But don’t stop the experienceat music! There are so many ways to get the whole experience of MountainMaryland while you’re here for DelFest. Allegany County offers 60,000 acres ofpublic land between the four state parks and forests, including Rocky Gap StatePark and Green Ridge State Forest; access to the Potomac River and twointernationally-recognized bike trails – the Great Allegheny Passage andC&O Canal Towpath; Rocky Gap Casino Resort; the Western Maryland ScenicRailroad; and two state-designated Main Street and Arts and Entertainmentdistricts – Frostburg and Cumberland, MD. Or hop aboard the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, a 3-hour round-trip heritage train excursion that departs from Cumberland, MD, and ascends the mountain to its destination in Frostburg, MD, and back. We mentioned the Potomac River running alongside the festival grounds, and if it’s water you seek, then water we deliver. Both the Potomac River and Lake Habeeb at Rocky Gap State Park are popular attractions for kayaks, canoes and stand up paddle boards. The Potomac River features several public access points for put-in and take-out and is suited for kayaks, canoes, and inner tube floats. The river’s current carries floaters on a lazy ride, with minimal paddling, making for a rejuvenating and scenic trip on the Potomac. Local outfitters are available to provide shuttles and equipment for a hassle-free adventure. New for 2019, festival attendees can pre-book guided kayak tours, cycling experiences on the Great Allegheny Passage and kid’s fishing packages available during DelFest! Reservations can be made through www.mdmountainside.com/delfest or at www.delfest.com, where festival tickets are also on sale. If you have a taste for adventure and the outdoors, be sure to expand your DelFest experience to include some of these must-do activities. Great Allegheny Passage, Big Savage Overlook The iconic Knobbly Mountain cliffside paints the festival backdrop and the Potomac River runs alongside the festival grounds, providing a cool relief when the weather gets hot, making the setting of the festival a taste of Allegany County, the Mountain Side of Maryland, in miniature. When you’re here for DelFest, you’re family, and the people and the vibe reflect true Appalachian mountain spirit and hospitality. Entertainment Photo Credit DelFest Hiking and Biking Maryland. Be open for it. It doesn’t all have to be outdoors! Allegany County is home to Rocky Gap Casino Resort, where you can play slots, with over 600 machines, or try your luck at table games such as blackjack, roulette, Mississippi Stud, or Three Card Poker. Try the new Exit Strategy Escape Rooms in downtown Cumberland, MD, featuring a speakeasy room, the Untouchables, and an Alice in Wonderland-themed room, Through the Looking Glass. Gather your friends to look for clues, open locks, and decipher messages to solve the puzzle and escape before the clock runs out! As you can see, there is no shortage in ways to explore Allegany County, the Mountain Side of Maryland. Whether you come early, stay late, or play while you’re here for DelFest, we are certain that you will fall in love with Allegany County’s mountain charm, scenic beauty, and one unbelievable festival to kick off summer. Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Canoe on Lake Habeeb, Rocky Gap State Park, Allegany County, MD Play on the Water Allegany County features thetwo internationally-recognized bike trails, the Great Allegheny Passage andC&O Canal Towpath, which connect right here in Cumberland, MD, to create333 miles of uninterrupted bike trails from Washington, DC, to Pittsburgh, PA.With the towpath following the old C&O Canal and the passage following theold Western Maryland Railway line, the trails feature awe-inspiring scenerywith a touch of Allegany County’s historical past. DelFest is Allegany County’spremier bluegrass festival, celebrating the rich legacy of Del McCoury, withworld-class musical collaborations from some of the best-known names inbluegrass music, all within a family-friendly and distinctly unique atmosphere.Taking place Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-26, and hosted by Del McCoury andfamily, DelFest 2019 welcomes to the stage the Del McCoury Band, the Travelin’McCourys, the String Cheese Incident, Tyler Childers, Railroad Earth, TrampledBy Turtles, and many more musical acts playing around the clock for nearly fourdays.
