Eric Thibault is in line to take over as Mystics head coach

Placeholder while loading article actions correction A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Eric Thibault is 33 years old. He is 34 years old. The article has been corrected. Mike Thibault wanted his son, Eric, to become a writer. The winningest coach in WNBA history read Eric’s thesis, …

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Pamplin Media Group – Oregon City Santa Gets Married at Molalla Christmas Tree Farm

Newly baptized Mrs. Claus, who also works as a nurse, celebrates with the Oak Grove reception. The wedding of Oregon City Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus showed how well Santa Claus, also known as Keith McDonley, has bounced back from a bout of COVID that included 62 days in the …

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Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House London Stratford complete • Hotel Designs

Set in a single existing building on the outskirts of Westfield Stratford City, the new 225-room Hyatt Regency offers a stylish destination for business and leisure, while the 125-room Hyatt House offers a new ‘home from home’ for people on extended stays. stays. Scott Brownrigg’s interior design reflects Stratford’s connectivity, …

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Garrett Scott Reminisces: Chess Coach, Normal Town Council Member and Educator

A longtime member of the normal town council, speech therapist and chess educator who helped thousands of school children learn and play chess has died aged 78. Garrett Scott served on the board for over two decades. He was a long-time state delegate to the United States Chess Federation and …

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Fall getaway? Loretta Lynn’s ranch, perhaps?

I’ve been to 45 states, but it seems like I’m constantly telling you there’s THIS thing I didn’t do or THAT thing I didn’t do. There is so much to do. That includes cool places to visit here in my home state of Kentucky. For example, although members of my …

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Ins and outs of the business: operator Blues Alley buys the Blues Alley building

Operator Blues Alley buys Blues Alley building Looks like the famous Blues Alley concert hall will remain in Georgetown. Blues Alley operator Harry Schnipper has purchased the Blues Alley building from Snyder Properties, CEO Karen Snyder confirmed to The Georgetowner today. Georgetown commercial real estate legends Johnny Snyder and Sam …

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The remote and lost villages of Europe – BBC Travel

One of the most interesting of these craftsmen is Marinel Györfi, who revived the traditional Saschiz blue pottery in the Saxon village of the same name, 20 km north of Viscri. In a studio in his Atelier de Ceramică Saschiz, at the end of a narrow lane opposite the imposing …

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Rock Hall, Maryland | Chesapeake Bay Magazine

Rock Hall MARYLAND FAST FACTS Located 10 miles north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge at the entrance to the Chester River Founded in 1707 as Rock Hall Cross Roads, a key tourist/trade route connecting Philadelphia to Annapolis Venue for the lively Pirates & Wenches weekend, which takes place every August …

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Michigan high school coaching legend Smokey Boyd dies

For Michigan’s high school basketball and football community, Leo “Smokey” Boyd is a legend. For his players, he was only a “coach”. “It’s funny, but even now I don’t call him Smokey or anything,” Saginaw Nouvel assistant football coach Greg Meter said. “He was always just a coach for me …

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Gen Z needs help telling fact from fiction

On TikTok, you’re likely to find restaurant recommendations, lip-syncing snippets, and false claims that COVID-19 vaccines contain aborted fetal tissue and that crisis actors faked the school shooting. Uvalde. TikTok, along with Instagram, is where Gen Z looks for information and entertainment. They often offer a blurry mix between reality …

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The collection of a lifetime goes under the hammer

Kent Muller’s collection of rabbit traps is by far his largest. The use of steel jaw traps is banned in Victoria, but old traps are repurposed as rustic decorations and collectibles. Photo by Daneka Hill Life has come full circle for Kent Muller. The Molyullah farmer has spent more than …

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5 things to know Thursday

A month since the Highland Park shooting A month has passed since the July 4 mass shooting in a Highland Park, Illinois parade that left seven people dead. Over the past month, the case against the 21-year-old shooting suspect has progressed. The Highland Park native appeared in Lake County Circuit …

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Recap of episode 10 of season 12 of “MasterChef”: who was eliminated?

