Would you support pizza joints reinstating the 30 minute or free rule?
On the subject of TV series...why do all of the "dramas" have to be so dramatic? Why can't there be just relaxing episodes where nothing stressful happens? Maybe the characters teach something, like a YouTube channel, but based in the show's setting. Once viewers fall in love with a show and its characters, there are so many places they might follow them.
I've been going through The Long Earth series lately. I'm enjoying it and feels like old sci-fi, but it does seem as though it's lacking something. The premise is so excellent and a little bit of James S. A. Corey's character development might round it out. It's the kind of story that might work really well(maybe better) as a TV series.
It would be neat to worship in Times Square.
Over the past few decades, more than 2,000 newspapers across the country have closed, leaving many communities without a reliable source of local information. Researchers say this crisis in journalism, driven by changes in technology, is fueling the country's political divisions. Judy Woodruff visited a Texas community that recently lost its newspaper for her series, America at a Crossroads.
We Do Camps!