Foundation awards $636,000 in grants aimed at helping kids The Florida Bar Foundation recently awarded $636,000 in grants designed to increase direct legal services provided to children. The grants went to 13 legal aid organizations to dispense civil representation to children in the areas of special education, protection of children in foster care, access to health care, foster care advocacy, and statewide advocacy and support for the protection of children’s rights. The Foundation historically has made grants to specifically protect children’s rights since 1993. ln l999 the Foundation redesigned its children’s legal service grant program to create and energize statewide collaboration by children’s legal services providers and increase the level of legal assistance available to children on a local level, according to Paul Doyle, who coordinates the Foundation’s legal assistance grants. Doyle said the children’s grants fund specifically trained children’s advocates and support pro bono programs which utilize private attorneys to represent children. Those organizations receiving grants include: Central Florida Legal Services for its Legal Services for Children with Special Education Needs program, $47,000; Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center’s Unaccompanied Minors project, $15,000; Florida Legal Services for children’s impact advocacy and clearinghouse state support, $73,500; Florida State University College of Law Children’s Advocacy Center, $60,000; Lawyers for Children America in Miami, $15,000; Legal Aid Service of Broward County’s Education Legal Rights project, $25,000; Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County for educational advocacy, $25,000; Legal Services of North Florida’s Teen Parent Project, $15,500; Legal Services of Greater Miami’s Special Education Advocacy Project, $25,000; Nova Southeastern University’s Children First project, $170,000; Southern Legal Counsel’s Special Education Advocacy Project, $100,000; University of Miami’s Children and Youth Law Clinic, $50,000; and Withlacoochee Area Legal Services in Ocala, $15,000. Foundation awards $636,000 in grants aimed at helping kids October 15, 2001 Regular News
News and Notes Capt. Richard M. Sudder, a University of Miami law graduate, recently completed four years of service in the U.S. Army JAG Corps, which included a stint in Afghanistan where he was the sole defense attorney for more than 10,000 U.S. service members serving Operation Enduring Freedom, advising soldiers on their legal rights under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and defending soldiers facing criminal charges and administrative separations. Seth Rodner of Fowler White Boggs Banker was named chair of the Federal Bar Association’s National Criminal Law Section for 2004-2005. Seth Marmor of Greenspoon, Marder, Hirschfeld, Rafkin, Ross & Berger, in Ft. Lauderdale was the keynote speaker at the Strengthening Broward Families Symposium. He spoke on advanced healthcare directives. Eric A. Gordon of Arnstein & Lehr, LLP was elected membership chair for a one-year term for The Human Resource Association of Palm Beach County beginning in 2005. Additionally Gordon and Harry N. Turk presented an employment law and human resources luncheon seminar at The Bankers Club in Miami titled, “The New Federal Wage & Hour Regulations: The First 60 Days.” Gregory A. Richards, Jr., of Fowler White Boggs Banker was appointed by the Supreme Court of Florida to the 13th Judicial Circuit’s Unlicensed Practice of Law Committee. Tom Regnier of the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office was the recent keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Shakespeare Fellowship in Baltimore. Regnier spoke on “Shakespeare’s Law” and also received the Fellowship’s annual award for outstanding scholarship. David D’Agata, federal judicial law clerk for the Middle District of Florida, recently gave a presentation addressing legal issues arising from Alternative Education Programs at the Education Law Association’s 50th Annual Conference in Tucson, Arizona. Gary D. Wilson of Jill Schwartz & Associates, P.A. in Winter Park recently lectured on “A Practical Approach To Workplace Laws & Their Impact On Your Practice” before the Dental Society of Greater Orlando, and on “Discover The Inside Scoop From the Plaintiff’s Attorney: How to Avoid The Biggest Mistakes Public Sector Employers Make That Result In Large Settlements And Jury Verdicts” at the CEM Public Sector Employment Law 2004 Update. James K. Rubin of The Law Offices of James K. Rubin, P.A., in North Miami Beach, was a guest speaker before members of the City of Hollywood Police Department and the City of Hollywood Code Enforcement Division. Rubin’s topic was “The Role of the Special Magistrate in Code Enforcement Proceedings.” John F. Flanigan of Moyle, Flanigan, Katz, Raymond & Sheehan, P.A., in West Palm Beach was elected to a two-year term as chair of the board of directors of The Audubon Society of Florida. Rebecca Morgan of Stetson University College of Law was presented the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys’ UnAward for her contributions to the advancement of elder law Ed Mullins was selected to be featured in a “Special Tribute to America’s Best Lawyers” that will be broadcast on the Forbes Radio Channel in-flight broadcast. Edward S. Jaffry of Akerman Senterfitt in Tallahassee spoke in Ft. Lauderdale as part of Nova Southeastern University’s Fall Classic. His presentation, “Crossfire: Taking on Your Florida Law Issue Challenges” was a question-answer session on Florida pharmacy law. Donald J. Hayden of Baker & McKenzie in Miami was recently reappointed to serve as the co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation’s International Litigation Committee. Karen L. Goldsmith of Goldsmith, Grout & Lewis, P. A. in Winter