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The Steak Cookoff Association’s First-Ever Event in Idaho Offers Cash for Cooking the Best Steak — and a Chance to Win More | Food News | Spoken | The Pacific Northwest Inlander

click to enlarge Could this steak be worth $10,000? TThe best grilled steak you will ever eat maybe not from a restaurant. Imagine an inch-thick ribeye tender enough to slice with a plastic knife. Inside: a uniform gray ring around a light pink center. And the taste! …

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Winlock Pickersfest returns for the 20th year

By Isabel Vander Stoep / [email protected] Each year on the first weekend in August, Winolequa Park hosts one of Lewis County’s most unique festivals, where musicians wear shirts with the distinctive logo of a banjo-playing chicken: the Winlock Pickersfest. After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event …

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On the Avenue: Crowds enjoy dining, shopping and entertainment at #FunonFifth!

What do Olympic sports, sword swallowing and live music have in common? They were highlights of last Friday evening #FunonFifth Event in Bay Ridge! members of Bay Ridge Fifth Avenue BID — including the executive director Amanda Zenteno — welcomed thousands of families to the first of several #FunonFifth events …

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Can hurricanes be stopped with bombs or ice? 5 theories refuted

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Whenever a hurricane looks poised to make its way toward the United States, it’s a good bet that theories and suggestions will do the rounds from people who believe the storm has been stopped, weakened or Could be driven out to sea – but are any …

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Walk – don’t run – to Medina’s third annual UNRun

MEDINA, Ohio – The Friends of Medina County District Library invite you to cross the ‘finish line’ of their non-running race for a beer – all in support of a good cause. The organization’s third annual UNRun event is half a mile away between Sully’s Irish Pub and Lager Heads …

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Grammy winner Melissa Etheridge performs in Lawrence on August 14th

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter is credited for her latest album, One Way Out Melissa Etheridge recorded songs that fell through the cracks. Now Etheridge, a native of Leavenworth, is bringing them to light. “I just loved putting them out now because I can play these songs live,” she said. “I really …

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Get ready to #dancethenightaway at the Palliser Park Birthday Party

A 60th birthday celebration for a group of friends intensified into an epic summer party on Saturday, July 30 at Palliser Regional Park on the shores of Lake Diefenbaker. A celebration of the 60thth Birthdays for a group of friends intensified into an epic summer party on Saturday, July 30th …

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The Recorder – Greenfield’s The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever is part of a global phenomenon

Published: 07/27/2022 14:12:15 In 2019, Kate Bush fanatics traveled to Greenfield from all over the Northeast to celebrate their work on The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever; it will happen again this Saturday at Energy Park. “It’s a beautiful time to gather with others in the spirit of greatness and …

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Global attacks on farmers prompt massive rallies in support of food producers

A mix of tractors, semi-trucks, half-tons and cars gathered near Peanut Hills Campground on July 23 as part of the nationwide Farmers’ Slow Roll protest. Concerned that world governments are attacking farmers’ ability to grow food and feed the planet, more than 100 vehicles recently rumbled slowly from Moose Jaw …

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Noah Gregor meets fans in Beaumont

Noah Gregor is number 73 with the San Jose Sharks, but he’s number one at Beaumont. The mayor of Beaumont declared July 23 as Noah Gregor Day, and hockey fans lined up at a Beaumont Safeway parking lot on Saturday to meet the NHL native forward as he signed autographs …

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Locals protest Roe vs Wade overturn | news

Community members and others gathered in Hazard on July 16 for a peaceful protest against the US Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Submitted Photos Editor’s Note: The organizer of the event was a juvenile and our policy is not to disclose the names of minors without …

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$20,000 was raised at the 13th Annual Sweet N’ Stickey in Dickey

Photo: Chrissy Cards DICKEY, ND (NewsDakota.com) – The annual Sweet N’ Stickey in Dickey Rib Cook-off was held in Dickey, ND on Saturday, July 9th In its 13th year, the event featured 26 chefs all hoping to win a Sweet N’ Stickey in Dickey trophy and raise funds for the …

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COVID-19 rules fall in Illinois as contagious variants rise

A discarded surgical mask on the sidewalk in Lakeview. Photo Credit: Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images Just like two highly contagious COVID-19 strains As case numbers in our region have taken over, state officials and at least one major promoter have opted to further relax mitigation rules. …

