Generation Q season 2 trailer has arrived

The L word: generation Q, the sequel to the original Showtime drama The word I, is back for a second season on August 6. Ahead of his return, we have a trailer full of swoons and a desire to keep us going until the new season arrives. The last time we parted with Bette, Alice, Shane and the newbies they ...

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My huge car is too wide for the garage, parking lot and country lanes – but I like it very much

The other day something unexpected happened when I opened my car to find a pair of stray reading glasses. As I opened the boot and inspected its contents, I felt a confusing sting deep in my eyes. Not that the mess strewn about the back is anything out of the ordinary: mud-covered sneakers, an empty packet of Monster Munch pickled ...

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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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History, Boone counties host small town Iowa festivals in 2021

Many celebrations in small towns in central Iowa were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but returned for enthusiastic crowds this summer. If you’re doing your summer plans, be sure to jot down these Story and Boone County events for the whole family, listed in chronological order. Colo Crossroads Festival marks the reopening of Hickory Grove Park The ...

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Scandinavian Days returns to Story City in 2021 with new specialties

Scandinavian Days in Story City is back this year as a one-day event, and the motto is certainly apt: The Year After It All Happened. “We continued to pivot during COVID, so I feel like this is something we can all relate to,” said Shanon McKinley, executive director of Story City Greater Chamber Connection. For Story City’s annual celebration, the ...

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Industrial Carousel Market Research Report and Overview to Witness Steady Growth Through 2027 – The Manomet Current

Understanding the influence of COVID-19 on the Industrial carousel market with our analysts monitoring the situation around the world. Description of the report: The report entitled “Industrial carousel market 2021-2027”Provides a comprehensive analysis of key market trends and dynamics as well as market estimates and forecasts covering key geographies / countries. Proprietary highlights on factors driving growth patterns, movements, and ...

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West Side Rag »Wollman Rink and Central Park Carousel Get New Operators After Trump Withdrawal

Posted on July 7, 2021 at 9:41 p.m. by West Sider The New York Parks Department selected new operators for Wollman Rink, months after the mayor said the Trump Organization could no longer operate the rink. The new operator is a joint venture between Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, related companies and Equinox. Harris Blitzer owns the New Jersey Devils. ...

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Two carousels in two Burlington and their shared history

Dale M. Brumfield The Dentzel Carousel in downtown Burlington and the Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousel in Burlington, Colorado, may have been built by competitors, but they have more in common than just a common city name. While an obscure little company named Dare built a few carousels (or “carousells”, to use the original spelling) from the Civil War, it was ...

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