Park and Tallahassee recently received the highest honor awarded in long term care by the Florida Health Care Association, the Walter M. Johnson Circle of Excellence Award. Jeanette M. Flores of GrayRobinson in Tampa was elected to serve as president of the Commercial Real Estate Women of Tampa Bay for 2005. Carmen Johnson of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami spoke in Orlando as part of a joint meeting between the Association of Florida Healthcare Auxiliaries and the Florida Association of Directors of Volunteer Services. Her seminar was titled, “Employment Law Concerns for Volunteers.” Eric D. Rapkin of Akerman Senterfitt in Ft. Lauderdale recently spoke at the ICSC U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference on “Construction Work Letters: Achieving What Both Sides Want,” an interactive workshop regarding construction issues in commercial real estate leases. Mike Eidson of Colson Hicks Eidson in Coral Gables was elected vice president of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Thomas A. Sadaka of Berger Singerman participated in a panel discussion dealing with case studies in IT compliance management at Gartner Research’s Symposium ITXPO 2004 in Orlando. Sadaka was a subject matter expert on regulatory compliance and corporate governance as information technology and federal regulatory statutes converge. Jose D. Sosa of Arnstein & Lehr, L.L.P., was named chair of the Young Lawyers Subcommittee on Civility and Professionalism for the Defense Research Institute. Nathaniel L. Doliner of Carlton Fields in Tampa spoke at the Florida Risk and Insurance Management Society Conference in Naples. Doliner was a member of a panel that discussed “Insurance and Credit Based Solutions for Mergers and Acquisitions.” Fred Leonhardt of GrayRobinson in Orlando was recently named 2004’s Most Influential Businessman by the Orlando Business Journal. Jill Schwartz and Andrew G. Wedmore of Jill Schwartz & Associates, P.A., in Winter Park lectured on “The Anatomy of Employment Law: How to Prevent Workplace Lawsuits from Drawing Blood” at the Florida Hospital CME Employment Law Seminar. Additionally, Schwartz was named one of the “Top 5% Of The Best Of The Bar 2004” by the Orlando Business Journal. Kevin A. Raudt was honored by the Anti-Defamation League during its 16th Annual National Philanthropy Day sponsored by the Ft. Lauderdale/Broward Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Carol Salzmann of Akerman Senterfitt in Orlando was elected chair of the City of Orlando Code Enforcement Board. Louis D. Putney of Tampa was elected board vice president of the Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation WMNF Community Radio 88.5 FM. Ervin A. Gonzalez of Colson Hicks Eidson in Miami was a featured speaker at the “Punitive Damages in Florida” legal seminar presented by Lorman Educational Services. directors for 2004-2005.Benchmarks Circuit Judge Eugene J. Fierro of Miami-Dade County was awarded the Diploma of Judicial Skills from the American Academy of Judicial Education. Judge Amy Steele Donner wrote a portion of Florida Pretrial Practice, which was published in August 2004. Judge Richard P. McCully was tapped by the Iron Arrow Society, the highest honor attained at the University of Miami. Judge Cynthia G. Imperato, 17th Judicial Circuit, spoke at the National Association of Bunco Investigators Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Her presentation was titled, “A Judicial Perspective.” Judge Thomas Bateman of the Second Circuit received the 2004 Iris Award, given by the Tallahassee affiliate of the National Alliance of the Mentally Ill. January 1, 2005 News & Notes January 1, 2005 News and Notes
continue reading » Monday’s announcement that the Federal Reserve plans to enter the real-time payments business created as much controversy as the wonky world of back-office processing can muster.FedNow, a “round-the-clock, real-time payment and settlement service,” will offer U.S. financial institutions an alternative to the RTP rails launched late last year by The Clearing House—once it eventually goes live in 2023 or 2024.The Fed’s decision—the source of internal and external debate for months—saw proponents and detractors clustering in unusual coalitions.According to the Fed, more than 90% of responses to its request for comment supported its participation in the real-time arena. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
There might not have been a winner in the presidential election on Tuesday night, but there was a winner in the financial markets: the Nasdaq 100 and tech stocks broadly.Futures contracts tied to the Nasdaq 100 index jumped as much as 4% in overnight trading on Tuesday amid a volatile trading session that saw Dow futures register a nearly 800-point swing from high to low. Through the whipsaws, the Nasdaq 100 remained the relative outperformer. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – The logo of Apple company is seen outside an Apple store in Bordeaux, France, March 22, 2019.Regis Duvignau | Reuters
