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8 events for ALL during Homecoming week

The reunion at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is much more than a fall football game and student royalty. There are activities every day to entertain, give back and show your Husker spirit. Here are the great activities every college student should look for. Show at Vine Street Fields September 26 | 8 p.m. | Fields of the rue de la ...

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The Panhandle-South Plains Fair continues this weekend, through October 1

The Panhandle-South Plains Fair continues Saturday through Oct. 1 after opening Thursday with its traditional Buck-a-Ride preview night at the Broadway and Avenue A fairgrounds. On the program of the Lubbock Fair Jennifer Wallace, general manager of the Panhandle-South Plains fair, told the Avalanche-Journal ahead of the fair that there will be more than 40 booths run by nonprofit food ...

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Discovery delays dues increases to April

The Discovery Health Medical Scheme (DHMS) has announced that its members will no longer pay for their membership until April 1, 2023, instead of January 1, 2023. Yet, from January 1, 2023, they will have access to a range new and improved perks. This is the third time the scheme has postponed annual dues increases to provide financial relief to ...

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An eerie silence ends as mourners – and armed police

Melissa Stokes sees the mood in London changing after the Queen’s coffin arrives in the British capital. Every morning the 1News team prepares for the 6pm newscast around 5am UK time. There’s something about being in a city in the early hours before dawn, when it wakes up and stretches its legs. And London isn’t often quiet. But this morning, ...

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Tinykin Celerion Park Walkthrough – All Pollen Cluster, Artifact & Letter Locations

Celerion Park is the entertainment capital. Vacationers, tourists and racing enthusiasts come together to share a moment of speed crazy joy. Unfortunately, poor management has led many attractions to break down. Wolter, the park owner needs to get those fixes… three guesses who’s going to fix everything in the park? In this guide, we’ll show you all the places you ...

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Vladimir Putin celebrates a new Ferris wheel in Moscow

Russian strongman Vladimir Putin spent Saturday opening a new Ferris wheel in Moscow. Putin joined Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin via video conference for the ceremony, Russian state media reported. “It’s a unique [construction], 140 meters high. There is nothing like it in Europe,” Putin said. “It is very important that people have the opportunity to relax with family and friends.” ...

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A Texas-sized pumpkin fest will feature 750,000 pounds of gourds

LEANDER, TX – An annual Hill Country tradition returns to Leander this fall. The Texas Pumpkin Fest will take place October 8-30 at VFW Post 10427 in Leander, just north of Austin. It’s about an hour and 45 minute drive from downtown San Antonio, but it’s a great option for a fun family excursion. The festival will be open from ...

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Celebrating the end of summer vacation in the National Capital Region

First-year college student Jacob Mol does heavy work on the last day before school starts. “I’m carrying a sofa,” Mol said as they walked along Cumberland Street with several other freshmen. “I think it’s a team building exercise; It’s so much fun.” The uOttawa engineering student continues the annual tradition of carrying a sofa with his classmates throughout the nation’s ...

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Everything you need to know about Frampton Country Fair 2022

FRAMPTON Country Fair returns next weekend with its usual mix of popular family and country entertainment. Showcasing the best of Britain, the event will be held on 30 stunning acres of Frampton Court estate with over 400 trade stalls, three display rings and a traditional funfair. There will be non-stop attractions including: a falconry display, canine agility demonstrations, a dog ...

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Sauce Magazine – 8 gastronomic events to discover in Saint-Louis this month

8 gastronomic events to discover in Saint-Louis this month By Nicky Althoff // September 2, 2022 St. Louis World Heritage Festival and GamesSeptember 2 – 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., September 3 and 4 – 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Muny Parking Lot, Summit Drive, St. Louis, stlworldsfare.comFood, music, culture and history come together in Forest Park for this long-standing ...

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From Texas Ren Fest to Greek Fest, here are 8 Houston-area festivals that let you know it’s fall

In Texas, we don’t always see a dramatic change in leaf color or consistent, cool temperatures in the fall, but we can count on our fall festivals to celebrate a change in season. Here, pumpkin bowling, Oktoberfest-inspired beer gardens, apple jumping, and costume photo ops infuse upcoming outdoor events. Sugar Land Fall Festival Guests can relax on the patio furniture ...

