Christmas Street

24 Apr 19
Our Arts Magazine

https://dora-hathazimendes.pixels.com/ EDITORS NOTE: Dora did say that I could edit this as I normally do, but her words are so beautifully written, and show her wonderful accent, that I have left them alone.  I am a real crazy cat lady, or better to say a cat artist, sometimes I think probably I am a reincarnation […]

24 Apr 19
The Merry Vegan

There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life. – Lin Yutang I have always been a fan of tea, and coffee and anything caffeine filled. Heck! ” a cup of coffee in central park” was on my list of musts when we went to NYC […]

24 Apr 19
Webbed Media

Easter Eggs. Christmas. Captain Marvel. Superman. Script Changes. We’ve got it all!

24 Apr 19
Glass Half Full

For almost two years, I desperately tried to save my oldest brother, Stephen, and in the process, put my own health on the line. I had high blood pressure, shoulder and neck pain, GI issues, anxiety, rage, and frustration so intense that it once caused me to get in my car and hit the 401 […]

24 Apr 19
freestyleisure.com

Your Pahrump News Water-well maintenance leads to concerns over flooding streets in Pahrump Great Basin Water Company’s release of water from its well on the south end of town led to concerns by a reader of the Pahrump Valley Times in mid-April. Selbach honored at special Easter event in Pahrump community Bittersweet would be an […]

24 Apr 19
Baby Doe’s room

well it was like any other Christmas… the Catholic bells were towing away and the Angelical bells chiming with glee.. the dust ridden streets were flooded with Christmas shoes singing the clicks of merry shoppers… now i was just like any of them visiting the present stacked isles.. i was actually hoping St Nick would […]

24 Apr 19
Variety

The Newport Beach Film Festival, which kicks off April 24 and continues through April 27, will honor five talented artists who will be on hand to accept their awards. The event kicks off opening night with the West Coast premiere of Sundance indie hit “Luce,” a provocative racial drama from director Julius Onah starring Naomi […]

24 Apr 19
Pretty Real V

Around the time that I was in high school I was ready to be out of Florida. I’d figured that after 18 years of the same little beach town, it was time to move onto other adventures. Alas, after much going back and forth with my time I was allowed to go to college out […]

