The Arcade Classic Enters a New Era

The latest titles from Arcade1Up has been long requested by fans of the fighting genre, finally packing many iconic titles in one cabinet with the Marvel Vs. Capcom and X-Men vs. Street Fighter releases. With two cabinets with their own unique designs for each release as well as its own exclusive titles, fans can choose which cabinet they’d prefer while still enjoying the best options from each. Tastemakers LLC provided

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El Paso County restaurants among businesses eligible for latest batch of COVID-19 financial relief | Colorado Springs News

Small-business owners in El Paso County could have a lifeline tossed their way thanks to a new grant program, a county news release announced.

El Paso County is working with the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments to disperse funding locally after the state Legislature passed a Senate bill devoting money to COVID-19 relief for small businesses.

The grant program, known as the 2021 Pikes Peak Small Business COVID-19 Relief

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Coronavirus & Unemployment: U.S. Lost 140,000 Jobs in December

A woman reads a sign at a closed store during the coronavirus in Brooklyn, N.Y., October 9, 2020. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)

The economic rebound floundered in December as coronavirus numbers ticked up again and government stimulus aid began to run out.

The U.S. lost 140,000 jobs during the last month of 2020, the first decline in employment since April when a staggering 20.8 million jobs were lost as businesses shuttered and

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The Best Games Of 2020 You Might Have Missed

As we look back on 2020, it’s pretty clear that it’s going to go down in history as one of the worst years we’ve gone through as a generation so far. And in a year as frightening, bizarre, and uncertain as 2020, games easily become a refuge for many – be they seasoned gamers or first-time players that first got the opportunity to pick up a controller as a way

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Skiers Want To Ski, And Ski Resorts Are Obliging

Prior to the start of this year’s ski season, which began for many resorts in early December, questions lingered throughout the ski industry concerning just how many people would come to the slopes considering the current environment. From all reports, those questions have been answered emphatically. People want to ski, and they have been packing the resorts while at the same

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Northfield Center building destroyed by fire had been ‘Helltown’ attraction

Eric Marotta
| Akron Beacon Journal

The empty, two-story house off Stanford Road in Northfield Center had once been the destination for thrill seekers following the legend of haunted “Helltown,” until the owner had it moved to avoid having it condemned by the county.

Now investigators are attempting to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed the home, which has sat empty since it was moved to Twinsburg Road

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WSDOT says high volume of winter recreation along shoulders and ramps of Snoqualmie Pass creating a ‘very dangerous’ situation | Columbia Basin

Washington’s Department of Transportation says it has some safety hazards on its hands as people crowd near the shoulders and ramps of Snoqualmie Pass on I-90. The state says its seeing an extraordinary amount of people engaging in winter recreation due to the pandemic. 

“On multiple mountain pass roadways, ramps and interchanges across the state, we’re seeing vehicles parking along shoulders when parking lots or other areas fill up. This

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How Will Our Homes Adapt to a Post-COVID World?

Photo credit: Illustration by Leonie Bos
Photo credit: Illustration by Leonie Bos

From ELLE Decor

In the months since the COVID-19 pandemic began wreaking havoc on our way of life, it’s become clear that things may not return to the way they were. And that’s not a bad thing. Residential design has always evolved during times of crisis, meeting the demands of the moment. Here, the experts forecast how our homes will change after the dust

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Chris Christie returning to WFAN as part of Craig Carton’s gambling addiction show

Chris Christie is going back on the air.

The former governor will be a “regular contributor” to friend and WFAN drivetime voice Craig Carton’s new weekend show focused on gambling addiction and responsible gaming, according to a press release. Christie famously moonlighted as a guest host on the sports talk station and was briefly considered a potential replacement for Mike Francesa prior to his first retirement.

Carton will host the

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