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Editor’s column – The Oswegonian

I found a way to get lost in the woods today and I was actually pretty good with it; it’s the most enjoyable time of year here in Oswego. I must have spent a little more time immersing myself in it as I frantically tried to find the main trail to get back to my car in time to do ...

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Lynbrook to say “Prost! »At Oktoberfest this Saturday | Herald Community Newspapers

The Lynbrook community will come together for a cause on Saturday as Oktoberfest returns to the village after being canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Around 3,000 people attended the inaugural event in 2019 – many of whom are dressed in traditional German lederhosen – to sample German specialties, beer and other drinks, as well as the Johnny ...

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12 fantastic things to do in Golden Gate Park

San Francisco, or the “Golden City”, has earned its reputation as the Golden Gate Bridge with golden sunsets and golden hills as the sun reflects off the mountains. But I was there in “Fogust” for a house-sitting concert, so the mist spread occasionally obstructed the view. I was taking the BART around town on a regular basis to fill up ...

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Manny Pacquiao’s Big Five Fights

Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino boxing icon who announced his retirement on Wednesday after 72 fights, has been involved in spectacular fights during his distinguished career. AFP Sport highlights five of the best involving the boxing legend. De La Hoya destroyed Opponent: Oscar De La Hoya, December 6, 2008, Las Vegas Pacquiao strengthened himself to move up to the welterweight class ...

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What to do in Oklahoma City, from Native American museums to vibrant Vietnamese cuisine

Other places to visit for families or the young at heart include the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens, a living museum of 1,900 animal species and extensive botanical gardens, and the Science Museum Oklahoma, the only museum State Practical Scientist and one of the nation’s largest science museums. Visitors to the city should also visit the Oklahoma City National ...

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Dubai to know if Expo 2020 delayed by pandemic will bear fruit

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – An infographic-soaked ad featuring Australian actor and Hollywood idol Chris Hemsworth invites the world to the upcoming Dubai Expo 2020, promising a ‘world of pure imagination’ as children without masks run through a futuristic carnival scene. Reality, however, crashes into the frame in all of the all-caps captions at the bottom of the screen, saying, ...

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Maneet Chauhan shares his favorite moments from Chocolate Meltdown

Although she may be the reigning Queen of the Tournament of Champions, Maneet Chauhan is stepping away from the stove and entering her role as a judge in the Food Network Chocolate Meltdown: Hersheypark After Dark competition. At the new series premiere on Food Network, Chef Chauhan told FoodSided about some of his favorite moments, his chemistry with fellow judges, ...

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Looking back looking up

We moved to Lisle when I was quite young. Tate Woods can attest to that. But even before Tate Woods, I knew Eyes to the Skies. In fact, this is my very first memory of Lisle, IL 60532. My family had just moved in. I think it was June 30th. Moving day is one of the toughest days ever. I ...

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TikToks Capture Moment 550ft Ferris Wheel Stuck in the Air

Now viral TikToks captured the moment some passengers found themselves stranded atop the world’s tallest wheel. According to local media, the High Roller on the Las Vegas Strip ceased to operate on September 18, stranding about 150 people for about an hour and a half. Passengers were suspended 550 feet in the air as engineers worked to disembark them safely. ...

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Behave and stop taking selfies

Thousands of Taliban youth from across the country, many of whom have never been to a major city before, were deployed to Kabul after the Afghan republic collapsed on August 15. When not on duty, they sightsee, picnic, and visit amusement parks, in a tangle of guns and turbans. Taliban fighters from elsewhere in Afghanistan have also come to admire ...

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Cardiff Winter Wonderland returns ‘bigger and better’

CARDIFF’S Winter Wonderland returns this winter and “will be bigger and better than ever”. Spread over two locations in the heart of the city center, visitors will now be able to experience Cardiff’s winter wonderland from the lawns of the Town Hall and Cardiff Castle. This year, the Château park will host an indoor skating rink and a 150m ice ...

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These American seaside towns have the most people all year round

Americans make more than 400 million visits to the beach each year, according to the United States Lifesaving Association. The seaside towns listed below attract the highest number of visitors year-round, according to data from the local tourism board. Panama City Beach, Florida Panama City Beach has nearly 100 public accesses to 27 miles of beaches Cloth The Sunshine State ...

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Northridge-Chatsworth Events Calendar: Find out what’s happening in the area this weekend

NORTHRIDGE-CHATSWORTH, CA – Have a nice weekend, Northridge-Chatsworth! Patch brings you the latest upcoming events taking place this week in and around Northridge-Chatsworth. Here are some of the events happening in town this weekend. Tip: If you are organizing an event and want to see it in the next roundup, you can add it to the calendar using this form. ...

