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2011.10.08 07:12 Eastenders - The UK's finest soap

Gather around the Queen Vic's bar and have a chat about everything and anything to do with the soap Eastenders

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Cause we don't spend enough time on reddit.

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2023.06.08 21:03 Time_To_Rebuild QUESTION ABOUT SOLAR DIRECT DC LOAD

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2023.06.08 20:59 ThatGameBoyle This old bookmark stopped the cover from yellowing

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2023.06.08 20:49 Enhancedhiring Looking for 2 bedroom apartment/condo in West-East Hollywood.

Hi all, I am looking for an apartment for me and a roommate to move into. Preferably in the East Hollywood area, but would be cool with anywhere East-West Hollywood, just not directly on/off Hollywood BLVD.
I have great credit with proof of income to match. Some of the things we would need in the unit would be: In unit washedryer, for a shorthair cat to be okay, and preferably non street parking.
Other than that, we are pretty much open to whatever! Our budget is $3100 a month!
Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.08 20:42 tominator_44 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Arcade Game - NES preview from Nintendo Power Issue 16 - September/October 1990

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2023.06.08 20:39 South_Ad8480 Shopped at nonlisted franchise and it worked!

Shopped at nonlisted franchise and it worked!
IC will often send you to stores that are WAY out of the way of you and the customer when you can go to a closer franchise and the app will let you shop there. I've been doing this for years and the first time I encountered a franchise of the same brand that IC won't let you start your batch at was yesterday. I was able to have support start the batch manually and then check out with no issues. Good to know 👍
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2023.06.08 20:08 uerm95 Kurdish results from Konya (ancestors migrated from eastern Turkey)

Kurdish results from Konya (ancestors migrated from eastern Turkey)
I was surprised by the high Greek and South Italian result. Gedmatch seems to also suggest a somewhat high (for Kurds) South European result.
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2023.06.08 19:57 theMezz Why a local man was court-martialed for saving Lafayette's life


1825, 198 years ago
A tearful reunion
You can't miss Amos Parker. He is well over six feet tall. Some say closer to seven. Many say he was the tallest soldier in the American army during the Revolutionary War.

This week, the now 63-year-old Parker enters Shepard's Hotel on Bagg's Square in Utica (really the Bagg's Hotel, but the name was changed while Abraham Shepard owned it from 1825 to 1828). Parker is determined to meet the hotel's distinguished guest, the Marquis de Lafayette.

In 1777, while the Revolutionary War was raging, the then 19-year-old, tall, red-haired Lafayette left his home in France and joined the American army in its fight to win for the American colonies their independence from Great Britain. He fought in many battles and, in 1781, commanded troops in Yorktown, Virginia, when British Gen. Charles Cornwallis surrendered his army to Gen. George Washington, just about ensuring an end to the war and an American victory.

On the night of January 30, 1948, Utica firefighters fought one of the most spectacular fires in the city’s history. Flames roared through “The Long Block” on the west side of Lower Genesee Street, between Oriskany and Whitesboro streets. The 3-alarm blaze was fought in temperatures 30 below zero. Seventeen firefighters were injured and 11 businesses damaged. Losses were estimated at $400,000.
Now, 44 years later, the 68-year-old Lafayette is back in America, touring the country as a guest of its grateful citizens. This week, after visits in Rome, Oriskany and Whitesboro, he enters Utica triumphantly via the Rome Road (today Lafayette Street). After a big celebration, he is in his hotel room, resting before continuing his journey east.

Suddenly, there is a knock on the door and in walks the very tall Amos Parker. At first, Lafayette is puzzled, but then Parker begins to relate an incident that occurred at the Battle of Yorktown.

As the fighting there raged, Lafayette ordered 25 of his men — including Parker — to remove a fence so that Lafayette could lead his soldiers through the breach. "Once you remove the fence," Lafayette shouted, "allow me and my men to ride through the opening. Do not fire your weapons!"

More:Utica's Conkling leading figure at 1880 Republican convention: Mohawk Valley history

More:Utica Independent Infantry Company prepares for war: This week in Mohawk Valley history

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The fence was removed and Lafayette and his men began to ride through. Suddenly, Parker spotted a British sniper aiming his rifle at Lafayette. Before the sniper could fire, though, Parker raised his musket and shot him.

