united states – Lotts Photo http://lottsphoto.com/ Sun, 20 Mar 2022 02:27:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lottsphoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/default-130x130.png united states – Lotts Photo http://lottsphoto.com/ 32 32 Sabine Royalty Trust (NYSE:SBR) downgraded by StockNews.com https://lottsphoto.com/sabine-royalty-trust-nysesbr-downgraded-by-stocknews-com/ Sun, 20 Mar 2022 02:27:04 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/sabine-royalty-trust-nysesbr-downgraded-by-stocknews-com/ Sabine Royalty Trust (NYSE:SBR – Get a Rating) was downgraded by StockNews.com from a “buy” rating to a “hold” rating in a note released Friday to investors. Shares of SBR traded at $0.61 during Friday trading hours, hitting $55.35. 47,286 shares of the company were traded, against an average volume of 89,477. The company has […]]]>

Sabine Royalty Trust (NYSE:SBR – Get a Rating) was downgraded by StockNews.com from a “buy” rating to a “hold” rating in a note released Friday to investors.

Shares of SBR traded at $0.61 during Friday trading hours, hitting $55.35. 47,286 shares of the company were traded, against an average volume of 89,477. The company has a fifty-day simple moving average of $52.62 and a 200-day simple moving average of $45.81. Sabine Royalty Trust has a 52 week low of $29.60 and a 52 week high of $63.97. The stock has a market capitalization of $807.00 million, a price/earnings ratio of 19.77 and a beta of 0.53.

A number of institutional investors have recently increased or reduced their stake in SBR. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans bought a new position in Sabine Royalty Trust in Q4 valued at approximately $1,018,000. Koshinski Asset Management Inc. bought a new stock position in Sabine Royalty Trust during Q3 valued at $945,000. Moors & Cabot Inc. increased its position in shares of Sabine Royalty Trust by 256.6% during the 3rd quarter. Moors & Cabot Inc. now owns 25,000 shares of the energy company valued at $25,000 after buying an additional 17,990 shares last quarter. US Global Investors Inc. increased its holdings of Sabine Royalty Trust shares by 300.0% during the third quarter. US Global Investors Inc. now owns 20,000 shares of the energy company worth $857,000 after acquiring 15,000 more shares in the last quarter. Finally, Citadel Advisors LLC increased its shareholding in Sabine Royalty Trust shares by 108.0% during the 4th quarter. Citadel Advisors LLC now owns 23,575 shares of the energy company worth $983,000 after acquiring 12,243 additional shares in the last quarter.

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Sabine Royalty Trust owns royalties and mineral interests in various oil and gas producing properties in the United States. Its mining royalties and interests include landowner’s royalties, overriding royalty interests, minerals, production payments and other similar non-participating interests in certain undeveloped and proven oil and gas properties located in Florida, Louisiana, in Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. .

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Celebrities, athletes and stars reveal their March 2022 slices of madness – NBC Chicago https://lottsphoto.com/celebrities-athletes-and-stars-reveal-their-march-2022-slices-of-madness-nbc-chicago/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 18:06:46 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/celebrities-athletes-and-stars-reveal-their-march-2022-slices-of-madness-nbc-chicago/ Celebrities and Athletes Reveal Their March Madness 2022 Brackets Originally Appeared on NBC Sports Chicago It’s time to redirect your home office to face the TV, cancel all plans that don’t have to do with NCAA basketball, and start tracking your 2022 champions. Tis the season by March Madness. Focus on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat […]]]>

Celebrities and Athletes Reveal Their March Madness 2022 Brackets Originally Appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

It’s time to redirect your home office to face the TV, cancel all plans that don’t have to do with NCAA basketball, and start tracking your 2022 champions. Tis the season by March Madness.

Focus on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat to gather all the information you can before entering the official tournament. That is, if you want bragging rights this year.

Every year, we watch the parentheses created by celebrities, athletes, and star fans of the game. Let’s see what’s on the way in the realm of 2022 slices:

Some celebrity predictions:

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Champion: Gonzaga (men) – South Carolina (women)

Final square: Gonzaga, Kentucky, Arizona, Kansas (men) – South Carolina, Baylor, UConn, Stanford (women)

Former United States President Barack Obama still presents his predictions for the NCAA March Madness tournaments. This time around, he predicts that Gonzaga will win their first-ever men’s title and South Carolina will win it in the women’s.

Glen Powell


Champion: Texas (men)

Final square: Gonzaga, Texas, Tennessee, Kansas (men)

“Top Gun: Maverick” actor Glen Powell has his hometown Texas Longhorns in his Final Four alongside Tennessee, Gonzaga and Kansas. It has the Longhorns winning the title against Tennessee 72-65.

