Heidi Montag & Audrina Patridge Recreate Boozy ‘RHOBH’ Scene


The cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Heidi Montag and Audrina Patridge recreated a memorable scene from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

In a hilarious clip that was posted then deleted to TikTok and Instagram, The Hills: New Beginnings stars gave a fresh take on a famous exchange from the Bravo reality show.

In the clip, the two MTV stars and another friend were seen

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More gloom on the horizon for UK high street, think tank warns

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There is more gloom on the horizon for the beleaguered UK high street in the first half of this year as lockdown restrictions weaken consumer confidence, according to the latest research.

The KPMG Ipsos Retail Think Tank forecast that retail health will fall by two points in the first three months of the year, as the renewed surge in the pandemic hits non-essential stores.


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Weigh in on Jersey City master plan | Opinion

By John J. Metro

Where do you see your personal growth in the next five or 10 years? What about our community’s growth, how we commute, utilize parks and occupy housing?

The Jersey City master plan survey is a questionnaire asking residents for input on community objectives and the future vision of our everyday lives. Your comments are important, as feedback will help drive long-term city planning goals and strategies

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‘Some Kind of Heaven’ Director Lance Oppenheim on the Sometimes Sad Reality of Living in the World’s Largest Retirement Community

What could be wrong with spending your retirement years in a kind of candy-colored, sun-drenched utopia where you can enjoy a second youth, partying at dance clubs, performing on cheer squads and going to margarita parties?

That’s the question posed by “Some Kind of Heaven,” a documentary about life in The Villages, the world’s largest retirement community, near Orlando, Fla. With 120,000 residents, The Villages offer a massive array of

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A cool piece of art: Minnesotans flock to Mpls. park in search of frozen cave man sculpture

By Sharon Yoo | KARE 11

Spend enough time out in nature and you just might stumble onto something incredulous — like a cave man frozen in time, standing by a trail at Theodore Wirth Regional Park in Minneapolis.

“Every person we’ve talked to, they said they came to the park to specifically find this piece,” artist Zach Schumack told KARE 11. 

“It’s Wirth park, which is our neighborhood park,

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‘I’m not hopeful.’ Will the county’s new COVID directive slow the virus in Charlotte?

Local leaders disagree on whether a COVID-19 directive — amounting to strongly-worded recommendations that can’t be enforced the same as emergency declarations — will have the same success as previous stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the virus.

The main thrust of this week’s new public health guidance pleads with Mecklenburg County residents to further scale back gatherings, work and school, instead using virtual platforms to stay connected.


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This is how Fort Bragg currently looks in the midst of COVID-19

Rachael Riley
| The Fayetteville Observer

As Fort Bragg continues to administer doses of the coronavirus vaccine to those who meet guidelines, the installation still remains at the same health protection level it has been under since March. 

The post has operated under a health protection level of “Charlie” during most of the COVID-19 pandemic, with leaders continuing to monitor the virus’s impact in local communities and the state.


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Today’s events for Jan. 14 | Entertainment


The Lower Savannah Council of Governments will meet via zoom at noon Thursday. For more information, visit [email protected]

The Henry Laurens Chapter South Carolina Society Sons of the American Revolution will meet at noon Thursday at Bobby’s Bar-B-Q, 1897 Jefferson Davis Highway, Warrenville. The Rev. Douglas A. Puckett will be the guest speaker. He will give a presentation on Benedict Arnold. For more information, call Chapter Secretary Neel Flannagan

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Peabody presents designs for Riverwalk | Local News

PEABODY — The former Clark Steel Barrel and Drum Co. on Caller Street could soon be a space where residents can ponder public art, toss a Frisbee or have a picnic with friends.

City officials and landscape architects on Tuesday presented two potential designs for a section of the Riverwalk along the North River corridor downtown. Assistant Director of Planning Brendan Callahan said the next step is to incorporate resident

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Snow play: Big crowds heading out to Washington’s winter wonderland | Outdoors and Recreation

Outdoor activities remain more popular than ever this winter with many COVID-19 restrictions still firmly in place across Washington.

The state’s winter recreation program manager, Pamela McConkey, said they sold 4,408 daily Sno-Park permits in November and December, compared to just 772 during the same time period in 2019. Season permits for non-motorized Sno-Parks saw a similar increase, from 1,236 in 2019 to 5,568 in 2020.

Early snow at high

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Mobile internet: Cuba’s new revolution

Since arriving in Cuba just two years ago, mobile internet has revolutionized life here — helping people find food, fuel and even medicine amid crippling shortages, and helping them organize protests in a country where waving a placard can land you in deep trouble.

a man riding a motorcycle on a city street: The arrival of mobile internet in Cuba a mere two years ago has enabled the creation of businesses such as Mandao, an app-based home delivery company

The arrival of mobile internet in Cuba a mere two years ago has enabled the creation of businesses such as Mandao, an app-based

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Gateway Foundation Gives a Detailed Update on its Voyager Station Concept

In 2012, the Gateway Foundation was founded with the purpose of building the world’s first rotating space station in orbit – known as The Gateway. This is no easy task and must be preceded by establishing the necessary infrastructure in orbit and the creation of a series of smaller structures to test the concept. This includes the Voyager Class station, a rotating structure designed to produce varying levels of artificial

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Finding Zug Zug: Sculpture hidden in park brings joy and wonder to Minneapolis residents

The artist behind the sculpture says he did it so we can all have something positive to talk about in 2021.

MINNEAPOLIS — Spend enough time out in nature and you just might stumble onto something incredulous.

Like a caveman frozen in time, standing by a trail at Theo Wirth.

“Every person we’ve talked to, they said they came to the park to specifically find this piece,” artist Zach Schumack

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Brookline Extends ‘Pause’ On Athletics To Recreational Sports

BROOKLINE, MA — Earlier this week, the Brookline Health Commissioner announced all school sports should cease until February because of the pandemic. Wednesday, he added non-school related recreational sports to that temporary ban.

The pause, effective immediately, includes all practices, games, scrimmages and tournaments and applies to public and private schools in town, as well as public and private recreational sports programs.

The order applies to organized sports scheduled to

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