Patrick Ryan USA TODAY Published 5:00 p.m. UTC Aug 6, 2018 Your MoviePass deal just got a lot less sweet. On Monday, the harried movie ticket subscription service announced that it's scaling back its plan to three movies a month, after nearly a year of allowing users to see one film a day for just $9.95. The news comes after a particularly frustrating couple of weeks for subscribers, marked by a $5 price hike (later reversed), restrictions on seeing major new movies and multiple outages when the app wouldn't work – the result of the company running out of cash. Fortunately for thrifty moviegoers, theater chains have smelled blood in the water and devised their own money-saving subscription plans. Cinemark Movie Club, for instance, gives you one movie ticket (3D showings excluded) at Cinemark theaters for $8.99 per month; unused tickets roll over and the fee includes 20% off concessions. Alamo Drafthouse is also starting to … [Read more...] about With MoviePass cutting back, which movie ticket subscription is your best choice?
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Roger Naylor Special for The Republic Published 11:00 p.m. UTC Aug 2, 2018 Describing hiking trails at Grand Canyon as easy sounds like a contradiction, but just it’s a matter of choosing the right direction. Start walking east or west and you’ll generally enjoy a lovely woodland stroll. Turn north or south and you’ll encounter a pretty steep drop-off. So give your knees and lungs a break. Here are the best easy trails at Grand Canyon National Park (with a couple of moderate ones). Stay mostly atop the rims and enjoy the cooler temperatures. And, oh yeah, the views aren’t bad either. South Rim trails Rim Trail This is the Big Kahuna of easy walking. Imagine a trail with incredible canyon views, one right after another. Now imagine the trail is level, shady and offers pickup and delivery service. Welcome to the Rim Trail. Panoramas are endless on this 13-mile long path that is mostly paved as it stretches along the edge of the South Rim from the … [Read more...] about 7 easy hikes at the Grand Canyon, plus 3 not-too-difficult ones that go below the rim
View Comments A new database, with affordable housing addresses and expiration dates, set to be unveiled to the public later this month, is designed to help preserve and augment the affordable housing supply in Oregon The state has more than 62,000 subsidized housing units for families with 80 percent or less of area median income, according to the Oregon Affordable Housing Inventory. Yet the need for that housing far exceeds its supply, according to a March study by the Oregon Center for Public Policy. About 530,000 Oregon households struggled to afford housing in 2016, defined as those that spent 30 percent or more of their income on rent or mortgage payments. About 79,500 of those spent 50 percent or more of their income on housing, according to the study. The completed inventory, expected to be unveiled to the public later this month, is intended to help Oregon Housing and Community Services to preserve existing subsidized housing with expiring affordable housing requirements … [Read more...] about Inventory: State has 62,000-plus affordable units
July 25, 2018 By Greg Ferraro LAS VEGAS – Senior Care Plus, the Medicare Advantage plan from Hometown Health, is teaming up with P3 Health Partners to bring its 4.5-star rated Medicare Advantage plan to Medicare eligible residents of Clark and Nye counties. This announcement means Clark and Nye county Medicare recipients will have new health care choices beginning January 1, 2019 and can select Senior Care Plus as their Medicare Advantage plan during the upcoming annual enrollment period, October 15 – December 7, 2018. “The relationship between Senior Care Plus and P3 Health Partners will focus on the provider and patient experience and healthcare outcomes through high-value care and benefits,” said Ty Windfeldt, Hometown Health CEO & Renown Health Senior Vice President. “P3’s community of experienced providers deliver excellent patient care at their physician-led clinics where they specialize in helping southern Nevada’s seniors remain … [Read more...] about Hometown Health’s Senior Care Plus Medicare Advantage Plan Expanding into Clark & Nye Counties by Partnering with P3 Health Partners