Aaa reservoir ave cranston

Cycling in Calgary is amazing.

2023.05.29 17:51 yycTechGuy Cycling in Calgary is amazing.

This spring I decided to cycle more. I'm a long time cyclist but on and off for the last decade or so. I haven't cycled much in Calgary for a long time.
I'm amazed and how nice it is cycling in Calgary these days.
First off, the bike lanes. Cycling in traffic used to be fearsome as cars would zip by really close. Now with the bike lanes, even the painted ones, motorists are much more respectful and give space. What a novel concept.
The City has widened and improved many paths. Not just for cyclists but also for pedestrians. And in many instances the city has separate paths for each. This is a dramatic improvement over the way it used to be.
Cyclists can now take their bike on the C Train any time. I live close to a C train station so this means the whole city is now within my cycling range. Why drive anywhere ? I went downtown twice on the weekend with my bike. Didn't have to worry about parking. Didn't have to load my bike into my car. Once you are to the area you want to explore, getting somewhere is way quicker than walking.
There are actually neat places to visit along bike paths. Calgary is starting to feel a bit like a European city that is designed around pedestrians and cyclists rather than cars. I'm seeing other cyclists at these places. The south side of the riverbank is so nice now. The East Village area needs more trees, but its nice. Fish Creek is great. Glenmore Reservoir is fun, but there is a lot of foot traffic on it. Bowness Park. Bowness itself is nice. The bike lanes are a huge improvement.
Everywhere I went this weekend there were a ton of cyclists. And downtown there are a lot of people on scooters too. Great to see. eBikes are getting popular. I see people on eBikes that I suspect wouldn't be on a non pedal bike.
17th Ave is a nightmare pedestrian and bike wise. Which is a shame because there are some good places along it. Traffic noise is terrible along that street if you sit on a patio. I'd love to see the City remove the parking lanes on 17th and use that space for bikes and walking but parking is already non existent if you drive down there.
Google Maps is a great way to figure out how to get somewhere on a bike. But it would be nicer if it had the option to select Ctrain and bike as the transportation method.
I wish there was a good bike route from SW Calgary to Bragg Creek. I've cycled there several times. I always meet other cyclists going there. It's a good destination but there is a lot of traffic and the shoulder on 22 isn't the smoothest.
Happy cycling.
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2023.05.27 19:04 Mbm2887 Throwback - downtown sports bar

Trying to remember the name of the sports balounge that was downtown Miami and really popular around 2012/2013
It was located across the AAA around 2nd Ave, had pool tables on the right when you walked in, bar was a big circle in the middle and it was one of only spots open late night. It wasn’t grand central.
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2023.05.27 15:59 Objective_Soup_9476 With the new Frederick Douglass tunnel in Baltimore for the NEC, could the existing B&P tunnel be used for a new subway line?

With the new Frederick Douglass tunnel in Baltimore for the NEC, could the existing B&P tunnel be used for a new subway line?
This would add a needed east-west line going through downtown and can connect Penn station with East Baltimore and connect to the current subway line at Upton Ave. This seems like a better alternative to just letting the existing tunnel go to waste.
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2023.05.25 22:49 SecretPeoplesClub Does anyone have any information on this truck on Phenix Ave in Cranston?

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2023.05.24 19:06 williemanic really ?

really ?
this shit all day
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2023.05.23 22:04 DannyLumpy Summer Events in the Denver Area

I'm trying to make a list of all of the things to do in Denver for this summer. Does anyone know of anything I should add?