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Drones Take Travel Photography to New Heights: Award-Winning Snaps Unveiled

The Drone Photo Awards 2021 just announced its winners and we’ve taken a peek to find the highlights of the photography that transports you to another place at all times. Some of this year’s dazzling shots include austere winter scenes, traditional cultural practices, and jubilant outdoor events. Metaphorical statement about the city and winter This stunning photo by Sergei Poletaev ...

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SC Skywheel sex couple accused of being exposed at Garden City arcade

Handcuffs. The Sun News archive photo A South Carolina couple convicted earlier this year for filming public sex on the SkyWheel in Myrtle Beach are charged with having public sex at another Horry County tourist destination. Five months after pleading guilty to having sex in public at one of Myrtle Beach’s biggest tourist attractions, Eric and Lori Harmon, 37 and ...

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People are excited to return to the Pitt County Fair after a year off due to a pandemic

Posted: Sep 21, 2021 / 10:54 PM EDT / Update: Sep 21, 2021 / 10:56 PM EDT GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) – It’s an exciting week as the Pitt County Fair opened on Tuesday. The fun returns this year after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I know last year with the governor’s restrictions it was mandatory, and ...

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Edinburgh Christmas Market to have new ice skating rink and rides in revamped plans

Plans for the Edinburgh Christmas Festival have been unveiled and the market is set to be revamped this year – including all new rides. Edinburgh Live reports that Operator Underbelly has submitted proposals for a revised version of its annual event which is held in Prince Street Gardens. The new plans will extend the festival to West Princes Street Gardens ...

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UCLA helps kick off the new school year with block party in Westwood

For Sidrah Shah, attending UCLA and the Westwood Village Block Party on Sunday was all she could hope for. The freshman who had just moved in was concerned that in-person events would move online, making it difficult to find community at UCLA. “I wasted my entire senior year: prom, graduation and everything,” said Shah, who has joined several thousand students ...

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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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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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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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New Ferris Wheel Dominates 5 Most Read Dallas Stories This Week

Editor’s Note: A lot has happened this week, so here is your chance to catch up. Read on for the most popular headlines of the week. 1. The Dallas suburbs buys a new Ferris wheel that rivals the famous Texas Star of Fair Park. The Grandscape in The Colony launched the Grandscape Wheel, a nearly 200-foot-tall Ferris wheel that rivals ...

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Splish, splash … The wheel turned when Michael McIntyre was taking a bath

If you think you can’t reinvent the wheel, think again. Comedian Michael McIntyre had an “Eureka” moment while taking a bath which led to his debut as a game show host. “I had been thinking for a while about how game shows and quizzes are so popular and decided to try and think of a format for one,” he says. ...

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New York tries to attract tourists with Times Square Ferris wheel

through: Mage’s lollipop, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Aug 28, 2021 / 11:46 a.m. EDT / Update: Aug 28, 2021 / 11:46 a.m. EDT (WPIX) – Times Square has already generated $ 5.8 billion in municipal and state taxes, but the COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted much of that. Now New York City is trying to entice tourists with a temporary prop ...

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Llandudno Pier gets a permanent ‘giant’ Ferris wheel – and it could be open in time for the weekend

A ‘giant’ Ferris wheel will be erected at one of North Wales’ most popular tourist attractions. The merry-go-round, which was custom-built by luxury sports car maker Lamborghini, will be set up at Llandudno Pier and will be 21 meters high and will be located next to the game rooms. It could be open as early as Friday, in time for ...

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Giant CA energy storage facility sucks excess wind and solar energy

What was it about wind and solar power being unreliable? Some energy experts are still throwing that old ball, but meanwhile savvy investors are investing billions in new energy storage facilities that spew clean kilowatts on demand. As they say, money speaks, and in a fitting twist, the latest example comes from Golden State, California. New massive energy storage facility ...

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Fort Bend County Fair Winners – The Katy News

Renee Butler and her son Nicholas Maresh serve great food and always with a smile. This dynamic duo has been a force behind many catered events and well beyond the service line. As the fair strives to return to the tradition of fair days, Renée and Nicholas are entrenched in being a part of the fair. As a family, they ...

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Next stop: Zone 51 – My New Orleans

There is a lot to see looking up in Las Vegas. There is the Big Apple roller coaster that runs along the top of the casino in New York, New York; the High-Roller, a big wheel is so big and imposing that it seems capable of detaching and rolling to Mexico; the Stratosphere, a tower that towers over the skyline ...

