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Some more coverage on Hanshi Ken Tallack’s induction into the Kingston Sports Hall of Fame. The 1:20 mark features Hanshi Tallack’s segment, link here if original does not work. – https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/1422754371691/?jwsource=cl — High School coaches headed to the Kingston Sports Hall of Fame https://globalnews.ca/news/4831026/high-school-coaches-headed-to-the-kingston-sports-hall-of-fame/ By: Doug Jeffries – Global News The Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame…

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Congratulations Hanshi Tallack on this wonderful accomplishment! – https://www.thewhig.com/sports/local-sports/five-members-to-be-added-to-kingston-and-district-sports-hall-of-fame Five members to be added to Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame By:Ian MacAlpine – More from Ian MacAlpine Published on: January 8, 2019 The Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2019. The five inductees were officially announced at Tuesday evening’s…

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Thank you Kingston Whig Standard for your kind words with our help to the annual Salvation Army Christmas Hamper Campaign! Hamper campaign nearing one-third mark By: Steven Serviss – Published on: December 7, 2018 It takes hundreds of people to make the campaign a success and it’s certainly true when it is said that every little…

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Looking forward to seeing where this goes! – https://www.forbes.com/sites/markhughes/2018/12/03/marvel-plans-master-of-kung-fu-as-first-asian-led-superhero-movie/ Marvel Plans ‘Master Of Kung Fu’ As First Asian-Led Superhero Movie By: Mark Hughes – Contributor With the new Captain Marvel trailer dropping tonight during Monday Night Football and an Avengers 4 trailer expected mid-week, Marvel fans’ holiday spirits are lifting again after last week’s disappointing news that the Netflix series Daredevil is…

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An old article from 2016, our help to the Salvation Army Christmas Hamper Campaign. We hope to help just as much or even more this weekend for our 2018 edition, see you all on Saturday from 10am-12pm! Event RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1013657988822450/ https://www.thewhig.com/2016/11/29/campaign-off-to-fast-start/wcm/e3b212c6-3400-2a34-6a0c-d27500371a8b Campaign off to fast start Liza Nelson and Steve Serviss/Campaign co-chairs  Published on: November…

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Announcing today our annual Holiday Parties! Saturday December 15th at Tallack Dojo Children’s Parties: – 4-8 YO: 10-11 AM – 9-12 YO: 11:30-12:30 PM Some fun parties for our youth members, featuring games, snacks, and maybe a visit from a special guest! https://www.facebook.com/events/199301717676708/ Teen & Adult Party: 13+: 6-9 PM Returning again this year is the…

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KYOTO–Famous for its fall foliage, Eikando Zenrinji temple here will be lit up through Dec. 2 so visitors can marvel at the natural scenery during evening strolls. A trial test run was held Nov. 1 at the centuries-old temple in the city’s Sakyo Ward ahead of the start of a special night viewing period from…

Web Wednesday – Happy Halloween!

We want to thank all of our students who came out to our Halloween parties this past Saturday, we hope that you had fun, and we loved all of the costumes! Classes are still happening this evening if you want to get a karate class in before or after trick or treating, and remember all…

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An interesting article by Bill “Superfoot” Wallace, give it a read! – https://blackbeltmag.com/masters/bill-wallace/bill-wallace-says-no-pain-no-gain-in-martial-arts-training-is-no-good BILL WALLACE SAYS NO PAIN NO GAIN IN MARTIAL ARTS… OCT, 16TH, NO PAIN, NO GAIN What is the role of pain in martial arts training? Does the popular expression “no pain, no gain” apply to what we do? Is pain good in…

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It’s why he is the best! – https://kotaku.com/how-jackie-chan-combines-action-and-comedy-1667150671 How Jackie Chan Combines Action And Comedy  By: Brian Ashcraft YouTubers Tony Zhou and Taylor Ramos at Every Frame a Painting do a wonderful analysis of what makes Jackie Chan’s action—and comedy—work so damn well. You might remember their examination of Michael Bay’s techniques. Here, they take a look at his analysis…