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A Truce in Ukraine? Forget About It. - Daily Beast

MARIUPOL, Ukraine — It was the worst five-day shift for the Donbas Battalion of Ukrainian volunteers in a long time: one soldier was killed, three were wounded. And on Wednesday, the last day of their shift, the troops were saying goodbye to their late friend Vania. The front between Ukrainian and Russian-backed rebel positions was less than a kilometer wide and lay across a ghost village of shattered buildings called Shyrokyne, currently one of the hottest spots of Ukraine war. Driving to inspect front line artillery positions on Wednesday morning, the battalion's chief commander, nicknamed Gal, looked gloomy. To avoid more losses his units were in bad need of weapons and transport, he said, and those weren’t coming. They needed “much more than American or Canadian training,” he said. How about the truce deal made with with Russia in February. “Forget about it,” said the commander, a tall broad-shouldered man in early fifties. He waved away the question as if it were naïve, or even childish. The dull knocking of artillery could be heard in Shyrokyne, a village shelled day and night, where terrified people live in basements. “If we leave things as they are now, this conflict would last for decades, as it has in Karabakh,” the commander said, referring to the ethnic conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh between Armenia and Azerbaijan. “Since the last Minsk peace agreement we have not had a single day without enemy fire,” he said. “Separatists shelled us with 100 mm and larger shells, which are supposed to be banned. Look at the holes in the ground and in the walls of our base,” Gal told The Daily Beast, pointing at a former summer resort hotel called Mayak, a half-ruined building currently serving as one of the front line's key positions, 12 kilometers away... Violent fighting intensified in Eastern Ukraine earlier this month. International monitors working in combat zones reported hundreds of incidents of explosions in Shyrokyne, and also in the area of the Donetsk airport. “We are being shot dead here and our commanders tell us to hold fire and hide from separatists in the basement,” one of the soldiers, Alexander, complained to The Daily Beast. At the Ukrainian headquarters in the combat zone soldiers showed off their only ambulance, badly damaged by shrapnel when it was on the way to pick up wounded last weekend. Clearly there are few. Source: www.thedailybeast.com

Hundreds drawn to Capital City Food Truck Festival - Topeka Capital Journal

From the Topeka Zoo parking lot to the Gage Park Outdoor Amphitheater, aromas of a dozen types of food wafted in the area about 11 a. m. Saturday, drawing crowds by the hundreds to the Capital City Food Truck Festival. The Capital City Food Truck Festival, located at Gage Park, had stands, trailers and RVs lined up along S. W. Zoo Parkway offering 12 different cuisines to the attendees. Saturday was the final day of the two-day event, which lasted from 11 a. m. until 9 p. m. on Friday. “Oh, my gosh. Last night was crazy,” said Rosa Cavazos, tourism development manager for Visit Topeka. “We probably had four or five thousand people show up. I mean, it was insane. We were not expecting such a huge turnout. We knew we would have a good turnout, but what we were not expecting (was) everybody to show up all at once, so it was crazy. The event again started at 11 a. m. on Saturday and was expected to go until about 9 p. m. Soon after the festival opened Saturday, lines of up to more than 50 people formed in front of the different food vendors. “They are all different cuisines,” Cavazos said. “So we only have one barbecue, one cheese steak, one Hawaiian, just to give people a different taste. Desiree Ramirez attended the festival Friday, but returned Saturday to try the vendor Noble House’s Hawaiian plate lunch. “(Friday) was a little chaotic, a little busy, but it was exciting to see something like this going on in Topeka,” Ramirez said. “I came back because I wanted to try this one, and I didn’t get to try it yesterday. Festivalgoers sat on blankets, picnic tables or walked around as they ate and socialized. Children crawled up and down the playground equipment, and every Gage Park mini-train ride was packed full. Friday saw a concert put on by country-rock band Lucas Maddy and the Jagged Edge, who would play again at 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. on Saturday in the amphitheater. “(Last night) was beautiful, because the park was full, people were listening to the concert, there were tons of kids playing,” Cavazos said. “It was amazing. About 25 tents and tables also were set up in the park where vendors sold a variety of merchandise, including cutlery, jewelry, dresses, and more. Multiple stands offered face painting as well. “It’s good to see the park full,” said Tori Wools, a vendor managing the This and That Crafts tent. Wools’ merchandise included water bottles,. Source: cjonline.com

Twenty cheap, fun family activities to do over the summer - Christian Science Monitor

No money to spend on summer fun. No problem. There are plenty of frugal things you can do to have the best summer ever — some of which are right out your back door. Check out this bucket list for some ideas. And feel free to add your own in the comments. Hike a Trail Head to a county, state, or national park and hike a trail for the day. Most parks have inexpensive or free parking. You can find a path before you head out and choose the length and difficulty. Just remember to bring water, fuel, and wear layers for comfort. Pack a Picnic Have dinner outdoors tonight at a park down the street (or in your own backyard). You don't need any special ingredients to make a great meal to eat al fresco. Bring that bottle of wine you've been saving and some candles to set the mood. (See also: From $5 to $30+, Date Ideas for Every Budget ). The Christian Science Monitor has assembled a diverse group of the best personal finance bloggers out there. Our guest bloggers are not employed or directed by the Monitor and the views expressed are the bloggers' own, as is responsibility for the content of their blogs. To contact us about a blogger, click here. To add or view a comment on a guest blog, please go to the blogger's own site by clicking on the link in the blog description box above. Source: www.csmonitor.com

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  • A Truce in Ukraine? Forget About It.

    05/08/15 ,via Daily Beast

    “I would quit the day Donbas takes money and becomes dependent on some billionaire, who'd later want us to organize or suppress political rallies for him,” said Gal, a former Soviet officer, who spent a decade sailing on a military vessel of the Far

  • Hundreds drawn to Capital City Food Truck Festival

    06/13/15 ,via Topeka Capital Journal

    About 25 tents and tables also were set up in the park where vendors sold a variety of merchandise, including cutlery, jewelry, dresses, and more. Multiple stands offered face painting as well. “It's good to see the park full “I came up with the

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