• Modular Construction Technology Comes Far and Fast During the Pandemic – Commercial Observer

    by admin on 2022-10-09 16:12:27

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    Six years ago, 461 Dean Street — then and now the nation’s tallest modular apartment building at 32 stories — opened its doors on Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The 363-unit tower had been p

  • Maryland Fishing Report – October 5

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:57:24

    This group of happy anglers each caught a striped bass prior to the big storm. Photo by Travis Long

    Welcome to the great month of “Rocktober!” The recent wind and rain from the remnants of Hurricane Ian has created difficult conditions, but the weather should be improving soon. A

  • Miss Olivia: Some dishes are worth the time, effort | Olivia Sipe | thedailytimes.com

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    These stuffed shells have both a cream sauce and a tomato sauce, which includes onion, celery, zucchini, yellow squash, carrot and garlic.

    Dipping pears in lime vinaigrette keeps them looking fresh in this s

  • Make Crispier Fried Chicken by Double-Frying, Karaage Style

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:57:10

    The best karaage chicken I ever ate was at a Japanese restaurant down in the Bowery area of New York City called Bessou . The restaurant took great pride in highlighting the wonders of Japanese comfort food, and that cozy feeling of wellbeing came in one single dish–their karaage chicken, w

  • Linux 6.0 is Faster, Cooler | Debian Goes Proprietary | Google Africa Region - DevOps.com

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:57:02

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    Welcome to The Long View—where we peruse the news of the week and strip it to the essentials. Let’s work out what really

  • Grape growers struggle with shelf life under harsh new logistical realities

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:56:54

    Jan Lievens, a specialist on table grape and fruit postharvest technology in general, has long been advocating for a mindset change to preserve grape quality from the moment the fruit is cut.

    Right: on table grapes, an objective is maintaining the green stems 

    He says that has nev

  • South African oranges: EU publishes stricter import regulations

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:56:52

    The European Union will on Friday implement stricter import regulations for South African oranges in a bid to limit the entry of the False Codling Moth (FMC) pest.

    The South African citrus industry had severely opposed the new rules, saying that they are "disproportionate and unfeasible"

  • 5 Cool Drag Cars From LS Fest 2022

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:56:31

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    Holley’s LS Fest is one of those events that attracts a plethora of really cool vehicles. Every corner of famed Beech Bend Raceway Park is covered with all kinds of LS-powered machines, and the drag racing portion of LS Fest has some uniq

  • Dada, WADA and a whole new season of art • St Pete Catalyst

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:56:28

    It’s the St. Pete equivalent of fall foliage – a sudden burst of color coming from our closely-knit visual arts community. Saturday brings the October edition of the monthly Second Saturday ArtWalk, which is always a treat once the fall calendar rolls around and the evening air is bit cool

  • Portola Festival organizers apologize to Bay Area residents over noise complaints | Datebook

    by admin on 2022-10-08 05:56:26

    The organizers of the Portola Festival, which was held last month at San Francisco’s Pier 80, have replied to a series of noise complaints by sending letters to Bay Area residents apologizing for the “disturbance” and promising to do better next time.

    “We did receive some compla