Archive for the Money Category

Rising Minimium Wage In Washington, 1,000 Female Pilgrims Turned Away And Soul Food.

Posted in Around The World, Economy, Food And Drink, Government, Law, Money, Religion, Social Issues, Uncategorized, United States, Women on 29/09/2012 by 1812

Washington state’s minimum wage is rising to $9.19 an hour beginning January 1, 2013.

Because they were not accompanied by a male guardian, 1,000 Nigerian female pilgrims were turned away by Saudi Arabia.

If you’re looking for some blessed soul food, try a Sunday brunch at the Hamilton.

“Shock Of The News,” Cerro Rico And Money Left On The Field.

Posted in Around The World, Art, Environment, Gambling, Money, Museums, Sport, United States on 25/09/2012 by 1812

Visitors to the National Gallery of Art’s “Shock Of The News” exhibit can see a piece in which Picasso used a newspaper in a work

Engineers fear the total collapse of the Cerro Rico.

The last call of the Monday night game between Green Bay and Seattle led to the exchange between hands of $300 million.

Capitan, 1957 Murder Solved And Tifo In The United States.

Posted in Animals, Around The World, Crime, Dogs, Money, Sport, United States on 14/09/2012 by 1812

Capitan lost a good friend six years ago, and continues to stand watch over his grave.

John Tessier, now known as Jack Daniel McCullough has been convicted of murdering Maria Ridulph in 1957.

Ultras in the United States are spending more and more on tifo.

Rahmaniya, Allen Eagle Stadium And Veiled Presentation.

Posted in Around The World, Children, Education, Government, Money, Social Issues, Sport, Television, Women on 03/09/2012 by 1812

Despite death threats from her brother, Rahmaniya continues going to school.

The Allen Eagle High School football team is now playing its home games in a brand new $60 million stadium.

For the first time in half a century, a woman has presented the news on Egyptian state television while wearing a hijab.

Beh Mattlin, Russian Boar And Most Indebted City.

Posted in Animals, Cities And Towns, Diseases, Economy, Government, Health, Money, United States on 31/08/2012 by 1812

Beh Mattlin was born with spinal muscular atrophy, a disease that claims many infants by the age of 2.

Russian Boar has been placed on the state of Michigan’s invasive species list.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is the most indebted city in the United States.

Solar-Powered Public Toilet, Robot Hall Of Fame And Angel Investors.

Posted in Business, Cities And Towns, Environment, Inventions, Investing, Money, Technology, Uncategorized, United States on 29/08/2012 by 1812

The citizens of Portland, Oregon have a new sustainable urban toilet in which to answer nature’s call.

Ever wanted to cast a vote for an inductee into the Robot Hall Of Fame? Now is your chance.

If you’re a start-up business looking for funding, perhaps you should try an angel investor.


Breathalyzer In France, Arctic Sea Ice And Simon’s Fund.

Posted in Around The World, Children, Environment, Health, Law, Money, Non-Profits on 27/08/2012 by 1812

The French are not happy with a new law that says every driver in France must have a personal breathalyzer.

According to the University of Colorado National Snow and Ice Data Center, the amount of Arctic sea ice has hit a record low.

Simon’s Fund has provided free heart screenings to roughly 5,000 students in the Philadelphia area.



Eugene Gagliardi, What Does It Take To Win At Poker And Tattoo Ink.

Posted in Art, Business, Competitions, Food And Drink, Government, Health, Inventions, Money, United States on 24/08/2012 by 1812

Eugene Gagliardi is the man who invented Steak-Umm, and the holder of Patent No. 5,266,064.

According to a federal judge’s ruling this week, who wins a poker game is determined more by skill than chance.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a new warning about tattoo ink.

Fleeing Boats, Dropping CO2 Emissions And Farmers Markets.

Posted in Around The World, Boats, Business, Energy, Environment, Food And Drink, Government, Money on 18/08/2012 by 1812

Roughly 30,000 boats have been sailed out of Italy in order to avoid the tax police.

According to the U.S. Energy Information Agency, CO2 emissions from January through April of this year dropped to roughly 1991 levels.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the number of farmers markets has risen 9.6 percent in the past year.

Between Two Worlds, Mejor En Bici And Shelling On Sanibel Island.

Posted in Around The World, Beaches, Bicycles, Environment, Government, Money, United States on 09/08/2012 by 1812

Sending a letter from one side of the Eurode Business Center to the other takes a week.

Through it’s “Mejor en Bici,” or “Better on Bike” program, Buenes Aires has increased the number of miles of bike lanes built to 48 from zero since the program began in 2009.

According to the director of the Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum José H. Leal, the layers of shells on Sanibel Island is sometimes four feet thick.

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