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Today is Labor Day; a national holiday which honors American workers who contribute time throughout their lives in service to others with labor unions helping them advance economically and socially over 100 years ago when they were first recognized by President Grover Cleveland. The event was celebrated with a parade in Cleveland, Ohio as well as the traditional picnic and barbecue.

A few days ago, Hurricane Maria made landfall on Puerto Rico with 160 mph winds which left millions without power or access to food and water; but urban farming initiatives are providing fresh produce for residents of San Juan City while they wait for government aid.

In Colorado Springs this past weekend, we saw September 2017 tie more than any other month ever recorded when it comes to temperature due to global warming! However, experts say that only the worst case scenario would have us experience weather like New York’s July 1977 where temperatures rose up to 38 degrees Celsius from COOLING UP at night (so much so that fruit crops were wiped out).

With typh oon Mangkhut heading for Hong Kong, experts say that it’s not just the intensity of the storm but also its size which is unusually large and could lead to a lot more damage.

In Poland, scientists have found traces of copper in what they believe to be an ancient brewery from 1200 BC!

They say that the discovery is exciting because it shows us how people made vessels for beer and other beverages before they understood metalworking.

“One of the most dramatic changes in my life has been moving from a humid, tropical environment to living at high altitudes,” said Will Pugh who moved to Colorado Springs after retiring from military service in 2012.

It’s not just the intensity of typhoon Mangkhut but also its size which could lead to much more damage as it heads towards Hong Kong according to experts this past weekend. Scientists have found traces of copper dated back 1200 BC which shows us what ancient brewers would’ve used when making wine and other drinks before metalwork was discovered later on during their time period! One of the most dramatic changes in my life has been moving from a humid, tropical environment to living at high altitudes. I like the cold!

People made vessels for beer and other beverages before they understood metalworking. One of the most dramatic changes in my life has been moving from a humid, tropical environment to living at high altitudes. I like the cold!” said Will Pugh who moved to Colorado Springs after retiring from military service in 2012. “It’s not just the intensity of typhoon Mangkhut but also its size which could lead to much more damage as it heads towards Hong Kong according to experts this past weekend.” Scientists have found traces of copper dated back 1200 BC which shows us what ancient brewers would’ve used when making wine and beer.

By Radhe

He has worked with various business magazines like Business Today Outlook as a freelancer before joining the team. She is an addicted reader of self-help books, fiction, and journals.

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