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Latest fitness trend involves aerial workouts

(CNN) – There’s a hot new fitness trend you may have seen. It’s called aerial fitness and it involves hanging from the ceiling like a trapeze artist. 218 more words

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Samsung Will Sell Galaxy Note 7 Again

The phablet Galaxy Note 7 caused a lot of trouble for Samsung. So much so that the Korean company decided to cancel the production and turn all bought devices into “bricks”. 185 more words

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Boom Beach Hack Gratis Transgression Encuestas

Boom Beach is really enjoyable, yet it can also be extremely aggravating if you do not have sufficient Diamonds and various other products. It really is as straightforward as that, the Boom Beach Cheat Device is the most recent launch which is regularly updated to guarantee its always functioning and also running 100% efficiently, much more importantly there”s no individual info to complete, no downloads, no e-mail details, no surveys, no offers and also no bullst!, just pure Boom Coastline pleasure. 570 more words

Purdue pitchers strike out 13 in home loss to Valparaiso

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Purdue Sports) – Brian Ghiselli struck out six consecutive batters and Purdue baseball matched a season-high with 13 Ks as a team, but Valparaiso came up with more timely hits to defeat the Boilermakers 5-1 Wednesday at Alexander Field. 517 more words

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Samsung galaxy S8 & S8 plus the Future Phone

After an unwanted loss from Galaxy note 7 Samsung returns with the latest smartphone in their Galaxy S series, which is modified and it has a body that is edgier than ever. 394 more words

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Purdue improves financial aid process for students

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Purdue University has announced a new partnership that will hopefully make the financial aid process more accessible for students.

CampusLogic is an online platform for students to access their financial aid information and applications. 56 more words

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Council to vote on brick street preservation ordinance

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – An ordinance preserving brick streets in Lafayette is set to go before the council.

As News 18 has been reporting, some residents were concerned after bricks on 6th Street were replaced with asphalt. 55 more words

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