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We've compiled a list of the five best events that are happening this weekend, just for you: Fuzic Every fourth Friday, DJ Fuze best known for being a member of seminal Oakland hip-hop group Digital Underground takes over the sound system at Era Art
The unofficial day has been noted for the past four years by writer Craig Calcaterra of NBC Sports, who this week posted that "We celebrate April 15 as Jackie Robinson day for obvious reasons. I feel like we should celebrate July 21 as Pumpsie Green
The sky above Naperville's Frontier Sports Complex was filled Sunday with kites of all shapes and sizes -- from small Spider-Man kites to gigantic streamers that nearly blotted out the sun. That variety is one of the things that makes the Frontier
Hundreds of kites filled the skies, with even more people filling the beach below them...This year, a festival organizer Garrett Haworth said Morro bay is seeing more people participate than ever before. He said the event is fun for the whole family.
The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and all a visitor needs to bring are their kites and kin, say organizers...Families can bring a picnic lunch to enjoy while watching the kites...Lynch Canyon's annual kite festival is the legacy of its
07 editor Muni Siripa Kendraya is a unique nongovernmental organization...I had the privilege of attending their latest project ' the National Kite festival at the Galle face Green, Colombo on the 23rd of March 2014...Hakmana Nandaloka as Chair, Mr.
Dozens of kites filled the sky above Livingston Middle School for much of the day Sunday during the third annual Livingston Kite Festival. Several members of the Bravo family of Merced took turns flying a dragon-shaped kite, their necks craned upward.
Carl Gilchrist, Gleaner Writer It's literally that time of year again when you go fly a kite. Residents in St Ann are gearing up for this as the Melrose Farm Family Fun Day and Kite Festival, staged annually in Claremont, is celebrating a record 17
It's time to fly again, as the Livingston Kite Festival comes to Livingston Middle School, 101 F St., on Sunday. The third annual event is known to attract 4,000 people, who come carrying brightly colored kites of all sizes...The first 500 children
Commentary March 22 marked the 24th anniversary of an event dear to Mary Poppin's heart: Art with an Altitude Kite Festival at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. This was my first time attending the festival, and the experience taught me a lot about