24 Apr 19
Skyscanner
When is the Best Time to Visit Mexico? Many travelers visit Mexico whenever they have time off work, but several factors make it advantageous to time your trip even more precisely, including: Weather throughout Mexico Which Mexico destinations you want to visit Best Mexico flight promotions Historical trends of Mexico flight prices If you’re a very flexible traveler, why not browse Skyscanner for flights to Mexico right now? You could find an unexpected deal that will make you pack your bags (and your carry-on sized margarita salt!) right now. The Top Flight Deals to Mexico OriginDestinationRound-Trip PriceChicago (ORD)Mexico City (MEX)$215Los Angeles (LAX)Mexico City (MEX)$208New York (JFK)Mexico City (MEX)$215New York (JFK)Cancun (CUN)$197Los Angeles (LAX)Cancun (CUN)$205Atlanta (ATL)Cancun (CUN)$281Houston (IAH)Guadalajara (GDL)$194 Search last minute flight deals When to Visit Mexico for the Best Weather The best time to visit Mexico depends upon where you want to go. In Mexico City and areas north of it up to the US border, weather tends to be dry and comfortable year-round, which means you can travel to cites like Guadalajara and Monterrey 365 days per year, more or less. When it comes to beach resort destinations, particularly Cancun and Playa del Carmen on the Caribbean Coast, timing is more important. It’s reliably rainy from approximately May to September, while hurricanes can occur from June all the way until November. The Pacific Coast can also experiencing tropical weather during the summer, whether you’re in Acapulco or Cabo San Lucas, though it tends to be drier in general throughout the year. We recommend visiting Mexico in January or February to maximize your chances of good weather. When is the Cheapest Time to Fly to Mexico? As Skyscanner search & compares millions of flights every day, we have access to loads of data that can help you make better decisions on when to travel and when to book your flights. Based in flight booking data from 2018, we predict September will be the cheapest month to fly to Mexico, with prices 13% cheaper than the average yearly flight price. Avoid flying to Mexico in December, where there’s an influx of travelers due to the Christmas holiday & much higher demand. Prices in December are estimated to be as much as 37% higher than average. When to Visit Top Mexico Destinations Mexico is a huge country, which means weather and other variances can be different depending on the destination you want to visit. Consider these tips for the following destinations: Mexico City: Thanks to its altitude and relatively southerly latitude, Mexico City experiences stable weather year-round. Consider coming during January, when crowds are light, and when monarch butterflies flood the reserves in nearby Michoacan state. Cancun: Cancun tends to be driest during the American winter—but it’s also crowded then, too. Thankfully, if you can avoid Christmas, New Years and spring break in March, you can avoid the worst of this phenomenon. Los Cabos: The best time to visit Baja California is during the “shoulder season” between May and June. This is after snowbirds from the Pacific Northwest have gone home for the summer, but before tropical weather begins pounding the peninsula. Guadalajara: Like Mexico City, Guadalajara experiences pretty stable weather throughout the year. It’s driest between October-December, however, which is the most beautiful time to traipse through the massive agave fields just outside the city. Oaxaca: Thinking of a trip to underrated Oaxaca state? You should also think outside the box in terms of when you go. Specifically, May or June and September or October are the best times to visit Oaxaca. Again, there’s never a bad time to visit Mexico, so don’t stress out if you can’t adhere closely to these guidelines. When is the Best Time to Book Flights to Mexico? Here at Skyscanner we’ve crunched our numbers to predict when to book your flights to Mexico in 2019. The cheapest months to book your flights are January & April, followed by May & MarchFlights booked in April can yield up to 8% in savings compared to the avg. yearly flight priceThe most expensive months to book are November & December Booking your flights to Mexico in January & April are likely to save you the most money Conclusion Send flight costs plunging when you take your next trip south of the border, whether you’re bound for a beach vacation on the Yucatán, or a street food fiesta on the streets of Mexico City. We know it can be hard to get your mind off of tacos, burritos and ceviche, but we encourage you to take a moment and browse cheap flights to Cancun! Or enter your own search parameters below 👇
24 Apr 19
Dolled and Proud

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24 Apr 19
south broadway ghost society

One. My local Goodwill was nearly empty the week before Christmas. It was eight o’clock. I had ducked in with a friend, looking for refuge from the bitter weather. We were wrapped in coats that were too thin to keep us properly warm. But we didn’t care. As she browsed the CD collection, I of […]

24 Apr 19
johnwood1946

The blog posts follow this Table of Contents, in the sequence shown. To access a particular post, copy and paste the title, or a sufficient part of the title, to the search box to the right. Like what you see? Tell a friend. Pictures of Charlottetown in About 1903: Number 3 in a Series of Posts […]

24 Apr 19
Dark Reads

I posted my my most anticipated Horror and Dark Fiction Books of 2019 back at the beginning of March, since then (as always) there are so many upcoming books that have caught my eye! Here are a three I’ve added to my endlessly growing TBR list… There are so many books and so little time! […]

13 Jan 17
Leaving Teaching Behind

I have never been good at spending extended amounts of time on my own. My wife works away sometimes and during these periods I tend to fall into a listless state of inertia. Over the Christmas holidays after I’d just left my job, it still felt like I was on holiday. It only began to […]

24 Apr 19
JSUK News

‘Stephen Smith, from Kensington , passed away on Monday, after struggling with a number of severe health problems -‘ From Liverpool Echo- ‘A six-stone emaciated man who was deemed “fit to find work” by the DWP has died. Stephen Smith, from Kensington , died on Monday, after struggling with a number of severe health problems. The ECHO highlighted Mr […]

24 Apr 19
Ayres on Environment, Economy, Energy & Growth

 In the beginning The most widely read book on economics in history (with the possible exception of “Wealth of Nations” by Adam Smith) was a book by a self-taught political economist named Henry George. His formal education ended at age 14. He made his living as a journalist and later became a politician. Yet, his […]