Jay Ellis


Champion: Kentucky (men)

Final square: Gonzaga, Villanova, Kansas, Kentucky

Powell’s ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ co-star also offered some predictions for the men’s championship. Actor Jay Ellis believes Kentucky will take the win among its Final Four, consisting of Villanova, Gonzaga and Kansas.

Candice Parker

Champion: South Carolina (women)

Final square: South Carolina, Baylor, Texas, Kentucky

Chicago Sky forward Candace Parker is also still participating in March Madness predictions. The WNBA star has South Carolina, Baylor, Texas and Kentucky in her Women’s Final Four, with South Carolina taking the title.

Tyasha Harris

Champion: South Carolina (women)

Final square: South Carolina, Baylor, Stanford, State of North Carolina

Another WNBA legend has decided to enter the mix. Dallas Wings guard Tyasha Harris thinks her alma mater, South Carolina, will win the Women’s Championship title.

nate robinson

Champion: Arizona (men)

Final square: Michigan State, Virginia Tech, Arizona, Kansas

Former Knicks guard Nate Robinson predicts Arizona will win the title, while MSU, Virginia Tech, Arizona and Kansas make up their Final Four.

Rex Chapman

Champion: Arizona (men)

Final square: Gonzaga, Kentucky, Arizona, Auburn

Former NBA guard and current social media influencer Rex Chapman has planned for his alma mater, Kentucky, to make it to the Final Four, but he doesn’t have the Wildcats to win the title. Instead, Chapman predicts Arizona will reign supreme in the men’s tournament.

Penn Holderness


Champion: Gonzaga (men)

Final square: Gonzaga, Kentucky, Arizona, Auburn

Actor and YouTuber Penn Holderness, who also won the 2022 Amazing Race with his wife Kim, predicts the Zags will claim this year’s NCAA Men’s Championship title, alongside Kentucky, Arizona and Auburn , which make up his Final Four.

jimmy fallon

Champion: Gonzaga (men) – Stanford (women)

Final square: Gonzaga, Purdue, Tennessee, Kansas – South Carolina, Gonzaga, Stanford, North Carolina State (women)

“Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon is still a part of the March Madness camaraderie. This year, his predictions lean towards Gonzaga winning the male title and Stanford winning the Women’s.

Octavia Spencer

Champion: Auburn (male)

Octavia Spencer announced on Twitter that her faith was in Auburn. The Oscar-winning actress graduated from Tiger in 1994.

Some insider views:

Pat FordeSports Illustrated

Champion: Gonzaga

Final square: Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas, Purdue

Kevin SweeneySports Illustrated

Champion: Gonzaga

Final square: Gonzaga, Arizona, Iowa, Kentucky

Jeremy WooSports Illustrated

Champion: Texas Tech, Arizona, Auburn, Baylor

Final square: Arizona

Jason JordanSports Illustrated

Champion: Gonzaga, UCLA, Tennessee, Auburn

Final square: Gonzaga

Now is the time for the games to begin and for those parentheses to come into play.

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Five Female Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were From the Caribbean https://lottsphoto.com/five-female-celebrities-you-didnt-know-were-from-the-caribbean/ Tue, 15 Mar 2022 16:10:37 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/five-female-celebrities-you-didnt-know-were-from-the-caribbean/ Our list of five Caribbean female celebrities includes Sandra “Pepa” Denton, Lorraine Toussaint, Hazel Scott, Selita Ebanks and Garcelle Beauvais. (Photo credits include The New York Post, Getty Images via Pop Sugar, Getty Images via TIME, Shutterstock via US Magazine and Getty Images via E-Online.) Hollywood is filled with celebrities who have Caribbean heritage. You […]]]>
Our list of five Caribbean female celebrities includes Sandra “Pepa” Denton, Lorraine Toussaint, Hazel Scott, Selita Ebanks and Garcelle Beauvais. (Photo credits include The New York Post, Getty Images via Pop Sugar, Getty Images via TIME, Shutterstock via US Magazine and Getty Images via E-Online.)

Hollywood is filled with celebrities who have Caribbean heritage. You can quickly think of at least 10-15 male actors, singers, musicians or dancers who have roots in the Caribbean Basin. But did you know that many female celebrities born and raised in the Caribbean broke down prejudice and represented the West Indies for several years, and some still do so today? Here’s our list of five Caribbean female stars you probably didn’t know were from your home country:

Sandra Denton

Known more popularly as “Pepa” or “Pep” of American rap duo Salt-N-Pepa, Sandra Denton has her roots in Kingston, Jamaica. After living on a farm with her grandmother for several years, she moved to Queens, New York to be with her family as a child.

After graduating from high school, Denton went to Queensborough Community College to study nursing, where she met fellow nursing student Cheryl James – Salt. The two quickly transitioned into R&B and hip-hop in the 80s and 90s, releasing hits such as The Showstopper, Push It (Remix) and Shoop. Despite disbanding in 2002, Salt-N-Pepa continues to make special appearances and features for award shows and other performances, including, most recently, New Kids on the Block’s new track, Bring back the time.

