This Easy Vegan Weekend Menu for Fall has twelve tasty recipes to choose from when planning your plant-based weekend meals. Easy Vegan Weekend Menu for Fall Whether staying home or enjoying local cooler-weather adventures, you still have to decide what to eat at least a few times a day. The recipes in this menu will help you plan! Like this recipe? PIN IT to SHARE or SAVE for later! Healthy Breakfasts Start your day with any of these dishes. They’re quick and simple to make! Vegan Pumpkin Pancakes with Chocolate Chips Photo Credit: wallflowerkitchen.com Delicious, fluffy pumpkin pancakes, studded with… Read More »Easy Vegan Weekend Menu for Fall | Health Physical Fitness
This easy vegan weekend fall menu features twelve tasty recipes to choose from when planning your plant-based weekend meals. Easy vegan weekend menu for fall Whether you are staying at home or enjoying the local adventures in cooler weather, you should always decide what to eat at least a few times a day. The recipes on this menu will help you plan! Do you like this recipe ? PIN IT to SHARE or SAVE for later! Healthy breakfasts Start your day with one of these dishes. They are quick and easy to do! Vegan Pumpkin Pancakes with Chocolate Chips Photo… Read More »Easy vegan weekend menu for fall
The recent extreme weather event in Texas, where the entire power grid almost shut down, reminded me of a similar (but much less threatening) ice storm that occurred in Michigan in 1997. I thought of caption this “Little house on the meadow with wheelchairs”. I’m sure there were a lot of Texans who had a similar experience, trying to survive with disabled or medically fragile family members who kept on needing care and support just because everything what depended on electricity stopped working. Here’s how the National Weather Service described the 1997 ice storm: “… From Detroit and Ann Arbor… Read More »The great St. Patrick’s Day weekend ice storm of 1997
Mirage Boxing Chronicles .: Christopher Lovejoy v Mahmood Charr is set to start this weekend in Cologne. Christopher Lovejoy v Mahmood Charr is set to start this weekend in Cologne. Next weekend we should see the enigmatic and mysterious undefeated heavyweight Christopher Lovejoy return, if he steps into the ring to take on former WBA regular champion Manuel Charr at Box Gym Arena in Cologne. . Lovejoy 19-0 (19KB) has never faced a named opponent to date and has never appeared in a televised fight, although there is sketchy footage of a few of his knockouts, all of his appearances… Read More »Christopher Lovejoy v Mahmood Charr scheduled to commence this coming weekend in Cologne.
Elite wide receiver Luther Burden rookie tweeted he would be in Athens, Georgia this weekend when the UGA hosts Kentucky. The Georgia Bulldogs are in the top three schools for the five-star wide receiver who is a member of the Class of 2022. The No. 6 player in the class recently retired from the Oklahoma Sooners. this weekend🤣🤣🤣 – luther (@ lutherburden3) 10 October 2021 Dawg Post has confirmed that several 5-star are planning to return to #UGA This weekend. 5 star WR Luther Burden is one of them. https://t.co/Zpc8GGpTct – DawgPost (@Dawg_Post) 10 October 2021 Burden plans to engage… Read More »5-star WR tweets he’ll be in Athens this weekend
Robinson Conceicao loses controversial decision in fight against PED scandal This fight has been a huge black eye for boxing which as a sport is in dire straits. Oscar Valdez, the reigning 130-pound WBC champion, tested positive before the fight for the banned substance Phentermine. Rather than strip the champion whose A and B samples tested positive, the WBC kept him as champion and the fight moved forward anyway. The small punishment Valdez received was the handing over of a twelve month probationary period, which is tantamount to being punished for any dirty tests over the next year or so.… Read More »Bring on the Farce! Another Disappointing Weekend of Boxing – Jersey George’s Boxing Blog
Are you looking for the best Weekend Football Predictions? Look no more, as all of our predictions are of course explained, and full analysis is provided to enable you to make the most of the weekend betting experience. Check Out Our Daily Prediction Young Boys vs Manchester United A 4-1 win over Newcastle at the weekend may have delighted fans at Old Trafford, but Tuesday brings a new challenge. Manchester United have lost six of their 10 UEFA Champions League matches under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as many as they lost in the previous 20 games under Louis van Gaal and… Read More »Top Sure Predictions For This Weekend : Tips, Stats And Analysis
IBHOF inductee and boxing expert Graham Houston assesses Saturday night’s massive heavyweight clash between WBC King Tyson Fury and bitter rival Deontay Wilder at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder both hit their heaviest for tonight’s heavyweight title fight in Las Vegas, Wilder 238 pounds, Fury 277, although in reality they would have weighed quite a bit. less without jogging pants and sneakers (and, in Fury’s holster, a tank top and a black hat). But the point is, they’re two tall men who carry a lot of weight. It is debatable how much all this weight… Read More »Weekend Betting Angle – Fury-Wilder III
A number of Beltway Boxers were in action on Saturday August 14th in many locations across the country and the world. Here’s a recap: Four residents were on a map at the World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Back in Washington, DC super light Anthony peterson defeated Jairo “Doberman” Lopez of Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, Mexico by unanimous decision in six rounds. All three judges scored a shutout for Peterson, 60-54. It was Peterson’s first fight since March 2019 and his record is now 38-1-1, 24 KOs. Lopez drops to 26-13, 17 KOs. The two Rahman Brothers from Baltimore, MD were… Read More »Boxing Along The Beltway: Weekend Beltway Roundup!
Local boxers had a rough weekend on Friday and Saturday September 10-11. Four Beltway Boxers were in action. Saturday September 11, Columbia, MD super middleweight Ashton “The Goon” Sykes lost by TKO in the third round to DeAndre “Axeman” Ware of Toledo, OH. The fight ended at 2:32 of the third. Sykes drops to 5-6, a knockout while Ware is 14-3-2, nine knockouts. On Friday September 10 at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA, two locals faced off with Bowie, MD super lightweight Greg outlaw “sniper” scored a TKO in the second round on Edgar “The Tiger” Torres of Woodbridge, Virginia.… Read More »Beltway Boxers Have Tough Weekend!
