10 Movies That Will Make You Nostalgic For ’90s Fashion


As vintage fashion trends are becoming popular, many people are casting their gaze back towards the ’90s. Many young professionals also came of age during this period, so with fatter wallets compared to their student years, it comes as no surprise that their nostalgia for the decade reflects in their shopping choices. It’s also been 30 years since the beginning of the ’90s, so movies from this generation have

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Palm Coast city officials discuss renewing Palm Coast Connect

Erica Van Buren
| The Daytona Beach News-Journal

PALM COAST — City Council members will vote Tuesday  on whether to renew the nearly $176,000 licensing agreement for Palm Coast Connect, a 311 citizen engagement platform.

According to city officials, Palm Coast Connect has allowed for a more streamlined engagement between city staff and residents. Residents can access virtual town hall meetings and the business resource center; receive email notifications, alerts

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Rosa Parks Circle ice rink to open Friday with health and safety protocols in place

This year, instead of arriving on a first-come/first-serve basis, skaters must reserve one-hour blocks of time.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids will once again transform into an ice rink for the winter season.  

The City announced Monday that the rink will open Dec. 18 and will remain open through Feb. 21, weather permitting. Admission to the rink will be $2, with skate rental included.

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Traffic deaths in N.J. are up this year, despite less cars on the road. Bad behavior is to blame.

Traffic fatalities in New Jersey are higher than they were this time last year and on a deadly trend to finish 2020 with more deaths than last year, despite a drop in traffic earlier in the year, due to the coronavirus.

Safety experts said the death toll in New Jersey reflects what’s happening nationally, that traffic deaths increased in 2020, despite COVID-19 travel restrictions that emptied the roads during the

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Property taxes in Terrebonne and Lafourche are due by the end of the year

Dan Copp
| The Courier

It’s property tax time again for Terrebonne and Lafourche. 

Terrebonne and Lafourche parish property owners received annual tax notices through each parish’s sheriff’s office. Property taxes are due by Dec. 31. Late fees will begin at a rate of 1 percent per month after Jan. 1. 

Taxes can be paid online, by mail or in person. 

Because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, officials are urging

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This Animation Proves Just How Tough Navy SEAL Training Really Is

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There’s no shortage online of videos where athletes, bodybuilders and other fitness influencers subject themselves to the Navy SEALs physical fitness test, challenging their functional fitness and determining whether they’ve got what it takes to be accepted into training.

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Coloradans brave the elements for the perfect tree | Colorado

It was a winter getaway less than an hour from Grand Junction with the focus on a Christmas tradition.

On Saturday, locals immersed themselves in an onslaught of snow on Grand Mesa just to snag the right Christmas tree.

All you could see were headlights peeking through a downpour of snow and silhouettes on the side of the road as Grand Mesa took on the aesthetic of a John Denver

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