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Atlas Place is now Imprintable

Atlas Place is being retired. All of the content published to date has been ported over to a new project, Imprintable, which will hopefully prove a more pliant infrastructure for documenting my conversations with artists and educators about their work, how their practice is rooted in a place, and how the landscape is shaped in turn by their presence. 25 more words


A former soccer star is leading the first round of voting in Africa's oldest republic

Former soccer star George Weah took an early lead in Liberia’s poll, putting him ahead of his main rival, vice president Joseph Boakai. According to preliminary results released by the electoral commission, Weah was leading in most of the 15 counties, even though that represented a small sample of the total votes. 366 more words

Arsene Wenger wrongly celebrates George Weah's Liberia election win

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger has seemingly been duped by false reports that former football star George Weah had won Liberia’s presidential election, even though the final results have not yet been announced. 388 more words

Liberia election: Ex-football star George Weah takes early lead

Partial results from Liberia’s presidential election show former football star George Weah has taken an early lead.

Figures from the National Elections Commission (NEC) put Mr Weah ahead in 11 out of 15 counties, although most votes have yet to be counted. 352 more words


I am pleased to announce Imprintable, a new project of interviews and discussions with artists, poets, composers, educators, and other creative citizens about the work we do, where we do it, and how it shapes our symbiotic relationship to the landscape. 458 more words

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Monrovia town council hosts special session

(Originally posted on the MD Times’ website on September 16, 2017)

The Monrovia Town Council met for a special session on Monday. President Bob Marley said he wanted to meet so the council could approve two projects he would like to move forward with soon. 498 more words

The MD Times

Is all glass used in replacement windows the same?

No. Special consideration should be given to glass options such as tempered glass, Low-E glass, Argon gas, Krypton gas, and heat mirror. Each option offers various levels of energy efficiency and safety.