On leasing a 5,000 square foot space at 117 Main St., next to the Orbea bicycle company headquarters. Innovate Arkansas, which encourages technology start ups, is interested in subleasing the space for nine months to the Arkansas Venture Center accelerator, which will launch for a Central Arkansas version of the Ark Challenge, a 14 week tech start up mentoring program. The Arkansas Venture Center accelerator might also use the space at some point..
Furthermore, the characters are flat and monotonous, although it is refreshing to see Ryan Lian reprising his role as Ah Long. However, it does feel like he is only included in the cast for the sake of it due to his superficial role. Turning a person greyscale and repeating lines to emphasise words) that are more common for variety shows, but should not appear in a movie.
“Un adulte sur cinq est dsormais vaccin, jusqu’ 1 000 injections par minute selon les autorits. Alors certes, cette campagne est presque exclusivement tourne vers la premire dose mais elle avance trs vite. Seulement, cause des variants, il est bien trop tt pour crier victoire”, explique Mathieu Boisseau..
Ray (I couldn’t remember his last name for the life of me).Much to my mom and grandmother’s dismay, I promptly stopped attending when I was 14 or 15.And I haven’t given it a second thought since.And based on the membership numbers the church has shown since its peak, I’m not the only one.The church has been grasping at relevancy for years, trying to retain current members and recruit new ones.And like many other religious organizations, my former church has taken to pushing the conversation away from scripture and into secular life and politics.Except in some cases, where they suggest what is written in the Bible shouldn’t be taken literally because it doesn’t fit with our times (stone any adulterers lately?).To varying degrees of success, the church has long pushed gay rights, aboriginal issues, and social justice.And it goes back a long way. Early leaders after the church became the church were proponents of the temperance movement.But recently they have also pushed for, among other things, divestment in Israel, an end to gossiping among church members and, this week, opposing the Northern Gateway pipeline.From the correct course of action on gay marriage 10 years ago, to Gateway today some people may think that it’s perfectly reasonable to take these two seemingly similar policy stands.After all, there’s probably overlap between the gay rights crowd and the pipeline hating anti oil nuts. But the gulf between the two is huge.Lobbying on behalf of gay marriage, other than being the right thing to do, makes sense for the United Church.If it decides it wants to perform weddings for gay and lesbian couples, and be a welcoming place for gays and lesbians, helping ensure marriages are legal is within the responsibility of the church and the right thing to do.But the arguments against the pipeline, besides being specious given the small number of accidents for the vast amount of pipe, does not hold bearing as a moral argument for a supposed moral based organization to make..