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Art in the pump house returns

Art at the Pumphouse returns this month after a two-year hiatus. The popular outdoor show on the grounds of the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Center in Niagara-on-the-Lake returns for the 15th time on July 30 and 31 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. About 50 returning and new exhibitors …

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Dozens gather in Coeur d’Alene to protest abortion restrictions

More than 100 people gathered in downtown Coeur d’Alene on Sunday to protest the extremely restrictive abortion law that could go into effect as early as next month in Idaho. “We just want our full rights,” Sicilia Smith said, holding up a homemade sign before the protest began. The march …

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Motorcyclists ride 72 miles to raise money for the local Ronald McDonald House – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — Motorcyclists from the area hopped on their bikes Saturday afternoon and set off in hopes of raising thousands of dollars Ronald McDonald House Dayton Charities. The fifth annual Ride for RMHC Dayton Charity Poker Run kicked off at Mack’s Tavern on Miamisburg’s Centerville Road. “It’s amazing to …

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Queer Coffee at The Relay offers LGBTQ Hamiltonians connection and community

Growing up queer in Chatham, Ontario, local queer event organizer WolfE found it difficult to find like-minded connections and communities. This sense of isolation inspired WolfE to create LGBTQ community spaces for others, now with the help of Relay Coffee Roasters featuring Queer Coffee: a queer-focused social event happening every …

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Zeigler hosts a unique car show to benefit firefighters on Saturday | local news

JOHN D. HOMAN The South ZEIGLER – Replicas of vehicles from popular films of the 1970s and ’80s such as Smokey and the Bandit, Maximum Overdrive and Dukes of Hazards will be on display at the Zeigler Circle this Saturday as part of an annual fundraiser for the fire department. …

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Nell Nolan: Essence Festival Lunch, Academy of Trial Lawyers, Together for Ukraine, Three Wishes for Ukraine | parties/society

finish fourth! The empowerment and joy of women, the socialization of judges, and music and fundraisers for Ukraine all add to some of the messages and merriment of the forthcoming 4th of July. Essence Festival Dubbed “the largest African American cultural and music event in the United States,” the Essence …

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It Takes A Village events provide neighborhood resources and interactive lessons on sustainability

MADISON, Wisconsin (WMTV) – The It’s A Village events are back for a second summer with the goal of bringing the community together at Madison’s local public parks. Will R. Glenn Sr., event organizer and librarian at Madison Public Library – Goodman South Teen Services, said the events can connect …

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Community meal welcomes Ukrainian refugee families fleeing war

content of the article After traveling thousands of miles after escaping the war in Ukraine, Nataliia Aykul and her family adjust to life at Fort McMurray. content of the article The family has been in the region for almost two weeks. Aykul said her family was fortunate to have accommodation …

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The Bristol Press – Pinewood Derby helps with medical costs for Boy Scouts with brain cancer

BRISTOL – At the ‘Nick’s Epic Race’ Pinewood Derby, dozens of community volunteers turned out to help with medical expenses for Nick Parenti, a local Boy Scout who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The Derby was sponsored by the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 209 on behalf of …

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FEATURE-LGBTQ+ Nigerians celebrate Pride Month in defiance of anti-gay law

* Homosexual relationships and clubs are prohibited under Nigerian law. * Pride parties are held behind closed doors * LGBTQ+ online visibility that helps change attitudes By Pelumi Salako YouTuber Victor Emmanuel knows firsthand how tough life is for openly gay people in Nigeria, where LGBTQ+ relationships and …

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Cosplay Mania Dates Revealed | The Manila Times

The mascot of Cosplay Mania 2022. PHOTO COURTESY OF COSPLAY.PH FACEBOOK Cosplay Mania, promoter Cosplay.ph (CPH)’s flagship project, has announced the dates of its return. The event returns to its October schedule for the first time since 2019, scheduled for October 1st and 2nd at the SMX Convention Center in …

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Lowcountry celebrates June 16th with a family festival in N. Charleston

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) — The Lowcountry is celebrating June 16 with a family festival in North Charleston featuring multiple musical performances and speakers to honor what organizers are calling the Day of Freedom for African Americans. Sunday’s festival features live music, food, clothing and games at the Jenkins Institute …

