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There’s No Better Place To Spend Your Summer Than These 7 Hidden Illinois Spots

For many of us, summer is the best time of year. It’s time to get out and explore places we never get to when the weather is cold. The warm air and sunshine inspire us to go out and connect with nature and find activities to do outdoors. But sometimes we don’t want the crowds […] The post There’s No Better Place To Spend Your Summer Than These 7 Hidden Illinois Spots appeared first on Only In Your State.
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The Big Lead

Here Are ESPN's NBA Summer League Broadcast Plans

Mark Jones, Doris Burke and Cassidy Hubbarth will be on the call for a primetime doubleheader on Sunday night as ESPN kicks off its coverage of the NBA Summer League, The Big Lead has learned. All 75 games will be carried on ESPN platforms throughout the 10-day Las Vegas event, including 38 on national television. The opening-night double dip, which caps an eight-game Day 1 slate, will pit the Detroit Pistons against the Oklahoma City Thunder at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 with Phoenix Suns-Los Angeles Lakers to follow. The Jump, featuring Rachel Nichols, Kendrick Perkins and Matt Barnes will air on-site the following Monday and Tuesday.
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Video Gamesgosugamers.net

ESL One Fall 2021 first invites feature teams from four different regions

The first five direct invites to the $400,000 ESL One Fall were handed to teams from South America, Southeast Asia, Europe and CIS. ESL One Fall is set to take place at the end of the month, from 21st to 29th of August, about one month before the big TI 10 battle. A total of 12 teams will play for a share of the $400,000 prize pool and a shot at claiming the championship title.
California StateCity Farmhouse

California Casual Inspired Pea Gravel Patio

It was the summer before my junior year that we traveled the coast of California for three straight weeks. We flew into Burbank and spent time in LA, Big Sur, Yosemite before ending up in San Francisco. Looking back, it was the one of the best trips of my life, so it would only be fitting after all these years that California living would still inspire me.
LifestyleAir Facts Journal

Breaking my own “rules to fly by”

My passenger-side wing was pointed straight down at the mountainous terrain below us and, seated behind me, my good friend and her six-month pregnant daughter gasped in sheer terror. Just a moment before, we had been cruising in CAVU conditions while meandering along the windward ridgeline of the Presidential Range in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Brooklyn, NYgodsavethepoints.com

Hurry: Three Michelin Star Dinners Worth Traveling For With Capital One!

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RecipesAnchorage Daily News

Sweet summer corn is a surprising and delicious twist for homemade ice cream

Last week was all about corn fritters and I couldn’t bear throwing away the naked cobs. So I decided to go back in search of some recipe notes from my days as a magazine food editor where one summer we tested sweet organic corn in everything from salads and puddings to ice cream and cakes. Yes, the natural sweetness of summer corn pairs well with cream and vanilla for a surprising twist on an iced summer treat. Depending on the sweetness of the corn, you can modify the amount of sugar. I also like subbing in Medjool dates (my favorite online option is from Rancho Meladuco) for processed sugar, but the dates do add a depth of caramel flavor; if you want pure, sweet corn flavor go for sugar instead. I’ve given both options in recipe below. Then play around with flavors—stir in wild local berries or fresh garden herbs, maybe a bit of crème de Cassis or Bourbon. Or even some freshly-ground black pepper or pink peppercorns. And for fun, try garnishing with popped corn or salty-sweet kettle corn.
Moore County, TNthemoorecountynews.com

Local library helps stem summer slide

Libraries are often thought of as quiet, almost reverend, places where whispering is a requirement. If you have spent any time at Moore County Library, it is frequently bursting with activity that is full of vibrant noises. Those noises are the result of the MCPL staff educating our children while allowing self-expression and fun!

Bonobos' Rec Shorts Are Your All-in-One Summer Savior

Welcome to The Esquire Endorsement. Heavily researched. Thoroughly vetted. These picks are the best way to spend your hard-earned cash. You may think you have all the shorts you need to ride out the rest of summer. I did. But sadly, dear reader, I've discovered that we're both wrong. You...
Sherman, TXKTEN.com

Sherman homeowner generates income by renting her pool

SHERMAN, Texas -- A pool-rental platform similar to Airbnb is giving anyone the chance to host a backyard pool party. Swimply lets anyone become a host and offer their swimming hole for profit. Anji Renfro started offering her Sherman pool for rental in June. "A man in Aurora, Colorado, had...

Rookie forward Greg Brown is all in on Trail Blazers Summer League

Get ready to witness some fun dunks and elite overall athleticism in Las Vegas while watching Trail Blazers rookie forward Greg Brown III. After entering the 2021 NBA draft with zero picks, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired pick No. 43 from the New Orleans Pelicans for a future second-round selection and financial considerations.
Public Healthfoxync.com

N.C. Residents Can Get $100 Cash Cards For Getting COVID Vaccine

Not only are all COVID-19 vaccines free, but we’ll help pay for the time and transportation to get one—making vaccinations more affordable and convenient for everyone. Anyone 18+ who gets their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at a participating location will receive a $100 Summer Card* in the form of a Prepaid Mastercard®, and anyone who drives someone to get their first dose will receive a $25 Summer Card.*

Scratchpad: Help us capture your summer

Summer feels a little different this year. Maybe you’ve finally experienced the stomach flutter that goes along with riding a county fair ferris wheel again. Or, felt like pinching yourself when the resonating vibrations of music hit your ears at a live concert. Perhaps you relished the return of a...
Sonoma, CApediastaff.com

Easy at Home! Fork Paint Puffer Fish Art Project

As a native Floridian, I have spent a lot of time at the beach. I love breathing in the salt air, especially along the Atlantic coast. It can instantly relieve my stress and bring me back to my childhood. Summers on the coast were some of the best times of my life. One summer I remember finding a puffer fish that washed ashore, it was so fascinating to me! I have always loved sea life and I long for summer days on the coast as soon as the weather warms up. And, my teacher friends are working on summer projects for their classrooms. So, I thought it would be the perfect time to share a fork paint puffer fish art project!

After transformative summer, key to Canucks' redemption is commitment

VANCOUVER -- For one summer and the hockey season that followed, Travis Green’s buzzword for his players was “adaptable.”. The coronavirus forced change and adaptability on all of us. But after a miserable pandemic season for the Vancouver Canucks, who plummeted from within a game of the Stanley Cup playoffs’...
Utah StateSalt Lake Tribune

One summer storm doesn’t end Utah’s drought, weather expert says

One strong rainstorm may cause flash floods and backed-up storm drains, but it doesn’t end the drought that has plagued Utah this summer, according to a weather expert. “This certainly helps, getting some rain,” said Jim Steenburgh, professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Utah and an expert on mountain climate. “But we’re still way in the hole.”