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14 Dec 18
Market Research Reports

Global Acrylic Glass Market Analysis Report ponders most recent industry patterns, improvement viewpoints, advertise picks up, and industry situation amid the conjecture time frame (2018-2025). The basic diagram of industry, key market sections, Product classification,  applications are displayed in this report. Worldwide  Market report gives the points of interest identified with a basic outline, improvement status, innovative progressions, […]

14 Dec 18
SLEEPY WALDO

My week in photos: November 26–December 2, 2018! A week getting into the festive spirit. We get a real live Christmas tree, eat some Japanese bbq, and I spend more time with my family as we wait for Snow.

14 Dec 18
Peace Corps Thailand Magazine

Poonam Benakatti, 130 YinD Serving in the Peace Corps in 2018 means a series of juxtapositions. Often, these are presented in our modern day conveniences and daily routines. I can watch Netflix while taking a wet-wipe shower if the water is off. The power could be out, but I can still FaceTime family. Peace Corps […]

13 Dec 18
DMP Health - Love Your Health

I‘m officially obsessed with DAISO. Where nearly everything is AUD$2.80, how can you not love this shop? Not to mention the unbelievable variety! Unfortunately DAISO’s stores in Australia come few and far between Sydney. I had to do a little travelling to get to my ‘local’ shop but it was so worth it though. Beauty […]

13 Dec 18
25 Days of Art

WOWIE look how late I am. This is such a big practice in being gentle with myself amidst my chaos and taking my time haha. I’d hate to rush art. Anyway, I went to Daiso (one of my FAVOURITE stores) and bought some art supplies there! One of my new favourite finds is “soft clay” […]

13 Dec 18
Hawaii News Digest

Accessed on 13 December 2018, 1518 UTC, Post 18109. Source:  https://www.khon2.com KHON2, Honolulu, Hawaii, 13 December 2018. Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Comment:  Here are the latests news headlines from KHON2 in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Man accused of […]

13 Dec 18
East Bay Times
ALAMEDA The Alameda County Registrar of Voters has certified the Nov. 6 election results. The city of Alameda’s voter turnout rate for this election was 73.65 percent, with 73.5 percent voting by mail and 26.5 percent voting on Election Day. The results are as follows (with winners in bold-face): Mayor (top vote-getter only): Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, 41.96 percent; Trish Spencer, 37.45 percent; Frank Matarrese, 20.00 percent; write-ins, 0.58 percent. City Council (top two vote-getters): John Knox White, 25.88 percent; Tony Daysog, 22.69 percent; Jim Oddie*, 19.27 percent; Robert C. Matz, 18.17 percent; Stewart Chen, 13.64 percent; write-ins, 0.4 percent. * Mayor-elect Ashcraft was re-elected to the Alameda City Council in 2016 and has two years remaining on her term. As the council’s third highest vote-getter, Oddie will complete the remainder of Ashcraft’s term. Alameda’s incoming council members are Mayor Ashcraft, Knox White, Daysog, Oddie and Councilwoman Malia Vella. Measure F (city of Alameda, needed simple majority yes to pass): 61.5 percent, Yes, 38.5 percent, No. Ballot question: Shall the measure maintaining the city of Alameda’s financial stability and protecting services and infrastructure such as police response to violent crimes and burglaries; 9-1-1 emergency medical and fire response; maintaining neighborhood parks; repairing potholes, maintaining streets and protecting the bay from pollution by enacting a 0.5 percent sales tax until repealed by voters, providing about $5,000,000 annually in locally controlled revenues, requiring independent audits and public spending review, be adopted? Measure K (city of Alameda, needed simple majority yes to pass): 39.69 percent, Yes; 60.31 percent, No. Ballot question: Shall the city charter be amended by incorporating Ordinance 3148, the city’s Rent Review, Rent Stabilization and Limitations on Evictions law, with the following modifications: (a) preclude City Council from amending the law in response to changing conditions and concerns, and require voter approval instead, and (b) eliminate the Dec. 31, 2019 sunset clause? The defeat of Measure K means that Alameda Rent Stabilization Ordinance 3148 remains in place. More information including rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords can be found at www.alamedarentprogram.org. Election results can be found on the Alameda County Registrar of Voters website at www.acgov.org/rovresults/236/index.htm. The Alameda City Council will certify the Nov. 6 election results at its regular meeting Dec. 18. For more information, visit alamedaca.gov/agendas. Alameda’s next general election will be Nov. 3, 2020. — city of Alameda Planning Board OKs proposed 172-room Bay Farm hotel A Marriott Residence Inn with 172 rooms has won approval for construction adjacent to the Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal on Bay Farm Island, where the new hotel’s parking lot will be available to handle overflow cars from the terminal. The hotel, which got the nod Dec. 10 from the Planning Board, is to be built on a vacant 5.5-acre lot at Harbor Bay Parkway and Bay Edge Road that is part of the Harbor Bay Business Park. The hotel is projected to generate $1.5 million annually in tax revenue for the city, create 85 permanent jobs and 250 construction jobs, Alameda officials say. A lagoon and residential neighborhood are on the northern edge of the property. Along with 175 rooms for guests, the hotel will have a restaurant, coffee house and meeting rooms. A free shuttle will provide rides to Oakland International Airport, which is about 3 miles away. Supporters of the hotel include the Alameda Chamber of Commerce and the Bay Area Council, a business-sponsored, public policy organization for the nine-county Bay Area. “This proposal is a win-win for the residents and businesses of Alameda,” Mark Sorensen, the chamber’s executive director, said in a recent letter to the Planning Board. Opponents, however, including some nearby residents, argue the hotel will be too big and will undermine property values and increase traffic. “The proposed five-story hotel complex is completely out-of-proportion to the land area and surrounding structures,” Velvet Chang, president of the Bay Colony Homeowners Association, which is directly behind the ferry lot, said in a Nov. 19 letter to the city.[cq comment=” “The hotel will literally cast a shadow over the surrounding homes. Imagine taking in the sun in your back yard while hotel guests watch you, inhaling the exhaust from the going and coming of 265-plus cars, smelling breakfast, lunch and dinner being cooked and the garbane and noise pollution.””] — Peter Hegarty, staff South Shore offering family-friendly holiday activities Alameda’s South Shore Center outdoor mall has announced its 2018 lineup of free family-friendly programming to celebrate the holidays. In addition to the annual tree lighting ceremony held Nov. 23, friends and family of all ages are invited to enjoy a holiday film series featuring nostalgic movies in Neptune Court, a festive reindeer scavenger hunt, photos with Santa Claus and a pop-up pet adoption[cq comment=”, and a menorah lighting”]. From now till Christmas Eve, Santa Claus will be at South Shore Center for family photo opportunities. Santa Paws, Santa’s furry friend, will also be available for pictures on Mondays from 4 to 7 p.m. Also through Dec. 24, shoppers should be on the lookout as part of the first Reindeer Scavenger Hunt. South Shore Center staff will scatter nine wooden reindeer, including Rudolph, throughout the shopping center for visitors to discover. Each reindeer will have an individual QR code that will reveal retailer discounts and other holiday surprises. To continue the festivities, every Friday through Sunday from now to Dec. 23, the center will show one of Twelve Movies of Christmas at 6:30 p.m. in Neptune Court (near Bowl’d). Guests can sit back and relax with blankets, hot cocoa provided by Starbucks and kettle corn from Peter’s Kettle Corn while watching holiday films at the outdoor South Shore Cinema. If it rains, the movies will be shown indoors between Daiso and Payless Shoe Source. In partnership with Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS), Alameda South Shore Center will also host a pop-up pet adoption to help dogs, cat, and rabbits find new homes. The pop-up will be available from now until Dec. 24 on Thursdays and Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. and weekend days from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. [cq comment=”At press time the center was also to host a menorah lighting Dec. 5 presented by Temple Israel of Alameda. “]For more details, look up Alameda South Shore Center on Facebook. — Glodow Nead Communications
13 Dec 18
Mengait Stuff