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Pride events marred by wave of anti-LGBTQ threats and violence

Placeholder when loading item promotions The wave of right-wing smear campaigns against LGBTQ people is spiraling into violence, with high-profile attacks terrorizing Pride celebrations across the country this month. Extremism researchers have long warned of an escalating risk as far-right Republicans and militant groups portray LGBTQ individuals as “groomers” who …

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Celebration of June 16 to be a two-day event – Herald Democrat

By Future Brown, Herald Democrat In 2021, Congress voted to make June 16 a national federal holiday. In 2022, Grayson County’s June 16th commemoration organizers are taking advantage of holiday information about the region’s history and a once-thriving black business district. The annual Juneteenth celebration in Sherman will be a …

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South Euclid’s second annual Juneteenth celebration is scheduled for June 19 at Garfield Memorial Church

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio – How many local communities are preparing to celebrate June 16 for the first time this year after it has already been June 2021 made a national holidaythis will be the second year of celebrations for South Euclid. South Euclid early celebrated the day reminiscent of 1865 …

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The Budweiser CanAm Walleye Challenge returns to Port Colborne on June 24-25

The Budweiser CanAm Walleye Challenge returns to Port Colborne for the first time in two years, offering substantial cash prizes to those who bring in the biggest. The two-day challenge will take place on June 24th and 25th, with boats departing from Sugarloaf Marina in Port Colborne. Participants will then …

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The Local Moms Demand Action Chapter organizes after mass shootings

The Moms Demand Action Chapter for the western metro area hosted a one-hour meeting at the Edina Library on June 1 to engage communities and take concerted action to help prevent gun violence. As attendees entered a library meeting room, every chair was soon filled, and those who continued to …

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Columbus hosts March for Our Lives rally

Photo provided Columbus is one of six Indiana communities participating in the national March For Our Lives event. The protesters are demanding that lawmakers at the federal or state level take action to stop the mounting wave of mass shootings in the United States. “We’re tired of seeing babies being …

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🌱 North Fork Daily: School Shooter Practice + Missing Teen + Custer

Hello friends. I’m here with your Monday North Fork Daily. A mass casualty drill was held at Greenport High School this weekend, bringing together firefighters, ambulances, police and other agencies from across the East End to prepare for the unthinkable. Communication and collaboration can save lives during an active shooter …

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SECOND AID: Current Strawberry Festival organizers build on last year – The Daily Reporter

Sunny skies greeted guests at Strawberry Festival 2021. Organizers have made plans for a larger tent this year to allow for more shaded seating. Tom Russo | daily reporter GREENFIELD – With a larger tent reserved, more shortcake ingredients purchased and a chosen date to coincide with other local events, …

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Q&A with Alexander Steward, the new organizer of the Lunch Beats concert series: “Music is fun”

There’s a good chance fans of downtown Farmington are already familiar with Alexander Steward. You may have seen him working at Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market since 2015. Or maybe you know Swing Farmington, the swing dance group that Steward has been organizing and DJing since 2010 — although they’ve …

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Cuas lead the locals’ attack at the PPS Kidapawan Netfest

MANILA, Philippines — Andre Cua toppled last week’s champion Jose Palo in the quarterfinals, then took the boys’ under-16 crown and completed a family affair as Dhea Cua held the girls’ over-14 and U-16 titles in his hands PPS-PEPP President’s Cup national age group tennis tournament in Cotabato last Monday. …

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The first orienteering forest event of the season – Yukon News

55 participants took part in the first forest event of the 2022 Yukon orienteering season on May 25th. The event took place in the Long Lake map area behind Whitehorse General Hospital. The area is best known in orienteering circles for its “Kame and Kessel” topography. That means a lot …

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Nürburgring Thursday Notebook – Sportscar365

Photo: Audi Sport ***Both Audi Sport Customer Racing’s GT3 and TCR divisions are in action this weekend as the FIA ​​WTCR Series once again supports the Nürburgring 24. Audi celebrated the occasion with a group photo on the pit straight. ***Phoenix Racing’s N24-winning 2014 and 2019 Audi R8s also joined …

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PIPE Concert Promoter: “Back to a Sense of Normality” Event

