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Scene75 Romeoville Opening Delayed, Company Says – Shaw Local

Those eagerly awaiting the opening of Scene75 in Romeoville, an entertainment center located in the former Sam’s Club on Weber Road, will have to wait a little longer. Supply chain issues are causing “major construction delays,” said Ronnie Neumann, general manager of Scene75’s Romeoville site, in an email. While the Ohio-based company said it originally planned to open this winter, ...

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These are the most painful stunts in the Jackass movies

the Donkey The franchise has been a cultural phenomenon that has delivered some of the most entertaining content of our generation. The stunts performed are vicious, dangerous and amazing. It started with shopping carts, and now we’re seeing multi-million dollar funded stunts. The crew behind Donkey are all very charismatic individuals who create on-screen characters that have delighted audiences for ...

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Pinstack bowling alley and entertainment center to open in San Antonio later this year

San Antonio can pin its hopes on a new bowling alley. Pinstack, the Dallas-based bowling and entertainment center, will open its first location in San Antonio at the Park North Shopping Center near the North Star Mall. After a two-year strike due to the pandemic, bowling is expected to reopen to the public in the third quarter of 2022, according ...

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Iberia’s new home test and mask distribution meet demand after running out weeks ago

NEW IBERIA, La. (KLFY) – The City of New Iberia was able to meet demand for its COVID test and distribution of KN95 masks on Wednesday morning. It’s a stark contrast to earlier this month when they ran out of 300 tests in just 20 minutes. Bumper-to-bumper cars lined the streets surrounding West End Park on January 19 waiting their ...

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Ober Gatlinburg opens its ski and snowboard slopes

GATLINBURG, Tenn. – Ober Gatlinburg will open its tracks at 11 am on Saturday January 8 after the “temperature reversal” delayed the start of its season. Ober Gatlinburg, in partnership with # F1rstChair Project, will reward the first 50 skiers / snowboarders in line on opening day with a free personalized BlackStrap Single Layer Tube face cover. The latest addition ...

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First marriage of 2021 / Will teachers step down? / The man with the bag of bears

Lakeview’s Jake Harris and Justin Luna received a number of wedding gifts from the Cook County Clerk’s Office after being selected to be the first married couple in 2022 in the county. (Photo courtesy of the Cook County Clerk’s Office / Zoom) Blue skies. High: 23 Low: 21. After the deadliest year in a quarter of a century, hoping that ...

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10 magical Christmas markets to visit in Europe – prestige online

Europe is home to some of the most magical Christmas markets, here is our pick of ten. The Christmas festivities are fast approaching and we are already in a good mood. Trees decorated with fairy lights, delicious cakes, mulled wine and an air of bounty – Christmas is all of this and beyond. However, if you’re planning on spending the ...

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4 fun toys that will make the kids in your life giddy with joy this holiday season

This article is brought to you by Walmart and created by the In The Know sales team. If you decide to purchase products through the links below, we may receive a commission. Prices and availability are subject to change. The countdown for gifts has officially started. If you haven’t started making your holiday shopping list yet, now is the time. ...

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Editorial: Pinnacle Speedway in Lights is spectacular | Editorials

With 25 years of incredible growth, TVA powered Pinnacle Speedway in Lights at Bristol Motor Speedway comes into its own, joining the country’s most spectacular Christmas light show. You can drive 85 miles to Asheville for Christmas in Biltmore or roughly 100 miles to Dollywood’s award-winning Smoky Mountain Christmas, both of which are breathtaking. Or you can catch a spectacular, ...

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First Call: More of Everything in Royal’s Odyssey of the Seas: Travel Weekly

ON BOARD THE ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS – It seems fitting that an athlete facing life-changing challenges becomes the godmother of a cruise ship that also faced her own struggles during the pandemic. And on November 13, that’s what happened aboard Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship, the Odyssey of the Seas, when Bahamian paratriathlete Erin Brown received the honor. Brown ...

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Ultraleap’s $ 82 Million Series D, HIKKY Social VR gets $ 57 Million, and Nreal is here!

The photo does not do it justice. Nreal The eagerly awaited The $ 599 Nreal Mixed Reality Glasses Launches in the US on Verizon today. My exam unit is sitting next to me, waiting for its 5G SIM card. The makers of TopGolf ProPutt, one of Quest’s gems, today launched Golf + on the Quest. This is the best golf ...

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Driving in Grand Theft Auto 4 is awesome, actually

This week my love for GTA 4 has been rekindled in a big way. After fixing the performance issues that have plagued the PC version for years, I spend all the free hours I have in Liberty City. It holds up surprisingly well, especially how physics-focused everything is. This is the most tactile of Rockstar, physical world, which ranges from ...

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Bumper Cars Return to Fountain Square Ice Rink for Christmas and Winter in Cincinnati

Fountain Square brought back the hugely popular ice bumper cars from last year.Photo: Place de la Fontaine Facebook Halloween is over, which means we’re immediately jumping into the holiday season. And the Fountain Square skating rink understood the mission. The rink opened on November 1 and will be on site until February 22. In addition to skate rentals, Fountain Square ...

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🌱 Suspect arrested for shooting in the West End + 15 years missing

Hello, neighbors! Sean Peek here with your brand new copy of the Cincinnati Daily. Did you know that you can showcase your local business here in the Cincinnati Daily for just $ 79 a month? Click here to find out more. First, the weather forecast for the day: Intervals of clouds and sun. High: 55 Low: 37. Here are the ...

