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What Was Dusty Hill of ZZ Top’s Cause of Death?

Dusty Hill, bassist and founding member of ZZ Top, the legendary Southern blues-rock band known for their trademark long beards as much as their hits, died in his sleep earlier this week. He was 72. ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons and drummer Frank Beard broke the news to fans via a Facebook post on Wednesday.
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Elderly Woman, Grandchildren Robbed at Gunpoint During Home Invasion in Southern Anne Arundel County

An elderly woman and her grandchildren were robbed at gunpoint during a home invasion in Southern Anne Arundel County. On July 28, 2021 at approximately 12:00 a.m., officers responded to the 100 block of Sansbury road in Friendship in reference to three suspects entering a residence and robbing the occupants at gunpoint. Two suspects entered through a bedroom window, assaulted a juvenile victim, punching the juvenile in the face and placing the juvenile in a headlock. The suspects removed cash, a laptop computer and a gaming console from the bedroom.
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Biden pushing federal workers -- hard --to get vaccinated

WASHINGTON — (AP) — President Joe Biden is announcing strict new testing, masking and distancing requirements for federal employees who can't — or won't — show they've been vaccinated against the coronavirus, aiming to boost sluggish vaccine rates among the millions of Americans who draw federal paychecks and to set an example for employers around the country.
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Alabama’s COVID positivity rate now highest in nation

Alabama now has the highest COVID positivity rate in the United States. Data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services shows Alabama’s positivity rate on PCR tests - the most accurate type of COVID test available - was 18.5% on July 26, the most recent date for which data was available.
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Outdoors In: A Mediterranean-Inspired Sanctuary in Raleigh

With its floor-to-ceiling windows and herb-filled courtyard, Ela and Lars Gardner created a dream home for their family that’s anchored in their love of nature. As a child, Ela Gardner spent her summers in Turkey, swimming in coves in the Aegean Sea, picking ripe figs, and perusing the bazaars. “I loved watching the boats, and all the bougainvillea that grew everywhere,” she says. “There was so much great family and outside time.” Her husband, Lars, grew up with a similar connection to nature in rural Southern California. Surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, and lush gardens, he hiked and biked in his spare time.

How to Pickle Watermelon Rinds

Written by Emily Storrow | Photography by Jonathan Boncek. No doubt a product of the Southern conviction that nothing should go to waste, pickled watermelon rinds are a Dixie delicacy that, for many, evoke memories of grandmothers pulling out jars of sweet pickles on sweltering summer days. Traditional pickled rind recipes call for clove, cinnamon, and heaps of sugar, which renders the rinds to a near candied state. But we’re putting a spin on the classic, brightening the brine with fresh ginger and infusing it with star anise pods, cinnamon sticks, and pink peppercorns.

Roasted Feta Shrimp and Polenta

It may look fancy, but this shrimp and polenta recipe is easy enough to make on a weeknight. Roasted shrimp with oregano, garlic, red peppers, capers and white wine are tossed with juicy Campari tomatoes and spinach and served over creamy polenta. Top it all off with a generous sprinkle of warmed feta cheese for a flavor-packed, quick meal to add to your family dinner rotation or enjoy with friends.

How to plan the ultimate girls getaway in Nashville

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