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Boston working to expand bike-share program, add more lanes

In Biking | on February, 29, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Boston working to expand bike-share program, add more lanesNews from Boston.com: By Johanna Kaiser, Town Correspondent Boston’s biking initiative is increasing the number of bicyclists across the city and improving safety for new and seasoned riders alike, according to city officials. “As a city we just started to get it four years ago,” Michael Kineavy, […]

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Trout Fishing at Two Rivers

In Fishing | on February, 29, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Trout Fishing at Two RiversNews from WOWT: Font Size: The trout lake at Two Rivers State Recreation Area (SRA) will open March 10 for family fishing this spring. All trout caught in the lake must be harvested and not released. Anglers must first purchase from the park office a daily trout tag for $ 4. […]

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Brighton climber tells of miracle escape from Ben Nevis

In Climbing | on February, 28, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Brighton climber tells of miracle escape from Ben NevisNews from The Argus: Brighton climber tells of miracle escape from Ben Nevis 5:41pm Tuesday 28th February 2012 in News Matthew Medway-Gash Buy this photo » A climber has told of his miracle escape from a freezing mountain – on the same day a fellow hiker fell […]

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Occupy Boise Protest Continues Despite Camping Ban

In Camping | on February, 28, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Occupy Boise Protest Continues Despite Camping BanNews from Boise State Public Radio:  Forward To A Friend    Font Resizer: [  Photo: Scott Ki/BSPR BOISE, ID – National Park Service officials cleared out Occupy D.C. earlier this month.  Only a few tents stand there now as part of 24-hour vigils.  Camping, sleeping, and cooking are banned.  Something similar […]

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Restaurant owners gear up for outdoor seating season

In Outdoor Gear | on February, 28, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Restaurant owners gear up for outdoor seating seasonNews from Iowa City Press Citizen: Some local restaurant owners are rushing to capitalize on the first sunny days of the season by setting up their outdoor seating areas. The Iowa City Council already has approved a handful of permits for early birds looking to get their outdoor […]

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Leaser Lake fishing set to reopen in 2014

In Fishing | on February, 28, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Leaser Lake fishing set to reopen in 2014News from Allentown Morning Call: The 50-plus people who attended Thursday’s meeting of the Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation met more officials from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission than they probably will meet for the rest of their lives. The PFBC brought out the big guns with Executive […]

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Germany: Nazi Hunter Chosen as Presidential Candidate

In Hunting | on February, 27, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Germany: Nazi Hunter Chosen as Presidential CandidateNews from New York Times: Germany Backs Aid Plan for Greece, but at a Cost to Merkel (February 28, 2012) Times Topic: Germany Beate Klarsfeld, who spent decades fighting fascism and rooting out former Nazis with her husband, will run for president against a former East German rights activist. […]

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Bike riders call on NJ Transit to ease restrictions on bicycles on trains

In Biking | on February, 26, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Bike riders call on NJ Transit to ease restrictions on bicycles on trainsNews from Press of Atlantic City: Posted: Sunday, February 26, 2012 2:39 pm | Updated: 5:52 pm, Sun Feb 26, 2012. NEW BRUNSWICK — Bicycle riders from across the state have called on NJ Transit to reverse its policy about carrying bikes on […]

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Say who? John King wins Camping World

In Camping | on February, 26, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Say who? John King wins Camping WorldNews from AutoWeek: By: Steven Cole Smith on February 25, 2012 John King celebrates his first win at Daytona International Speedway.. Photo by LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC. John King salutes the crowd after winning at Daytona on Friday night. Photo by LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC. John King celebrates in victory lane after winning […]

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Dozens of Iranian Mountain Climbers Arrested for Unknown Reasons

In Climbing | on February, 26, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Dozens of Iranian Mountain Climbers Arrested for Unknown ReasonsNews from Payvand: Source: International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran Sanandaj Police’s Intelligence Unit raided a meeting of mountain climbing group Chel Cheme in the village of Hassan Abad outside Sanandaj and arrested dozens of meeting participants on 17 February, a local human rights activist told […]

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