Music Festivals

Saturdays 05/27-09/02 Swingin Under the Stars - 7:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Swing Dancing, Lessons, Ice Cream, Live Music Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street Denver, CO 80211
06/03 Denver Day of Rock - 1:15PM-9:30PM FREE All Ages 15 Bands, 3 Stages; Mainly Rock; Food Trucks LODO Denver
06/07 Holiday Theater Music and Poetry Showcase - 7PM FREE All Ages Guitar, Low-Rock, Spoken Word, Poetry, Jazz MCA Denver at the Holiday Theater 2644 West 32nd Avenue Denver, CO 80211
06/10 Five Points Jazz Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages 140+ Jazz Performances Five Points, Denver
06/17 First Harvest Music Vestival - 4PM-8PM $10 12 and Below; $35 1+ All Ages Various Musicans Including the Flobots, The Snakes, and Brothers of Brass; Foodtrucks, To Show Solidarity for Refugees DeLaney Community Farm 170 South Chambers Road Aurora, CO 80017
07/14-07/16 Compost Heap Music Festival - Times TBA FREE (Suggested Donations) Underground Music of Various Genres Seventh Circle Music Collective, 2935 W 7th Ave, Denver CO
07/15 Blues & BBQ Festival – 10AM-6PM $10 All Ages Live Blues Music and BBQ Citizen’s Park, 5560 W 24th Ave, Edgewater, CO 80214
07/21-07/22 Global Dance Festival – 3PM-11PM $99/Day All Ages EDM, Art Installations, Circus Performers, Silent Disco. Performers Include Kaskade, Deadmau5, Loud Luxury, Surf Mesa, Troyboi, Zedd and Many More! Empower Field. 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO 80204
07/28-07/30 Underground Music Showcase - 3PM-12AM $120 Weekend Pass *Independent Music of Various Genres - Broadway // 6th Ave to Alameda, 21 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
08/25-08/27 Meow Wolf Vortex Music and Art Festival - 2:30PM-?? $60-$100 / Day, -$229 Weekend Pass Electronic Music Festival Feat. Griz, Armani White, BLOND:ISH and many more The Junkyard, 2323 W. Mulberry Place, Denver, CO 80204
08/12 Ghost Canyon Fest – 6PM-12AM $50 21+ Noise, Punk, and Post Punk Bands Hi Dive, 7 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80223
09/09 Sunnyside Music Festival – 12PM-7:15PM FREE All Ages Local Bands, Food, Vendos Chaffe Park near 2001 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80211
09/16 Viva Southwest Mariachi Fest – 4:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Mariachi Bands, Food, Vendos Levitt Pavilion, 1380 W Florida Ave, Denver, CO 80223

Culture Festivals

06/02 Chrom - 5PM-10PM FREE All Ages A Pride Queer Art Showcase and Vendor Market, Live DJ Skylight, 833 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, United States
06/09-06/11 ayA Con - F 4PM-7PM; Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-5PM $15-$30 All Ages Indigenous Comics, Art, Fashion, Performance, Film, and Music McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 W Colfax Ave, Aver, CO 80202
06/09-06/11 Denver Greek Festival - F 11AM-11PM; Sa 11AM-12AM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Greek Heritage with Food, Music, Vendors, and Art Assumption of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 4610 E Alameda Ave, Denver, CO 80246
06/17-06/18 Juneteenth Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Black Culture and Liberation with a Parade, Live Music, Vendors Five Points, Denver
06/17-06/18 Cherry Blossom Festival - 5k Sa 8AM; Parade Sa 9:30AM FREE All Ages Celebration of Japanese Heritage with Taiko Drumming, Teriyaki Chicken, Sake, Japanese Art Sakura Square, Denver
06/24-06/25 Denver Pridefest - Sa 11AM-6PM; Su 11AM-4PM FREE All Ages Celebration of LGBTQ+ Culture with 5k Run, Parade, Venors, Concerts, Drag Events Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202 (Parade Starts at Cheeseman Park)
07/07 -07/09 Colorado Black Arts Festival - F 1PM-8PM; Sa 11AM-8PM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages * Celebration of Black Culture with Performances, Visual Art, Scavenger Hunts, Food, Parade, Vendors* City Park, 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205
07/15-07/16 Mile High Global Bazaar - 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Cultural Exhibits and Vendors from around the World Skyline Park, Denver, CO 80202
07/22-07/23 Colorado Dragon Boat Festival – Races Start 8AM; Festival Sa 10AM-7PM. Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages *Dragon Boat Races, Food, Vendors, Performances – FREE – Sloan's Lake Park W Bryon Pl, Denver, CO 80212

