Monthly Archives: November 2021

Golden girl back in town

[ad_1] HIDILYN DIAZ is back home after spending 20 days in Malacca, where she managed to escape the hustle and bustle of celebrity life as she won the country’s first Olympic gold medal in Tokyo in July. And now that she’s back, Diaz has also returned to the gym to …

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PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth bypasses landmines in Bali; Lakshya Sen facing the baptism of fire

[ad_1] PV Sindhu was drawn into a relatively trouble-free group for the BWF World Tour Finals, which take place December 1-5 in Bali, opening an almost assured path for herself to the semi-finals. Among the other Indians, Kidambi Srikanth has also managed to avoid landmines during the group stages, while …

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Clare Wheeler keen to test the USA in her hometown at McDonald Jones Stadium with Matildas | Newcastle Herald

[ad_1] newsletters, selection list of editors, Newcastle’s Clare Wheeler plans to “feed” on the energy of a crowded McDonald Jones stadium on Tuesday night as the Matilas seek to turn the tide on the might of the United States’ global superpowers. The 23-year-old midfielder has won four caps for the …

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Fan-powered content: a tool for building community, expressing oneself and expanding accessibility

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: The FII #MoodOfTheMonth for November 2021 is Popular culture stories. We invite submissions on various aspects of pop culture, throughout this month. If you would like to contribute, please email your articles to [email protected] Fandoms have always been a dominant force. More often than not, the durability …

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JudoInside – News – Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir is big with three World Tour wins in 2021

[ad_1] On the second day of the Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi, Khikmatillokh Turaev illustrated what a tournament of this level really means because after eliminating a living legend like Lasha Shavdatuashvili, he had to face in the final a man who is on the way to to become. of …

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Olympic heroes help light Christmas lights in West Cork city

[ad_1] There was a lot of party spirit in Skibbereen tonight as Olympic heroes Fintan McCarthy and Emily Hegarty along with local elementary school student Keela Hourihane officially turned on the Christmas lights. Keela Hourihane won a coloring contest run by the local Chamber of Commerce that saw her turn …

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Dalian people love their Japanese city, but online reviews want us to think otherwise

[ad_1] ~~ ~ In my work, I frequently consult Weibo, the microblogging social media platform in China. An essential tool for knowing what’s going on in China, Weibo was where a doctor in Wuhan, Hubei province, first sounded the alarm bells about the spread of a new coronavirus. In China, …

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Community front and center as Abu Dhabi prepares for swimming

[ad_1] For the casual sports fan, Abu Dhabi is probably best known for hosting the season finale of the Formula 1 World Championship. The capital of the United Arab Emirates has hosted an F1 race since 2009 and will do so again from December 9-12 this year. Normally, the Abu …

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Whitesnake has ‘something special’ planned to coincide with the launch of the farewell tour

[ad_1] David Coverdale revealed that WHITESHAKE is planning “a very special project” to coincide with the band’s farewell tour which will begin in spring 2022. The WHITE SNAKE chef also said that there is little chance that John sykes appearing with the band, even on an ad hoc basis during …

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Australia sends troops to Solomon Islands: Chinatown again attacked

[ad_1] Australia sends troops to Solomon Islands: Chinatown again attacked Sawako Utsumi and Kanako Mita Modern times of Tokyo The tense situation in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands, has led Australia to send troops there. Thus, reputable peacekeeping troops hope to calm the situation after two days of …

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Renowned Distillery Creates Whiskey Only For Hokkaido City

[ad_1] AKKESHI, Hokkaido – A distillery produced a whiskey that is only available in this city as a “thank you” for the community’s support and its generous nature. Akkeshi Distillery, operated by Tokyo-based food importer Kenten Co., has won praise at home and abroad for its whiskeys, and top-selling products …

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Fundraising celebration served by a generous community | Examiner

[ad_1] comment, opinion, They say charity begins at home, but it shouldn’t end there. Some of the work done in our communities by charities and fundraising groups goes unnoticed and I’m always happy to hear more about what they do and how they help. I had a lot of fun …

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Coolpo’s world tour arrives in Tokyo

