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Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Sees Massive Upside in Bitcoin, Like Investing in Apple or Google Early
Oct26

Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Sees Massive Upside in Bitcoin, Like Investing in Apple or Google Early

Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Sees Massive Upside in Bitcoin, Like Investing in Apple or Google Early NEWS by Kevin Helms American billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones has recently become more bullish on bitcoin. He declared the cryptocurrency the best hedge against inflation and compares investing in bitcoin now to investing in early tech stocks, like Apple and Google. “I think we are in the first inning of bitcoin and it’s...

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Price analysis 10/21: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, BNB, LINK, DOT, LTC, ADA, BSV
Oct26

Price analysis 10/21: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, BNB, LINK, DOT, LTC, ADA, BSV

Price analysis 10/21: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, BNB, LINK, DOT, LTC, ADA, BSV RAKESH UPADHYAY Bitcoin hit a new 2020 high and altcoins rallied as PayPal announced that it will support crypto payments. The crypto markets are cheering PayPal’s decision to allow its customers to use cryptocurrencies to shop from its vast merchant network. PayPal also revealed that U.S. account holders will be able to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrencies in the...

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Rain, snow and cold move into Durango!
Oct26

Rain, snow and cold move into Durango!

Rain, snow and cold move into Durango!  Today, Monday we are having mixed precipitation of some light snow and some rain. Three to five inches is projected.  This should be the coldest day of the week with  a high of 35 degrees and a freezing low of 19 degrees F. We are all glad for the mosture!!! For more Durango weather please visit: https://durangodowntown.com/durango-colorado-climate/  

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Bailey’s Bits
Oct26

Bailey’s Bits

“I may be wrong, but it’s highly unlikely.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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iAM Music Fest
Oct22

iAM Music Fest

We live in times where live music is close to non-existent… Yet, we do everything we can to make sure that people in Durango can enjoy live music as much as possible. Winter is coming and who knows how for how long we will be able to pull this off… This Saturday, October 24th, at Durango Craft Spirit, we have prepared a unique musical experience for you which includes: Two of the best local bands: J-Calvin and the...

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Relief Therapeutics’ COVID-19 drug shows positive results ahead of trial readout
Oct22

Relief Therapeutics’ COVID-19 drug shows positive results ahead of trial readout

Relief Therapeutics’ COVID-19 drug shows positive results ahead of trial readout   Relief and NeuroRx are still awaiting the detailed results from rigorous randomised studies of RLF-100 (aviptadil) for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. However, in top-line results from an open-label prospective study of patients who had severe comorbidities that meant they were ineligible for the ongoing controlled phase 2/3b trial, RLF-100...

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PayPal to open up network to cryptocurrencies
Oct21

PayPal to open up network to cryptocurrencies

FILE PHOTO: The German headquarters of the electronic payments division PayPal is pictured at Europarc Dreilinden business park south of Berlin in Kleinmachnow, Germany, August 6, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch PayPal to open up network to cryptocurrencies By Anna Irrera, Tom Wilson LONDON (Reuters) – PayPal Holdings Inc PYPL.O said on Wednesday it will allow customers to hold bitcoin and other virtual coins in its online wallet...

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Live Music with Terry Rickard
Oct21

Live Music with Terry Rickard

Live Music with Terry Rickard Terry has been entertaining Strater guests and locals for years! Terry grew up playing in rock bands around the Boston area before moving to southern California. In the 80’s and early 90’s he played all over Orange and L.A. counties as a solo guitarist-vocalist. He played in many fine clubs and restaurants such as the Rusty Pelican in Newport Beach and Captain Jack’s in Sunset Beach, just to mention a...

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Virtual lecture on Buffalo Bill Cody
Oct21

Virtual lecture on Buffalo Bill Cody

Virtual lecture on Buffalo Bill Cody The Center of Southwest Studies will host a free lecture “The Life and Legacy of Buffalo Bill” via Zoom. Pre-registration is required. Historian and author Steve Friesen will share a timeline of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody’s life and legacy, illuminated by stories and historic photographs. The presentation will include information on Buffalo Bill’s Colorado connections, his relationship with the...

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Have Apple Picker, Will Harvest
Oct21

Have Apple Picker, Will Harvest

Each year, tons of fruit and produce are wasted because they haven’t been harvested. The Good Food Collective takes advantage of the unused abundance by organizing volunteers to glean fields and fruit trees and to make sure the food gets onto the tables of those in need.

