Nordstrom will no longer sell fur and exotic animal skins

This move will make Nordstrom (JWN) the first US-based retailer to ban exotic animal skins, according to Kitty Block, the president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States. The policy will apply to Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack and Last Chance stores as well as all Nordstrom’s e-commerce sites.

Nordstrom’s private labels haven’t been using fur and exotic animal skins for years, according to Teri Bariquit, chief merchandising officer at Nordstrom.


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1323 Gypsy Hill Rd, Gwynedd Valley, PA – Luxury Real Estate Listings for Sale

Tasteful, Timeless, and Elegant best describes this Custom Built Sweeney Home. It sits in The Heart of ~Gwynedd Valley~ and is nestled on a very private 1.88 acre lot. It features professional landscaping, beautiful mature shade trees, colorful crab apple orchard and extensive hardscaping.As you approach the home up the long private driveway, you~ll immediately appreciate the striking architecture with Classic colonial designs and only the best materials and workmanship available. The home underwent a

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Denver Happy Hour of the Week: Tres Chiles Mexican Grill

After last week’s stroll down Tennyson Street in the Berkeley neighborhood, I couldn’t help but notice all the folks enjoying themselves at Hops & Pie’s next-door neighbor, Tres Chiles Mexican Grill. The eatery sits above the street at the corner of West 39th Avenue and Tennyson with wide open windows that give the place an open, airy feel. And, importantly, Tres Chiles offers happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. every Monday through Friday and

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Red Dead Online Adds 2 More Legendary Animals: Snowflake & Knight Moose

Rockstar is adding two new legendary moose to Red Dead Online that can be used to gain new outfits and discounts towards other items in-game.

Rockstar is once again adding brand new Legendary Animals to Red Dead Online with the Snowflake and Night Moose. Every few weeks, players are able to track down and hunt (or collect samples from) new legendary beasts that are stronger and harder to bring down than their standard counterparts. There

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Best Bets for the Break: A quick guide to online entertainment and virtual experiences

The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.

Lectures & learning

• Warwick’s bookstore presents bestselling author Bill Clegg at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1, virtually on Facebook Live. He will discuss his new book, “The End of the Day,” with Jeniffer Thompson. Free.

• The San Diego Model Railroad Museum presents “A Century Later: A Look at the History

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Another toxic EPA cookbook | TheHill

President Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpCensus Bureau intends to wrap up count on Oct. 5 despite judge’s order Top House Republican calls for probe of source of NYT Trump tax documents New Yorkers report receiving ballots with wrong name, voter addresses MORE and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew WheelerAndrew WheelerOvernight Energy: Trump officials finalize plan to open up protected areas of Tongass to logging | Feds say offshore testing for oil can proceed despite

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Unexpected demand for 2021 Ford Bronco creates unique challenge for buyers

No reservation? No Bronco.

Demand for the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV is so strong that Ford doesn’t expect to fill all customer orders into 2022, the company told the Free Press. 

The Bronco, a bestselling vehicle resurrected for the first time since it ended production 25 years ago, is being built to order initially. 

People who have placed reservations are at the front of the line.

If you plan to wait until the SUV arrives

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Ray Harvey art brings color to Hannibal

Posted: Sep. 29, 2020 1:48 pm Updated: Sep. 29, 2020 3:21 pm

HANNIBAL | Ray Harvey, of Ray Harvey Art, is bringing a new mural to a wall of the Hannibal History Museum in downtown Hannibal.

The design depicts a railroad scene from the 1890s when the original train depot existed. “We have the history of the scene and everybody loves trains, so you can’t really go wrong. That was basically the idea of how

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Region in a Minute: Plaistow YMCA to hold Trunk or Treat Saturday | Haverhill

PLAISTOW — The Plaistow Community YMCA will hold a “Trunk or Treat” Halloween event on Saturday, Oct. 3, from noon to 2:30 p.m. 

Families can sign up to be a “trunker” or a “treater” (or both) by visiting online at Trunkers hand out candy while treaters receive candy.

This event is open to the Haverhill and Plaistow communities and will be held outside in the back parking lot at 175 Plaistow Road.

Decorate your

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Best Buy closed down stores in the pandemic. People kept shopping

Barry could have kept stores open in some areas where Best Buy (BBY) was considered an essential business because it sold products that allowed people to work and go to school from home. But customers and employees were scared, she said in an interview, and the company had “very little real empirical data about how to keep people safe.”

