“Today the people I see at the Saucy Bistro are in their 60s and 70s, and you would guess they were 10 years younger. These people are fit and active. It’s a different mind set these days. I worked from home seven days a week, if less on weekends. The phone, computer, email, dinging texts, Facebook, live video, podcasts, Twitter, Instagram and Zoom have no fixed starting time or quitting time. All are as close at hand as the multiple lines plugging Apple devices into recharging stations.Help us report on the coronavirus crisisThe COVID 19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas.
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Main Street will remain at the southeasterly corner of the approximately 3.0 acre project site. Buildings owned by the applicant at 945 E. Washington Avenue and 946 E. He heard testimony from a casino employee, who is an Indigenous woman, who testified that in August of 2018, the dealer told her to watch John Wayne Western movies, which portray harmful stereotypes and tropes of Indigenous people. When she told the man she didn like John Wayne movies because of the racist depictions of Indigenous people, the arbitrator said he “doubled down” and told her to “get over it.” She testified that the dealer “leaned into her table with a smirk and said that country was colonized 300 years ago, are you still going to persecute everyone? Ponak decision said. The woman testified she was offended by the comment and told the man racism was still present in Canada, to which he allegedly responded racism “goes both ways.” to impact of words: arbitrator The decision said the pair argued about the validity of the woman experience as an Indigenous woman, and the man “made it very clear that he believes Aboriginal issues are a waste of time.” The event, the woman testified, left her “shaky,” and after discussing it with her husband after her shift, she decided to file a formal complaint.