Monthly Archives: October 2021

15 injured by knife-wielding man on Tokyo train

Home ” General ” Criminality ” 15 injured by knife-wielding man on Tokyo train Posted By: Gopi October 31, 2021 Tokyo, October 31 (SocialNews.XYZ) Fifteen people were injured in Tokyo, Japan by a knife-wielding man on a Keio Line train on Sunday evening, Kyodo reported. Among the injured, a man …

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‘The Forgotten Japanese Community of Vacaville’ Scheduled for Next Solano County Genealogical Society Meeting – The Vacaville Reporter

At the next meeting of the Solano County Genealogical Society, Christopher Diaz will present “The Forgotten Japanese Community of Vacaville”. The virtual presentation begins at 11 a.m. on November 6 and is open to the public. Vacaville once had one of the largest Japanese resident populations in the state. Prior …

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City’s honor to the Northallerton Olympians

OLYMPIANS Marc Scott and Scott Lincoln will be named honorary citizens of their hometown to mark the community’s pride in their accomplishments. The duo, who competed in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, will join fellow Paralympian Laurence Whiteley, the parasport rower who received the Northallerton City Council title after his outstanding …

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City in Greece requests grant to build skatepark

GREECE, NY – Skateboarding continues to gain momentum with the sport reaching the world stage at the Tokyo Olympics. Today, towns and villages across the country are increasing the number of places to practice. Greece’s city supervisor Bill Reilich announced that the city was moving forward with a grant from …

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Fabulous 4-Day Estancia Sale – Out of Town Blog

Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – It’s the most fabulous time of the year! Start your Christmas shopping at Estancia’s fabulous 4-day sale from October 29 to November 1, 2021. Enjoy up to 70% off and get 1 purchase, get 1 offer from The SM Store, Unimart and …

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Southland tour: “It’s an institution”

Covid may have hit a number of sports in the pocket, but when it comes to the Southlanders, supporting their cycle tourism remains a priority. Photo: PHOTOSPORT The 65th edition of the Tour of Southland kicks off this weekend with local sponsors continuing to support the event. 16 teams will …

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Simone Biles, Olympic gymnasts tour stops in Charlotte

The Gold Over America tour stops in Queen City on Wednesday evening. CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – If you’re wondering what Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles has been up to since the Tokyo Olympics, the answer is to travel the country. She, alongside some of the best gymnasts of all time, …

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SVAC presents an exhibition of woodcuts | Community News

MANCHESTER – Southern Vermont Arts Center presents Japanese Woodblock Prints: Then and Now – two free exhibitions on Mokuhanga. Hiroshige and the Changing Japanese Landscape, opening November 20 in Elizabeth by C. Wilson of SVAC, is a presentation of Japanese prints by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) illustrating how the political climate …

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Langer becomes oldest Champions Tour winner

RICHMOND, Virginia – Bernhard Langer became the oldest winner in PGA Tour champion history on Sunday when the 64-year-old birdieed 6 feet on the first hole of the playoffs to beat Doug Barron in the Dominion Energy Charity Classic. The German star raised both arms in the air after winning …

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Cyclists set off on a grueling eight-day epic in Absa Cape

Bruce Whitfield speaks with Absa Sponsorship Manager Mtunzi Jonas, Cape Epic Managing Director Michael Flinn and Cycle Lab Founder and Cycling Expert Andrew McLean. It was indeed an epic week for cyclists participating in the Cape Epic. Matt Beers and his French partner, Jordan Sarrou beat other riders and extreme …

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Fall Adventures in Okutama City | To travel

Located towards the western end of Tokyo is the peaceful and naturally abundant town of Okutama. Here, life slows down as lush greenery, mountains and calm waters replace the skyscrapers and dense landscapes of the city center. Offering beautiful views all year round, it is especially nice to go in …

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Taketomi Town partners with Bespoke to adopt an AI town

TOKYO, Oct 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Bespoke, creators of industry leader, AI-based chatbot Bebot, today launched a chatbot providing quick and accurate answers on city services and tourist sites for English and Japanese residents and visitors to Taketomi town. Taketomi Town is a city in Okinawa Prefecture that encompasses …

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BHA supports community projects in Eyemouth

BHA supports community projects in Eyemouth Posted 21 October 2021 Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is supporting projects in Eyemouth which will help tackle food poverty and also provide sports facilities to Eyemouth Primary School. Pupils at Eyemouth Primary School launch their fundraising campaign BHA provides funding to Splash for its …

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Nippon Paint: will launch on October 25 the television commercial “From the Nippon Paint Town – The world is constantly filled with colors” to communicate the wonders of paintings

Information / Company management Nippon Paint will launch “From the Nippon Paint Town – The World is Constantly Colored” TV commercial on October 25 to communicate the wonders of paintings #Press release#Company information ・ Management 21 October 2021Company Name:Nippon Paint Holdings Co., Ltd.Representing:Yuichiro WakatsukiExecutive Representative & Co-PresidentWee Siew KimExecutive Representative …

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Ireland face test night in Tallaght as Sweden arrives in town

Women’s World Cup Qualification: Republic of Ireland v Sweden, Tallaght Stadium, Thursday, 7 p.m. – Live RTÉ2 This is not the test. It’s Katie McCabe’s improvement team setting up the barricades against an invading football nation so advanced in comparison it’s like encountering alien life. “Football in Sweden has always …

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Winterize Your Spirit With Eclectic Musical Offerings | Community

Last week, the National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center reported that La Niña conditions have developed and that there is an 87% chance that La Niña will occur from December to February. When these conditions appear, the southern states experience milder weather conditions with warmer temperatures. Conversely, the northern states …

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WWII was Roosevelt’s backdoor to war

It can be emphatically said that Franklin D. Roosevelt felt so strongly that the fate of Christianity and democracy was in jeopardy that he deliberately pushed Japan to attack America. FDR sympathized greatly with the plight of Britain, but was thwarted by a strong anti-war sentiment that did not want …

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