RCM Boxing Weekend Recap: Fury KOs Wilder, Kownacki DQed, Sanchez, Boesel, Smith, Cunningham Win & Malik Scott Interview
Fury KOs Wilder, Kownacki DQed, Boesel, Smith, Cunningham Win, weekend recap By Robert Brizel, Chief Correspondent of Real Combat Media Boxing Las Vegas, NV (October 10, 2021) – Deontay Wilder has gone back to chasing heads with his right hand. Twice he let Tyson Fury down. Overall, Fury tore Wilder apart by the numbers. The cumulative effect of being worked out by the taller man ultimately let down a bruised and bruised Wilder for good in the eleventh round, an outcome most pundits predicted would occur in their bout of the main event of the trilogy at T-Mobile Arena, Las… Read More »RCM Boxing Weekend Recap: Fury KOs Wilder, Kownacki DQed, Sanchez, Boesel, Smith, Cunningham Win & Malik Scott Interview
Xavier Naville. The Lettuce Diaries: How a Frenchman found gold to grow vegetables in China. Earnshaw Books, 2021. The press officer for this offbeat book sent it to me and I must admit I was charmed by it. The French author started out in international business catering, managing canteens in 70 countries for the Compass group and based in Paris. At 27, almost on a whim, he went to Shanghai to sell salads to the Chinese (who don’t eat salads) and oversee vegetable production for KFC and other fast food outlets. He was ignorant of Chinese language and culture, to… Read More »Weekend reading: Selling salad in China
The MLS regular season schedule won’t be on its normal long list this weekend, but eight clubs will be in action with hopes of some big wins. Minnesota United is hosting the Colorado Rapids in the four-game roster’s headliner contest this weekend, with both teams looking to move up from their respective places on the standings. The Rapids can move up to a point from second place with a win at St. Paul, while Minnesota could end the weekend in fifth place if they beat Robin Fraser’s team. The Seattle Sounders could extend their lead over Sporting KC this weekend… Read More »MLS Weekend Preview: Loons host Rapids, Inter Miami visits Red Bulls, and more
Hi everyone! NYC public schools are closed Monday for Indigenous Peoples Day so enjoy the long weekend with the family! This weekend check out Family Music Concert Series: Father Goose and Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration in Randall’s Island Park, Mil’s Trills’ Let it Out at Central Brooklyn Public Library, Old Home Day and Village Ghost Tours at Historic Richmond Town, Little Red’s Hood in Thomas Jefferson Park,A Skate Play at Golconda Skate Park, Bayswater Fall Festival in Bayswater Park, “Native New Yorkers are still here!” with the Children’s Cultural Center of Native… Read More »Indigenous Peoples Day Weekend Events in Brooklyn & NYC: October 8th-11th
When looking for your next golf vacation, sometimes it is a good idea to consider golf courses to base your stay that are near an airport. This can be great for short golf getaways to a sunny destination, perfect for long weekends or even if you don’t want to hire a car while you are away as transfers are obviously cheaper if you stay closer to one. airport. 1. Belas Golf Course in Lisbon, Portugal A few minutes drive from downtown Lisbon is the magnificent Belas Golf Course, just 25 minutes from Lisbon Airport. The course winds through mounds and… Read More »Golf Courses Close To The Airport – Perfect For A Weekend Golf Break
Are you a doctor, nurse or medical assistant who wants to become a certified Botox injector? Here at the National Laser Institute, we offer courses ranging from two to six days that focus exclusively on Botox training. Our Botox training at the National Laser Institute includes both hands-on training at a luxury spa and classroom training. You will leave with practical experience in the application of Botox and fillers as well as a solid knowledge of the theoretical background of each. Who can practice Botox? Botox can be administered by trained healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, and other healthcare… Read More »Botox Training in a Weekend!
The Speedgoat Festival weekend is now a reality, with a few more goodies to share. November 3, 2014, 5:35 p.m. We had a few meetings recently about holding several races on Speedgoat Weekend 2015 at the Snowbird Ski Resort. It has now become a reality. We will have 3 races over 3 days. All will be hard, all will hurt, in a sadistic way. Here is the programming: Friday July 24. The “Speedgoat Vertical Mile”. It is NOT a mile run. It is a race with one mile of vertical ascent, without vertical descent. How do you get there in… Read More »Speedgoat Festival Weekend is now a reality, with a few other tidbits to share.
Alert 9/10-12: Contrary to original plans, bike/walk access will be maintained during Montlake Bridge weekend closure
Photo by WSDOT. We have good news regarding the ongoing repair work on the Montlake Bridge. The first of several weekend closings is still scheduled for this weekend (September 10-12). But despite the original announcements, the west sidewalk will remain open for walking and cycling after all. The crews recently completed replacing the metal deck of the bridge, which required extensive detours by car and bus. The next phase of the work focuses on the mechanical elements that raise and lower the historic bascule bridge. Part of that job will likely involve keeping the bridge in the up position, which… Read More »Alert 9/10-12: Contrary to original plans, bike/walk access will be maintained during Montlake Bridge weekend closure
On this episode of WRGHSTER OR WRONG, George wright and Ralph amsden discuss their favorite storylines from week 3 of the NFL season. A discussion of the Rolling Stone article on NBA players’ reluctance to be vaccinated against Covid-19 somehow leads to an argument about Rolling Stone’s relevance as a group. George opens up about the violence at house parties in Pullman, Washington and Salt Lake City, Utah that left one Pac-12 player in serious condition and claimed the lives of another. In Cancel or Consequence, the guys chat about Oklahoma fans booing QB Spencer Rattler and calling for his… Read More »9/27/21 NFL Weekend, NBA Vaccination Disputes, Violence in the Pac-12, Spencer Rattler Boo’d
You don’t need an excuse to dress up.(Photo: Jonathan Maus / BikePortland) Hi everyone! Rain, cool temperatures and mud – pretty much what you would expect as cyclocross races arrive in October. Not one, but two Harvest CX races are scheduled this weekend. There’s also a NW Trail Sisters gear swap and a Sunday morning ATV ride for people looking to escape the city during the Portland Marathon. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the events posted on our calendar. Have a good weekend ! Friday October 1 Friday Night Walk – 7:00 p.m. at Ladd Circle (SE)You… Read More »Weekend Event Guide: Alice Awards, lotsa’ cross, MTB gear swap, and more!