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Gambill Amusements Refreshes Operations For A New Generation

When Shane Turner and his wife Nicole bought Gambill Amusements from his family in the winter of 2018, he was following a long line of family ownership of the show. Turner’s great-grandfather started the show and he is now the fourth generation of owners. The show originally started in Ohio with two units. One of the units played in Ohio ...

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2022 Midland County Fair Highlights

Back for the 13the year, the Midland County Fair will be held Thursday through Sunday at the Horseshoe Complex. This year’s festivities include 34 carnival rides, 17 different performers and 376 farm animals. Here’s what to expect. Tickets Thursday: From 5 p.m. to 12 a.m., the fair will be carnival-only with the option of a $25 unlimited pass. Friday: From ...

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

West Tisbury was the perfect location for the 160th annual Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Fair, where a mix of old and new entertained the crowds from August 18-21. More than 40,000 people took part in the summer tradition over its four days. “It’s the biggest party on the island,” said Agricultural Society President Brian Athearn. “It went off without a ...

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Clubs and Organizations: Sunrise Rotary visits the Jacksonville Area Museum

President Lisa Kluge called the August 12 meeting of the Jacksonville Noon Rotary Club to order at noon at Hamilton’s house. We continued with a reflection from Jan Ryan, followed by the pledge of allegiance and the singing of a verse from “America.” Lisa thanked today’s volunteers, Phyllis Lape, Lynne Sheaff, Karen Walker, Alberta Robinson, Daphne Spradlin, Cathy Jo Littleton-Wahl ...

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Two die in violent storms that hit Italy; more bad weather announced

ROME, Aug 18 (Reuters) – Two people were killed by falling trees in central Italy on Thursday as severe storms battered several regions after weeks of extremely high temperatures, services said. rescue. Italy’s civil protection unit said bad weather would sweep across the south overnight and issued warnings for Friday for 11 of the country’s 20 regions. A man and ...

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An investor from Kuwait decided to build the largest amusement park in Bosnia and Herzegovina

An investor from Kuwait “Bosnat the ocima Gulfa” doo Sarajevo plans to build an amusement park in Sarajevo, which will be the largest in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)as well as in the region. An amusement park that would include, among other things, a roller coaster, a death train, a falling tower, a Ferris wheel, an ice rink, go-karts for children ...

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Messages from the Road: County Fairs and Festivals

Flying High: The carnival rides at the Mesa County Fair and Rodeo in Grand Junction, Colorado were a popular attraction for many. The Ferris wheel and swing are seen with the clouds forming in the background as the sun sets. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com Alien Encounter: Another popular ride in Grand Junction was the Starship ride which featured otherworldly alien ...

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Brave a summer trip to Barcelona with young kids

Placeholder while loading article actions As we waited to depart for Spain, there was a moment in cramped Concourse C at Washington Dulles International Airport – as our 20-month-old daughter, Maggie, ran barefoot through the crowded hallways singing “Babyshark!” loudly — that our big family adventure in Barcelona seemed like a bad idea. We were already tired. Maggie was irrepressible: ...

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The 2022 Williamstown Fair makes a strong return to ‘normal’

Content of the article WILLIAMSTOWN — Despite fewer vendors, the fairgrounds were packed for the Williamstown Fair, which completed its 211th year last weekend. Content of the article New this year included a speaker series with presentations ranging from transplanting perennials to off-grid living, a quilt exhibit featuring original creations by locals, and a shuttle service ferrying people from the ...

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Pierce Brosnan said what James Bond he was ‘intimidated’ of in a beautiful tribute | Movies | Entertainment

Brosnan eventually made his 007 debut in GoldenEye in 1995. The Irish star was devastated to miss out on his first chance to play the role when the producers of his hit show Remington Steele failed to release him from his contract nine years later. early. Dalton had landed the role, but then dropped out after endless legal wrangling between ...

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MACAU DAILY TIMES 澳門每日時報 » Mixing cultures to celebrate

NOTOuch that the covid situation has subsided, it’s time to think about how to celebrate the upcoming festivals with some of the best food available in Macau. The Mid-Autumn Festival is fast approaching. A tradition that sees families come together to cherish the beauty of the full moon, the date is symbolized by deliciously indulgent mooncakes. This year, London Macau’s ...