Unbelievingly, an aide to Lafayette had Parker court-martialed for disobeying Lafayette's "don't fire your weapon" order. He, of course, was acquitted when it was learned that by disobeying the order, he had saved Lafayette's life.

Now, in a hotel room 44 years later, Parker and Lafayette relive the incident. They embrace and (a historian later wrote) enjoy "a heart-tugging event and weep" in each other's arms. (After the war, Parker settled in the town of Augusta in southwestern Oneida County and died there in 1842 at age 80. He was buried at the Parker (Augusta) Cemetery at the intersection of Augusta-Solsville Road and Anderson Road. A blue and yellow state marker there reads: AMOS PARKER, TALLEST MAN IN AMERICAN ARMY. SAVED GEN. LAFAYETTE'S LIFE. PRESENT AT THE SURRENDER OF CORNWALLIS. BURIED HERE.

1923, 100 years ago
Record at UFA
A class of 210 students receive diplomas at Utica Free Academy (UFA), the largest class ever graduated in the school's more than 100-year history. The Right Reverend Charles Fiske, bishop coadjutor of the Central New York Episcopal Diocese, addresses the students: "Why has the city of Utica paid for your education? … It expects to receive from you a return for its investment. You owe the community repayment for this debt. Not in money, but in service. You are expected to exercise a high standard of living, put forth an honest effort to make your neighborhood a better place to live and accept public calls of duty to serve your community with its charities and efforts to improve the public well-being."

1948, 75 years ago
Utica in novel
Carl Sandburg, noted poet and historian, completes a novel that contains a chapter on Utica and the Erie Canal. He was in Utica a year ago to collect material for the novel: "Remembrance Rock."

1973, 50 years ago
GE contract
The General Electric Aircraft Equipment Division in Utica is awarded a $1.3 million contract for a computer system for the Viking Orbiter, which will explore Mars in 1975.

1998, 25 years ago
Morrisville celebrates
The village of Morrisville celebrates its 150th anniversary. It was incorporated in 1848 and named for its founder, Thomas Morris. He settled in the area in 1797 and built a house on the corner of today's Main and Cedar streets. His father, Robert, was a Founding Father from Pennsylvania, who signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

Civita M. Allard, a registered nurse and an associate professor in the Health Services Department at Mohawk Valley Community College, receives the college's "alumna of merit" award.

In American Legion baseball, Utica Post defeats Parkhurst Post, 13 to 3, behind the pitching of Chris Donalty (a four hitter) and the hitting of Eric Miller (3 hits, 2 RBIs). Meanwhile, Whitestown beats Lee, 6 to 4, behind the hitting of Jason Englehart, Mike Antanavige, Bernie Martin, Brent Wengert and Matt Maine. Steve Rice has two hits for Lee.

The Genetaska Club of New Hartford elects Ellen Boerger as its president. Other officers include: Peg Mullin, vice president; Barbara Reinshagen, recording secretary; Sue Maher, corresponding secretary; Joyce Ebensperger, treasurer; and directors Joyce Goggin, Ada Ruhm, Ellie Lampert and Barbara Weaver.

2013, 10 years ago
Pro hockey returns
Utica, after many years without a professional hockey team, has one again. The Utica Comets are in the American Hockey League, a minor league affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks in the National Hockey League. They will play in the Utica Memorial Auditorium. Robert Esche, a former goalie in the National Hockey League and president of the Mohawk Valley Garden, will operate the team. Mayor Robert Palmieri says the move fits in with his vision for a revitalized Bagg's Square and Harbor Point development. "What a great day for the city!" he says. "The emotion is overwhelming."

The Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame inducts Stan "Buddy" Evans, longtime baseball coach at Rome Free Academy and college football official; Bill Holowaty, originally from Mohawk, longtime baseball coach at Eastern Connecticut State University; Ed Wadas, a "super" supporter of local athletics and called the "candy man" for giving out candy at local games, especially in Whitesboro, Oriskany and New York Mills; and Tom Wells, multi-sport coach at New Hartford schools, especially known for his highly successful swim teams.

Bobbi Jo Kahl is approved by the town board in Remsen as as the town justice.

