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Weather officials are urging vigilance after Tropical Storm Trases formed over waters just north of the main island of Okinawa in southwestern Japan. The Meteorological Agency said a tropical depression developed into a tropical storm over waters 40 kilometers north of Naha city at noon on Sunday. Agency officials warn of heavy rain, high winds …

Constantly exploring its long-standing heritage in travel, a constant source of inspiration within each collection, the House presents an ode to the seasonal ritual of departure for seaside resorts. The Gucci Resort collection features a selection of items unique to the world’s top travel destinations, transforming the vacation wardrobe into a colorful travel diary. Bags, …

The Footmark Corp. “Shine Guard” Long Sleeve Swimsuit is seen in the Sumida district of Tokyo on July 7, 2022. (Mainichi/Maki Nakajima) TOKYO — As swimming lessons have resumed in many Japanese schools for the first time in three years, parents are confused about some schools’ rules regarding …

July 27, 2022 Joyce Mann, director of USC Price’s International Program in Public Policy and Management (IPPAM), died unexpectedly on June 27 as she prepared to leave her home for work. She was 65 years old. We remember her here in photos and quotes from some of the many people who knew and loved her. …

Bernadine “Bernie” Dorothy Jundt died July 24 at Sanford Fargo Hospice House. Bernie was born on October 10, 1933 in Berwick, North Dakota. Education began at a country school, moving to Towner, North Dakota and graduating from Rugby High School. Bernie married Edward “Ed” Jundt in 1951. Ed left for service and was stationed in …

Leonard Finz could have remained a group musician in the US Army during World War II, but he put down his saxophone and instead joined his comrades overseas. On Saturday, the decorated veteran was formally inducted into the U.S. Army Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame, earning a spot alongside dignitaries including former Senator Bob …

Leonard Finz could have remained a group musician in the US Army during World War II, but he put down his saxophone and instead joined his comrades overseas. On Saturday, the decorated veteran was formally inducted into the U.S. Army Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame, earning a spot alongside dignitaries including former Senator Bob …

Due to recent electric two-wheeler fire incidents, the union Department of Transportation and Highways is issuing notices to CEOs and Managing Directors of e2W scooter manufacturers. The government is awaiting their answers, on which the rest of things will depend, according to a financial daily. The show cause notices would ask business owners to respond …

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Contributor Tim Neville has spent years on the road finding off-the-grid destinations to write about for Outside. So when he says these are the most memorable meals he’s had after a day of adventures, that really means something. The meals a world traveler can’t help but dream of Tim Neville has been around the …

Elva Bergstedt (born Elva Eileen Ray) passed away comfortably in her sleep on Sunday, July 10 at Cottagewood Senior Community in Rochester, MN. She was born in 1921 and raised on a farm near Ashippun, WI, where she developed a love of nature’s beauty and mystery that stayed with her throughout her life. She attended …

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Saimin is a local favorite. In fact, it’s unique to Hawaii. Considered the quintessential comfort food, saimin dates back to the plantation era, when Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, and Hawaiian workers brought their own ingredients and collaborated on a quick and easy meal. While ramen noodles are made from wheat flour, saimin is …

Kenneth Kay Shepard was born on March 6, 1940 at St. Francis Hospital in Peoria, Illinois. He was the eldest of Marion and Viola Shepard’s four children. He graduated from East Peoria High School in 1957 and then attended Greenville College, Greenville, Illinois, where he received a degree in physics in 1962. He received his …

[NoHo Arts District, CA] – Teruko Nakajima’s award-winning world premiere solo exhibition, MADE IN AMERICA, at the Dorie Theater runs through July 31.

Image source: FREEPIK Electric vehicle The government has formed a committee to formulate new guidelines for electric vehicles (EVs) and the sources say it is expected to submit its report by this month. The Indian government has been alarmed by the increase in cases of electric vehicle fires in India. This led the government to …

Two community-organized stages, 16 food trucks and dozens of booths ranging from arts to health will fill Wright Park on July 23-24 at Mosaic, Tacoma’s arts and culture festival. Okra. Falafel. Lumpia. Henna, jewelry, coffee, African prints, cupcakes. Tacoma’s Wright Park will sparkle in a mosaic of global culture, food and community service on July …

BOONE, Iowa—Leonard Dean Sternquist, 88, of Boone, Iowa, died at VA Central Iowa Health CareCommunity Living Center in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, June 30, 2022. He had been a resident of the Community Living Center since June 7, 2022. Leonard was born September 19, 1933 in Boone, Iowa, the son of Leonard T. and …

Electric scooters have had a tumultuous past in the country, given their history of dangerous incendiary incidents. In the height of summer, several electric scooters caught fire across the country, most of which were suspected to be from poor thermal management of the battery system or substandard batteries. Government sends show cause notice to e-scooter …

Electric scooters have had a tumultuous past in the country, given their history of dangerous incendiary incidents. In the height of summer, several electric scooters caught fire across the country, most of which were suspected to be from poor thermal management of the battery system or substandard batteries. Government sends show cause notice to e-scooter …

Naha- Two Chinese coastguard vessels entered Japanese territorial waters near the Senkakus on Tuesday, a day after a Chinese navy vessel was spotted near the islands claimed by China, as tensions continue to escalate. intensify between Tokyo and Beijing despite the approach of the 50th anniversary of the normalization of tie diplomacy. The Japanese Coast …

In evidence of a new impetus for the domestic electric vehicle industry, the Indian government recently reduced the GST on lithium-ion batteries from 18% to 5%; giving rise to a wide possibility of Indian EVs at a much lower cost, as 50% of the cost of the EV comes from the price of its battery. …

AISHO, Shiga Prefecture–Residents here have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help a school affected by COVID-19 that was created as a lifeline for Brazilian children struggling to adapt to life in the Japan. About 80 children from Shiga Prefecture of all ages up to 18 now attend Colegio Santana in Ashio. The school is not …