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Whether you're cruising or trying to set a new downhill speed record, there?s a longboard skateboard built for your needs. Depending on the type of longboarding you do, you'll want to choose specific materials and features to keep things stable and safe.
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Irish dance steps are easy to learn but hard to master. Get started today.
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The Boston Freedom Trail winds for 2.5 miles through downtown, the North End, and into Charlestown. In theory - and this is extremely flexible, depending on your interests and habits - it's probably a 4-hour excursion to cover the whole trail....but that can be compressed or expanded as you like. You can do it all in one day or visit individual sites over a span of years!
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Basic judo techniques are the starting point for developing a robust judo mastery. Learn the basics here.
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Where does the word musher come from? The evolution of the word is easy to trace, but the rich history of the sport goes far beyond a simple word.
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Traveling is a wonderful way to broaden the mind, take in different sights, smells and cultures.
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