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Five companies were awarded licenses in November to grow and distribute the new low THC forms of the drug and some have now hired lobbyists. Costa Farms, a giant Miami based grower of fruits and vegetables, wants to expand the list of ailments for which low THC marijuana can be prescribed so it can broaden its market. It gave $88,000 to the political committees of the top players, including $35,000 each to the sponsors of their bills Sen.
Now the conversation moves to a more formal stage, keeping in mind that one size won’t serve all. “It can’t serve all the needs out there,” Diehl said. “There are some divergent interests.” The primary need is one of space. We explore how to digitally augment musical instruments by connecting them to their social histories. We describe the use of Internet of Things technologies to connect an acoustic guitar to its digital footprint ” a record of how it was designed, built and played. We introduce the approach of crafting interactive decorative inlay into the body of an instrument that can then be scanned using mobile devices to reveal its digital footprint.
Anyone who is a regular reader of my blog will know that I am PASSIONATE about designing great handbags. Not just handbags that look amazing(although that is also a must) but bags that are functional and make our lives easier. As a mum to 3 active and crazy little girls, I often find myself at the park, running errands or basically acting as a taxi, dropping off and picking up (anyone else relate?).
Island Bites: Arroz Chino Boricua (Puerto Rican Fried Rice) 2 years agoChinese restaurants are very popular in Puerto Rico. Most of them have adapted many Puerto Rican dishes into their menu, creating a unique and exciting fusion cuisine.3Food and CookingIslandBites: Pickled Green Bananas (Guineitos en escabeche) 11 months agoGuineos en escabeche are a staple in Puerto Rican cuisine during the Holidays. This side dish is made with green bananas.
I have music in my head, the jingle of those old names, Wadala, Matunga, Koliwada, Sakinaka, and as I cross the causeway I can hear the steady, eternal beat of the sea, and I am filled with a terrible longing. While detective fiction has been linked to imperialism and constructions of race from its earliest origins, recent developments signal the evolution of the genre into a potent framework for narrating the complexities of identity, citizenship, and justice in a postcolonial world. The essays explore detective stories set in Latin America, the Caribbean, India, and North America, including novels that view the American metropolis from the point of view of Asian American, African American, or Latino characters.