Smiling child playing in summer park By Lyndsey Frey Amy Chand, exercise physiologist for Akron Children’s Healthy and active life program, says that getting kids active and outdoors isn’t just a great way to reverse those frowns, it’s important for their health, too. “Children are naturally drawn to physical play
New York expands its outdoor activities with the Open Boulevards initiative tetiana.photographer via Shutterstock To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/962388/new-york-expands-activities-across-the-streetscape-with-open-boulevards-initiative Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the launch of the Open Boulevards program, an initiative that would temporarily shut off
Now that spring and warmer temperatures have arrived, it’s time to venture out outside. And with social distancing requirements no longer in effect for small outdoor gatherings, you can finally get back to parties, barbecues, and all the other fun things we missed out on last year. Like the games!
This is a step towards “normalcy” as the number of COVID-19 declines and more residents are getting vaccinated. Hawai’i lifts its mask mandate as COVID-19 numbers drop statewide and more residents get vaccinated. Photo: Hawai’i Tourism Authority (HTA) / Kirk Aeder After more than a year of wearing a mask
New Janelle De Souza Saturday 22 May 2021 File photo: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at Saturday’s press conference at the St Ann’s Diplomatic Center. – Photo courtesy of the Prime Minister’s Office On Saturday, the prime minister announced the current restrictions that have shut down most activities and the
NEW YORK (WABC) – New York’s Open Streets program is expanding – to allow more space for outdoor dining and community activities. Several streets in the five arrondissements have now become car-free “open boulevards” on weekends. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Open Streets program turned miles of streets full of restaurants
OLD SAYBROOK – A vacant piece of land along the mouth of the Connecticut River is a location of paramount importance to the city’s development, First Selectman Carl Fortuna said this week while defending a recent decision to dismiss a request for an open-air restaurant with 300 seats on the
When people visit Windy City, the first things they want to eat are Garrett’s deep pizza, hot dogs, and popcorn. While these are all delicious options, there are plenty of cuisines available for all cooking enthusiasts, including some wonderful Chicago-owned black-owned restaurants. Last year, in my forties, I stumbled across