Tonight, more than 100 cowboys and cowgirls in Horse Town, USA, gather for the “MasterChef” rodeo, where the top 14 chefs divide into two teams to create the best steak and sides. . The team that fails to meet cowboy standards faces elimination in the all-new “Cooking for Horse Town …

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10 tips to help you build your Skyrim home

Skyrim’s Hearthfire DLC does not add a story to the base game, but instead adds more housing and family options. Although you can buy houses already built in most sockets, usually those surrounded by protective walls, there are other sockets that did not give you this option. If your Skyrim …

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On Stage at The Coach House: Crash Test Dummies

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot of …

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Who invented traffic lights?

The greatest inventions of all time: Have you ever wondered who invented traffic lights? Has it ever occurred to you when crossing traffic lights who discovered red, green and yellow lights? If you are curious about the answer to such questions, then you need to go back to the history …

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Les Wilson and Hollin Hall III

In December 1928, a number of distinguished guests, including Vice President-elect Charles Curtis, gathered at a hilltop mansion in southeastern Fairfax County. By Jay Roberts Alexandria, VA – In December 1928, a number of distinguished guests, including Vice President-elect Charles Curtis, gathered at a hilltop mansion in southeast Fairfax County. …

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How the Northside quarterback deals with the fact that his father is a football coach

KJ Pollock became Northside’s starting quarterback even as his head coach father voted against it. “We put him in the second quarter of our second game last year and he took us out on the court,” coach Kendrick Pollock said. “Then on Sunday at our coaches’ meeting, all our coaches …

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EDITO: A judge restores the freedom of airmen | Editorials

The US Constitution and courts should not care about popular sentiment, conventional wisdom or political pressure. Floating microorganisms do not change this fact. Our judicial system should only care about the Constitution, which creates an equal set of rules by which we make decisions. The First Amendment prevents the federal …

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The life of Princess Alexandra in photos

Thin AaronsGetty Images Princess Alexandra was born on Christmas Day in London, England to two royal parents: Prince George (King George V and Queen Mary’s fourth son) and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. At the time of her birth in 1936, just two weeks after King Edward VIII abdicated …

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GALLERY: Beautiful property in picturesque Llandrillo available

Pentre Mawr, located in Llandrillo, is on the market with Cavendish Residential for £695,000. In addition to the property, the purchaser will obtain fishing rights along the eastern boundary of the site! Pentre Mawr is a very substantial period house which includes a large independent annex shed and informal grounds. …

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City Council approves redevelopment plan for one of Victoria’s most iconic and well-known streets (VIDEO)

(Lekwungen Square and Landmark) Big changes are coming to Government Street, following the participation of more than 700 residents in an online forum and a survey and approval by Victoria Council. On July 14, City staff and design consultants presented a draft design and implementation strategy for Council’s consideration at …

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Former Westark University baseball coach

Longtime Westark baseball coach Bill Crowder wrote a memoir in 1992 titled “Success is More Than Wins,” a message he lived by until his death on Monday at the age of 89. The cause of death has not been made public. “Well, first of all, I think other than a …

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Teen charged with fatal shooting of 16-year-old in Amelia County | Crime News

A 17-year-old man has been charged with intentional homicide in the shooting death of a 16-year-old man earlier this month at Amelia Court House. The Amelia County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement Tuesday that it received a 911 call for an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound around 9:44 p.m. July …

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Country camp reigned supreme at this wedding in Tennessee’s Cumberland Mountains

Kimberlin Rogers, events director for Houses and Parties, and banker Thomas Joseph (TJ) Ajello met through mutual friends at the University of Alabama. The pretext was not a set up, in fact, quite the contrary: “He came from a boarding school in New Hampshire and I was from Atlanta. No …

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Becket’s Chapel Wymondham repair plans submitted

Published: 11:36 am July 26, 2022 Plans have been submitted to carry out urgent repairs to a historic church in Norfolk. Becket’s Chapel, Wymondham, is in need of restoration work due to years of neglect, poor maintenance and improper additions responsible for the state of the building. Plans submitted to …

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News and Information – The St James Theater in Wellington is ready for the ball

Just over a week away from the world premiere of the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s (RNZB) Ryman Healthcare season Cinderella, The recently reopened St James Theater in Wellington has undergone a Fairy Godmother-style makeover. Shiny new, bespoke animations on the facade of The St James will light up the building …

