If there’s one part of an outfit that people take very seriously, it’s shoes. They can truly make or break an outfit but also need to be functional for the weather. To do just that, Hershey’s has teamed up with UGGs to make the comfiest and coolest boots you’ve ever seen…inspired by everyone’s favorite candies.
We love a bargain, and thankfully we’re nearing Black Friday, which means there’s huge savings to be had this November and you can get ahead on your Christmas shopping.
The mammoth shopping event began as just one day, following Thanksgiving in the US, but quickly expanded to cover the whole weekend and
The payments platform Klarna wants to change that. The Swedish company–which partners with 200,000 merchants across 17 countries including H&M, Ikea, Nike, and Asos—has been thinking up new solutions that make shopping more convenient and enjoyable for its customers. At its Future Shopping Lab, Klarna’s designers have developed a new concept called the Modular Mailbox. It’s a place for customers to pick up packages and groceries purchased using Klarna, while doubling as a community hub.
A delicious slice of buttered toast is one of life’s simple pleasures. Trying to spread cold, solid butter as it rips out the middle of the bread while still remaining in one unspreadable clump is one of life’s nightmares. This is why investing in one of the best butter dishes and being able to keep your butter out of the refrigerator is always a smart idea.
Butter dishes keep butter protected from the light, air
“We look forward to safely welcoming skiers to our many ski areas this winter,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Heather Johnson said.
MAINE, USA — Gov. Janet Mills’ administration on Tuesday announced its COVID-19 Prevention Checklist for indoor activities at Maine’s ski areas.
The checklist, written in close collaboration with Ski Maine and public health experts, outlines health and safety protocols that ski areas must comply with in order to safely allow indoor
COVID-19’s resurgence means caution must outweigh tradition. Please reconsider holiday gatherings. [column] | Columnists
The bad news: Lancaster County is clearly in a third wave of COVID-19 with rapidly rising infections, increasing hospitalizations and expanding nursing home illness. More COVID-19 related deaths are expected.
Colder temperatures will drive us indoors, and in closer proximity to people infected with COVID-19. Approaching holidays tempt us to physically join our families at a time when we are all fatigued by COVID-19 precautions and desperately want to return to normal.
While many infected
From COVID-19 data dashboards and election results to personal finance apps and social media analytics, visual representations of data are increasingly ubiquitous in day-to-day life and in business. If there are numbers involved, it’s often expected that those numbers will be visualized in a chart or a graph.
“Ten years ago, we definitely saw people who specialized in business intelligence or data or analytics, and that was their job, and everyone else was
The art of macrame — tying knots to make artful and functional things — is making a comeback in the Pikes Peak region, especially with more people home during the pandemic. A quick search on Google leads to 72 million macrame results.
Janel Rogers, owner of Red Earth Knots in Colorado Springs, teaches classes on macrame and other arts including holiday ornament decoration.
During a recent class held at Rick’s Garden Center (1827 W. Uintah
A coalition of six environmental groups is suing the Trump administration for its plans to expand drilling in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPRA).
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) finalized the Willow Project last month, allowing ConocoPhillips to produce up to 590 million total barrels of oil over the next 30 years.
“We are heading to court to stop the U.S. Department of the Interior’s brazen rush to drill anywhere it can in the Arctic,”
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Sandy Kretschmer imagines her son Henry returning home from college, dropping his bags and then giving her a big hug. But she knows the reality of this homecoming may be a lot different.
“I’ll probably have a mask on, and he’ll have a mask on when I hug him,” she says.
Henry plans to take a COVID-19 test a few days before he leaves Iowa State University where he’s a junior, and he’ll self-quarantine until
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Let’s face it: 2020 hasn’t been the easiest of years. For many, stress has prevented a solid eight hours of sleep, and the products that we use—mattresses, bedding and pillows—should help make it easier—not the other way around. That’s why these Black Friday
This year, there will be no line at Parkway, but, by God, there will be turkey po’ boys.
General Manager Justin Kennedy explained that the popular restaurant has changed much of the way it does business due to the pandemic. It has cut its staff from 50 to 25 and shortened its operating hours. And these days, 60 percent of its regular business is takeout — even though the restaurant has an ample patio and
I’ve forgotten many things in my life: my keys, the answers to test questions, my friend’s birthday. I never imagined I could forget how to walk. But that’s exactly what happened when I was 27 and suddenly got sick with brain inflammation.
The day my legs stopped working, I had just finished teaching a violin lesson. My student packed up his violin. I nodded as he told me the plot of one of his favorite
It isn’t every year we get to see new gaming consoles from Sony and Microsoft, but when they do, we are always hell-bent to find out which has the better end product. Therefore, the question on every gamer’s mind in 2020 is, obviously, should I go for the Sony PlayStation 5 or the Microsoft Xbox Series X? Look no further as we’re going to highlight the biggest differences between the two highly-coveted consoles so
PARIS (AP) — France’s lower house of parliament is opening debate Tuesday on a security bill that would permit the imprisonment of people who publish images of police officers with intent to cause them harm.
Critics, including France’s human rights ombudsman, say the measure would hurt press freedoms.
Offenders would face up to one year in prison and
Kevin Hart Releases ‘Zero F**ks Given’ on Netflix But These ‘Unfiltered’ Jokes Probably Won’t Get Him Canceled
Kevin Hart’s newest standup comedy special, No F**ks Given,” released on Netflix on Tuesday, and despite claiming that the special is “like no other” and will have “zero filter” and make “zero apologies,” the odds of Hart getting canceled for his jokes this time around seem unlikely.
Filmed in a set a pj’s in front of a small, masked audience from the comfort of his living room, No F**ks Given might be Hart’s most tame
French MPs on Tuesday debated controversial legislation that would severely restrict publishing footage of police in action – a move that critics warn will muzzle press freedoms and complaints of police brutality.
The measure would make it a new criminal offence “to disseminate, by whatever means and on whatever media, with the intent of causing physical
By Joe Vitale, Craig Coughlin and Yvonne Lopez
If there is any doubt that any one of us can improve the lives of tens of thousands of her neighbors, Chrissy Ventre is living proof that one person can make all the difference.
Like so many others across our state, Chrissy’s husband was laid off in mid-March as the pandemic shut down businesses across New Jersey. He received 26 weeks of regular unemployment benefits and is
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They couldn’t not recreate the iconic silk taffeta and lace gown designed by David Emanuel and then-wife Elizabeth Emanuel that Princess Diana wore on July 29, 1981, when she married Prince Charles at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
Assistant costume designer Sidonie Roberts said that they had David’s blessing to copy the dress, which in real life took three months of round-the-clock work, starting from the