Lakeside Live got off to a successful start despite the cold Saturday night | news

CITY OF PELL – Residents braved the cold this weekend to enjoy the first Lakeside Live Music Festival and Car Show on Saturday. Event organizer Casey Cambron said the event saw large crowds during the day, but the crowds thinned as the sun set and temperatures rose into the 1930s. …

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Body snapped from where it was going

When David Saunders, 98, died of COVID-19 in late August, his family donated his body to Med Ed Labs for medical and scientific research. But KING-TV in Portland, Oregon reports that Med Ed sold the body to Jeremy Ciliberto, the organizer of the Oddities and Curiosities Expo, which is touring …

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Providence Film Group, a subsidiary of Valiant Eagle, Inc. (OTC: PSRU), signs groundbreaking film development agreement with New Republic Pictures and renowned American film producer Brian Oliver

LOS ANGELES, November 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Valiant Eagle, Inc. (OTC: PSRU) is proud to announce that it has signed a groundbreaking film development agreement with legendary New Republic Pictures and its founder, the renowned film producer. Brian Oliver. The company and Brian Oliver aim to produce and …

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Efforts to Find the Missing South Idaho Boy Next | Idaho

The Fruitland community continues to work together to find a 5-year-old boy named Michael Vaughan who was reported missing on July 27th. For the past three months, the Fruitland Police, state law enforcement officers, and the community have been searching tirelessly for Vaughan. Community members plan to hold a painting …

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72 hour truce weekend in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – Local activists urge the community to lay down arms this weekend, advocating a 72-hour ceasefire. They began their advance on Friday morning at 12:01 p.m. at Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis with a prayer and vigil for those who lost their lives in the city’s deadliest year of …

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Downtown Derby is Halloween weekend

The Downtown Derby runs to Marble Falls on Halloween weekend October 30-31. The family-friendly soap box races are free for spectators. “We’re super excited,” said event organizer Mary Kay Ragan. “We’re really excited to see new faces and people who have raced in the past. There are several people who …

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Huge new music studio space planned for Hendersonville

HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – Music City Studios announced Wednesday that they would be building a new one-of-a-kind campus on 47 acres in Hendersonville. The studio will provide a “creative campus” dedicated to content, production, film, live touring, broadcast, virtual production, and technical and business support for Metaverse-based companies. The anchor …

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Rigby hosts Toys for Tots parade

RIGBY, Idaho (KIFI) – The first annual Toys for Tots parade made its way to east Idaho on Saturday, and it wasn’t just your standard parade. This time everyone was on horseback. A concept that event organizer Steve Simmons implemented last year. “I only moved here from New Mexico two …

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Microsoft pulls LinkedIn out of China as the news industry rattles social media

Tech giant Microsoft has withdrawn its professional social media service LinkedIn from mainland China, highlighting the regulatory compliance difficulties in China. The move marks the retreat of the last major Western social media operation in China, in which the communist government pushed back against technology companies, private capital and Western …

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Events in mid-October | myMotherLode.com

Several events and fundraising drives are planned for the Mother Lode this weekend. Tomorrow, October 15, the Sierra Foothills are hosting Residential Care Dinner On The Run, a drive-through spaghetti dinner. There’s macaroni and cheese for kids, and you don’t have to go without the car door service from your …

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Free breakfast for educators at McDonald’s

McDonald’s owners and operators in the Houston area invite local school teachers, administrators, and staff to a complimentary breakfast in recognition and appreciation for their temporary and temporary contributions to their communities – both in and out of the classroom – over the past year. All educators – teachers, administrators, …

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Istanbul heralds a new chapter for the arts

“This is a new contemporary Istanbul for a new era,” said the fair’s founder, Ali Gureli, at the start of the 16th edition of the art fair as sailboats passed on the water. As one of several Istanbul cultural projects, the fair took place at the former Ottoman shipyards on …

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The organizers of the East Palo Alto community are running a brake light clinic and an extinguishing workshop

Located in Santa Clara County, Black and Latinx residents are prosecuted disproportionately for criminal offenses and administrative offenses. Many residents of East Palo Alto who Has Historically marginalized due to discriminatory housing practices dating back to the 1960s, saying they are the target of overzealous enforcement of minor violations. Fiani …

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Underground night club planned in Hanover city center

HANNOVER – Hanover has never been a city known as a nightlife destination, but an ambitious project now running in the basement of the former Dartmouth Bookstore on South Main Street could change that. The Hanover-based developer Jay Campion is building a nearly 7,000 square meter restaurant and nightclub, which …

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Costume contest offers early Halloween fun | Local news

While Pumpkin Fest continues to celebrate 25 strong years within the St. Joseph Congregation, contestants and contestants had the opportunity to take home some prizes on Saturday morning as the festival hosted its annual costume contest and parade. While the pumpkin festival fairgrounds were filled with costumes from all walks …

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