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Watch: Men driving a horse and cart turned away from McDonald’s drive-thru

Two hungry guys on a horse and cart were apparently turned away from a McDonald’s drive-thru after they were deemed a health and safety hazard – but weren’t left hungry when a passerby handed them a hamburger. Jake Sweet filmed the confrontation between staff and customers at the chain’s Western …

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‘The President’s Caddy’: Jim Harbaugh shares incredible story at Gerald R. Ford Museum

During a recent visit to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum, Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh told the story of a pretty cool experience with the former president. You can read more about Ford’s history with Michigan and beyond below, via MGoBlue.com: The 38th President of the …

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Announcements of new concerts (starting the week ending July 23)

Blocks of exciting new shows from Linda, Caffe Lena and Empire Live were announced this week. Even though the temperatures are still scorching, rooms are booked well before fall at this point. Bookmark our calendar to keep up to date with what’s happening at all times. Engage the killswitch Just …

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Forget John Dunlop, Robert William Thomson was the true inventor of the tire

THE long list of great Scottish inventors still features John Boyd Dunlop (1840-1921) as the man who designed the tyre. Except he didn’t. Undoubtedly, the man who invented the pneumatic tire was the Scotsman Robert William Thomson (1822-1873) who had international patents for his “air wheels” four decades before Dunlop …

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In the shadow of the mafia, a son honors his father

His father spent the rest of his life in the Blooming Grove home, where he was cared for by his family. “It was a full-time job,” Chris recalls. They installed tilt tables so they could turn Joe, Sr., to avoid bedsores, and elevators to hold his legs up and down. …

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Tami Jean Vokoun – Albert Lea Tribune

Tami Jean Vokoun, 43, of Good Thunder, formerly of Albert Lea, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 19, 2022. Tami Jean Vokoun Tami was born on September 19, 1978 in Albert Lea, to Ronald and Pamela Vokoun. She was a life member of the Lutheran Church of Oakland. She was …

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A Beach Lover’s Guide to Hidden Pembrokeshire

When I tell people I’m going on holiday to Pembrokeshire, which I’ve been doing with my family for about 15 years, they tend to say, ‘Oh, St David’s, wonderful. And I say, ‘No, further south, a little place called Stackpole, just at the lower end of Wales,’ where they’re mostly …

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Ogden Art Scene: A ‘Beehive Bash’ Pioneer Day and the Rainbow Girls are in O-Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided, Ogden Nature Center The Rainbow Girls perform Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at the Ogden Nature Center. Great Ogden Pioneer Days Parade The biggest parade of the year in Weber County comes Monday, the final day of Ogden Pioneer Days celebrating Ogden’s unique heritage. The parade …

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Editorial column: Appeal to emotion effective, but not always accurate | Rio Blanco Herald Times

Nothing pisses people off like horses, especially “savage” ones. We have been inundated with letters and comments regarding the Piceance/East Douglas Herd Management Area BLM Wild Horse Gathering. Interestingly, none of the letters are from people who actually live here, or people who see the horses or the range conditions …

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Portland Flemish Sisters’ 1926 Arts and Crafts home is on sale for $2,375,000

The commissioning of a customs house a century ago is similar to today. Landowners could work closely with an architect to create a residence that met their wishes. If the partnership was successful, the architect would present the project in a portfolio and the owners would live happily ever after …

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Could the Houston Texans have Sean Payton as their coach?

Lovie Smith is a likeable coach and the players love playing for him. However, the reality is that the Houston Texans need to keep their eyes peeled for any potential training candidates. Smith, 64, doesn’t seem like a fixture on the Texans sideline, not even comparable to Bill O’Brien, who …

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Carriage driver threatens to beat vegan activist to death with her own camera

Famous vegan protester Tash Peterson had an awkward confrontation with a horse and cart driver during which he threatened to beat her to death with his camera. Watch below: After moving from her native Western Australia to Melbourne earlier this month, the 28-year-old wasted no time pursuing her activism. She …

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Ottawa County teachers endure boot camp