In May 2019, dancer and choreographer Bobbi Jene Smith took to the Ellen Stewart Theater at La MaMa, in the East Village, with “Lost Mountain”, a lively and tumultuous dance-theater work for 10 dancers and musicians. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Smith, who is currently La MaMa’s resident artist, continued to work with members of that cast on some sort of sequel, “Broken Theater,” further digging into the strained relationship and almost family from the previous project. “We’ve really dug into the themes of power, love, and chaos, which I think are all around us these days,” Smith said over the… Read More »5 Things to Do This Weekend
Hello, I hope this post finds you safe and sound. 2020 has been such a difficult year for so many people. What has comforted me the most this year is seeing how many good people there are around. Black Friday weekend is approaching this week and although we have been participating in recent years, we decided a few months ago that it was not feeling well this year. Instead, we’ll focus on kindness, especially when so many people are going through tough times. For the Black Friday weekend (Friday November 27th to Monday November 30th), we will not be making… Read More »Big weekend news from me, Baukjen – Isabella Oliver US
A pair of United States Men’s National Team midfielders made strong changes this weekend in hopes of being in Gregg Berhalter’s starting lineup for Thursday’s World Cup qualifier. against Jamaica. Tyler Adams and Yunus Musah both started for their respective European clubs in recent matches before heading internationally with USMNT. Adams played 90 minutes for RB Leipzig in a 3-0 league win over Bochum on Saturday while Musah started and played 85 minutes as Valencia secured a 0-0 draw on the road in Cadiz. Both players struggled with injuries at the start of the new European season but appear to… Read More »Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind (Musah, Adams, Scally, and more)
Hi all Here are the races of the weekend: SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021 TABLE MOUNTAIN TRAILERS (K-WAY VOB MEDIUM DISTANCE TRAIL GROUP) The race of tomorrow is TO It’s shaping up to be a beautiful day with a cold start (be prepared). Please note that there is no relaxed group. 07:25 meet at the low car park in Chappies, near the Velocity Gym We’ll see each other there! Samantha On Monday August 16, 2021, 10:15:21 SAST, Samantha Brinkmann wrote : Hi trailers Remember to follow the COVID rules below: · No large group gathering at the start or end of… Read More »K-Way VOB Trail Runners: K-WAY VOB TRAIL RUNNING: WEEKEND RUNS
Sorry Durbac. I forgot to include your race: SUNDAY 22 AUGUST 2021 DURBAC SUNDAY RACE Pack races are back! We’re on the August # Gone2Gone route! We run in packs in a friendly and social atmosphere. It is not a race. Please Note: Adherence to all required lockout regulations and rules, including social distancing and wearing a mask before and after exercise. All runners are welcome – not just Durbac or CMC members Date: Sunday August 22, 2021 Location: V&A Waterfront, in front of the Cape Town Wheel Time: Be there at 7.15 a.m. for the race briefing and ready… Read More »K-WAY VOB TRAIL RUNNING: ADDITIONAL WEEKEND RUN
Hi all TRAIL ADVICE RUN2NOWHERE ENTRIES FOR SALE “I have two tickets for sale for the Run2nowhere next weekend 11 & 12e September at Mc Gregor www.run2nowhere.co.za if you know anyone interested – it’s full and they take substitutions We are entered in the middle distance 20 & 17 km – R1350 per two day entry. “ If anyone would like to purchase them, please contact Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are the confirmations of the weekend’s races: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 2021 MOUNTAIN TRAILERS TABLE (K-WAY VOB GROUP MEDIUM DISTANCE) This Saturday September 4, 2021 we will head towards Silvermine East… Read More »K-Way VOB Trail Runners: K-WAY VOB TRAIL RUNNING: WEEKEND CONFIRMATIONS
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Hi everyone Here are the weekend outings: SATURDAY 2 OCTOBER 2021 MOUNTAIN TRAILERS TABLE (K-WAY VOB GROUP MEDIUM DISTANCE) The race of tomorrow is TO Seems like a cold and wet start (spring ?!), so be prepared for all seasons. There will also be a walking group for a brisk walk along the promenade. Route details From Mouille Point Lighthouse (Green Point) we warm up along the beach road and up Glengariff Road (please watch out for traffic). At the top of Glengariff we catch our breath, then take the trail turning right to pass over Sea Point below the… Read More »K-Way VOB Trail Runners: K-WAY VOB TRAIL RUNNING: WEEKEND RUN REMINDER
As many of you are probably aware, the Japanese Judo Federation will be broadcasting the Kodokan Cup live on their YouTube channel this year for the first time this weekend. The opening ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. JST and the finals will begin at 3:05 p.m. JST. You can find live updates here, but the text is only available in Japanese. I hate to tinker with such a quick and dirty post, but I imagine some readers of this blog may not be familiar with some of the athletes who don’t regularly get international exposure, so I thought I… Read More »2020 Kodokan Cup – Who to Watch This Weekend
The global pandemic forced the 2020 Olympia to relocate from Las Vegas to Orlando, Florida last year. It was the first time in two decades that the biggest bodybuilding event of the year hadn’t taken place in the entertainment capital of the world. This year, the Olympia will return to the Sunshine State as bodybuilding’s biggest stars vie for the title. In what promises to be fierce competition, the challengers and returning champions will take the stage Oct. 7-10 at the Orange County Convention Center in the hopes of winning one of the sport’s biggest titles and top trophies. most… Read More »2021 Olympia Weekend Coverage
DEGRADED AGING: The crown in my weekend The crown in my weekend Monday we had spring; all the snow had melted, the crocus buds were opening and I was wearing a hoodie and sneakers. Tuesday night it started to snow, and Wednesday morning so much snow had accumulated that there was 6 “of snow on my car. Today there is no more snow HURRAH! And Newfoundlanders may be able to pronounce the word “springaloud. Doesn’t the sun cast its golden glow on everything – attitudes included. Because Monday is St. George’s Day, an obscure public holiday in the Netherlands that… Read More »The Crown in my Weekend
There is a solid roster of USMNT action this weekend, starting on Friday with a few players plying their trade in Europe resting during the next international break. Friday Athletic Bilbao vs. Deportivo Alavés – 3p on ESPN + Matt Miazga and Deportivo Alavés will look to build on a huge 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid when they face Athletic Bilbao on Friday afternoon. Miazga started and played the 90s in the game, which was Alavés’ first win and first points in six matches. Miazga also avoided getting into a biting contest with Luis Suarez, so it was a huge… Read More »USMNT weekend viewing guide: An Oktoberfest weekend
I’m glad to see that the USDA’s Economic Research Service is back to work and is recovering somewhat from its forced move to Kansas City. I was particularly interested to see this report: Food-related water use in the United States varies by food category, stage in the supply chain, and eating habits. It has three main conclusions: The US food system, which provides the majority of food and drink purchased in the country, requires about a third of the nation’s total freshwater use. Agricultural production uses more than half of water for food, while later stages of the supply chain… Read More »Weekend reading: the food system and water use
Something bothering you? Talk about it here. This turtleneck with cutouts caught my eye recently – both because it’s cute, but because I’ve just seen someone else tout the virtues of this similar Paige sweater, and I had been thinking about try it out for myself – but for $ 200 + it’s pretty pricey for something it’s really just (for me, at least) sleepwear for a date. So I was excited to see this more affordable option – and in a ton of colors, too. (OOH, and 1.State has a ton of cute tops with cutouts, all under $… Read More »Weekend Open Thread
Hi everyone! October means lovely cooler weather and lots of fun family events in NYC! This weekend enjoy the Brooklyn Book Festival: Children’s Day at MetroTech, the Atlantic Antic, Puppetmobile: Little Red’s Hood in Sunset Park, Family Music Concert Series: Shine and the Moonbeams at Brooklyn Children’s Museum, What the Hex?! Witches Party at Books Are Magic, Maze by Moonlight at Queens County Farm Museum, Harvest Festival in Randall’s Island Park, New York CIty Children’s Theater: Storyland Cabaret at Rockefeller Center, Ballet Hispánico: A La Calle Virtual Block Party, Wonderspark Puppets: Three Little Pigs at at Hudson Yards, Cartoonito Mobile… Read More »Weekend Events in Brooklyn: October 1st-3rd
This article is sponsored by my friends at Dove. All opinions are mine. Dove One of my favorite things to do is researching easy ways to improve my personal grooming routine. As a millennial living in the city of Boston, you get so used to the hustle and bustle that personal care often takes a back seat. However, if you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve built up my personal grooming arsenal and picked up my weekends for ‘me time’. In the midst of working life, blogging life, family life and more, I have noticed a decline… Read More »Weekend Self-Care Routine feat. Dove — Chardline Chanel