In American Legion baseball, Roberts Post defeats Whitestown, 3 to 1. Nate Palmer, a senior at Holland Patent High, strikes out 18 and gets the win. He is supported by the hitting of Kinsey Williams, Nico Ramos and Austin Mann. Whitestown's Jared Muraca pitches well, allowing only five hits.

Trivia quiz
Next Sunday is Father's Day. Let's celebrate with a tough question. Name the man who was the son of a U.S. president and also the father of a U.S. president. If you can't name him, at least name the two presidents. (Answer will appear here next week.)

Answer to last week's question: Richard Nixon was president when, on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin first walked on the surface of the moon after landing in the Apollo 11 lunar module.

This Week in History is researched and written by Frank Tomaino. E-mail him at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
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2023.06.08 19:55 Colonel_Blackout Brewery Bike Tour June 18th

Join some people on a bike tour around town and have some drinks while you do it! It'll start around noon at Trivedi and go to LBC West, 23rd St, F&I, LBC East, Gaslight Gardens, Black Stag, and Free State. There are no set rules, we can add or subtract places as we see fit. I almost never actually make it to the end because I stop at too many other places. We stay away from main roads as best we can. You don't have to be a good cyclist to join, most of us are very casual riders.
Here's the general idea Map.
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2023.06.08 19:52 parf2parf Where do y’all like to eat around south street?

specifically east south street, like using 4th and south as the starting base. Looking for something casual and not too pricy. Any recs?
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2023.06.08 19:10 mapgreybot2 Alhambra (Mid-East) Belly Dance and Events

Alhambra (Mid-East) Belly Dance and Events - North Bridge Rd, High Street Centre, Singapore 179094

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2023.06.08 19:02 Joadzilla China to establish spy facility in Cuba off southeastern US -WSJ

WASHINGTON, June 8 (Reuters) - China has reached a secret deal with Cuba to establish an electronic eavesdropping facility on the island roughly 100 miles (160 km) from Florida, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing U.S. officials familiar with classified intelligence.
Such a spy installation would allow Beijing to gather electronic communications from the southeastern U.S., which houses many U.S. military bases, as well as monitor ship traffic, the newspaper reported.
The U.S. Central Command headquarters is based in Tampa. Fort Liberty, formerly Fort Bragg, the largest U.S. military base, is based in North Carolina.
The countries have reached an agreement in principle, the officials said, with China to pay Cuba "several billion dollars" to allow the eavesdropping station, according to the Journal.
“I cannot speak to this specific report, but we are well aware of – and have spoken many times to – the People’s Republic of China’s efforts to invest in infrastructure around the world that may have military purposes, including in this hemisphere," John Kirby, spokesperson for the White House National Security Council, said in a statement.
"We monitor it closely, take steps to counter it, and remain confident that we are able to meet all our security commitments at home, in the region, and around the world," he said.
A spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in Washington said: "We are not aware of the case and as a result we can't give a comment right now."
The Cuban government did not respond to a request for comment. But veteran Cuban diplomat Jose Cabanas, former ambassador to the U.S., wrote in a tweet that Washington was “trying to demonize Cuba again." He did not elaborate.
The agreement between the two U.S. rivals, both ruled by communist governments, has caused alarm in President Joe Biden's administration, the newspaper said, posing a new threat close to America's shores. The Journal said U.S. officials declined to provide more details about the proposed location of the listening station or whether construction had begun. I
The reported deal comes as Washington and Beijing are taking tentative steps to soothe tensions that spiked after a suspected Chinese high-altitude spy balloon crossed the United States before the U.S. military shot it down off the East Coast in February.
It could also raise questions about a trip to China that U.S. officials say Secretary of State Antony Blinken is planning in coming weeks. Washington's top diplomat had earlier scrapped the visit over the spy balloon incident.
Ties have deteriorated over disputes ranging from military activity in the South China Sea and near Taiwan, Beijing's human rights record, and technology competition.
U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, Democratic chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a Cuba hawk, said if the report is true, it would be “a direct assault upon the United States.”
“So I hope the administration will think about how they'll react, if it’s true," he told reporters.
A former U.S. intelligence official said on condition of anonymity that a Chinese listening post would be a “big deal,” marking an expansion of Beijing's spying capabilities and giving it access to signals intelligence as far north as Washington.
If such a facility is built, the Chinese will use Cuba "as a beachhead for collection against the United States," said
Daniel Hoffman, a former senior CIA undercover officer.
However, the U.S. has a long history of spying on China in its own neighborhood. It is widely reported to have used Taiwan as a listening post for the mainland and regularly flies spy planes in the South China Sea, angering Beijing.
The head of Taiwan’s National Security Bureau told the island’s parliament in April that Taiwan was conducting real-time encrypted intelligence sharing with Five Eyes partners, which includes the U.S.
A cash infusion would likely be welcomed in Cuba, where the economy is sputtering and inflation, fuel shortages, plunging farm production and a cash crunch continue to fan discontent.
Relations between Washington and Havana remain strained. The Biden administration last year partially rolled back some Trump-era restrictions on remittances and travel to the island, but Cuban officials called the steps insufficient.
The intelligence on the agreement was gathered in recent weeks and was convincing, the Journal reported. The officials said it would allow China to conduct signals intelligence, including emails, phone calls and satellite transmission.
Cuba, an old Cold War foe of the United States, has long been a hotbed of espionage and spy games.
The Cuban missile crisis in 1962 began after Moscow began placing Soviet nuclear weapons on the island. It backed down and removed the missiles, but it is widely regarded as the moment when the United States and the Soviet Union came closest to a nuclear confrontation.
The Soviets installed a spy base on the island at Lourdes, just south of Havana, in the mid-1960s, with parabolic antennas aimed at Cuba´s northern neighbor. Russian President Vladimir Putin closed the facility in the early 2000s.
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2023.06.08 18:55 DiscoverDurham Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (June 8-11)

