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As oceans warm, study finds Atlantic hur...

Comment this story Comment For years, meteorologists heralded June 1 as the historic start of Atlantic hurricane season, but a new paper reveals that tropical storms are forming more frequently before that date as the ocean warms. The study published in Nature Communications found that there was both an earlier start date and an earlier […]

Justice Department asks not to release a...

The US Department of Justice has asked a judge to withhold the affidavit that gave the FBI a likely reason to search Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, deepening mistrust among top aides seeking to gain insight into the intensifying criminal investigation surrounding the former president. The affidavit should not be unsealed because it could reveal the […]

FBI/DHS Bulletin Warns of “Rising Violen

PALM BEACH – CBS News has obtained a joint FBI/DHS bulletin, which cites the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago as a recent example of a call for violence. “The FBI and DHS have observed an increase in threats against federal law enforcement and, to a lesser extent, other law enforcement and government officials following the recent […]

Beat the summer heat in San Diego

Many people look forward to the summer months. This is the best time to travel, school is over and you can enjoy many vacation spots. With the season, however, also comes those scorching temperatures that force you to seek shade or the comfort of your air-conditioned home. However, it is possible to enjoy the season […]

Travel news: Focus on the Airbus A380 an...

Editor’s Note — Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Get news on when destinations open and close, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) — A travel agency is urging travelers to visit Ukrainian bomb-ravaged cities – against […]

Olympic swimmer Ryan Murphy talks about ...

Share on PinterestOlympic swimmer Ryan Murphy (pictured above) was diagnosed with atopic dermatitis (AD) at an early age. Kena Betancur/AFP via Getty Images Olympic swimmer Ryan Murphy and professional surfer Coco Ho talk about living with atopic dermatitis (AD). AD affects more than 9.6 million children and approximately 16.5 million adults in the United States. […]

‘Five Summer Stories’ returns to theater

Greg MacGillivray was nervous when “Five Summer Stories,” the historical surfing documentary he produced with the late Jim Freeman, premiered in 1972. There were epic slow-motion shots of great surfers like Gerry Lopez at the Banzai Pipeline in Hawaii. But there was also a segment on skateboarding. And another about how surfers of the day […]

City Festival 2022 prepares to hit the s...

Posted on Thursday August 11th, 2022 The streets of LEICESTER city center are set to come alive this month with a jaw-dropping festival featuring live performances, street art, interactive entertainment and the UK’s largest puppet. City Festival 2022 takes place over the August bank holiday weekend, offering a two-day program packed with events, activities and […]

Biden begins summer vacation with his fa...

President Joe Biden left Washington on Wednesday to begin what is expected to be at least a seven-day vacation in South Carolina with family members. What do you want to know President Joe Biden left Washington on Wednesday to begin what is expected to be at least a seven-day vacation in South Carolina with family […]

Highlanders mentor teens aspiring to STE...

About 70 high school students considering careers in the STEM, or science, technology, engineering, and math industries, spent three days on the UC Riverside campus talking with industry experts. industry and other teenagers from surrounding high schools in Riverside and San Bernardino County, many of them from the Riverside Unified School District. STEM Solutions 2022 […]

Trump claims political persecution after...

Monday’s activity at Mar-a-Lago appears to be linked to an investigation into the potential mishandling of classified documents, according to two people familiar with the investigation. One of the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss his details, said officers were conducting a court-authorized search as part of a long-running investigation into whether […]

Man not expected to survive after being ...

MEDFORD – A man who was pulled from the water in a pond in Medford on Sunday is not expected to survive, police have said. The 28-year-old has no brain activity but will be kept alive until his family in India is properly notified. Emergency responders were called to Wright’s Pond around 11.15am by someone […]

40 youth graduate from MOE summer progra...

August 7, 2022, 10:06 a.m. HST *Updated August 7, 8:18 a.m. Youth from the summer program pose for a photo after cleaning up MEO’s Adopt a Freeway section near Puʻunēnē Mall. PC: MEO. The Maui Economic Opportunity Youth Services summer program ended last week after a busy two months of community service projects, such as […]

Five of the best islands in the Bahamas ...

Scenes from Groves Gardens, Freeport. Your stay in Grand Bahama is sure to be filled with … [+] endless discovery, thanks to the varied activities the island has to offer. courtesy of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation X marks the spot in Grand Bahama Beachfront villas, dolphins and pirates, oh my! Your stay […]

This Charming Texas Town by the Sea Has ...