Housing Partnerships Inc. volunteers repair dilapidated homes in Williamsburg and encourage city government involvement. (Courtesy of Housing Partnerships Inc.) WILLIAMSBURG — Residential Partnerships, Inc.a non-profit organization dedicated to repairing and replacing substandard housing in Williamsburg, James City County and York County is holding a Shops in the High …

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Calgary’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride attracts well-dressed motorcyclists

A group of Calgary motorcycle enthusiasts turned up in style in their finest three-piece suits and vintage clothing on Sunday to raise money for men’s health. After two years of disruption and social distancing, the 11th annual Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR) was finally able to bring together more than 120 …

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Muncie marches with national ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ crowd for abortion rights | news

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Local artists paint trash cans in downtown Stevens Point

STEVENS POINT, Wisconsin (WSAW) – Some Stevens Point creatives are turning eyesores into art across the city. It is part of the 4th annual Trash Canvas project, which transforms downtown trash cans into public art. Trash Canvas is a way for local artists to showcase their talent and add a …

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The Thursday Night Live season begins next week

Downtown Jefferson City’s Summer Concert Series returns to the intersection of High and Madison Streets next week. The first Thursday Night Live of the year begins May 19 with headlining Shiloh Country Band. The gates open at 6:30 p.m., the opening act Ross Steiner enters the stage at 7 p.m …

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What Tiny Fossils Tell Us About a Giant Extinction

NOVA and paleontologist dr Emily Bamforth Band together to investigate questions that have plagued paleontologists for decades – was the meteorite impact responsible for the mass extinction of dinosaurs, or was an extinction already underway? And why did this meteor impact cause an extinction when others in Earth’s history did …

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Volunteers clean up Allen Park during Saturday’s Good Neighborhood event – The News Herald

While many people are taking advantage of a sunny and warm spring day to beautify their own yards, a group of volunteers had a broader perspective and chose to clean up their town instead. Members of the Allen Park Beautification Commission, along with numerous volunteers, attended the commission’s Good Neighbor …

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The annual event encourages Halifax residents to explore their own backyard

An annual event that encourages Halifax residents to get outside and explore their own backyard is taking place this weekend in honor of urbanist Jane Jacobs. Started in 2007 by friends of Jacobs, Jane’s Walk is a global event where city dwellers can learn and connect with their community and …

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Tailgate Express Events offers customized and affordable party rentals in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX – Tailgate Express Events began as the primary tailgate equipment service provider for Texas Tech University, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and Two Docs Brewing Company. With this success and experience, the company expanded its services to the public, including the Lubbock area. Today it offers Party equipment …

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Local residents disembark to discover ‘Innisfil’ during weekend car rally and scavenger hunt (6 photos)

Residents were out and about this weekend checking out some of Innisfil’s hot spots and landmarks as part of the second annual Discover Innisfil Car Rally and Scavenger Hunt. A total of 33 teams registered for the event and raised $430 for the Innisfil Food Bank. At the event, teams …

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Organizers host the first Soul Food Village event highlighting black businesses in Des Moines

DES MOINES, Iowa — Several people made their way to the Drake neighborhood Saturday for a taste of soul food at the Soul Food Village event. The event took place at Kitchen Spaces in the Drake area. “This really is the brainchild of my father, Ron Bradley, who really wanted …

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aapiNHV is planning events to celebrate AAPI History Month

As aapiNHV expands its membership in New Haven, the organization plans to host three events to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month and bring the AAPI New Haven community closer together. Yash Roy & Giri Viswanathan 1:32 am, April 29, 2022 Staff Reporter & Contributor Reporter Yale Daily News Prior to the …

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The third annual Pride On The Block Transpire Help fundraiser adds LGBTQ+ Youth Pride Party | to this year’s lineup news

Pride On The Block is excited to host a special celebration for and for LGBTQIA+ youth at their third annual block party, held each June at Block 500 of Clematis Street downtown West Palm Beach. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., April 27, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — With the recent political attacks on …

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Gubernatorial Candidates Forum at FSU

April 25 — CUMBERLAND, Md. — Several Maryland governor hopefuls will attend a candidate forum at Frostburg State University on April 30. The event is hosted by FSU, Allegany College of Maryland and Garrett College. Six candidates — four Democrats and two Republicans — have been confirmed for the event, …

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National Picnic Day pop-up event