Check out our full Durham events calendar.
If you'd like to add an event to our calendar, submit an event here. Please check with the event organizers to see if events change due to weather. Have a great weekend!

American Dance Festival

BODYTRAFFIC at Reynolds Industries Theater
2023 ADF Fête at Parizäde
Rennie Harris Puremovement American Street Dance Theater at Page Auditorium

Multi-Day Event

Triangle Restaurant Week

Venue Weekend Schedules

Events at DPAC
Events at The Carolina Theatre
Events at The Pinhook
Events at Motorco Music hall
Events at The Fruit
Live Music at Blue Note Grill
Events at Moon Dog Meadery
Live Music at Sharp 9 Gallery
Events at Arcana
Events at Rubies on Five Points
Events at Durty Bull Brewing Company
Live Comedy at Mettlesome
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in Downtown Durham

Thursday, Jun 8

Thirsty Thursdays at Dashi
Vinyl Night with DJ Deckades at Gizmo Brew Works
Boulders & Brews Meetup at Triangle Rock Club - Durham
Trivia Night w/Big Slow Tom at Clouds Brewing Brightleaf Square

Friday, Jun 9

Tasting at Ten at Counter Culture Coffee

Saturday, Jun 10

Durham Farmers’ Market at Durham Central Park
South Durham Farmers' Market at Greenwood Commons Shopping Center
parkrun Durham at Southern Boundaries Park
Crafternoons at Gizmo Brew Works

Sunday, Jun 11

Al Strong Presents Jazz Brunch at Alley Twenty Six
Food Truck Rodeo at Durham Central Park
Public Tour at Duke Chapel
Trivia at Navigator Beverage Co.

Running Art Exhibits

upstART Gallery: A Jim Lee Project at Pop Box Gallery
Exhibit at 21c Museum Hotel
“Extra-Spectral” at the Durham Art Guild Truist Gallery
Donna Stubbs, Featured Artist at 5 Points Gallery
Chieko Murasugi & Renzo Ortega at Craven Allen Gallery
Spirit in the Land at the Nasher
Andy Warhol: You Look Good in Pictures at the Nasher
Art of Peru at the Nasher
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2023.06.08 18:53 Missy_Elliott_Smith [June 8th, 1923] The Inquiring Photographer asks Midtown Manhattan pedestrians what possibilities Georges Barbot's "air-flivver" motorized glider suggests for the future.

