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4 players on the St. Louis Cardinals playoff roster bubble

The St. Louis Cardinals must decide who to take out of the 28-man roster for the playoffs. “The playoffs? Are you talking about playoffs? The term “long shot” would have been nice to describe the St. Louis Cardinals’ chances of making the playoffs just over a month ago. But the …

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Mentor planners approve expansion of Classic Hyundai facility on Tyler Boulevard – News-Herald

The Mentor Planning Commission recently approved Classic Hyundai’s final site plan for the expansion and redevelopment of its facilities located at 8460 boul. Tyler, between Classic Mazda and Classic Cadillac. According to a report from city staff, the proposed expansion includes modifications to the exterior of the building and the …

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Dubai Expo held, world’s first exhibition in the Middle East | World news

By communication between AYABATRAWY and ISABEL DEBREAP Dubai, United Arab Emirates (AP) – After eight years of planning and billions of dollars spent, the world’s first Middle East exhibition was held in Dubai on Friday. We hope that the spectacular events of the past few months will draw visitors and …

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Daktronics upgrades TD Garden with the new 4K, 48.6 megapixel Centerhung

Improving on what started in 2019, TD Garden improves its video experience to a larger size with the first and only 2.5mm pixel spacing in a mid-suspension application from Daktronics. The facility delivers higher resolution than 4K, currently the highest resolution in professional basketball and hockey, and also in Boston, …

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Logansport predicts power outages for some blocks Thursday morning

September 29 – Logansport Municipal Utilities predicts power outages starting Thursday around 8 a.m. for Logansport homes east of Western Avenue between West Wabash Avenue and Lockwood Street. LMU’s electrical department will make improvements to the system, including the replacement of damaged poles. The project is expected to be completed …

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Dick Wolf brings back law and order

Eleven years ago, the 20-year run of the original Law and order It’s over. Dun. Dun. Law and order is a show that has employed countless New Yorkers and introduced us to a revolving door of talented actors representing various members of the Police Department and the District Attorney’s Office. …

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Mystery of ‘mind-boggling’ Mount Lookout murder remains unsolved 52 years later

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – For more than 50 years, the brutal murder of three members of the Dumler family has not been elucidated, making it a closed case. However, even five decades later, Cincinnati Police detectives have said they are not giving up. Between October 22 and 23, 1969, an unknown …

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5 tips to stop your smart TV from spying on you

Right now, there might be an insidious agent of the Hollywood elite hiding in your own home. He’s looking at you. It records your movements. And he reports these moves to his masters using your own internet connection. If that sounds like the plot of a bad novel or maybe …

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In praise of intermission and why the movies have to bring it back

Movie theaters have obviously struggled with methods to get more people to come to the movies. Due to the ubiquity of streaming, in response to people’s reluctance to go to the movies and the pandemic more recently, theaters have tried everything, from making seats more comfortable, to offering a greater …

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