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Idjit-on-Idjit

I was contacted by several people regarding this video and was prepared to see something awful. I've been out of town for work the last couple days so I was worried...until I watched the video.Yes, I know where that is. That's Meridian Street, Indianapolis's main north-south artery, where it goes under I-65 between 10th Street and 16th Street, the part known as "Broadcaster's Row" because it goes past the offices for all the local network affiliates and the Indiana public broadcasting offices. T...
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Lexie Brown, Sylvia Fowles lead Lynx past Indiana

Lexie Brown had 26 points and Sylvia Fowles 21 as Minnesota improved to 5-1 with its fourth straight win.
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Lexie Brown, Sylvia Fowles lead Lynx past Indiana

Lexie Brown had 26 points and Sylvia Fowles 21 as Minnesota improved to 5-1 with its fourth straight win.
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How America Can Get Coronavirus Contact Tracing Right

This article is part of TPM Cafe, TPM’s home for opinion and news analysis.  As the world learns more about the novel coronavirus, the value of rigorous contact tracing — the process of persuading potentially exposed people to quarantine — is becoming clearer. It’s one reason the U.S., a country of nearly 330 million, has suffered 150,000 deaths and counting, while only one of Vietnam’s 95 million people have died from COVID-19. The Southeast Asian country was quick to implement contact tracin...
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‘Lovecraft Country’ Review: Horrors Both Human and Otherworldly Haunt Misha Green’s Spellbinding Series

“This is the story of a boy and his dream,” a narrator tells us. “But more than that, it is the story of an American boy and a dream that is truly American.” That narrator is from the 1950 film The Jackie Robinson Story, but he’s also, in effect, narrating Lovecraft Country, Misha Green‘s phenomenal horror series. Rather than just use musical needle drops, Lovecraft Country uses narration pulled from other sources, audio clips, spoken-word poetry, creating a rich tapestry; a collage; a mosaic. ...
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Numerous Programs for Black-Owned Businesses, New High-Yield Business Bank Account, Free Email Plan, Get Your Products in Walmart and on QVC and HSN and Other Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

19 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know Programs and Initiatives 1—Getting Back to Business  Visa recently announced its global commitment to help 50 million small businesses move to digital in the middle of the economic impact of COVID-19. Visa has developed a range of locally designed programs to help small businesses get back to business: Helping Black women-owned businesses Visa launched a program to award $100k in grants for U.S.-based Black women-owned small businesses, extendi...
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Lordstown Motors Releases New Video Showing the All-Electric Endurance at Work

Last month, Lordstown Motors Corp. CEO Steve Burns unveiled the first pre-production Lordstown Endurance at its Northeast Ohio headquarters to a crowd that included government officials, Lordstown employees and local stakeholders. Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette also spoke. The event can be seen in its entirety at ​ youtube.com/lordstownmotors ​ . “Endurance isn’t just the first all-electric pickup truck in America—it’s a virtue the people of...
Tags: Energy, Advertising, America, Indiana, Automotive, Ohio, Northeast Ohio, Erin, Burns, Mike Pence, Valley, Lordstown, Pence, Goodyear, Steve Burns, Mahoning Valley


‘I Was a Little Scared’: Inside America’s Reopening Schools

In their first week back, students have faced social media criticism and emergency quarantines. Here’s what they say school is like in the age of Covid-19.
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When to Stop Trying Unsuccessfully to Sell a Song

A little over ten years ago we came across “Dispatches From a Guy Trying Unsuccessfully to Sell a Song In Nashville,” a new column for McSweeney’s by a guy in Indiana named Charlie Hopper, and it immediately made me question my implicit animosity toward modern mainstream country music. Or at least it made me think … Continue reading When to Stop Trying Unsuccessfully to Sell a Song → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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In a positive sign, number of equity-rich properties continues to rise

During the second quarter of 2020, equity-rich properties outnumber seriously underwater properties 4 to 1, according to a report by Attom Data Solutions.
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Indiana school returns to in-class learning after student tests positive for COVID-19

Indiana Greenfield-Central Schools Superintendent Harold Olin explains the protocols in place to protect students and staff.
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Mom's viral Facebook post about Indiana football player's COVID-19 issues serves as warning

Debbie Rucker, the mother of Indiana freshman Brady Feeney, says the lineman could face heart issues after a long, tough battle with COVID-19.         [Author: Indianapolis Star]
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Tuesday round-up

This week marks the 10-year anniversary of Justice Elena Kagan’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, and USA Today’s Richard Wolf examines the heavy influence she has had during her first decade as a justice. Kagan’s ability to find common ground with conservative justices – and to pick her battles when she dissents – has helped the court maintain “most of its luster as the least political branch of the federal government,” Wolf writes. At the same time, the political branches continue to focus o...
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Cautious hope brews amid LA County’s dip in daily deaths, cases, hospitalizations

“Cautious optimism” was the phrase of the day on Monday, July 3, as Los Angeles County public health officials outlined a drop in counts for deaths, hospitalizations and positive cases — all of which would lead, if the trend continues, to the county getting off the state’s monitoring list and easing toughened health restrictions on education, places of worship and businesses. The grim reality was still that the disease is taking lives, and spreading: 12 new  COVID-19-related deaths, increasing ...
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Family sent student with Covid-19 to school while test was pending, superintendent says

The family of an Indiana student who learned of a positive Covid-19 test on the first day of school sent the child to classes knowing the result of the test was pending, the school superintendent said Monday.
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An Indiana school reopened for students. There was a positive COVID-19 test on day one.

