Ferris Wheel

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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