Food / Drink Festivals

W-Th 05/15-09/?? Civic Center Eats - 11AM-7PM Free All Ages 10-20 Food Trucks of Various Cuisines Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/14, 06/04, 07/09 A Taste of Colorado 10AM-6PM Free All Ages Live Music, 6 Food Trucks, Drinks, Live Music, Kids Activities, Vendors Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/27-05/28 BBQ Fest 11AM-8PM $35 Under 20; $109 Adult All Ages * All You Can Eat BBQ, All You Can Drink, Cooking Demos, Live Music* Empower Field at Mile High, 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO, 80204
05/27 Taste Around the World! Spring Wine Event - 3PM-6:30PM $90 All Ages * Tastings for 25 Bottles of Wine with Help From Wine Experts* Ironton Distillery (RiNo) - 3636 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216
07/20 The Big Eat - 6PM-9PM $85 21+ 50+ Restaurants All You Can Eat, Live Music* Denver Performing Arts Complex, 1400 Curtis St, Denver, CO 80204
07/22 - Summer Brewfest - 1PM-10PM $55 Advance, $60 Day of Only Allowed Half of Time) 21+ *Unlimited Tastings of Local Beer Brews Mile High Station, 2027 West Colfax Avenue, Denver Co 80204
08/03 Denver Burger Battle - Price TBA 21+ 20+ Restaurants Best Burger Competition; Unlimited Drinks and Burgers* Tivoli Quad, 1000 Larimer St, Denver CO 80204?
08/19 Sloan’s Lake Beer Fest - $5 DD, $35 if Drinking 21+ 1970s Themed Beer Tasting with Live Music* 1610 Raleigh Street Denver, CO 80204
08/26 Denver Summer Whiskey Tasting Festival - 2:30PM-6PM $45 21+ Tasting of 20+ Whiskey, Tasting Lessons, Live Music, Food Location TBA
09/06-09/09 Denver Food and Wine Festivals 11AM-8PM $60-$95 21+ * Food and Wine Showcase, Tastings, Seminars, Cocktail Competition* Tivoli Quad on the Auraria Campus, 1000 Larimer St, Denver

Art / Crafts / Shopping Festival

05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Sante Fe First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries , Vendors, Food Trucks, Music Sante Fe // 5th Ave to 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 RiNo First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art,Vendors Larimer St // Broadway to Downing
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Dairy Block First Friday Art Walks - 5PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art, Vendors 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Lakewood First Friday Art Walks - 6PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries, Drinks, Music 6501 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214
05/20-05/21 Spring Bazaar - 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages 80+ Vendors, Live DJ, Food Hall Outside Zeppelin Station, 3501 Wazee St #100, Denver, CO 80216
05/27-05/28 Denver Arts Festival - Sa 10AM-6PM, Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages Local Art Conservatory Green, Central Park, 8304 E. 49th Pl. Denver 80216
06/08-06/11 Denver Fringe Festival - Hours Vary $15 (Some FREE Street Performances) All Ages 55+ Shows of Performance Art, Plays, Comedy, Improv, Cabaret, Magic, Dance, Aerial, Immersive Experiences, & More Across 12 Venues RiNo and Five Points Denver
06/10-06/11 Denver Chalk Art Festival - Sa 10AM-10PM; Su 10AM-8PM FREE All Ages Chalk Art on the Street 123 W. 12th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
07/01-07/03 Cherry Creek Arts Festival Sa-Su 10AM-8PM; M 10AM-6PM FREE All Ages Art Vendors Cherry Creek North, 2401 E 2nd Ave #150, Denver, CO 80206
07/22-07/23 Cheeseman Park Art Festival – 9AM-5PM FREE All Ages 150+ Artists, Live Music, Food & Drinks Cheeseman Park, 1599 East 8th Avenue, Denver CO 80218
05/14, 05/22, 06/11, 06/25; 07/09, 07/23, 08/13, 08/27 Thrift Pop – 12PM-5PM FREE All Ages Vintage Clothing, Thrifting, Collectibles Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO