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Ulster County Fair gets underway after fixing last minute power outage – Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, NY – The Ulster County Fairgrounds administration will always say there are concerns until the gates open and Tuesday was no exception when the power went out in a section of the fairgrounds until approximately 20 minutes before the scheduled start time. As the fair opened, hundreds of waiting customers lined up to create new summer memories. And ...

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How many dogs and cats can you legally own in New Jersey?

You may have heard of the saying “A dog may be a man’s best friend, but a cat is a woman’s best friend”. But how many of these “best friends” are you allowed to have in New Jersey? At the state level, New Jersey has no laws limiting the number of dogs and cats a household can own, says Mike ...

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The new Sims 4 expansion pack tries to make high school less terrible

Are you still afraid of your nerve-wracking and embarrassing high school years? The upcoming Sims 4 expansion pack, High School Years, lets you take another chance at cultivating your ideal coming-of-age experience. The new bundle is available now on Steam, Origin, PlayStation, and Xbox. Ahead of launch, the Sims 4 developers held a preview demo showing off a whole new ...

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Magical moments at carnival

Shiny signs were affixed to utility poles throughout the city each July. The carnival was coming! The dusty, scorched grass and cracked parking lots of the City Park were about to turn into a paradise of rides and games. Rose City Rides came to town while we were sleeping. At least it seemed so. We didn’t see them coming and ...

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Start your summer adventure with rope courses, ziplining, kayaks and more at Buffalo RiverWorks

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable information with our readers. Photo courtesy of Buffalo RiverWorks RiverWorks is a fun summer destination for all ages! RiverWorks is home to a brewery and restaurant as well as a sports, adventure and entertainment complex. It is truly a one-of-a-kind destination located along the ...

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Planning for fun, entertainment and community at POCO August 4-7

The POCO 2022 coordination team includes (from left to right): Rose Marie Angeloni, Mary Giovanni and Elisa Pannone, as well as Steve Torino (not pictured). Photo by Pam Johnson/The Sound After two years of COVID cancellations, it’s time for four days of fun, entertainment and community, when the North Branford Potato and Corn (PoCo) Festival returns to Augur Field for ...

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Visit celebrity chef Art Smith’s new Navy Pier flagship restaurant

Dining at Navy Pier was once a joke with fast food dominating the famous tourist attraction known for its giant Ferris wheel and slow-moving crowds of outsiders. But over the past two years, pier officials decided to change that and added more local flavors like Original Rainbow Cone and Brown Sugar Bakery. Art Smith says he’s in Chicago “indefinitely” to ...

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10 things about ‘Elvis’ that aren’t factual

by Baz Luhrmann Elvis is the latest biopic made about the life and career of Elvis Presley. Featuring Austin Butler as Presley and tom hank as Colonel Tom Parker, the film is told in Parker’s version of events, from Presley’s discovery as a teenager to their two deaths later in life. RELATED: What You Need To Know Before Seeing ‘Elvis’ ...

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This AI picture generator allows you to type words and retrieve weird pictures and you have to try it

You’ve probably seen images like this before. Generating them is kind of the “in” thing to do. Crayon People take regular images and distort them, sometimes squishing weird images on top of the images. Crayon There’s a guy on Twitter, @weirddalle, who has a whole thread dedicated to these photos. And, he’s racked up over a million subscribers — just ...

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The Weirdest Food Item at the 2022 State Fair

If you were asked what makes a Bloody Mary, you would probably say vodka and lots of tomato juice. What you probably wouldn’t say are waffle fries and corn dogs – unless you were wandering around the Indiana State Fair, working with a State Fair Mary. The Indiana State Fair’s take on the veggie-infused cocktail is more or less a ...

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Heat warnings issued for Calgary and southern Alberta, heatstroke a concern

The sun is shining on Stampede town, but the return of scorching conditions is causing major health concerns. Environment Canada has issued heat warnings for Calgary and parts of southern Alberta as the temperature is expected to hover around 30 C (86 F) on Tuesday, with overnight lows of around 15 C (59 F) offering little respite in the days ...

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Who needs Cannes when you got Cairns

Cannes in Cairns, a conference for the advertising industry, catered to the needs of over 700 Australian delegates who were unable to travel to France for Cannes Lions. The event, which took place May 16-18, was hosted by The Misfits Media Company in lieu of the French publicity and media event Cannes Lions, which was inaccessible to Australian delegates due ...