If you’re looking for a last-minute vacation before school starts or still want to enjoy the last days of summer this year, a vacation to a Texas beach town might do the trick. We’re specifically talking about an adorable beach community in Port Aransas, TX called Cinnamon coast. It’s the state’s own version of quaint […]

To-do list for the end of summer

Summer is short but precious in Vermont. It’s almost halfway done, if you’re scientific about it, and for those living through the school year, less than a month remains. However, even a few weeks are enough to take full advantage of the long days. From late summer berry picking to the Champlain Valley Fair, there’s […]

A lot of Tijuana’s sewage is crossing th

Written by MacKenzie Elmer, Voice of San DiegoAugust 2, 2022Republished in accordance with the Content Sharing Policy Editorial Note: This image was taken by The Coronado Times. It was not created by Voice of San Diego. Federal officials crossed the border Tuesday morning to assess damage from the latest sewage disaster on the Baja side. […]

Surfers chase storm swells at Coronado N...

CORONADO — According to a base spokesperson, two surfers chasing storm waves were cited for trespassing Tuesday when they entered Breakers Beach at Naval Air Station North Island. The beach, just west of Coronado’s public dog beach, is bounded by a fence that extends a short distance out to the Pacific, separating the public beach […]

How do you get summer vacationers to the...

Bathers, cyclists and boaters were out, like any other day on the coast – except this recent Sunday, a small procession made its way from the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Longport to the Seawall of the other side of the street. A young man in shorts carried a large metal cross and walked […]

Inkwell Yoga back to the beach

With the City Hall conference room packed with supporters of the Inkwell Yoga group on Monday afternoon, the Oak Bluffs Parks Commission has reached an agreement that will allow yoga to return to the beach. The single agenda meeting, triggered by an overwhelming response from the public to the eviction of the yoga group on […]

21st Annual Special Olympics Delaware Su...

After missing a year due to COVID and seeing restricted activities last year, Special Olympics Delaware is returning to Camp Barnes this summer. The 21st Annual Special Olympics Delaware Summer Camps begin at Camp Barnes in Frankford next weekend. “We are thrilled to be able to come together and provide our campers and counselors with […]

Pancakes, Sand Sculptures and More Disco...

Discover Almost Isle week is coming to an end after a successful week of activities, but not after another full day of fun today. Park guests were able to enjoy a pancake breakfast at the rotating pavilion, participate in a sand sculpture building competition and practice their archery on the peninsula on Saturday. The comforting […]

Chess Olympiad 2022, MK Stalin, Inaugura...

Chennai, Tamil Nadu Chess Olympiad 2022 News Live Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Governor of Tamil Nadu RN Ravi and Chief Minister MK Stalin during the 42nd convocation at Anna University, Chennai on Friday, July 29, 2022. (Photo PTI) In the narrow lanes of Sowcarpet, one of Chennai’s oldest neighborhoods known for its shops […]

Junior Lifeguard Camp Returns to Panama ...

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) — Swimming, paddling, running and more are all skills lifeguards need. And you may have noticed that Panama City Beach’s lifeguards were a bit younger this week. “It’s kids ages 9 to 15,” said Wil Spivey, director of beach safety. “This is a one week course, Monday to Friday from […]

How to combine fun, sun and culture in t...

Fort Lauderdale Beach 2022 — Photo courtesy of Marla Cimini On South Florida’s scenic East Coast, the city of Fort Lauderdale is known as a tropical paradise, with warm temperatures, indoor and outdoor dining, and plenty of activities for all ages. A popular beach destination, Fort Lauderdale is often called the “Venice of America” ​​for […]

Potter Named to Groza Award Watch List –

The Palm Beach County Athletic Commission announced today that placekicker BT Potter has been named as one of 30 members on the 2022 Watch List for the Lou Groza Award, given annually to the top kicker in the nation. Additional information from the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame and the Jim Thorpe Association is included […]

UH Summer Program Paves the Way for Futu...

To help recruit and prepare a new generation of geoscientists in Hawaii, the University of Hawaii in Mānoa hosted 13 high school students and two teachers from all over Oʻahu during an engaging two-week summer program that included lectures, laboratory experiments and field activities. Bridget Smith Konterprogram coordinator and teacher Earth Science in the uh […]

Swimmer injured by Hawaiian monk seal wi...

