Michele C. ( Mackin) Grant, 42, of Rutland, died unexp ectedly after an accident, Sunday, April 8, 2018, at her home. She was born in Rutland on Aug.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Everything is going right for the Boston Red Sox, and it has propelled them to the best start in the franchise's long history.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) Runoff from a winter that approached or exceeded record snowfall across much of Montana is washing out roads, flooding fields and spilling rivers and streams over their banks much of the northern part of the state.
PARRISH, Ala. (AP) A stinking trainload of human waste from New York City is stranded in a tiny Alabama town, spreading a stench like a giant backed-up toilet and the "poop train" is just the latest example of the South being used as a dumping ground for other states' waste.
A goofy sense of inconsequentiality is an underappreciated trait in comedies. There's an abiding charm to movies so low in their stakes and so loose in their order that they feel as if at any moment they might fall apart. Films like "Caddyshack" and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" are good examples, but outside of the loose absurdities of some of Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's films ("Step Brothers," ''Anchorman") most of today's big-screen comedies are more conceptually tidy.
One road changed everything for this frozen wilderness
An important and timely book, in the wake of Grenfell Tower, which emphasises how public investment enriches lives In June last year, three days after the fire at Grenfell Tower, John Boughton wrote a restrained yet furious post on his blog, Municipal Dreams, about the legacy of refusing to treat council housing with the dignity it warrants. For almost four decades, we have been taught to see public spending as a bad thing; ruthless economising as a virtue Public investment enriches lives; here it would have saved them. The best memorial to all those who have lost their lives in Grenfell is that we as a nation choose collectively to invest in safe and secure public housing for all who need it.
On the most recent episode of The Thrive Global Podcast with iHeart Radio and Sleep Number, Thrive Global founder and CEO Arianna Huffington, an Uber board member, sat down with Bozoma Saint John, the Chief Brand Officer at Uber. In a wide-ranging conversation, Huffington and Saint John spoke about everything from her relationship with sleep to overcoming loss and grief.
In an interview, the leading New Urbanist Peter Calthorpe discusses autonomous rapid transit, Buckminster Fuller, NIMBYism, and his new urban-planning software.
The architect and urban designer Peter Calthorpe was an advocate of transit-oriented development (TOD) and smart growth long before those concepts were buzzwords.
Marketing is a tool used on a global basis to delegitimize elections and, with it, democracy.
That much was underscored by Facebook
There's no telling how certain myths and various tidbits of wisdom get passed down. Unfortunately, when they do, they have a tendency to stick around even if they aren't or are no longer true.
We're calling it now: Air fryers are the Instant Pot of 2018.
We're always on the lookout for new kitchen gadgets that will make cooking easier and more fun.
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April 17 2018 The American Academy of Sleep Medicine in a position statement claimed fatigue and sleepiness are inherent safety risks in the human cloud, ride-sharing industry.
Uber and Lyft announced programs that require drivers to take a break after driving for a certain period of time.
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Some start-up founders follow a business plan; others operate by the seat of their pants. This package looks at how entrepreneurs can carefully craft a strategy in advanceand whether that's what they should do.
3D fonts are an eye-catching element inside your typographic toolbox. They can be used consistently across both web and print, and, implemented cleverly, will energise your designs, creating stunning work that's fit for your design portfolio.
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You just gave birth to this miraculous little human being. Youre exhausted. You havent showered in days and youre in full postpartum mode.
The first thing Lorraine Etchell sees each morning is the sun rising over the Sonoran Desert and illuminating the iconic Camelback Mountain. She doesn't even have to leave her bed to become one with the desert: From her mattress, she can see the horizon stretching out before her and watch groups of Gambel's quail scuttling around the cacti and creosote bushes.
Yep, this is huge. But you got this.
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