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    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There’s officially no Minnesota State Fair this summer, so the food parade event has become a hot ticket, and on Friday morning proved pretty hard to get. Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m., but the website frequently didn’t appear to work. State Fair officials said they were experiencing an extremely high volume of people trying to get tickets, but added that they are not sold out yet. Tickets go for $20 per vehicle. The cost of food is in addition to the $20 per car. People that get one will be able to drive through the grounds to 16 different food vendors to buy some of the fair favorites. Fair officials said anyone who was having...
    SPEED cameras are being used by cops and councils to rake in fines rather than stop accidents, the police watchdog revealed. Some locations were said to be chosen because they are "good hunting grounds" for fines while safety camera partnerships stop police using driver education as an alternative. 4Speed cameras are used by cops and councils to rake in fines, the police watchdog said 4Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services called for greater transparency over cameras and revenues. 4Around £230million could have been raised in fines in 2018 It emerged in a report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services which called for greater transparency over cameras and revenues. It said: "Apparent...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Much remains in the air regarding the 2020 NFL season, but if fans are able to watch Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium this fall, attendance will be greatly limited due to the coronavirus pandemic. Based on social distancing guidelines, the team said if fans are allowed to watch the games in-person, capacity would be at fewer than 14,000 fans. The stadium’s normal capacity is 71,008. Season tickets for 2020 will be deferred to 2021, with seat locations protected and the same seats offered in 2021, the team said Wednesday. In addition, credits for money already paid toward 2020 tickets can be refunded or applied to future ticket purchases. Single-game ticket sales are...
    While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced most entertainment industries to go digital, there's a definite bright spot: drive-in movies, where you can quarantine yourself. A couple of old-school drive-ins remain on the Front Range, and they're doing big business right now; a few temporary drive-ins are also popping up. There are also special, one-time events at drive-in venues both impromptu and permanent. At sunset on Wednesday, July 8 (and again on Thursday, July 9), the Denver Mart Drive-In will host a special screening of Accomplice, a new mountain bike film, accompanied by a throwback screening of the ski and snowboard film Anomaly. Doors open at 8 p.m., and tickets are $40 per carload. Find out more here. Where else you...
    What better to do on a grey and drizzly Saturday than visit the cinema - something I’ve missed in our three months of lockdown. As restrictions eased across England yesterday, a handful of venues reopened their doors so I went along to find out what you can expect if you choose to visit the silver screen in our new Covid-19 world. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4There were only a few other people in the auditorium as the Showcase Cinema de Lux at Bluewater shopping centre reopened its doorsCredit: PA:Press Association 4Sun writer Lynsey Hope went back to the cinema on Super Saturday - with screens erected at food stations for safety Of...
    While the Yankees and Mets may very well perform better on the field than the Red Sox in this truncated 2020 season, the New York duo currently trails its neighbor to the north in a vital category: Customer service. The Yankees and Mets both updated their 2020 ticket policies on Wednesday, granting refunds or (their preference) credit for tickets to games scheduled through June. Fans who desire refunds must go through a process to expedite that; if they don’t act, they’ll get credit for future purchases. The Red Sox, however, announced on June 23 — the day commissioner Rob Manfred resolved to unilaterally implement a 60-day schedule — that “(A)ll tickets previously purchased for the 2020 season will no longer...