Ottawa County teachers graduate from boot camp OAK HARBOR — Eighteen teachers from the Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School District, Danbury Local Schools, Genoa Local Schools, Port Clinton City School District and Woodmore Local Schools have completed the second camp County Teacher Training Program during the week of June 13-16. The goal …

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Cinderella’s father | Sports News, The Indian Express

Nitu Ghanghas, 21, vividly remembers his first 20km bus trip from Dhanana village to the Bhiwani Boxing Club to train under trainer Jagdish Singh alongside fellow boxer Sakshi Choudhary and his father. It was an evening in June 2012 and she was finishing her first two-hour training session to be …

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Chris Evans admits he’s ‘laser focused’ on settling down

Chris Evans made some rare comments about his love life this weekend while promoting his new movie The gray man. Evans spoke with Shondaland journalist Mariel Turner, who asked if he was as “laser focused” on anything in his real life as his character in the film. Without much persuasion, …

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These are the ‘best places to travel in the world’, according to Travel + Leisure

(NewsNation) — Despite record inflation driving up the price of plane tickets, most people aren’t letting that stop their vacation plans. For most of the summer, the Transportation Security Administration reported a higher number of checkpoint trips than the same time last year, with more than 2 million people passing …

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Owners of Ingleborough Cave open their first cafe after converting the Grade II listed Dales Sawmill

The old sawmill at the entrance to the nature trail is a Grade II listed building and its heritage has been incorporated into the design – with the original saw and bench on display and old blades placed on tables. All old tools and equipment were salvaged from the sawmill, …

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Judy Clabes: Southern Non-Hospitality Rules in Historic Cov; David Klingshirn speaks out

We once claimed that Southern hospitality began at the riverside in Covington, but unfortunately we’re going to have to move the lines – which seems to be all the rage these days – in a way that doesn’t disregards the city’s former friendliness. Licking Riverside Historic District. What the deed …

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Bolt to pick up the last two units in this Rathfarnham scheme

Bolton Grove, Ballyboden Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16 Asking price: from €570,000 Agent: Ed Dempsey & Associates (01) 288 0004 There has been a lot of construction on the Ballyboden to Rathfarnham road in recent years. There was the conversion of Bolton Hall House by Homeland Projects, followed by the creation …

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20 metros with the most tourist and travel guides |

– Tour guides per 1,000 jobs: 3.33 – Median hourly wage: $14.78 – Median annual salary: $30,740 The Grand Canyon – as American destinations, this is one of the most iconic. Flagstaff is an 80-mile drive from Grand Canyon National Park. Don’t make the mistake of just driving, looking overboard …

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Elko real estate listings for people who need a lot of living space | Local

Looking for the perfect large family home? That’s it …! 85K in recent updates, meticulously maintained Basement is newly finished bright, modern with LVP flooring including TWO bonus rooms, surround sound, workout room, second W/D hookup, plantation shutters , 3 bedrooms, one full bathroom You will love the 4 -car …

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Built in 1668, the Joshua Culver House in CT is the oldest house of the week

An affordable mansard-roofed residence known as the Joshua Culver House in Groton, CT, is the oldest property to hit the market this week on Realtor.com®. Located in the village of Old Mystic and built over a century before America was America, this adorable home is one of the oldest homes …

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Corey Feldman embraces his first love: music

Few artists in Hollywood history have enjoyed careers as long and expansive as Corey Feldman’s. The well-known celebrity started doing commercials at the age of three, including for McDonald’s. He later became a child star with movies like the lost boys, The Goonies, and support me. He voiced Donatello in …

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5 fun couple entrance ideas for your engagement ceremony

Who says a fancy grand entrance is just for the wedding ceremony? Well, we welcome you to the land of awesome engagement entries. The Engagement or Roka Ceremony is the very first moment of your big nuptials and so having a shot at this event is of utmost importance in …

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West Van Wins Provincial Urbanism Award for Neighborhood Character

West Van was awarded Gold for Community Approach to Neighborhood Character at the 2022 PIBC Awards. The province’s leading planning body bestowed high honor on the District of West Vancouver this week, handing out gold to its Neighborhood Character Task Force for its planning practice. The BC Planning Institute presented …

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On board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express with Veuve Clicquot