Denton has also had roles in several TV shows, movies, and documentaries. You can also hear it in the intro of Jazmine Sulivan’s hit single need you bad, where Denton speaks in Jamaican Patois. Today, Pep continues to represent for the rap game and 876.

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Sandra “Pepa” Denton and Cheryl “Salt” James.

Garcelle Beauvais

Famous for her role on The Jamie Foxx Show and now resident co-host of the daytime talk show The truth, Garcelle Beauvais joins our list of female celebrities from Saint-Marc, Haiti.

Born and raised in Haiti, Beauvais moved to America with her mother and six older siblings when she was seven years old. Having only spoken French and Creole, she admits having learned English by watching episodes of Sesame Street.

The actress, TV personality, author and former model still wows fans every day with stunning looks and helpful tips she shares on her talk show, social media and other philanthropic initiatives. She’s also gearing up to release her new book, “Love Me As I Am,” which is now available for pre-order.

Garcelle Beauvais

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American jazz and classical pianist, singer and actress Hazel Scott left her home in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago at the age of four. Her mother, Alma Long Scott, was a classically trained pianist and music teacher who mentored her in music. At the age of eight, she enrolled at the Julliard School of Music in New York City and later joined her mother’s “Alma Long Scott’s All-Girl Jazz Band”, where she played piano and guitar. trumpet.

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Scott continued his musical career, traveling throughout the United States and Europe. In 1950, she became the first black American to host her own television show, The Hazel Scott Show. Yet one of his most iconic performances of all time has to be his two-piano set in the 1943 film The heat is here where she played herself.

Scott has also used his voice and influence to speak out against racial discrimination and the lack of representation of black Americans in movies.

Selita Ebanks

Featured in high fashion magazines such as Vogue, Glamour, and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Selita Ebanks is a model, actress, and humanitarian born and raised in the Cayman Islands. Ebanks’ father, a Jamaican, her Caymanian mother raised her in George Town, Grand Cayman, with seven brothers. She moved to the United States for high school and began her modeling career at age 17.

Ebanks got her break when she took part in the Tuleh Fall Fashion Show in 2001. She strutted down the catwalk wearing Betsey Johnson, Catherine Malandrino, Pamella Roland, and Tommy Hilfiger. In 2005, she signed a contract with Victoria’s Secret, where she was one of a handful of black women selected to wear signature pieces in the shows.

In addition to modeling, Ebanks has acted in several films and television shows. Currently, she runs her own “Stardom Youth Foundation” talent school in her hometown in the Cayman Islands, providing career guidance to teenagers.

Selita Ebanks

Lorraine Toussaint

Born in Trinidad and Tobago, Orange is the new black star Lorraine Toussaint takes her place on our list. Now with a chest full of accolades under his belt, Toussaint began his journey in the performing arts shortly after leaving Twin Isle to live in New York with his mother at the age of 10. She enrolled in the High School of Performing Arts in Manhattan in 1978, then continued her studies in the drama division of the Juilliard School, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

The young actress landed her first job as a Shakespearean actress in Macbeth and continued to perform on stage for several years before moving to Los Angeles to pursue television and film. Her award-winning performances in films and shows such as Lifetime’s Everyday now, Selma, Orange is the new black, and Quick Color show the depth and breadth of Toussaint’s talent.

Today, Toussaint lands roles alongside big names such as Queen Latifah, Idris Elba and Uzo Aduba. She also champions excellence and representation of black people in the entertainment industry.

Lorraine Toussaint

These are just a few of the many female celebrities from the Caribbean who continue to break down stigma, write history and represent the Caribbean community. What other female Caribbean celebrities do you want us to feature?

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CELEBRITY IN THE MARKET: Former NASCAR star Tony Stewart is selling his Indiana mansion – which includes an inland river – for $30million | Multimedia https://lottsphoto.com/celebrity-in-the-market-former-nascar-star-tony-stewart-is-selling-his-indiana-mansion-which-includes-an-inland-river-for-30million-multimedia/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 00:42:45 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/celebrity-in-the-market-former-nascar-star-tony-stewart-is-selling-his-indiana-mansion-which-includes-an-inland-river-for-30million-multimedia/ The country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic […]]]>

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Jase Graves: Put on your church genes | Homes and lifestyle https://lottsphoto.com/jase-graves-put-on-your-church-genes-homes-and-lifestyle/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 20:30:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/jase-graves-put-on-your-church-genes-homes-and-lifestyle/ From the time I was still knitted in my mother’s womb with some defective parts that God left after making my big brother (he made me write this part), I attended Southern Baptist churches. In fact, one of the earliest known photos of me was taken on a Sunday morning in 1970 when I had […]]]>

From the time I was still knitted in my mother’s womb with some defective parts that God left after making my big brother (he made me write this part), I attended Southern Baptist churches.

