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Justice rally held in LaDuke case – Winchester Sun

Rally held for justice in LaDuke case Published 9:46 am Wednesday 23 November 2022 1 from 2 Demonstrators even came from Ohio and Georgia to attend the rally on the steps of the Jessamine County Courthouse to demand justice for Desman LaDuke. (Photo by Gillian Stawiszynski) The protest also included …

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Taylor Swift fans’ complaints about Ticketmaster’s website are prompting an investigation

So great was the desire of Taylor Swift fans to see the singer live in concert next year that ticketing site Ticketmaster crashed during a pre-sale period. Millions of “Swifties,” as the pop artist’s fans are known, flocked to the site to purchase tickets to see Swift on her upcoming …

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The Tour of Britain and Women’s Tour organizers have signed a four-year deal with the Welsh Government

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75 times people didn’t have to go shopping and make their own awesome things as shared in this online sewing community (new pics)

He noted that he had not forged the armor himself as it would be extremely difficult. For one, you would need to invest in some very specific tools. “The armor is real iron and weighs around 30 kilograms in total (including the helmet, which is not pictured). [66 pounds]. That’s …

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Don’t let the funk fade, Winterblast is worth saving

When a loose balloon hit a power line at last year’s Winterblast street festival in Santa Rosa’s South of A Street Arts District, there was a brief lull in the celebration. There was a boom. sparks flew. And the power went out. People looked at each other quizzically for half …

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Cathedral City installs “Fields of Valor” in honor of veterans in Patriot Park

Cathedral City volunteers and members of the Rotary Club hosted the opening ceremony in Patriot Park for the week-long installation Fields of Valor. Jo Anne Kennon, event organizer and Fields of Valor co-chair, says Patriot Park has honored veterans for over a decade. “We hope to bring awareness to the …

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The proposed air show will require some schooling, the county official says

To clarify that he has no intention of going to Las Vegas for a fun three-day fling, County Highway Superintendent Tim Hens asked for the Ways & Means Committee’s blessing to attend an airshow conference in December. A trip to Nevada would include the cost of district staff time for …

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Alpine wren wins New Zealand’s Bird of the Year 2022-Xinhua

This undated file photo shows a small alpine wren in New Zealand. The critically endangered little alpine wren has won New Zealand’s Bird of the Year 2022, the organizer announced on Monday. The Bird of the Year competition is an annual competition run by New Zealand’s independent conservation organization Forest …

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Weeklong celebration at Oak Point Park in Plano honoring veterans and first responders

Numerous activities are planned as part of a week-long celebration from November 5-12 honoring military veterans and first responders. The sixth annual Plano Flags of Honor is hosted by the Plano East Rotary Club in partnership with the City of Plano. One of the highlights of the event is a …

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At the Picatinny competition, children build catapults to hurl pumpkins into the lake

About 50 students from five schools in northern New Jersey measured their engineering skills in a competition on Friday, October 21 to see who designed the catapult capable of launching pumpkins the farthest into Lake Picatinny. Students and their teachers representing Dover Middle School, New Providence High School, Madison High …

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Back on the streets, Front Royal’s Festival of Leaves is celebrating its half-century

The County of Warren Parks and Recreation Department announces upcoming programs beginning for the month of November. To see if any of these programs are eligible for online registration, visit the website at parksandrecreation.warrencountyva.net. Tiny Tykes Basketball League Registration will take place until November 18, 2022 This program emphasizes fundamental …

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Phillies-Padres NLCS: where to buy tickets legally

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Were you one of the lucky ones to snag tickets to the Phillies-Padres NLCS at Monday morning’s box office? If not, don’t worry. You can still head to Citizens Bank Park for Games 3, 4 and 5 if you wish, but it could cost a pretty penny. …

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Englewood Beach Waterfest organizer launches ‘Racing To Recovery’ initiative.

With her decision to join the Englewood Beach Waterfest/Offshore Powerboat Association World Championships (November 17-20) in Southwest Florida, held earlier this week, event organizers are wrapping up details of a community-wide campaign dubbed “Racing to Recovery.” The initiative is “focused on covering operational costs and providing support to local residents …

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‘The First Event of Its Kind’: Students Host Harvard Trans+ Community Event | news

Hundreds of students and affiliates crowded the Cabot House Theater Wednesday night for Harvard College’s first Trans+ Community Celebration. The event, which included speaker panels and a health services resource fair, was hosted by the College’s Office of BGLTQ Student Life and Harvard’s Chapter of Athlete Ally – an organization …

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Cox withdraws from Unite the Right event after concerns raised by Jewish group

Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Cox outside the Maryland Courts of Appeal Building in Annapolis on Friday. Photo by Bruce DePuyt. Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Cox abruptly withdrew from a GOP unit gathering Monday after a Jewish group said the event’s name evoked memories of the deadly white supremacist event in …

