Why Grammy Eligibility for Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ Is a Completely Moot Question

“Could Taylor Swift’s remake of ‘Fearless’ be nominated for the Grammys?” It’s a question that has arisen repeatedly in the short time since Swift released “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)” and promised that her full-length recreation of the blockbuster 2008 “Fearless” album would arrive in April.

It’s an interesting question… in a completely theoretical, “Who’d win in a fight, Santa Claus or Jesus?” kind of way, in that it will never

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Why Earth Inc. Believes Now Is the Perfect Time to Reintroduce the Tamaris Brand to North America

After 50 years in shoemaking, Earth Inc. is checking off a new first.

This month, the Waltham, Mass.-based private company announced its first licensing and distribution deal with European fashion-comfort brand Tamaris, to reintroduce the line to the North American markets for fall ’21.

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Earth, best known for its namesake and spin-off collections of wellness-oriented footwear, sees big opportunity with the Tamaris line, particularly in today’s

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So many hopes, dreams in LSP discussions | Jersey Journal editorial

After a public hearing and three public breakout sessions – and with surveys seeking community input still being done – the state Department of Environmental Protection has a lot to consider as it continues working on the restoration plan for Liberty State Park’s “interior.’’

A number of positives have come out of this process, which, in our experience, has been an unusually extended one for the state.

First, recently named

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In Brief: Keep off the ice, Girl Scout cookies, summer camp and more in the North Hills

Ice reminder

Allegheny County police issued a warning this week for people not to use iced-over North Park Lake for recreations other than ice fishing.

“Hiking, ice skating or playing hockey on the ice is strictly prohibited and violations to the county ordinance are punishable by a fine of up to

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