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2023.06.08 18:42 PhraseComfortable843 Launching Prestige Park grove in Coming Days - Prestige Apartments in Kadugodi, Whitefield

Prestige Park Grove is a futuristic pre-launch residential project in Whitefield, East Bangalore. The Township project by Prestige Group is on 78 acres of prime land. The layout offers 1,2 & 3 BHK luxury Apartments. It also hosts 3 & 4 BHK premium Villa. This Prestige launch is a key to fine living.
The project is a symbol of comfort and luxury. Thanks to diligent drafts and plans. Homes are ample and well-lit. The sizes scale between 600 - 1800 sq. ft. in area. The Vaastu concepts ensure good vibes and aura.
Park Grove includes wide internal roads and pedestrian trails. Parks and gardens are essential parts of the design. The open areas are curated with lush terrains and quads. The project is awaiting approval from RERA Board and is expected to launch in June 2023
Whitefield is a popular locale in East Bangalore. Top IT firms and Tech Parks besets Park Grove. The project prevails near top schools and hospitals.
Whitefield is the IT helm of the city. The area hosts nifty housing projects. The upcoming Purple metro link is a commute booster.
Prestige Group is a reliable real estate brand. It operates in the top cities of India. The firm ensures superior quality at the best prices.
Key Dates:
The Address of Park Grove New Township by Prestige Construction is Chikkanahalli Road, Whitefield, near Station Rd, East Bengaluru, Karnataka Pincode - 560067.The IT boom in the country foreran the growth of Whitefield, which belongs to Urban Bangalore. A quiet zone on the outskirts of Bangalore turned into a vital suburb in the late 90s. The structure of the International Tech Park began this locality's makeover. Large MNCs like Wipro, TCS, and SAP moved to Whitefield. This shift brought in a massive influx of new residents. The distance to the proposed Metro is just 3.1 km, and ITPL main road is just 5.1 km from the project location.
All major real estate firms have established their projects in the area. Several new projects are lined up for launch. The area's physical structure is evolving with many new development works. Social infrastructure is also rising, with good hospitals, schools, and malls in the area.
The Prestige Park Grove Township specifications are inclusive of quality structures and fittings. It includes an RCC structure, vitrified flooring, wooden main doors, and suitable electrical and plumbing fittings. The net size of the site is 72 acres and hosts 3600 plus apartments and 82 villas. The flats are sized as 1, 2, 3, & 4 BHK units priced between INR 50 L – 3.5 Cr.
Live in an address of affluence that ensures the best lifestyle for you and your family. The project opens doors for bright homes filled with daylight and fresh air. Life here is bountiful with the richness of nature amenities all around.
The Vaastu-compliant homes are designed for luxury and comfort. The flexible floor spaces allow you to choose a home within your budget. The apartments are spaced apart perfectly to provide absolute privacy.
A fine assemblage of modern amenities and utilities lets you relax and rejuvenate. More than sixty lifestyle amenities and a Central Club deliver a perfect leisure destination. From Convenience stores to the gym, crèche, mini- theatre, and Clinic, every service is just a walk away from your home.
Wellness and fitness come in handy with an array of sports and health amenities. Take lengthy laps in our large swimming pool. Play a game of volleyball match with friends and family. Have a carefree ride on the cycle tracks. Staying happy and healthy can never be so easy.
The grand clubhouse is packed with facilities for events and recreation. The spacious banquet hall is just right for family gatherings. Party Terraces are quick hangout spots for weekends. Unwind and recline in the saloon. Laze around in the café.
Safety and fun go hand in hand in the wonderland zone for kids. The play area is filled with exciting play sets and gaming apparatus.
Heal your mind and soul in the grove of nature. The forest-themed open spaces are curated with a cluster of trees. The flourishing gardens, vehicle-free stretches, and water features are vital parts of these outdoor boundaries.
Commute and connectivity are best experienced from your home now. The project location places you at the helm of the social network. Work hubs, shopping malls, schools, and hospitals are all within the projects’ ambit.
Cherish the fun and amity of community events. Endure the virtue of urban niceties within the premises as you lead a life of happiness of bliss.
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2023.06.08 18:40 ClassicTone Wrigley Logistic Info from cubs.com email