A swimmer at Kaimana Beach in Waikīkī was injured over the weekend after encountering an endangered Hawaiian monk seal with a young pup. Hawaii Marine Animal Response, a nonprofit conservation organization that helps monitor protected species, said its employees saw a swimmer come into contact with the monk seal mother known as Rocky on Sunday […]

10 Top Attractions Myrtle Beach Is Known...

Located on South Carolina’s Atlantic coast, Myrtle Beach has spectacular beaches, glorious attractions, celebrity-designed golf courses, and beauty to spare. It is a hub for high-rise hotels, resorts, beachfront condos, and vacation rentals. Visitors will enjoy spending time in museums and amusement parks. Vacationers can ditch the usual hotel rooms and opt for a once-in-a-lifetime […]

Pelican Bats come to life in 14-4 loss t...

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (WCSC) — After a 30-minute rain delay to start the night, the Charleston RiverDogs were beaten 14-4 by the Myrtle Beach Pelicans on Saturday in front of a crowd of 3,223 at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. The RiverDogs pitching team returned 15 hits, which was a game-high this season. Myrtle Beach […]

Stunning beaches, Disney-style attractio...

UP for soft beaches? Or do you prefer wonderful museums? Maybe you just want to wander around a thriving town with authentic restaurants around every corner. Well, Valencia has it all. 5 Enjoy multiple vacations in one by visiting beautiful Valencia in SpainCredit: Getty 5 Wander through the city’s authentic restaurantsCredit: Alamy You can have […]

Local parks receive state funding for re...

News Photo by Julie Riddle Children play at Lakeside Park in Rogers City on Thursday night. Rogers City recently received $185,000 in state funding to upgrade the park, and work is planned for the clubhouse, restrooms and playground. ALPENA — Three parks in northeast Michigan will undergo upgrades after Michigan […]

The Best Beaches to See a Sea Turtle in ...

HONOLULU (KHON2) — When traveling to Hawaii, some must-do activities are swimming in the ocean, shaving the ice, trying out a moco loco and seeing a sea turtle sleeping on the beach. Hawaiian sea turtles are protected by federal and state laws. These sea turtles are most commonly seen during the summer months (May-October), but […]

Cleaner, warmer waters bringing sharks a...

Sharks are making waves in the Rockaways this week. New York beaches were closed to swimming this week after shark sightings, including the entire stretch of Rockaway Beach in Queens on Tuesday, according to the Parks Department. On Wednesday, the beaches were open for swimming as temperatures hit the 90s. There had been no shark […]

Tiny Garibaldi is gargantuan on the Oreg...

Tiny Garibaldi is gargantuan on the Oregon Coast Entertainment & Attractions Posted 7/19/22 8:15 PM PST By the staff of the Oregon Coast Beach Connection (Garibaldi, Oregon) – Coming south towards this small northern Oregon coastal town, one thing soon begins to flood your field of vision: that gigantic G towering over the quiet fishing […]

NHL star Ryan Getzlaf returns to the lin...

The event grossed over $4.6 million over the past decade to find a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CureDuchenne, a leading global nonprofit focused on finding and funding a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, will partner with retired NHL star and captain Anaheim Ducks Ryan Getzlaf for […]

Beach n’ Chili Fest returns to Grand Str

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Beach ‘n Chili Fest returns to the Grand Strand this September, the organizers announced on Monday. The 55th Annual World Chili Cook-off Championship (WCCC) will take place September 23-25, 2022 at Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place. “We are thrilled to have the World Championship Chili Cook-off again this year. […]

China Covid lockdown: Thousands of touri...

The city of Beihai, a popular summer vacation destination known for its white sand beach and volcanic island in the Guangxi region, has reported more than 500 infections in the past week – a major outbreak by Chinese standards. . On Saturday, the Beihai government locked down urban parts of the city – where its […]

North Carolina’s Best Adventure, Outdoor

Hand paddler Mike Brown rides a wave under a suspended slalom gate on the Nantahala River at the Nantahala Outdoor Center. Photo taken by Jack Horan USA TODAY readers voted five North Carolina locations among the best in North America in the categories “Best Boat Tour”, “Best Helicopter Tour”, “Best Adventure Travel Company” and “Best […]

Missouri patient dies after being infect...

