Myelle Lansat, provided by Published 8:24 am CDT, Wednesday, September 12, 2018 U.S. cities where being 'rich' takes less than $100k per year. Las Vegas Median top-tier home price: $393,600 Income to be rich: $99,470 U.S. cities where being 'rich' takes less than $100k per year. Las Vegas Median top-tier home price: $393,600 Income to be rich: $99,470 Photo: RebeccaAng/Getty Images/RooM RF Dallas, TexasMedian top-tier home price: $396,400 Income to be rich: $99,244 Dallas, Texas Median top-tier home price: $396,400 Income to be rich: $99,244 Photo: David Kozlowski, Getty Images Nashville, Tenn. Median top-tier home price: $430,100 Income to be rich: $97,910 Nashville, Tenn. Median top-tier home price: $430,100 Income to be rich: $97,910 Photo: Ray Sandusky / Brentwood, TN/Getty … [Read more...] about Three Texas cities among 31 where you could be considered ‘rich’ if you earn less than $100,000
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In A Florida newspaper that caters to retirees is bucking the digital trend as other publications around the country face layoffs and closures. The Villages in central Florida, where nearly every one of the 50,000 homeowners subscribes to a daily print newspaper. Credit Credit Michael Adno for The New York Times Supported by ByTed Geltner Sept. 2, 2018 THE VILLAGES, Fla. — Practically every morning begins with a thud on the driveways of the roughly 50,000 homes here. The newspaper has arrived. That newspaper, The Villages Daily Sun, which exhaustively covers this rapidly growing retirement community in Central Florida, is in the midst of a boom that few other papers can even imagine. According to the Alliance for Audited Media, the Sun’s weekday circulation of 55,700 is up 169 percent since 2003. Over the same time, weekday newspaper circulation across … [Read more...] about Print Is Dead? Not Here
By Holly Andres | [email protected] | Daily News PUBLISHED: June 27, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: June 28, 2018 at 9:35 am Celebrate Independence Day 2018 with fireworks shows, parades and patriotic concerts. Here is a sampling of regional observances in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. JULY 2-4 HOLLYWOOD July 4th Fireworks Spectacular with the Go-Go’s, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and the United States Air Force Band of the West: Concerts begin each day, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $14 and up (plus fees). 2301 N. Highland Ave. 323-850-2000. www.hollywoodbowl.com JULY 3 MOORPARK Third of July Fireworks Extravaganza: Gates open, 3:45 p.m. Concerts, 5 and 7:30 p.m. Flag presentation, 6:45 p.m. Fireworks, 9 p.m. Bring a blanket or low-back lawn chair and picnic. Food court. Admission $5; free for ages 4 and younger. Fees for children’s activities. Arroyo Vista Community Park, 4550 Tierra Rejada Road. 805-517-6300. www.moorparkca.gov JULY 4 BURBANK An American Celebration … [Read more...] about July 4th fireworks, parades in LA, Santa Barbara, Ventura counties, 2018
Mike Zimmer admittedly doesn’t enjoy public speaking. But at a Dunkers civic club gathering the other day in Minneapolis, the Minnesota Vikings’ coach lit up the crowd with a fun anecdote, although Green Bay Packers fans might not consider it funny. Zimmer mentioned that the day before he had been having dinner at a restaurant. There was a couple at a table next to him. It turns out the husband was a Packers fan, the wife a Vikings fan. When the Packers guy mentioned something to Zimmer, the guy’s wife interrupted and said, ‘Hey, hon, did you hear the joke about Aaron Rodgers — he walked into a bar and broke his collarbone.” It was Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr’s jarring — and controversial — tackle of Rodgers last October in Minneapolis that resulted in collarbone surgery for the Packers’ future hall of fame QB. The Vikings last week officially celebrated their move from Eden Prairie to their new complex in Eagan. When the … [Read more...] about Charley Walters: Vikings’ Mike Zimmer shows his lighter side
If scientists engineered the polar opposite of Donald Trump, a bizarro-world version of the rage-tweeting, fancy-living, drama-stirring mogul-turned-president, their lab might produce Gwen Graham. The former stay-at-home mom who hopes to become Florida’s first woman governor is almost everything Trump is not. She is a serial hugger, a frequent crier, a penny-pincher who buys her clothing at Target, an animal lover who posts pictures of her dogs and bunny on Facebook. The only organization she’s ever run was the PTA at her children’s school; the only time she’s spent in the public eye was as a one-term Democratic congresswoman. She’s a self-described nerd who hooks her granny-style glasses around her belt loop, an earnest consensus-builder who works so hard to find common ground that her ex-husband is her campaign treasurer. She listens. She empathizes. She exercises. She worries about her PolitiFact ratings. She’s so eager to learn that I watched her … [Read more...] about Do Democrats Want an Anti-Trump, or Their Own Trump?