Thought this could be useful. It's from the Cubs/Wrigley organization. If you bought resold tix, you may not have received this information.
Note the bag size limitation. My wife was actually affected by this last year, and she did not have a huge purse.
Hope everyone has a joyful, grateful, and kind time!
We look forward to seeing you at Wrigley Field for the Dead & Company show Friday, June 9, as part of the band's The Final Tour! The show is scheduled to begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. CT and ballpark gates will open around 5 p.m. CT. Please take a moment to review the following event guide to help you prepare for the upcoming show. Getting to Wrigley Field (1060 W. Addison St. Chicago, IL 60613) Please give yourself plenty of time to travel to and from Wrigley Field. We encourage the use of public transportation including Metra trains and Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) buses and trains. The CTA Red Line stops one block from Wrigley Field at the Addison station. Visit Cubs.com/Transportation for detailed information on transit options from across Chicago. Free remote parking will be offered at 3900 N. Rockwell St., located approximately 2.5 miles from the ballpark. This lot includes free shuttle service to and from Wrigley Field. Services begin approximately two hours prior to the start of the show and returning shuttles run approximately one hour after the end of the show. Free bicycle valet service also will be available in the alley just east of the main entrance for the CTA Red Line stop on Addison Street. Limited parking will be available for cashless purchase beginning at 3 p.m. CT on the day of the show in our Toyota Camry Lot (1126 W. Grace St. Chicago, IL 60613) and Irving Park Lot (1052 W. Irving Park Rd. Chicago, IL 60613) on a first-come, first-served basis. Payment for parking includes a credit card, debit card or mobile wallet. No cash will be accepted. Tailgating is not permitted. A designated group charter, coach bus, limousine and black car service drop-off and pick-up location will be located on Irving Park Road between Clark Street and Seminary Avenue. Rideshares will pick up on Addison Street between Halsted Street and Broadway. Prohibited items The following items are prohibited at Wrigley Field during the show: Cameras with large lenses, including those with detachable lenses Professional or non-mobile phone video cameras Weapons of any kind, including knives or sharp items Tactical gear Backpacks (including clear backpacks) Bags larger than 16 x 16 x 8 inches Luggage GoPro cameras, iPads, tablets or selfie sticks Umbrellas Frisbees, footballs or other "throwables" Glass, metal and aluminum bottles and containers (Only empty or reusable water bottles are permitted) Hard-sided coolers Please also note the Wrigley Field campus, including Gallagher Way, is smoke free. No smoking of any kind and no spitting is permitted in or around Wrigley Field. For a full list of permitted and prohibited items, visit Cubs.com/Info. Important information regarding Shakedown Street (1088 W. Waveland Ave. Chicago, IL 60613) Shakedown Street, located in the Toyota Highlander Lot, will open to the public at noon CT and open to vendors at 11 a.m. CT on the day of the show. Please be aware all vendors must have a City of Chicago peddler’s license in order to operate at Shakedown Street. Vehicles are not permitted in Shakedown Street. Parking will not be provided to vendors. Alcohol is not permitted in the lot and all items and bags are subject to screening. The City of Chicago will strictly patrol activities and enforce all Chicago laws regarding the purchasing of alcohol or food product from street vendors. General Admission Tickets Attendees with General Admission tickets should enter through the Budweiser Bleacher Gate, located at the corner of Waveland and Sheffield avenues, to scan their ticket and receive a wristband. Those with General Admission tickets must retain both their ticket and wristband throughout the evening to ensure field access. Please note fans with General Admission tickets may line up on the north side of Waveland Avenue from the corner of Waveland and Sheffield avenues toward the east for entry beginning at 10 a.m. CT on the day of the show. Wrigley Field is a Cashless Venue Wrigley Field is a cashless venue for all food and beverage and merchandise purchases. Payment can include a credit card, debit card or mobile wallet. Reverse ATMs are available in the ballpark to convert cash to a card that can be used for purchases at Wrigley Field and elsewhere. 
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2023.06.08 18:31 redditduk [MegaList] SG Gigs & Music Concerts: Mid June (9 - 22 Jun 2023)

June 9 Update: Tiny Moving Parts 13-jun cancelled. 12-14 June reddit boycott. Bonus 24-jun-only listing will be hosted off-reddit soon.