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Hope, BC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Sylvester Stallone’s iconic film

The Hope, BC community is committed to its Rambo roots with a weekend event to celebrate the 40th anniversary of First Blood. The iconic 1982 film, which led to four sequels and an animated TV series, was filmed at multiple locations in and around Hope. The community’s connection to the …

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The Pad Party partners with a local boutique for the National Period Action Day trade-in event

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – In response to the national supply chain, inflation and higher local demand, The Pad Party is partnering with Terra Shepherd Boutique & Apothecary to increase donations of menstrual products to The Banquet. The promotion starts on Saturday October 8th and lasts until Monday …

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NFL Draft Seeks Diverse Vendors for “The Biggest Event in Our City’s History”; How to apply

WWhen the NFL Draft comes to Kansas City in April, various local companies will share the stage with the next generation of football players. That NFL Business Connect program is an initiative that seeks to connect up to 100 local, diverse companies with major event experience with contract opportunities related …

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Cruisin’ for a Cause will haunt the streets of Park Hills on Saturday

The annual Cruisin’ for a Cause event returns to Downtown Park Hills for the fifth time on Saturday. This year’s cruise added a Haunted Park & ​​Hayride through Columbia Park. Cruisin’ for a Cause benefits the Park Hills Senior Center’s Meals on Wheels program, which provides meals to hundreds of …

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Ide Adobe Park Hosts Art in the Park Event – Red Bluff Daily News

RED BLUFF — Materials were available Saturday for anyone interested in learning how to illustrate and identify the western bluebird at the William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park in Red Bluff. Contestants finish their Western Bluebirds Saturday drawings at Ide Adobe State Park. (George Johnston/Daily News) Park Aide Veronica …

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City of Leavenworth sues Projekt Bayern over Oktoberfest ‘branding’

The City of Leavenworth is suing Projekt Bayern for trademark infringement over use of the “Leavenworth Oktoberfest” name. Both companies will meet this Tuesday in Spokane US District Court. On July 20, 2022, the city filed a lawsuit against the non-profit project Bavaria at Leavenworth for allegedly misleading consumers into …

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Queer students host ‘deviant’ ad during Harvard College’s Faith and Action event | news

Dressed in rainbow colors, a group of LGBTQ+ students attended a Harvard College Faith and Action event last Friday to counter a speaker’s message that many felt was homophobic. Titled “What’s the Good News for My LGBTQ+ Neighbors?” the HCFA worship event featured Tyler S. Parker ’17, a minister of …

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Westwood Baptist Church Announces Return of Craft Fair – Shelby County Reporter

Westwood Baptist Church announces the return of the Craft Fair Published 9:32 am Wednesday 21 September 2022 Westwood Baptist Church is hosting its annual craft fair, Designed by Women for Women, on Tuesday, October 4th. The event provides an opportunity for the community to support women-owned businesses and also the …

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Cedar City Hosts 5th Annual ‘Out of the Darkness’ Suicide Prevention Walk – St George News

Cedar City’s Fifth Annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Suicide Prevention, Cedar City, Utah, September 17, 2022 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News/Cedar City News CEDAR CITY — About 300 people participated in Cedar City’s fifth annual “Out of the Darkness” community march to prevent suicide …

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Senior Expo offers information, fun

TEXARKANA, Texas–Hundreds of seniors gathered Friday morning to explore all that Townsquare Media’s 23rd annual Senior Expo had to offer at the Texarkana Convention Center. “People my age need to think about how they are planning for the last phase of their lives,” said event organizer Andi Darby. “We feel …

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Indigenous Peoples Day events in October

Photo via The Alliance for a Viable Future. Big Barrington – A Celebration of Native American Culture in the Berkshires will be held Saturday, October 8th through Monday, October 10th. The series of events is organized by The organization Alliance for a Viable Future. According to a press release from …

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Organizer schedules community meeting in Aspen with CPW over recent bear death

This map shows bear activity in Colorado in 2021. Colorado Parks and Wildlife The Aspen community will have the opportunity this month to interview state wildlife officials and hear from them about the euthanization of a sow and her four pups last month. The Colorado Bear Coalition will be hosting …

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The Pride Festival, taking place on Saturday, could be Durango’s biggest yet – The Durango Herald

Hundreds come to embrace their inner selves and celebrate the community The Durango Pride Parade moved from Fifth Street to Buckley Park on Saturday. The Durango Pride Parade and Festival is an opportunity for members of the LGBT-plus community to go out and meet while expressing themselves in a safe …

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Daughter shares memories of late father, the restaurant owner who met Queen Elizabeth in Seattle

Daughter shares memories of late father, the restaurant owner who met Queen Elizabeth in Seattle One Bellevue restaurant owner who was able to meet her during this trip will also be remembered by his family as they shared fond memories of his love for the Royal Family and his aspiration …

