Where To Spot In The Tall Grass’ Christine Easter Egg

In The Tall Grass is a 2019 Netflix adaptation of the Stephen King/Joe Hill story, but here’s where to spot the movie’s easter egg nod to Christine.

Here’s where to spot Christine’s cameo in 2019’s In The Tall Grass. Recent years have proven to be something of a golden period for Stephen King fans, as there’s been renewed interest in adaptations of his novels. On the big screen, there’s

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How watching TV in lockdown can be good for you, according to science

It’s easy to feel guilty when you’re lazing around in front of the TV in your pajamas, eating ice cream straight out of the tub. But it’s not an unusual activity in lockdown. The extended nature of the pandemic has turned attention to the impact that it is having on our collective mental health.

Many mental health organizations have proposed strategies to protect mental health, such as exercising, sleeping well

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New sunfish regs in effect on nearly 100 Minnesota waters

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Sunfish anglers will need to closely check the 2021 Minnesota Fishing Regulations booklet and signs at water accesses for new sunfish limits that are now in effect on 94 waters.

The new regulations lower limits on specific waters as part of a Minnesota DNR initiative to protect and improve sunfish sizes. These changes are in response to angler-driven concerns over the declining sizes of sunfish in Minnesota.


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Two Deaths, Two Major Injuries at Eldora Update


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Over the past three days, Eldora Mountain Ski Resort has logged a series of tragedies. First came a collision involving two skiers that required a multi-agency response. The next day, a 26-year-old snowboarder died after colliding with a tree, and a sixteen-year-old skier suffered the same fate less than 24

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Bedford public library, 4-H offer hands-on learning opportunities

BEDFORD COUNTY, Va. – Bedford Public Library System and Bedford 4-H are teaming up to create hands-on learning opportunities for kids.

This month, Bedford 4-H is teaching a STEM science water education series that explores flooding, pollution, irrigation, water conservation and the different ways we use water. The four-part series has a kit for every lesson.

The series aligns with Virginia SOLs and more importantly gives kids another learning opportunity

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These are the retail trends in ecommerce for this year

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

The social distancing and closure of physical stores as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused electronic commerce and virtual communication channels to grow exponentially in the last year.

By July 2020, it was estimated that the

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ABQ council wrangles over how to spend $140M in bond money

Mar. 1—The proposals include a pool, a police substation, pickleball courts and road paving.

With $140 million worth of bond questions going out to Albuquerque voters this fall, city leaders are debating exactly where that money — if approved — should go.

Mayor Tim Keller in January forwarded his plan to the Albuquerque City Council for its review and amendments.

The council’s budget committee has since narrowly approved an updated

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NM State Parks director retiring after a career of firsts

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Anti-Putin Campaigners: It’s Time to Sanction the Large Adult Sons of Oligarchs and Cronies

ATTILA KISBENEDEKBack when he was still running Russia’s FSB, Nikolai Patrushev, a longtime Putin crony who now heads the Russian Security Council, famously referred to himself and his colleagues as representatives of the “new nobility.”Nepotism is now breeding a new generation of Russian “nobles,” who are poised to take over the Kremlin upon

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Boston boosts activity in city schools, restaurants

BOSTON (SHNS) – Three hundred and forty-nine days since they were last in classrooms, some of Boston’s youngest students went back to school on Monday.

The state’s largest school district welcomed back students in pre-kindergarten through grade three whose families had opted in for in-person learning, joining the high-priority students who had already returned to school buildings.

Boston schools were forced into remote learning as of March 17, 2020 as

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How To Start a Community Fridge in Your Neighborhood

More than 54 million Americans are experiencing food insecurity as a result of COVID-19. For 40 percent of these individuals, it’s for the first time. While organizations and federal programs like Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are helping, due to the growing demand, food banks and pantries are picking up much of the slack. But this isn’t sustainable. “New York-based City Harvest spent about $10 million on food purchases
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Biden says workers in Alabama have a right to vote on union

NEW YORK (AP) — President Joe Biden said workers in Alabama and across the country have the right to join a union without intimidation from their companies. His comments come as Amazon workers in the state are voting on whether they should unionize.

In a two-minute video posted to Twitter, Biden didn’t mention Amazon by name, or say how workers should vote, but he stressed that they should be given … Read More

How can we help? Three cities in Muskegon County seek input from struggling residents

MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – Three cities in Muskegon County want to know how they can best help residents with low incomes.

For example, is transportation a big need? How about assistance with home repairs, youth activities, legal services or employment?

An online survey allows citizens of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights and Norton Shores to provide input on how an estimated $1.5 million in annual federal funding is spent in their communities.

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