Missouri health officials have confirmed that a patient contracted a rare brain infection from an amoeba that can be found in warm fresh water. Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Missouri patient infected with rare brain-eating amoeba after swimming on a beach diedthe state health department told CNN on Friday. The name of the […]

The Orange County Fair is back in action...

Thousands of happy spectators lined up early for the chance to ‘feel the sun’, like the 2022 Orange County Fair kicked off Friday morning at the Costa Mesa Fairgrounds. Leading guests, like Santa Ana resident Eva Cruz, arrived more than an hour before the 11 a.m. opening, just to be there when fair organizers called […]

Tyler Mawhinney edges out Matthew French...

Matthew French of Orange Park birdied four in a row on the back nine at Eagle Harbor on Tuesday in the second round of the Greater Jacksonville Junior Championship. It wasn’t enough. Tyler Mawhiney, playing on his home course, parried the 18th hole at French’s bogey and won the boys’ overall title by a stroke […]

Long Island Shark Attacks: A Timeline of...

With five shark attacks off New York’s Long Island beaches in the past two weeks, swimmers may have to deal with the new normal of their presence. Fortunately, none of the summer’s shark attacks turned deadly. Here’s a look at shark bites on Long Island beaches so far this summer. June 30th The first shark […]

Killer waves sweep 5 people on Oman beac...

A holiday on a Salalah beach in Oman turned into a tragedy for an expatriate Indian family, when strong waves swept eight people from the shore. The jaw-dropping moment caught on camera has taken social media by storm, sparking debates about valuing life more than likes. Two people died, while three are still missing. A […]

Incident reported at Smith Point Beach –

Swimming was suspended at a Long Island beach on Wednesday for the second time this month following another report of “dangerous marine life activity” which, according to a local source with direct knowledge of the matter, involved a shark bite to a surfer. Few official details were immediately available regarding the incident at Smith Point, […]

The most popular honeymoon destinations ...

The pandemic has put wedding plans on hold, but now wedding season has turned into a year-round affair. And the best part of all this time waiting to finally get married? All the money you’ve saved can be used for an even more lavish honeymoon, according to the wedding planning site Zola, 77% of couples […]

Students Share Their Tips for Visiting t...

Photo by Karl Callwood/Unsplash Photo by Karl Callwood/Unsplash While students would love the option of traveling to a nearby island, or “island hopping,” the potentially high costs can be a bit daunting. Here are some ways BYU-Hawaii students have been able to get island hopping on a college budget. kauai Denzyl Dacayanan, a freshman in […]

Celebrate Saskatchewan Parks Week July 1...

Released July 11, 2022 The Government of Saskatchewan has officially designated July 10-16 as Parks Week, in conjunction with Canada Parks Day on July 16. “Parks Week is currently underway with a series of fun programs and shows offered throughout the week at a number of provincial parks,” said Parks, Culture and Sport […]

Fun things to do this summer – Guardian

By Oluwatomiwa Ogunniyi July 10, 2022 | 12:40 p.m. Summer is the season between spring and autumn, usually in the months of June, July and August. Summer is often considered the best season as you can take advantage of the brighter evenings to spend more time with loved ones or even try something new. There […]

Eco-sexy rooms and urban beaches: how to...

With its beautiful streets linked by trams, buses and cycle paths, Amsterdam is both a travel and transport lover’s dream. The appreciation of the capital of the Netherlands is on the rise. He now ranks ninth in the world most liveable city according to the annual ranking of The Economist. “Livable” is also on the […]

5 Best Family Vacation Spots in July: Al...

With school out and summer holidays In full effervescence for children, the month of July is the privileged moment of family holidays. But July is also the month when all the most popular places to go with kids almost full of tourists. So when the mercury rises, your best bet is to either find ways […]

Nevada First-Gen Network Creates Program...

In conjunction with the Incline Education Fund, the Nevada First-Gen Network is offering a free summer pilot program to engage and inspire 6th and 7th graders at Incline Middle School. The program will expose students to various STEM activities, leadership development, art, and culture in a fun and inclusive college environment. The Nevada First-Gen Network, […]

The chance to be a star

Summer show bands offer sophomores the opportunity to “dip their toes” into something new. by Jayanth Uppaluri | 08/07/22 03:10 Sophomore summer has many longstanding traditions, from well-known activities like the DOC Fifty hike and Lou’s Challenge to more bawdy activities like the Ledyard Challenge and the annual Masters pong tournament. Yet some of the […]

Allyson Chiu named Washington Post Clima...