    Breaking News — Ciudad Real, Jun 30 . .- The director of the Almagro Classical Theater Festival, Ignacio García, has recommended to the spectators that they want to enjoy a show from the 43rd edition of the show “don’t wait to buy your tickets” before the high demand for sales that is being registered. To questions from journalists this Tuesday in Ciudad Real, García acknowledged that the festival’s shows, which this year have been programmed 50% less and that offer 50% of the tickets that are usually put on sale for security reasons health, “virtually all will be filled.” In fact, he commented that ticket sales are going very well, which is why, he insisted, “those who want to...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Steelers say they’ll work with season ticket holders who may be at high-risk if they contract coronavirus. KDKA’s Andy Sheehan reported on fans who do not want to go to games this fall over coronavirus concerns but still want to keep their seats. The Steelers are now saying they won’t cancel those fans’ accounts. The Steelers say they’ve established a process to review circumstances to ensure those who have concerns will have their tickets protected. Tickets for high-risk fans are on hold for the 2021 season without penalty, if approved. The Steelers announced in May that only 50 percent of individual 2020 game tickets will be sold to the public because the team wants to be...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- After months of halting most parking enforcement, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation announced it will resume issuing some parking tickets starting next month.Beginning on July 6, the city will once again start to enforce certain parking rules that were relaxed during L.A.'s "safer-at-home" order prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.The enforcement will apply to the following regulations: Residential street sweeping Rush hour and anti-gridlock zone restrictions Abandoned vehicles (72-hour rule) Expired car registration Loading zones, marked by a white curb, will resume 10-minute grace periods Ticketing will not resume for overnight parking zones and cars with recently expired preferential parking permits.Payments and late payment penalties for existing citations will be delayed until Aug. 1 of this...
    After more than three months of relaxed enforcement during the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles parking officers will resume ticketing drivers on street-sweeping days starting July 6, officials said Friday. Drivers will need to get back into the habit of moving their cars by the scheduled time, or risk a $73 ticket. Officials will also resume ticketing cars with expired tags, and ticketing and towing vehicles that are abandoned or parked in rush-hour zones. With one-quarter of the city out of work, relaxed parking rules were a welcome respite for L.A. residents in crowded neighborhoods where street spaces are at a premium. Parking officers will continue to look the other way on some violations, including bans on oversized...
    Fandango announced on Tuesday that on its site and mobile app it has launched a one-stop guide to safety protocols in over 100 movie theaters chains. The resources will include seating charts at theaters that mark what seats are unavailable due to social distancing. It will also include if you are required to wear a mask at that theater and has a search filter to find reopened theaters in your area. Go to Fandango to see the safety policies listed by theater. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. With all of the biggest movie theater chains in the country reopening next month in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Fandango, the movie ticket site, announced on Tuesday that...
    (CNN)President Donald Trump says almost 1 million people had requested tickets to attend his upcoming rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. But some who have registered for the free event, which is scheduled to take place at a nearly 20,000 seat auditorium next week, say they have no plans to attend.They're trying to troll the President's campaign instead.Mary Jo Laupp, a 51-year-old grandmother living in Fort Dodge, Iowa, appears to have helped led the charge on TikTok late last week when she posted a video encouraging people to go to Trump's website, register to attend the event -- and then not show up."All of those of us that want to see this 19,000 seat auditorium barely filled or completely empty go reserve...
    Here’s some news to melt a few “Frozen” hearts: Anna, Elsa and Olaf are still coming to the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. But not until October 2021. Hennepin Theatre Trust announced Wednesday that Disney’s “Frozen” will play Oct. 7 to Oct. 24, 2021. The musical based on the beloved animated movie was originally scheduled to play this year (May 6-31, 2020) as part of the Bank of America Broadway on Hennepin season at the Orpheum Theatre, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 shutdown. If you bought tickets for “Frozen” from Hennepin Theatre Trust, Broadway Across America, Ticketmaster or the Orpheum, State or Pantages box office, you will be contacted with more information. Due to the rerouting of the tour,...
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Organizers have scrapped plans to mandate social distancing during President Donald Trump’s appearance at a July 3 Mount Rushmore fireworks display and won’t limit the crowd due to coronavirus concerns, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said Thursday. The Republican governor said the National Park Service is dolling out 7,500 tickets via lottery for the event, which marks the first time in a decade that fireworks will be set off at the memorial in recognition of Independence Day. “There will be no better place to celebrate our independence,” Noem said. “We are excited that President Trump will be joining us for this event.” Event organizers did not reduce the number of tickets due to the...