Large hail ‘bombings’ in southeastern Germany

Hail of up to 6 cm “bombed” parts of the Bavaria region in southeastern Germany on Monday June 27, according to reports. Sturmjägergruppe Unwetter-Freaks said this video was taken in Nußdorf am Inn, southeast of Munich, near Germany’s border with Austria, on Monday afternoon. According to local media, a couple was struck by lightning in … Read more

San Antonio trailer deaths: 50 immigrants believed to have died after being found inside a truck, official says

Saint Anthony CNN — Fifty immigrants are believed to have died after they and others were found in stifling conditions in a truck in San Antonio, a federal law enforcement official said Tuesday, in a scene the mayor called a “horrible human tragedy.” The death toll, given by the city’s fire chief on Monday at … Read more

First Look: Deakin and Me

Published in June 28, 2022 Now open in Deakin’s Geils Court is Deakin & Me, a cafe that celebrates good food, good coffee and most importantly good people. Run by local chef Zachary Calway together with renowned Canberra coffee magnate Wally Rao (founder of EQ Café & Lounge and several other local cafes), Deakin and … Read more

Toronto Mall Parking Lot Transforms Into Outdoor Festival With Huge Courtyard

Patio season is back in full swing in Toronto, and the city is about to get a substantial addition to its outdoor dining portfolio as CF Sherway Gardens prepares for the return of the mall’s huge annual summer destination. . Opening June 30, The Lot at CF Sherway Gardens transforms the mall’s west parking lot … Read more

Daily Poll: Should Vancouver’s Park Board Spend $140 Million on a Pool?

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news The decision comes as politicians feel pressured to make high-dollar capital project decisions during tough times. Vancouver Aquatic Center in Vancouver, BC, June 27, 2022. Photo by Arlen Redekop /PNG article content On Monday night, the Vancouver Park Board voted to spend $140 million on the first phase of … Read more