Vous n’aimez pas lire – écoutez le podcast ici Triller. Evander Holyfield, 58 ans, considéré comme le meilleur cruiserweight de l’histoire de la boxe et l’un des meilleurs poids lourds de tous les temps, a été éliminé en moins de 90 secondes par Vitor Belfort, 44 ans, une légende de l’UFC. son propre droit, et cela pourrait être décrit comme une fin appropriée à un désordre chaotique, c’était la dernière aventure de Triller dans la boxe PPV. L’événement, qui a été déplacé de Los Angeles, en Californie, en Floride, parce que le vétéran de la boxe vieillissant, ne serait pas… Read More »Boxing Was A Mess This Weekend
Fulton vs. Figueroa not happening The fight that most hardcore fight fans had circled as the most meaningful fight of the week is now over as WBO super bantamweight world champion Stephen Fulton was scheduled to face WBA and WBC super bantamweight champion , Brandon Figueroa, with the contest winner holding three of the division’s four world titles. It was supposed to be a fight-type fight of the year on Showtime until Figueroa contracted COVID-19, and the fight was postponed, and the card is no longer happening this weekend. A few seemingly sleepy weeks of fighting, or the lack of… Read More »Not Much Boxing On Again, This Weekend
Nothing like a top heavyweight showdown, not to mention an upheaval that forces everyone to recalibrate the boxing landscape. Ultimately, this kind of event gets everyone’s attention, which means the weekend that just ended deserves a brand new podcast recap with host Alden Chodash joined by contributor to the. site Jeffrey Fuss as they look back on one of the most important fights of the year, Anthony Joshua vs Aleksandr Usyk, which put on a remarkable performance from the former cruiserweight king. Check it out: “It was a competitive duel, without a doubt, with a number of very tight rounds,… Read More »The Weekend That Was (No. 19)
Mum, Dads, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles High Flyers – join us Saturday night from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and again Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. to help redesign the gymnasium for better student access and safety. We’re moving equipment and mats to new locations to create better student paths in and around the gym and around the equipment, and we need your help. Whether you are carrying heavy loads or handling a mop or dust cloth to clean and refresh the gym, please dedicate a few hours of your weekend to helping us improve your students’ gym.… Read More »Gym Remodel Weekend – Sept 28-29
To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Bantamweight battle between Zepeda-Vargas and Carlos Caraballo-Jonas Sultan will be broadcast ESPN + from 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT Tickets starting at $ 30 go on sale Friday, October 1 at 12 p.m. ET Undefeated prospects Kasir Goldston, Paddy Donovan and Jahi Tucker to appear on the undercard NEW YORK (September 28, 2021) – Jose “Chon” Zepeda wants a third world title. Josue “The Prodigy” Vargas, born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Bronx, is hoping his hometown main event will be the ticket to the title. Zepeda and… Read More »OCTOBER 30: JOSE ZEPEDA-JOSUE VARGAS SHOWDOWN HEADLINES HALLOWEEN WEEKEND
James Rhodes brings you all the action of a busy weekend! What an exceptional week! As the track season draws to a close and the road season is in full swing, there have also been some mountain and cross country performance to bring you. A little bit of everything ! So without further ado, let’s get down to business. Towards the roads So much has happened on the roads that it’s hard to know where to start. There were quick times on Sunday Admiral Swansea Bay 10k, where Natasha Cockram scored a landslide victory, her time of 33:32 almost two… Read More »World mountain trials & lots of road action – weekend roundup
It’s a battle of nations this weekend at CHALLENGESALOU. A peloton of 40 professionals from 14 nations will line up on the shores of the Mediterranean alongside more than 500 age-group athletes to face the sixth edition of the 113km Costa Dorada race. On the men’s side, New Zealander Kyle Smith brings a Southern Hemisphere touch to the pitch with a victory at CHALLENGEWANAKA earlier this year and a third at IM New Zealand. One man who will want to secure a victory in the northern hemisphere is German rider Frederik Funk. With victories this year at CHALLENGESTPÖLTEN and the… Read More »Strong international field takes on Challenge Salou this weekend
Joelinton has his work cut out for him if he is to win over Newcastle United fans, but there have been clear signs of improvement in 2021. He may not be the £ 40million goalscorer we all hoped for, but he seems much more comfortable playing on the left side and put in another positive performance against Watford on Saturday. In fact, Sky Sports revealed he won more aerial duels (12) than any other Premier League player in week six of play. It might not be a glamorous stat that turns anyone on, but it’s further proof that he imposes… Read More »Sky Sports confirm Joelinton has just achieved Premier League high over the weekend
Here are some things to watch out for in today’s sales. Evergreen FALL / SPRING selects the major clearances, by that I mean items that will be used year after year, e.g. trench coats, cardigans etc. have to miss out on. So what are you passionate about SUMMER? food, fashion, TRAVEL let us know in the comments below !! Like today’s post TO SHARE with a friend, also be sure to sign up for our newsletter for exclusive content and upcoming events; follow this blog on Youtube to not miss any video. TIPS OF THE DAY HOW TO GET TONE… Read More »Memorial Day Weekend Outfit Ideas + Sales 2021
Planning a fall day trip from Greenville? Fall is my favorite time of year for day trips or weekend adventures with my kids due to all the incredible beauty of the mountains and cooler temperatures. It’s just ideal. So we’ve compiled this list of some pretty amazing day trips (if we say it ourselves) that you could turn into a night if that’s something you and your family or loved one are looking for. This article contains Stay22 affiliate links. Fall Adventures in North Carolina Cashiers / Highlands, NC Visit here if you like hiking, waterfalls, and llamas. Distance from… Read More »6 Perfect Fall Family Day or Weekend Trips from Greenville, SC
The Recruiting Rumor Mill est de retour avec beaucoup de nouvelles et de rumeurs d’un autre week-end chargé de visites. ***** PLUS DE RUMEURS : Début anticipé pour les membres offensifs de la classe 2024 | Membres défensifs de la classe 2024 CLASSEMENT DE LA CLASSE DE 2022 : Rivals250 | Poste | Équipe | État CLASSEMENT DE LA CLASSE 2023 : Rivals250 | Poste | Équipe | État TRACEUR DE TRANSFERT RIVALS : Histoires/couverture | babillard SÉRIE DE CAMP RIVAUX : Info/couverture sur la série de camps 2021 ***** Le tacle offensif de 2023 de Belmont (NC) South Point a adoré… Read More »Recruiting Rumor Mill: Latest after another big weekend of visits
La fête du Travail marque peut-être la fin officieuse de l’été, mais les économies d’été battent leur plein ! En l’honneur du week-end de vacances, de nombreuses marques populaires pour enfants, maternité et maison réduisent leurs prix, notamment Janie and Jack, Maisonette, Carter’s, Pipette, Gap et bien d’autres. Pour vous aider à économiser, nous rassemblons certaines des meilleures ventes de bébés pour la fête du Travail. Découvrez-les ci-dessous. Dans cet article:Les meilleures ventes de bébés pour la fête du Travail à magasinerLes meilleures soldes de la fête du Travail à acheter pour les mamans Les meilleures ventes de bébés pour… Read More »The Best Labor Day Baby Sales to Shop This Weekend
Drawing: Getty Images A little off the beaten track, especially at this time of year, but this weekend sees two international competitions on these shores. First up is the Ryder Cup, which is fun for non-golfers as anyone can enjoy watching stuffy butt golfers have their sphincter tighter than a snare when playing for something else. than someone else’s money. It’s a rare phenomenon, almost exclusive to the Ryder Cup. Almost always Team Europe is filled with guys you’ve barely heard of, and maybe a big champion or two, if that’s the case. You’d think the much more heralded US… Read More »Ryder Cup and Laver Cup set to begin this weekend
This post may contain affiliate links. If you click on one of my links, I may receive a small compensation at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting The Penny Pantry! Read My Disclosure Policy The Weekend Wrap-Up: All NEW Target & Drugstore Deals, FREE Loaf of Boudin Bread Every Month, Amazon Deals + Much More for Less! You can check out previous Daily Digests too, I keep a week’s worth of deals here. I’ve changed the format of this a bit to make it easier for you to QUICKLY see the NEWEST Deals for the day (or Weekend… Read More »The Weekend Wrap-Up Fri., Sat. & Sun. 9/24-9/26
Over the past year, we’ve spent a lot of family time at home, reinventing the wheel of ways to stay busy and have fun. As we dive into the hustle and bustle of fall activities, back to work, back to school, and full calendars, finding ways to reset and have fun with our basic family may be the last thing we do. we think. We know weekends are for sleeping (at least that’s the dream), eating pancakes, then rushing to birthday parties, soccer games, and doing all the gardening work. But this is the only time we spend quality time… Read More »Fun Family Activities to Spice Up Your Weekend
Have a good first Saturday in fall!
