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Deonna Purrazzo Wins IMPACT’s Knockout of the Year Award

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IMPACT is handing out their year-end awards. On December 23, IMPACT Wrestling presented their Best of 2021 (Part 1) show, which saw Scott D’Amore and Josh Matthews look back at the year that was and hand out three awards. They also revealed that an additional three awards will be presented next Thursday, December 30. The final award up for grabs this evening was for Knockout of the Year. The winner was announced as Deonna Purrazzo. The Virtuosa held the Knockouts Championship for the majority of 2021, before losing it to Mickie James at Bound For Glory, ending her reign at 343 days. #IMPACTWRESTLING Knockout of the year@DeonnaPurrazzo #IMPACTonAXSTV pic.twitter.com/RCQKj4yV63 — IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) December 24, 2021 Deonna is set to challenge Mickie for the Knockouts Title on January 8 at Hard To Kill in a Texas Death Match. The full card for the event can be seen here. Fightful provides live coverage of IMPACT Wrestling every Thursday night beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

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Comida Cantina Adjusts to the Pandemic, Establishes Wildcard Advantage Program

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Just seven weeks after Comida Cantina opened in January 2020, COVID-19 shut down the restaurant’s dining room.  Comida is a Central St. restaurant and bar specializing in Mexican and Latin American-inspired cuisine. During the pandemic, the restaurant made a variety of adjustments and recently launched a partnership with Northwestern’s Wildcard Advantage Discounts program.  “Our goal…

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‘Beyond Torture’: Family of Missing Langley, B.C. Man Urges People to Come Forward

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Devon Goodrick was last seen around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 25, near 192 Street and 28 Avenue, and was reported missing two days later.

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Reduce, reuse, recycle and refuse: these are tenets of Eco and the Flamingo, Evanston and Chicago’s first zero waste general stores. “(Sustainability’s) just been our guiding value from the beginning — if a company wasn’t sustainable, we weren’t going to work with them,” co-founder Bethany Barbouti said. “That was just one area we were never…

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