Promotional photo for the National Picnic Day pop-up event, courtesy of Puppy Picnic Co. Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m Puppy Picnic Co. – Liberty Station Free – $150 VIP tickets are optional It’s time to celebrate National Picnic Day! Join us Puppy Picnic Co. at …

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Macapagal Blvd. Closure not intended to deter rallies: MMDA

(file photo) MANILA – The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said Thursday the partial and full closure of Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard is part of preparation for Vice President and presidential candidate Leni Robredo’s grand rally and is not intended to discourage supporters from coming to the event. In a statement, …

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Gloucester HS Alumni raise money for scholarship fund with golf tournament

(Courtesy of Pexels) HISTORICAL TRIANGLE — That Gloucester High School (GHS) Alumni class of 2003 hosts a golf tournament at James River Country Club on May 16, 2022 to raise money for a new scholarship fund. After brainstorming ways to give back to the community, the GHS class of 2003 …

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Many are enjoying the first fully vaccinated Easter in Oak Park

After two long years of fatigue from COVID-19, attendees at an Easter event in Oak Park say they are grateful for the opportunity to gather again. OAK PARK, California — For many people, it’s the first fully vaccinated Easter weekend. Around this time last year, people were looking for their …

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2022 Pan American Veteran and Senior Chess Championship announced

The 2022 Pan American Veteran and Senior Chess Championship will be held from June 21-26, 2022 at the Praia Brava Hotel in Florianópolis, Brazil. The event, organized by the Confederation of Chess for America (CCA) and the Brazilian Chess Federation (CBX), is open to all players of the American Continental …

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‘Highly insensitive and disrespectful’: Miss Russia NZ pageant organizers urged to cancel or change

The Miss Russia NZ election is scheduled to take place on July 30 in Alexandra Park. Photo / Provided A former Miss Russia NZ head judge wants the event canceled or used as a voice for women in Ukraine. Organizers confirmed that the pageant celebrating Russian culture will take place …

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Kingston Car Show raises funds for tornado victims

KINGSTON, Okla. (KXII) – Auto enthusiasts from around the world were in Kingston today to raise money for those affected by the March tornado. “Every American manufacturer, even some who no longer make cars, is here today,” said event organizer Pete Bridgman. From classics to new models, almost every type …

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Edible Book Fair returns in person after two years online – The Sunflower

The state of Wichita hosted the edible book fair in-person this year after two years of hosting it virtually. Students, staff and faculty are invited to the event to design desserts inspired by a book or character. The idea came from the Dean of Libraries, Kathy Downes. “It’s exciting to …

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Food Truck Fly-In Departs May 21 at San Martin Airport – Morgan Hill Times

Flying machines, food trucks and families will share the flightline at San Martin Airport on May 21 during Food Truck Fly-In, a free community event featuring food, airplane displays, aviation-centric entertainment and live music. This event is a repeat of last year’s event, which attracted more than 2,500 visitors, according …

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Home & Garden Returns | Messages

After a two-year hiatus, the Chaffee Home & Garden Show returned on Saturday and Sunday at the Chaffee County Fairgrounds in Poncha Springs. More than 1,500 people attended the fair to see the 51 vendors and 60 booths. The event showcased both local suppliers and companies from across the country. …

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Hamden hosts the first-ever Pride celebration

HAMDEN — When Jacky Forcucci moved to Hamden in 2019, she was disappointed to learn there was no Pride celebration in the city. But thanks to city workers and residents like Forcucci, that’s about to change. Hamden will host its first official Pride celebration this June. Hosting a local event …

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Elk Grove’s Western Festival is canceled again in 2022

Parade watchers watch the 2005 Western Festival Parade on Elk Grove Blvd. Organizers were keen for the Elk Grove Western Festival to return in 2022 after the ongoing pandemic led to the cancellation of the 2021 event, but called for the event to be canceled due to COVID and sponsor …

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At the Lincoln Memorial, Ukrainians Repeat Zelenskyy’s Plea to “Close the Skies”

A dedicated group of Ukrainian Americans in the DC area gathered at the Lincoln Memorial and called on the US and its allies to confront Russian President Vladimir Putin with a no-fly zone, more efficient arms shipments and increased aid to refugees. Flags fly over the Lincoln Memorial during a …

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Tradition returns: Easter egg hunts return in full force | Messages

