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Monthly Archives: October 2021

Olympic Games Countdown: Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics are 100 days away | Olympic Games

by on October 28, 2021 0
BEIJING – Even though it wasn’t until October, we are now within 100 days of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. It’s cold. 🧊Only 100 days. #Winter Olympics pic.twitter.com/cJyvjkZQbC – Team USA (@TeamUSA) October 27, 2021 Beijing is the first city to host both the Summer Olympics (2008) and the Winter Olympics (2022).... Read More

What is a signature loan?

by on October 27, 2021 0
A signature loan is a great option if you don’t need to put up collateral such as your home or car. A signature loan is subject to high interest rates and fees. It’s based on your income, credit score, and credit history. Although you only need a signature is a quick way to get cash... Read More

Review: Hans Holbein struts at the Getty Museum

by on October 26, 2021 0
The original exhibition of Renaissance portraits by Hans Holbein the Younger at the J. Paul Getty Museum opens with a bang. Her stunningly beautiful painting of a young woman, wife of a London courtier, sits straight ahead on the entrance wall. Shown in standard three-quarter view, at waist height, she appears decent and composed... Read More

Indonesian digital signature startup Privy scores $ 17.5 million in GGV-led Series B

by on October 26, 2021 0
Privy, a Jakarta-based startup that provides universal identity and digital signature services, announced raising $ 17.5 million in Series B funding round led by global capital powerhouse – GGV Capital risk. The startup said the last round of funding also saw participation from Endeavor Catalyst, Buana Sejahtera Group and existing investors MDI Ventures, Telkomsel... Read More

Art dealer Andy Valmorbida makes “extremely unusual” admissions in alleged fraud case, court …

by on October 26, 2021 0
View of the island of Jersey showing Mont Orgueil, built in the 13th century.Wikipedia Melbourne-born art dealer Andrew (Andy) Valmorbida, a descendant of a family dynasty of Italian imports in Australia, allegedly admitted to defrauding last May involving several million dollars in works of art. A judgment was recently issued following the civil case... Read More

When you are considering people with finance rank, finance syndicates can provide you with credit which is individual lending agency in Dubai

by on October 25, 2021 0
When you are considering people with finance rank, finance syndicates can provide you with credit which is individual lending agency in Dubai One then does not expect to obtain a real estate mortgage through cash loans or financial coupling. The money is just not on loan from one lender, but rather from another individual... Read More

Government loan programs for small businesses in India

by on October 25, 2021 0
MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) are essential to the economic growth of a country. MSMEs are always an excellent answer to important financial problems, including poverty, unemployment, income inequalities, regional imbalances, etc. For this reason, the government has developed several initiatives to provide loans to MSMEs to help them develop their businesses and... Read More

SOME PHOTOS OF TAMPA PRO 2021

by on October 24, 2021 0
Back in the saddle. It was our 10th Tampa Pro, and if Tampa is known for anything, it’s professionalism. Professional skaters, professional partygoers, professional strippers and professional lurkers who make unique lifestyle choices. Taking part in such an important and historic skate event can feel like a magical journey away from the real world.... Read More

Abbotsford’s Maijken Meindertsma in Olympic talent search final – Abbotsford News

by on October 20, 2021 0
Maijken Meindertsma of Abbotsford caught the attention of the Canadian Olympic Committee. The 19-year-old MEI graduate has been named a finalist for RBC Training Ground, the COC’s annual cross-country search for new Olympic talent. Over the past few months, more than 4,000 athletes from a wide range of sports have participated in the free... Read More

19-year-old Lindsay athlete experiences hockey heartbreak and makes big break

by on October 19, 2021 0
Ian Jones of KAWARTHA LAKES-Lindsay, 19, qualified for the final at RBC Training Ground, the Canadian Olympic Committee’s annual cross-country search for new Olympic talent. “I like to take on the challenge of competition and reach new personal levels, so RBC Training Ground is perfect for me,” said Jones. “To be included in the... Read More

Skateboard Completion Raises Funds for Construction of Second Phase of Hernando Skate Park | New

by on October 16, 2021 0
Skateboarders from across the Mid-South gathered at Hernando on Saturday to show off their best “5-0”, “inverted”, “gray slips” and other moves to help raise money for building a new addition to Pidgeon Park. The skate competition was organized by Hernando Skates, a non-profit group of skateboarding enthusiasts who helped raise funds to build... Read More

The events of October 7 to discover

by on October 15, 2021 0
Looking for some not-so-scary events where the whole family can dress up in their Halloween costumes and have some fun? Metro Phoenix has hay rides, festivals, and costume contests this month that are perfect for this. These events take place across the valley, from Queen Creek to Fountain Hills and Apache Junction to Glendale.... Read More

81-year-old skateboarder learns new tricks

by on October 14, 2021 0
Yoshio Kinoshita from Japan doesn’t let his age keep him from learning new tricks on a Skateboard. Almost every morning, 81-year-old Kinoshita takes a walk through her local skate park in the city of Osaka. He gets useful information on how to improve from skateboarders who are much younger than him. “These are all... Read More

West Side Rag ”Wollman Rink announces reopening date, as“ partner ”talks about food and a more inclusive mission

by on October 14, 2021 0
Posted on October 14, 2021 at 5:26 p.m. by Carol Tannenhauser An updated render of the ice rink, which will open next month. By Carol Tannenhauser Wollman Rink, the multi-story rink at the south end of Central Park, is scheduled to reopen on Nov. 14, a spokesperson for the rink’s new dealership told WSR.... Read More

