By Craig Hlavaty Updated 3:51 pm CDT, Friday, October 26, 2018 PHOTOS: Innocent things from our childhoods that would be offensive now BB guns, peanut butter, and whole milk. It sounds like a recipe for a viral Facebook post. >>>See the things that would get modern families triggered today... less PHOTOS: Innocent things from our childhoods that would be offensive now BB guns, peanut butter, and whole milk. It sounds like a recipe for a viral Facebook post. >>>See the things that would get ... more Photo: Getty Images The CircusPerforming animals in cages, half-naked women, clowns overstepping their bounds? It's not easy to run a classic circus these days. The Circus Performing animals in cages, half-naked women, clowns overstepping their bounds? It's not easy to run a classic circus these days. Photo: … [Read more...] about 33 Innocent things from your childhood that aren’t PC today
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Hanoi Gift Show 2018 to draw more than 250 exhibitors Local airlines increase aircraft fleet Data from the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) show that the number of aircraft registered in Vietnam amounted to 175 as of September, up 14% year-on-year. Cat Lai customs work with 58 shipping firms over waste imports Customs officials at HCMC's Cat Lai Port have worked with representatives of 58 shipping companies that have transported over 3,000 containers of scrap to the port to determine their responsibilities and brief them of the Prime Minister’s Directive 27 on solutions to enhance control over imported waste, Thanh Nien newspaper reported, citing Pham Thi Leo, deputy head of Saigon Port Area 1 Customs Office. Leo said the customs agency was cooperating with these shipping companies in line with the 2014 Customs Law and 2005 Maritime Law. Shipping companies were asked to carry ineligible scrap imports out of Vietnam. They must assume responsibility for the waste … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 17/10
Vietnam’s Macroeconomic Policies-Third Quarter 2018 under scrutiny HCM City Securities Corp tops derivatives market share HCM City Securities Corporation (HSC) had the biggest market share on the derivatives market in the third quarter of 2018, according to the Ha Noi Stock Exchange. Of the 11 securities companies that are allowed to operate in the derivatives market, HSC held a 25.35 per cent market share. HSC was followed by VNDirect Securities JSC (23.98 per cent), MB Securities JSC (15.88 per cent) and Saigon Securities Inc (15.40 per cent). Other securities firms with less than 10 per cent market share included VPBank Securities JSC (9.87 per cent), BIDV Securities JSC (4.65 per cent) and Viet Capital Securities Co (2.84 per cent). The three new securities companies whose operation on the derivatives market had been accepted earlier by the HNX were Viet Dragon Securities JSC, KIS Vietnam Securities Co and Vietcombank Securities Co Ltd. Those three … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 16/10
By Allie Morris, Austin Bureau Published 11:30 am CDT, Tuesday, October 9, 2018 AUSTIN — Today marks the final day for Texans to sign up to vote on November 6 in an election year that has already seen a surprising surge in registration. Yet, despite a new record in midterm voter registrations, experts warn the challenge will be getting voters to the polls. Texas ranks bottom of the pack nationwide in voter turnout. The last time more than half of registered voters cast a ballot in a midterm election was 1994, when Democratic Gov. Ann Richards lost to Republican George W. Bush, according to state data. Competitive races, like that one, help drive turnout, said Brandon Rottinghaus, a political science professor at the University of Houston. Since that year, Democrats haven’t won a statewide election. “If elections aren't competitive, then one side of the partisan divide feels like they are not being included in the process,” Rottinghaus said. But … [Read more...] about Texas voter registration surged before today’s deadline. But will voters turn out?
By Mike Sutter Published 10:00 am CDT, Friday, September 14, 2018 The new outdoor oyster bar at the Pearl restaurant Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery will showcase oysters with horseradish cocktail sauce and Southerleigh's balsamic mignonette. The new outdoor oyster bar at the Pearl restaurant Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery will showcase oysters with horseradish cocktail sauce and Southerleigh's balsamic mignonette. Photo: Carlos Javier Sanchez / Contributor The new outdoor oyster bar at Southerleigh. The new outdoor oyster bar at Southerleigh. Photo: Carlos Javier Sanchez / Contributor A double seafood tower from Southerleigh’s new outdoor oyster bar with oysters, Gulf shrimp, crab and the chef's daily crudo. A double seafood tower from Southerleigh’s new outdoor oyster bar with oysters, Gulf shrimp, crab and the chef's … [Read more...] about Southerleigh launches new outdoor oyster bar at Pearl today