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Whilst energy has appear on for most New Orleans inhabitants and enterprises have been reopening with confined several hours, there will be live amusement in the city this weekend.

Tipitina’s is internet hosting two nights of reveals benefitting Second Harvest Foodstuff Financial institution and the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic. 

Billy Iuso performs on Friday evening, along with Brad Walker, Reggie Sanclan, Andriu Yanovski and Ezell Smith. The Quickening performs on Saturday. Both exhibits are sponsored by Crystal Scorching Sauce, and there will be collections of canned food stuff and cleaning provides. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the shows start

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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Wichita’s annual LGBTQ+ celebration is scaling back festivities this year due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

Wichita Pride said it’s canceling all indoor activities it had scheduled for the two-day celebration later this month.

The organization said it will still have its pride parade on Sunday, September 26 with some protective measures in place.

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Salt substitutes with decreased sodium concentrations and amplified potassium levels have been revealed to lower blood tension, but their effects on cardiovascular and safety outcomes are unsure.


We performed an open-label, cluster-randomized trial involving folks from 600 villages in rural China. The members had a heritage of stroke or were 60 years of age or older and experienced superior blood stress. The villages were being randomly assigned in a 1:1 ratio to the intervention team, in which the contributors employed a salt substitute (75% sodium chloride and 25% potassium chloride by mass), or to the handle

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With COVID-19 instances when yet again climbing, the St. Luke’s Half Marathon organizers have created the final decision to cancel its yearly race functions.

The event’s fifty percent marathon, 5K and youth run, all scheduled for Oct. 16 and 17, have been nixed for this year, the wellness network declared in a assertion on Tuesday. Soon after staying pushed to October, the modern sharp increase in scenarios prompted the race organizers and St. Luke’s University Health and fitness Network’s infectious disorder management device to make the selection to cancel the race for the basic safety of all included.


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Labor Day weekend is on the horizon, and regardless of the the latest surge in COVID-19 circumstances, there is no scarcity of gatherings prepared. 

From a brand name-new songs pageant to Celtic celebrations, here’s a glance at what’s going on in and all-around the Des Moines metro this holiday break weekend:


Topping the charts is the first Riverview Tunes Festival, headlined by the Atlanta hip-hop duo EarthGang.

The just one-day festival from noon-10:30 p.m. Saturday includes a slew of other performers, among the them the rapper Duckwrth and the R&B duo VanJess. A 2nd phase affiliated with Drake audio venue

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From freebies to live tapings, here’s what’s happening at the KARE 11 Barn this year.

ST PAUL, Minn — Editors note: The above video originally aired on KARE 11 on Aug. 13, 2021.

While KARE 11 will not be broadcasting full newscasts live from the Minnesota State Fair this year, you can still stop by for giveaways and lots of other events at the KARE 11 Barn.

Here’s what’s happening this year:

  • Pick up your free KARE 11 and Affinity Plus water bottle, daily at 10:30 a.m.
  • Watch live WeatherMinds workshops with KARE 11 Sunrise weathercaster Guy Brown, weekdays at
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Massive Purple Welcome events continue on into the very first 6 weeks of the semester. Down load the NEBRASKA app from the App Shop or Google Participate in to perspective the upcoming events and make your individual individualized Major Purple Welcome agenda.

**Any person attending Large Crimson Welcome pursuits ought to be ready to clearly show their Safer Community application and Party Pass code on their smartphone to enter the party spots.**

Free of charge Team Conditioning 7 days

Every day, August 23–28  |  Campus Rec Centre and Rec & Wellness Middle

All physical fitness lessons are no cost this

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PHOENIX — While some larger events went on despite the ongoing pandemic — Spring Training, Phoenix Open, Barrett-Jackson, and NBA Finals — for many, it has been more than a year since smaller, community events, such as music, food, and drink festivals have been put on.

Come the fall, which is typically when event organizers can take advantage of Arizona’s cooler weather, there are several festivals, events, and traveling exhibitions to check out.


Aug. 26 – Nov. 28 | Immersive Van Gogh Experience – This massive immersive traveling art show makes its way to Old

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Outkick founder Clay Travis knew politics and recent functions would change sports as the basis of his program when he still left athletics talk radio for “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Clearly show,” but the outspoken host doesn’t have any regrets. 

“We’re getting a really good time and I think we’re having just one of the smartest, if not the smartest, every day discussions wherever in radio on any topic, just about every solitary day with our audience,” Travis instructed Fox Information. “So a lot of it is important conversations that I genuinely assume would not be using put

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Hopin founder and CEO Johnny Boufarhat.


LONDON — When Johnny Boufarhat founded his virtual situations small business two a long time ago, there was no pandemic, no lockdowns and no travel restrictions. That all altered in 2020.

The coronavirus outbreak pressured a multitude of big activities and conferences to be cancelled or postponed, as governments close to the globe imposed restrictions on public existence to control the distribute of Covid-19.

The final result was a boom in video clip conferencing software benefiting the likes of Zoom, Microsoft and Google.

But it was not just U.S. tech giants that saw

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DJ Farrah Flosscett, food items trucks, video games, and giveaways are all at Summer months Household (101 12th St. South, Arlington) for joyful hour tonight, July 29. It’ll run from 5-7 PM. Standard admission is absolutely free, but for $10, you are going to get an igloo cooler with freebies and a Peruvian Brothers food items truck voucher.

Are you the best ’90s-sitcom admirer? Verify your know-how at trivia tonight, July 29 at Mess Hall (703 Edgewood St., NE). Brews from Port Town and wines by the glass will be offered, and you can munch on

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The Tour de France is finished for another year, but don’t worry: we’re not in for the usual post-Tour lull that normally happens at this time. Nope, in 2021, we can turn our attention from the Tour straight to the Tokyo Olympics.