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Local farmer reacts to rainfall this week

RED CALIF.- This week’s rainfall is a welcome sign for many farmers who have been affected by the drought. Action News Now spoke to a farmer who says rain isn’t just good for his crops; it is also suitable for its animals. Glenn Hawes has owned Historic Hawes Farms with his family for many years, and says his farm is ...

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Here are some childproof tips

Contrary to popular belief, Las Vegas can certainly be a family destination, and it is. Las Vegas, Nevada isn’t just a great place for bachelorette parties and last minute weddings. It can also be a great vacation for families with children of all ages! With Circus Circus’s Adventuredome, the Bellagio Fountains, the High Roller and more, Las Vegas, Nevada has ...

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Do you remember when, Arkansas? The War Memorial amusement park had haunted the House, the Carousel and Laughing Sally

Does anyone recognize the scene in this vintage photo from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette archives? Index: The year was 1985. In June 1985, the War Memorial amusement park was gearing up for its summer patrons when Arkansas Gazette photographer John Sykes stopped by the Fun House. His black-and-white photo of CW Forrest preparing for the haunted house ride on June 24 ...

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Gaylord Opryland’s Country Christmas Returns for the Holidays

Nashville, Tennessee – Gaylord Opryland Hotel is delighted to unveil its full lineup of Christmas lineup which will run from November 12, 2021 to January 2, 2022, as part of its 38th annual A Country Christmas event. Visitors can pre-purchase individual event tickets and room packages now in anticipation of the holiday season. Known for its iconic magical holiday events ...

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Pumpkins, corn mazes and children’s zoos open this fall near Fayetteville

Photo: Courtesy, McGarrah Farms Put on your flannel shirt, grab a pumpkin spice latte, and get ready to pick pumpkins, make hay, sauté corn, sauté apples, and other fall fun. , everybody. It’s decorative gourd season, all of you. Of course, there are plenty of ways to get your hands on a few porch pumpkins this year. You can buy ...

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What’s New: Things to Do for Kids and Families in El Paso | Way of life

Looking for something to keep your kids away from the TV and their cell phones? The border region has plenty of fun and educational activities to do this fall and winter – and we’ve got you covered with a starter list of things to do and places to go for the whole family. On a budget? No worries, we’ve also ...

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Army of food delivery robots

MILTON KEYNES: A pedestrian walks her dog alongside a line of parked autonomous robots called Starship before delivering groceries to a nearby Co-op supermarket in Milton Keynes, England. – AFP MILTON KEYNES: It is famous for its roundabouts and concrete statues of cows. But the English town of Milton Keynes now has another claim to fame – an army of ...

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Are ARCA’s sanctions too severe or too lenient?

While Ty Gibbs and Corey Heim have been classing the field this ARCA Menards Series season, there have been some shenanigans behind them, both on and off the track. They started with pre-season testing at Daytona International Speedway and made their head in the final ARCA race at Bristol Motor Speedway. However, the problem was not just that the drivers, ...

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Taliban enjoy boat rides in Band-e Amir National Park, watch

As thousands of civilians live in fear and uncertainty in Afghanistan, the Taliban have been seen enjoying boat rides in the country’s Band-e Amir National Park. Undated visuals on social media showed terrorist group militants paddling colorful swans in the oasis’ striking blue lakes; a stark contrast to the lives of civilians in this war-torn nation. Taliban fighters were seen ...

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American Wheelchair Football League debuts in Arizona

Teams from across the country have competed in the American Wheelchair Football League, including some from New York (Greater Buffalo Adaptive) and Florida (Hillsborough County Adaptive). (Photo by Mary Grace Grabill / Cronkite News) Ability 360 / AZ Cardinals quarterback coach Nick Pryor said, “We are athletes with a disability, not athletes with a disability. We are trying to diffuse ...

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Wheelchair rugby shatters stereotypes at the Paralympic Games |

TOKYO (AP) – US captain Joe Delagrave has been asked to explain wheelchair rugby. He knew he was not politically correct about it – he didn’t want to be – after the United States beat Australia 49-42 to reach the gold medal final on Sunday of the Games Paralympics against Great Britain. Anyone who has seen the famous 2005 documentary ...

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Somerset House brings all the fun of the fair into its backyard

The courtyard of Somerset House has become a staple of the winter calendar with its scenic ice rink and heartwarming cocktails. But a new summer installation by artist-architect Yinka Ilori could also make it one of the most sought-after summer hangouts. The huge courtyard has been transformed into a ‘joyful spectacle of color, sound and energy’ featuring retro bumper cars, ...

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Kananaskis saves on track to surpass record year set in 2020

“It’s all about planning – you have to be able to take care of yourself until we arrive,” Vonk said. KANANASKIS – Lifeguards are on track for their busiest year ever in Country K, having experienced their toughest year yet in 2020. From 2019 to 2020, calls increased 40% by the end of the year, and this year they are ...

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Each episode of Mr Bean, ranked

Only 14 episodes of this silent comedy classic have been made. Which is the best? Thirty-one years have passed since Mr. Bean first fell on our TV screens, a teddy bear tucked under one arm and a wide-eyed expression plastered on his face. Rowan Atkinson’s legendary comic book character only appeared in 14 original episodes (the 15th is a “best ...

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