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Getting around Canberra

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 12, 2020)--Visiting Canberra is truly a great experience. The Australian capital has the best of both worlds: the renowned world of modern architecture and the wondrous natural reserves and bushlands. No matter what your choice of activities is, you can find something that suits you in Canberra. There are many landmarks to visit too, but how do you get around them if you don’t have a car? Here are some options. Public Transportation There are public buses that can go through town centers and... Read more →


Killens Pond State Park Water Park to Open Saturday

Safety Measures, Including Limited Capacity and Hours, in Effect Until Further Notice DELAWARE--The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will reopen the Killens Pond State Park Water Park on Saturday, July 11, with measures in effect to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Water Park will limit its hours and offer two sessions per day, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and will be closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. Visitor capacity at the water park will be... Read more →


Why Online Casinos Are Investing In Mobile Casino Gaming

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 10, 2020)The online gambling industry is one of the most innovative and competitive sectors in the world. Finding what the consumers want is one of the necessities for online casinos. This has led to the development of mobile casinos and apps that allow players to gamble on the go. There are various reasons as to why online casinos are investing big in mobile casino technology. Read on to know more about them. Changing consumer preference The generations are changing and the way people view... Read more →


Pre-Order Tom Fitton’s New Judicial Watch Book ‘A Republic Under Assault’

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today Judicial Watch President and New York Times bestselling author Tom Fitton’s latest book, “A Republic Under Assault, the Left’s Ongoing Attack on American Freedom” is available for pre-order (https://www.judicialwatchbook.com/). In this explosive new book, New York Times bestselling author and president of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton explains how the Radical Left and the Deep State are trying to destroy the Trump presidency. Tom Fitton’s first two New York Times bestselling books, "The Corruption Chronicles" and "Clean House", exposed the... Read more →


White perch Fishing is in a Summertime Swing Around the Middle Bay, Look Near Shoreline Rocks, Cast Small Spinners

Maryland Fishing Report – July 8 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources This is a marvelous time of year to enjoy Maryland’s outdoors, and recreational crabbing is just one way to get onto the quiet tidal creeks and rivers of the Chesapeake Bay. Fishing the Chesapeake Bay is a time-honored tradition. While anglers often set their sights on striped bass there are several other species which provide just as much if not more excitement. Join the Maryland Department of Natural Resources July 9... Read more →


Looking for the Best Online Casino

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 8,2020)--With so many new online sites popping up on our pages daily looking for a new site to play at can be at the very least confusing and on a bad day downright daunting. Luckily there are ways and means of finding your perfect site, the one that suits all of your gaming needs and that is to use a reliable list of sites like Best Rated Slot Sites. The Online Casino Comparison Site Explained Staffed by a team of casino experts and enthusiasts... Read more →


CNB Travel News: Spaceship Earth Lights Up the Night at EPCOT for the First Time

by David Roark, Manager of Photography, Yellow Shoes Creative Group Prior to the grand opening of EPCOT back in 1982, I was patiently waiting to see Spaceship Earth at night. We all knew even then what an iconic symbol that massive geosphere would be for Walt Disney World Resort, but I wanted to see it for myself. It did not disappoint. I took this photo the very first time Spaceship Earth lit up at night, and the way the light bounced off the geodesic panels... Read more →


Video: The Hodge Twins on The Black National Anthem and the BLM

The Hodge Twins discuss the National Football League's plans to play the Black National Anthem before our country's National Anthem at football games. They also give their opinion on the Black Lives Matter movement. (Warning: some of the language in this video may be offensive to the viewer) Kevin N. Hodge and Keith W. Hodge (better known as the Hodge Twins, are YouTubers, fitness expert, and stand-up comedians (film). Together, they own and operate the Hodgetwins fitness and entertainment brand. As of June 2020, they... Read more →


$1M Lottery Ticket Sold at Luigi Market, Toms River

TRENTON (July 6, 2020) – One New Jersey Lottery ticket matched five of the five white balls drawn for the Saturday, July 4, drawing winning the $1,000,000 second-tier prize. The winning ticket from Saturday night’s drawing was sold at Luigi Market Inc., 424 Dover Rd., South Toms River in Ocean County. The winning numbers for the Saturday, July 4, drawing were: 16, 21, 27, 60, and 61. The Red Power Ball number was 06. The Multiplier number was 02. 17,926 New Jersey players took home... Read more →


Video: Whistle While You Ride on Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Walt Disney World Resort

