0 This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Arts & Entertainment Pub Crawl Ghost Tour October 24th 2019 Family Friendly Ghost Tour October 25th & 26th Patricia Rist , Community Contributor Posted | Updated Reply Please join the Bethel Historical Society on October 24th for their annual Pub Crawl Ghost Tour, for 21 and over, and on October 25th and 26th for the Family Friendly Ghost Tour led by storyteller, Marty Bishop. Stop along the way for libations and appetizers at The Note – Ecco – Putnam House. Registration limited to 25. Please go to Bethelhistoricalsociety.com to register. Thank Reply Share The views expressed in this post are the author's own. Want to post on Patch? Register for a user account. Ghost Tour Pub Crawl - Family Friendly Ghost Tour The … [Read more...] about Ghost Tour Pub Crawl – Family Friendly Ghost Tour
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Kate Middleton definitely turned heads Tuesday when she showed up to her first official event of 2019 rocking jeans and combat boots. Britain’s Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is given a tour of allotments as she visits the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington, London, Britain January 15, 2019. Tolga Akmen/Pool via REUTERS Britain’s Catherine Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington, London, Britain January 15 2019. REUTERS/John Sibley The Duchess of Cambridge looked just as gorgeous as ever wearing brown skinny jeans during her visit to King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington, London. (RELATED: 20 Reasons To Celebrate Pippa Middleton’s Birthday [SLIDESHOW]) Britain’s Catherine Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington, London, Britain January 15 2019. REUTERS/John Sibley Britain’s Catherine Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington, London, Britain January 15 … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton Rocks Jeans And Combat Boots Combo At First Official Event Of 2019
DORAL, Fla. — To hear the 52-year-old Phil Mickelson’s account, whatever happened this year in his golf career — a greed-fueled rupture, a simply-business parting of ways, an inevitable estrangement, a lucrative exercise in denial and downplaying — has yielded something close to sublime. “I see LIV Golf trending upward, I see the PGA Tour trending downward and I love the side that I’m on,” Mickelson said this month in Saudi Arabia, the country whose sovereign wealth fund bankrolled the new LIV Golf circuit, including a Mickelson contract believed to be worth about $200 million. As the series closes its first season Sunday, when its team championship event is to be decided at Trump National Doral Golf Club and a $50 million prize fund divided, it can credibly claim that it has disrupted men’s professional golf more than anything else since the late 1960s, when what would become the PGA Tour emerged. It has done so with a checkbook that seems boundless, nearly unchecked brazenness … [Read more...] about LIV Golf Threw a Sport Into Chaos. It Also Changed It.
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 9 Slather on the sunscreen and hit the road as you find your summer music bliss with our list of major outdoor Northern California music events and festivals (in chronological order). Strawberry Music Festival, Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley (May 25-29) Lucinda Williams, Richard Thompson, Jerry Douglas Presents Earls of Leicester, Rodney Crowell, Marcia Ball, Elephant Revival, Sarah Jarosz, Steep Ravine, New Orleans Suspects, Molly Tuttle, others. http://strawberrymusic.com BottleRock Napa Valley, Napa Expo (May 26-28) Foo Fighters, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Maroon 5, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Band of Horses, Fitz and the Tantrums, Dirty Heads, Live, the Naked and the Famous, Michael Franti and Spearhead, others. www.bottlerocknapavalley.com Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley John Legend (May 27), Ryan … [Read more...] about The ultimate guide to summer concerts in Northern California
Everyone is feeling the squeeze. “Mortgage rates are sky high, prices are sky high, and there’s no inventory,” said Mark Zandi, the chief economist at Moody’s Analytics. “This may be the worst time in my living history for the home buyer — it just doesn’t make sense.” Mortgage rates recently broke 7 percent, the highest since 2002, and more than double what most borrowers paid near the start of the pandemic. Between soaring prices and rising rates, the typical home buyer in October paid 77 percent more on their loan, per month, than they would have last year, according to Realtor.com. With a national median asking price of $425,000 and a 10 percent down payment, that works out to an additional $1,117 every month. Home contract signings fell for the fourth straight month in September, down 31 percent, compared with September 2021, according to the National Association of Realtors. The same month, search interest in the phrase “U.S. Housing Bubble” reached a 15-year high, … [Read more...] about The Housing Market Is Worse Than You Think
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A peculiar purple light native to the Berkshires casts a flattering glow on the valleys of Western Massachusetts. For me, the light of nostalgia also glows there. Decades ago, I was a flunky at the Williamstown Theater Festival , which I recall fondly even though I spent a lot of my time making French toast and getting yelled at. Flunkies at the festival today — they’re called apprentices — don’t get yelled at much. And their labor now supports a slate of productions whose technical polish and top-drawer casting often approach Broadway levels. Three plays I caught last weekend, here in Williamstown and 40 miles south in Stockbridge, were evidence that the straw-hat days of B-list performers and cardboard flats are long over, and even my memories of dusty classics earnestly revived need revamping. Still, the work produced in the country these days is not the same as what we usually see in the city: It is often more exploratory and more serendipitous. I … [Read more...] about In a Summer Theater Weekend, Odd Couples and Immigrants on the Make