Picture this: you’re wafting along a square – some might even call it a piazza – moments from a picturesque beach, wearing something very stylish, expensive and made of linen. Music pipes out of restaurant windows and buzzy conversation about art and so on tinkles along around you melodically. You
New Yorkers can play a role in revitalizing the state’s economy by vacationing in-state this year, the New York State Tourism Industry Association (NYSTIA) says.
The New York State tourism industry was one of the hardest hit sectors during the pandemic.
Average annual employment in the tourism and travel industry
Cars passing Warren Kapsner’s front yard often slow down or even stop to admire the view, the way people check out spectacular holiday light displays in December.
Also spectacular and by day almost as bright, Kapsner’s Golden Valley lawn is covered with vivid spans of yellow and white daffodils —
With no combine, socially-distanced pro days, a bushel full of good-but-not-great prospects and a lot of information not out there for the general public (and maybe even for some teams), this year’s draft hits different. Throw in the later-than-usual draft dates, and it’s clearly a stranger variation.
Not that any
For years, the stranglehold held by the NCAA over its Division I athletes has been concerning.
Its arrogance was particularly annoying when a coach left a school for a “better” job. While coaches were free to flee for a bigger paycheck, the athletes they recruited were stuck at that school
Audra’s Footprints sells athleisure, spirit wear, personalized items and some unique hand-made items from local crafters and small businesses.
Leigh Blackorby, owner of Peace, Love & Junk, also has a move-to-Pinckneyville story.
Blackorby was living in Jersyville when she met Brian Sronce. She commuted back and forth to Pinckneyville for