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Aggregation of selected recently-updated blogs, news feeds and tweets:

Thursday February 27, 2020

22:01 Floral Friday »justpictureit
photo - Floral Friday

Out and In I love to share this song every once and a while.

17:53 Stock market has tanked again on Coronavirus fears »John Cairns Blog
Today the stock market tanked 1100 points over fears of the Coronavirus impacting the economy. This has been going on all week. Obviously, the markets didn’t take too well to President Donald Trump’s big “things are fine because we are keeping people out” press conference about it the other day — or the news about...
12:12 Ashes Bathed in Sweat » from peter rukavina

Libby Osgood is doing good work at the Mexico-US border, and writing about it.

Today, in part:

Halfway across the bridge to Mexico, while relaying my exciting adventure to another participant, I realized I left my passport in the car! I was stuck between two countries with a car full of food for Mexico! Luckily the bridge guard had seen me each day and kindly bent the rules, allowing me to return (definitely not allowed on the one-way bridge). I sprinted to the car, sprinted back, prepared to pay my dollar again but was welcomed in instead, and caught up with the team. My ashes were now bathed in sweat from running, but the coolness of the air was gone. I can’t say that i was scared at any point, but looking back, I should have been.

11:36 Community Notices »Women's Equality PEI
Welcome to our Community Events and Notices E-News for Thursday, February 27, 2020 New listings this week: 1) Some PEI International Women’s Day Celebrations Happening Next Week 2) PEIBWA Activities 3) Here We Go! Barn Dance 4) Waste Management on PEI Session – hosted by PEIANC 5) Danya O’Malley (PEIFVPS) to be Interviewed on CBC’s […]
06:43 Snow and wind expected later today across PEI. »peistormchaser
Thursday, February 27th 6:45am… A low pressure system located along the US mid Atlantic coast vicinity NYC will move NE today tracking through NB overnight tonight then into the northern Gulf tomorrow where it will stall for a day or … Continue reading