• One of our most anticipated games since 2020 is about to enter early access
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    One of our most anticipated games since 2020 is about to enter early access

    The next release from the New Blood indie collective, the Thief-inspired first person survival horror game Gloomwood (opens in new tab), is set to enter early access September 6. It’s been a long wait since we first got to try Gloomwood’s demo back in 2020, but the variety of new mechanics and locales creator Dillon Rogers has been teasing on Twitter make it seem like the wait was worth it. Gloomwood sees you take on the role of a professional assassin, simply called the Doctor, who finds himself trapped on assignment in the city of Gloomwood. It’s currently wracked by the sort of ongoing catastrophe you just gotta piece together…

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  • Constantine Announces $4.6 Million To Promote Equitable Access To Youth Sports And Outdoor Recreation
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    Constantine Announces $4.6 Million To Promote Equitable Access To Youth Sports And Outdoor Recreation

    King County Executive Dow Constantine King County Executive Dow Constantine recently announced $4.6 million in Youth Sports and Outdoor Recreation Relief funding – including a substantial boost from federal COVID-19 recovery aid – to improve access to sports and recreation for youth of color following extensive community-based review that helped focus investments on racial equity. A total of 45 organization will receive funding based on a comprehensive community review process designed to promote equitable access to sports and recreation. King County Parks partnered with the King County Play Equity Coalition and 50 independent community reviewers to evaluate proposals, applying the principles of racial equity. “Investing in these 45 community-led projects…

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    Families for Boating creating community conversations around water access and wakesports activities

    Families for Boating, a non-profit organization of community groups around the U.S dedicated to preserving access to waterways for boaters and water sports enthusiasts, is actively trying to assist boaters facing regulatory threats or concerns.  Recreational boating and water sports have grown significantly in popularity across the nation, particularly over the pandemic, with more families than ever enjoying the benefits of fun, on-water activities. With this growth in activity on lakes, rivers and waterways has come heightened concerns among waterfront residential homeowners in impacted areas. In many locales, these concerns have catapulted into the creation of overly broad restrictions, coupled with attempts to ban ballasted boats outright. Families for Boating provides…

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