Dolphins claim third straight victory, top Jets 24-17

Tua Tagovailoa threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Myles Gaskin early in the fourth quarter and the Miami Dolphins hung on to beat the New York Jets 24-17 on Sunday for their third straight victory. A week after an impressive win over Baltimore, the Dolphins (4-7) overcame a few penalties …

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The pros and cons of booking now

(NerdWallet) – For the thousands of travelers who intended to fly on Southwest Airlines over the Columbus Day / Indigenous Peoples Day weekend – but instead their flights were canceled – no advance planning could have been guarantee a smooth arrival. Instead, even the most proactive planners have had to …

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Jerry Cantrell talks about new solo album, opening Great White

“Demonstrating and collecting ideas is like money in the bank,” says Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell of songs from his new solo album, Enlighten, released October 29. “There are all kinds of great ideas that never get used or taken care of, or that don’t match the time or …

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Former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre leaves race to become new chairman of media regulator Ofcom

Former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre has stepped down from the race to become the next chairman of media regulator Ofcom. The 73-year-old has revealed he is not going to apply for the job again after his initial application was unanimously rejected by an interview panel. In a letter to …

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Bob Dylan back in New York: review, set list

Bob Dylan’s Never Ending tour never really ended, only on hiatus. Last month, he and his band kicked off his Rough and Rowdy Ways tour, marking his first live appearances since the start of the pandemic. Tonight he returned to one of his usual haunts, the Beacon Theater in New …

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Cowboy Bebop Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Supernova Symphony

The finals are tricky, and the show’s finals that adapt the beloved canon are even more so. Cowboy Bebop Season 1 Episode 10 manages to surprise us with an original ending and delivers an exceptional final fight but lets us down on all other measures. Modern series are designed for …

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What is climate anxiety and how can Norfolk fight it?

Posted: 6:00 a.m. November 19, 2021 Youth services and counselors grapple with more and more young people battling climate anxiety, as uncertainty about the future and fears for the environment continue to wreak havoc. A global survey of some 10,000 young people in 10 countries found that nearly 60% of …

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All holiday content on Prime Video this year

Prime Video subscribers are going to be in for a treat this holiday season with a full library of seasonal titles available at no additional cost. You can stream classic Christmas must-haves like It’s a wonderful life Amazon Originals, including Kacey Musgraves Holiday Show, and With love (Coming December 17.) …

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Now You Can Track Power Outages, City Plans, and More With Lawrenceville’s New Geographic Information System | New

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On why we’ll go to the mattresses to save Callan Park

It had to happen. Nimbyism has been militarized by the vultures of culture. First, it was the developers who would shame those who didn’t want to share their backyard. Now the creatives are doing it. First, we love the culture. We love creatives. Without them, we are like this planet …

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