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Hypland x Hello Kitty Carnival appears in Santa Monica – NBC Los Angeles

Giant Ferris wheel, cotton candy and carnival games. All signs point to Santa Monica, but this weekend’s carnival has a special guest: Hello Kitty. Los Angeles-based streetwear label Hypland and Sanrio’s most famous Kawaii character Hello Kitty teamed up for a pop-up carnival experience on Sunday near Third Street Promenade. You can experience a Hello Kitty themed Ferris wheel, retro ...

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State Seeks DeWitt County Restaurants For New Pilot Program | Local company

CLINTON – Two restaurants in DeWitt County will be eligible for nutritional benefits as a form of payment when the state launches a pilot program that would provide prepared meals to people with disabilities, the elderly and the homeless. The Illinois Department of Social Services is seeking applications from restaurant owners in Clinton, Farmer City and Waynesville in particular, according ...

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‘Psycho Storm Chaser’ – Spadea’s Lifetime Movie Preview

It’s here, the weekend preview of a film we’ve been working on for a few months. It’s a thriller called “Psycho Storm Chaser” and it will air on Lifetime TV at 8pm CE on Saturday August 8th. The script was written by my friend and podcast co-host Jay Black. Jay joined me on the show on Friday morning to discuss ...

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Construction has started – Ferris wheel rides at Riverworks are coming

The foundation was poured a few weeks ago and now it is starting to take shape. The Riverworks Ferris Wheel comes together – literally. Almost a year ago we told you for the first time about the new Ferris wheel arriving at Riverworks. Now it’s almost here. They call it the Buffal-O Ferris Wheel and it suddenly takes shape and ...

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Saginaw County Fair Set to Open for 108th Year | New

The Saginaw County Fair has big plans for its 108th year after declining last year due to COVID-19. The Saginaw County Fair has big plans for its 108th year after declining last year due to COVID-19. “So this year, of our suppliers who have moved in today and have set up shop, the trade shows that they have been able ...

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Malibu Chili Cook-Off will return for a four-day festival | New

Live music, carnival games, skateboarding competitions, old friends, a Ferris wheel and lots of hot peppers … does that ring a bell? The Malibu Chili Cook-Off and Carnival returns this fall for a four-day event that runs from Friday, September 3 through Monday, September 6, 2021. The annual event takes place every year over the Labor Day weekend in the ...

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Where to watch the Tokyo Olympics in Dallas: bars, restaurants and more

A nation. A team. Lots and lots of bars. The 2020 Olympics are held in 2021 and athletes will compete in empty arenas. So it’s not exactly as usual, but luckily your gaming fun should continue unhindered as hundreds of hours of basketball, football, track and field, swimming, gymnastics and more. other heavyweights will be broadcast over the air directly ...

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A total smoking ban on Asbury Park promenade is a good idea

I am generally opposed to smoking bans in outdoor areas. Even when they imposed a ban on smoking in bars and restaurants, I thought the state was going too far. The same goes for many restaurant and bar owners. But the total collapse of their businesses, which they feared most, never happened. People have adapted. Business went on uninterrupted and ...

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Another coastal town in New Jersey offers a free beach on Wednesdays

Last week we told you about Sea Isle City offering free beaches on Wednesdays, now here’s another town on the Jersey Shore doing the same, this time on LBI. The town of Beach Haven, which charges $ 40 for seasonal badges, $ 20 for the week, and $ 10 for the day said on his site that “Wednesdays are free, ...

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Netflix’s Death Note has a better female portrayal than the anime

Although this is a classic series with a massive fan base, a major flaw in the original Death threat anime is its portrayal of female characters, especially Misa Amane. Although Misa is powerful, she only exists to do what Light wants, no doubt following him and blinded by romantic attraction. Other examples are Kiyomi Takada, who uses her job as ...

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Florida House Featured in ‘My Girl’ is Most Popular House of the Week

Buyers looking for a bit of sun on a cloudy day and a slice of Hollywood history should take a look at the most popular home of the week on Realtor.com®. A Florida home played a pivotal role in the 1991 movie “My Girl” and recorded tens of thousands of clicks this week. Tear-jerker fans with Anna chlumsky and Macaulay ...

