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On “Martita, I remember you” by Sandra Cisneros

THROUGHOUT THE 20th century, in the days of the Latin American avant-garde and later during the so-called “boom”, a number of Latin American writers escaped oppressive dictatorships by fleeing. in Europe. Some have taken permanent residence, and all have written about their experiences. Among them were Julio Cortázar and José …

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Terence Malone obituary (2021) – Racine, WI

Terence S. Malone February 15, 1930 – September 15, 2021 BELLAIRE, MI – On September 15, 2021, Terence S. Malone passed away peacefully at home at the age of 91 with his loved ones by his side after a 5-year battle with prostate cancer. Terry had a great run in …

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Canadian cycling star Georgia Simmerling retires at 32

Georgia Simmerling (Tim Rademacher, Wikimedia Commons) Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Georgia Simmerling of Vancouver, British Columbia, retired on Thursday at the age of 32, according to Andy Perst of North Shore News. Simmerling won the bronze medal for Canada in the track cycling team pursuit at the 2016 Olympic Games …

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Pressure builds for UK PCR travel testing to end

September 12, 2021 Last modified on September 14, 2021 An announcement is expected this week and that will be good news for the snow sports and travel industry in general which has been hit hard by the restrictions. The traffic light system should also disappear. If confirmed, there will likely …

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Utah’s air quality deteriorates during drought

SALT LAKE CITY – Kevin Perry had just started his morning routine, stepping out to pick up the diary, when he noticed something was wrong with the sky. “In 30 seconds I was coughing and my throat ached,” Dr. Perry, an atmospheric specialist at the University of Utah, said of …

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