The city of Temple’s website now has a fresher, more modern look. The city recently launched a newly redesigned that officials said is focused on improving residents’ access to information, public services and boosting community engagement, according to a news release. The redesign, development and training fee was $18,450, […]

Isabela Allen, a member of Troop Girl Scout Troop 40302, recently hosted the grand opening of the “Story Stroll,” her Girl Scout Gold Award project, at Jerseyland Park in Scotch Plains. On Sept. 18, the Scout was joined by Scotch Plains Mayor Al Smith to cut the ceremonial red ribbon […]

Teen Vogue is continuing to support up-and-coming designers during a trying year for fashion through its Generation Next initiative — and like much of 2020, it will take place largely virtually. Krystal Paniagua, Tolu Coker and Elliss, all based in London, and New York brands Theophilio and Abacaxi have been […]

Click here to read the full article. The upcoming Venice Film Festival’s reconfiguration due to coronavirus safety measures has been officially unveiled. Barring complications, Venice, which runs Sept. 2-12, is set to be the first major international film event to hold a physical edition after the coronavirus crisis, with a […]

POWELL — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department quietly unveiled a new online mapping project last month, identifying and explaining every priority habitat issue in the state. While the news may have gone unnoticed by most, the monumental effort will make researching Wyoming’s most important conservation issues a breeze. The […]

As many Bay Area residents look forward to easing Covid restrictions, San Jose’s Playful People Productions announces its summer slate of classes, workshops, and activities for all ages, including both online and safety-conscious in-person offerings for small groups. The summer session begins June 21 and continues through August 6. To […]

Photo credit: Pattern Beauty From Oprah Magazine Tracee Ellis Ross is weary. The election and its aftermath, the societal unrest, the pandemic—it’s all weighing heavily on her mind. “The work begins now, but how can the work begin now when we’re all so tired?” she wonders out loud. “We need […]

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. Texas education officials want all public school students to take state-required standardized tests digitally by 2022, an effort that could cost school districts millions more collectively each year, according to […]

Reinhold Messner wearing the latest 1858 Geosphere that honors him. Montblanc Text size Climbing legend Reinhold Messner has signed on to Montblanc’s latest 1858 Geosphere watch, literally, with a limited edition of 262 pieces bearing his signature. The 42mm 1858 Geosphere Messner Limited Edition (US$6,500), in a bronze alloy with […]

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo helped unveil a new statue Monday to honor Mother Cabrini, a popular Roman Catholic saint who was at the center of a controversy last year over a New York City initiative to build statues honoring famous women. The Mother Cabrini statue, which was paid for […]