The weather has changed considerably here and it is just beautiful! Yesterday was in the 70s, but there was a distinct chill in the air and the sun was warm but noticeably different from the summer sun. I love this time of year.
What are you doing this week end?
Have a good Friday and I hope the yinz are doing well. The Steelers unfortunately suffered their first loss of the 2021 season in Week 2 against the Raiders. They’ll be looking to bounce back in a pretty crucial clash this Sunday afternoon against the Bengals, another home game at Heinz Field. Either way, we’ll be covering this one after the game and throughout the week, as we always do. Hope you all have a good weekend and hope you enjoyed the rest of our continued coverage. Thank you for visiting the site and we appreciate all of your excellent… Read More »First Fall Weekend: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions
What are you doing this week end? We’re ordering a pizza tonight and heading to Coney Island tomorrow, one of the boys’ favorite places in town. Toby says he’s finally going to ride the Cyclone roller coaster, although he has already said so, so we’ll see! Hope you have a good one, and here are some links from the web … Is going out to lunch the coolest kind of date? New Girl is still the best TV show on male friendship. “It’s perfectly fine for guys to love each other and admit it, and we watch Nick learn that… Read More »Have a Delicious Weekend. | Cup of Jo – Simple Ab Exercises Fitness
What are you doing this week end? We’re ordering a pizza tonight and heading to Coney Island tomorrow, one of the boys’ favorite places in town. Toby says he’s finally going to ride the Cyclone roller coaster, although he has already said so, so we’ll see! Hope you have a good one, and here are some links from the web … Is going out to lunch the coolest kind of date? New Girl is still the best TV show on male friendship. “It’s perfectly fine for guys to love each other and admit it, and we watch Nick learn that… Read More »Have a Delicious Weekend. | Cup of Jo – The Best Exercises for Your Lower Abs – Greatist
How to Spend a Long Weekend in Kentucky – Core conditioning — It’s not just about abs – Harvard Health
Vacationing in the United States is awesome, there is such a variety of places to see and you don’t have to worry about the hassle of a plane to get there. You can just get in the car and drive to a number of major cities. If you are looking for an adventure in the South, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Kentucky. This naturally beautiful state has a lot to offer in terms of culture, sports and, of course, scenery. So pack your bags and get ready for an action packed weekend in Kentucky. See the action… Read More »How to Spend a Long Weekend in Kentucky – Core conditioning — It’s not just about abs – Harvard Health
Something bothering you? Talk about it here. I was browsing the scarves at Nordstrom and found myself drawn to this McQueen scarf. Isn’t that the perfect extra layer as fall approaches? McQueen skulls are obviously a classic at this point, but they also look like some kind of adorable Halloween nod. By the way, isn’t it fun to see how modern items become classics – they are successful, they are trendy, and after a few years you start to think: style soon. I remember thinking about McQueen scarves a long time ago, almost 10 years ago. (Here is a post… Read More »Weekend Open Thread – Corporette.com
A reader, Philly Nassau, sent me the ingredient list for several “immune boosting” supplements, in quotes because I am a skeptic of supplements in general, and immune supplements in particular (I prefer to eat healthy and stay active). Immune supplements claim to be “nootropic and brain supplements for memory, brain support, clarity, focus, mood enhancement, anti-anxiety, and stress relief.” Nootropics? These are defined as drugs or supplements capable of improving memory, concentration or other cognitive functions and preventing cognitive decline. As I wish. But first, science. Diets targeted to the gut microbiota modulate human immune status. “The data highlight how… Read More »Weekend reading: Immunity, Covid-19, and Generally Good Health
Hi everyone! Fall has arrived and there are so many fun events to enjoy this weekend in NYC! This weekend check out the Fifteenth Annual Brooklyn Children’s Book Fair at Brooklyn Museum, Ed Center Reopening & 6th Birthday Celebration in Brooklyn Bridge Park, BAMkids Family Day, Celebrate Sukkot and Family Music Concert Series: Fyütch at Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the Highbridge Park Film Festival, Final Friday on Myrtle Avenue, Movies Under the Stars: The Boss Baby: Family Business in Cooper Park, Migration Celebration in South Cove, Bilingual Birdies Virtual Storytime Class in French, Story Time with FDNY Veteran Brenda Berkman at… Read More »Weekend Events in Brooklyn & NYC: September 24th-26th
Graphic: Igor Lazarevic The playoff season in Europe continues this weekend on AFI.tv with two full series of semi-final matches on the schedule. The German Football League reached the semi-finals stage, just like the Danish National League. Three of the four playoff matches will be broadcast live on AFI.tv while the fourth will be shown on German television Sport1. saturday 25 september The Søllerød Gold Diggers, who finished first in the Danish Nationlligaen, will host the Triangle Razorbacks in the first semi-final match on Saturday, September 25 at 2:00 p.m. CET (2:00 p.m., 8:00 a.m.ET). In the semi-finals of the… Read More »AFI.tv features semifinals weekend from Germany and Denmark
After an average summer of boxing, we start the fall season with a big heavyweight showdown this Saturday. At the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, UK, Anthony Joshua will defend his WBA, IBF and WBO titles against former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk. Just recently Anthony “AJ” Joshua (24-1, 22 KOs) from the UK extended his contract with Matchroom Boxing, and it was a good move for the company. Joshua is one of the biggest stars in boxing today, and rightly so. Canelo Alvarez is the face of boxing, but Joshua is there with him. Much like Canelo, Joshua sells… Read More »Who Wins The Big Showdown This Weekend? — Boxing News
Graphic: Igor Lazarevic Photo: Nicol Marschall With many leagues ending or ending, there was still a lot of football being played around the world. The German Football League the quarter-finals were held with the top four seeded teams. A match was played in Norway, while in Japan, the XLigue has completed his second round of play. Finally, in the Swiss league, the last game of the regular season has been played. Germany In the quarter-finals of the German Football League, the Dresden Monarchs had no problem taking out the Allgäu Comets, inflicting them a 50-13 defeat. The Monarchs advance to… Read More »AFI Recaps the weekend of international football
Hi everyone! Get ready for a busy weekend in NYC now that the Summer is winding down. This weekend enjoy the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival and Public Seining in Brooklyn Bridge Park, Farmhouse Family Day: Creative Composting at Wyckoff House Museum, the Flatbush Frolic, Family Music Concert Series: Divinity Roxx at Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Pop-Up Performance: Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra at Brooklyn Museum, the 95th Annual the Feast of San Gennaro, BPC Back to School in Rockefeller Park, Sunday Social on Montague Street, Green Meadows Farm: Petting Zoo Magic at Aviator Sports and Events Center, Mini Mid-Autumn Celebration for Families at… Read More »Weekend Events in Brooklyn & NYC: September 17th-19th
