Market bull predicts calmer June but delivers a summer swoon warning

Investors may get relief from volatility this month. According to CFRA Research's Sam Stovall, Wall Street just entered a historically calm month. "June really is sort of a lackluster month in terms of average returns [and] in terms of frequency of advance," the firm's chief investment strategist told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday.
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Everything coming and going on Netflix in June

ONE EYED JACK'S — It is happening again: A new month has begun, which means that a new batch of movies and TV shows is coming to all your favorite streaming services. This June comes with some unfortunate news, though. The first two seasons of the cult-classic, surrealist, supernatural drama "Twin Peaks" will be leaving Netflix at the end of the month, according to a news release from the company. Fans of Agent Cooper and the Log Lady should be sure to binge through the show's original run before it leaves Netflix on June 30.
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The Best Thing That Will Happen to You in June, Based on Your Zodiac Sign

With Memorial Day weekend in the books, shot girl summer is (unofficially) here. And with COVID-19 rates in this country trending down as vaccination rates ascend, we can quite literally breathe a little easier as we safely enjoy sunshine and good company. As for what’s in the stars this month, though, prepare for a big shift with the upcoming solar eclipse in Gemini on June 10, which is sure to bring out-with-the-old, in-with-the-new energy for everyone. There are also other transits this month that will play a role in determining the best day in June astrologically for each sign.
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10 TV Shows You Should Binge-Watch This June

Summer TV means summer bingeing. And this month, we’ve got 10 series to get ready for. Among them, you’ll see an unusual amount of freshman titles returning for their second seasons – with five Certified Fresh first seasons to watch, total – and in preparation for Loki, we’ve got the rare feature film binge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So: Buckle up!

Your June Horoscope Is Here, & These Dates Will Mean Major Shake-Ups

June is a major astrological month filled with thrills, chills, drama, big love — and every feeling in between. Lovely Venus enters Cancer on June 2, softening up our hearts and tightening up our wallets. The solar eclipse in Gemini on June 10 is a time of reflection, change, and implanting new desires into our lives. Action planet Mars enters Leo on June 11, motivating us to fight for what we love. Soon after, on June 14, austere Saturn and rebellious Uranus square off for the second of three times in 2021. (The first time was February 17 and the third connection will be December 24.) This is a very fraught and intense energy that will create shakeups, breakups, and breakdowns. We are knocking down old structures or beliefs and building new ones then. Be kind to others and yourselves around this time, as this energy can be argumentative.
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Columbus Monthly’s 2021 Summer Entertainment Guide for June

The summer of 2021 doesn’t have the dread of last year’s endless cancellations, but nothing is a sure thing either. Every event comes with an asterisk, as the state moves toward a full reopening with the specter of COVID-19 still present. Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, May 27-Sept. 5. Near the...
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New on Netflix June 2021

Here are the new movies and shows you can stream in June, including “Lupin” and “Too Hot to Handle.” Check out some of the highlights below, or scroll down to the full list, five things you should definitely watch and what’s leaving Netflix this month. Fatherhood. Kevin Hart stars as...

June is stacked with new movies. Here are 12 to watch for.

Movies are back in full force this summer, and June feels like the month the floodgates break. There’s action comedies! Experimental documentaries! Sexy European romantic tragedies! Horror flicks! In the Heights is coming out and so is Zola. Plus a new Pixar movie and an animated film about a chainsaw-wielding George Washington leading a team to fight Benedict Arnold. Get ready, friends.
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U.S. Border Travel Restrictions Extended to June 2021

By tweet, the Department of Homeland Security announced an extension of the travel restrictions at the Northern and Southern land and sea borders until June 21, 2021. These borders have been closed to “non-essential” travel since March 2020 due to COVID-19. According to the restrictions:. Individuals are not admitted for...
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The Local 303: Colorado Artists We’re Featuring For June 2021

Feeling the Pride with this month's Local 303. Representation of Colorado's LGBTQIA+ community takes center stage with new and returning voices. We're welcoming back Colorado artists with new records and singles that we can't get enough of including indie-folk duo LVDY from their springtime debut. Former Denver-by-way-of-Iceland artist John Grant will release his new album "Boy From Michigan" at the end of June, so we are giving you a sneak peek of it. We'll also be playing electro-pop artist ZEMBU's new single "Mixed" about the "complexities of growing up mixed race" and reconnecting with her Japanese ancestry. Also returning, Claire Heywood, who has come out since being featured last March.
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Area news in brief for June 2

HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Salem Historical Society Museum will be open all four Sundays in June at 208 S. Broadway from 1 to 4 p.m. Last tour begins at 3:30. The featured exhibit is Suffrage Centennial, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote. The gift shop, at 239 S. Lundy, will be open those days from 1 to 3:30 pm. Fathers will be admitted free when accompanied by a family member on Father’s Day, June 20. For information, call 330-337-8514.

Why June 1 is an important day for the Eagles

It’s almost June 1, which is a big day on the NFL calendar. It’s a big day for the Eagles too. Well, there’s a difference in the NFL between trading or cutting a player before and after June 1 and it deals with the salary cap. In general terms, if...