[ad_1] Launched on 1st As of November 2021, quick videos can be seen in multiple digital displays mounted on pillars scattered throughout the busy station. Shinagawa Station is located in a major transportation hub in South of Tokyo and is one of the busiest train stations in the city. As …

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Wozniacki, Halep, Azarenka and the tennis community react to Ashliegh Barty’s announcement

[ad_1] World No.1 player Ashleigh Barty has decided to end her 2021 season after the US Open. However, there was a positive development in her personal life recently when she got engaged to her boyfriend, Garry Kissick. ADVERTISING The article continues under this ad The latter is an aspiring professional …

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PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth envision success after barren world tour

[ad_1] After PV Sindhu’s impressive run at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where she won a medal for the second consecutive Games, India’s top badminton players reportedly aimed for a title or two more when the World Tour resumed with the ‘Danish Open last month. In the four World Tour …

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An anime’s association with a Japanese town of Onsen causes public outcry

[ad_1] In Japan, many real-world objects and locations have been anthropomorphized into anime characters, creating perfect opportunities for promotional ties and collaborations. One project, for example, turned the main hot spring areas of Japan into Onsen Musume, cute goddesses who also act as idols, competing with each other to become …

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PHOTO REPORT: Tokyo Disneyland 11/11/21 (Christmas is coming to town, no more distance markers removed, no Christmas bears, etc.)

[ad_1] The Christmas season has finally arrived and all the Disney parks are having fun! Even those that are not owned or operated by the Walt Disney Company. That’s right, on our last visit to Tokyo Disneyland we saw that the spirit of the season has taken hold, the rooms …

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Kento Momota wins first tour title since 2020 car crash

[ad_1] Japan’s world No.1 Kento Momota won his first World Badminton Federation circuit title since being involved in a life-threatening car crash in 2020 with a victory at the Indonesian Masters on Sunday. The 27-year-old seed beat third-seeded Dane Anders Antonsen in straight sets 21-17, 21-11 in the men’s singles …

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Rock Legends Journey to Bring Freedom Tour 2022 to State Farm Arena in Atlanta | Albany Herald Entertainment

[ad_1] ATLANTA – One of the most legendary rock bands of all time, Journey, have announced their Freedom Tour 2022, with very special guests Billy Idol and Toto. The diamond-selling Rock & Roll Hall of Famers will take to the stage in 40 cities across North America with their catalog …

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Attack on Titan Final Season – But why Tho? A community of geeks

[ad_1] Reading time: 2 minutes Friends become enemies. Enemies become friends. Today, in front of Funimation The attack of the Titans Final season panel at the Anime NYC convention, it was announced that The attack of the Titans The Final Season 2 will begin airing on Funimation on January 9, …

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Banksy’s Street Art paints the city | Tokyo Art Beat

[ad_1] Banksy, “The girl with the pierced eardrum” (2014, Bristol, United Kingdom)Photo: © Alma Reyes Graffiti has been around for thousands of years in the form of cave paintings. He decorated the walls of ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman buildings as protest poems and illustrations. Since the 1960s, it has …

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Santa Claus is coming back to town

[ad_1] Santa and Mrs Claus won’t be arriving in their Grosse Pointe-themed sleigh this year – it was recently auctioned off by Grosse Pointe Park – but they will still wave to the crowd from a special vehicle during the Santa Claus Parade de Grosse Pointe November 26. Advertising GROSSE …

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Banksy’s Street Art paints the city | TABlog

[ad_1] Graffiti has been around for thousands of years in the form of rock paintings. He decorated the walls of ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman buildings as protest poems and illustrations. Since the 1960s, it has adorned tunnels, subways and building facades, especially in New York and Europe. Qualifying graffiti …

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Alexander Zverev secures a place in SF in Turin | ATP circuit

[ad_1] With the pressure on, Alexander Zverev delivered on Thursday, overtaking Hubert Hurkacz 6-2, 6-4 to reach the semi-finals of the Nitto ATP Final as he dropped to 2-1 in the Red Group. Zverev, who had to beat Hurkacz to qualify after his straight-set loss to Red Group winner Daniil …

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The sun that set over this Alaskan town on Thursday will not rise again until 2022