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After 550 days, SoCal returned to the festival grounds for Insomniac Events’ first Day Trip Festival [Review]

by: Austria Masim Jul 11, 2021 Amidst the instability and uncertainty, 40,000 headliners traveled to Southern California July 3-4 to participate in sold-out Insomniac Events, the inaugural installation of its Day Trip Festival. intoxicating and home-centered. After 18 months of extended COVID-19-related festival and show closures, venue restrictions and the unexpected postponement of EDC Las Vegas, Insomniac founder and CEO ...

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What you need to know – Presse Entreprise

The giant Ferris wheel has been assembled. The grills are ready to fire and loaded with turkey thighs and corn on the cob. Alaskan racing pigs are waiting for the starting bell. After last year’s disappointing cancellation, the OC 2021 fair is scheduled to open on Friday, July 16 – and those who have attended fairs in previous years will ...

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Huntsville takes one step closer to connecting the city via the greenway system

A gap between two of Huntsville’s largest parks may soon be bridged, uniting memories of years gone by with hopes for the future. The teams recently installed the first greenway bridge as part of the Spring Branch Greenway project. It will transport walkers and cyclists across a stream from Brahan Spring Park to Huntsville Spring Branch to access John Hunt ...

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What’s new in Bathurst: theater, closing of the winter festival, art exhibitions, author’s talk | Western lawyer

news, local news, dubbo, what’s new, running festival, bluey’s big play, caravan expo, march music, orange The Bathurst region will continue to welcome responsible travel and the attractions are open for business. Please contact individual operators to book in advance and for up-to-date opening hours and entry requirements. Kangaroo is the first play by local playwright Miranda Gott, directed by ...

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18 life-changing inventions unveiled at world fairs

Visitors to the Dubai Expo in October did not fail to notice the huge Ain Dubai that overlooks the city’s skyline. At 250 meters, the world’s tallest observation wheel is a powerful symbol of Dubai’s determination to build the biggest and the best. What they might not realize is that Ain Dubai, or Dubai Eye, has a history stretching back ...

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Metrocenter remains mostly unused for more than 500 days after purchase, promise of reconstruction

JACKSON, Mississippi (WLBT) – The Metrocenter Mall in West Jackson was once the largest indoor mall in the Southeast. Built in 1978, the mall once thrived and attracted shoppers from across the state. But as more and more malls appeared, Metrocenter began to die, officially shutting down in 2018. In 2020, the mall was bought by Emily Seiferth-Sanders. The purchase ...

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Ferris wheel, Saks, Hermes, Dolce & Gabbana will open their doors

EAST RUTHERFORD – Huge Ferris wheel and luxury retail wing with champagne bar are the latest attractions slated to open this fall at the American Dream shopping center. The retail wing dubbed “The Avenue” will open on September 17 and will be based on Saks Fifth Avenue, which is making a comeback in New Jersey after closing its last Garden ...

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7 things to check out at the Calgary Stampede Sneak-a-Peek tonight

COVID-19 still poses a risk to public health. While restrictions have been lifted throughout Alberta, it is recommended that health and safety measures continue to be followed, including frequent hand washing, wearing a mask on transit and in health care facilities, and staying in touch. home if you are sick. With the 2021 Calgary Stampede officially kicking off on Friday, ...

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Everything you need to know about the history of the Toronto Islands

Spending a day on the Toronto Islands is one of the quintessential summer pleasures in the city. From beautiful beaches to scenic cycle paths, an amusement park, outdoor dining, exploring a haunted lighthouse, stunning rooftop views, and the chance to play all sports in the sun, there are some. has something for everyone just 1.6 km from the hustle and ...

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Former public works employee arrested by DA for allegedly shady contract worth $ 263,000

The latest development in the now 18-month run of federal and local investigations into corruption cases at San Francisco City Hall is the arrest of a former senior public works department official by the attorney’s office. SF district. So far, it is the federal authorities who have arrested and charged this sprawling corruption investigation, many weapons of which tend to ...

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The Newport Ferris Wheel will not arrive. The Cincinnati SkyStar doesn’t look much better.

The regional permanent large wheel market may have dried up over the past year. There are currently no plans to build the two giant observation wheels planned a year ago on the Ohio River, one in Cincinnati, the other in Newport. Tom Fromme, City of Newport Director recently told The Enquirer that the Newport SkyWheel scheduled for Newport on The ...

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See what the Calgary Stampede will look like this year

The Calgary Stampede is preparing to open its doors to the public this week after it went missing last year due to the pandemic. Officials on Wednesday offered a preview of the COVID-altered experience that attendees can expect. Jim Laurendeau, vice president of park planning and development, said guests will always be able to find their favorite attractions. The Stampede ...

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