Feb. 22—Mount Rainier National Park will offer online trip planning and reservations on recreation.gov for the June 1 through Sept. 20 peak hiking season.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see real-time site availability and secure definitive backcountry trips for the popular Wonderland Trail and other locations. While the park has offered advance reservations for wilderness camping and climbing for over 20 years, the 2021 shift to fully online reservations
When disaster strikes, chef Jose Andres and his team at World Central Kitchen (WCK) always seem to be ready.
Andres’ crew has been in Dallas since Friday, Feb. 19, serving free meals to people suffering from power outages or who are hungry and thirsty, after a wave of ice and snow blanketed the state. The World Central Kitchen team remains in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin, with plans to
A mile of canyon walls was damaged by graffiti in an Arizona national recreation area, officials said.
Rangers at Glen Canyon found and removed about 800 square feet of graffiti from sandstone canyon walls, park officials said Tuesday on Facebook.
Feb. 21—Eric Webster was standing in a Fleet Farm when he saw a flexible metal sheet. He grabbed it and after he started shaking it, his face lit up with glee. That’s when a confused-looking employee stepped in and said, “Sir, can I help you?”
Webster’s excited response: “Doesn’t this sound like thunder?”
As a member of the Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society, Webster is always on the lookout for
Thanks to its beauty and variety of local attractions, the 34.5-mile-long Kancamagus Highway is designated as an American Scenic Byway. The drive, which is part of Route 112, cuts through New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest. The Kancamagus Pass is the highway’s highest point and, to situate you,
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Parents: Ana and Miguel Hernandez
School: Wenatchee High School
Career goal: School superintendent or policy analyst
Personal theme song: “come out and play” by Billie Eilish
Morning person or night owl? Afternoon butterfly 🙂
Me in a twitter hashtag: #JustDoinMyOwnThang
Last book I read: “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” by Suzanne Collins
Favorite apple: Granny Smith
Favorite comfort food: Teriyaki chicken
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Some Rhode Island municipalities are updating their COVID-19 vaccine information as the state expands its eligibility.
While most cities and towns are still working to get residents 75 and older vaccinated, people 65 and older are now able to sign up for an appointment at state-run clinics and select CVS and Walgreens locations.
To make an appointment at the state-run site, visit VaccinateRI.org or call (844)
“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