Originally during quarantine I worked so much, almost as a distraction, but then I hit a dead end. I felt like the moment in time we are in had me questioning my role, and what I am really providing for the community. I have always created artwork that’s inclusive of a lot of different cultural backgrounds.
Overall, though, Facebook is still growing strong nine years after launch. The network effect of its ubiquity should not be underestimated. Dislodging Facebook as the premier general purpose social network will require something that not just better, but much, much better.
A public hearing before the MPO Policy Board is scheduled for Wednesday, September 3 at 6:30 PM in the City County Building, 210 MLK Jr. Blvd., Room 354. The MPO Board is expected to take action on the TIP at its Wednesday, October 1 meeting at 6:30 PM in the Madison Water Utility Bldg., 119 E.
September 8, 2014 TMZ releases surveillance footage from inside the elevator showing Rice punching Palmer. Hours later, the Ravens terminate Rice’s contract and Goodell announces Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL. The league claims it had not seen the video from the elevator’s interior until it was released by TMZ..
Trump would often “burst out laughing” at some of the wilder spots, but then conclude they were too “brutal” or “weren worth the backlash” he get, the source told Axios. One subject Trump particularly avoided was Biden inappropriate touching of women, Axios reports. At one point, Trump campaign drew up an ad featuring clips of women who accused Biden of inappropriate contact, and then finished with a clip of Vice President Kamala Harris declaring “I know a predator when I see one.” But as one source close to the campaign said, “He never wanted to run the predator or women ads against Biden, because he was afraid he was going to open up his own can of worms.” Read more about Trump campaign ad critiques at Axios.
Once this work is complete residents will be better connected to employment hubs, retail centers, and medical services in a way that will no longer require hour long ride times and carefully planned transfers.Allocating $3.0 million for the Vision Zero program to redesign the City’s most dangerous intersections in a way that will reduce traffic and pedestrian crashes.Increasing funding for Energy Sustainability Improvements by nearly $10.0 million across the CIP and sustaining the increased investment through 2026. This will allow us to grow our Green Power solar apprenticeship program to create career pathways in solar power while making progress toward the critical goal of reducing our carbon emissions.Continuing to invest in flood mitigation projects based on recommendations from watershed studies that have been underway since 2019. The Executive budget seeks to invest $21.6 million over the next 5 years to ensure our Stormwater network can keep residents safe when large rain events occur.Accelerating the investment in LED (light emitting diode) streetlights with the goal of converting all remaining streetlights to LED by 2023.