As more people shed their winter clothes heading into spring, event organizers in Columbia County plan to bring back a much-coveted Easter tradition. In St. Helens, organizers have redesigned the mecca of all Columbia County Easter events. The traditional mEGGa egg hunt has drawn thousands of people to the Columbia …

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30,000 tickets sold for the Formula E event in Vancouver in 100 days: organizers

Breadcrumb Trail Links Messages local news Organizers plan to make E-Fest a “major event” in Vancouver’s annual calendar. But there is still a lot of work to do before the checkered flag flies. Mitch Evans drives his Jaguar I-TYPE during the 2019 New York City ePrix in Brooklyn with the …

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Promoters Undermine Local Artists – Muyoboke – KT PRESS

Alex Muyoboke-Right with host Andrew Shyaka aka Shyne Acclaimed artist manager Alex Muyoboke is urging event organizers to balance paychecks for local and foreign artists in the same concert if they really want to boost the local music industry. Muyoboke questioned the logic of event organizers in paying a Rwandan …

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St. Baldrick’s head shaving fundraiser on the Las Vegas Strip

More than 100 residents and tourists in Las Vegas had their heads shaved Saturday morning to raise money for childhood cancer research. Local artists served as barbers, shaving mohawks, foot-length curls, and beards for the St Baldrick’s Foundation, endowment‘s 13th Annual Brave the Shave outside of Nine Fine Irishmen in …

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Relive the history and excitement of the 18th century in LCC Frontier History Encampment: The Prowers Journal

Barb Melfi as Annie Oakley in camp Free event on the Lamar Community College campus April 29-30Bringing frontier history to life with historical storytellers, demonstrations and hands-on activities (Lamar, Colorado) – Lamar Community College (LCC) is inviting community members to return to the 19th-century Great Plains in the 2022 Frontier …

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Run Through Time: Annual event attracts 500 runners | Messages

The 17th annual Run Through Time was held in Salida on Saturday, with more than 500 runners taking part in a trail marathon, a trail half marathon, a 2-mile fun run and a children’s 400-meter dash. “It was great,” said Kristy Falcon, organizer of the event. “It was a super …

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Skiers show off their skills at the annual Tawatinaw event

WESTLOCK – Skiers from across Alberta competed in the annual Tawatinaw Valley Freeriders Club Competition March 4-6 on the Tawatinaw Valley Ski Hill. A total of 85 athletes, including 22 girls and 63 boys aged up to 16, took part in the two-day competition. The freeriders won 29 medals in …

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What counts as a tip? Controversy at the US Men’s National Team Trials

The US men’s national bouldering team was decided yesterday at the Stone Summit in Atlanta, Georgia. The event decided which three athletes would join US Olympian Nathaniel Coleman and World Cup gold medalist Sean Bailey on the US national bouldering team. The event was riddled with controversy, with some berating …

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JASON HAHN obituary (1976 – 2022) – Fair Oaks Ranch, TX

Jason Richard Hahn, DC peacefully passed into God’s embrace on February 12, 2022 surrounded by his family and love. Exactly 46 years old, he left this earth on the same day he entered it, on his birthday, February 12, 1976. Jason was born to Tammy Leigh Ingebretson (DeLouis) and Richard …

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Our list of 701 women in agriculture is growing, but are we making progress?

Editor’s Note: Amy Wu is the founder of From Farms to Incubators, an initiative to empower women in agriculture. This month marks a year since the launch of the Women in Agrifood Directory. the Directory first launched in 2018 as Alison Kopf, the founder and CEO of Artemis Ag (now …

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Rallies in support of Ukraine continue outside the Wisconsin State Capitol

March 6, 2022 8:09 p.m Posted: March 6, 2022 8:09 p.m MADISON, Wisconsin — The protest against the war in Ukraine continued Sunday at the Wisconsin State Capitol, but event organizers said their message differed from that of the president and local lawmakers. Dozens of protesters joined in solidarity with …

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Central Alberta Poker Run Raises Thousands for Wetaskiwin County Rural Schools – Bashaw Star

A community-led fundraiser held on February 26, 2022 raised thousands of dollars for four rural Wetaskiwin Regional Public Schools (WRPS). Schools receiving donations include Pigeon Lake Regional, Lakedell Elementary, Falun Elementary and Pipestone Elementary School. When asked by attendees why schools were selected for the fundraising as opposed to an …