In 1772, Philippe Clicquot, a textile merchant in Reims, France, inherited four hectares of vines and founded the champagne house that would later become Veuve Clicquot. That same year, the company sent its first international expedition to a princess in Venice. It was therefore fitting that the house celebrates its …

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5 Escapist Luxury Vacation Homes That Will Rock Your World

If money weren’t an issue, where would you like to own a lavish vacation home? Yes, that’s a bit of a rhetorical question. As you sit simmering in your own private pied-à-terre, we thought now was the perfect time for a true real estate escape. You can gaze at cool …

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Parsons Tabbed Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

History links HOBOKEN, NJ (July 8, 2022) – Head coach of the Stevens Institute of Technology women’s basketball team Megan Haughey announced the hiring of Alyssa Parson as assistant coach on Friday. Parsons joins the program after serving as interim head coach at the Pratt Institute. “We …

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New intercity tours, unique tourism products launched to attract visitors to HCMC

Visitors get around by bicycle and horse-drawn carriage in the Cu Chi district. The Cu Chi district launched a tour called “Cu Chi – the peaceful and friendly place with a sentimental attachment” in May. The trip will take tourists to visit attractions in the district such as Ben Duoc …

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Where are the tallest trees in NJ? – Trentonian

George Washington slept under one. Lenape leaders met with New Jersey’s first governor under another. Barefoot country people put on shoes in the shade of another before entering the church. The famous New Jersey poet, Joyce Kilmer, was inspired by it. Another is named after the movie character Forrest Gump. …

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What are CrossFit Games? Winner Mat Fraser talks about the event.

About 4 million people worldwide practice CrossFit, according to the CrossFit Fortify blog. As of January 2022, Morning Chalk Up estimated there were approximately 12,500 affiliated gyms worldwide, including non-paying affiliates like prisons and schools. Box magazine claims the fitness phenom was founded by gymnast Greg Glassman in 2000, when …

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How Kate learned to take the perfect family photo

When it comes to PR strategies, that’s smart. Take the photos yourself and you can take them whenever you want, however you want and only post them when it’s convenient for you. You don’t have to put up with a stranger walking into your house, or argue with your kids …

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How to Trade Horses to a $30 Trillion Economy and ‘ED Probe’ in Aarey Forest Dwellers

Selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately. in today featured cartoonSatish Acharya hits out at Union Minister Piyush Goyal for his statement that India’s economy could hit the $30 trillion-mark in the next 30 years. In the illustration, …

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Explore Acadia National Park by bike on historic carriage roads

This story was originally published in August 2020. Difficulty: Easy to intense, depending on your itinerary. Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island is home to approximately 45 miles of motorable roads that intersect in many places, forming a multitude of possible biking trails. The roads are 16 feet wide, …

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TOUR’22 Rest Day #1: Paint Dry Three Days!

Overview of rest days: The number of spectators on the side of the road in Denmark for the first three stages of the Tour de France 2022 was phenomenal, too bad the same cannot be said for the race. Ed Hood takes a cynical look at the action so far …

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Euro 2022 Women’s Team Guide #16: Italy | Women’s Euro 2022

This article is part of the Guardian’s Women’s Euro 2022 Expert Network, a cooperation between some of the top media organizations from the 16 countries that have qualified. theguardian.com is streaming daily previews from two countries ahead of the tournament which begins on July 6. Insight The team that impressed …

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Downtown Wisconsin Celebrates at Willow Springs Garden for Independence Day Festival and Car Show | New

Today in Brokaw, people gathered at Willow Springs Garden to celebrate Independence Day with a festival and car show that included horse-drawn carriage rides, vendors and of course… an extensive car show. Cars ranged from classic buggies dating back to the early 20th century to modern muscle cars. Behind all …

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What the addition of Jaxon Howard means for LSU recruiting

Brian Kelly and Tigers four-star pick Jaxon Howard could be what got this program on a slew of rookies over the next week. Howard, the top-rated rookie in the Tigers 2023 class, chose LSU over Miami, Michigan and his home school of Minnesota. The relationship Howard developed with defensive line …

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“If there’s one haunted place in Chicago, it’s the Congress Hotel” – The Columbia Chronicle