In fact, one of the earliest known photos of me was taken on a Sunday morning in 1970 when I had just been deuterated and my mother was posing with me in the front yard, both of us wearing summer clothes. thick polyester church.

So I guess you could say that I grew up with the red Kool-Aid Vacation Bible School running through my veins, and my Southern Baptist heritage had a profound impact on my worldview – including the great value I place on a 9×13 pan.

Here are some signs that you too were raised in the nap-resistant wooden pews of Southern Baptist (or similar) churches in the 1970s and 1980s.

First of all, you were always excited about the prospects of a trip to the stock market – as it was usually red Kool-Aid and/or several 9×13 casserole dishes.

And speaking of food, you knew that “dinner in the field” was a sacred form of congregational picnic that included, you guessed it, red Kool-Aid and several 9×13 casserole dishes.

And speaking of more food, you knew that when the Lord’s Supper was given in a “big church”, the sermon might be a little shorter, and the Dallas Cowboys were probably playing at noon.

And speaking of even more food, you’ve considered stale Certs mints and Clorets gum from your mom’s purse finger foods to get you through that fourth verse of “Just as I Am” before you head to the scholarship room, a dinner in the field, or home for a lunch that was probably cooked in a 9×13 casserole dish.

Before any meal, you could say a blessing in the King James version because you could use “You”, “You”, “You” and “Your” without sounding like daffy duck.

During “big church” you can make amazing sketches with one of these eraserless pew pencils and the back of a free tithing envelope.

When you ran out of tithing envelopes, you could play about 50 games of tic-tac-toe in the margins of the church bulletin with your dad when your mom — and the preacher — weren’t watching.

You knew the first, second and last stanzas of almost every official selection Baptist hymn — located at the back of the bench right next to the improvised art supplies. (The hymn also served as an excellent desktop for tithe envelope designs and tic-tac-toe.)

You also knew that “God”, “Jesus», « Pray », « Read your Bibleand “Go to Church” were the correct answers to about 90 percent of all Sunday School teacher questions.

When the choir director told the congregation to “make a joyful noise unto the Lord,” some of us only paid attention to the “noise” part.

Seriously though, I really feel blessed that my parents exposed me to the shared gospel in church when I was growing up.

I’ve often heard that going to church doesn’t make you a believer any more than sitting in a garage makes you a car. But for the sake of protection, repair and general maintenance, a garage seems like a very good place for a car.

And for an imperfect human like me, the church has been instrumental in helping me stay aligned, balanced, and all those other car metaphors I might experience if I weren’t so challenged by the automobile.

A recent Gallup A survey found that since 1999 church membership in the United States has dropped 20%, which seems to largely explain the times we live in.

And while churches aren’t perfect places filled with perfect people, America could be a different country if more people still went to church, loved each other, and recognized the value of a 9×13 pan.

Jase Graves is an award-winning comedy columnist whose columns have been featured in Texas Getaways magazine, Shreveport time in Louisiana, and the Kilgore News Herald and Longview News-Journal in Texas. Contact him at [email protected] Where connect with him on facebook. Click here to read previous columns. The opinions expressed are his own.

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What is “blaccent” and why is Awkwafina criticized? https://lottsphoto.com/what-is-blaccent-and-why-is-awkwafina-criticized/ Wed, 09 Feb 2022 12:00:47 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/what-is-blaccent-and-why-is-awkwafina-criticized/ just like black fishing – which attempts to appropriate black culture through hairstyles, makeup, etc. – a “blaccent” is when a non-black person imitates the way a black person speaks. Simply put, blaccent — a combination of the words “black” and “accent” — is considered offensive and racist when used by a non-black person. So […]]]>

just like black fishing – which attempts to appropriate black culture through hairstyles, makeup, etc. – a “blaccent” is when a non-black person imitates the way a black person speaks. Simply put, blaccent — a combination of the words “black” and “accent” — is considered offensive and racist when used by a non-black person.

So what prompted Awkwafina to quit Twitter amid accusations of blaccent? The Golden Globe-winning actress, whose real name is Nora Lum, recently announced that she is taking a break from the social media app after being criticized for using African American Vernacular English (AAVE) these last years.

The actor, who is also a person of color, was nominated for an NAACP Image Award – the “National Association for the Advancement of Colored People” – in the United States, which is awarded to people with “outstanding performance in film , television, theatre, music and literature”.

She took to Twitter to share a lengthy statement about it: “As a non-black POC, I stand by the fact that I will always listen and work tirelessly to understand the history and context of AAVE, what is deemed appropriate or backwards towards the progress of ALL and ALL marginalized groups.

