Hazelton Capital Partners 3Q21 Commentary: REGI And MU

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Hazelton Capital Partners commentary for the third quarter ended September 2021, discussing their top holdings; Renewable Energy Group Inc (NASDAQ:REGI) and Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU). Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Dear Partner, Hazelton Capital Partners, LLC (the “Fund”) declined by 7.8% from May 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021 and has returned 7.0% year-to-date. By comparison, the S&P 500 returned 0.6% during the same quarter and 15.9% year-to-date. The Quarter in ReviewHazelton Capital Partners ended the 3rd quarter with a portfolio of 16 equity positions and … Read More “Hazelton Capital Partners 3Q21 Commentary: REGI And MU”

Final vote completes redistricting of Georgia General Assembly

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — The Georgia General Assembly finalized new legislative maps Monday with district boundaries drawn to ensure Republicans maintain control at the Capitol as Democrats gain ground in a changing state. The state House voted 96-70 on maps that redistrict the state Senate, sending the bill to Gov. Brian Kemp for his signature. The Senate already signed off on maps for both chambers last week, and state lawmakers will next focus on Georgia’s 14 congressional districts. The completion of state redistricting cements Republican majorities at the Georgia Capitol heading into next year’s electio… Read More “Final vote completes redistricting of Georgia General Assembly”

N.J. earns a C+ in preventing pre-term births, slightly better than the rest of the U.S.

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Nearly one out of every 10 children in New Jersey was born prematurely last year, putting them at risk for developmental delays, health problems and death, according to the latest March of Dimes report card measuring maternal and infant health. Released Monday, the report gave New Jersey a “C+” for its efforts, a couple of notches above the nation’s “C-” grade, the report said. There was also a bit of good news: last year, there were 4.8% percent fewer babies born pre-term, defined as before 37 weeks, nationally. Yet two babies died “every single hour” before their first birthday, and one moth… Read More “N.J. earns a C+ in preventing pre-term births, slightly better than the rest of the U.S.”

NHL Power Rankings: Post Week 5

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Another week, another edition of NHL Power Rankings. Things have certainly changed this week, so buckle up for some big and unexpected movers and shakers. Remember, as always, a loss or win doesn’t always mean that one team will be ranked higher than a team they beat or lost to. Without further ado, let’s dive in. Numbers in parentheses reference last week’s rankings and all stats are current as of 11/14 No.32: Arizona Coyotes (+0)Man, this team is bad. They are the only team in the league that scored less than 25 goals. Not to mention they still have an atrocious goal differential sitting at … Read More “NHL Power Rankings: Post Week 5”

Biden, needing a boost, to sign $1 trillion infrastructure bill

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By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In need of a political boost, President Joe Biden will sign a $1 trillion infrastructure bill on Monday at a ceremony expected to draw Democrats and some Republicans who were instrumental in getting the legislation passed. The measure is expected to create jobs across the country by dispersing billions of dollars to state and local governments to fix crumbling bridges and roads, and expanding broadband internet access to millions of Americans. The White House said on Sunday that Biden named former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu to supervise implementat… Read More “Biden, needing a boost, to sign $1 trillion infrastructure bill”

Asia cities find innovative solutions to create future cities

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NNA Business News

By Celine Chen SINGAPORE, NNA – Asia Pacific cities including those in Southeast Asia are beginning to break ground in exploring innovative responses to sustainability and inclusion challenges as they build future smart metropolises across the region. A new report by MIT Technology Review Insights said leading cities are pioneering sustainable innovation, offering solutions for overcoming social, economic, and ecological challenges to their peers in the region as well as globally. Findings for the report clearly show how inclusive tech can make cities better for everyone, said MIT Technology R… Read More “Asia cities find innovative solutions to create future cities”

Comfort-food favorite French bread pizza is back — and the one you make can be the best ever

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Mention French bread pizza, and people have feelings. The reason is right there on the Stouffer’s French Bread Pizza box, below the cozy logo of the name inside the outline of a pot: “Celebrating 40 Years,” it says in a cursive flourish, and, elsewhere, “Back to the Taste You Love,” with “Love” inside the shape of a heart. (Somewhat unnervingly, the box also feels the need to specify, “Made with 100% real cheese” and that the pepperoni contains “pork, chicken & beef.” Chicken seems weird for pepperoni-making, but then chicken is cheap, and so is Stouffer’s French Bread Pizza — a box … Read More “Comfort-food favorite French bread pizza is back — and the one you make can be the best ever”

Kazakh professor: Aliyev’s awarding important event of Turkic Council summit

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By Trend Awarding the Supreme Order of the Turkic World to President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev is an important event of the VIII Summit of the Turkic Council, Associate Professor of the Scientific and Educational Department of International Relations and Management at Narxoz University of Almaty (Kazakhstan) Saken Mukan told Trend. According to Mukan, the World community closely watched last year’s 44-day second Karabakh war, the courage, which the Azerbaijani people have shown, fighting for the restoration of their country’s territorial integrity. “A significant factor is that during Azerbai… Read More “Kazakh professor: Aliyev’s awarding important event of Turkic Council summit”

Is Fondue a Sex Thing?

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By Kayla Kibbe As someone with zero interest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I never thought I’d start an article like this, but in the 2011 film Captain America: The First Avenger, an amusing misunderstanding takes place when the titular hero mistakes fondue for a sex act after love interest Peggy Carter informs him she and Howard Stark shared a pot of melted cheese. Stark later informs a flustered Captain that “fondue is just bread and cheese, my friend.” But is it? As it turns out, the internet happens to be home to a smattering of evidence to suggest that fondue — while not as explicitly… Read More “Is Fondue a Sex Thing?”

Sea-Tac completes construction of north concourse in time for anticipated travel spike

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Just days before the U.S. opened its borders to vaccinated international travelers, the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport celebrated the end of major construction in its North Satellite Modernization Project. The North Satellite building is nearly 50 years old, and the estimated $710 million renovation that began in 2017 includes significant seismic upgrades, 20 gates (8 new, 12 remodeled) and some sustainability features: captured rainwater to flush toilets, around $21 million of recycled construction materials used in the project, and renewable natural gas, a lower-carbon altern… Read More “Sea-Tac completes construction of north concourse in time for anticipated travel spike”