Over the past few weeks, I’ve revamped my wardrobe and put together some different looks as the weather cooled and fall slowly set in. In doing so, I took inventory of what I have and took notes on any additional items I need to add to create the fall looks I envisioned. For this fall, I considered sporting a rust color palette based on this rust on iron color scheme. Five colors are included in this color palette which includes Caput Mortuum, Deep Dumpling, Rust, Antique Brass, and Ruddy Brown. This color scheme was created by user Keshav Naidu and… Read More »Femme Luxe: Weekend Fall Wardrobe Capsule in Shades of Rust
Juventus failed to maintain their 1-0 lead to draw with AC Milan in Turin on Sunday, in a hotly contested affair. The Old Lady took a very quick lead when Alvaro Morata gave us the lead within four minutes of play, scoring against the run of play as the Rossoneri came out strong, but our goal certainly got us. helped to gain a foothold on things. Unfortunately we struggled in the second half and ended up being second for the rest of the game, and there would have been no complaints when we were finally caught. The 1-1 score was… Read More »All goals & highlights from Juventus’s draw with AC Milan this weekend -Juvefc.com
There were some highlights from the weekend, so let’s go over those first. *I ran ! It was pretty good during the race but Sunday wasn’t so happy ?! I am seeing Dr B this morning and I will continue with all the stretches to lengthen my calf muscles. It’s always frustrating for runners to get injured because you try to take care of your body while running! (Shorts, tank top, bra, shoes) PS I originally planned to rest until my plantar fasciitis improves, but I keep hearing and reading this stuff when it comes to the plant… * We… Read More »Things I Need to Tell You Today + Weekend Highlights.
This post may contain affiliate links. If you click on one of my links, I may receive a small compensation at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting The Penny Pantry! Read My Disclosure Policy The Weekend Wrap-Up: All NEW Target & Drugstore Deals, Halloween Deals, FREE Stuff, Amazon Deals + Much More for Less! You can check out previous Daily Digests too, I keep a week’s worth of deals here. I’ve changed the format of this a bit to make it easier for you to QUICKLY see the NEWEST Deals for the day (or Weekend Wrap-Ups.) I was… Read More »The Weekend Wrap-Up Fri, Sat. & Sun. 9/17-9/19
Celebrate the Harvest Season at Muscardini Cellars “Fall Release Weekend, ”Saturday October 2nd – Sunday October 3rd
Advertising Reservations are accepted at certain times each day from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Photo credit: Keely McCormick of Muscardini Cellars Kenwood, California (September 16, 2021) – The autumn outing weekend takes place at Muscardini cellars on Saturday October 2sd – Sunday October 3rd from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The release weekend will feature a series of new limited-production wines, each paired with fresh, seasonally-selected pizzas prepared on-site by baker Mike Zakowski of The Bejkr. Muscardini Cellars has teamed up with local baker Mike Zakowski of The Bejkr to create a pizza tasting menu made with fresh, local… Read More »Celebrate the Harvest Season at Muscardini Cellars “Fall Release Weekend, ”Saturday October 2nd – Sunday October 3rd
Have a good last Saturday of summer!
We still have nearly 80 degree wet days here so I’m MORE than ready to usher in the sweatshirt and hot chocolate time! I spied some highs in the 60s next week so obviously thrilled 🤩
Do you have something on your fall bucket list for this year?
Something bothering you? Talk about it here. What will your fall “topper” be, readers – the sweater or jacket you grab when running out. For a few years I loved the long Halogen sweater – easy to wear with skinny jeans, faux Spanx leather, dresses, whatever – but Halogen has had the cardigan in the photo for about a year now, and this new wave of colors makes me think about it. (It’s also available in black, tan, and navy, but there are super saturated colors available right now, including the “blue spectrum” pictured. It also comes in plus sizes!)… Read More »Weekend Open Thread – Corporette.com – The Effect of Abdominal Exercise on Abdominal Fat : The …
Something bothering you? Talk about it here. What will your fall “topper” be, readers – the sweater or jacket you grab when running out. For a few years I loved the long Halogen sweater – easy to wear with skinny jeans, faux Spanx leather, dresses, whatever – but Halogen has had the cardigan in the photo for about a year now, and this new wave of colors makes me think about it. (It’s also available in black, tan, and navy, but there are super saturated colors available right now, including the “blue spectrum” pictured. It also comes in plus sizes!)… Read More »Weekend Open Thread – Corporette.com – Abdominal Muscle Strain Exercises – Summit Medical Group
Leonard Barkan. The Hungry Eye: Eating, Drinking and European Culture from Rome to the Renaissance. Princeton University Press, 2021. What a treasure. I am always asked all the time, “What is food studies?” “ Leonard Barkan, professor of English and art, and my esteemed colleague from NYU until he was wowed by Princeton, answers this question directly in this book. … Food and drink barely enter cultural discourse without forming the center or outer periphery of an argument. (p. 142) Food, he insists, fits into everything human. The tension between its material (earthly) and metaphorical (symbolic) meanings makes food impossible… Read More »Weekend reading: Leonard Barkan’s Hungry Eye
To shareTweeter There is nothing terrible that happened this boxing weekend that hasn’t already been easily reprimanded in advance, and well reprimanded. Sometimes it’s better to leave the best word out of it all, quickly sweep away the leftovers and move on. In the fight of all senses – a fight deprived to some extent of its significance by the failed doping tests of No.1 junior lightweight Oscar Valdez – the fighter with all the support of a network and a promoter and a athletic commission and a belt sanctioning organization and the crowd won a close fight, a fight… Read More »Our Vulgar Weekend: Oscar Valdez Wins, Evander Holyfield Loses
Monday through Friday is a chore all their own, but now even weekends require a warrior mentality, with all the errands, shuttles for the kids, drinking wine and other garden varieties that need to be done. to be taken in hand. 48 fleeting hours. Loungewear is here to save lazy Saturdays and Sundays from total fashion oblivion by taking you in style from morning coffee to afternoon nightcap and everything in between. We asked Bare Necessities buyer Melissa McDonald for her top tips on how to leave home feeling good, but never sloppy. 5 casual weekend fashion tips for all… Read More »5 Weekend Fashion Tips for An Effortless Style
The new NFL season is now on and we’ve taken a look at which teams have been the winners and the losers in the first round of matches. Pittsburgh Steelers – Winners The Steelers (3/1 to win AFC North) produced one of the first-round shocks, coming in 10 points to beat defending AFC East champions the Buffalo Bills 23-16 on the road. It wasn’t a dominant display for Mike Tomlin’s squad as the Bills paved the way for wins and first downs, but the Steelers produced a defensive display worthy of their name as they forced the mistakes of their… Read More »Steelers catch the eye on NFL’s opening weekend
The IInspiration just made my weekend. – Chuck The Writer – Plank with Oblique Crunch : Abs, Back – MSN Health & Fitness