This isn’t your usual Olympics. For starters, it’s been delayed by a year due to COVID (it’s still called “Tokyo 2020” though). Spectators aren’t allowed, more than 80% of the Japanese people don’t want the Games to happen, and athletes are already testing positive for COVID in the Olympic village. Still, the Games are going ahead, and

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Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health crisis, we are currently highlighting events in person and digitally, as well as in-person exhibitions open in the New York area. See our picks from around the world below. (Times are all EST unless otherwise noted.)


Monday, July 19 and Tuesday, July 20

Sky Cubacub. Photo courtesy of Sky Cubacub.

1. “Disability Futures Virtual Festival” at the Ford Foundation, New York

Ford Foundation has partnered with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and United States Artists on this virtual

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The streets of Utah’s capital city were built wide enough to turn around a wagon team, but as he navigated them on horseback Monday, Gov. Spencer Cox wanted to focus on looking forward.

“Last year was a rough year, as we all know, and we’re back and bigger than ever,” the governor said Monday after saddling up in Salt Lake City to mark the return of Days of ’47 festivities that were canceled in the pandemic last year.

He and first lady Abby Cox, who both grew up riding horses in rural Sanpete County, returned to their roots for the

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2021 Speedo Central Zone Sectionals – Section 1

The first round of the 2021 Speedo Sectionals Series kicked off last weekend throughout many U.S. sites, including at the RecPlex in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin for Section 1 of the Central Zone Sectionals, featuring teams from Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin. Highlighting the four-day affair were triple event winners Barrington 17-year-old Griffin O’Leary and Wisconsin Badger Jack Leuthold alongside double-event winners 17-year-old Olivia Dorshorst of Barrington and 15-year-old Lucy Thomas of Elmbrook.

O’Leary, committed to swim for USC in fall 2022. O’Leary’s first win was in the 200 fly, swimming exactly a second

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Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health crisis, we are currently highlighting events in person and digitally, as well as in-person exhibitions open in the New York area. See our picks from around the world below. (Times are all EST unless otherwise noted.)


Monday, July 12 and Tuesday, July 13

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Manhattanhenge (2001), sunset looking down 34th Street. One of two days when the sunset is exactly aligned with the grid of streets in Manhattan. Photo ©Neil deGrasse Tyson, courtesy of the American Museum of

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Astronomers plan weekend Star Parties

Amateur Astronomers of Pittsburgh will host Star Parties at 8:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the Nicholas E. Wagman Observatory, 225 Kurn Road, in Deer Lakes Regional Park, Frazer, weather permitting.

Amateur astronomers, students and the general public are welcome. Bring binoculars, a blanket and camping chair. If you obtained a telescope recently and don’t know how to use it, you are invited to bring it.

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Photo courtesy of City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Special Events

Celebrate the Fourth of July with our guide to fireworks, parades, concerts and more happening around Greater Houston on and before Independence Day, Sunday, July 4, 2021.

This year, the Fourth of July brings us events, celebrations, and fireworks displays that everyone missed out on in 2020.

From Galveston to Conroe and everywhere in between, cities across the Greater Houston area are gearing up for big firework spectacles, concerts, and much more. Check out our guide below to find a celebration near you.

Things to Do on July 4th

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This Fourth of July marks the first holiday since California dropped most of its COVID-19 guidelines, allowing for the return of in-person events. Here is a list of events happening across Southland to celebrate America’s birthday.

Los Angeles County

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OKLAHOMA City (KFOR) – The Oklahoma City Delight Alliance and Pridefest attendees kicked off pleasure gatherings in Scissortail Park Friday, which bundled all the things from concert events and foods to drag shows.

The Oklahoma summer season sun beaming down didn’t cease the park from getting packed.

“This message, it speaks for alone, be who you are and be Ok with that,” mentioned Bralon Thomas, a Pridefest attendee.

“I’m delighted to be right here,” explained Selena Mendoza, a Pridefest attendee. “I’m joyful that everyone can occur jointly and rejoice

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“Crabs and Crushes,” a pop-up from Lucky Buns chef Alex McCoy, is coming to Union Market. Photograph courtesy of Alex McCoy.

The July 4th weekend around DC is shaping up to be a fun one with firework watch parties, crab feasts, barbecues, and plenty of brunches to nurse a holiday hangover on Monday. Here’s your guide to weekend fun.

Catch fireworks from penthouse cabanas at La Vie. Photograph courtesy of La Vie

Fireworks Watch Parties

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Wolfgang Puck’s Georgetown steakhouse is serving a $295 per person family-style menu with a rooftop view of the fireworks

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A prevailing storyline in track and area for the very last two decades has been this: the U.S. gentlemen could gain each Olympic gold medal from 100m as a result of 800m.

An American is either the reigning globe champion or the swiftest person in 2021 in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 110m hurdles and 400m hurdles.

People runners are envisioned to be analyzed to different degrees at the Olympic Trials, which start out Friday at the new Hayward Discipline in Eugene, Oregon.

Some, like Grant Holloway (environment 110m hurdles winner) and Rai Benjamin (400m hurdles earth leader), are sizeable

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The governor was still onstage speaking that afternoon in May when the wheels started turning in Jon Witz’s head.

Amid Michigan’s ongoing pandemic restrictions, the veteran Michigan festival promoter had postponed Rock ‘n’ Rides, his Royal Oak carnival and music event, to a date in September. But now Gretchen Whitmer was unveiling the state’s reopening plans. Could Witz actually pull off Rock ‘n’ Rides in June as originally scheduled?

Whitmer’s announcement set off a flurry of phone calls between the promoter and Royal Oak officials, who ultimately gave their blessing. Next came the meetings with sponsors, vendors and nonprofit partners.

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