Other Festivals

05/18-05/21 Somebody’s Friend Movement and Music Festival – Times Vary FREE All Ages Dance and Live Music Festival Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO
05/20 Rocky Mountain Tree Festival – 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages Live Music, Art Vendors; All Funds Go to Planting Trees New Terrain Brewing Co, 16401 Table Mountain Pkwy, Golden, CO
05/12; 06/04; 07/09; 08/06 !Viva! Streets – 8AM-2PM FREE 3.5 Miles of Car Free Streets; Food; Crafts Broadway, Denver From Alameda to 20th
06/10-06/11 Unicorn Festival – 10AM-5PM $25 All Things Fairy and Unicorn Including the Unicorns Themselves Clement Park, 7306 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123
06/10-06/11 Big Gear Show – Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-4PM FREE Outdoor Goods Consumer Show Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
06/30-07/02 Fan Expo – F 4PM-9PM; Sa 10AM-7PM; Su 10AM-5PM $38-$58 / Day; $90 3-Day Pass All Ages Convention for Fans of Comics, Sci F, Horror, Anime, Gaming Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
07/15-07/16 Lavender Festival – 9AM-5PM $13 Adults, $11 Seniors, $9 Children All Ages Lavender Fields, Artists, Live Music, Demonstrationsof Dye Garden and Blacksmith ShopDenver Botanic Gardens - Chatfield Farms, 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton, CO 80128

Farmers Markets

Saturdays List of Farmers Markets


Free Outdoor Concerts
Outside Paid Venues
Paid Indoor Venues
Concert Lists (by Genre, Search, Etc)

Parks / Nature

National Parks
State Parks
City Parks

Water Activities

Splash Parks
Water Parks


Theme Parks / Roller Coasters
Themed Festivals

Outdoor Movies

Local Projections
Drive Ins

Theatre / Opera / Symphony Shows

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Big Performing Arts Complex with Several Auditoriums for Plays, Concerts, Symphonies, Shows, and More 1350 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202
Miners Alley Playhouse Local Children’s Theatre 1224 Washington Ave, Golden, CO 80401
Adams Mystery Playhouse Full-time Murder Mystery Theatre 2406 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities Local Playhouse for Concerts and Plays 6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80003
Vintage Theatre Local Play House Specializing in Revival and Contemporary Musicals and Play 1468 Dayton St, Aurora, CO 80010
Firehouse Theatre Company at The John Hand Theatre Performance Art Group 7653 E 1st Pl, Denver, CO 80230
Curious Theatre Company Cutting Edge Theatre 1080 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204
06/11-08/13 Colorado Shakespeare Festival Prices Vary; $18 For Standard Bundle **Festival Showing Many of Shakespeare’s Plays Over a Few Weeks 972 Broadway, Boulder, CO, 80302
Theatres Without Current Shows That You Should Still Keep an Eye On
The Source Theatre Company Local Performing Arts Theatre 721 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
Lone Tree Arts Center Contemporary Center Which Hosts Plays, Concerts, and Events 10075 Commons St, Lone Tree, CO 80124
Cherry Creek Theatre Performance Art Center 350 S Dahlia St, Denver, CO 80246

Dance / Performance Art / Burlesque / Etc

05/18-06/04 Strange Natures - TH-Su 7PM $20 Immersive Dance Theatre Show 1801 Brentwood St., Lakewood, CO 80214
07/05-08/13 Cirque du Soleil: Kooza - 7:30PM $54- $64 All Ages Circus and Gymnastics Show Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO 80202
07/06-07/08 Colorado Burlesque Festival - 7PM-10PM $25- $35 / Day, $75 / Weekend 18+ Burlesque, Drag, Aerial, & Variet Performance Reelworks, 1399 35th St, Denver, CO
• 07/02 -07/31– Central City Opera’s 2022 Festival – (Opera and Theatre) – Central City Opera House

Museums / Exhibits / Gardens

Science / Nature

Things to Do Year Round

WIP of Places to Eat, Drink, and Have Fun Around Downtown I'm still building this. Please let me know if you have anything to add or change!
Eat Around the World in Denver Join us over at /denverfood where we're trying to make a list of restaurants that represent each of the world's countries all in the larger Denver area!

Other Resources

General Compilations
Mile High on the Cheap
303 Magazine Events Calendar Events Schedule
Denver-Co Events
Vesta Events
Metro Denver
Dairy Block Event Calendar 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
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2023.05.23 05:32 ArchDukeNemesis Full line up for Milwaukee Metalfest. May 26th-28th.

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2023.05.21 19:07 hmack1998 I like this almost decade old map on the red line today

I like this almost decade old map on the red line today
Assembly isn’t yet a station, government center is under construction, commuter rail still went to Plymouth
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2023.05.19 20:24 Shwizzler Got my first road bike 3 weeks ago, longest ride yet! (29.7 miles) Surprised how "easy" it feels when I'm done

Got my first road bike 3 weeks ago, longest ride yet! (29.7 miles) Surprised how submitted by Shwizzler to Strava [link] [comments]

2023.05.17 22:42 FluffyControl2362 Portland, Oregon meet up. It’s on!!!! June 3rd at 3pm. 45.51152° N, 122.59492° W at mount tabor above the main reservoir

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2023.05.17 20:10 skyscrapercityMC What happened to the plan to extend E to Springfield BLVD?