Comment this story Comment Announcement from Climate and Environment Editor Zachary Goldfarb, Deputy Climate and Environment Editor Juliet Eilperin and Climate Solutions Editor Dayana Sarkisova: We are delighted to announce that Allyson Chiu will be joining the Climate and Environment Department as a Climate Solutions Reporter, leading our coverage of people and organizations working to […]

FTA soldiers investigate 8 road deaths a...

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – ALEA Soldiers within the Highway Patrol and Marine Patrol Divisions investigated eight traffic fatalities and eight boating accidents over the July 4, 2022 holiday weekend. The holiday season ran from 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 1 through midnight Monday, July 4. Soldiers said the fatalities occurred in CalhounEscambia, Lawrence, Lowndes and Tuscaloosa […]

This hot summer at the beach doesn’t see

Placeholder while loading article actions As people gather this summer, one topic keeps coming up: am I going on vacation in July or August? A season of ‘revenge travel’, which saw consumers on both sides of the Atlantic spend their lockdown savings on indulgent vacations after two years of lockdown, has been overshadowed by the […]

4th of July celebrations take place in t...

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – Special events around Independence Day weekend will give you the chance to show your patriotism and celebrate America’s 246th birthday. Here is a list of celebrations in the region and how you can participate: Charleston On July 4, the Charleston RiverDogs will play a home game at Joseph P. Riley Jr. […]

6-year-old hospitalized after being hit ...

It was a day like any other. The weather was hot and the beaches were crowded. But it quickly turned into a day that Erica Davis would never forget. “I took my three little boys to North Torrey Pines Beach to get active, running,” Davis said. On Wednesday, Davis and her three boys were enjoying […]

Egypt: Two women killed by shark in Red ...

‘All activity is prohibited for three days’ on Hurghada’s southern beaches The Egyptian Ministry of the Environment reported on Sunday the death of two women in a shark attack near Hurghada, a famous resort on the Red Sea, where several beaches have been closed since the incident on Friday. “Two women were attacked by a […]

The day – The pandemic has increased act

Originating at the Old Town Mill, passing under Crystal Avenue and through Fulton Park, then entering Winthrop Cove, Briggs Brook is not something the public can see or access, due to overgrowth. But that’s something the City of New London is looking to change, using about $1.67 million of its $26.3 million in COVID-19 pandemic […]

Summer is in full swing | News, Sports,...

People enjoy fun in the sun at Mirror Lake in Lake Placid on Friday as lifeguard Chloe Hodgson keeps them safe. (Business Photo – Lauren Yates) LAKE PLACID — Summer is in full swing in New York’s Olympic Village, and this community is ready to entertain residents and visitors alike for […]

July is Lake Appreciation Month in Michi...

LANSING, Michigan (WLUC) – July east Lake Appreciation Month. The pledge highlights the rich ecosystems, fresh drinking water, recreational appeal and economic vitality that Michigan’s 11,000 inland lakes and four bordering Great Lakes provide. “In Michigan, our lakes – large and small – define us. Every Michigander is dedicated to protecting our lakes and ensuring […]

First responders urge Connecticut famili...

With summer in full swing, it’s easy to find people outside, enjoying the sun or trying to escape the heat. But with that comes safety. On Wednesday, Connecticut Children’s staff along with state police and child advocates urged families to be more responsible this summer when boating, swimming, driving and celebrating the 4th of July. […]

Dangerous ‘Subway Surfing’ incidents hav

WSL-esque. Extreme Sports, or X-Games, have been around for almost 30 years now and what a race we’ve all had, right? Surfing is, of course, included alongside skateboarding and snowboarding as the grandfathers of all, each of the multi-million dollar industries today, but do you remember a time when all three were considered as signs […]

United States strong at Poljcane Beach C...

PICTURED: Members of the US/Slovenian tour with Slovenian Federation President Suzana Majcen Dvorsak (rear, center). Courtesy of Anthony Wiley SATURDAY JUNE 25… Our fight against jet lag is now officially over. The Americans dominated, individually, and won the second team trophy today at the Poljcane International Beach Wrestling Championship Our Slovenian hosts won the team […]

Summer heat is coming in full force all ...

