Starting Sunday, August 23, Metro will increase its level of service. Due to budget constraints and staffing limitations, Metro is not able to return to the same level of service that was provided earlier in the year. However, as businesses and college campuses make plans to open in the fall, Metro must increase its current service level to accommodate as many riders as possible while its reduced bus capacity limits (20 riders per bus) are still in effect.
An exciting announcement was recently made by Cartoon Network, the channel that broadcasted the original series from 1998 2005. We don have much free time between trying not to fall behind in our studies and perhaps working a bit to help relieve our crushing debt. A lot of us like to read but often don have the time.
While movie theaters remain closed and entertainment options remain limited, Starfish Junction has positioned itself as one of the leaders here on Long Island, owning the biggest pop up drive in screen, 52 feet, available locally. There are a limited number of tickets available for each showing. Tickets ($40 per carload), are on sale now for opening weekend.
New markets have been created by advances in lens technology, which in turn have led to improvements in sunglasses designed for driving. According to a 1993 survey by Colorado based National Demographics and Lifestyle, 91 percent of the men and women polled all of whom were 25 years or older mentioned driving as their No. 1 reason for wearing sunglasses..
Freedman looked at all Emirates flights from Dubai to Hong Kong between June 16 and July 5. What he found is quite telling. During those three weeks, Emirates had five flights with seven or more infected passengers on each flight, for a total of 58 coronavirus positive passengers flying on eight hour trips..
Zanou, her husband and their three children had left West Africa for what she believed would be a better life in Montreal.It wasn’t. Tough enough to adjust to a place where colour can always be an issue, but tougher still when her husband finds it difficult to adjust to a society where the male dominant culture he left behind is not the norm here.As a consequence, Zanou underwent harrowing periods of violence before deciding she had to take her life and those of her kids into her own hands if she were to survive.Zanou’s story, as well as several other women from Togo and the Ivory Coast, is the focus of Togo born director Gentille M. Assih’s poignant National Film Board of Canada documentary Into the Light.