Nutson’s Weekly Automotive News Roundup September 18-24, 2022

Chicago Auto Center – September 25, 2022; Every Sunday, Larry Nutson, Chicago Autobot and Auto Channel Executive Producer, speaks with Auto Channel Michigan Bureau Senior Editor Thom Cannell ) to compile Auto Channel’s “views” on auto news from the past week, condensed into easily digestible news nuggets. Learn more: The full version of today’s news … Read more

Preston Women publishes collection of inspiring children’s books on disability and difference

Joanne and Michelle with Bertie the Very Blind Bat – one of the first books in the “A Little Different” series A Preston woman is inspiring others to reflect on their own personal differences through her collection of disability and difference-based children’s books. advertise Joanne Moore has been working on the “The Bit Different” series … Read more

This week in Loveland history, September 25-October. February 2, 2022 – Loveland Reporter-Herald

10 years ago • Alternatives to Violence hired consultant Leah Johnson of JD Consulting to help plan the safe house development. “This economy has shown us that there is an urgent need for shelter,” said executive director Linda Nelson. • While he has not yet started work, incoming Thompson School District Superintendent Stan Schell met … Read more

News from all over the world

Latino Music Festival at Centennial Square GUANGZHOU – The Guangzhou Latino Music Festival, a free, family-friendly event celebrating community and Latin/Hispanic culture, will take place on Saturdays at Centennial Plaza, 330 Court Ave. NW, from 3-10pm. Entertainment will include live music, bouncing houses, Latin cuisine, vendors, mechanical bulls and games. For more information, visit … Read more

6 books named best business book of the year by the Financial Times

If you’re looking for your next business-focused, engaging and informative reading, the Financial Times has the latest shortlist for the 2022 Business Book Awards. Last year’s winner of “This is how they told me the end of the world,” New York Times reporter Nicole Perlroth’s astounding exploration of cyberattacks and the sophisticated hackers who use … Read more

MUDA Architects’ bookstore roof looks like a “flip book”

Chinese studio MUDA Architects has designed a lakeside bookstore in Chengdu with a roof resembling an upturned book and windows extending below the water level. The building of Xinglong Lake CITIC Bookstore aims to reflect the architectural concept of MUDA Architects, presenting a book that falls from the sky visually. Xinglong Lake CITIC Bookstore designed … Read more

Central Bucks School District Holds March Against Banned Books in Doylestown Over ‘Sexual Content’

A marcher dressed as lawn boyJonathan Evison’s book was banned for its gay content and because it was considered explicit. The other is equipped as All boys are not blueWritten by George M. Johnson, banned for similar reasons. Others wore oversized dust jackets from other books targeted by libraries and school districts for allegedly inappropriate … Read more

Pruitt sees opportunity to reach Gen Z

NASHVILLE (BP) – Now more than ever, churches have the opportunity to step into the brokenness of Generation Z with the hope of the gospel, said Shane Pruitt, National Next Generation Director of the North American Mission Board (NAMB). In a video interview with Baptist Press, Pruitt said the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t creating new problems … Read more

Is Amber Heard’s baby fake?Johnny Depp fans think she rented her daughter

“Aquaman” actress Amber Heard has been silent on all of her social media accounts after she was sued and lost for defamation by ex-husband Johnny Depp. Before she kept quiet, however, she posted regularly on Instagram, adding several photos of her daughter Oonagh Paige Heard to her feed. RELATED: Amber Heard’s Entire Book Reportedly Sparks … Read more