What happened to the plan to extend E to Springfield BLVD?
This seems like a really underdiscussed potential expansion project that I'd argue is one of the lowest hanging fruit and likely has one of the best cost/rider benefits. It's really disappointing to see MTA seriously consider projects like W to Red Hook in their 2025-2044 capital projects thing but not this.
Credit to Calcagno Maps for making this map showing the route.
For some background, this was originally supposed to be part of the larger 1980s Queens Super-Express project that never fully materialized. The original plan would've had the E run all the way to Springfield BLVD, taking over the LIRR ROW after Jamacia Center. Far Rockaway and Long Beach LIRR trains would run via the parallel West-Hempstead Branch. In the end, the line was only extended as far as Jamacia Center.
Despite this, tail tracks exist basically all the way up to where the portal would've been, and many have reported seeing the portal under construction from the LIRR only for it to be later sealed up. If one looks on google maps, they can see subway grates.
Blue is roughly where the tunnel is; red are visible subway grates. As you can see it literally goes right up to the LIRR ROW.
This project would have several benefits. Firstly, it'd obviously serve a HUGE transit desert that has the density to justify a high capacity subway line, and take the load off some very busy busses. It would allow for the E to run more tph through Archer Av; because Jamacia Center wasn't intended to be a terminal it can only turn 12tph at best. A new yard would be created at the abandoned Gwen Ifill Park, which would free up Jamacia Yard, particuarly so Broadway locals to have better yard access. It could also allow for another connection to JFK.
And literally all the hard infrastructure is there; the MTA already has the ROW and the tunnel; the portal would just have to be unsealed and reconstructed, the ROW converted from LIRR to Subway, and the construction of infill stations where wanted. Since most of the work is superficial things and not physically drilling tunnels and stuff, the cost could probably kept to 2 billion at most, even with "MTA-flation"
It frankly makes me angry that the MTA half-finished the line in the 80s and ever since hasn't said a peep; no studies or anything investigating finishing the line; it feels as if they've just forgotten the plan ever existed. At least with the 63rd St line they investigated several options before eventually connecting it to QBLVD to best use what they had started constructing. To some degree, I think they have a duty to at least investigate how to improve Jamacia Center Terminal because 12tph is really bad. Again, I believe this is the lowest hanging expansion project they have that would have a ton of clear benefits, but for whatever reason stuff like Utica Av and Queenslink always seem to suck the oxygen in the subway community.
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2023.05.16 03:26 bit4989 💯신뢰의 바이낸스 차트. 📳간단한 인증 절차. 〽찾아보기 힘든 레버리지 구조. 🇰🇷한국어지원. 💹지금 바로 도전하세요!! ➡ 💙임대/레퍼럴 문의 ➡ 텔레그램💜 : @bns1042

💯신뢰의 바이낸스 차트. 📳간단한 인증 절차. 〽찾아보기 힘든 레버리지 구조. 🇰🇷한국어지원. 💹지금 바로 도전하세요!! ➡ 💙임대/레퍼럴 문의 ➡ 텔레그램💜 : @bns1042 submitted by bit4989 to u/bit4989 [link] [comments]

2023.05.15 22:32 Ryv0n Awareness

My mother got into a horrible accident on the early morning of Sunday on pontiac avenue.
She’s a safe driver. The safest driver I’ve ever known and some idiot had to come in speeding and crash into the front of her car.
Her and her passenger came out injured but she had it the worst with a deep open gash on her leg and a bruised wrist, while the passenger had some minor head trauma and a bruised eye. They were both rushed to a hospital as soon as possible.
They’re still alive and breathing thanks to whatever God there is above. If I could attach a video of the aftermath I will. Her car is totaled along with the other car.
Don’t drink and drive. Follow traffic laws, I don’t care what time of day it is and if the road looks clear. No mother should have to go through this. Especially not on mother’s day.
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2023.05.12 14:53 takicheese Lag got so bad, Sage wanted to end it

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2023.05.12 06:08 cymikelee Updated: RTA-Style Chicagoland Bike Map

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2023.05.10 17:40 MarkRedster Advice on which private loans to take out.