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Buffalo’s revival is full of attractions for adventurers

Do you want to travel but worries about COVID-19 prevent you from jumping on a plane? A road trip to Buffalo may be just the ticket to satisfy your wanderlust this summer. And the good news is that as of April this year, expensive pre-entry PCR tests (which were previously required within 72 hours of returning to Canada) are no ...

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Tickets for the 36th Annual GrapeFest are now available

Photo courtesy GrapeFest Facebook Twitter pinterest The largest wine festival in the southwest is held in September GRAPEVINE, TEXAS (July 7, 2022) – Tickets for the 36th Annual GrapeFest® – A Texas Wine Experience, presented by Bank of the West, are on sale now. GrapeFest is the Southwest’s largest wine festival and features the nation’s largest consumer-judged wine competition. This ...

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Top-Rated Things To Do In Chicago

This windy city of Chicago sits on the shores of Lake Michigan. It is known for many things, such as cultural attractions, exciting architecture, and vibrant arts. There are a wide range of reasons in Chicago that attract visitors from across the United States and around the world. This city has a worldwide reputation for 20th century art and architecture. ...

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Hydroxychloroquine promoter dies of cancer at 48

Federal vaccine advisers have urged the FDA to authorize a COVID-19 booster shot that targets omicron subvariants. Two novel, highly infectious and immune-evasive versions of the coronavirus known as BA.4 and BA.5 are now dominant in the United States, and together they could extend the Bay Area’s spring surge well into the future. ‘summer. And with up to one in ...

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What is face blindness and is it a real condition: the condition is known as prosopagnosia

Brad Pitt’s voice came alive when he talked about a rare problem he experiences in social settings. “Nobody believes me,” exclaimed the 58-year-old Hollywood actor and producer in a recent interview with GQ magazine, the reporter outlining his reaction in prose. The Once upon a time… in Hollywood The star told the outlet he struggled to remember new people and ...

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Your Guide to 4th of July Weekend Fun on Long Island

The 4th of July weekend is here and if you don’t have any plans yet, we’ve got you covered. From live music to fireworks and parades, here’s a guide to what to do in Nassau and Suffolk to celebrate Independence Day: FIND FIREWORKS The Long Island Ducks take on the York Revolution at 6:35 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday at ...

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Gallery: Sustainival returns to MacDonald Island Park

Content of the article Sustainival returned to Fort McMurray for the first time since the summer of 2019 between June 16-20. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the carnival to suspend its tours. The carnival calls itself “the world’s first green carnival” and came to MacDonald Island Park with rides, games and food powered by solar, wind and biodiesel energy. The ...

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State Fair of Texas New attractions for 2022 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The State Fair of Texas is proud to announce the free entertainment lineup for this fall. More than 100 activities will be offered throughout the 24 days of the show, all free with paid entry. The Texas State Fair prides itself on celebrating all things Texan and offering something for everyone. Below are highlights of this year’s lineup, to find ...

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Hunter Valley Gardens is gearing up for its coolest event yet

Embrace the freezing temperatures and make the most of the frigid air as Hunter Valley Gardens celebrates the return of its coolest event, Snow Time in the Garden. The month-long winter show kicks off Saturday, June 25 and runs through Sunday, July 24. In other words, it’s the perfect school holiday activity for the adventurous and well-behaved members of the ...

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Historical events and nostalgic memories: June 19 to June 26

Two things that fueled my childhood nightmares happened this week in the story. The first involves great heights. The second involves a shark. I don’t like either, but there’s no denying that the historical events I’m referring to have touched us all. Everyone hung on for life while swinging in a tin bucket hundreds of feet in the air, and ...

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Fans don boots and hats for the long-delayed country summer

Scattered clouds and an occasional chilly wind didn’t stop about 8,000 fans from gathering on Friday, June 17 for the long-awaited return of the Country Summer Music Festival to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. As always, the unofficial festival uniform was prominently displayed in the crowd: shorts and tank tops, cowboy boots and hats. Founded in 2014, the ...

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Studio City International Holdings Limited (NYSE:MSC) Brief Interest Update

Studio City International Holdings Limited (NYSE:MSC – Get Rating) was the target of a surge in short-term interest in May. As of May 31, there was short interest totaling 5,500 shares, an increase of 34.1% from the May 15 total of 4,100 shares. Based on an average daily volume of 69,200 shares, the short interest ratio is currently 0.1 day. ...

