Trash City

20 Jun 19
Moohnshine's Corner

“A fantastically fun, HOT love story.” – Kendall Ryan, New York Times bestselling author Parental Guidance, an all-new, sexy and laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Avery Flynn, is available now! All I want is to play hockey on the Ice Knights, instead, I’m in a viral video for all the wrong […]

20 Jun 19
Newsy Today

"This is our land and we will not allow Moscow to poison it." Russian citizens of different ages, professions and backgrounds concentrated in the middle of the tundra respond in this way when asked why they have come to an improvised camp erected next to the Shies train station, 1,200 kilometers north of the Russian […]

20 Jun 19
Immersive fantasy fiction

Worldbuilding: All about the jungle nation of Meraxor – home of the Brotherhood of Shadow

20 Jun 19
Blue Delaware

Last week, the General Assembly sent House Bill 130 banning single use plastic bags to Governor John Carney (D) for his signature. House Bill 130 was not a full and complete plastic bag ban. It goes into a effect on January 1, 2021, and it only applies to stores with 7,000 square feet of retail […]

20 Jun 19
Calgary Herald

It was in the early 2000s when a promoter booked the Dino Martinis to play a seemingly ill-fitting venue in Leipzig, Germany. It was run by anarchist-punks, who would heat the place by burning shipping pallets in the middle of the floor and cater live shows with food they had fished out of the trash […]

20 Jun 19
Archy news nety

EVENTS This weekend VERMILION COUNTY FAIR AND EXPO What: Carnival Lights and Country Nights. Midway opens 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, noon Saturday and Sunday. Carnival hours, 5 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 5 to 11 p.m. Friday, no 11 to p.m. Saturday, no to 7 p.m. Sunday. Queen pageants; Little Miss at 6 […]

20 Jun 19
Arthur’s Log

Someone in the French Quarter was tap dancing the rhythm to Crab Rave. Loudly. It was a soundtrack the pursuit of beignets hadn’t asked for. Everyone and everyone else that morning were already in the line for Café du Monde, which wrapped around the building, then jerked up and continued out at least a couple […]

20 Jun 19
The Observation Deck

There’s a guy working in the back of a tiny restaurant at an undiscoverable corner of the city. Let’s call him Ted. Anything other than cooking is Ted’s responsibility. He collects dirty dishes and washes them. He packs trash and dumps them in the back of the property. When fresh vegetables and meats come in, […]

20 Jun 19
Yeshiva World News

Sensors installed as part of a Jerusalem pilot program report if the new underground garbage collection bins have to be emptied. This is part of the project that is improving the old situation which included unsightly garbage bins along streets. These bins are now storing the garbage underground, and signal when they are full and […]

20 Jun 19
Musing

If two is better than one, then we’re all in for a real treat when Julia Phillips, author of Disappearing Earth, and Alix Ohlin, author of Dual Citizens, join us at Parnassus on Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m. to sign and discuss their books. In anticipation of their arrival, we’re pleased to share an […]

20 Jun 19
Sensible Sustainability

Bioplastic, biodegradable, photodegradable, oxo-degradable, compostable plastic…what the hell do they all mean?

20 Jun 19
Praise Cleveland

via News5: Overgrown grass, trash and dying trees, Clevelanders are using social media to bring attention to some questionable parts of town they’d like to see cleaned-up ahead of the All-Star Game. Lisa Hahner, known as City Gal Sports on Twitter, shared video of a recent drive along Brookpark Road. Hahner said the stretch of […]

20 Jun 19
MayBeOutHere

I remember being in High school and telling my best friend, “I want to go to Africa, I want to go to the Motherland.” Never knowing when exactly, I never stopped thinking about how life would be if I had the chance.- Sumailah Before Landing in Egypt Right now, I just made it to my […]

20 Jun 19
NOISE: The Lester Bangs Diaries

Monochromatic clothes with crosses skulls death cemeteries blood bones and disturbing slogans written across their chests and backs, long hair, ripped sleeves, chains, all black to black. I keep thinking: the rebels that stay are poor catholic boys shouting at their baptism priest. And how they have learned to insult him! How they’ve learned to […]

20 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Meckenheim: Father strikes on his daughter's friend In Meckenheim near Bonn, a 45-year-old man took the friend of his underage daughter and seriously injured him. According to police, the incident occurred at 3 o'clock last night. The 45-year-old was provisionally arrested on suspicion of attempted homicide. According to previous investigation, the accused had searched before […]

20 Jun 19
City Women & co

June 20, 2019 at 12:04AM Is it just me or do bathroom trash cans fill up faster than you can say “cotton swab”? Continue Reading… Author Emma Loewe | Life by Daily Burn Selected by CWC

20 Jun 19
Issues & Insights

Eco-activists are demonizing plastic and policymakers are happy to please them by enacting bans on consumer items. But bans are more than just useless. They are counterproductive.