I’m not opposed in principle to modernized versions of the classics, and Mr. Kushner’s gloss on “Mother Courage” might have been more effective in a less showbizzy staging, but Mr. Wolfe has glitzed it up to an enervatingly spectacular degree. Their meat rivals swordfish in quality, and their fins are prized in Asia for shark fin soup, a combination that has put makos under significant pressure. But how much pressure, and to what ultimate effect, is uncertain. Scientists have no clear idea how many makos there are in the Earth’s oceans, and most of the data on catch and mortality rates come from commercial fishing operations, which famously tend to underreport catches.
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You are invited to attend a public involvement meeting for the Garver Path project. The City of Madison Engineering in conjunction with WisDOT and FHWA are proposing to construct a new 2800 foot long pedestrian shared use path that would connect the existing Capital City Path at Sugar Avenue northward to Milwaukee Street. Three structural elements are proposed as part of the design including a bridge through the northern limits of the project, a bridge replacement at Ivy Street, and a new bridge crossing over Starkweather Creek.
Saturday August 20 It will be a brighter start to the day with sunshine and showers expected at both sites. Showers are expected to turn heavier in Staffs by the middle of the day and later on in Chelmsford which will have a windy day with fresh to strong south south westerly winds of 25mph pushing to gusts of 40mph by early afternoon. There will be brighter spells with temperatures around 18/19C with showers easing off for the evening across both sites.
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