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$15,000 prize pool gaming tournament comes to Vancouver

Participants can take part in games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Magic the Gathering! Hundreds of players will descend on the Vancouver Convention Center this April to revive a wide-ranging tournament with a five-figure prize pool. Vancouver Battle Royale (VBR) is a gaming tournament series created by Vancouver Street …

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Russia-based CS:GO teams banned from BLAST Premier events, CIS qualifier canceled due to Ukraine conflict

BLAST Premier, a popular pro CS:GO Esports League, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, has banned teams based in Russia from participating in events for the “foreseeable future” and canceled the upcoming CIS qualifier. The organizer apologized to fans and players from the region in one post on social media today and …

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Four Corners Prayer Run stops in Cortez to rest and refuel – The Journal

Participants in the Four Corners Missing and Murdered Indigenous People prayer walk arrived in Cortez Friday night. They ate at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and were invited to stay the night. (Jim Mimiaga/The Diary) Jim Mimiaga Participation grew as the 232-mile race passed through area towns The Four Corners Missing …

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Two Lunar New Year celebrations are celebrated on Sunday, old traditions reinforced with new symbolism

The Greater Boston Chinese/Lunar New Year Rolling Car Parade arrives in Malden in 2021. (Photo: Rolling Car Parade) Although the Lunar New Year began on February 1st, it will be celebrated on Sunday with a small street festival in Harvard Square and a car parade from Boston that will stop …

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Subsea Expo expects more than 3,000 guests | Rigzone

Subsea Expo 2022 will welcome more than 3,000 guests this week when the conference and exhibition returns to Aberdeen, event organizer Global Underwater Hub (GUH) has announced. The three-day event will see UK and international delegates attend Aberdeen’s P&J Live from 22-24 February with more than 110 exhibiting companies, GUH …

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OhioX is bringing the state’s first tech summit to Cleveland this spring

Just South of Southwest had to start somewhere. Since this is of course the first year, the OhioX Tech Summit 2022 won’t be nearly as extensive as the acclaimed 35-year-old festival that brings together the technology, film and music industries in Austin, Texas each year. But for the organizers behind …

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The Princeton Public Library’s Black History Month event discusses the legacy of Paul Robeson and black activism

in a (n event Entitled “Black Activism, Then and Now,” hosted by the Princeton Public Library on Tuesday February 15, panelists discussed local, national and international activism from Paul Robson, a musician, athlete, and prominent racial equality activist. Born in the city of Princeton, Robeson’s legacy of ongoing student activism …

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Jefferson’s Opera House Theater Players host ‘Sweetest Sunday of the Year’ | Messages

JEFFERSON – The theater performers at Jefferson’s Opera House and their guests had a pretty sweet time on Sunday while raising money for the community theater organization. The theater group’s “Sweetest Sunday of the Year” presented food for the soul at Jefferson Christ Episcopal Church as part of their annual …

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Police call for peace as protests weekend to hit Winnipeg, other parts of Manitoba – Winnipeg

Winnipeg Police say they hope to keep the peace this weekend as a series of protests are planned in and around the city. The ongoing protest against the Manitoba Legislature — in support of the so-called “Freedom Convoy” in Ottawa and dubbed “occupation” of the area by Winnipeg Mayor Brian …

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Consumer-friendly ticket transfer bill advances in Florida Legislature

A bill that would require ticketing platforms to offer consumers freedom to buy tickets Committee resigned unanimously in the Florida Legislature Monday. The statement, SB1316, was passed unanimously by the Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee by a 9-0 vote. it will next be considered by the Senate Judiciary Committee. According …

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Mankato Elks Lodge hosts an Inclusion Bowling event

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) -At the WOW! Zone in Mankato, St. Clair sophomore hosted the annual ELKS inclusion bowling event. Mankato Elks Lodge aims to serve at-risk youth and veterans through community events and programs, and they have been involved with the annual event for four years. “The inclusion event is …

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Despite rumours, Ishita Gupta says she is “related to her work”.

Ishita Gupta is an Indian model and actress from London. She went from event organizer to successful model, actor and entrepreneur and is now a household name. She started her career as an events organizer at Red Chillies Entertainment in association with the Cinerug Group of Companies in 2012 for …

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