Hello. I apologize if this message has been posted here too many times to count. To make a long story short the university’s I attended is threatening to withhold my diploma and graduation if I don’t pay my remaining balance. I am looking at a range of private loans which all seem to suck equally. I’m not sure if there’s a lesser of many evils here however if anybody here has any advice at all of the listed options below I would greatly appreciate your input. The loans available to me are MEFA, custom choice, college Ave, sofi, RISLA, Citizens, AAA. I am not sure what the best option is as I need this to pay off my last semester in the matter of a few days. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
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2023.05.09 23:19 6371PartyPlayers New Jersey City Gang Sets

Jersey City Gang Sets
No Gangs around Section 8 housing main offices. No fake racist ass racial damage/racial prejudice gangs.
[Greenville](Hoover 52 Crips)-JFK/Ocean Ave-Neptune/Dan Forth
(464 Mob Piru)- JFK/Old Bergen Rd & Pamrapo Ave/Ruby Brown
(464 Mob Piru)- Stegman St/Woodlawn Ave &Bergen Ave/Ocean Ave
(Almighty Familia Stones/ Corner Familia Stones) Ruckus Lane
Ocean Ave/Rutgers Ave -Van Nostrand Ave/Warner Ave
(Almighty Familia Stones/ Corner Familia Stones) D.A.L Dwight Avenue Lane
Wegman Parkway/Dwight Ave
Garfield Ave& Ocean Ave
(Almighty Familia Stones/ Corner Familia Stones) C.F.B
Claremont Field Boys
Bramhall Ave/Claremont Ave-Garfield Ave & Ocean Ave
[Lincoln Park]
(Fruit Town Brims- United Blood Nation-Gangster Bloods)-Grand St, Barbara PL,
Pacific Ave, Carbon St, & Johnston Ave
[McGinley Sq.](464 Mob Piru)
JFK BLVD/Summit Ave & Jewett Ave/Harrison Ave
[ALKQN] Franklin St/Reservoir Ave- Central Ave/Palisade Ave
-(Sex, Money, Murder-United Blood Nation-Gangster Bloods)
Central Ave/Palisade Ave& Waverly St & Fleet St
[The Heights] (Neighborhood Rollin 60s Crips)- Paterson St/Griffith St &
(Neighborhood Rollin 30s Crips)- Graham St/Leonard St- JFK/North St & Webster
(Four Trey Gangster Crips)- South St/Franklin St & Central Ave/Palisade Ave
(Kitchen Crips) (Leonard Nelson Hood)(L.N.H) -Leonard St/Thorne St & Nelson Ave
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2023.05.08 23:46 LeemansPaleAle Strange helicopter on Flight radar over Calgary?

Strange helicopter on Flight radar over Calgary?
Had a fairly loud helicopter go over my house so I checked flight radar and noticed an odd county of origin.
It says it is from the San Diego Count Sheriff’s department.
Wondering if anyone knows why it would be flying in Calgary? Could it be related to the wildfires?
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2023.05.03 02:11 senor_roboto Google bike directions sends you down the hill and turning onto trolley tracks

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2023.04.29 23:42 ehl_claw Small haul from the SDMRM swap meet today but I'm really excited for the kits I found.

Small haul from the SDMRM swap meet today but I'm really excited for the kits I found. submitted by ehl_claw to modeltrains [link] [comments]

2023.04.29 15:03 seannestor This Week in Toledo 4/29/23

This Week in Toledo 4/29/23
• Last Sunday (April 23), Senior Pastor of Epworth United Methodist Church Stephen Swisher announced he is resigning to take an unspecified job in another state. He claims his resignation is unrelated to ongoing controversy surrounding the termination of Jane Lyon, former director of Epworth Preschool, in early March.

• On Monday, McLaren, parent company of St. Luke's Hospital, announced that the hospital itself will close on May 8 at 5 p.m., one week earlier than previously announced, in order to allow for more time to decommission equipment and move medical records.