It was the first time students in Greenfield, Indiana, had been back in schools since the pandemic closed them in March.
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Students at Indiana school back on campus after classmate sent home with positive Covid-19 test

The family of an Indiana student who learned of a positive Covid-19 test on the first day of school sent the child to classes knowing the result of the test was pending, the school superintendent said Monday.
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Putting Up A Monument To The Unknown Enslaved People Of The United States

As the Civil War raged, Kentucky was officially neutral – but it was a slave state. Freedom lay just across the river in Indiana, says poet Hannah Drake, whose nonprofit is preparing to install a kind of monument to those who dreamt of escape. “The memorial will start as a path of cast or carved footprints. That will lead people from nearby history museums to the river, where there will be limestone benches. Then there will be more footprints leading to the river’s edge.” – NPR
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Parents struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

By DENISE LAVOIE | Associated Press Shannon Dunn has to report to her job this week as a cafeteria manager at an elementary school in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but she has no idea what she will do when her daughter starts kindergarten with online-only instruction. With a new school year beginning this week in some states, Dunn, like many other working parents, is struggling to balance her job with her child’s schoolwork as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause upheaval around the country. Th...
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Coronavirus updates: More pro athletes opt out, Indiana student tests positive on first day of school, Birx warns rural US

A Texas doctor says he is fighting 'a war against COVID and a war against stupidity.' He has hopes for first, says second becoming 'more difficult.'         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Coronavirus updates: More pro athletes opt out of season, Indiana student tests positive on first day of school, Birx warns rural US

A Texas doctor says he is fighting 'a war against COVID and a war against stupidity.' He has hopes for first, says second becoming 'more difficult.'         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Magic Build Big Lead, Stay On Roll In 132-116 Win Over Kings

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Nikola Vucevic had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Aaron Gordon scored 19 of his 22 points in the first half and the Orlando Magic continued a strong restart with a 132-116 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Sunday. Terrence Ross scored 25 points as the Magic won a season-best fifth straight game going back to before the pandemic-forced shutdown in March. Orlando won the last three before the hiatus and beat Brooklyn, the team it is battling for the seventh seed in the...
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An Indiana school reopened for students. There was a positive COVID-19 test on day one.

It was the first time students in Greenfield, Indiana, had been back in schools since the pandemic closed them in March.         [Author: Indianapolis Star]
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Donald Trump claims Anthony Fauci 'wrong' about cause of Covid-19 surge

President again contradicts his own health expert after doctor highlights troubled US response to virusDonald Trump launched an extraordinary attack on his own top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, arguing against the doctor’s claim that high rates of infection in the US stem from a less aggressive reaction to the virus in terms of economic shutdowns and stay-at-home orders.“Wrong!” countered the president as he retweeted a video of Fauci making the point in recent congressional testi...
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How 50+ Disneyland attractions could change when the parks reopen

Virtually every Disneyland ride and attraction will change in some way to accommodate the new normal of COVID-19 health and safety protocols when the Anaheim theme parks reopen following an extended coronavirus closure. Visitors returning to Disneyland will find social distancing measures stretching from attraction queues to the rides themselves with extensive sanitization measures throughout the park. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at So...
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On the First Day of School, an Indiana Student Tests Positive for Coronavirus

As more schools abandon plans for in-person classes, one that opened in Indiana this week had to quarantine students within hours.
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Indiana student tests positive for Covid-19 on first day of school

As an Indiana school district welcomed students to the 2020-21 academic year, one of their students tested positive for Covid-19 on the first day of class, according to a letter sent to parents.
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Student in Indiana tests positive for Covid-19 on first day of school

As an Indiana school district welcomed students to the 2020-21 academic year, one of their students tested positive for Covid-19 on the first day of class, according to a letter sent to parents.
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These 8 Southern California doctors, nurses sacrifice to help hospitals fight coronavirus

An ominous summertime spike in coronavirus cases across Southern California has packed hospitals and made front-line workers’ already stressful jobs even more exhausting. The number of people hospitalized each day with confirmed virus cases in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties climbed from about 2,200 on June 15 to more than 4,000 by July 13, state data show. While hospitalizations appear to have leveled off, deaths are now being reported at record levels in the four cou...
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A Summer Camp Took Almost Every Precaution. The Majority of Kids Still Got COVID-19.

As state officials across the country scramble to solidify plans to reopen schools in the fall, a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzing the transmission rate at a Georgia overnight camp suggests that the spread of the coronavirus among students is inevitable. The study, released Friday, analyzed 597 children and staff who attended the overnight camp between June 21 and June 27. At the end of the week, 76 percent of campers who were tested came back positive—despi...
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