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    Carson City is haunted. Well, probably. With a rich mining history and its Victorian-era buildings, Nevada’s state capital leans in to its spookier roots. Carson City may lie halfway between two modern tourist hubs — South Lake Tahoe and Reno — but you can still catch glimpses of its days as a gold and silver boom town and the bustling capital of a state admitted to the union on Halloween, 1864. With an origin story like that, a certain amount of spooky lore is to be expected. Of course, ghosts don’t actually walk the streets — they prefer the haunted hallways of the city’s 19th-century mansions — but you can. And the historical Carson City Ghost Walk is the perfect way to go. Will you be entertained? Absolutely. Spooked? Likely. Scared? Probably not. It’s a family-friendly, flashlight tour, and everyone — even four-legged friends — is welcome to join the 90-minute jaunt that starts at McFadden Square and loops through Carson City’s historic neighborhoods. Skittish visitors may experience a few goosebumps, but even the creepiest tales are not overly gory. (Added bonus: Drinks, including beer and...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — People living in a popular Minneapolis entertainment district say troubling behavior is keeping them up at night. From screeching tires and blaring music, a North Loop resident survey found crime to be a big concern. READ MORE: As Tick Season Begins, Protect Your Pets With These TipsThe neighborhood, located near downtown Minneapolis, has drastically changed over the past 10 years — going from an industrial warehouse district to a thriving community with entertainment and housing. While violent crime remains relatively low, a shooting at Muse Event Center in March left at least one person injured. Street racing is another concern, residents said. “I think people underestimate the positive impact that they can have in any bad situation,” longtime resident Aileen Johnson said. Crime concerns sparked an idea. Johnson started the North Loop Neighborhood Safety Block Club, a group of now more than 40 people. They walk around in bright orange shirts during peak weekend hours. READ MORE: How Do Street Sweepers Work?“One of the things that we really wanted so much at the very beginning was...
    In Cook County, Chicago, there are 2,300 people free on electronic ankle monitors and 75 percent are accused of violent crimes Ninety people accused of murder are free on electronic monitoring ankles in Chicago thanks to woke bail reforms that have put scores of violent criminals back on the streets. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart revealed the numbers to CBS on Monday, along with his fears that it is making communities significantly less safe.  Dart said that in his county alone, 90 people accused of murder are free along with 40 people charged with attempted murder and 852  people charged with aggravated gun possession.  In the year 2021, Chicago Police Department let 2,300 people go free on an ankle monitoring bail.  Of them, 133 were arrested for committing another violent crime, according to Mayor Lori Lightfoot last week.  The reforms were imposed by Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans in 2017.  Since then, crime in Chicago has skyrocketed and now, 75 percent of those with electronic monitoring bracelets are accused of violent crimes.  Despite pleas from Mayor Lori Lightfoot to lock...
    In the direct the wake of a 20-year failure that began with chest-thumping jingoism, reckless saber-rattling, and fatally naive notions about American exceptionalism, Fox News is still feeding us (or, rather, its viewers) brutal nonsense like this. Donald Trump was elected in the first place because he sounded exactly like the drunk at the end of the bar who's read two Tom Clancy novels and several tweets about vaccines' supposed link to autism and so naturally sounds like the smartest guy in the room. After all, they're drunk, too, and he's just like them, except marginally more erudite because, you know, he's read two books and they haven't read any. (Honestly, all the think pieces about why Trump appeals to his base could probably be thrown in the trash. Occam's razor, folks. They like him because he's just as gutter stupid and racist as they are. I don't think it goes very far beyond that.) So now, because Trump handed Joe Biden a footlong shit sub in the guise of a Taliban peace deal, our president gets to endure perpetual...