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Ticketmaster defends ticket price hike in response to Pascrell

Defending its role in soaring ticket prices, Ticketmaster issued an official statement this week in response to a letter responding from Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) following the massive controversy surrounding Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s 2023 tour were requested. Live Nation Entertainment’s ticketing company has been under fire …

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Political Candidates Forum at Alabama Florida Football Classic

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WSFA) – Advocates are putting a twist on college football games by bringing guidelines to the field. During the first Alabama Florida Football Classic Community replant tailgatepolitical candidates have the opportunity to talk about current issues. “The tailgate on September 24, the multimedia conference and political form on …

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Day of the Cube is coming to Fountain Valley

Rubik’s Cubes can certainly be a source of frustration, but on Saturday afternoon in Fountain Valley it was just an exercise for fun. The second “Day of the Cube” 3-by-3 speedcubing event took place at Los Alamos Park. 95 children from all over Southern California attended the event and survived …

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WWE cancels upcoming live event

WWE has canceled the upcoming Sunday Stunner live event scheduled for September 11 in Eugene, Oregon. While WWE has not issued an official statement, ticketmaster posted a general message regarding the cancellation, discussing the refund process for fans who bought tickets. “Unfortunately, the organizer had to cancel your event. No …

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Gomera, Padilla Policeman, important PPS honors

Philstar.com August 29, 2022 | 12:02 p.m MANILA, Philippines — Mcleen Gomera and Judy Ann Padilla defeated their respective rivals to share the under-16 titles, then earned second place in the first-team to a mix of winners at the PPS-PEPP National Junior Tennis Championships to head in Consolacion, Cebu over …

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Serbia cancels EuroPride parade citing far-right threats | News | DW

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced his decision on Saturday to cancel a pan-European LGBTQ pride march in Belgrade, saying the country was grappling with too many other issues at the moment. Organized by the European Pride Organizers Association (EPOA), the EuroPride event was scheduled to take place from September 12-18. …

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Podcast organizer seeks forgiveness after Ben Shapiro is ‘present’ at event – OutKick

A podcast organizer wants your forgiveness. Podcast Movement says it made a serious mistake and apologizes profusely. The organizer is sorry, ashamed and embarrassed. What happened? Did too many whites come? Didn’t they play enough songs by female artists? No, it’s even worse. Ben Shapiro appeared briefly near a booth …

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Kids Bike Day continues tradition in honor of longtime organizer | Transcript of Glenn County

Orland Raceway has hosted a children’s bike night at the facility since 1990, but this year’s event, held on Saturday, was far more emotional because it honored longtime event organizer Barbara Crain after her death. “Continuing the event has been challenging but the most rewarding,” said Ashley Amaro, organizer of …

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The aim of the event is to support parents in coping with the stress of starting school

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — If you’re a parent and you’re stressed about your kids getting back to school — two educators want to help. They’re hosting a free event in Waimalu next Sunday to teach parents how to prepare their kids for success while supporting each other with mental health. “Education …

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The annual Sunday is Funday is this weekend

What would Sunday is Funday be without a horse being walked through Haynes Park by volunteers from Loving Thunder Therapeutic Riding, Inc. (Gary Herron/Observer) Sunday 17 is Funday is back for the second year after a pandemic-related hiatus in 2020, scheduled for noon to Sunday afternoon 4. Admission is again …

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Twenties get their kicks at Peninsula Park Six

Resorters 2022 golf champions Scott Jardine (right) and Jill Trider (left) stand next to Jason Daubner, general manager of Peninsula State Park Golf Course (center). submitted. An easy Sunday round of the short course kicked off the week’s big event: the Resorters Tournament at Peninsula State Park Golf Course. Winners …

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The first Charity Skins Game at Mohawk Golf Club provides entertainment

NISKAYUNA — Exhibits like the first Charity Skins Game to be played at Mohawk Golf Club on Tuesday are meant to entertain more than charm galleries with golf skills, but David Duval reminded everyone these guys can play. Duval, along with four current and former members of the PGA Tour …

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Chad Blair: Hawaii Democrats pledge unity and commitment in upcoming election

Gubernatorial candidate Kai Kahele failed to show up for the Hawaii Democratic Party’s breakfast on Sunday morning. So was Vicky Cayetano, who event organizer Linda Chu Takayama said was absent because husband Ben Cayetano didn’t feel well enough to attend. But the ballroom on the fifth floor of the Japan …

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Disguised Toast calls out xQc to gamble at the Twitch Rivals Rust event

During the last Pull out Rivals competition – this time a four-team battle rust– Toast in disguise called xQc during the interview and claimed that Pull out Star wasted a little too much of his junk game. Disguised toast Twitch Rivals rust event has finally returned, but this time it …

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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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