By CAITY WEAVER MARCH 20, 2019 The particular sheen of America by Amtrak. The Voyages Issue Rick Steves Wants to Save the World, One Vacation at a Time It Was Just a Kayaking Trip. Until It Upended Our Lives. There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway. The Voyages Issue The particular sheen of America by Amtrak. By CAITY WEAVER photographs by: Holly Andres Tell your fellow americans that you plan to cross the United States by train, and their reactions will range from amusement at your spellbinding eccentricity to naked horror that they, through some fatal social miscalculation, have become acquainted with a person who would plan to cross the United States by train. Depending how you slice it — time or money — there are either 61 or 960 immediate reasons not to travel by Amtrak trains from New York City to Los Angeles. Those are the extra hours and dollars, respectively, that you might reasonably expect to … [Read more...] about There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway.
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Constance Jordan who lost her husband of 30 years last May, cried all day after learning she may be deported. The 57-years-old Florida native vowed to fight a decision to deny her leave to stay in Derry as the bereaved widow of Martin Jordan who died from throat cancer last year. Constance broke down in tears after reading a letter from the Home Office’s Visas & Immigration section which dropped through her Hawthorn Drive letter box last Thursday.“I cried all day in between trying to contact people,” she said.The letter advised that her application for settlement in Derry was refused and that she was now likely to be removed from the jurisdiction.“I’ve two weeks to file for an Administrative Review,” she told the ‘Journal’. The Home Office has stated that on the nine times Constance has entered the UK since 1988, she’s done so as a visitor.And under their rules in order to be entitled to “indefinite leave to remain as … [Read more...] about ‘Thirty years of marriage to an Irishman…that’s why I’m fighting deportation now’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Weddings Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Weddings | Why Go to the Chapel or City Hall When You Can Say ‘I Do’ Like Aquaman? Supported by Field Notes ByHilary Sheinbaum Dec. 19, 2018 Justin and Crystal Reynolds shared their first dance as husband and wife almost three years ago surrounded by friends, family, manta rays and whale sharks. They married submerged in 6.3 million gallons of water inside the Ocean Voyager exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. “We definitely wanted to mix our wedding with diving because it was something we were so passionate about,” said Ms. Reynolds, 33, who lives in Weston, Fla., and is studying criminal justice and forensic psychology at Purdue University Global. In preparation, the bridesmaid, groomsman and officiant achieved scuba certification. “Everyone had to wear a dive suit, and … [Read more...] about Why Go to the Chapel or City Hall When You Can Say ‘I Do’ Like Aquaman?
Editor’s Note: Ten days after this story about the death of Laura Levis was published on BostonGlobe.com, the leaders of Somerville hospital’s parent company, Cambridge Health Alliance, met with her husband, Peter DeMarco, at the Globe’s Boston office. DeMarco, who had talked about the story on NBC Nightly News and other outlets, had asked CHA nearly a month earlier to answer questions about his wife’s death. * * * SEPTEMBER 16, 2016, 4:23:59 A.M. 911 operator: “This line is recorded. Where is your emergency?” Laura: “I’m at Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “I’m sorry. Where are you?” Laura: “Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “OK, what’s the emergency?” Laura: “I’m having an asthma attack. I’m dying.” 911 operator: “Whereabouts are you at the hospital?” Laura: “Emergency room.” 911 operator: “OK.” Laura: … [Read more...] about Laura Levis was left to die outside an ER. Why were the doors locked?
Keith Matheny Detroit Free Press Published 8:00 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 Hunting, and to a lesser extent fishing, are on the decline in Michigan — with a particularly alarming drop in hunting that's only going to get steeper, as the baby boomers who have driven the sport for decades age and drop away. This could pose a crisis in how Michigan funds its wildlife and habitat programs; have a huge, negative impact on the state's economy, and raises the specter of deer overpopulation, accompanying animal diseases and increases in car-deer accidents. From a high of 785,000 deer hunters in 1998, the number of licenses sold for Michigan's firearm deer-hunting season last year was down to 621,000 — a nearly 21-percent decline. And those remaining hunters are graying, with most in their late 40s to late 60s, according to a demographic analysis conducted by Michigan Technological University. By 2035, projections are that the … [Read more...] about Michigan hunting in big decline — why that matters