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Forza Motorsport – Screenshots, Cars and Details Revealed

The upcoming Forza was showcased in two videos, with some interesting graphical improvements over previous versions and potential rivals from other platforms. We currently know that we’ll have to wait until spring 2023 to enjoy it, and that it will release simultaneously on PC and Xbox X Series X|S, as it did with Forza Horizon 5. We’ve included everything shown ...

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Was Timothy Dalton the best and most accurate James Bond?

Has enough time passed that we can finally give Timothy Dalton his role as James Bond? While the Ian Fleming-created franchise, one of cinema’s oldest, is currently in hibernation, and the search for The Next 007 is currently underway, I’d like fans to take another look at the fourth actor to play James Obligation. (Well, the fifth, if you count ...

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Hollywood street closures for Sunday’s LA Pride Parade – Daily News

Map of Los Angeles! Pride 2022 parade route in Hollywood on Sunday, June 12. (Courtesy of LA! Pride) Los Angeles Pride! Parade, with “Love Your Pride” as its 2022 theme, features floats, exotic cars, walkers and performers, at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 12. The parade features three grand marshals: Paula Abdul, the marshal icon; Mark Indelicato, the celebrity marshal; ...

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This hot air balloon festival near Ottawa takes you to new heights and has an amusement park

You can end your summer in Ottawa on a high as you watch giant rainbow balloons fill the skyline just across the river. During the Labor Day weekend, from September 1 to 5, the gigantic FMG – Gatineau Hot Air Balloon Festival will take place at Parc La Baie. There will be new balloon shapes to keep your eyes peeled, ...

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Pre-COVID attendance expected at this year’s Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Country Fest – Maple Ridge News

The Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Country Fest is back in full force this year with a new European Festival, Vintage Car Show and Medieval Festival. Come celebrate is the theme this year of the first full face-to-face festival – including spectators – at the Albion exhibition center since 2019. Euro Fest BC, as the group is more commonly known, represents ...

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Best things to do in Green Bay Wisconsin

Green Bay, Wisconsin is known to most of the United States for its winning football team, the Green Bay Packers. But there is more to this city than sports. Whether you’re in Green Bay for a day trip or the whole weekend, you can find something unexpected to do while visiting “Titletown”. Sports fans flock to Lambeau Field to see ...

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Vandergrift Firefighters’ Carnival Kicks Off Alle-Kiski Valley Festival Season

After losing about $10,000 in revenue to the pandemic, organizers of the annual Vandergrift Firefighters Carnival hope to recoup much-needed funds with this year’s event. The carnival begins Tuesday at 6 p.m. and lasts until 10 p.m. every night until Saturday, weather permitting, in Kennedy Park. Sponsored by the Vandergrift Volunteer Fire Department, the event is the largest fundraiser for ...

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New Juneteenth Family Festival Hits San Antonio Area

The Juneteenth Family Festival provides a new venue to honor the 157th anniversary of the day an estimated 250,000 enslaved African Americans in Texas learned they were free. June 19, 1865, known as Juneteenth, is the day Union Army Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston and announced that the Civil War was over and President Abraham Lincoln had abolished ...

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Visit the boardwalk like a local this summer

When it comes to fun, pure entertainment and plenty of dining options, Atlantic City comes to mind. This popular attraction has a 200 km sandy beach dotted with numerous resorts and casinos. The area is also known for its 6.4 km long promenade. And then there are the piers, especially the old-fashioned rides, and the carnival games that make it ...

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The new Ferris wheel is NOT a government initiative

eThekwini has revealed plans to build a multimillion-rand Ferris wheel. The “Durban Eye” will be built on the seafront promenade. The project is being privately developed and is expected to be launched in February 2023. Construction of Durban Eye to start in July Construction of the Durban Eye is due to start in July 2022 and will open next year ...

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Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ featuring Austin Butler is completely exhausting

Baz Luhrmann has never been recognized for his cinematic innovation, so let’s say here that with Elvis he pioneered the first film to consist exclusively of montages from beginning to end. All the Greatest Hits of the edit are here: truckloads of newspaper headlines; a large wheel that turns into a rotating disc; a succession of screaming audiences from one ...

