close Video Social distancing put to test as Americans flock to beaches for Memorial Day weekend Laura Ingle reports from Lido Beach in New York. Apparently not all beaches are created equal. Or at least that’s what Tripadvisor’s updated " Top 25 Beaches " list is suggesting, which ranked some of the most popular seaside destinations around the world. The travel planning and review website made its determination based on user responses left on Tripadvisor.com in the last 12 months, according to a press release issued Tuesday. TRAVEL REPORT IDENTIFIES TOP SEARCHED DESTINATIONS FOR SUMMER 2021 In Tripadvisor’s release, 10 U.S. beaches were highlighted as standouts for 2021. Five of which were in Hawaii and two were in Florida. Meanwhile, the West Coast secured two spots in the top 10 and the East Coast secured one. "Whether your preferred kind of beach is preened and pristine or rugged and rough, this list of … [Read more...] about Top 10 beaches in the US, according to Tripadvisor
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Anymore, the Carmelo Anthony trade lives on the periphery. There are still scattered boos at the Pepsi Center when he touches the ball. There remains scant buzz when he is introduced to the crowd. But he’s not a huge draw in Denver, no longer a must see — even if it is just to come to the game to boo. A sparse audience Tuesday night confirmed that. It has been five years since Anthony forced his way out of Denver. The Nuggets beat his team in Denver, 110-94, but such an outcome has been par for the course since he left. Anthony has never won a game in Denver since he left, going 0-for-3. And while any pain inflicted on the court to Anthony mattered significantly to fans early on, it’s barely a blip now. So much has changed. In the Nuggets organization, the trade is hardly ever brought up. Coach Michael Malone wasn’t here for it. General manager Tim Connelly wasn’t here. Only one of the players involved in the trade was even on the court Tuesday night — the centerpiece, … [Read more...] about Carmelo Anthony’s return to Denver doesn’t burn as before; Nuggets beat Knicks
Rob Gough, with the 1952 Mickey Mantle card he paid a record-setting $5.2 million for last month. Photo: Berk Communications This time last year, the only sports cards Rob Gough owned were the ones he’d collected as a kid. Somewhere in his possession are plastic sheets filled with Michael Jordans, Shaquille O’Neals, and assorted members of the 1990s Cincinnati Reds, all mass-produced and worth roughly the cardboard they were printed on. These days, Gough’s collection looks a bit different. The entrepreneur says that by mid-January of this year, he had spent $10 million on various trading cards, a spree that culminated with his biggest purchase yet: $5.2 million for a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle in nearly perfect condition. With that, he shattered the record for the price of a single card. It was a jaw-dropping purchase but hardly an isolated event in a suddenly torrid sports-card market. The previous record for the priciest sale ever had been set just months before, in August … [Read more...] about Why Did Someone Pay $5 Million for a Baseball Card in 2021?
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is a Democrat from New York. Sheila Davis, DNP, is the CEO of Partners In Health , an organization that works to provide high-quality health care to impoverished communities globally. The opinions expressed in this commentary are their own. View more opinion on CNN. (CNN) Two overlapping crises have our country in a literal death grip: the Covid-19 pandemic that has killed more than 500,000 people , and the crushing economic downturn . We believe there's something that can help. Building a new public health workforce will provide permanent, quality jobs to bolster neglected health systems; create new career pathways, particularly for women and people of color; and ensure greater health equity in the Black and brown communities hardest hit by the virus. Over the last year, Covid-19 has laid bare the failures of our health system, which invests enormous sums in treating illness and paltry sums in preventing it. With limited staff … [Read more...] about The workers who could get us through this crisis
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for February 24 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. If you’ve ever thought about a move to the Ozarks, you’re not alone. More than 26,000 people have applied for a program that will pay them to move to northwest Arkansas . The Northwest Arkansas Council’s "Life Works Here" program is offering the money to remote workers willing to move to the region, Fox News previously reported. The program will also provide the new residents with a bicycle to enjoy the region’s miles of trails or a membership to a local art or cultural institution. More than 26,000 people have applied for a program that will pay them to move to northwest Arkansas. (iStock) THESE 6 CITIES AND THIS STATE WILL PAY YOU TO MOVE TO THEM The program has already selected its first 25 recipients, it announced this week. They include an executive chef and James Beard … [Read more...] about 26,000 people applied to move to Arkansas and get $10G