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Some inspirational folks who are aging gracefully; plus, explosion of senior workouts online – Southside Pride

| November 9, 2020

BY DEBRA KEEFER RAMAGE Bruce Springsteen First, let us consider the staggering array of online workouts available these days, especially those geared toward seniors who might have mobility issues. Chair workouts and zero-impact aerobics (ZIP) dominate the list

Clayton: Seahawks revive pass rush but secondary is now the problem – 710 ESPN Seattle

| November 9, 2020

The Seahawks gave up 44 points mostly because of its issues defending the pass. (Getty) What a switch. Entering the season, the Seahawks rightfully worried about their pass rush.

Horoscope Today November 10, 2020: Cancer, Pisces, Aries, and other signs check astrological prediction – The Indian Express

| November 9, 2020

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | November 10, 2020 12:30:40 amHoroscope Today November 10, 2020: The Moon's position today is not considered a classically advantageous one for Taureans, yet it could encourage you to put more effort into a close relationship.ARIES (Mar 12 Apr. 20) The general planetary configuration this week is rather laid back, encouraging you to move along at a slower pace, perhaps a relaxed amble rather than your typical gallop

300 area vets honored with Hometown Heroes banners | News – Salamanca Press

| November 9, 2020

SALAMANCA Hundreds of veterans from the Salamanca area had their military service honored this summer with the implementation of the Hometown Heroes banner program.

Amazing Race 32 | The TARpit Week 4 | Scott Flanary – RobHasAwebsite.com

| November 9, 2020

Race on down to the TARpit for week 4 of Amazing Race coverage. Rob, Jess, and Mike, are back to discuss all-things from the past week inAmazing Race. This amazing team is joined by winner ofAmazing Race season 29, Scott Flanary (@scottflanary)!They discuss social media, respond to listener feedback, and get into all the nitty-gritty from episode 4

The A to Z of Classic Books – The Nerd Daily

| November 9, 2020

Ever wanted to read a classic but never knew where to start? Heres a list of classics, one for every letter of the alphabet! Some are more well known, and some are super obscure, so there will be something for everyone! Agnes Grey Anne Bronte Synopsis: Having lost the family savings on risky investments, Richard Grey removes himself from family life and suffers a bout of depression. Feeling helpless and frustrated, his youngest daughter, Agnes, applies for a job as a governess to the children of a wealthy, upper-class, English family.

Revered Polish Jew, Holocaust survivor joins protests over top appointment at Yad Vashem – Haaretz.com

| November 9, 2020

One of Polands most prominent Jewish citizens and Holocaust survivors has added his voice to the growing controversy over the appointment of Effi Eitam, former politician and military commander, to the top position at Yad Vashem. In a letter sent several days ago to President Reuven Rivlin, historian and journalist Marian Turski warned that Eitams appointment as chairman of the Yad Vashem directorate would greatly undermine Yad Vashems authority around the world. Faced with the global rise of nationalism and populism, a renewed wave of antisemitism and the return of Holocaust denial propaganda, the chairman of Yad Vashem needs to have impeccable moral authority, he wrote in the letter, which was also addressed to Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, chairman of the Yad Vashem council, which oversees the Jerusalem-based museum and commemoration center.

After The Defeat Of Donald Trump, Sacha Baron Cohen Turns His Attention To Mark Zuckerberg – Forbes

| November 9, 2020

Sacha Baron Cohen. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic) Sacha Baron Cohen must be thrilled that Donald Trump, the subject that sparked most of Borat Subsequent Movefilms hijinks, has officially lost the 2020 election to Joe Biden.

Cambridge University agrees to International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of antisemitism – In Your Area

| November 9, 2020

By Alya Zayed The University of Cambridge has agreed to a new definition of antisemitism, with some clarifications to protect free speech.

Fanatics have no right to censor critics. But neither does Emmanuel Macron – The Guardian

| November 9, 2020

Letters complaining about newspaper articles are unexceptional. Not so letters from the lyse Palace. Last week, the Financial Times published, after the killing of teacher Samuel Paty in Paris and of churchgoers in Nice, an article by its Europe correspondent, Mehreen Khan, critical of French president Emmanuel Macrons policies towards Islam.


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