Event planners investigate upcoming Madison Taco Festival with acerbic reputation

September 8, 2021 11:33 PM Posted: September 8, 2021 11:33 PM MADISON, Wisconsin – Event planners with Breese Stevens Field in Madison say they are investigating an upcoming taco festival that has sparked complaints in several cities it has visited in recent weeks. The event, billed as a festival featuring …

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Cincinnati Reds vs Chicago Cubs – September 8, 2021

Photo: Doug Gray The Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs meet on Wednesday night, with the winner of the contest also becoming the series winner after the two went their separate ways in the first two games. The first pitch is set for 7:40 p.m. ET. Starting lineups Starting throwers Vladimir …

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Valley News – Out & About: Newport, NH, the two cats in the library are worth a visit

The Richards Free Library in Newport is a magnificent building. The three-story Colonial Revival style home has large curved windows and intricate moldings under other windows on the third floor that overlook downtown Newport. Inside, the space welcomes natural light. A dark curving staircase and a massive fireplace on the …

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Red Notice Already Feels Like True Lies (And That’s Perfect)

Dwayne Johnson Netflix movie Red Notice looks to blend action and comedy with the spy thriller genre – much like classic 90s actioner True Lies. The upcoming Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson movie Red Notice is extremely reminiscent of classic 90s action comedy True Lies. Early indications suggest that the new Netflix film will …

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Ben Watkins wins Lavonia Speedway World of Outlaw Late Models event!

Photo by Jacy Norgaard RED CLAY REDEMPTION: Watkins takes first career World of Outlaws victory at Lavonia The Rock Hill, SC pilot survived multiple reboots and a challenge from Tyler Bruening to find Victory Lane LAVONIA, GA – September 3, 2021 – In 2019, Ben Watkins had a flat tire …

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Despite wave of covid, events welcome fans to US

NEW YORK – Loud screams and warm applause returned at the US Open tennis tournament on Monday, bursts of sound that offered some form of reaction to almost every action. Also back: long lines to go through the doors and buy something to eat or drink. One year after spectators …

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Rieg is Acting Dean of the IUP College of Education and Communications | Way of life

INDIANA, PA – Dr. Sue Rieg, an experienced educator and administrator, has been selected to serve as Interim Dean of the College of Education and Communication at IUP. Rieg began working in this position on August 16, filling the vacant post created by Dean Lara Luetkehans, who will serve as …

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Watauga County Public Library to Host Prize Draws for Those Who Get Library Card During Library Card Enrollment Month | Local News

BOONE – September is Library Card Enrollment Month, a time when the Watauga County Public Library joins with the American Library Association and libraries across the country in reminding parents, caregivers and students that enrolling in a library card is the first step on the path to achieving their goals …

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Candyman and horror’s dubious reckoning with racism

Foree, who was actually in the same civil rights activist and theatre group in Harlem as Jones, says he brought his indignation with racial inequality to his performance as Peter, who takes on the hordes of zombies with calm authority. “Any African-American in those years carried anger,” he tells BBC …

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