Gloucestercitynews.net files by Jeremy Schoolfield, Managing Editor, Walt Disney World Resort Public Relations Heigh-HOOOOOOO! One of my all-time favorite moments of any Disney attraction happens aboard Seven Dwarfs Mine Train inside Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida … but more on that in a moment. This rustic mine train in New Fantasyland takes you inside the world of the classic Disney film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” With your creaky cart teetering back and forth, you feel the wind on... Read more →


Circa Resort & Casino Accepting Reservations for World's Largest Sports Book

First Bookings Available for Stadium-Style Sports-book in Downtown Las Vegas on October 28 For renderings of Circa’s rooms and suites, click here. LAS VEGAS – With the debut of Circa Resort & Casino – Downtown Las Vegas’ first ground-up casino in four decades – set for October 28, the highly anticipated property is now taking reservations for the world’s largest sportsbook. Sports fans can be amongst the first to enjoy the three-story sports destination by reserving their spot at www.circalasvegas.com/sportsbook. With the return of professional... Read more →


VIDEO: Walt Disney World Cast Members Prepare for Opening

by Laurel Slater, Manager of Communications, Walt Disney World Public Affairs With just eight days until we reopen our first theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort, tens of thousands of cast members have been straightening up our nametags (and grabbing our face coverings!) as we begin to return to work. As we count down to the phased reopening of our theme parks, we’re looking forward to welcoming our fellow cast members home to begin training in preparation for reopening. And this week, that special... Read more →


The best trading Bots on the Bitcoin market

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 3, 2020)--Bitcoin crypto-currency has become big business. As people start to lose faith in traditional investments and the strength of the stock market, there has been in a boom in people investing in and buying crypto-currency. But working the crypto-currency market requires time and skill, which most normal people don't possess. Even people with the necessary skill-sets won't want to spend 24 hours a day in front of a computer screen; the required time to trade successfully. This is where Bots come in. They... Read more →


July 4th Independence Day Car Show at the Silver Dinner

CHERRY HILL, NJ – Celebrate the 4th of July with an Independence Day Cruise at Silver Diner! Rev up your engines and head on down to Silver Diner, located at 2131 Route 38 in Cherry Hill, on Saturday, July 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine. The show is open to cars, trucks and corvettes of all makes and years. No pre-registration or entry fee is required. All attendees and participants must adhere to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines and wear a face... Read more →


Anti-Spam Protection Worth Every Cent

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 3, 2020)--Technology is developing at a breakneck speed. However, spam is still ubiquitous. It is found in mailboxes, blog comments, and registration forms. Spammers cause irritation whatever their goal. Be it product promotion or phishing, their messages are never welcome. Suspicious traffic is a nuisance for website owners. Luckily, they can use powerful anti-spam solutions. These weapons come at a reasonable price and offer good value for money. Check current offers on https://cleantalk.org/price-anti-spam and see for yourself. So, what can this software do? Mission... Read more →


Republican Leader Bramnick: NJ Should Reimburse Restaurants for Canceled Re-Openings

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square)(July 1, 2020)-- – Restaurant owners should be reimbursed for money spent in anticipation of the now-canceled reopening on Thursday, said Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick. Meanwhile, Gov. Phil Murphy said “it’s better to be safe than sorry” in defense of his late decision to halt indoor dining. Murphy had announced earlier this month that restaurants could reopen at 25 percent capacity with social distancing and mask restrictions in place. He rescinded his decision this week,... Read more →


President of Cape May County Police Chiefs Statement on 4th of July Holiday

CAPE MAY, NJ (July 2, 2020)-- Statement by Chief Paul S. Skill, President of the Cape May County Chiefs of Police Association The July Fourth holiday is always an exciting time, especially here in Cape May County. With the unfortunate COVID-19 limitations placed on businesses and events because of the danger of getting infected or infecting our fellow residents and visitors, the crowds of people may have fewer places to go to, or the locations may have much more limited capacities. Governor Murphy recently rescinding... Read more →


4th of July Celebrations Cancelled in Many Communities

6ABC.com July Fourth of July Fireworks Displays NEW JERSEY ATLANTIC COUNTY * Atlantic City, N.J. CANCELED: Date: July 4th at 9 p.m. Where: Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa 1 Borgata Way Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401 * Atlantic City, N.J. TO BE DETERMINED: Date: July 4th at 10 p.m. Where: Tropicana Casino and Resort and along the Boardwalk 2831 Boardwalk Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401 * Buena Vista, N.J. CANCELED: Date: July 11th at Dusk (rain date July 18th) Where: Michael Debbi Park 315 Cedar... Read more →


