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Monthly Archives: August 2022

Maxi Lopez welcomes Hannibal on loan to Birmingham City

by on August 30, 2022 0
Manchester United youngster Hannibal Mejbri has sealed his loan spell at Birmingham City. United announced the one-season dealthe first loan change of Hannibal’s career so far. This move is a valuable opportunity for the midfielder to play first-team football. He has three substitute appearances for Manchester United’s first team so far, but no start.... Read More

Get your roller skate

by on August 29, 2022 0
Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace, is New York’s newest place to roller skate. Now at the Rockefeller Center ice rink. The famous family-owned and operated roller rink has caught on, bringing with it the magic of the 1970s. Legend has it that the idea for The Rink was inspired by a Depression-era skate salesman who... Read More

9 benefits of skateboarding

by on August 26, 2022 0
Physical and Mental Benefits of Skateboarding Anyone who has ever spent time skateboarding through the streets of their city or carving out their local skatepark knows it’s a thrill like nothing else. But you might not realize that your favorite hobby has a host of other amazing benefits. 01 It’s great for stress relief... Read More

Katie Rees – The 15-year-old taking the artistic world of roller skating by storm. . . As she prepares for Team GB action in Andorra

by on August 24, 2022 0
By Harry Corish Katie Rees is looking to build on her newfound status as GBSA British Cadet Artistic Dance Champion as she now heads to the European Championships in Andorra to compete for Team GB at the end of this month. The Welsh roller skater from Llantrisant won the championship, holding off tough competition... Read More

Rollerdrome Review – IGN

by on August 22, 2022 0
I wouldn’t expect roller skating and third-person shooting to be a chocolate and peanut butter situation, but Rollerdrome proves it can be just that. Essentially inventing a new single-player sport, developer OlliOlli World Roll7 has found enough ways to make both sides of this unique piece shine without being overwhelming. Wrap that package up... Read More

Low-interest loans available for victims of August 5 floods in western Pennsylvania

by on August 20, 2022 0
Residents and business owners in nine western Pennsylvania counties whose property was damaged by the Aug. 5 flood can apply for low-interest loans from the federal government, l ‘State. Flood victims in Westmoreland, Fayette, Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Cambria counties have been eligible for loans since the US Small Business Administration... Read More

Beenleigh BMX at night is a bright idea

by on August 19, 2022 0
Division 12 Councilor Karen Murphy inspects the lighting upgrade at Doug Larsen Park in Beenleigh. Half-pipe fun under the stars is now possible thanks to the new floodlights installed at Doug Larsen Park in Beenleigh. Lights atop 18 poles will be turned on for the first time tonight (Friday, Aug. 19) as part of... Read More

9 For you to show your skills to

by on August 17, 2022 0
London is a skater’s paradise, with countless parks and spots at your disposal. As we all want to show people the best side of our capital. we decided to compile a list of the nine most popular and loved London skate parks. From the towering heights of Alexandra Palace, to hidden gems like Victoria... Read More

Perfect Duo | American Figure Skating

by on August 16, 2022 0
Above: Mom and daughter Yuko and Lauren Lynch (photo by Amanda Callahan Photography) By Joanne Vassallo Jamrosz The Great Bay Figure Skating Club in Dover, New Hampshire boasts a proud 46-year history and annual spring ice show. The show still features skating bands, solos, and the occasional duet. This year, however, four duos took... Read More

Daily Dozen | Forbes: FB Digital Health Data; Covid Vaccine 2 in 1; The big score of the commanders

by on August 16, 2022 0
These startups represent the ones we believe have the best chance of reaching a billion dollar valuation. Forbes A Georgia grand jury investigating election interference has set its sights on Rudy Giuliani. Some public health experts are questioning a seemingly slow response from colleges regarding the management of monkeypox on campus. Inflation helps or... Read More

Interview Geek: Roll7 on reducing the excesses that make “Rollerdrome” an essential genre hybrid

by on August 15, 2022 0
In an industry that has seemingly catered to all sorts of interests and tastes, it’s always a wonderful feeling to see something truly exceed our expectations when it comes to gameplay and design. Skating and shooting don’t seem like things that could go together, but with Roll7it is rollerdromethe pairing is a heavenly marriage... Read More

‘The roof is lifting’ – US to pump $800bn into climate, energy sectors as 2022 IRA passes Biden for signature : Biofuels Digest

by on August 14, 2022 0
Huge and positive news is coming from Washington, the US House has passed the Cut Inflation Act and it is now moving to the White House for President Biden’s signature which is a foregone conclusion. One of the Digesterati described the change in momentum: “The roof is being lifted widely in the renewables industry... Read More

House Passes Cut Inflation Act Will Mean Historic Climate and Energy Investments, Huge Victory for Black-Lunged Miners and More > Appalachian Voices

by on August 12, 2022 0
The bill also contains significant concessions to the fossil fuel industry that would put communities at risk FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 12, 2022 CONTACTDan Radmacher, (540) 798-6683, [email protected] WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the United States House of Representatives passed the Cutting Inflation Act, sending the bill containing many of the priorities of President Biden’s Build... Read More

Abandoned Olympic venues can be left in the past

by on August 12, 2022 0
Olympic venues are notorious for litter, with photos of abandoned venues going viral from time to time. This year’s Beijing Winter Olympics featured more climate-friendly urban design, such as Big Air Shougang. It also hints at what our future might look like, according to architects and urban planners. Loading Something is loading. Every four... Read More

Not Your Average Skating Game: ‘You’re a Demon Made of Glass and Pain’ | Games

by on August 9, 2022 0
Skate Story’s elevator pitch is the kind of enticing soundbite that instantly pricks up your ears: it’s a “vaporwave skateboarding game,” says 28-year-old developer Sam Eng. Surprisingly, the trailer released last month during games publisher Devolver Digital’s June showcase suggests that the game, which is slated for release in 2023, could be even better... Read More

WORKS, George Square Gardens Assembly

by on August 6, 2022 0
Do you remember being asked to tidy your room when you were a child? It was never very fun. But could we strive to make it exciting? This brother and sister character duo show us just how much mischief can be done in their bedroom, with an assortment of toilet paper blowers, laundry detergent,... Read More

Explained: Longboarding, the sport practiced by the late Kerala skateboarder Anas Hajas

by on August 6, 2022 0
The death of Anas Hajas, a 31-year-old skating enthusiast from Kerala, while ‘longboarding’ has raised serious concerns about adventurous solo journeys undertaken with skateboarding. Hajas was on his way to complete a record-breaking 3,500km trip on a longboard from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. However, he fell under the wheels of a truck while on his... Read More

ESPN Named Official Television and Digital Distributor of 2023 FISU World University Games Lake Placid

by on August 2, 2022 0
ESPN will be the official television and digital distributor for the 2023 FISU World University Games Lake Placid, the Adirondack Sports Council (ADKSC) announced today. ESPN and ESPN+ will combine to broadcast nearly 160 hours across its networks and digital platforms, from January 12-22, 2023. The FISU World University Games are the largest international... Read More