November 29, 2021 – Talking about dreadful illnesses might not be your idea of ​​a fun vacation talk, but Lydia Kang, MD, co-author of Patient Zero: A Curious History of the Worst Diseases in the World, think it should be. After all, we are in the midst of a pandemic,Read More →

Strong points Variant of Omicron seen spreading, but impact uncertain Expected increase in refining cycles in December Global refining margins showed a weaker trend for the week ended November 26 as refiners completed seasonal plant maintenance and restarted their plants, but by the end of the week concerns over theRead More →

Photo layout apps, which can help you quickly and easily create eye-catching photo collages and montages, are an absolute boon for those of us who aren’t conveniently blessed with crazy Photoshop skills. After testing dozens of them, now we can bring you, in alphabetical order, the top five free photoRead More →

“It captures the essence of Petersburg, its heart and soul” – Bill Nicholson PETERSBURG — Philanthropist Bill Nicholson is contributing to the Petersburg Public Library with one of his favorite Catherine Venable paintings, aptly titled ‘The Page Turner.’ “It captures the essence of Petersburg, its heart and soul,” Nicholson said.Read More →