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how to get fit this season

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And here we go again! The great office comeback is on pause (for now) and for most of us, it’s back to working — and working out — from that same well-worn square of carpet. This time, you’ve already got the Fiit login and finally sourced a set of dumbbells that isn’t sold out — so why does it all feel a little less exciting the second time round?

Mercifully, the change in

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How To Build A Recycled Plastic Skateboard? Designer Giving Away Plans For Free

Plastic bags, bottle caps and CD cases, with a little work, can be the ingredients for making a skateboard deck. You have to add the trucks and wheels later on, and designer Jason Knight would appreciate a buck or two toward putting the plans together.

Knight, part of the Precious Plastic collective, launched a Kickstarter campaign today to make

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California parks, playgrounds can reopen under COVID-19 rule

California playgrounds can now reopen statewide under all coronavirus risk tiers, according to new guidance released by the state.

The California Department of Public Health on Monday issued guidance explaining how outdoor playgrounds and other recreational facilities must be used during the COVID-19 emergency. The guidance does not cover indoor playgrounds or family entertainment centers, which must remain closed.

The new rules require that everyone 2 years of age and older wear a face covering,

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What to Know About the Tax Extension Deadline on October 15 (Ep. 46 Rebroadcast)

Ryan Ermey: Hi, folks. In case you missed it, last week’s show episode 96 was my last episode as host of Your Money’s Worth. But that doesn’t mean the show is coming to an end. Replacing me is new co-host, senior online editor David Muhlbaum. Say hello to the people, Dave.

David Muhlbaum: Hello, all you beautiful people. Well, these are some pretty big shoes I’m stepping into. Ryan has done a

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51 meaningful gift ideas your wife will love

These are the best gifts for wives for 2020.
These are the best gifts for wives for 2020.

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It might seem like all of your wife’s favorite gifts come from herself, but there’s a world of opportunity awaiting if you want to take the lead on surprising her with the gift she’s been wanting all year long.

Not sure what to get your favorite lady?

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Miguel Reyes Breathes New Life Into Type Design

This profile is part of our series “Quiénes Somos,” which focuses on nine amazing and original creators in the Latinx community. You can read more by visiting our Latinx Heritage Month homepage.

Miguel Reyes, originally from Puebla, Mexico, studied graphic design at Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla before working as a type designer, graphic artist and publication designer in Mexico City and Barcelona. He later studied type design at the Centro de Estudios Gestalt in

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Gavin Newsom signs CA law inspired by Kobe Bryant crash

Gov. Gavin Newsom this week signed a law crafted in the aftermath of the helicopter crash that Kobe Bryant’s that prohibits police, firefighters and paramedics from taking unauthorized pictures of dead bodies.

First responders under the new law can be charged with misdemeanor crimes and face penalties of up to $1,000 if convicted of the offense.

Assemblyman Mike Gipson, D-Carson, wrote Assembly Bill 2655 in response to reports that first responders took personal photos at

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Disney Store is offering up to 70% off in huge sale ahead of Christmas

The Disney Store has launched a massive sale with up to 70% off lines including clothes, bags and jewellery – ideal for eager Christmas shoppers who are watching the pennies.

What’s more? Any item on the brand’s website with a red sale banner next to it is eligible for the ‘3 for 2’ offer, which is a great way to stock up on must-have items without overspending.

The sale was originally spotted by an eagle-eyed

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Could Your Medical Bills Make You Sick?

Devin Barrington-Ward was doubled over with stomach pain. His chest hurt, too. Though his family urged him to call an ambulance and he was terrified that his condition was serious, Barrington-Ward had another concern on his mind: the expense. Uninsured, he knew he couldn’t afford the ambulance ride.

So his mother raced him to a hospital near his home in suburban Atlanta that day in January earlier this year. After several hours in the emergency

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Hobbycraft Reveals Crafting Trends for Christmas 2020

hobby craft reveals the top christmas trends for 2020

Hobbycraft has unveiled its top Christmas crafting trends for 2020 — and this year is all about handmade stockings, reusable advent calendars and hand-painted baubles.

The British retailer has already seen an increased demand, with searches for Christmas on the website up 101% compared to last year. Katherine Paterson, Customer Director at Hobbycraft says: “We anticipate this Christmas is going to be the biggest handmade Christmas ever. The nation embraced all things crafts related

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