Pada permulaan perjalanan saya sebagai seorang crocheter, saya mulakan dengan barang kait yang kecil dan untuk kegunaan sendiri sahaja. Masa mula kenal dengan mengait, saya banyak beli benang kait dari Daiso saja. Jadi selalu laa saya berkunjung ke Daiso untuk habiskan masa dan duit membeli benang. Ini adalah barang yang saya kait menggunakan benang Daiso […]

13 Dec 18
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13 Dec 18
aerimomo

It’s been, I don’t know, around 4 months since I moved to Daejeon, South Korea, and about 3 and half in my apartment? I feel like I’ve been here forever, in a good way. And it is now finally time for me to make a tour of my apartment! Here is my home, open to […]

12 Dec 18
bononmana

Liburan menyenangkan di Jepang kemarin rasanya kurang lengkap kalau nggak cerita tentang pengalaman menginap di Airbnb. Berawal dari niatan untuk nyari penginapan di tengah kota supaya gampang kemana-mana, tapi justru malah berakhir di…. yaa bisa dibilang agak di pinggir kota. Ibarat di Jakarta, penginapan gue kemarin kaya di daerah Bekasi. “Kenapa nggak nyari yang di […]

12 Dec 18
Life In Osaka

When I published my last post, I was about to join the first years for the week as my class was going to Vietnam. I was a bit nervous to met all of them because I didn’t know anyone, but like every other time I’ve been in this situation, I ended up making friends quickly, […]

12 Dec 18

Aya's JSP1 Blog Post

Choosing Japanese for my Foreign Language Class was mostly done on a whim. Initially, I thought about taking Spanish as it was believed to be the easiest among all the other options. When my parents heard about this, I was met with their skeptical looks as if to say, “With all the anime you’ve watched […]

12 Dec 18
LosAngelesMade

Ginkgo leaves are my absolute favorite!! Found this mini cutter at Daiso, originally made for cutting veggies for bento boxes 🍱 🤗Wed, 12 Dec 2018 01:06:51 +0000 4 Likes so far Ginkgo leaves are … – December 11, 2018 at 05:06PM

11 Dec 18
Ha·ra·ya

Regulating my emotions is really weird. I honestly use weird coping mechanisms such as stress-eating, sleeping, and watching chick-flicks to manage my emotions. Honestly, doing the Do Good project didn’t make me feel better. IT WAS SO STRESSFUL. Okay, can I just focus on the Do Good Project? Creating the proposal was fun, especially when […]