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No Native American face paint, headdresses allowed in Progressive Field for Indians games

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland Indians fans will not be able to paint their faces in Native American fashion or wear headdresses to games at Progressive Field this season, according to a new team policy.

The no-tolerance policy also involves abusive or inappropriate language or conduct deemed disorderly or disruptive, and that includes “inappropriate dress.” The team says fans could be ejected or refused admission.

Restricted attire includes headdresses and face paint that references American Indian cultures and traditions. Inappropriate or offensive images, words, dress or face paint must be covered or removed. The prohibition extends to solicitation of contributions and

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Upcoming Nintendo Switch Games and Accessories for February and March 2021 – Guide

News Highlights: Upcoming Nintendo Switch Games and Accessories for February and March 2021 – Guide

We are now a whole month into 2021 and with each day that passes, it becomes more clear that this year could turn out to be ‘2020: Part Deux’. The good gamers of the world need a distraction more than ever, and thankfully, there are some pretty awesome-looking Switch games coming up over the next two months to cheer you up (and lighten your wallet).

Below we’ve rounded up the biggest games and accessories available in stores in February and March 2021. Super Mario 3D

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No sex, partying or shopping for athletes at Tokyo Games



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Athletes who will stay inside the Games Village in Tokyo during the Olympics will have to abstain from parties and sex.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) published first of the four ‘playbooks’ on Wednesday, which will act as a guide for everyone travelling to Tokyo for the postponed Olympics. And among the raft of measures announced in it is a ban on physical contact.

Life inside the Athletes Village is often described as boisterous. American shooter Josh Lakatos described his astonishment to ESPN when he saw members of a 4x100m relay team from a

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