Holiday

24 Jun 19
Great Day USA

Nestled along the banks of the Concho Rivers is an oasis for persons who have a mental illness. It’s called the San Angelo Clubhouse. Its located at 404 South Irving, and has more than 100 members. It is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays and 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on weekday federal […]

24 Jun 19
Madryde

We have arrived in Townsville to spend some time with family (Melissa and Uncle Ron) and relax from driving for a bit! We were greeted with an awesome home cooked roast lamb and pork for dinner 😋 Lucky for us Grandma and Grandpa have also flown up to enjoy a well deserved holiday too xx […]

24 Jun 19
Four Sisters Boutique Blog

One of our favorite holidays here at Four Sisters Boutique is the Fourth of July. With the fireworks, summer activities, and cute clothes that come along with this holiday it is really hard not to go all out! Check out all of our Boss Babes wearing our Fourth of July collection below!

24 Jun 19
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Company: Parkdean Holiday Parks
Location: United Kingdom

24 Jun 19
WDTN
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The Greater Dayton RTA is extending The Flyer’s service hours to allow fireworks spectators to use the route as a transportation option to and from the Lights in Flight Festival on July 3. Officials say The Flyer will operate from 6 am until midnight on Wednesday, July 3. Because of street closures that will be in place, it will run on a detour route starting at 9 am that morning. After the fireworks are over, several RTA Flyer buses will wait for passengers northbound on Patterson Avenue between Second and Third Streets, which should cut down on wait times. Starting at 6 am on July 3, RTA buses will follow these routes: The FlyerNorthbound, the Flyer will turn from Main Street, right onto First Street, right onto Patterson, right onto Second, and back to regular southbound routing on Main Street. Photo: Greater Dayton RTA Route 16Riverside Drive will be closed. Route 16 riders should board the bus at Jefferson at 2nd streets or Helena at Riverside. Route 5Monument Street will be closed. Route 5 riders should board the bus at Ludlow between 2nd and 3rd streets.  Others:Because Jefferson Street will be closed north of 3rd Street, all riders on Routes 7 – 8 – 9 – 12 – 14 – 16 – 43 and Routes 11- 17- 18- 19 should use Wright Stop Plaza to board the bus. On Thursday, July 4, Route 14 will be rerouted around Main Street (Route 48) and West and East Franklin Street (State Route 725) for Centerville’s Americana Festival. Riders should catch their bus at the nearest stop outside of festival activities. Additionally, riders should be aware that Thursday, July 4, all RTA buses will be on a Sunday service schedule due to the holiday. Regular bus times will resume Friday, July 5. For more information, click here. Grab the FREE WDTN News App for iPhone or Android. Stay up to date with all the local news, weather and sports as well as live newscasts and events as they happen.  Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for all the latest news, weather and sports.
24 Jun 19
America's Voice

China, home to almost a fifth of the world’s population, is a country of superlatives. Forty years of economic growth, at an average of nearly 10% a year, has transformed the country into a global leader in technology and manufacturing. Its economy is now second only in size to the United States – larger if […]

24 Jun 19
News Directory

Tyler Perry come to Sunday night 's BET Awards. t After the statuette was presented to him by frequent collaborator Taraji P. Henson, behind his production studio in Atlanta. “The studio was once the Confederate Army base,” he said. 3.9 million enslaved negroes. Now that land is owned by one negro. ” The revelation earned […]

24 Jun 19
my vices and weaknesses

Death takes a Holiday at Pemberley by Kelly Miller, what a title, don’t you think? Intriguing at least and scary too. We do not want death around our lovely and loved characters. Just in case anyone may be thinking it, this has nothing to do with Death comes to Pemberley by P.D. James. That is a […]

24 Jun 19

  Lisa (37) was diagnosed at age 21 with Crohn’s Disease. During Lisa’s time with Crohn’s Disease, she has had to endure 7 surgeries, 3 abscesses, 1 drain, numerous hospital stays (longest one being 5 months) and many complications, infections and procedures all whilst working full time as a nurse. For  the past 10 years […]

24 Jun 19
The Adventures of Phileas Fiona

Carbon footprints, climate change, pollution, environmental damage and air quality are increasingly among the issues that many travellers are taking into account when they are planning holidays and trips. These terms are certainly discussed in many of the discussion groups I have joined. I’ve also been asked just how green it is for me to […]

24 Jun 19
Thoughts Stained With Ink

Hello, lovelies! SPFBO 5–or, the Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off–is officially a go, with 300 entries received, all ten judges signed up and only a week away before the reading officially begins! For those of you in the community, you’ll know that I joined in late last year to help out another judge and I positively […]

24 Jun 19
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Company: Great Lakes Insurance SE
Location: London

24 Jun 19
Run for the Eat

Another month, another half marathon. My accidental planning meant I’d run one every four weeks over the spring. Here’s a write up of the last one. Reminiscing about MK here…. Milton Keynes is long known by many as a city in the UK to get misty eyed about. Whether it is the roundabouts, excellent travel […]

24 Jun 19
People Food Travel Fun

“To be called a town, a place has to have four things,” said our Costa Rican guide, Victor. “An elementary school, a church, a park with a futbol field, and a bar.” All kidding aside, after our laughter died down, he elaborated on that list and the reasons for it. Big or small, sometimes the […]

24 Jun 19
Okay Doak

I’m pretty sure no child dreams of being a step-parent when they grow up. While most days, it’s just the normal slog, others are total emotional landmines. I would very much put the period from Mother’s Day through Father’s Day into the latter category. It’s like if Marie Kondo’s sixth area was emotional baggage and […]