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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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