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More than 200 community members take a stand against sexual assault Thursday at the Family Crisis Services' eighth annual 'Take Back the Night' event.
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WAX ON, WAX OFF: Hanshi Ian Pollett, Grand Master Kiichi Nakamoto, Higashi Takuma and Jason Puxty during one of last weekend's seminars.
Connie McDanzz of Minneapolis looked through the vinyl stacks at Barely Brothers Records, just off University Avenue in St. Paul.
Audun Daniels struck gold in the Mens Kumite fighting event beating fellow team mate Peter Jelf who took silver in a great and explosive final.
The fifth annual Blitz Fitness Island karate tournament was held Saturday in front of a large crowd at the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club in Edgartown.
Okami Kai Karate and Aikido celebrated the promotion of two students to shodan black belt in the art of karate.
Glenn Finke, who owns and operates the Karate Quest Dojo with locations in Warwick and Port Jervis, recently won two gold medals and one silver medal at the Amateur Athletic Union New Jersey State Karate Championships.
JULIAN Chees, the Igorot former world champion in traditional karate, needed to have two rituals performed to re-anchor him to his cultural roots.
When Daniel Garlepied was 7 years old, he had a problem. He and his family had moved to Bush from Metairie and the first-grader was being bullied.
Robert Teller, founder of Robert Teller's Okinawan Karate Academy - located at the 422 SportsPlex on Industrial Highway in Lower Pottsgrov e - recently received an 8th-degree black belt during a trip to Okinawa.
JODI BARTIER performs an individual kata during the 2014 Chito-Ryu Friendship Tournament in Penticton hosted by her Taneda Karate Dojo.
Ana Petricel is 17, a high school pupil who plans to become a doctor, and more than once she has knocked me on my you-know-what despite my 30kg advantage and enough extra years to know better.
On the weekend Tyrone Spong became the latest unfortunate victim of a broken shin-bone via having his leg-attempt 'checked' by his opponent, who had raised his own shin in defense.
WINNING: The Pollet's Martial Arts crew from Orange that cleaned up at the ISKA NSW Open, sensei Nick Eid, sempai Brayden Dodd, Ben Puxty, Nichole Puxty, Jessica Puxty, Alex Shields, sensei Emma Gavin Harry Puxty, Cooper Lawry, Connor Shields, Sylas Henderson and Sarah Wright.
The Jefferson Township Recreation Department's Karate Program will begin its next 10-week session on Monday, May 12, 2014, and continue through Monday, July 21, 2014.