Rocky Mountain National Park volunteer Karen Morse, right, pulled names out of a hat for the backcountry camping permits drawing at the Rocky Mountain National Park Wilderness Office last March. That process “will look a little different this year, due to COVID,” according to park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson. Details are […]

Premise: This is a revival of the 1984 coming-of-age action movie “The Karate Kid” and the subsequent film franchise. Netflix acquired the rights to the first two seasons (which debuted on YouTube) and added those seasons to the service in August 2020. This is the first season to debut on […]

Sow hardy ‘Aquadulce Claudia’ or ‘Super Aquadulce’. Pick sprigs Pick the occasional sprig of winter scented shrubs lonicera, sarcococca and daphne and bring them indoors, where they will fill the entire house with their spring-like scents. Build up Get new garden infrastructure in now. I have put in an archway […]

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! ‘I Tried to Become Part of Wuhan’: Hector Retamal – Agency Photographer of 2020 – The Guardian The picture desk […]

^ I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. We’ve left 2020 in the dumpster: Time for a new start. You can take a virtual class, watch a virtual show…or venture out into the great outdoors. This weekend, there […]

MORE NOT ONLY WELCOMING IN A NEW YEAR, BUT WE ARE WELCOMING IN THE WEEKEND AS ALWAYS JASMINE COULD WIN IS HERE FROM VISIT OMAHA TO TELL US ABOUT SOME OF THE EVENTS HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND JASMINE GOOD TO HAVE YOU WITH US. HI GOOD TO SEE YOU. HAPPY NEW […]

Refinery 29 UK How To Cope With “Happiness Guilt” After learning she was pregnant in April, Danielle Cadet stared down at the home test, processing what she saw. Her husband was in the bathroom about to take a shower, and Cadet debated whether she should wait until he was done […]

cape town – Getty No more countries are to be added to the travel corridor list until the new year, although there may be some “emergency removals”. While announcing changes to the roster of quarantine-free destinations in his weekly update on Thursday evening, the Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, confirmed via […]

There was a great deal of talk on travel stocks this year. Many new, young investors targeted hard-hit cruise ship and airline stocks, jumping at the chance to buy cheap shares after the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Going into January, we are going to have a clearer picture on the progress […]

Which EU countries currently have higher Covid-19 rates than the UK? The UK’s criteria for its own quarantine list includes a country’s infection rate per 100,000 people (although over seven days, rather than 14). Its infection rate threshold for travel corridors has moved with its rising infection rate, upped from […]

The U Experience, a startup which aims to create a “bubble campus” environment for college students studying remotely, is aiming to launch at a Texas resort in January. Previous attempts didn’t go forward in Hawaii, Arkansas, and Florida. One epidemiologist told Business Insider the program just can’t be a “true […]

FILE – In this Sept. 21, 2020 file photo, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, right, speak with quarterback Drew Brees (9) during the first half of an NFL football game against the Las Vegas Raiders, in Las Vegas. The NFL has fined the New Orleans Saints $500,000 and […]

LEXINGTON, Va. (WDBJ/VMI Release) – Because of COVID-19 concerns, cadets at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington will be removed from the university in favor of online education temporarily. The decision was announced in an online message to the VMI community from the superintendent, US Army General (Ret.) JH Binford Peay […]