Our first summer weekend has arrived and our forecast includes beach weather. If you’re spending the afternoon in an inland city, that’s where you’ll have more heat and humidity. Popular activities today will be ice cream, convertibles, swimming pools, evening barbecues and sunbathing. As long as you know the forecast for each of the outdoor […]

World Environment Day: NBC reiterates it...

In commemoration of this year’s World Environment Day, Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd. (NBC) reaffirmed its commitment to environmental stewardship by planting trees and organizing beach clean-up activities to raise awareness of the importance of preserving the earth’s finite resources. The Company leveraged its employee volunteer program to launch a tree planting campaign aimed at addressing […]

This Summer, Stand-Up Paddleboarding at ...

Last time I went stand-up paddleboarding I peeked overhead when I heard a scream I lost my balance and jumped off the back board in the river. My son found it hilarious. So when I signed up for a nighttime “SUP Glow” excursion with Pirate Coast Paddle Co. in Newport Beach, I promised myself I’d […]

FLORIDA HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN BAY OBSERVE...

Panama City, Florida—National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) is observed annually on June 27 to encourage people to know their HIV status so they can take charge of their health. This year’s NHTD theme, “HIV testing is personal care.” The theme emphasizes that HIV testing is an act of self-care. Knowledge of status is the gateway […]

Insurrection, Riots, Protests: How HR Ma...

About a third of respondents were “somewhat” or “very” worried that these discussions would negatively affect collaboration (34%) and productivity (33%). “Given the political and social climate of recent years, it would be wise to proactively manage these potential tensions and anticipate employee disciplinary issues before they arise,” said Taylor Lewellyn, legal editor at the […]

Add 10 minutes of daily walking to impro...

Twenty-four years ago, Lora Griffiths made a deal with herself. Seeking to lose weight at the start of a new year, she told herself she couldn’t go on an annual vacation to the Outer Banks unless she walked the equivalent of the state, from the mountains to the beach, and return in October. Since that […]

Student trip to Genoa will shed light on...

How can FIU inspire its students to broaden their perspectives by discovering the world outside of Miami – say, in Italy? Recent graduate Amelia Raudales ’22 and student Michelle Puentes have some ideas. The two were recently given a week-long trip to Genoa, Italy by FIU Global learn about the rich culture and history of […]

Labor shortages Paralyzed swimming pools...

One year after we reported severe labor shortages on the Delaware Coast, the story has not changed much. As another summer approaches, swimming pools, amusement parks, beach towns and boardwalks across the country don’t have enough workers to operate at 100% during the busy summer season. The latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor […]

Endometrial cancer survivor attributes s...

Sometimes even the most sophisticated medical tests and technology fall short of a doctor’s experience and intuition. Just ask Edith Odabashian, whose Lynn Cancer Institute oncologist suspected there was something going on with her health that several different tests had failed to confirm. Ms Odabashian, a retired German-born fashion designer who has called Pompano Beach […]

Bankers’ beach vacation threatened by ma

Bankers are bracing for a hiatus in summer holiday plans to offset a lackluster start to 2022 in capital markets as they hope business will pick up in the second half. Markets were rocked by the war in Ukraine, the impact of China’s zero Covid policy on the global economy, the threat of a global […]

Local film producer Denise Di Novi has b...

Count Denise Di Novi among those who subscribe to the belief that the future is unwritten. The daughter of a jazz musician and a former journalist, Di Novi found herself in the film industry and her professional journey continues to throw curve balls. Once seen exclusively in theaters, the films are now appearing on television […]

Where to enjoy the equestrian scene in C...

A calm sea breeze and the beautiful unobstructed view of the ocean on horseback might be the best way to enjoy Myrtle Beach this summer without the tourist trappings. Entry point plantinglocated at the end of a dirt road off Little River Neck Road in North Myrtle Beach offers tourists and families a unique experience […]

MTV star Bam Margera found in bar after ...

DELRAY BEACH — Actor Brandon “Bam” Margera, best known as the star of former MTV show “Jackass,” was found Wednesday after leaving a Delray Beach treatment center without permission this week, it was announced Thursday the police. Officers made contact with Margera on Wednesday after she disappeared from a treatment facility, Delray Beach Police spokesman […]

Something in the water festival 2022

Something in the Water 2022 drops the weekend of June 16 on Independence Avenue in Washington, DC VIRGINIA, USA — The something in the water music festival returns, starting Friday afternoon. He’s back in person after the inaugural festival in Virginia Beach three years ago. However, the event will not be at the Oceanfront this […]