    Antonela Roccuzzo, Messi’s wife, goes out to tour the city accompanied by her three children. Toys, clothes and more among your purchases. Antonella Roccuzzo, wife Lionel messi and Thiago’s mother, Mateo and Ciro, took advantage of her first days to walk the streets of Paris. Accompanied by the dynamic trio, the young Argentine began to get acquainted with the French streets after Messi signed a contract with PSG. Thiago, 8, Mateo, 5, and Ciro, 3, walked with their mother through what will be their new home. They took the opportunity to shop on the Champs Elysees in Paris, while Lionel stayed at the hotel. Accompanied by a bodyguard, the four went to the “Disney Store” and “Joué Club” stores. Each of the children left with many gifts and a big smile on their faces. Do not miss: After the mystery, Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde show themselves without problems While the little ones were delighted with the toys, Antonela looked splendid in a casual outfit. With a chic style, the young woman wore a pink sweatshirt combined with a...
    OAKLAND — Aaron Gonzalez isn’t too surprised when he meets someone in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood who doesn’t want a COVID-19 vaccine. As a paid community ambassador, he’s working to educate residents about the safety and efficacy of vaccines in one of the Bay Area’s hardest-hit neighborhoods, providing information, answering questions about the shots and sometimes even registering them for a dose right then and there. But he knows he can’t convince everyone, at least not right away — his own aunt doesn’t want to be vaccinated despite a bout with COVID-19 that required lengthy hospitalization. “I try to convince them but I don’t push,” he said. “My aunt says, ‘I have natural immunity.'” OAKLAND, CA – JUNE 29: Community ambassadors Maria Lopez, Aaron Gonzalez and Alexa Ribas, from left, do COVID-19 vaccine outreach in the Fruitvale area of Oakland, Calif., on Tuesday, June 29, 2021. The Unity Council and La Clinica de la Raza are partnering together to help residents in the hard-hit, majority Latino neighborhood of Oakland get vaccinated. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)  The on-the-ground effort is one...
    HUNDREDS of people took to the streets today for a walk in memory of murdered PCSO Julia James. The mum-of-two's body was found in Akholt Wood, near her home in Snowdon, Kent, on April 27 after she had taken her beloved dog Toby for a walk. 6PCSO Julia James' body was found in Akholt Wood, near her home in Snowdon, KentCredit: SWNS 6Hundreds of floral tributes have been left for the much-loved PCSOCredit: Steve Finn 6Villagers took part in a 'walk of peace' around Aylesham, KentCredit: Steve Finn People gathered at St Finbarr's Roman Catholic Church in the historic Market Square of Aylesham today for a "walk of peace" in memory of the much-loved 53-year-old PCSO. The church has been adorned with floral tributes to the grandmother-of-one and many people wore blue ribbons on the walk as a mark of respect. Some even brought their dogs along in a nod to Julia's loyal Jack Russell - who stayed with her body until it was found by a member of the public. The rain stayed away as the community walked around...
    New York : In a store they found him looking like a famous singer, but they never believed that he was a reggaeton star. Photo: Alfredo Estrella / . These days J Balvin has had a great time touring different parts of New York to record the video for his new single ‘Tu Veneno’, which just premiered a few hours ago. This city brings him great memories because he lived there before succeeding in the urban music scene and twelve years ago he walked the same streets as now dreaming of a future full of successes, as he has confessed on his Instagram account. What he’s doing the most fun is going completely unnoticed for the first time in a long time. In fact, when entering a store they have even assured him that he looked a lot like a famous singer. “I came to Queens and the lady says I look like … who? AJ Balvin“, Explained the Colombian without being able to contain his laughter in a video recorded inside what appears to...
    POLITICIANS, campaigners and women nationwide are demanding the right to feel safe while walking the streets in the wake of Sarah Everard’s death. In an astonishing outpouring of emotion and anger, they said yesterday: “Enough is enough.” ???? Follow our live blog for the latest developments on the case of missing Sarah Everard 4Politicians, campaigners and women nationwide are demanding the right to feel safe while walking the streets in the wake of Sarah Everard’s deathCredit: Metropolitan Police 4A silent Commons heard Labour’s Jess Phillips read the names of 118 women killed by men in the past yearCredit: PA:Press Association A silent Commons heard Labour’s Jess Phillips read the names of 118 women killed by men in the past year. She said politicians loved to track numbers about vaccinations, people on benefits and their own popularity. But she added: “We don’t currently count dead women. Let’s pray every day and work every day to make sure nobody’s name ends up on this list again.” Social media was laden with powerful accounts of women’s constant fear of attack. Some told how...