Wildwood Mayor Ask Murphy to Allow Indoor Dining in Cape May County

June 30, 2020, 3:25 pm | in (Wildwood, NJ) – Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron released the following statement in response to Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to postpone the resumption of indoor dining, which was scheduled to resume Thursday, July 2nd at 25% capacity. “The Governor’s decision to postpone the resumption of indoor dining is deeply frustrating and likely a knockout punch for numerous Cape May County restaurateurs who have been fighting day to day to keep the lights on. As a Cape May County restaurant... Read more →


What you can look for on a gambling website?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 1, 2020)--While the whole world is suffering from the outbreak of the coronavirus and we must stay at home, some spheres can benefit from the situation. Probably, this advantage won't be as big and profitable because people often don't have extra money today, but popularity is increased rapidly. One of the examples of these spheres is gambling, or rather, online gambling. Today, it is a quite big industry that deals with millions of people all over the world every minute. The Internet allows players... Read more →


Philadelphia's Virtual July 4th Festival

Grab a picnic blanket and a handheld device to tune into 50 free events, including family fun, nightly entertainment and a July 4th concert. Philadelphia, Pa. (June , 2020) — Welcome America, Inc. and the City of Philadelphia announce 50+ free events will make up the reimagined 2020 Wawa Welcome America festival, taking place now through Saturday, July 4. The 2020 festival will be entirely free and virtual, encompassing multicultural and multigenerational programming and highlighting Philadelphia’s diverse voices. With a lineup of concerts, online educational... Read more →


HOW OLD DO YOU HAVE TO BE TO VISIT A CASINO

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 30, 2020)--Every country is unique in terms of age restrictions in the gambling industry. The main condition to visit a casino and play games for money is usually reaching the adult age according to the laws of a certain country. Therefore, a young man or woman living in Spain should be at least 18 years old to be eligible, while neighboring Belgium sets the restrictions on people under 21 years old to play in casinos. So, what age should you be to visit a... Read more →


VIDEO: New York Trained Tiz The Law on Course for US Triple Crown

Tiz The Law became the first New York-trained thoroughbred to win the Belmont Stakes (Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 30, 2020)--Tiz The Law became the first New York-trained thoroughbred to win the Belmont Stakes since 1882 when he landed the 2020 renewal of the Triple Crown event in June. The Belmont Park contest brought up the first leg of the US Triple Crown in 2020 following the rescheduling of many of the major races this year. Jockey Manuel Franco opted to chase the leaders in the early stages of... Read more →


Miracle in the Desert: The Rise and Fall of the Salton Sea"

Offers Global Audiences A Thoughtful View into An Imminent Environmental Time Bomb in California (Los Angeles, CA—June 29, 2020) Eye-opening award-winning documentary "Miracle in the Desert: The Rise and Fall of the Salton Sea" from filmmaker Greg Bassenian (“CSI: Miami”) lays bare the startling environmental disaster that is the Salton Sea in California’s coveted Coachella valley. Charting the Salton Sea’s creation in 1905 to the current devastating environmental crisis that it faces today, this harrowing journey takes the viewer into the toxic dust. As the... Read more →


Adam K Veron: How much exercise is okay or too much for your wellbeing in a pandemic?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 29, 2020)--Schools, fitness studios, sports, and other social engagement places are indefinitely inaccessible due to the risk of contagion. Everyone is busy maintaining social distance to ensure their and their loved ones' safety. It is the need of the hour, as the Coronavirus proteins attack the healthy tissue when they come in contact with the lungs and spread quickly. Since the virus invades the respiratory system first through the nose, mouth, and lungs, it gets a passage to transmit to others when the infected... Read more →


CNBNews Book Tips: Fictional Pandemic All Too Real; Making America Sacred Again; An Immigration Story; Disappearing Jets

“Viral” by Kevin E. Ready (NAPSI)—A story of hope and the indomitable will of the human spirit. This is a popular fiction saga of a pandemic—written well before the COVID-19 virus was ever heard of—and the actions taken by people around the world to fight it. The story is told from the viewpoint of several key characters in various countries and walks of life. It includes realistic descriptions of the disease and heartfelt sub-stories of the characters as they deal with the pandemic. A woman... Read more →