“But I must emphasize: To mock, belittle or be mean in any way at the expense of others is: Simply. Not. My nature. It never was and it never was.

the boobies rich asian The star also attempted to explain his use of ‘blaccent’ and AAVE, writing, “My immigrant background allowed me to forge an American identity from the movies and TV shows I watched. , the kids I went to public school with, and my undying love and respect for hip-hop. I think as a group, Asian Americans are still trying to figure out what this trip means to them.

Speaking on the issue, author and activist Mikki Kendall said CNN“‘Blaccent’ is a term describing the false racist accent and cultural appropriators use when they imitate black people. Black people have accents, but we don’t all have the same one and yet these two groups always use the same accent when they imitate black people.

Slamming Awkwafina’s attempted apology on Twitter, African-American author Britni Danielle also shared her opinion, writing, “Awkwafina could have just said, ‘You were right. I used a blaccent to make a name for myself and it was wrong. I apologize with all my heart and I will do better from now on.

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NOVA ROYALTY COMPLETES ROYALTY ACQUISITION OF HUDBAY AND ROSEMONT COPPER PROJECTS COPPER WORLD https://lottsphoto.com/nova-royalty-completes-royalty-acquisition-of-hudbay-and-rosemont-copper-projects-copper-world/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 12:02:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/nova-royalty-completes-royalty-acquisition-of-hudbay-and-rosemont-copper-projects-copper-world/ TSXV: NOVROTCQB: NOVRF (All dollar amounts are in United States dollars unless otherwise specified)]]>

TSXV: NOVR
OTCQB: NOVRF

(All dollar amounts are in United States dollars unless otherwise specified)

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VANCOUVER, BC, February 8, 2022 /CNW/ – Nova Royalty Corp. (“Nova“or the”Society“) (TSXV: NOVR) (OTCQB: NOVRF) is pleased to announce that, following its press release dated January 10, 2022he finalized his acquisition (the “Transaction“) of an existing net smelter yield of 0.135% (“NSR“) royalty on the copper world and Rosemont copper projects in Arizona (the “Royalties“), owned by Hudbay Minerals Inc. (TSX: HBM) (NYSE: HBM). Nova has also obtained a right of first refusal on an additional 0.540% NSR covering the same area as the royalty.

The aggregate purchase price of the Transaction included an initial consideration of $1.0 million in liquid (“Closing cash payment“) and $0.5 million in common shares of Nova (“Counterpart shares“), of which Nova issued 214,610 consideration shares to $2 CAD0.950940 per share, calculated based on the twenty-day volume-weighted average trading price of Nova common stock up to and including January 7, 2022.

An additional amount of $4.0 million in cash will be payable as follows:

  • $1.0 million in cash, payable at the earliest between: (i) 12 months after the closing of the Transaction; and (ii) Nova completing a single equity financing, generating aggregate net proceeds to Nova of at least $10.0 million

  • $3.0 million in cash, payable no later than: (i) 12 months after the announcement of the start of production from the Royalty Area; and (ii) Nova’s receipt of the first three Royalty payments.

Other terms of the transaction were as disclosed in Nova’s press release dated January 10, 2022.

Nova has also completed its previously announced withdrawal (the “Sampling“) of a supplement 1.5 million Canadian dollars (the “Direct debit amount“) under its existing Amended and Restated Convertible Loan Facility with Beedie Capital (the “Beedie Capital Facility“). The drawing will increase the total amount drawn under the Beedie Capital Facility to 6.5 million Canadian dollarswith a supplement 18.5 million Canadian dollars remaining at the disposal of the Company. The Beedie Capital Facility bears an interest rate of 8.0% per annum on advanced funds and 1.5% per annum on reserve funds.

The Withdrawal Amount is convertible by Beedie Capital into 426,845 ordinary shares of the Company at a conversion price of C$3.514152 per share which is based on a 20% premium above the 30-day volume-weighted average trading price of Nova common shares on the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV“) calculated up to and including January 7, 2022, under the terms of the Beedie Capital Facility‎. All common shares of the Company issued upon conversion of the drawdown amount will be subject to a hold period commencing on May 26, 2022.

A portion of the levy amount was used to fund the closing cash payment and the balance will be used for general and administrative purposes.

Nova has received conditional acceptance from TSXV to complete the drawdown, which remains subject to final acceptance from TSXV.

About Nova

Nova is a royalty company that aims to provide investors with exposure to the key building blocks of clean energy – copper and nickel. The Company has its registered office at Vancouver, British Columbia and is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “NOVR” and on the United States OTCQB under the symbol “NOVRF”.