    The couple has been photographed on the streets of Brentwood (California), one of the areas with the highest purchasing power of Los Angeles. 1 of 5 Walk through Brentwood (Los Angeles) Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck have made an important decision as a couple and that is not to hide anymore. The couple wants to show the world their love and lead a normal life like the rest of the lovers. Hence, they have been seen in a most everyday attitude on the streets of Bretwood, one of the areas with the highest purchasing power in Los Angeles (California). 2 of 5 Informal walk After his dream trip to Costa Rica and Cuba, where the actor has been able to meet his girlfriend’s family, Ben and Ana have returned to their routine and have taken the opportunity to run errands like ordinary mortals. Both, in informal clothes and accompanied by the actress’s pet, have fulfilled their obligations. 3 of 5 From fiction to reality The friendship between them arose behind...
    This is the terrifying moment a young girl is seen walking a tiger on a lead in Mexico. The footage shows a girl walking along a dirt road with a young tiger in Guasave, Mexico. 3This is the shocking moment a girl is seen walking a tiger down the street Credit: Newsflash 3The girl is seen smiling as she walks the big cat along the dirt roadCredit: Newsflash 3The tiger walked calmly alongside the girlCredit: Newsflash In the video a man is heard saying: "Look man, in Guasavce, people go out to walk with a tiger". He approaches the girl and stops next her to ask her about her father as he angles the camera to get a better view of the big cat. The predator walks calmly around the girl as she refers to second tiger: "The other one is over there, the smaller one." The driver then “Doesn’t that thing eat?” It is unclear who took the video, but it has since gone viral online from when it was shared on October 11. Many online criticized...
    Governor Andrew Cuomo is getting "New York Tough" on President Trump. The governor on Wednesday hit back at the president's threat to cut federal funds for New York City, saying Mr. Trump "better have an army" if he wants to walk through the streets of his hometown. "From the point of view of New York City, this has been the worst president in history," Cuomo said in a conference call with reporters. He said Mr. Trump "has been actively trying to kill New York City ever since he's been elected." "I think it's because he is from New York City, and New York City rejected him. Always. He was always dismissed as a clown in New York City. Those who know him best like him least. That's true about New York City, that's true about his own family." Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Cuomo's jabs came in response to an official memo Mr. Trump sent to federal agencies telling them to find ways to defund what he calls "anarchist jurisdictions" including New York City, Seattle, Portland and...
    Madison Summers September 3, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump threatened to pull federal funding from “lawless” cities, and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) responded with his most brutal attack yet. The president signed a memo on Wednesday that states the administration “will not allow Federal tax dollars to fund cities that allow themselves to deteriorate into lawless zones,” as IJR reported. Among the places that were threatened are New York, Washington, Seattle, and Portland. In response, Cuomo pulled together a press briefing late Wednesday, where he delivered a warning to Trump. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him,” Cuomo said, according to the New York Post. The New York governor added, “He can’t have enough bodyguards to walk through New York City, people don’t want to have anything to do with him.” Regarding the memo, Cuomo called it “political, it is gratuitous. And it’s illegal,” adding, “But it is another attempt to kill New York...