Nutopia’s “Extra Life” trips; sales of BossaNova in the MENA region; Insight TV co-pro in China – TBI Vision

by on October 12, 2021 0
Extra life Movistar, SBS and Kan claim Nutopia Extra life Movistar in Spain, the Australian channel SBS and the Israeli pub channel Kan are among the broadcasters to have snatched the rights to the science and history program from Nutopia Extra Life: A short story of living longer. The 4 x 60 minute series,... Read More

Japanese grandfather discovers love for skateboarding after buying his first board for $ 7

by on October 11, 2021 0
An 81-year-old Japanese man accidentally discovered a new passion for a hobby that most people his age usually don’t. Sk8r boi: Yoshio Kinoshita, who started skateboarding two years ago, continually improves at the sport by learning from skaters much younger than him, reported Reuters. Kinoshita, a retired technician in the construction industry, trains almost... Read More

Foreign athletes arrive in Beijing for Olympic Games test events – SupChina

by on October 11, 2021 0
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Roller skates are back in popularity

by on October 9, 2021 0
Philadelphia – The night has started wobbly. But a few laps later, he skated around the lost reels in Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and the classic songs of the fatback band “I Found Lov’n”. I waited for the first code for the new version of “Candy Girl”, but I had no luck. No,... Read More

Roller skating has regained its popularity

by on October 9, 2021 0
PHILADELPHIA – The night started wavering. But after a few laps, I was sliding around the rink lost to the tunes of Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and The Fat Back Band classic, “I Found Lov’n”. I waited for the first chords of New Edition’s “Candy Girl” but no luck. No, I wasn’t dreaming... Read More

SkateBIRD review – TheXboxHub

by on October 8, 2021 0
Skateboarding games have a certain pedigree to live up to. Tony Hawk’s professional skater has established himself as a staple in the genre, pumping game after game to set the benchmark. EA also has its name in the hat with its Skate games; I know we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief... Read More

Record Roundup: hours of local trick-or-treat and over 20 spooky events

by on October 8, 2021 0
What a difference a year makes. Armed with more knowledge and data on COVID-19, local event planners have once again filled the calendar of spooky, festive and family-friendly Halloween events in our coverage area of ​​Wilmette, Winnetka, Glencoe, Northfield and Kenilworth. With a focus on outdoor scares, events range from local classics, like the... Read More

Southern California skateboarder Nyjah Huston creates beer with Black Death brew – NBC 7 San Diego

by on October 8, 2021 0
SoCal skateboard pro Nyjah huston – who competed in his first Olympics in Tokyo this summer – is thrilled with his latest turn: brewing a craft beer in northern San Diego County. The Olympian recently collaborated with skateboarder Black Plague Brewing in Oceanside to create his own beer, aptly dubbed “Nyjah”. Brewing the Black... Read More

40 Jonny Moseley Success Quotes (2021)

by on October 8, 2021 0
What are your favorite quotes from Jonny Moseley? Jonny Moseley is an American freestyle skier and television presenter. He is best known for being the first Puerto Rican-born person to join the US Ski Team. Throughout his career as a professional skier, Moseley has had the honor of being named “Sportsman of the Year”... Read More

Arts Picks: Audacious Cabaret at La Clique, Condor Heroes art exhibition, Arts News & Top Stories

by on October 7, 2021 0
The Clique A cabaret is a risky business, but the artists of La Clique know that in these times of pandemic, the real tease is proximity. The first long-running theatrical show with international cast brought in person to Singapore since last year’s Breaker, it mixes derring-do exploits with moments of sheer silliness. A man... Read More

White Rock skateboarder receives accolades from legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk – Peace Arch News

by on October 7, 2021 0
White Rock skateboarder Andy Anderson has undoubtedly won many fans after his performance at the Tokyo Olympics last summer – none more notable, perhaps, than legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk. Hawk, an icon of the skateboarding community and the most well-known skateboarder of all time – his eponymous video game series Pro Skater has been... Read More

Open for Business: Bees Knees Roller Skate Shop

by on October 6, 2021 0
Bees Knees Roller Skate ShopThe owner of tattoo and piercing studio Ink Ink LLC added a second Commercial Street business with the Aug. 21 opening of Bees Knees Roller Skate Shop. Kelsey baker‘s 2,000-square-foot venture fills space at 301 E. Commercial St. previously occupied by Beautiful Fight Woodworking LLC, which moved down the street.... Read More

Microsoft: Xbox and Adidas team up to celebrate 20 years of gaming

by on October 6, 2021 0
Today, Xbox announced a global partnership with adidas to celebrate our common gaming heritage and unveil our first console-inspired sneaker collaboration in honor of Xbox’s 20th anniversary. The collaboration includes an exclusive new adidas Originals by Xbox sneaker – the Xbox 20th Forum Tech – with translucent green details inspired by the special edition... Read More

Skaters fight for an Olympic spot in pairs

by on October 6, 2021 0
Content of the article Evelyn Walsh and Trennt Michaud have spent most of their senior figure skating careers chasing veteran pair Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro. Content of the article Now Walsh and Michaud, who are coached by Brantford’s Alison Purkiss, have new challengers on their heels. Eric Radford, two-time world champion and Olympic... Read More

West Des Moines MidAmerican RecPlex Hours, Costs & Hours of Operation

by on October 1, 2021 0
Visitors will get a comprehensive first look at the MidAmerican Energy Company’s RecPlex in West Des Moines during the facility’s community grand opening on Sunday. The event will feature raffles and giveaways, RecPlex merchandise for sale, ice skating and curling demonstrations from the Des Moines Curling Club. The physiotherapy clinic at Des Moines University... Read More