0 Have your say EASTER weekend is the perfect time to finally get round to doing those DIY jobs that you’ve been putting off doing around the house. Whether that is fixing something, putting up a shelf or working in the garden with a four day long break you have no excuse not to finally finish those tasks. But with Good Friday and Easter Monday being bank holidays, you might need to check if stores hours have changed. READ MORE: Scorching Portsmouth to be hotter than Ibiza as temperatures hit 23C over Easter Bank Holiday weekendHere’s what you need to know: Wickes The home improvement and garden centre chain will be operating extended opening hours overt the bank holiday weekend – giving you extra time to get your DIY supplies. Wickes stores across the area will be shut on Easter Sunday however. Here are the Easter opening times for the Wickes Extra in Havant: Good Friday – 7am … [Read more...] about DIY store opening times for the Easter weekend including B&Q, Wickes, Halford and more
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Melody Baetens The Detroit News Published 5:24 PM EDT Mar 27, 2019 Spring is bringing a shower of new restaurant openings. From pizza to Peso Bar, here's what is coming this spring, including some spots already up and running. Treat Dreams Dessert Emporium: Ferndale favorite Treat Dreams has expanded into a Dessert Emporium with super-charged sweets like a 5-pound ice cream sandwich, plus locally made products including Guilt Chocolates bon bons and truffles. The upgrade is part of a collaboration with gourmet dessert company D'Vine Cookies. The Dessert Emporium is open now at 22965 Woodward in Ferndale. (248) 544-3440. The Brakeman: This new beer hall is part of the Shinola Hotel and has two bars. It's connected to fried chicken concept Penny Red's, which serves within the bar and also to-go. There's also a cocktail bar with frozen drinks. It's casual enough where they don't take reservations, but they also don't take cash. Credit cards only. It's open daily at 4 p.m. … [Read more...] about Pizza, cocktails and ice cream: New restaurant and bars opening this spring
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Business | Trump Rebukes G.M. and Union Over Idling of Lordstown Plant Advertisement Supported by ByTiffany Hsu March 18, 2019 General Motors said in November that it would idle its Lordstown, Ohio, factory as part of broader cutbacks that would eliminate a total of 14,000 jobs. Nearly two weeks after the carmaker followed through on its plans, President Trump appears to be fixated on seeing the factory reopen. On Monday, Mr. Trump wrote in a message on Twitter that he wanted the Ohio plant “opened or sold to a company who will open it up fast!” He also urged G.M. to close a factory in China or Mexico instead of shutting the one in Lordstown. The messages were the latest in recent volley by Mr. Trump as he tries to pressure G.M. and the United Automobile Workers union into beginning negotiations … [Read more...] about Trump Rebukes G.M. and Union Over Idling of Lordstown Plant
By S. M. Chavey, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Published 10:03 am CST, Friday, February 1, 2019 The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department added four new access points for fishing and kayaking the Llano River, using a grant intended to increase public access to rivers. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department added four new access points for fishing and kayaking the Llano River, using a grant intended to increase public access to rivers. Photo: Shannon Tompkins / Houston Chronicle Photo: Shannon Tompkins / Houston Chronicle Image 1 of / 22 Caption Close Image 1 of 22 The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department added four new access points for fishing and kayaking the Llano River, using a grant intended to increase public access to rivers. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department … [Read more...] about Texas Parks and Wildlife opens new access points for fishing, kayaking at Llano River
While most people know about the Indonesian island of Bali as a beach paradise, I found the interior jungle, and specifically the city of Ubud, to be a far more interesting place to explore. Ubud has a bustling community of local Balinese, digital nomads working on startups, and vacationers exploring Ubud’s mix of rice terraces, temples, spiritual retreats, yoga and meditation classes, and villas set into the countryside. Ubud would be easy to make fun of due to its proliferation of New Agey seekers, vegan and raw food establishments, and more, but it’s the earnestness and positivity that permeates the city that makes it a place you want to experience and return to. Bali is the kind of place you visit more than once. When my driver, a burly man named Wayan, picked me up from the airport during a trip to the island this past May, the first thing he said to me was, “Welcome back. So, how many times have you been to Bali?” In most places, I’d think he … [Read more...] about I spent a week in Bali without ever going to the beach and had the time of my life. Here’s what I did instead.