On behalf of Nova Royalty Corp.,

(signed) “Alex Tsukernik”
President and CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking information” and “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of applicable securities laws. The forward-looking statements contained herein are made as of the date of this press release only, and the Company undertakes no obligation to update or revise them to reflect new information, estimates or opinions, future events or results. or otherwise, except as necessary. by applicable law. Often, but not always, forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as “plans”, “expects”, “is planned”, “budgets”, “expected”, “estimates”, “forecasts”. “, “predicts”, “projects”, “intends”, “targets”, “aims”, “anticipates” or “believes” or variations (including negative variations) of these words and expressions or may be identified by statements to the effect that certain actions “may”, “could”, “should”, “would”, “might” or “will” be taken, occur or be performed. Forward-looking information contained in this press release includes, but is not limited to, potential for exploration and expansion, production, recoveries and other anticipated or possible future developments in the Rosemont and/or Copper World projects, current commodity prices, royalty payment frequency, current and potential future estimates of mineral reserves and resources; future commercial production of the Rosemont and/or Copper World projects or other designated areas; and obtaining any required regulatory approvals for royalty acquisitions. Forward-looking statements and information are subject to various known and unknown risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond Nova’s ability to control or predict, which may cause Nova’s actual results, performance or achievements to differ materially from those expressed or implied. as such, and are made on the basis of assumptions regarding these risks, uncertainties and other factors set forth herein, including, but not limited to, the risk factors set forth under the heading “Risk Factors” in the notice. annual report of the Company dated April 30, 2021 available for review on the company profile at www.sedar.com. This forward-looking information represents management’s best judgment based on information currently available. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements if management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change. No forward-looking statement can be guaranteed and actual future results may vary materially. Accordingly, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on any forward-looking statements or information.

SOURCE Nova Royalty Corp.

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Highland Heights Residents Commission to revise the charter; tickets available for the Spring Parade https://lottsphoto.com/highland-heights-residents-commission-to-revise-the-charter-tickets-available-for-the-spring-parade/ Fri, 04 Feb 2022 15:57:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/highland-heights-residents-commission-to-revise-the-charter-tickets-available-for-the-spring-parade/ HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Mayor Chuck Brunello, Jr. has convened a Charter Review Commission to review and make possible changes to what appears to be the city’s constitution. The Commission met for the first time on January 26 and heard from Brunello and legal director Tim Paluf on the rules and procedures to be followed. […]]]>

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Mayor Chuck Brunello, Jr. has convened a Charter Review Commission to review and make possible changes to what appears to be the city’s constitution.

The Commission met for the first time on January 26 and heard from Brunello and legal director Tim Paluf on the rules and procedures to be followed. Board chair Ann D’Amico said the board and administration have yet to make any suggestions to the commission as to what specific elements of the charter they would like to review.

“We’re going to have a committee of the whole (city council) meeting to discuss what we’d like them to look at, probably in two weeks,” D’Amico said.

The commission may also determine and pursue changes it deems prudent for the city.

Brunello named residents Michael Barber, Lisa Benedetti, Ken Godnavec, Tammy Kloss, Jim Meola, Phil Piccus, René Polin and Phillip Tripi to the Commission. Brunello originally appointed Mayfield School Board member Al Hess to the Commission, but it was determined that Hess needed to be replaced because he sits on another city committee and residents are only allowed to sit on one one committee at a time. Polin was named Hess’s replacement on the Commission.

The Commission will then meet at 7 p.m. on February 9 at the Highland Heights Town Hall, 5827 Highland Road. At this meeting, it will choose its president and its secretary.

“They will then begin their process of deliberation and deepening the charter, which is not that big,” Brunello said. “But like any other charter, I will have the opportunity to bring something to the table, as will the council and department heads, and any thoughts that they (the Commission) have as a group, they will do the same. But I haven’t reviewed anything yet or suggested anything.

If the Commission makes suggestions for changes to the charter, the council will then have to approve putting the changes on the ballot for the residents to decide.

The Highland Heights Charter states that a Board of Review must be formed every five to six years. A Charter Review Commission last met in 2017, and before that, in 2011.

Tickets now available for the fashion show

D’Amico, who is the city council’s representative to Highland Heights Seniors, said the organization will hold its second Afternoon Tea & Fashion Show at 1 p.m. on April 24 at the Highland Heights Community Center, next to the hotel in city. Although sponsored by Highland Heights Seniors, the event is for people of all ages living in any community.

Holders of local officers will be among those modeling men’s and women’s fashion. “So far we have Mayor Brunello, (Lyndhurst) Mayor (Patrick) Ward and (Lyndhurst Municipal Court) Judge (Dominic) Coletta,” D’Amico said. “It’s going to be very nice. It really is.

The men will wear Jos’ clothes. A. Bank in Legacy Village, and the women (model names have yet to be announced), clothes by J. Jill of Beachwood Place.

Due to the pandemic, the event did not take place in 2021. Two years ago, the first fashion show took place at StoneWater Golf Club in Highland Heights.