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Ongoing maybe not music

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2023.06.08 18:26 lbabinz [eShop] Weekly Digital Switch Game Sale

Item Price MSRP % Off History*
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Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy $37.79 $75.59 50% off Matches low
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2023.06.08 18:02 AttorneyHairy861 East India company Assam

East India company Assam
I know the name will stir up negative connotations with some and in no way mean to make anyone feel uneasy, I’m just reviewing the tea and giving my honest thoughts and opinions on the tea and so won’t be judging the company and what it did years ago.
First I wanted to start on the packaging, which I think is really really nicely done. I’m really into history and the history of things so I really like how they added in some of the history of Assam tea on the tin, it’s a nice way of educating those whom don’t know. The artwork is fantastic and I really like the red colour of the tin, yes I know it’s a bit scratched and bit coming off but I was carrying a lot off stuff and it kept banging on my other tin (I’d like to see a protective barrier on the tin to prevent this as the tin is so beautiful.
The tea’s itself is full of nice yellow buds, and it doesn’t explicitly state what grade it is it’s definitely a higher grade tea (on par with a ftgop1 imo). The brew after 4.5 minutes comes out nice dark golden, a tiny dash of milk and tea becomes magical (and a spoon of sugar). The smell is extremely malty of the nose, with a hint of honey which smells beautiful. Flavour wise this is a brilliant Assam, it’s strong and malty with a good amount of body and that little astringent mouthfeel (which I like in an Assam).
Overall I’d rate this a 9.5/10, it’s a beautifully done Assam that has all the characteristics of Assam one expects. This was £20 for 125g which is a little on the high end but I definitely recommend for if you want a good quality cuppa.
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2023.06.08 17:26 simba156 Recs for NYC trip

This sub was such a big help the last timewe visited NYC — hoping we can get some more recs to make this trip just as delicious!
We are flying to NYC with three kids (including a baby) in tow, which will certainly change some of our criteria (last time, we did Rezdora, Atoboy, Cosme and Casa Mono). However, we will get one dinner out alone as grownups! We are staying on the UES. I’m providing a lot of details here to make it easier to give recommendations, so apologies for the length!
Looking for your recs on:
-The best bakery or easily accessible walk-up food stand in Flushing: We will be at family dinner in Flushing the first night and may have time to visit 1-2 spots after dinner for a quick snack, provided they are located close to each other. We love a good egg tart, or we’d be up for finding interesting dumplings/handheld snack, provided we don’t have to sit down to order.
-A great place for an early dinner 6/16 with kids in Brooklyn or the east side of Lower Manhattan: The wedding is near Brighton Beach so we will be Ubering through Sunset Park and Carroll Gardens via 478 to get home, and then up FDR drive. We have one kid who is a great eater and into trying new foods from different cultures, and one who will be satisfied at any restaurant that offers fruit, French fries or pizza. Our ideal restaurant would have elevated food and good wine or cocktails for us parents, but still be relaxed enough to allow kids. We will go early (like 5pm) and have stuff to distract the kids so they won’t be a bother. (Edit: park slope would be fine too!)
-Best donuts in Manhattan: we will stand in line.
-Dinnedrinks for the parents: I booked the studio tasting for Joomak Banjum 6/17 but I’m now second-guessing myself. We really liked Atoboy and my husband (a chef) got started in pastry so I thought the studio tasting would be a cool experience. I’m worried because it doesn’t seem to be as popular as other choices like Kochi or Jua, and there are always reservations available. Did I make a good choice? If not, please recommend the fine dining selection we should make! Open to anything Michelin-esque /fine dining we could still get into, Brooklyn or Manhattan. I’d also love recommendations for a cocktail bar nearby. Last time we were here, we really enjoyed Amor y Amargo and Death and Co. (Both recs from this sub!)
-Best places to eat lunch or a snack/glass of wine near Central Park: We will be wandering around the area between South Central Park / Times Square / Rockefeller Center with the kids and will have a small stroller. Just looking for good food, don’t need anything elevated. If the Urban Hawker food hall is open, is it authentic and worth trying? Also open to Thai, ramen, pizza, etc. I also have a fantasy of stopping by the Aldo Sohm wine bar or another place where I can get one great glass of wine, but I don’t know if Aldo Sohm is the best place for that. It looks like there are tables set up outside the main bar area that might work with kids.
THANK YOU! I trust this sub more than most of the food critics and am grateful for all your help in guiding us to delicious eats.
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