Live music returns to Mohegan Sun Arena – NBC Connecticut

Live music is back at Mohegan Sun Arena starting this Sunday. The arena opened its doors for its first public concert since the winter of 2020 with health and safety measures, including certain limitations on the catering service. Mohegan Sun Arena was open in a limited capacity for private events …

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Belgium flood death toll rises to 31, World News

The number of Belgian residents whose deaths have been confirmed has risen to 31. The devastating floods continue to affect several European countries. Authorities have said they are calling for an end to the rescue operations. “There is no longer any immediate danger in the affected areas,” the country’s crisis …

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Qualitative analysis of key players and competitive industry scenario, 2026

The business intelligence report on Weight Management Market Thoroughly assesses the previous and current business scenario to provide a conclusive insight into the growth pattern of the industry over the period 2021-2026. In addition, it includes a detailed account of the sizes and shares of markets and submarkets, with an …

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Levin talks about the rise of “American Marxism”: appeals to “people who do not take responsibility for their own lives”

On this week’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” show, host Mark Levin was interviewed by “Fox & Friends Weekend” host Pete Hegseth about his new book “American Marxism” and how whose book serves as a warning about what might happen. President Joe Biden and the Democratic majority in Congress. Levin, former …

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Britney Spears threatens to quit music industry as she responds to criticism

American singer Britney Spears is once again speaking out against her tutelage. Turning to her Instagram with a long post, the Toxic The singer, 39, opened up about her criticism when sharing a photo that read: “Take me as I am or kiss my [expletive] [expletive] and walk on Legos …

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Coronavirus: What’s Happening in Canada and Around the World on Saturday

The last: After falling behind its neighbor in the first few months of its COVID-19 vaccination rollout, Canada has now passed the United States in per capita vaccination. According to CBC’s vaccine tracking system, 48.48 percent of Canadians are now fully immunized, while 69.48 percent have received at least one …

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A major effect of coffee on weight loss, according to a dietitian

It’s the most drunk drink in the world after water, and it’s no wonder that so many of us love it: it’s true, it’s coffee. In addition to the recent discovery of the link between coffee and liver health, and the even more recent study which suggests that coffee may …

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‘Music Under the Stars’ 2021 Presents Hunterdon Harmonizers

TOWNSHIP OF READINGTON – The Hunterdon Harmonizers will perform in the annual “Music Under the Stars” concert series on July 22. The event was canceled last year due to the pandemic. “We are delighted to participate,” said Rusty Williams, one of the Hunterdon Harmonizers. The show will take place at …

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youth killed during protests against Iran’s water crisis | World news

DUBAI (Reuters) – A young man was shot dead on a second night of protests over water shortages in southwest Iran, a local official said on Saturday, accusing armed protesters of being in the origin of the shooting, the official IRNA news agency reported. Iran faces its worst drought in …

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