Jeff Wright, age 24, says that in 2015, he read an article in High Times magazine about a vaporizer called the Waxxy, which was manufactured by a California company called Kandy Pens. There was a problem: Wright, who started his own vaporizer company in Tamarac in 2014, owns the Waxxy name. He contends the man who owns Kandy Pens, Graham Gibson, knowingly stole it.
Sometimes the most life changing lessons happen outside the perimeter of campus. But you don’t always know that until you arrive. Immerse yourself in another culture while earning credit. John James Audubon prints reflect the artist’s great interest in ornithology. In Paris, he had drawn many birds; in Pennsylvania once he settled there, he pursued the convergence of his art and his love for nature in general and birds in particular. The result was a lifetime spent creating one of the most comprehensive artistic collections of all time, as well as some of the most faithfully rendered depictions of wildlife by an artist, ever..
Know, we see a new palace here, said Ramon Jimenez, a local Bronx activist and attorney. The contrast of the palace and the way people live here is quite evident. Got a raw deal, said Bronx resident Manuel Rodriguez. Dust and other particulates cause a wide range of damage to the lungs. If the dust settles in the nose, it may lead to rhinitis, an inflammation of the mucous membrane. If the particle attacks the larger air passages, inflammation of the trachea (tracheitis) or the bronchi (bronchitis) may be seen.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High’s students returned to class Wednesday morning, exactly two weeks after a gunman opened fire with an AR 15 in a school building, killing 14 students and three school staff members. History. It sparked a nationwide debate over school safety, with student survivors calling for dramatic changes to gun laws..
A. Because the school will be much more visible, we also think that the importance of the arts at Columbia will become more visible. We will be able to open Lenfest to everyone in the surrounding neighborhoods. Just want to thank Jeannette Knauff for sharing her amazing scrapbook from the 1907 Hillsboro centennial, which we profiled last week. Several folks have stopped in the office to enjoy browsing the scrapbook. It will be here for a few more days, so make sure to stop in if you would like to examine it..
“We are fortunate to have Agns join us at Columbia,” said Bollinger. “Her human rights and freedom of expression work is widely recognized among leaders in this field, and she has distinguished herself as both a scholar and tenacious advocate. I have no doubt that her intellect and focus will help to galvanize the engagement of faculty and students across the University from law and international affairs to journalism and the arts and sciences.”.