River Oaks Theatre staff members will be required to complete a health screening as well as a temperature check at the beginning and end of each shift. Hand sanitizers will be placed throughout the building and plexiglass barriers will be in place at all point-of-sale stations to provide employees and customers additional protection, according to the theater. … [Read more...] about River Oaks Theatre to reopen
Legend at river oaks
“I would hope that [the new owners] would respect the historical aspect of it and want to keep the integrity of the history of that house,” she says. “It's still always going to be Maplecroft; it says that right across the front steps in the granite. It's always going to have people driving by. It's always going to have people walking by and wondering and whispering about Lizzie Borden.” … [Read more...] about Legend of Lizzie Borden (and Maybe a Ghost) Lives On in Victorian House for Sale
The teenager developed Wayt — an app designed to streamline communication between businesses and their customers, allowing users to facilitate curbside pickups, appointments, and coordinate virtual lines through their phone. All customers have to do is tap a button to notify the business they are there. The ordering, vehicle information, and all other communication is done through Wayt. … [Read more...] about Houston teen develops Wayt, an app that makes curbside pickup easier, faster
Collectively, the beers create a tapestry: Each registers a different shade of black but is created with the same sense of purpose and unity. There’s no timeline that dictates when the breweries can release their beers; Weathered Souls released its stout on July 4, selling out of 425 four-packs in just 60 seconds, but others are slated for later in August. Nor does Baskerville dictate which organizations should receive the beers’ sales proceeds. Local breweries are donating to causes including the National Black Farmers Association, the Black Futures Lab and the Anti Police-Terror Project. … [Read more...] about Limited imperial stouts are selling out across the Bay Area in craft beer’s Black is Beautiful movement
Recently, I had a bad car wreck and ended up in the hospital with only a minor concussion from hitting the windshield and my wife was not hurt at all. I was surprised when the hospital asked for my medical power of attorney. I am 64 years old and have not even thought about long term care or end of life planning. Now with COVID-19, it seems like everything medically, legally, and financially is upside down. … [Read more...] about TONI KING: Are you prepared for an unexpected accident or illness?