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Gloria Trevi, Kumbia Kings, Afrojack spotlight Feria Juarez 2022

The mayor’s office publishes the list of artists; new attractions include the Circus, the 140-foot tall Ferris wheel EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — Juarez, Mexico kicks off a nearly month-long party on June 9 with the start of Feria Juarez 2022. This year, the fair features internationally renowned artists and a multitude of regional Mexican music groups. Popstar Gloria ...

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2022 Solano County Fair Competitive Exhibit Registration Extended Through May 27

VALLEJO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The 2022 Solano County Fair has announced that registration for all competitive fair entries has been extended through Friday, May 27 for the next fair to be held June 16-19. “Good news. Anticipating our first year after two years of digital fair, we have decided to add an additional five days to register your talents,” said Mike Ioakimedes, ...

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Saudi Arabia arrests 12,458 illegal immigrants in one week

LONDON: Saudi Arabia is stepping up efforts to become the vanguard of a UN commitment to develop a sustainable tourism model after the sector’s resilience levels were pushed to breaking point by the pandemic and that grim new warnings about the environmental footprint of tourism have emerged. Addressing the United Nations General Assembly on May 6, Saudi Tourism Minister Ahmed ...

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BayHaven Food and Wine Festival 2022 Adds Juneteenth Event

Charlotte, NC – October 24, 2021: The first annual Bay Haven Food and Wine Festival at Camp North End. Photo by Clay Williams. © Clay Williams / http://claywilliamsphoto.com clay Williams The BayHaven Food and Wine Festival is set to return to Charlotte October 19-23, but the festivities will begin early this summer. The celebration begins Sunday, June 19 with the ...

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Remember SkyVue Las Vegas? Condemned ferris wheel land for sale

Posted: May 17, 2022, 4:41 a.m. Last update: May 17, 2022, 4:41 a.m. A 26-acre lot on the Las Vegas Strip that was once part of an aborted “London Las Vegas” project is on the market, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. The owner of the land on which these two strange columns stand is asking $7 million per acre. (Image: ...

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QNB signs agreement with IHG to sponsor Doha Winter Wonderland

QNB has signed a sponsorship agreement with Investment Holding Group (IHG) whereby QNB will be one of the main sponsors of Doha Winter Wonderland. Doha Winter Wonderland and other attractions on Al Maha Island are set to become a tourism hotspot in Qatar – attracting more than 1.5 million visitors a year, according to a press release.The sponsorship agreement was ...

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Fever 82, Lynx 76: The panic reaches its climax

Game history August 3, 2019. It was the last time the Indiana fever defeated the Minnesota Lynx. Since then, Minnesota had won seven straight games heading into that Tuesday night game. Both sitting at 0-2, something had to move. Fever’s extremely young and inexperienced team faced off against a team of Lynx veterans with all the motivation to right their ...

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What’s in a name: Wellington Avenue | Western Colorado

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 ofBarbadosBelarusBelgium, Kingdom ofBelizeBenin, People’s Republic ofBermudaBhutan, ...

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Project GLOW Festival made its brilliant DC debut

Photo credit: Ivan Meneses for Insomniac Events The first edition of GLOW Festival project lived up to its hype and delivered a weekend unforgettable memories in Washington DC. While washington d.c. is the heart of the nation’s capital, it’s also a great place for fans to enjoy some of the best talent in the electronic music sphere. With GLOW Club ...

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The play of colors | Opinion of the applicant

My childhood perya once stood on a wasteland of overgrown weeds and grazing chickens. There are no fairground rides – no roller coasters, carousels or Ferris wheels – but, as soon as dusk falls, this patchwork of painted plywood, wood and sheet metal becomes the brightest and most the liveliest in town. Deafening stereos also make it the loudest. My ...

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Robert Sanger, a New Jersey man, died after falling while repairing the Ferris wheel at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier in Ocean City

A worker died Monday morning after falling from an elevator while working on a Ferris wheel at a popular Jersey Shore amusement park. The worker, identified as Robert Sanger, 62, of Pittsgrove in Salem County, dove from the elevator at the iconic Gillian’s Wonderland Pier in Ocean City around 10:30 a.m., The Press of Atlantic City reported, citing city ​​officials. ...

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Beale Street Music Fest returns to Liberty Park in Memphis

The sun shone over Liberty Park on Friday, with barely a cloud in the sky, as fans began to line up for the return of the Beale Street Music Festival. After consecutive years of pandemic-related cancellations, the three-day music festival is making a comeback this weekend – albeit at a new location. The event has moved to the Liberty Park ...

