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Rise of the $45,000 proposal: From lavish getaways to flash-mobs, how grooms-to-be are splashing out on the big question

From planned flash mobs to hiring Pulitzer-prize winning photographers to capture the occasion, these extravagant engagements are the ... According to a recent survey on HowHeAsked.com, 75per cent of ... read more

How Uber can help the GOP gain control of the cities

A big part of their base is the unions now facing off against such disruptive innovations as Uber, Lyft ... share-economy startups as some limited government conspiracy because — gasp — they seek to ... read more

Dragons Are for White Kids with Money: On the Friction of Geekdom and Race

I love Stranger Things, not just because it is pure nostalgia for the films that helped shaped my early childhood, but for the simple fact ... or my friends simply did not want to associate themselves ... read more

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‘Not all machines are evil,’ and other thoughts on California’s changing economy

From early childhood through college and beyond, California operates the largest public education system ... cars will eliminate Uber, Lyft, taxi and limo drivers. The next to go will be Truck and bus ... read more


IoT and AI-led Facilities Management is the Next Frontier

We spoke to Prabhu Ramachandran, CEO and Co-Founder, Facilio, SaaS based start-up providing ... want to thrive in. We are vigorously expanding in the Middle East and US markets and are actively ... read more

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The following Web sites have information related to the Basin Complex Fire: surfire2008.org For updates, volunteer requests and resources available to those affected by the wildfires in Big Sur. ... read more

One in ten children are obese when they start primary school: Number of pupils who are overweight found to be higher in deprived areas

Dr Colin Michie, of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said: ‘What is startling is the gulf between health outcomes for rich and poor, the fact that childhood obesity is continuing to ... read more

The not-to-miss event of the summer: enLIGHTen will illuminate the Richardson Olmsted Towers on Friday, July 28

Buffalo Rising has closely followed the stabilization and redevelopment ... Parking for enLIGHTen is available at Buffalo State College in any lot OR travel via Lyft and Uber! For safety reasons, pets ... read more

Repurposing vintage goods the modern way — via Facebook

These early influences, and Reed’s natural artistic tendencies ... Another man wanted a 1930s tabletop tube radio to convert into a guitar amp. Reed also repurposes large vintage stereo consoles with ... read more

Bye Bye 2015: What lies ahead for BI?

Data integration gets exciting These days many companies want agile analytics ... media—each of these provide an opportunity for a new company to start up. In 2016, we’ll see the rise of the gap ... read more

Mother’s Day Campaign Calls Attention to Region’s Homeless Mothers

That’s why the organization Family Promise has launched a funding campaign to help some of these moms to get back up on their feet. Out of 2000 homeless families in Buffalo, 70% are headed up by ... read more



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