Beijing Bulletin
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in her classes. Use this list of trainer secrets as your checklist of what NOT to do in your next training session at Barrys, in a HIIT class, or at your gym. ...
Beijing Bulletin
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This month;s board voting meeting was rescheduled from Jan. 24 to Jan. 31, and a special meeting to approve a preliminary budget is set for Feb. 7. A final budget must be adopted by June 30. &lt
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Mother sues to stop Bible classes in W.Va. schools The woman said her child will be forced either to take these weekly classes at her Mercer County elementary school Check out this story on detroi
Beijing Bulletin
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Goat farmer Lainey Morse is hosting sold-out goat yoga classes. Yes, you read that right: goat yoga. Its not yoga for goats, but rather, yoga hosted in a barn or a field, with goats wandering ar
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BBC News 24
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The reality is that the political discourse these days is defined by xenophobia and racism. The Brexit Road was all about xenophobia and racism. Labour, yes, we need to double red immigration. Immigration is not the problem for the British working classes. The problem is that the unions have been destroyed, all the protections of workers taken away.
Apartment Therapy
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Walking the galleries of your nearest art museum is a great way to sneak in some extra steps and soak up some culture. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is going one step further and actually offering workout classes as part of a performance art piece. READ MORE »
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TIME - Top Stories
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The Points Guy
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And if you think you may tire of these tropical views — if that’s even possible! — the resort offers plenty of activities that’ll keep you distracted, from private chef-driven cooking classes at signature spot Le Carré, where you’ll learn how to whip up crispy shrimp with mint and mango salsa, to tours of the nearby Hitia'a lava tubes. Bungalows at the SPG Category 5 hotel start at $429 or 12,000 Starpoints per night. Sleep under thatched roofs in Le Méridien Tahiti’s traditional-style overwater bungalows. Image courtesy of the hotel’s Facebook page . 2. The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort The quickest way to reach this private island resort in the Maldives is by seaplane from Velana International Airport (MLE). The 22-acre island in the Dhaalu Atoll is one of 1,192 in the Republic of Maldives, and this one just so happens to have a private reef house that’s one of the nation’s most famous.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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THE Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub has launched two new Saturday morning fitness classes to help you get fit and keep fit. From 9.30am to 10.30am every Saturday, new Sports Fit sessions will take place at the hub on Alvingham Road. Sports Fit is a circuit based class focusing on sports specific movement. The classes are a combination of cardio and strength based exercises giving the body a full workout. MORE: Nine things to do in North Lincolnshire and beyond in the next seven...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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THE Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub has launched two new Saturday morning fitness classes to help you get fit and keep fit. From 9.30am to 10.30am every Saturday, new Sports Fit sessions will take place at the hub on Alvingham Road. Sports Fit is a circuit based class focusing on sports specific movement. The classes are a combination of cardio and strength based exercises giving the body a full workout. MORE: Nine things to do in North Lincolnshire and beyond in the next seven...
Global News
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ABC News - United States
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The Huffington Post
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Should schools teach cooking? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights . Answer by Robert Frost , nstructor and Flight Controller at NASA, on Quora : Should schools teach cooking? Yes. I think that Home Economics should be a standard part of the elementary, middle, and high school curriculum. The purpose of school is to provide children with skills and knowledge that will benefit them, and the community. We all eat. We all benefit from a better understanding of food and food preparation. It's also a great place to show children how the skills and knowledge they learn in their academic course have real life value. Kids sit in classes like math, physics, geography, English, and chemistry and often are given little to no appreciation of how those subjects are useful outside of the classroom.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A hardworking team of volunteers who run a range of brilliant activities at a centre in Calverton have been nominated for a top community award. Made up of some 27 people, who give up their free time each week to run everything from exercise classes to counselling sessions, the group provides a lifeline for thousands of residents of this former pit village. Now they've all been put forward for the Pride of Gedling Awards 2017. The CORE Centre is an independent charity which offers a range of...
The Points Guy
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aa.com/offers . Flights may be operated by American, British Airways, Iberia or Finnair, but must be on an American ticket number. Clearly, paying first-class and business-class passengers flying to Europe stand to benefit the most from this offer; economy-class passengers who book their flight in one of the qualifying classes can only earn a total of 10,000 bonus miles on two round-trip itineraries. Per the usual terms and conditions, the bonus miles won't count toward elite status or AAdvantage Million Miler status, but the miles flown and dollars spent will count toward elite status (just as they normally would). As with other AA promotions, you can maximize this offer by paying with an American Airlines credit card . Those who want to earn the most AAdvantage miles should consider booking their flights with the Citi / AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite MasterCard , or the Citi / AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard , as both cards offer 2 miles per dollar on American Airlines purchases.
Mashable
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Mondoweiss
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The first is a call for schools to devote the first two hours of classes today to a discussion about the incident in Umm al-Hiran, the demolition of homes in Kalansua last week and the housing crisis in the country’s Arab communities. The second calls on the international community to provide protection to Israel’s Arab minority in the face of what the committee calls “the increased aggression of state institutions against Arab citizens at the clear instruction of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and with the support of his government.” ... This time, rather than send the students to the streets and perhaps endanger them in superfluous clashes, the committee changed its approach. This time they will teach how the government of Israel and its prime minister, under pressure from the education minister, worked tirelessly to find a solution, in the name of the law, for the land thieves in Amona , but in Umm al-Hiran and Kalansua chose to demolish and destroy, in the name of the same law.
The Guardian - Books
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It is not enough to protest Trump’s presidency. We must all challenge injustice, at home and in the wider world There is a Ghanaian proverb that I’ve become very fond of over the years: “The ruin of a nation begins in the homes of its people.” In the days leading up to Donald Trump’s inauguration to the highest office of one of the most powerful nations in the world, I’ve been turning this proverb around in my mind over and over again. The post-election day shock that has been echoing in the chambers of my life, my work, my social media circles has been telling. Something deeply private, like the filth in our homes, has been made public, and the shock, particularly among the white, liberal, educated classes – those most likely to survive when the house burns down – is revealing. Either many Americans did not know that the house was in disarray, or they knew but hoped that the disorder wouldnt get out, be seen, like laundry shoved into a spare cupboard before the guests arrive.
Plymouth Herald
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The eagerly-awaited dates for the SEIB Search for a Star and SEIB Racehorse to Riding Horse showing series have been announced. New opportunities for competitors will be available this year as a result of a revised schedule, according to the organisers SEIB Insurance Brokers. A new working show horse or pony class will be incorporated into the 2017 Search for a Star schedule to replace the former working hunter, riding club show horse and show/show hunter pony classes. It is envisaged at this...
The Points Guy
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Techradar
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In only a few seconds you'll be able search and compare flights to find the cheapest ones available, or look for the best deals on specific airlines or cabin classes. You can book your chosen flight directly from the app while you're on the go. You can also search for random destinations to give you inspiration for your next holiday. If you're a sports fanatic and need to keep up with the results no matter what sport or team you support, then theScore is an essential app that you'll want to make sure is installed on your Android device. Covering all the major sports including football (both real and American), basketball, hockey, golf and much more, you'll get the latest news and alerts to keep you up to date with any game. Player Card Profiles is a particularly great feature that gives you in-depth stats and analysis of players. TuneIn Radio turns your Android device into a global radio, allowing you to stream over 100,000 radio stations from around the world.
Beijing Bulletin
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Staying fit is a top priority for even the busiest professionals. When you're on the road, however, getting to a gym can be tough, especially if that studio or boutique you frequent is unique to New Y