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$10 million for a project that includes a Ferris wheel along the North Shore

PHOTO VIA MILLCRAFT INVESTMENTS A Ferris wheel, a water park, a marina, an ice rink and accommodations – it might seem like the formula for an Atlantic coast vacation, but anything could happen on the North Shore. The $600 million project, called Esplanade, has been in the works for several years with no real timetable for completion. But in December, ...

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Fountains, Dives, Slots, Ferris Wheel and NFL Draft

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Thursday’s draft night will feature prospects walking a red carpet above the fountains at the Bellagio, a theater built specifically for the proceedings where they hope to hear their names called early, and the aura of the game everywhere. How about that for something different for the NFL? There’s no doubt that the flavor of Sin ...

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Damon Young: A letter to that man who emailed me to correct my grammar

I’m better at that than you at everything you do. So, we will come back to this sentence soon! But before we do, I want you and anyone reading this to realize how hard it was for me to type this. Writers love to talk about the difficulty and humility of the writing experience. Which is sometimes true, of course. ...

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What time is Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte? Live broadcast, TV channel, ringwalks

One of the most anticipated fights in British boxing is just hours away with Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte set to fight at Wembley Stadium for the WBC heavyweight title. Going into the fight, the two men have fought earlier in their careers but are expected to finally meet in a pro fight tonight. Whyte, The Body Snatcher (28-2-0), became ...

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Celebrate Earth Day at Redondo Beach: South Bay Parkland Conservancy

REDONDO BEACH, Calif. — You can celebrate Earth Day this weekend in Redondo Beach during the South Bay Parkland Conservancy’s 3rd Annual Earth Day Celebration, beach cleanups and more. Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22 to remind us to take action to protect our planet. It’s part of a movement that began in 1972 to help clean up, ...

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Bachelor Nation Stars Who Attended Coachella 2022

The Bachelor Nation stars enjoyed a weekend of fun and music at the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. The stars of Bachelor Nation spent the weekend in Indio, Calif., at the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, dubbed Coachella. April 15-17 was the first weekend of the festival and featured performances from some of ...

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The sci-fi giants’ most underrated prospect: Casey Schmitt

Alright boys and girls, buckle up, cause it’s gonna be fun. I’ll start with a statement: I think Casey Schmitt is the San Francisco Giants’ most underrated prospect. I know that sounds pretty bold, but I’ve stood by that statement ever since Schmitt was drafted by the Giants in the second round (their first second-round pick) of the 2020 MLB ...

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Tir Prince funfair and everything you need to know for Easter: dates, times, parking, prices and what’s on in 2022

A popular North Wales funfair is ready for Easter after a complete overhaul. The Tir Prince Fun Park in Towyn has recently been taken back to its original owners, the ‘Tir Prince Leisure Group’, after being run by tenants for the past 15 years. The fairgrounds have undergone a complete overhaul of rides, prizes, food stalls and management. Adam Williams, ...

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We visited Tryzub and its infused vodka Ferris wheel

Introducing Know Your Corner Restaurant, our occasional tasting series of menus (and potato dishes and infused vodkas) from the restaurants that make Chicago Chicago. Here, a great evening at the Tryzub in Ukrainian Village. I think the town hall should require all restaurants to have at least one little a bit of a theme. While they don’t have to go ...

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The giant Ferris wheel dubbed the ‘Eye of Beaumaris’ is back in town

The popular ‘Beaumaris Eye’ returns to Anglesey this weekend. The giant observation wheel was set up on the green outside the Bulkeley Hotel in the city on Friday where it will remain until Monday May 9. The Eye, which rises 35 meters high with 24 gondolas, each taking six passengers, offers incredible views of the Menai Strait, Anglesey, the Great ...

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Eat out: 7 spices in St Anne’s Square, Belfast – In pod we trust

7 spices, 7 Place Sainte-Anne, Belfast, BT1 2LR. 028 9031 0210 7spicebelfast.online WHEN it opened in October 2020, 7 Spice in St Anne’s Square in Belfast did more than the usual fanfare that accompanies a new restaurant. It wasn’t because of some fancy big name in the kitchen or a celebrity, or really any other reason that existed before March ...

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