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As the four seventh-graders approached the last leg of the race, Camryn Woodley's paddle slipped into the pool at Firestone High School. Teammate Armon Cook snatched it out of the water and frantically smacked the water, laughing the entire time.
On an overcast afternoon, a group of teenagers cheerfully loaded wheelbarrows with wood chips and manure to help improve the grounds in the Pajaro Community Orchard behind the Lutheran Community Church in Watsonville, Calif.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Joseph Boggs' vision is so impaired that it is as if he is looking through two straws. The 13-year-old's hearing loss is considered severe to profound, depending upon what sounds he is trying to distinguish.
After last year's ridiculously hyper-energetic "Resident Evil 6" (and that's being kind), fans have been clamoring for any sort of return to what made the survival horror series great in the first place - and by that, we mean the actual survival horror. Well, it looks like Capcom was actually listening, because it's ported over the wonderful 3DS game "Revelations" in a new high-def format for consoles, and it's out now. It's hardly what you'd consider a quintessential port, but for some fans, it'll be more than efficient for summer scares.
"There's constant chatter in our house, whether it's giggling or screaming or crying or banging. I love it. I love it. I love it."
It's known as the "lower" PE class, but some students at one suburban Chicago high school simply call it "fat gym."
"Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine" from Pocketwatch Games is one of those Xbox Live Arcade titles that's been dwelling at PAX events for the past couple of years, garnering a good amount of attention while leaving people asking, "When's it going to come out?!" But we kept our patience, knowing that this criminal-oriented stealth action game would eventually settle on Xbox Live Arcade. And, lo and behold, just in time for summer, here it is.
"I think I wore it better!"