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Jrue Holiday No Longer Wearing Walking Boot But Still Experiencing Pain In Lower Right Leg | Nola.com

PENNINGTON: Dance performance is part of Friday?s Holiday Walk | CentralJersey.com

Holiday said he's expected to meet with the team doctors to figure out the next procedure. Holiday has not played since a Jan. 12 game against the Boston Celtics.While rehabbing during the All-Star break last month, Holiday aggravated the stress reaction injury. Pelicans officials said last week that there is no timetable on Holiday's return, but he would be evaluated in three weeks by the team's medical staff.He wore the walking boot for almost two weeks. ''Right now it's about decreasing pain and swelling,'' Holiday said. ''Again, there is some pain in there. I love not wearing that boot.
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Skiers in cable car drama as storms wreak havoc in Italy - Yahoo News

Throughout the evening, there will be a variety activities for the entire family, including a holiday dance performance at 6:45 p.m. at the Trenton Cyrus Lodge at 35 Burd St. The Wallaby Tales Traveling Zoo will bring a presentation to the Pennington Library at 7 p.m. For teens, the Youth Activity Center at the YMCA (62 S. Main St.) and the Teen Coffee House in Morrell Hall at Pennington Methodist Church will be open from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Throughout the evening, the shops and restaurants of Pennington will be open for shopping, dining and a few holiday surprises.
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The Ciampinoi cable car in the popular Val Gardena resort ground to a halt after a huge tree was blown over onto the cable, local officials said. Amid fears the cable could snap at any moment, mountain rescue experts and firefighters were lowered on to the cabins from helicopters. They then quickly evacuated the terrified skiers from around 20 different cabins using ropes and succeeded in getting everyone off without any serious injuries. The drama came as stormy weather caused havoc across much of northern Italy and claimed at least two lives. A woman was crushed by a falling tree in Urbino in the Emilia Romagna region while a man died behind the wheel of his car when it was hit by a rockfall near Lucca in Tuscany. Winds of up to 180 kilometres (112 miles) an hour tore through the Riviera region of Liguria. In the port city of Genoa local authorities closed public spaces, including cemeteries, and banned motorbikes and scooters from circulating in some areas of the city. In Tuscany, numerous schools shut their doors as gusts of up to 150 kilometres an hour were recorded, while on the island of Sardinia several ports were cut off after winds caused waves seven metres (23 feet) high.
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