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Most popular mobile game in the USA announced

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Most popular mobile game in the USA announced as industry continues to soar When the World Wide Web first opened for business on August 6, 1991, everyone was excited about the possibilities that it could bring. As the internet became more popular and more advanced, more and more opportunities opened to the world. Now it’s the basis for almost everything, from work to entertainment and beyond. With the internet also came online gaming, an industry that has continued to adapt and improve with technology, which had an impact on almost every other form of gaming. Now there’s a new rising powerhouse on the gaming scene: mobile gaming. With increasingly powerful mobile devices which possess as many functions as your standard PC these days, came the need to access the all-important internet. First Wi-Fi made internet accessible to devices not plugged into an Ethernet cable within a home, but then the mobile internet became possible, opening the internet up to anyone, anywhere. Thus online gaming became available on the go. Now there are games exclusive to mobile devices, apps to play alongside online games played on consoles, and even the ability to play online casino games and place sports bets. Rise of …

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Hawaii’s Big Island: A place of Epic Adventures

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I’ve spent quite a bit of time in Hawaii, but mainly it’s been on the very popular island of Oahu. And I definitely can’t say anything bad about the place – it’s absolutely magical in every way. I’ve done everything from skydiving Oahu and hopping on a helicopter without any doors to checking out the awesome local breweries and making a ton of new friends. Heck, I even once landed a stay at Turtle Bay Resort – yep, exactly where Forgetting Sarah Marshall was filmed.

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Keeping On Top of The Weather Is Easy With The Right Equipment

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Imagine being able to know inclement weather is on the way, even before the meteorologists. The right equipment will go a long way to keeping you and your family safe. With the proper equipment from Earth Networks, you will be able to know when you should seek shelter, and when to keep your outdoor plans.

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Documentary “13th” Screening Dec 4th 2017

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On Monday, December 4th, at 6:30 PM, CJJ/West and the ACLU of North Carolina’s Western NC Chapter will be co-sponsoring the screening of “13th,” a documentary by filmmaker Ava DuVernay, at the Altamont Theatre, 13 Church Street in Asheville.

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Asheville Taxi Co. obtains “Uber Permit”

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Asheville Taxi Co., a local car service, has obtained a permit from the State of North Carolina to operate as a Transportation Network Company, also known as a “Rideshare” like multinationals Uber and Lyft. Passengers looking for a ride hail drivers in their own private vehicles through a smartphone app on their Android or iPhone device, are taken to their destination, and pay by credit card linked to their accounts. No cash or credit card present is necessary and a receipt showing the trip details is automatically emailed to the passenger and driver. TNCs have quickly become popular alternatives to traditional taxis and for hire car services due to their convenience and efficient service.

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10 Tips To Vacation Like The Locals In Hawaii

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Hawaiians vary. Some might be living in Hawaii mansions near the mountains while others might prefer a condo with a view of the ocean. Some are of Asian descent while others have family lines tracing back to the noble families of Hawaiian aristocracy. What they all have in common is they are all locals and can easily pick out the tourist, which is you. If you want to fit in with a local, these ten tips will definitely help you blend in.

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A Winter’s Tail at WNC Nature Center Dec 2nd 2017

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On Saturday, December 2nd the WNC Nature Center will host their annual holiday celebration, A Winter’s Tail from 10am-4pm. There will be festive crafts, games and of course, animal programs.

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Cary Cooper, CD Release Concert Benefit for Arts Program at The Franklin School of Innovation

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Cary Cooper, national award-winning songwriter and captivating performer, will release her newest CD, “Case of the Hopefuls” at the Altamont Theatre in Asheville, NC on November 30, 2017.  The concert, which benefits the Arts program at The Franklin School of Innovation (FSI), will also include songwriting students and the FSI High School Chorus.

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New Mural Project on Depot Street

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Pink Dog Creative is pleased to announce a new mural on its’ containers across the street from 342 Depot St. in the River Arts District.

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Portland’s Bazi Bierbrasserie Joins Thirsty Monk Family

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Bazi Bierbrasserie (1522 SE 32nd Avenue), Portland’s premiere Belgian and European beer bar announced today its plan to join the Thirsty Monk, Inc. family of breweries and pubs.

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