"Since May 29, when Illinois moved into Phase 3, our courses have seen an over 20% increase in rounds compared to same period of 2019," said Naperville Park District Director of Golf Kevin Carlson. "We've also seen high levels of participation in our junior programs, camps, clinics and leagues. We are looking forward to our Senior Amateur and both the Senior and Fall Scrambles beginning later this month. Some changes to the events were required to remain within current guidance, such as field size, but we expect participants will still enjoy the chance for some competition." … [Read more...] about Springbrook and Naperbrook Golf Courses to Host Fall Tournaments
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Throughout the month, Spectrum TV customers can choose classic favorites, documentaries and award-winning movies, often based on real-life stories from the LGBTQ community. Movies will be listed in the On Demand portal, under the category "Pride Month LGBTQ." … [Read more...] about Charter Celebrates Pride Month with LGBTQ Movies On Demand
“In my working with the administration over a period of those eight years, I saw a man who didn’t quite understand the Latino experience to at the very end of those eight years recognizing that [it was] the same treatment, the same trepidation, the same obstacles that his grandfather faced coming from Ireland,” she said about Biden. “And that shook him to the core.” … [Read more...] about Inside Team Biden’s Plan to Maximize DACA Decision
America is on the cusp of an evictions crisis, with an estimated 23 million people at risk of losing their homes. A federal eviction moratorium—which barred evictions on government-backed residences to protect the millions of Americans who lost income due to COVID-19—expired in late July, with a $600 per week COVID-19 unemployment benefit expiring several days later. Although some states have their own eviction moratoriums on a wider array of homes, those are often also slated to expire soon too. … [Read more...] about Aggressive New Guerrilla Tactics Target America’s Eviction Machine
Avangard is what the U.S. military calls a “hypersonic glide vehicle.” Propelled to high speed by the same kind of rocket that boosts a satellite or an intercontinental-range nuclear warhead, a hypersonic glide vehicle follows a different kind of flight path than other payloads do. Staying relatively close to Earth—reportedly around 300,000 feet up (about 91,000 meters), just below where the atmosphere ends and where space begins—the hypersonic vehicle glides toward its target at many times the speed of sound, potentially performing small maneuvers en route. … [Read more...] about Putin Claimed His Hypersonic Missiles Were Invincible. Then He Jailed the Developers.