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Riot Fest 2021: Saturday in review

Photo by Jessica Mlinaric After how many months of being indoors, the Riot Fest festivities on Saturday showed people are ready to have some fun again. New York art punks The Savy Fav set the tone for the day. Decked out in body paint and a Chicago red tattoo on his back, frontman Tim Harrington tore up a set that ...

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Oktoberfest, other events get funding approved by La Mesa City Council

THE MESA – La Mesa Oktoberfest is just around the corner, back in person after last year’s virtual festival due to COVID-19 concerns. Last week, La Mesa City Council agreed to fund the event – and others – through the city’s Village Enhancement Fund, which relies on revenue from parking meters to support activities in the center. city. Officials have ...

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First Look at Toys “R” Us Exclusive LEGO Bricktober 2021 Fairy Tale Sets

As much as we love licensed LEGO sets, there is a charm when it comes to custom themed sets. In 2021, LEGO and Toys “R” Us Singapore will be rolling out a fairy-tale-themed LEGO mini-building set. Last year, Bricktober saw the release of a funfair theme (set of 4) featuring a Ferris wheel, roller coaster, carousel, and swing. For Bricktober ...

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Smashing Pumpkins is making headlines at Riot Fest Day 2 – but first, what is a party thunderstorm?

Riot Fest had all five stages up and running on Friday, and Chicago band Smashing Pumpkins were headlining with Lupe Fiasco. Thursday’s preview night ended with Morrissey; the festival continues until the end of Sunday night. Whether you’re heading to Douglass Park this weekend or not, let the following serve as your Riot Fest scratch card. Thunderstorms, check: The only ...

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Rover Finds Readers’ Questions Answered About Rides, New Development in Haring Township | New

Question: What happened to the Ferris wheel at Lake Cadillac Resort? A: Lake Cadillac Resort co-owner Mike Blackmer said they have decided to permanently remove the Ferris wheel and merry-go-round from resort property. Blackmer said that while the ride had a few patrons here and there, the Ferris wheel never attracted many runners. With all the time and energy it ...

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Oktoberfest is back in San Diego. Here’s where to celebrate

Prost! It’s every beer drinker’s favorite time of year: Oktoberfest. And with most of the 2020 festivities postponed, San Diego is ready to make up for lost time. This is where you can celebrate the German holiday. El Cajon beer festival SAN DIEGO, September 29, 2019 | El Cajon’s annual Oktoberfest held the first of its two weekends September 27-29 ...

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Leaders in high school football statistics

After three weeks of WJFL action, Cedar Creek’s JC Landicini has the most passing yards and quarterback touchdowns at a Cape Atlantic League school. His Pirates teammate JoJo Bermudez has the most receiving yards. And running back Jaquan Howard is fifth among running backs. This trio helped Cedar Creek beat their top three opponents, 130-0. Ocean City also held three ...

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Find God in all things, even the Times Square Ferris wheel

From August 25 to September 12 in New York, a gigantic Ferris wheel occupied the middle of Times Square. Located in the middle of Broadway between West 47th and 48th Streets, the Times Square Wheel was 110 feet high and offered cyclists a 12-minute trip for $ 15 for kids and $ 20 for adults ($ 35 if you wanted ...

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Ginny Weis Cramer, her daughter Liz and her son-in-law Mark are on the island with other family members, having a lovely visit and a memorial service for our friend Leda Giatti. They stopped by on Sunday to bring me flowers and say hello. Ginny and I attended the same high school, Our Lady of Good Counsel in White Plains, NY ...

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at the 1904 World’s Fair, St. Louis showed America’s best and worst | KCUR 89.3

For more stories like this, subscribe to Hungry For MO on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. When the St. Louis World’s Fair opened on April 30, 1904, it kicked off a seven-month extravaganza drawing nearly 20 million people from around the world to Forest Park. Formerly known as the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, the event spanned over 1,000 acres and over 1,500 ...

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