be back soon, at least for a day. The Art Walk, which started in 2015 as a monthly summer event but was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, will return for a one-day event later this week, featuring over 40 artists exhibiting …

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State’s top education official visits Springfield on first day of school

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Monday, August 23 marked the first day of school for the Springfield public school system and it also brought the state’s top education official to Springfield to present an award special and talk about the challenges ahead with COVID-19. After the pandemic left schools straddling the …

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Speak, Silence, In Search of WG Sebald: seek his books instead

WG Sebald would surely have hated being likened to Nick Hornby and Helen Fielding, but hear me out. Hornby and Fielding are talented writers who, through a combination of timing, judgment and luck, popularised new genres: ladlit and chicklit respectively. With Sebald, whom Carole Angier in the first major biography …

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Jelly Belly’s New BeanBoozled Flavors Are Nasty

Jelly Beans are meant to be a sweet treat, unless you taste Jelly Belly’s BeanBoozled collection. The candy line is an exercise in masochism, with traditional jelly beans like peach and juicy pear mixed with nasty varieties like barf and boogers. Now, WRAL.com reports that Jelly Belly is upping the …

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Sonnet & Jubël Highlight K-Pop Collaborations Expanding Into New Genre & Territories

Sonnet The Givers While Jubël have topped the charts in their native Sweden and across Europe, the dance-pop duo are expanding even further by enlisting one of Korea’s most promising vocalists Sonnet in a truly globally focused collaboration. Transforming their new single “Dumb” into an English-Korean duet is just the …

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Location of New Clifton Library | WesternSlopeNow.com

Posted: August 22, 2021 / 5:17 PM MDT / Update: August 22, 2021 / 5:17 PM MDT GRAND JUNCTION, Colo .– The Clifton branch of the Mesa County Library is getting their books ready and heading to a new location. The question that remains is, where will the new library …

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Education Notes 8-21-21 | TheLancasterNews.com

Free lunches for all: The Lancaster School District offers free school meals to all students who register. Requests for free / reduced meals should be filled out by all who wish to receive them, so that District Food Services can follow the program this year. The app is available at …

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Wave of “events of turmoil” like Afghanistan could become a drag on global growth (IMF)

The surge in COVID-19 infections, combined with mass uprisings around the world, is destabilizing the world order – and new research from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) suggests that collective dynamics are likely to hamper a fragile recovery. A working paper published by IMF researchers Luca Antonio Ricci, Metodij Hadzi-Vaskov …

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