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HP & Me – Dream Big
Oct20

HP & Me – Dream Big

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! The greater our dreams, the greater the effort we must muster on the roadway of opportunity. Real education is not in book-learning, but in letting go of subjective and objective frustrations and painful doubts so that our mind can adjust itself to using the highest potential to know that there are no problems, only solutions. Dream Big – S3:E5 The HP & Me podcast is a much...

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What You May Not Know about Dinosaurs
Oct19

What You May Not Know about Dinosaurs

The Powerhouse Science Center hosts a fun exhibit about dinosaurs curated by the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Learn about the latest discoveries and research.

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Animas Museum launches online exhibits during pandemic closure
Oct19

Animas Museum launches online exhibits during pandemic closure

Old schoolhouse building remains closed to in-person visits   Courtesy of the Animas Museum The Animas Museum, a repository of everything historical in La Plata County, including its people, places and events, has been closed to in-person visits since the onset of COVID-19. In the meantime, staff members have been busy creating online exhibits, now totaling 10 with more to come, said Jeremy Foote, president of the board of...

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Dr. Fauci: ‘It’s still not too late to vigorously apply good public-health measures’
Oct19

Dr. Fauci: ‘It’s still not too late to vigorously apply good public-health measures’

Dr. Fauci: ‘It’s still not too late to vigorously apply good public-health measures’   Anthony Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said: ‘Whenever we public-health officials talk about implementing public-health measures people think that we want to shut the country down. We don’t want to do that.’ GETTY IMAGES As winter approaches and the flu season begins, Dr. Anthony Fauci has some timely...

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A Former Goldman Sachs Hedge Fund Chief Has Predicted Bitcoin Will Surge To $1 Million—Here’s Why
Oct19

A Former Goldman Sachs Hedge Fund Chief Has Predicted Bitcoin Will Surge To $1 Million—Here’s Why

Billy BambroughContributor Crypto & Blockchain I write about how bitcoin, crypto and blockchain can change the world. The bitcoin price has added some 40% over the last 12 months. COINBASE A Former Goldman Sachs Hedge Fund Chief Has Predicted Bitcoin Will Surge To $1 Million—Here’s Why Bitcoin has found fresh support this year, bolstered by growing disquiet among investors over central bank and government stimulus measures. The...

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Fauci on coronavirus herd immunity
Oct19

Fauci on coronavirus herd immunity

Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks with Yahoo News’ Daniel Klaidman and Michael Isikoff. (Yahoo News) Fauci on coronavirus herd immunity: ‘That is nonsense and very dangerous’ Dr. Anthony Fauci on Thursday denounced the concept of herd immunity — the notion that if a large enough group of people contract an infection, it will ultimately stop the disease from spreading — calling it “nonsense” during an interview with Yahoo...

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Colorado can expect a warm, dry winter ahead, NOAA report says
Oct19

Colorado can expect a warm, dry winter ahead, NOAA report says

                                By BEN REPPERT | WeatherNation TV PUBLISHED: October 17, 2020 at 6:00 a.m. | UPDATED: October 18, 2020 at 12:56 p.m. Colorado can expect a warm, dry winter ahead, NOAA report says This will likely lead to an intensification of the ongoing drought in Colorado Coloradans can expect a warmer, drier, and less snowy winter than...

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Bailey’s Bits
Oct19

Bailey’s Bits

“It’s ok if you don’t like me, not everyone has good taste.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Durango Ski Swap 2020
Oct16

Durango Ski Swap 2020

56th Annual Ski Swap Saturday, November 2 8am to 4pm La Plata County Fairgrounds More Than 10,000 Items to Choose From Almost 20 vendors from Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah will have new and used Ski/ Snowboard equipment for sale at prices that cannot be beat. In addition to the vendors, public individuals will have their equipment for sale as well. Buyers will experience further bonus as they discover hiking gear, packs, car racks,...

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MERCURY has gone RETRO
Oct15

MERCURY has gone RETRO

MERCURY has gone RETRO– Uh oh… as of October 13th! The planet Mercury– which rules the mind, communication, business, & transportation– has gone on another vacation and this one started 7:05 pm MST, October 13th, and we have this energy to contend with to November 3rd. It is time to slip into plod mode and stay that way. It takes perseverance but you can do it! We can do it!! We can get through this again! Actually Mercury...

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