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Swiss Chard Rolls Recipe To Transform Boring Leftovers

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Transform boring leftovers into delicious vegan bites with this recipe for Swiss chard rolls.

If you’re the kind of person who hates eating the same thing every day, leftovers are a particular kind of conundrum. On the one hand, it took a lot of willpower to actually make food instead of ordering from Seamless yet again and you want to enjoy the fruits of your labor. (Not to mention, you don’t want to waste food.) On the other hand… you’re

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Employers woo job seekers as local hiring picks up | News

Looking for a job? Keep reading. Even if you missed Saturday’s job fair at the Cullman Aquatic Center, several local employers are keeping open the lines of communication to court job seekers, as the area emerges from the summer-long public health lockdown, rolls up its sleeves, and cautiously gets back to work.

A dozen local industries and businesses turned out for the job fair, hosted by the Cullman-covered Region 1 division of workforce services nonprofit North AlabamaWorks!. Large local employers like Walmart, Topre, Rehau, AGCOR Steel, HomTex, NAFCO, HH Technologies, Rusken Packaging and more showed up to engage with potential recruits; joined by newer locally-operated businesses like Sequence Health and Busted Knuckle Off Road — a Dodge City company that outfits and customizes high-end parts and accessories for recreational all-terrain enthusiasts.

Even though Cullman County continues to enjoy the state’s second-lowest unemployment rate at 5.4 percent (edged out slightly during

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Chris Rock Isn’t Alone: When Comedians Get Serious – E! Online

Chris Rock isn’t laughing.

After years of cracking audiences up with his comedy and movies, the Saturday Night Live veteran is getting serious with his starring role in the long-awaited fourth installment of FX’s Fargo, creator Noah Hawley‘s hit anthology adaptation of the Coen brothers’ classic film.

Premiering on Sunday, Sept. 27, after a pandemic-induced delay—there were just two episodes left to film before COVID shut down the industry back in March—the new season, set in 1950s Kansas City, finds Rock playing mob boss Loy Cannon. Not only is it the first meaty dramatic role in his career, but it also marks the first-ever time he’s starred in a scripted series ever. Talk about a learning curve.

As he told The Hollywood Reporter, the job required more from him than he’d initially expected, forcing him to set aside plans to work on new stand-up material until filming

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Brick Sets Trunk Or Treat With Coronavirus Restrictions

BRICK, NJ — Brick Township will hold its annual Trunk or Treat event, but the 2020 version will be modified due to the coronavirus pandemic, township officials announced.

The event is set for Oct. 23 (with a rain date of Oct. 30) at the Drum Point Sports Complex.

“Trunk or Treat is an event where residents, local organizations and businesses bring their vehicles, decorate them, pop the trunk and hand out treats. It has become one of the most popular events in Brick Township and Mayor Ducey and the Council wanted to make sure it was available to Brick’s young people this year,” township officials said.

The following modifications have been put in to place for this year’s Trunk or Treat:

The event is open to Brick residents only and you must provide valid ID and proof of residence.

There will be three sessions: 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8

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2 Anchorage dancers are competing against the world’s best breakers

Brianna Pritchard’s mornings begin at 3 a.m. on the wooden floors of her home studio in Anchorage, practicing drills, working with mentors across the U.S. and as far away as Finland, and rehearsing choreography — all before work starts at 7 a.m. Pritchard is dedicated. After all, she is the only competitive female breakdancer in Alaska.

Pritchard, also known as Snap1, is competing in the prestigious Red Bull BC One E-Battle, an online breaking contest that pits dancers from across the globe against the world’s most talented B-boys and B-girls.

“I grew up surrounded by B-boys and men, and that’s fine — that has actually really developed my style of breaking,” Snap1 said. “I don’t dance like most B-girls because I was around a masculine type of style. I had worked really hard to be as strong as them, as explosive as them, have as much endurance as them and

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Take A Field Trip To Monterey County, Calif. This Fall | State

MONTEREY, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — This fall, Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau (Monterey County CVB) is inviting travelers to give themselves a “permission slip” to break away from the ordinary and indulge in a customized field trip in the stunning California central coast destination. Known for its extraordinary experiences – from exploring the Monterey Bay’s tide pools and hiking lush terrain to immersing in the area’s rich agricultural offerings, visitors can choose from a variety of journeys to reinvigorate the soul. Full details can be found at SeeMonterey.com/Field-Trip.

“We all remember the sense of wonder and excitement with the anticipation of a field trip, which is what we are hoping to evoke with this fall-timed campaign,” said Rob O’Keefe, president and CEO of Monterey County CVB. “Peoples’ lives and routines have changed drastically in the past several months, and we want to encourage them to

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Lompoc’s Beattie Park to Boast Largest Inclusive Playground in County | Homes & Lifestyle

Facility’s design utilized suggestions from the community

September 30, 2020
| 4:21 p.m.

Work at Beattie Park is expected to be finished by the end of October.Click to view larger

Work at Beattie Park is expected to be finished by the end of October. (Courtesy photo)

Construction is underway on a new, grant-funded playground and fitness area at Beattie Park in Lompoc, The recreation facility will have the distinction of being the largest inclusive playground in Santa Barbara County.

In addition, Beattie Park’s new playground has been named a Triple National Demonstration Site, meeting stringent design standards in three categories: inclusive playground design, youth play, and adult fitness.

The design selected incorporates suggestions from an online community survey in April that garnered 645 responses. Among the playground’s features are a giant modern tower with a view of the park, an inclusive play space with ramps leading up to three different height levels and accessible components.

The playground also showcases the “sensory wave climber” with integrated sensory panels,

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City of Temple unveils updated website | News

The city of Temple’s website now has a fresher, more modern look.

The city recently launched a newly redesigned templetx.gov that officials said is focused on improving residents’ access to information, public services and boosting community engagement, according to a news release.

The redesign, development and training fee was $18,450, according to the city. After that, the municipal government will pay an annual hosting and support fee of $8,925.

“We are focused on improving the quality of life for our residents, and that includes improving our residents’ digital experience with us,” Marketing and Communications Director Heather Bates said. “Our new site is beautiful and is easy to work with. It’s informative, interactive and user-friendly — all the things we want to provide for our residents.”

Temple’s previous site was hosted with Civic Plus. The new site is with Revize, which also hosts the sites for the city of Belton and

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Federal decision to keep Snake River dams in place is now official; dam debate is far from over

Federal agencies have finalized a plan that will keep the Snake River Dams in place. It allows for more springtime spill over dams to help juvenile salmon migrating out to the Pacific Ocean.

After four years of study, the Record of Decision makes the federal agencies’ preferred option official. Managers and dam supporters say it will benefit salmon, reliable hydropower and the economy.

“(The decision) also provides flexibility for the future, so we can improve as the science advances,” said John Hairston, acting administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration.

BPA, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation approved the decision.

“The document evaluates the necessary response between responsible environmental stewardship and the multiple uses of the Columbia River System,” said Lorri Gray, regional director with the Bureau of Reclamation.

River uses at odds

Some of the uses are at odds: navigation to and from Lewiston, Idaho,

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