Surely everyone’s enjoying this now. It’s such chaos that if someone in the House of Commons popped in an amendment to confirm that Britain after Brexit becomes a village in Lapland, it could easily slip through by accident – and we’d be committed to replacing the rail network with a reindeer. Each night the news sounds like American football commentary, as presenters tell us: “That’s a 303-258 reverse on the amended amendment facing a return with 85 per cent ERG follow through going forward onto the Article 50 extension. That’s a helluva backstop, how do you see this one playing out, Jed?” It’s quite possible Theresa May has already resigned, but no one could hear her as she’s lost her voice, so there will be a constitutional crisis as lip-readers argue whether she’s still prime minister, and Michael Gove insists her coughs spelled out ‘I think we should do whatever Michael wants’ in … [Read more...] about Opinion: Who cares about food? Brexit is Britain’s best entertainment show
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Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The best sunscreen for your kids and the environment Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Afew bad burns in childhood can double a person's risk of melanoma. Republic file pohoto Fullscreen Ultra violet radiation damage is cumulative, so apply it regularly. Getty Images Fullscreen Stacey Woods protects her 4-month-old son Ted, from the sun with a hat the covers him well and zinc oxide for his face. Rick D'Elia/D'Elia Photographic Fullscreen House Bill 2134 would allow sunscreen in Arizona schools. Teachers and volunteers would be able to apply sunscreen to students with written parental permission. Getty Images/iStockphoto Fullscreen Liahona Varo, 8, puts sunscreen on her mother, Monica Varo, at the Mesquite Aquatic Center pool on July 7, 2017, in Gilbert. Loren Townsley/The Republic Fullscreen Kay Yan applies sunscreen to Matthew Yan, 3, from … [Read more...] about The best sunscreen for your kids and the environment
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn America’s 50 best cities to live Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 24/7 Wall Street created a weighted index of over two-dozen measures to identify the best American cities to live in. The communities on this list span the country from coast to coast but are disproportionately concentrated in the Midwest. Thinkstock Fullscreen 50. Williston, North Dakota: Williston is a modern day boom town, one of many cities in the state rapidly transformed by oil extraction. People are flooding into Willison and other nearby towns at a high rate. Over the past five years, Williston's population exploded by 65.5%. Andrew Filer from Seattle (ex-Minneapolis) / Wikimedia Commons Fullscreen 49. Grove City, Pennsylvania: Like many communities on this list, Grove City's high quality of life is supported by a strong job market. Over the last five years, the city's average … [Read more...] about Want great quality of life? These are the best cities to live in every state across US
As the Coachella Valley bakes in the summer heat, area hotels have turned up the “chill” factor to appeal to tourists even when it’s 120 degrees outside – and many say it’s working. “We have been close to sold out every weekend,” said Chris George, marketing director for La Quinta Resort & Club. About two years ago, in studying the content people viewed on the resort’s website, George said they found that 90 percent looking to book a summer getaway searched for places with a swimming pool. With that information, La Quinta Resort began focusing its guest experiences on ways to stay cool, no matter how hot it gets in the desert. COMING: Three well-known brand hotels planned in Palm Desert, La Quinta, each situated along major thoroughfares RELATED: Visitors in 2017 spent over $5.5B in the Coachella Valley BEST OF: Kimpton Rowan, Holiday House, Rossi in Palm Springs make Condé Nast best new hotels in US list This … [Read more...] about Trying to beat the heat? From Palm Springs to La Quinta, these hotels are upping the ‘chill’ factor.
After a dubious start to spring, with a snow storm on its inaugural day, the weather has finally begun to warm up. Before long we’ll be seeing the beginning of the regular weekend rush to the Shore. But with pool and beach season approaching, another subtle change will occur – pharmacies will be stocking their shelves with myriad types of sunscreen. Why has sunscreen become so important? With the increase in life expectancy, improved quality of life and time for outdoor fun, as well as the unfortunate popularity of indoor tanning, the U.S. is undergoing an epidemic of skin cancer. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Sunscreens, lotions and lip balms that combat the summer sun Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Planning some activities in the sun this 4th of July weekend? USA TODAY's Erin Jensen recommends some products to stay cool for the summer. J Pat Carter, AP Fullscreen Let's start with … [Read more...] about Which sunscreen is best for you