“Initially I thought we would have 40 people (attending in 2021), and we ended up with 110,” D’Amico said. “It worked very well. I had downtown judges and I had Mayor Brunello’s wife, Mayor (Georgine) Welo (of South Euclid), Mayor (Brenda) Bodnar (of Mayfield Village), Mayor Ward’s wife and the wife of Judge Coletta, and Judge (Gayle) Williams-Byers of South Euclid (City Court). It was really a huge success. »

D’Amico said the event is a fundraiser for Highland Heights Seniors. “(The organization does) meals for our seniors – we did this last spring, November and December – where we offer a meal prepared by LaVera (Party Center/Catering) for pick up, take out,” said she declared. “We subsidized the cost for our residents, so that helps subsidize some of the cost. And we give out snacks at concerts around town, things like that.

Tickets for the April 24 tea and fashion show are $40 per person and $25 per person for ages 12 and under. Tickets can be purchased by calling Mary Velotta at City Hall at 440-461-2440, then pressing 0 for the operator.

New garbage collection contract

The city’s contract with garbage collection company Kimble Recycling & Waste Disposal expires at the end of June. Brunello said he had been in contact with the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District so that bidders could be solicited for a new contract.

The expiration is a five-year deal with Kimble that also included two one-year extensions, bringing the total to seven years.

“Pretty much the same service (Kimble) provides Mayfield Village they provide to us,” Brunello said.

Speaking about Kimble’s performance at Highland Heights, Brunello said: “Like everyone else in the world, Kimble is struggling to find staff. There is nothing new that we are going to look for (in a new contract). They’ve been pretty good, for the most part, but they’re starting to see the effects of what’s happening in the United States.

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Welcome to Mr. Throwback, where athletes and celebrities get their retro sports gear https://lottsphoto.com/welcome-to-mr-throwback-where-athletes-and-celebrities-get-their-retro-sports-gear/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 12:12:15 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/welcome-to-mr-throwback-where-athletes-and-celebrities-get-their-retro-sports-gear/ NEW YORK – Walking through the doors of Mr. Throwback is like climbing into a closet that leads you to the doors of Sport Narnia. The vintage sportswear store in New York’s East Village is a sea of ​​’90s snapback hats, jerseys, Starter jackets, and toys. Michael Jordan posters are plastered everywhere. An oversized Knicks […]]]>
NEW YORK – Walking through the doors of Mr. Throwback is like climbing into a closet that leads you to the doors of Sport Narnia.

The vintage sportswear store in New York’s East Village is a sea of ​​’90s snapback hats, jerseys, Starter jackets, and toys. Michael Jordan posters are plastered everywhere. An oversized Knicks watch hangs on the wall. There’s a phone that sings the Nickelodeon theme song and a Sega Genesis, unopened and intact in its box like a time capsule.

“This store,” says Tony Messina, employee of Mr. Throwback, “it’s like my childhood vomited all over the walls.”

Sports fans like Messina, nostalgic for their own childhood memories, have made Mr. Throwback an institution. The COVID-19 pandemic – which put live games on hiatus – has thrown gasoline on an already booming interest in retro sportswear. With no live sports to watch, fans turned to the past – embodied in the hit docuseries “The Last Dance”, which averaged over 5.6 million live viewers each week and was the documentary ESPN’s most watched of all time. This interest has also led to an increase in sales of sports cards, retro merchandise and equipment.

Hats that sold for $ 60 half a dozen years ago are now selling for more than double. (When Phoenix Suns goalie Devin Booker recently wore a retro USA Basketball cap, the market price dropped from $ 30 to $ 150.) Jerseys that once cost $ 150 now cost $ 400.

“In the same way that sports cards exploded during the pandemic,” says Mr. Throwback’s owner Mike Spitz, “retro sports equipment too. My competition is no longer just eBay.”

Now, luxury brands like Gucci, Celine, Versace and Prada have taken a look at ’90s sportswear in their 2021 spring and summer collections. Etsy, eBay, and nationwide retailers like Urban Outfitters have also started selling items. retro sport. Even Vogue got on board.

Mr. Throwback, however, is one of the few local stores in the United States to specialize in this niche. There are others, like Throwbacks Northwest in Seattle, as well as And Still in Los Angeles, which is now only online. But the Spitz store has become the go-to for athletes, celebrities and sports fans across the country looking for rare and quirky memorabilia – true vintages, not replicas.

“People went to the NBA store and asked where the non-Mitchell & Ness comeback jerseys were,” Spitz said. “Even the employees there tell them to go see Mr. Throwback.”

Athletes often come looking for retro products for their favorite alma maters or retired players. NBA fashion star (and Miami Heat forward) PJ Tucker recently wore an old-fashioned Texas Longhorns jacket he bought from Mr. Throwback, leading to an influx of inquiries about UT equipment. In the heyday of Knicks Linsanity, Jeremy Lin came along, and other hoopsters like Andre Drummond, Chris Douglas-Roberts, and Iman Shumpert (and his wife singer-songwriter Teyana Taylor) have arrived since. Most recently, Los Angeles Angels infielder and New York native / former Yankee Andrew Velazquez stopped to sail with his girlfriend.