As you may know from reading my blog on a separate period of time, I like pro wrestling a bit. And two wrestlers that I really appreciate are Cassie Lee and Jessica McKay, who until recently worked at World Wrestling Entertainment as IIconics (now known as IInspiration). Their “Off Her Chops” podcast is part of my personal blogroll, and it’s a decent and enjoyable listening experience. Both are just fun to listen to, they are goofy, they are sincere, and they are fun. And with all of that, their podcast producer often asked podcast listeners (the “pork chops”) to send… Read More »The IInspiration just made my weekend. – Chuck The Writer – Plank with Oblique Crunch : Abs, Back – MSN Health & Fitness
A weekend in Monemvasia Last weekend my husband and I “escaped” with our baby to Monemvasia! It is a place of the Peloponnese in the district of Laconia. It was brief, it was refreshing and it was our first trip since our daughter was born! Monemvasia old town Let me tell you how was our weekend in Monemvasia with our baby! So, I will first give some information about the area! Monemvasia is a village in the Laconia district and it is known for its picturesque landscapes as it has an amazing medieval castle! The village is sort of divided… Read More »A Weekend in Monemvasia with baby –
I had no excuse to skip strength training on Saturday. The kids wanted to play with chalk outside in the driveway, and I had all of my weights watching me from the garage. I didn’t mean to, but I did it anyway. sunrise / sunset, animals, waterfalls, rivers, ocean, beautiful architecture, kind humans, creations of God, etc. . * The possibility every day to go for a run. It’s simple. That’s wonderful. It is one of my greatest gifts. ————————————————————————————————————- Tell me about some of the simple pleasures you experience as a runner? What about one of your last run?… Read More »Simple Pleausres for Runners + Our Weekend!
Why yes, it’s that time of year again – “5 Random Things” time! While we had a few random posts last summer, I think the weekend slate is now diverse enough to return to the semi-regular status of ‘5 Random Things’. So, let’s dive into it with the usual mix of tech and non-tech. 1) Final shot of Samsung Watch4 There’s almost nothing I hate more about video production than filming b-roll. Except perhaps by integrating said b-roll. But above all just shoot it. Whereas conversely, I really enjoy the “A-Roll” (speaking) part. Mainly because I feel like I’m accomplishing… Read More »5 Random Things I Did This Weekend
Wingding article on the impact of weekend recruiting OldSchoolWolverine September 12, 2021 at 9:50 p.m. Login or register to post comments September 12, 2021 at 9:50 p.m. I thought I would continue the Wingding thing ….. 🙂 ….. Steve Wiltfong wrote a glowing article about our impact on recruiting from gaming experience yesterday. https://247sports.com/Article/Michigan-football-recruiting-Washington-Jim-Harbaugh-Walter-Nolen–170782258/ MGoBoard Soccer comments MgoBlaze September 12, 2021 at 9:53 PM ^ The sons Wingding and Zap Zinger were almost as good as those in football. Joined : 07/12/2020 MGoPoints: 226 drjaws September 12, 2021 at 9:55 PM ^ MGoBlog said we can’t recruit wide receivers because… Read More »Wingding article on weekend recruiting impact
This weekend in New England, fall lets us know he’s here. But he does it gently and gently. We enjoy blue skies and autumn sun and pleasant daytime temperatures (low-mid 70s / 22-24 ° C), with sweater and jacket temperatures at night. Friday night I went to a book club yard birthday party for my friend Lisa. There was good food, a conversation around the fire, catchy chants when the cake came out, and then … Dancing! It was not planned. Someone said, “Hey let’s go dancing! So we did. Hostess Michele was our DJ, mostly playing hits from the… Read More »Catherine’s spontaneous backyard dance party weekend – FIT IS A FEMINIST ISSUE
Model Will Garza is photographed by Blake Yelavich in various brands of underwear for DNA Magazine. Photographer Leandro Ramos’ model Pedro Maia in a beautiful editorial for Louscious Magazine. Our Instaman award this week goes to our underwear fan and model Nicolas. Check out the “Versatile” editorial in HUF Magazine photographed by Edward Xue with model Nino Ceperkovic posing in underwear and clothing from various brands. M. Bradford photographed by Hubert Pierre Pouches for RUFSKIN in Eroticco Magazine. Do not miss the two new sublimating briefs from Adam Smith full of innovations for a smooth buttocks! This week’s offer at… Read More »Weekend Feast with Will, Mr. Bradford, enhancing trunks and more!
We know the pandemic is far from over, but we’re slowly starting to regain our freedom and if you’re thinking about going back to old ways, here are some suggestions for one. luxury lifestyle weekend at Singapore. Singapore is one of the safest countries in the world and also one of the the most visited. With a combination of high levels of education, environmental protection and an excellent communication network, with English being one of the official languages, the eccentricity and luxury of this destination are some of the reasons why you should put this country on your wish list.… Read More »Experience a Luxury Lifestyle Weekend in Singapore
Penn State football linebacker Brandon Short enjoyed the sight with his family on Friday night at downtown State College. The two-time team captain and current Penn State board member greeted the Penn Staters crowd at a welcome rally on Fraser Street ahead of tomorrow’s home opener against Ball State, saying to alumni and fans in attendance that their support during games and throughout the year really makes a difference. Photo credit: John Patishnock Ah yes, that sounds familiar to me. Friday night at downtown State College. In autumn. Before the home football opening game. Has it really only been 18… Read More »Weekend Party – The Football Letter Blog
Weekend at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino I’m not a big fan of Las Vegas parties and craziness, well I was, but now I prefer cooler, more relaxed destinations. But on my last trip to Las Vegas I changed my mind thanks to the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, I stayed at the hotel for 2 nights and totally enjoyed its atmosphere. It was a great mix of casino, restaurants and blissful poolside time. To be fair, I didn’t even leave the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino for the 3 days as there was everything I needed… Read More »Weekend at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
Friday, September 10 The blues at the crossroads is back for its 20th anniversary on September 10 and 11! This outdoor event is a tradition of the two-day Terre Haute Music Festival. Come enjoy your favorite Midwestern blues and rock bands while exploring dealerships, merchandise, yoga classes and more! Swope Presents: Live Art Demonstrations at Bluesfest. Local artists will demonstrate their skills during the two Blues Nights at the Crossroads Music Festival on September 10 and 11. Stop at the Swope Tent in downtown at the corner of 7th and Wabash to learn about local potters, painters, jewelry makers and… Read More »What To Do This Weekend 9.10-9.12 – The Best Exercises for Lower Abs Shape
Hi everyone! So much to do this weekend in NYC so get ready for a busy time with the family. This weekend check out Pop-Up Performance: Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra at Brooklyn Museum, Farmhouse Family Day; Wonderful Wind Chimes at Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum, Piper Theatre Student Productions at Old Stone House, Sprinkler Day at Asphalt Green, Raya and the Last Dragon in Marine Park, ABCirque & Play at The Muse Brooklyn, Movies Under the Stars: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water in Paerdegat Park, New York Classical Theatre: King Lear at Brooklyn Commons, “What Makes Home, Home?” with the Brooklyn… Read More »Weekend Events in Brooklyn & NYC: July 16th-18th