Photo by Mikaela Helane. Editor’s note: This article is from the award-winning Echo magazine in the Communications department. Whether bloody, transparent, or floating in a whirlwind of white, ghosts hover over folklore, literature, and film. For real-life ghost hunter and Chicago Hauntings Ghost Tour guide Tony Szabelski, ghosts creep through …

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Source AP: Jokic and Nuggets agree record $264m extension | Basketball

PAT GRAHAM – AP Sportswriter DENVER (AP) — Nikola Jokic has gone from No. 41 draft pick to two-time MVP, and now the holder of the biggest contract in NBA history. Jokic and the Denver Nuggets agreed to a $264 supermax extension on Thursday, according to a person with direct …

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San Antonio plans to change rules for secondary suites

Call them what you will – casitas, carriage houses, in-law suites, grandma’s apartments, nanna cabins, alley houses – accessory living units or smaller second homes on a property, carry many names. And amid rising property taxes, living costs and an affordable housing crisis, secondary suites (ADUs) are a way for …

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Journalist Des Parker shared the stories of Port Pirie residents for 65 years and still holds the memories

It’s the early 1970s and Des Parker is arranging an illegal game of two on the island of Weeroona at the top of Spencer Gulf in South Australia. The police decided to raid the unsuspecting journalist and those who love the game. As the organizer of the game, Mr. Parker …

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Marc Broussard launches “Fire”, dedicated to Al Green

Premiere: Marc Broussard presents a new EP with a bold and soulful new video for “Fire” (dedicated to Al Green) Facebook Twitter E-mail Reddit Louisiana-based singer-songwriter Marc Brossard gives Al Green a special shoutout in the opening seconds of his new song, “Fire,” before the track’s soulful energy and rhythmic …

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The Richmond depot housed presidents, stars. hero

The anniversary of east central Indiana’s most historically significant structure occurs this week. On Monday, July 7, 1902, the Richmond, Pennsylvania depot opened. Although local news editorials announced high expectations for its benefits to the community, these expectations would ultimately be far exceeded by the distinction this new structure would …

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The James Beard Award-winning Beaumont Inn in Harrodsburg has been sold

A warm brown at the Beaumont Inn in Harrodsburg. The historic venue has changed hands but remains in the Dedman family and the classic menu will remain the same. Pablo Alcala [email protected] Beaumont Inn, the Harrodsburg landmark that has been owned by the same family for 105 years, has been …

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Through the art of John Bell Jr.’

The history of Fort Smith’s churches will be highlighted during “Landmark Lessons: Through the Art of John Bell Jr.” at the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum. Representatives from seven area churches will discuss the beginnings of their church as historic images painted by John Bell Jr. are projected onto the …

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Bharat NCAP vehicle safety program to be rolled out from April 2023 – The New Indian Express

By PTI NEW DELI: The new car safety assessment program, Bharat NCAP, which offers a mechanism for assigning ‘star ratings’ to automobiles based on their performance in crash tests, will be rolled out from April 1 2023, an official statement said on Saturday. According to the statement, the Bharat New …

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Recap of official Michigan state visits in June

June 10-12 The first week included several five stars and the second weekend was just as busy. For starters, this weekend was headlined by Brockton (Mass.) offensive tackle Thayer Academy Samson “Pancake Honcho” OkunlolaSeattle Rainier Beach cornerback Caleb Presleydefensive lineman at Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville, Texas Enow Etta (who …

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1963 Cadillac Miller Meteor hearse unearthed in tongue-in-cheek graveyard

Some gearheads with a fondness for American-made luxury automobiles might believe that a classic Cadillac is to die for. Well, to sate the appetite of those with such an obsession, here’s a Caddy originally designed to take you to your final resting place. It’s a darkly humorous anecdote that junkyard …

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This Luxury Anmore Home Has Two Elevators and a $9 Million Waterfall

Are you looking for a luxury home? An Anmore property with a large shed, waterfall, elevators, eight-car garage, six bedrooms on a 1.1-acre lot was recently listed for $8.89 million and the realtor claims that there is still a market for luxury homes despite the recent real estate downturn. As …

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Arsenal wonderkid Tyreece John-Jules sent to Ipswich on loan with ex-Man Utd manager McKenna delighted with move