Spitz, 39, looks like the type of guy you imagine calling regularly on New York City Sports Talk Radio. On a Friday afternoon, he wears an oversized Patrick Ewing jersey and snapback cap with the store logo on as he walks the aisles, sifting through his inventory, focusing on Indiana Jones sweeping through Egyptian ruins.

When it comes to developing this inventory, Spitz takes a multi-pronged approach. He scours more than 100 Facebook groups for clothing, searches Grailed, Mercari, and eBay, buys sporting goods from other non-sports thrift stores, and attends vintage clothing conventions. In Mr. Throwback’s Storage Room, other retro merchandise awaits you, ready to be traded as needed.

To ensure that the store is filled with athletes and fans alike, Spitz closely follows trends in the sports world and documents them on the store’s growing Instagram account. If the Syracuse basketball team begins to perform well, the demand for Orange basketball equipment is increasing. When a 30 for 30 documentary aired at the University of Miami, the hurricane talk got hot. “The Last Dance” has dramatically increased the demand for retro Bulls products. It’s especially fun for Spitz when the Knicks are playing well, as he can bring out the backlog of equipment he’s built up over three decades of Knicks fandom.

And every time he walks to Madison Square Garden, he searches the pile and chooses something special for himself – often wearing it with the tags still on. This is when he most remembers why he opened the store.

“Carrying my gear to MSG,” he says, “makes me a kid again. “

Spitz came up with the idea of ​​opening a souvenir store in 2012, while living with his parents on Long Island. Back then, Spitz was making his money from an accountant job he hated while working part-time at a children’s gym. His parents pushed him down the stable path, to work a classic 9 to 5 job and collect a check, but Spitz continued to feel an itch for something more.

“I was going through a quarter-life crisis,” says Spitz.

He started spending time at Dekalb Market in Brooklyn, and quickly quit his day job and opened his own stand there. He paid $ 500 a week in rent for an 80 square foot space, working Tuesday through Saturday with a makeshift inventory. He started out buying old jackets and swimsuits from friends, browsing the aisles of TJ Maxx and Marshalls for good deals he could reuse, and browsing other sources like eBay and consignment stores.

“I liked it so much,” says Spitz. He realized, “This is it. This is the rest of my life. This is what I want to do.”

This turmoil lasted eight months before new owners closed the market in November 2012 to build a high-rise building. Not knowing what his next step was, Spitz did what he always does: he saved money. Retail therapy led him to go shopping in the East Village, where later that same month he came across a storefront, fitted out with clothes racks.

He contacted the owner, who told him the space belonged to him for $ 5,700 a month. Painting the store to match its vibe would cost an additional $ 200.

He had $ 6,000 in total in his bank account.

“I put everything down,” said Spitz. “I had nothing left. I was like, ‘I’m doing this. F — this.'”

Mr. Throwback quickly began to gain attention in the New York underground fashion scene. The East Village storefront opened in November 2012, and two years later Mr. Throwback received a mini profile in a New York-based publication called Fat Man Magazine, an issue that featured musician Kid Cudi in blanket. A few days after the story was published, Spitz watched the door open.

It was Cudi, looking for sports equipment for Cleveland.

“Hello, I’m Scott,” Cudi said.

Spitz remained motionless, mouth open.

“I couldn’t even recognize him,” says Spitz. “I was so stunned.”

Since then, the store has been named in New York Magazine as the best nostalgic store in town. Fashion designer Alexander Wang sewed sweaters in the store. Rapper DaBaby wore a Larry Johnson Charlotte Hornets jersey from Mr. Throwback when he performed on Saturday Night Live in 2019. Spitz previously received a call from comedian Pete Davidson, asking him to open on a Sunday so he could go shopping with her then-fiancé. , pop icon Ariana Grande, who sang her own music while flipping through Starter jackets and t-shirts. Other famous buyers include rapper Fabulous and actors Susan Sarandon and Scarlett Johansson.

On a recent Friday afternoon, Nate Reznicek, a 29-year-old from Burlington, Kansas, who works as a data analyst in New York City, purchased a retro Kansas City Chiefs Joe Montana jersey and a Kansas Jayhawks Starter jacket.

“If it lasts that long, it’s going to stay cool,” Reznicek says. “If anyone thought it was worth staying in shape for 30 years, that’s unique.”

As Reznicek scanned the store for equipment, Messina and Spitz took him on as museum tour guides, giving a sense of the history behind each item. Messina knows what it’s like to be on the other side as a former regular customer. Before he started working in the store, he would stop twice a week to buy clothes and chat with Spitz. Spitz, impressed by Messina’s encyclopedic knowledge of the commodity, asked him if he wanted a job.

“I’m walking around, I’m literally in my childhood dream,” says Messina. “This is exactly the purpose of the store.”

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