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[ad_1] What is a credit history? Sometimes people talk about your credit. What they mean is your credit history. Your credit history describes how you use the money: How many credit cards do you have? How many loans do you have? Are you paying your bills on time? In case you have a credit card …

[ad_1] “Hue !! A Decade of Houston Rodeo Documentation” gives Crossroads residents the opportunity to indulge their cowboy, clown and carnival cravings since the event was closed by the pandemic. Award-winning columnist and street photographer Daniel Kramer’s photography exhibition is curated by Ann Harithas and documents over a decade of the iconic Houston Rodeo, from …

[ad_1] Percy Loomis Sperr produced more than 40,000 photos of the five boroughs from the 1920s to the 1940s, hired by the New York Public Library to chronicle the changing architectural landscape of the city. “Although these were photos that were by no means meant to be artistic, they give us a glimpse of what …

[ad_1] Lisa Reid’s “Our Street, Our Bubble” won first place in the Nature and Outdoors category. The winners were named in the photo exhibit – created in collaboration between the Cayman Islands National Gallery and the Cayman Islands government – which explored the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on the community. The top three scorers …

[ad_1] For many people, being a top banking executive would be enough – and a good reason to show up early after the day’s work is over. But not for Ramiro Ortiz, who eventually rose to the post of chairman of SunTrust Bank and BankUnited – while moonlighting as a boxing promoter. “Even when I …

[ad_1] Written by Desiree Cooper March 17, 2021 Emma Lynn Sandlin Emma with one of her former teachers. Emma Lynn Sandlin is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Visual Arts at Eastern New Mexico University with the intention of pursuing a career in the art world. Its objective is “to be …