When Can You Transfer A WoW Classic Character To An Era Realm?


World of Warcraft Classic players will soon have the choice to transfer into Classic Era servers that never progress into The Burning Crusade.

Players of World of Warcraft Classic are about to face a difficult choice in terms of how nostalgic they want their MMORPG experience to be. Blizzard has gone through all the content of the original edition of its blockbuster online game, and that means progressing into the

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Stringer wants stimulus cash to pay for free summer camps, youth jobs

Mayoral candidate and City Comptroller Scott Stringer is proposing the city make day camps and other recreational activities free this summer through federal stimulus money that’s expected to flow here in the coming weeks.

Stringer, who announced the proposal as part one of his “Summer in the City” plan Monday afternoon, is also calling for the city to expand its summer youth employment program and launch a volunteer Tutoring Corps

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Progressive Organizer Odessa Kelly To Challenge Conservative Tennessee Democrat

Nashville community organizer Odessa Kelly announced on Monday that she is mounting a progressive primary challenge against Rep. Jim Cooper, a veteran Tennessee Democrat with a history of fiscally conservative votes.

“We need more pathways out of poverty, and the status quo is no longer good enough,” Kelly, a co-founder and executive director of the liberal group Stand Up Nashville, said in a statement. “I know how to build

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Levelling-up ambitions make way for a levelling down as London takes a hit

This comes despite it having the biggest proportion on furlough at more than 17pc of eligible workers, compared to the national average of just over 15pc, according to HMRC.

A report commissioned by London Councils predicts unemployment in the capital could hit 9.4pc by the year’s end, after furlough ends. “This crisis is particularly affecting job-rich, youth-friendly industries like hospitality, retail and tourism,” says Tony Wilson at the Institute of

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Summer Rec. Program Registration for Grades K-5 Begins Monday, April 5

BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ As of 8:30 a.m. on Monday, April 5, online and in-person registration will begin for Bernards Township’s popular summer recreation program for grades K-5. There will be three program locations this year, at Southard Park, Pleasant Valley Park and Dunham Park.

The program is scheduled to be held daily from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for six weeks, from Monday through Friday, from June 21 through 

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Mountain Rec survey lays groundwork for potential big ask

The Eagle Pool is one of the most popular spots in town every summer, but the facility is now 18 years old and in need of large-scale improvements. That is one of the projects Mountain Recreation Metropolitan District is contemplating, and local residents will have a chance to weigh in on that plan in a survey effort that is launching this week.
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