The 2021 Irish Champions Weekend will be in full swing at the Curragh on Sunday 12 September. In the wake of the Irish Champion Stakes and the star map in Leopardstown across Dublin, here are some of the best bets from Flat Horse Racing HQ on the Emerald Isle. Support the best Irish Champions Weekend 2021 bets with QuinnBet after signing up as a new customer and recoup 50% of any losses as a free bet up to £ 25. Here are more details on the valuable horses in the market. See More Free Daily Horse Racing Tips on the… Read More »Irish Champions Weekend 2021 Betting Tips | Curragh
Two articles on similar themes have recently appeared. Is It Time To Break Big Ag? – The New Yorker Nationally, the four largest dairy cooperatives now control over fifty percent of the market. They were able to grow so big, in part thanks to a 1922 law called the Capper-Volstead Act, which provided significant exemptions from antitrust laws for farmer-owned co-operatives. “The agricultural industry is different from other industries because Capper-Volstead allows them to combine in a way that other people would go to jail,” said Allee A. Ramadhan, a former antitrust lawyer with the Ministry of Justice. Justice who… Read More »Weekend reading: Break up Big Ag
Three games are free to play on Xbox this weekend – Why Am I Not Losing Weight? 21 Mistakes Men Make Eat
Microsoft has announced that three games will be free from today until the end of the weekend, and it’s a very nice list of games, including a sports title, a tactical shooter, and a metroidvania. brutal. September 10, 2021 TIPS OF THE DAY GET YOUR ABS & OBLIQUE SHREDDED FASTER Electrical Muscle Stimulation EMS GET TONE AND FIT FASTER
Naina Redhu is a professional photographer and visual artist. Her career, which spans 17 years, began with an MBA in Computer Science and Systems, an Innovation Management Consultant position, branding and graphic design work for international clients, entrepreneurship full-time solo as an experience collector. Naina started her blog 17 years ago and has gone from writing about creativity and innovation to sharing case studies on branding and graphic design to eventually become a destination for some of the top luxury and lifestyle brands as Naina writes for and photographs them. . Having traveled all over India as a child (the… Read More »The Hindu Weekend – Naina.co
New adjustment Paul Dummett could well enter the field to make his first appearance of the season against Man Utd on Saturday. The 29-year-old suffered a calf injury in pre-season against Doncaster Rovers and resumed full training ahead of the international break, but has yet to feature for us so far this campaign. Kenton Dummett’s boy has been a reliable member of the NUFC setup for several years now and even managed a last-minute equalizer against Man Utd in an exciting 3-3 draw in 2016. With Newcastle looking fragile in defense so far this season, Dummett could come back to… Read More »Time for ‘Mr. Reliable’ to return to Steve Bruce’s XI – starting at Man Utd this weekend?
Nearly 450 festivals this weekend with over 110 of those festivals in Ohio! If you don’t have any plans this weekend, this post should be a real treat for you because there is so much going on no matter your interest. If you like beer, food, history, art – even skunks – I have a festival for you! And this isn’t only for Ohio. Many states, this weekend, have more festivals going with respect to other weekends. You should also know that, if you’re having trouble deciding on a festival to attend, I have a slew of Festival Reviews for… Read More »Super Festival Weekend with 450 Fests: September 9-12, 2021
Hi friends! How’s the week going? Hope you have a nice morning. We’re back in town after a magical long weekend in Sedona. Sedona is one of my favorite places around the world, and I’m always grateful for the opportunity to get away from it all and enjoy scenic hikes and adventures with the family. This was our first time taking Maisey on vacation with us and she was a huge fan. I think she believes every drive is an epic adventure. (Her first puppaccino and she was in it.) We left on Friday morning and the traffic was crazy.… Read More »Weekend Sedona adventure – The Fitnessista
On Saturday, Martha suggested we aim for a Labor Day long weekend triathlon, in which we walk, breathe and connect. If you replace “bike” with “walk” (which I have to do given the condition of my left knee), I think our long weekend went pretty well. We biked, raced sailboats and connected with friends. It’s the weekend before the university opened for students and classes, so it wasn’t just a hobby. But I have the impression that the work / rest mix was quite balanced. Friday after work we biked Prince Edward County with our friend Alex. The trip included… Read More »Labour Day weekend, last summer days cramming in all the fun – FIT IS A FEMINIST ISSUE
INDEX From the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn Written by Sandy Rustin Additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price Based on the movie Paramount Based on the Hasbro Clue board game Directed by Heidi Winters Vogel ABOUT THE GAME Based on the iconic 1985 Paramount film, inspired by the classic Hasbro board game, Clue is a hilarious prank that meets a mysterious murder. The story begins in an isolated mansion, where six mysterious guests gather for an unusual dinner where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host is found dead, they all become suspects. Led by the… Read More »What To Do This Weekend 6.25-6.27 – Lower Ab Exercises Chunk Fitness
Valley Commons Soft Launch this Weekend – Official Launch Sept 8 – What are some good lower ab exercises?
The wait is over – Valley Commons Winery officially opens next week at the District Wine Village. Valley Commons phased launches will begin on Saturday, September 4, prior to the launch on September 8. After months of planning and a lot of hard work, September 8 is a big day for husband-wife duo Kyla Richey and Rudy Verhoeff. This is the day they open the doors to – Municipalities of the valley in the South Okanagan Wine District (DWV). The winery will also be doing a ‘soft launch’ at DWV starting Saturday September 4th for long weekend visitors. Those at… Read More »Valley Commons Soft Launch this Weekend – Official Launch Sept 8 – What are some good lower ab exercises?
Maybe we should stop rationalizing our lack of vacation weekend travel plans to our friends with bogus claims like “Labor Day is so early this year.” The truth is, we know Labor Day weekend always falls on the same date, and we love to stay in the city during the holidays. New York’s Labor Day weekend usually means fewer people, 8 p.m. bookings galore, and a group united by one common element: they haven’t planned to leave. If you remember, here are seven things going on in the city to check out. new York Characteristic: New CDMX spot about to… Read More »7 Exciting Things To Do & Eat In NYC This Labor Day Weekend – New York
Well hello everyone! It’s Labor Day weekend where we try to do as many late summer activities as possible in 72 hours. The image shows a stump covered in moss. Photo by Georg Eiermann on Unsplash As hurricane season is upon us and several hatches will be closed, there are plenty of fun ways to get in shape over the long weekend. Here are five ways to spruce up your journey to prepare for fall: Take a hike, or a walk, or even a winding walk. If you spend a good part of your weekend getting ready for fall, it… Read More »Labour Day Weekend Follies – FIT IS A FEMINIST ISSUE