Monthly Archives: July 2021

Camping with the Jaguars: “The real stuff starts next week…” jaguars.com – jaguars.com

JACKSONVILLE – The restrictions are almost over. And if you don’t think Jaguars Head Coach Urban Meyer is eagerly anticipating that – i.e., the time when of training camp when defenses can hit and be aggressive – then you weren’t listening during his Saturday media availability. “The real stuff starts next week,” Meyer said. That […]

Feeling rusty? TPG staffers and readers share their recent travel faux-pas. – The Points Guy

TPG staffers and readers share their recent travel faux-pas – The Points Guy Advertiser Disclosure Many of the credit card offers that appear on the website are from credit card companies from which ThePointsGuy.com receives compensation. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which […]

Spotsylvania board amends camping ordinance | Local News | fredericksburg.com – Fredericksburg.com

{{featured_button_text}} Camping is legal again in Spotsylvania County. County supervisors unanimously approved amendments last week to a 1980s ordinance that outlawed camping in the county, except at campgrounds. The amendments allow temporary camping in the county and give property owners the authority to camp on their land or approve camping for others for up to […]

Travel is complicated now. Here are 5 ways to stress less – McDowell News

{{featured_button_text}} Vegas is changing: what you need to know in 2021. Whenever you’re ready to dust off your suitcase and get back out there, know that your usual trip routine will need some adjustments. But the extra preparation could spare you a considerable amount of stress. Nerdy tip: Though travel has resumed for many in the […]

Traveling this summer? 5 things to consider now that delta is dominant – CNBC

As summer winds down, the highly transmissible delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, which is now dominant in the U.S., is prompting questions about everything from when it will be safe to return to work to how to keep children safe in schools. For many people, summer travel plans are also in limbo. On Tuesday, the Centers […]

Ross Dress For Less now open in Klein Square – Community Impact Newspaper

By Hannah Zedaker Editor, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood Hannah joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor of the Spring/Klein edition and later became the editor of both the Spring/Klein and […]

Is it safe to travel to Mexico? Information and safety tips for Mexico travel – Vallarta Daily

Is it safe to travel to Mexico? The truth is that the news that has appeared on television over the years about Mexico is not very encouraging. There are many travelers who love Mexico. Many of them come to the country to see its most touristic areas and, in love, return time and again to […]

5 Fall Micro-Trends Fashion Insiders Are Already Wearing – Who What Wear

As fashion editors, it’s part of our jobs to always be looking ahead in fashion. While we’re deep in the summer style scene right now, wearing pieces like yellow sunglasses and sporty swimsuits that are having a major moment, we’re also thinking about what fall fashion will look like. We’re already seeing early signs of […]

5 Fall 2021 Microtrends Fashion Insiders Are Already Wearing – Who What Wear

As fashion editors, it’s part of our jobs to always be looking ahead in fashion. While we’re deep in the summer style scene right now, wearing pieces like yellow sunglasses and sporty swimsuits that are having a major moment, we’re also thinking about what fall fashion will look like. We’re already seeing early signs of […]

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