Three-time Super Bowl champion Ty Law continues to make inroads in his plan to create new opportunities for youngsters to have clean, healthy fun, as he oversaw a Friday, Nov. 30 ribbon-cutting ceremony at his newest Launch Trampoline Park site in Howard Beach. "When I grew up, we went outside to play. When the street lights came on, you came inside. All the kids do now is they're on their cells phones or playing video games," Law told The Wave when detailing how his 23 entertainment facilities are filling a necessary gap in offering today's youth constructive leisure alternatives. Located in the old Staples building at 163-54 Cross Bay Blvd, the new Howard Beach indoor park features a plethora of activities for adventure seekers, including dodgeball courts, foam pits, slam-dunk basketball, rock walls and giant jumping surfaces. Launch also houses several amenities for those who prefer to stay grounded, such as: arcades, Pop-A-Shot, skee-ball, air hockey, WiFi and a large dining area.
On November 11 there were strange rumbling waves that traveled at 9,000mph across the globe, nearly undetected and unnoticed by the world. Except for one person, a seismologist, who spotted the signal and quickly put out an alert to see if other systems detected the same unusual wave.
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LINCOLN CITY, Ore. – A surfer was airlifted to the hospital after the U. S. Coast Guard helped rescue him Saturday along the Oregon coast. The incident happened Saturday afternoon at Devil's Punchbowl State Park, just south of Depoe Bay. The Coast Guard says someone called for help after the surfer got separated from his board, and started battling heavy waves while trying to swim to shore. A Coast Guard rescue swimmer and another surfer were able to get the man to shore.