LTPD Alert: - Fireworks Consumer Brief

FIREWORKS consumer brief Gloucestercitynews.net files On the 4th of July, Independence Day, Americans celebrate their patriotism with family reunions, picnics and beautiful displays of fireworks nationwide. Unfortunately, every year, this happy celebration turns into tragedy for many Americans due to the unsafe and illegal use of fireworks. Fireworks displays must be enjoyed responsibly – and within the confines of the law. In New Jersey, it is unlawful to sell, possess, or use fireworks, other than certain sparkling devices and novelties, without a valid permit. STATISTICAL... Read more →


Living As A Senior

by Joe Ball | CNBNews Contributor When you’re 88 years of age, life can be boring. It can consist of … … Sleeping late in the morning … Having the same get-up routines (early to the bathroom for the everyday AM brushing of teeth, showering, swallowing pills, taking the daily sugar blood count, checking the I-Phone for weather info, making a decision on what to wear for the day.) 2013 photo … Double-checking to see if any medical appointments. … Watching TV. Especially CNN, CNBC... Read more →


Countries that allow online gambling but do not allow operating online casinos 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 28, 2020)--Gambling is an old phenomenon. Every country has its regulation of gambling activities and, at one time or another, established a Gambling Act. But the proliferation of the internet and mobile casino gaming has redefined gambling from the way we used to know it. Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey allow online gambling in the form of sports betting and online casinos. As more states legalize online gambling it is time to look to other countries around the world and how they handle online... Read more →


The Philadelphia Union Foundation Virtual Fundraiser

The Philadelphia Union Foundation today announced a Virtual Fundraiser will take place on Tuesday, June 30th, at 7:00pm. Hosted by Union announcer, Kevin Casey, the fundraiser will feature player Q&A sessions, leadership discussions, silent auctions, prize draws and more. Tickets for the event will be $25 for a household ticket to the 75-minute event but fans may also purchase a $40 ticket that includes a raffle ticket for to win signed Philadelphia Union apparel. Fundraising from the event goes directly to the Philadelphia Union Foundation’s... Read more →


Should Christopher Columbus Statue Remain in Place at Marconi Plaza?

Christopher Columbus Monument and Railing Sculpture of Nina Pinta and Santa Maria in Marconi Plaza source Wikipedia PHILADELPHIA PA (June 25, 2020)--Like many communities across the country, Philadelphia is experiencing a reckoning about the legacy of systemic racism and oppression in this country. Part of addressing that history is putting a spotlight on what historical figures deserve to be commemorated in our public spaces. One figure that has come into question is Christopher Columbus and the statue erected in his honor that sits in Marconi... Read more →


The Green Phase in Philadelphia Coming in July

Philadelphia is on track to enter the green phase of reopening in early July. Our strategy is working: Daily case counts are falling, residents are wearing masks, and the number of patients hospitalized with the infection is steadily dropping. When we begin the green phase, not all activities can restart right away. Philadelphia will still restrict some activities that are allowed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and we’ll have stricter guidance for some of the newly reopened activities. As Philadelphia Public Health Commissioner Dr. Tom... Read more →


Do sportsmen really need sports glasses? 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 25, 2020)--Today, almost everyone who picks up a ball, bat, racket or club can see sports glasses, whether they play in the major leagues or the Little League. Fortunately, coaches, parents, and players now realize that there are many ways to pay for sports glasses. The risk of eye damage is reduced or eliminated, and the performance of players is improved by the fact that they are beautiful. Today, many clubs do not allow their members to participate without wearing the appropriate glasses. Initially,... Read more →


NASCAR RELEASES INVESTIGATION RESULTS

By Staff Report NASCAR.com June 25, 2020 at 12:49 PM NASCAR President Steve Phelps detailed Thursday afternoon via teleconference findings from NASCAR’s internal investigation into the noose found in the garage stall of No. 43 driver Bubba NASCAR has released a photo of the suspected 'noose' found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega on Sunday that at was investigated by the FBI as a possible hate crime before being revealed to be an innocent garage door pull rope that had been in use for... Read more →


Facebook Moderator: If Someone is Wearing a MAGA Hat, I Am Going to Delete Them for Terrorism

Facebook Insider Zach McElroy: I Will Testify Before Congress About the Facebook Bias I Witnessed Against Trump Supporters, Conservative Causes McElroy: “We are essentially in charge of what gets said and what gets stifled” McElroy: 75-to-80 percent of Posts Selected by Facebook’s Algorithm for Moderator Review Support President Donald Trump, Republicans and Conservative Causes Facebook Content Review Lead: “It’s a Very Progressive Company, Who’s Very Anti-MAGA” Facebook’s Human-Directed Restriction of Free Speech Raises Questions Regarding Company’s Protections under Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency... Read more →