[ad_1] Utqiagvik, Alaska (WIAT) – Thursday marks the last sunset in Utqiagvik (pronounced uut-kee-ah-vik), Alaska through 2022. You may be more familiar with Barrow, Alaska, which was the name of the city until 2016. Now Utqiagvik has entered a polar night, a phenomenon where the night lasts more than 24 …

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Trimming their social agenda, Democrats cut free community college proposal: NPR

[ad_1] A tuition-free federal university program has been removed from Biden’s social agenda – but a patchwork of national and local programs remains. And at the lower level, it’s a much more bipartisan policy. AILSA CHANG, HOST: The free community college was one of President Biden’s big campaign promises. It …

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Welsh Rugby Union | Club & Community

[ad_1] As Great Britain enjoys unprecedented success in wheelchair rugby, having claimed victory in the last three consecutive European Championships and after a historic gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games this summer, the vision of the event is clear: to offer the best European championships. already! This will …

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Dates and how to buy tickets

[ad_1] South Korean girl group TWICE is bringing their music overseas for the first time since 2019. K-Pop stars just announced the US stop on their next tour III, and are expected to visit five major cities across the country. The famous group was formed by JYP Entertainment in 2015, …

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Rick James ‘Mary Jane’ Native Blaze Buffalo Lettuce at the Town Ballroom

[ad_1] Salad returned to Buffalo on their fall tour of their 2021 Bring Back The Love tour. Last July, they crashed Lake George and the West New York Art Park. The band performed the completely renovated historic Buffalo Town Ballroom on the main street. The three story club is an …

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Stable U.S.-China Relations are Important to the International Community: Japan

[ad_1] Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno speaks at a press conference on November 15, 2021 (Mainichi / Kan Takeuchi) TOKYO (Kyodo) – Maintaining stable relations between the United States and China is “extremely important” to the international community as a whole, Japan’s top government spokesperson said on Tuesday following talks …

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retail: Santa Claus is coming to town

[ad_1] CHICAGO: Pent-up demand is expected to have boosted early-holiday sales this year, but big discounters Walmart and Target could still see their margins slump as soaring costs for labor, warehousing and fuel. sea ​​and land freight threatens to play Grinch. Retailers have come under tremendous pressure from investors to …

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Fuglsang targets Danish Grand Départ of Tour de France after 2021 “disappointing”

[ad_1] After a disappointing final season with Astana, 2022 sees Jakob Fuglsang heading to Israel Start-Up Nation in search of refreshment at the end of a year plagued by illness and injury. The 36-year-old, who passes after nine years in the Kazakh team, suffered from a virus at the Tokyo …

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Interview with Omara director Hugo Pérez

[ad_1] Reading time: 7 minutes In the 1940s, a musical movement appeared in Havana. He had troubadour roots and a jazz influence; instead of relying on technique, he focused on emotion and freedom. It’s poetry turned into music, and at 91, legendary singer Omara Portuondo is still waving her flag. …

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Chi Town Rumble: the nets face the bulls

[ad_1] And the rhythm continues. The Brooklyn Nets were in Toronto yesterday afternoon to take on the Raptors and put on an incredibly impressive second-half comeback to claim a double-digit victory. It was the fifth time in a row for the team. The opponent tonight will be the new look …

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Cuppa and daily quizzes: November 8, 2021

[ad_1] #OnThisDay – 1962 – The epic movie Mutiny on the Bounty, which recounts the 1789 mutiny on the HMS Premium, was released in American theaters; he was perhaps best known for his production struggles, many of which centered around star Marlon Brando. On UK roads, the “National speed limit …

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Francesco Molinari back on the Pga Tour

[ad_1] The PGA Golf Tour of Bermuda heads to Mexico for the World Wide Technology Championship in Mayakoba, scheduled for November 4-7 in Riviera Maya, on the Caribbean coast of Yucatán. Where we expect Francesco Molinari and Guido Migliozzi, both on the grounds of an event that offers a prize …

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Kraftwerk Announces “3D” North American Tour

[ad_1] Joseph Okpako / WireImageKraftwerk performs live at Lollapalooza Berlin 2018. Fresh out of their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame last weekend (October 30), electronics pioneers Kraftwerk are announcing their 2022 “3-D” North American concert tour. The tour brings together music, 3D visuals and artistic performances. …

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