Harris County High School celebrates seniors in style

HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. (WRBL) – The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we celebrate our graduating students. Social distancing guidelines forced schools and administrations to get creative in order to give their students some form of a celebratory send off.

For Harris County High School, this meant a senior parade where the community cheers the line of cars on as they pass through. Students ride with their heads out of car windows and sunroofs, even sitting in the backs of pickup trucks through the school parking lot.

The event was such a success last year that the school decided to do

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Definitive Guide to Texas Style Barbecue: Everything You Need to Know

From East Texas boudain to South Texas cabezita.

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Don’t expect Texas to have a single style of barbecue. That would be like French winemakers hawking a single grape varietal. Like Champagne, Central Texas brisket might be our most recognized brand and most popular export, but we’ve got plenty more to offer.

Barbecue changes pretty significantly across the state. It is 857 miles from Orange to El Paso, after all. There are, however, some common threads. You’re much more likely to find the larger, meatier pork spare ribs instead of dainty baby backs. Beef ribs can be found throughout

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Willie Mays arrives at Oracle Park in style as San Francisco Giants celebrate his 90th birthday

SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Giants turned their idyllic waterfront park into baseball’s biggest birthday bash Friday night as the team celebrated Willie Mays turning 90 years old the day before.

Mays, baseball’s oldest living Hall of Famer, took a victory lap of sorts around Oracle Park before the Giants’ 5-4 victory over the San Diego Padres, riding in a choice white and turquoise 1956 Oldsmobile convertible and waving his cap to a cheering crowd.

The field had a massive grass etching in center field of Mays in his backswing with the words “SAY HEY 90” next to

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Style Meets Serenity at the Hotel Ynez

Hotelier Kimberly Walker planned to open the Hotel Ynez last fall, but the pandemic had a schedule of its own. After months of COVID-caused shortages, delays, and innumerable complexities, the property is finally open for business. “We never really thought there was going to be a worldwide pandemic and a shutdown,” said Walker. “It makes being able to be open even more special.”

Walker is the cofounder and managing partner of the Nomada Hotel Group, a hospitality company specializing in the renovation of historic hotels, including San Luis Obispo’s Granada and the Skyview in Los Alamos. For those of us

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17 Best Sleep Bras For Comfort, Support, And Style At Every Price


If you have boobs, it’s likely that you’ve joked about bras being the uncomfortable bane of your existence. If you have the luxury of being able to go braless without experiencing any back pain or soreness, that’s absolutely something to take advantage of. For others, the support of a bra is so essential that it’s even necessary while asleep. That’s when a comfortable sleep bra comes in to play.

Wearing a sleep bra might be a necessary evil depending on the needs of your body, but it doesn’t have to feel so bad. Tons of bras out there offer

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Four Tips For Matching Your Sales Style With A Prospect’s Personality

Lydia is a key contributor to brands’ ongoing success as VP of Global Strategic Accounts at ChicExecs.

While sales is a discipline all on its own, success in sales comes down to communication. It’s about understanding the person on the receiving end and flexing your approach to fit their needs or expectations. Salespeople with a high emotional quotient (EQ) are better at reading prospects and fine-tuning their approach – which is key to boosting conversions. 

For example, if you’re normally very gregarious but find yourself on a call with a soft-spoken, mellow prospect, you would instinctively lower your

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