• Also on Monday, the University of Toledo announced a 540-kilowatt expansion of its existing solar array at Arlington and Main Technology Drive. When the $530,000 installation is completed later this year, it will produce 900 kilowatts total, saving the University an estimated $70,000/year.

• In further Monday news, the Toledo Zoo announced plans to construct ten new greenhouses in collaboration with Bowling Green State University to expand its Wild Toledo initiative, which grows native plants for sale and promotes prairie development and plant conservation.

• On Tuesday, Toledo City Council heard a proposal to allocate $35,000 toward establishing compost drop off sites throughout the city in collaboration with GoZERO, Keep Toledo/Lucas County Beautiful, and Metroparks Toledo. Council also heard proposals to repeal a section of Toledo Municipal Code prohibiting children from playing ball in the streets; commit $300,000 to improving tennis courts at Cass Ryan, Copland, Ottawa, and Trilby Parks and installing four pickleball courts at Jermain Park; and a proposal to establish new policies designed to make it easier for women- and minority-owned businesses to obtain contracts with the city.

• Also on Tuesday, the Toledo Public School Board unanimously approved providing $9,898,782 to Crestline Paving & Excavating to renovate its transportation hub. This renovation will enable the district to establish a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) vocational training program for students near Rogers High School.

• In further Tuesday news, officials with the Cleveland-Cliffs hot briquette iron plant in East Toledo announced that they are two weeks away from completing the development of an 11-acre wetland area around its facility. The wetland development cost $1.8 million which was provided by the State of Ohio's H2Ohio program.

• O-I Glass published first quarter financial reports on Tuesday which revealed significantly higher performance than expected. Net sales were $1.8 billion, up from $1.7 billion from 1Q 2022, and segment operating profit was $398 million, up from $231 million from 1Q 2022.

• On Wednesday, the Metroparks Toledo board voted on several matters related to the development of the Glass City Metropark in East Toledo. These include hiring Buehrer Group to develop four nautical-themed cabins as part of an urban campground; hiring Tetra Tech to design a one-mile stretch of the Glass City Riverwalk through the historic Vistula neighborhood; and hiring Chilly Rodriguez and Dean Davis to paint murals on the pedestrian bridge over Front Street.

• Also on Wednesday, the Regional Water Commission heard plans to purchase a 135-acre farm at Corduroy and Wynn roads in Oregon, Ohio to be the site of a $100 million backup reservoir that could hold up to 15 days of water for the entire regional water system. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) recently pushed back a requirement that such a reservoir be built from 2029 to 2044.

• In further Wednesday news, University of Toledo trustees were told at a Finance Committee meeting that the University is projecting a $13.7 million deficit by December due to declining enrollment, installation of a new electronic medical records system, and spending more than they bring in. At the same meeting, the trustees voted to create two new degree programs - an online master's degree in cosmetic science and a bachelor's degree in cyber security.

• On Thursday, Sinclair Broadcasting announced that local newscasts on WNWO, aka NBC24, would cease on May 15. Since 2017, the newscasts have been repeated from a sister station in South Bend, Indiana. Local programming will be replaced with The National Desk, a national news program that allows local news cut-ins.

• The Bedford Hills Golf Club (6400 Jackman Road) in nearby Temperance, Michigan was recently sold to Uncle John's Pancake House owner Sal Tubeileh for $3.6 million. The prior owner of the golf club donated it to the Greater Toledo Community Foundation, which subsequently placed it on the market, with all proceeds going to fund community programs.

• The Arts Commission is now accepting applications through May 22 for the first cycle of its annual Accelerator Grant program, which provide up to $1500 to local artists to advance their creative projects. For more information, visit

• On Saturday (April 29) from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., Metroparks Toledo will "take over" the Main branch library (325 N. Michigan Street) in downtown Toledo. Skill sessions on archery, disc golf, rock climbing, and more will be available at no cost to the public. For more information, visit

• Also on Saturday (April 29), Akron-based Curtains! will open a new performance space in the basement of the Spaghetti Warehouse restaurant in downtown Toledo, where mystery dinner theater events will be held twice a month.

• Next Wednesday (May 3) at 9 a.m., the "Wednesday Walkers" program at Woodlawn Cemetery (1502 Central Ave.) will return. Participants will take a two-mile walk around the cemetery with tour guides highlighting unique trees along the way.

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News sources: The Blade
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