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Boston Bruins take victory in emotional atmosphere as fans return to full TD Garden Matt Vautour

BOSTON – As gold rally towels and hats of all sizes and colors sailed from the stands to the ice to traditionally celebrate David Pastrnak’s hat trick, Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy took a second to make a pause. In the first game TD Garden was allowed to open at full …

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Michigan reports 445 new cases of COVID-19, 49 more deaths

LANSING, Michigan – Michigan health officials have confirmed 445 new cases of the coronavirus in the state. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is reporting 49 additional COVID-19-related deaths on May 29, 2021. Forty-eight of these deaths were identified during a review of medical records. There are now …

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As county reopens, Montgomery County event venues discuss near future

Strathmore in North Bethesda is one of the county’s major event venues that are expected to start hosting events this weekend. Large event venues – for weddings, conferences, theater, live music and other occasions – are happy to see Montgomery County’s COVID-19 restrictions lifted. Now they are waiting to see …

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Cody Nite Rodeo returns to normal when it opens Tuesday | Sports

It’s fitting that Tate’s reintroduction to Cody will be exactly the same as in previous years. “It seems like every year when we come to town it gets cold and rainy,” said Maury Tate. “It was the same.” He runs the Mo ‘Betta Rodeo Company, the stock contractor for the …

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Ironton show returns to normal for 2021 | New

IRONTON – After a significantly reduced Ironton-Lawrence County Memorial Day parade last year, this year’s version will be closer to normal, said Lou Pyles, marshal of the parade. The parade, which has been held in Ironton since 1868 and is recognized as the longest continuous parade in the country, is …

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Vaccine approval for 12-15 year olds opens prospect of normal summer

On May 10, the United States Food and Drug Administration gave emergency use authorization from Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for adolescents aged 12 to 15 years. Two days later, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended its use. Exactly a week later, 13-year-old Ethan Gann of East Hardwick got his first …

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Musikfest announces long-awaited return to normal in early August, reveals headliners schedule

It’s been almost two years since anyone who lifted their mug of beer to celebrate Festplatz or jumped out of their seat to dance at the Wind Creek Steel Stage. But that will thankfully change later this summer, thanks to the long-awaited return of Lehigh Valley’s favorite summer tradition. Musikfest …

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Parks ready to dive into the summer

As opening weekend approaches, Jefferson City Pools are fully staffed with extended hours. Aaron Grefrath, deputy director of the Jefferson City Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department, said the department was ready for the start of summer. “The early release of the schools (in Jefferson City) helped,” he said. “We employ …

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Carey Price has been excellent and the Leafs are still winning

The playoffs are all about goalies. It’s almost a truism, but there are ways to deal with a really good goalie – the most obvious is to counter with a hot goalie of your own. Jack Campbell has been good for the Leafs, but honestly he hasn’t been at the …

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Navigating the new normal and disappointing delivery via Paravicini’s | On the table | Thetribune

Texture, temperature and taste – the three preeminent characteristics that help to assess the quality of a food. To fail in any of these areas is to fail completely. Fried calamari served cold is a failure. Pasta served overcooked is a failure. Even when the veal has the most enchanting …

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