Pamela Boon

“A clear victory and already tired of winning? – An interview with Anatoly Karpov

Anatoly Karpov, born in Zlatoust in 1951, was the greatest Soviet chess talent in the late 1960s and early 1970s and was supposed to bring the world title to the USSR in a match against Bobby Fischer. But as Fischer refused to defend his title in 1975, Karpov became world …

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Opportunity and value of private credit

There have always been and still are excessive spreads in private debt opportunities in the middle market – but many institutional investors struggle to access the middle market. “You can’t flip a switch and be successful,” says Andrew Edgell, senior managing director and global head of credit investments at CPP …

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Unit 5 School Board Members Approve Purchase of 3,500 Chromebooks, Fully Covered with Grant Funds – CIProud.com

Unit 5 school board members approve purchase of 3,500 Chromebooks, fully covered by grants News / 11 hours ago Video January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month News / 11 hours ago Video Local minor league sports advocate for federal relief proposal News / 14 hours ago Video AT&T and Verizon …

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Art exhibit at Heartland Community College showcases oppressed lives of women in Iran

NORMAL, Ill. (WMBD) – Heartland Community College (HCC) presents an exhibition featuring photographs by 50 Iranian artists expressing the lives of women in Iran. Being a Woman: Reflections by Iranian Artists is an installation of dozens of photographs and digital art curated by Shahrbanoo Hamzeh, exhibition coordinator at Heartland Community …

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Iranian-born Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh dies aged 72

The Art Gallery of South Australia remembers the life and career of famous Iranian-born Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh (born 2 March 1949), who died suddenly on Saturday 15 January 2022. AGSA Director Rhana Devenport ONZM said: “Hossein’s passing leaves us all deeply shocked and saddened at AGSA – it has …

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Best bets: a quick guide to online and in-person entertainment and experiences

the La Jolla Light presents this ongoing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. Conferences and learning • Prebys of Sanford Burnham presents “Insights: Sanford Burnham Prebys and the Rady Children’s Heart Institute – Unraveling the genetics of congenital heart …

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Excruciating pain in man’s penis turns out to be a rare side effect of COVID

Excruciating pain in a man’s penis has been blamed on COVID infection, as doctors warned of the rare side effect. Writing in a medical journal, the Iranian team described how the virus caused blood to clot in the poor man’s tree. The unnamed man had suffered from penile pain for …

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ACRES issues $30.5 million loan for 1200 West Fulton Street in Chicago

CHICAGO, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ACRES Capital Corp. (together with its subsidiaries, “ACRES”), a leading mid-market commercial real estate lender, has launched a $30.5 million loan to finance the acquisition and pre-development of 1200 Fulton Street (the “Property”) at Chicago. Located in the heart of the Fulton Market District, …

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Visiting art teachers exhibit recent work at Hopkins Hall

Photos by Visiting Assistant Professor Christopher Stackhouse are on display as part of the ‘Recent Work’ exhibition at Hopkins Hall Gallery. The exhibit will be on view until Thursday. Credit: Phoebe Helms | Lantern Reporter An exhibition entitled “Recent Works” presents multimedia pieces by visiting art teachers at the Hopkins …

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AhlulBayt World Assembly staff should have Intl. point of view on their activities

Stressing the need for an international perspective on the activities of the Assembly, the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as) added: “International institutions cannot be managed from a purely Iranian perspective. The supreme leader of the revolution told one of the international institutions: “In the activities, you …

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