    RIO DE JANEIRO – In the new normality that is beginning to be experienced in Rio de Janeiro there is room for lovers of the galaxy who, dressed as astronauts, take advantage of daily walks on the banks of the most iconic beaches of Brazil, without neglecting precautions to avoid being infected with the new coronavirus. Covered from head to toe with helmets, jumpsuits and even gloves, a couple of older adults face the dreaded virus in their daily walks with an original way of protecting themselves, so as not to die infected by the virus or boredom by the confinement. Faced with the inability to go out into the streets in peace, due to a chronic problem in his lungs, Tercio Galdino, a 66-year-old retired accountant, designed the galactic suit to face the invisible enemy that threatens his health and convinced his wife, Alisea Lima , a year younger, to follow suit. “I came up with it because I am from the risk group and, in addition, I have a lung problem. So COVID-19 is sudden for me....
    RIO DE JANEIRO – In the new normality that is beginning to be experienced in Rio de Janeiro there is room for lovers of the galaxy who, dressed as astronauts, take advantage of daily walks on the banks of the most iconic beaches of Brazil, without neglecting precautions to avoid being infected with the new coronavirus. Covered from head to toe with helmets, jumpsuits and even gloves, a couple of older adults face the dreaded virus in their daily walks with an original way of protecting themselves, so as not to die infected by the virus or boredom by the confinement. Faced with the inability to go out into the streets in peace, due to a chronic problem in his lungs, Tercio Galdino, a 66-year-old retired accountant, designed the galactic suit to face the invisible enemy that threatens his health and convinced his wife, Alisea Lima , a year younger, to follow suit. “I came up with it because I am from the risk group and, in addition, I have a lung problem. So COVID-19 is sudden for me....
    RIO DE JANEIRO – In the new normality that is beginning to be experienced in Rio de Janeiro there is room for lovers of the galaxy who, dressed as astronauts, take advantage of daily walks on the banks of the most iconic beaches of Brazil, without neglecting precautions to avoid being infected with the new coronavirus. Covered from head to toe with helmets, jumpsuits and even gloves, a couple of older adults face the dreaded virus in their daily walks with an original way of protecting themselves, so as not to die infected by the virus or boredom by the confinement. Faced with the inability to go out into the streets in peace, due to a chronic problem in his lungs, Tercio Galdino, a 66-year-old retired accountant, designed the galactic suit to face the invisible enemy that threatens his health and convinced his wife, Alisea Lima , a year younger, to follow suit. “I came up with it because I am from the risk group and, in addition, I have a lung problem. So COVID-19 is sudden for me....
    A man has been arrested in Mexico after taking his unusual pet for a walk - a 77lb Bengal tiger.  Mexican National Guard unit were on a patrol tour in the municipality of Zamora, in the western state of Michoacán, when they spotted the female bengal being walked by a man on the side of a road that connects the cities of Morelia and Jiquilpan. The soldiers arrested the man, identified as Atanacio G., for failing to produce the necessary legal documents to prove ownership of the wild cat, Mexico's attorney general office said Monday.  A member of a local fire department in Michoacán, Mexico, poses with a female tiger after she was confiscated by the National Guard while being walked by a man on the side of a road The female bengal weighed 77 pounds and was found to be in good health condition Members of Mexico's National Guard were patrolling the western city of Zamora last week when then encountered a man who was walking a female bengal on the side of a road that connects the...
    The 92-year-old woman who was shoved into a fire hydrant in a random attack on a Manhattan street last week told The Post Tuesday that the ambush has taken a psychological toll on her — and she now fears walking alone in her neighborhood. “Mostly I’m shaken. My head still hurts where it was bleeding, where I hit the hydrant — or where he hit me, I don’t know,” elderly victim Geraldine Brodsky, said in an exclusive phone interview. see also Cops bust suspect who shoved elderly woman on NYC sidewalk Police have collared the heartless cur who knocked an elderly... “Mainly it’s psychological — just the fear of going out on the street,” she added. Brodsky, a Bronx native who has lived in Manhattan for more than 50 years, said she was on her way to Duane Reade when 31-year-old Rashid Brimmage allegedly shoved her to the ground near Third Avenue and East 16th Street Gramercy Park last Friday afternoon. Brodsky hit her head on a fire hydrant and started bleeding, she said. A passerby saw the assault, called...
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