ARSENAL wonderkid Tyreece John-Jules has joined Ispwich on a season-long loan. And former Manchester United manager Kieran McKenna, now Portman Road boss, is delighted to have the youngster. 2 Arsenal striker Tyreece John-Jules will spend the 2022-23 season at IpswichCredit: Getty John-Jules, nephew of actor Danny, joined the Gunners aged …

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It’s the crossroads of America’s most popular car model and color

We’ve spent a lot of time talking about gas prices for your car. The state revenue department announced a 5-cent gasoline sales tax increase, setting another state record for the third consecutive month. Beginning July 1, Indiana’s gasoline taxes will total a record 80.4 cents. As of Tuesday, the national …

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Deals of the week and more: family meals, dry friction wings, terraces, etc.

The content of the weekly offers comes from our sponsors. For more information on becoming a Fayetteville Flyer sponsor, call Dustin at 479-387-1002 or email us. Desert Khaki on the Crosstrek is back! Discover the special edition of the 2023 Crosstrek Premium: subaru.com/2023-crosstrek Need supplies for your concession stand? ARECO …

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A frightened carriage horse in New York runs into oncoming traffic and collides with two vehicles

On Tuesday night in Midtown Manhattan, a Central Park carriage horse got scared and took off running into oncoming traffic, apparently without a driver, for several blocks. The horse, Freddy, ended up running over two vehicles and then got stuck between them. As traffic stopped, the drivers started honking, which …

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Santa Claus, homemade ice cream and baseball: how these Washington seniors remember their fathers | People Features

Even although 95-year-old Bob Miller hasn’t set foot on the family farm in decades, he can still imagine his father, Frank, on a Sunday afternoon sitting in the shade of an elm tree up north -Rural Eastern Missouri. “He would be over there sitting in a rocking chair, eating homemade …

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Photographer revisits famous Hull Rag and Bone man 40 years later

The cry of ‘Battery! Boiler! Bike frame! Lumber ! Cloth, Bone! that has echoed in the streets of Hull for generations will soon be silenced. In 1983, student photographer Russel Boyce caught up with 19-year-old George Norris to get some insight into Rag and Bone’s scrap metal business. George Norris …

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Lakers hire Hawks assistant Chris Jent to coaching staff

Getty Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James. New Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham has taken his time to complete his coaching staff. There were rumors that Rasheed Wallace would be on the staff, but these rumors have yet to be confirmed. The former Detroit Pistons star wasn’t ready …

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Brighton and Hove Albion

Manchester United’s 4-0 demolition in last season’s penultimate home game will long be remembered by all who were there. Many described it as the best Albion performance they had ever seen. But where does he rank among the finest performances in the club’s 121-year history? As the montage shown on …

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Bringing rimu back to Mount Rimu as the farm family adapts to change

In four generations, a Rai Valley family has gone from logging to planting native trees, writes Penny Wardle, a former Marlborough Express journalist, for Te Hoiere Project. Justin and Hamish Morrison farm alongside dad Brent on land purchased by their great-grandfather, ‘Billy Irish’, who sailed from Cork to New Zealand …

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It’s the end of the word in Critical Role Calamity, but it also feels like the start of an MCU-style universe.

Critical Role’s Loquatius Seelie would know all about you before you opened your mouth. As voice actor Sam Riegel explains when I catch up with him about the Calamity miniseries, his character doesn’t do anything halfway. In addition to having smoky answers ready to go at the slightest whiff of …

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New York Estate renovated with river views and Astor family tie listings for $25 million

A grand historic estate in New York’s Hudson Valley has hit the market for $25 million. Known as Steen Valetje, the property was built in 1851 by Laura Astor and Franklin Hughes Delano, according to the listing, and is currently owned and listed by author and commentator Suzy Welch, widow …

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The unstoppable conservationist | Ross Eric Gibson, Local History – Santa Cruz Sentinel

A charismatic progressive and war hero, Theodore Roosevelt was elected governor of New York in 1898, to become a fighter of monopoly and an advocate of corporate taxation, scandalizing those who had financed his campaign. Too popular to object, in 1900 wealthy New Yorkers ousted Roosevelt from the governor’s mansion, …

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