The Croatian National Tourist Board (CNTB) is conducting a special promotional campaign focused on the promotion of business tourism as one of the key segments of the Croatian tourist offer.The campaign is running to completion December this year in the markets France, USA, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Benelux, Italy, Russia and Slovenia. The communication channels through which the campaign is conducted are social networks (Linkedin), print ads in specialized MICE editions and online advertising channels. “Business tourism is an important tourist product because individual and group business guests are a stable source of demand, which, depending on trends, is most pronounced in the pre- and post-season periods. Research among hoteliers shows that business guests make up 10 to 15 percent of the share of all hotel guests. We will continue to promote this product in key foreign markets with the aim of significantly extending the tourist season”, Said the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić. As they point out in the CNTB, other activities aimed at promoting business tourism are being carried out, and in 2019 they will appear on specialized congress exchanges such as IMEX Frankfurt, IMEX America, IBTM Barcelona and CONVENTA Ljubljana, and there is also the organization and participation in business workshops as part of which meetings are held with key partners. Fairs, Buy and Sell workshopsBe sure to follow the list of fairs as well as Buy and Sell workshops which in practice have proven to be great b2b meetings.Buy Croatia is organized with the aim of directly introducing foreign partners to the tourist offers of certain destinations and / or new tourist products, while business workshops “Sell Croatia” (B2B workshop) are held between Croatian tourism entities and foreign partners, but characteristic of the concept “Sell Croatia ”is the holding of workshops on emitting markets.See more about Sell and Buy workshops HEREAre you on the list of congress tourism service providers? See if your offer and hotel is among the service providers in congress tourism, if not, be sure to contact the CNTB so that you can be among the service providers for congress tourism ( HERE )List of fairs in 2019List of fairs in 2019 organized by the Main Office of the Croatian National Tourist Board. At these fairs, there is the possibility of co-exhibiting in a smaller or larger co-exhibition space, depending on the size of the stand and the position within the stand. See more in the attachment below about the conditionsSide dish:LIST OF FAIRS in 2019 And yes for the end, be sure to take advantage for more information on markets and foreign partners representations of the CNTB, they are there for you and surely they know the individual market best. And there are interesting ones emission market profiles which give a brief insight into each market.
Output slashed The biggest oil companies “have the scale and money to change away from fossil fuels over time and face a stark choice on when to do so,” Warwick professor Elmes said.Alongside BP’s cuts — set to reduce its production by 40 percent of 2019 levels over the coming decade — the London-based giant said it would multiply investments in renewable energies by 10 times over the same period.”This coming decade is critical for the world in the fight against climate change, and to drive the necessary change in global energy systems will require action from everyone,” chief executive Bernard Looney said. Nevertheless, rating agency Standard and Poor’s recalled that across the industry, “the proportion of public communications about greener strategies or renewable initiatives by these companies has not been matched by the share of non-oil and gas investment planned”.Renewable energy is likely to fall far short of the profit margins achievable with hydrocarbons, the credit analysts said.”Overall, we expect oil and gas to remain the largest contributor to supermajors’ cash generation for many years,” they added. With oil prices blasted by a double blow of oversupply and demand throttled by the coronavirus crisis, some industry giants are eyeing less polluting investments as bets on a less hydrocarbon-heavy future.The world’s top five oil firms — BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Total — reported combined losses of $53 billion for the second quarter in recent days.BP announced it would cut production by the equivalent of a million barrels of oil per day until 2030 as part of a plan to reach “net zero” greenhouse emissions by mid-century. Topics : “If there was ever a moment to reset, this is it,” said Luke Parker of energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie.”Our view is that BP has taken the prudent course of action.”In recent months, producer countries have been slow to reduce the amount of oil flooding the market even as major consumers like the airline industry saw operations pared back to almost nothing.In April, oil prices even fell into negative territory for the first time in history as traders scrambled to offload stock. ‘Stranded fossil assets’ “If I were an investor in oil and gas, I would be worried that I would be putting my money in an outdated and risky industry,” said Arthur van Benthem, an associate professor at Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business School.The fossil firms’ results were not only undermined by reduced activity from the pandemic, but also massive write-downs in the value of their most precious assets – their as-yet untapped oil and gas reserves.”These assets will either be less profitable when they come on line, or not be produced at all at the future prices now expected,” said professor David Elmes of Warwick Business School.By themselves, forecasts for low energy prices to persist into the coming years can’t explain the sizes of the write-downs.Rather, they are “part of a longer trend in which the rapid pace at which renewable energy is becoming competitive is putting traditional energy companies at risk,” van Benthem said.”Large investment companies, insurers, central banks, and others are warning the market about ‘stranded fossil assets’… the renewable energy market seems a much safer bet.”As companies look to cut costs, new approvals for oil and gas projects could plunge by 75 percent this year, Rystad Energy analysts predict, rather than holding steady as previously expected. The impact has accelerated a strategic rethink for some oil companies.Even before the pandemic struck they could see governments stepping up plans to reach net zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the fight against climate change.
He said owners moving out of town for work were usually very keen to sell, and many of those homes were in up-and-coming suburbs. “December is generally a dead month with little movement in the market, but we see an influx of buyers in January,” he said. “The three highest growth suburbs in 2018 were Trinity Beach, Redlynch and Brinsmead, but people are starting to move away from there and to the city fringe suburbs. >> SIGN UP NOW: CAIRNS POST DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION FOR $5 A MONTH Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:06Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:06 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p270p270p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHouse prices: Australia’s property market facing longest downturn in decades01:07JANUARY is set to be a homebuyer’s delight, with the lowest prices of the financial year forecast for the month. But sellers will have to be prepared to bargain if they are determined to sell their home. First National sales consultant Chris Eustace said prices for family homes were extremely low in January. “From a buyer’s perspective, January is the most opportune time to buy a home,” he said. “You can pick up a house at a much better price than you could at auction in December, and you can privately negotiate the price.” Carpenter Josh Hiles out the front of his first home in Bungalow that he and his wife have recently purchased to renovate. PICTURE: STEWART MCLEANMore from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“So if you want to buy in a growth area, look at Bungalow, Westcourt and Parramatta Park.“But for a bargain, look towards the northern beaches.” He said there was a sure way for buyers to show sellers that their offers were serious. “Make sure your finance is ready, with a letter saying that you’re approved,” he said. “As an agent, I know that taking that letter to the vendor and telling them that the buyer is serious and has their finance approved will show that the buyer is serious.”
Australian dredging and civil construction company Hall Contracting has recently added a $1.3 million amphibious dredge to its fleet.The company’s CEO Cameron Hall also announced plans to purchase an additional four of the European machines over the coming months.Mr Hall said that the dredge – recently christened Mooloolah River – is currently the only vessel in the company’s fleet of 11 dredges with the ability to operate both on land and in water.“The dredge can undertake everything from excavating dry ground and installing piles, right through to dredging sediment from waterways and clearing rubbish using a variety of interchangeable attachments,” Mr Hall said.“Traditionally, these works could only be completed using a number of different machines, so the Mooloolah River will revolutionize how we work and generate efficiencies,” added Mr Hall.According to him, the dredge only requires one person to operate it and, in most cases, there is no need for tugboats, assisting vessels, additional anchors or winches, keeping costs and completion timeframes to a minimum.The dredge’s highly mobile and compact design will allow Hall Contracting to tackle a wide range of shallow water projects that previously would have posed accessibility challenges.“One of the common obstacles we face with dredging projects is working within small, hard-to-reach locations like small industrial waste ponds, marinas and sewage treatment plants that aren’t big enough to accommodate larger dredging vessels,” he said.“We have already had an opportunity to put it to the test in our home state of Queensland, where we successfully dredged around 5,000 cubic meters in a restricted space. Its strong performance has encouraged us to purchase another four machines,” added Mr Hall.Mr Hall said that the dredge was especially useful in dredging polluted waterways and toxic sediment.“We’re able to attach the clamshell bucket when working on environmentally sensitive projects, minimizing sediment disturbance,” he said. “The dredge also has the ability to pump soils containing substantial amounts of litter, eliminating the need for an excavator.”The Mooloolah River will journey to a coal mine in Central Queensland shortly to undertake tailings dredging works.Hall Contracting is planing to use the machine in deepening shallow waterways; cleaning urban canals, rivers and mine tailings ponds; and undertaking flood mitigation works. It is currently the only dredge of its kind in the state.
According to reports from Italian outlet Calciomercato.com, Maurizio Sarri’s side have contacted the 19-year old’s agent in an attempt to beat La Blaugrana in the race to sign him. Both sides are reportedly targeting a new right back ahead of the 2020-21 campaign, with doubts over Nelson Semedo’s future at , and Juan Cuadrado filling in for Sarri, following Joao Cancelo’s move to Manchester City. Read Also: La Liga: Spanish capital prepares for Real Madrid title paradeAjax CEO Edwin van der Sar has stated they will not allow star players to leave for reduced prices, after seeing Frenkie De Jong, Matthijs De Ligt and Hakim Ziyech leave in the last 12 months.Dest is under contract with the Eredivisie club until 2022, and he could be available for a fee of around €18-20m.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Serie A leaders Juventus could potentially spark a summer bidding war with Barcelona for highly rated Ajax full back Sergino Dest. The Catalans have been heavily linked with a move for the USA international after an excellent breakthrough season in the Netherlands.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content6 Best 90’s Action Movies From Your ChildhoodWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs