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    WITH summer right around the corner, it might be time to turn your attention over to your lawn. Everyone wants a lush lawn when temperatures start to heat up, but achieving a lovely green color involves a bit more work than you may think. 2The time you water your grass plays a large role in how green your lawn isCredit: Getty 2For bright green grass, make sure to water your lawn before 10amCredit: Garden Picture Library - Getty The first step to growing the perfect summer lawn all comes down to when you water your grass. It may seem like you can head out to your lawn at any time of day, but watering your grass at the right time is crucial for a green yard. According to the experts at Balcony Garden Web, the best time to water your grass is first thing in the morning. They explained: "Morning time is right for watering, as the water evaporates less. Read more lawn care tipsLAWN CARE Everyday $5 item you might have in your...
    A NAIL technician shared a video of her client’s severely damaged nails - they’ve turned green, they’re lifting off, and she’s had to cut one of them right back to the cuticle. Candy Rain Salon, based in Plymouth, shared the video, which showed the effects of repeatedly getting acrylic applied over damaged nails. 4The client's nail had gone green and was curvedCredit: @candyrainsalon/Tiktok 4Megan said the salon that had done the nails hadn't provided the right treatmentCredit: @candyrainsalon/Tiktok Nail tech Megan explained that the client had had her nails done by a different salon, and she described the process of uncovering the client’s nail issues. For starters, she said, the acrylic nails are the complete wrong shape for the client. She said: “As you can see, they’re not the right shape for her nails and they’re really curving under with her natural nail growth, as they haven’t been counteracting the curve.” Megan began to realise things were really wrong, however, when she started working on the client’s thumb nail.  “This is her thumb, I’m not entirely sure what’s going on...
                        Live from Music Row Thursday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed U.S. Rep. Mark Green (R-TN-07) to the newsmaker line to outline his concept of the Triangle of Tyranny and military vaccine mandates. Leahy: We are joined now on our newsmaker line by our good friend, Congressman Mark Green. Good morning, Congressman Green. Green: Hey, sir. How are you? Leahy: I’m great. You and I were talking at an event last week, and I think this is perhaps the first time in decades that a member of Congress has actually said something profound. (Green laughs) You said something profound. We were talking about this concept of the Golden Triangle of Freedom and you explained the alternative view of the world that the progressives are promoting. Tell us about that. Green: Yeah, sure. So a lot of people understand most people understand, certainly, your audience does...
    Looking for an escape from the hot, golden hills of early fall? This shady 5.7-mile loop through Douglas fir forest at Point Reyes is the answer. The hike starts at Five Brooks, which was a mill pond for the Sweet Lumber Co. that harvested giant Douglas firs trees at Five Brooks between 1956 and 1963. The large Douglas firs you can see on this hike were saved by the establishment of Point Reyes National Seashore. As I started the hike, I saw some splashing and raised my binoculars expecting a duck only to spot a river otter. I always delight in seeing these charismatic, playful carnivores that were extirpated in Marin by hunters who profited from selling their pelts, pollution and habitat loss. They had been completely absent from Marin County for decades when, in May of 1987,  the famous birder and naturalist Rich Stallcup spotted three otters in Walker Creek. Since river otters can travel overland as well as in waterways, he assumed they came from the Russian River population. Subsequent genetic studies, though somewhat limited, suggest otters could...
    22-year-old vanishes while documenting cross-country trip with boyfriend Pelosi told top general Trump should have been arrested on the spot for inciting Capitol insurrection, new book says Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft Refi Rates at 1.89% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/18 SLIDES © Getty / Theo Wargo Don't Be Afraid of Frank Ocean's Green Baby at the Met Gala Frank Ocean brought quite the interesting plus-one to the Met Gala. On Monday night, the singer appeared on the red carpet donning lime green hair, a Prada outfit, and a bizarre battery-operated baby in tow. That's right, Frank brought a robotic green baby to fashion's biggest night out, and it immediately had people...
    Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green (D) is voicing concerns about the spread of misinformation while offering details about the COVID reality he witnesses working in a hospital emergency room on a daily basis. Speaking to MSNBC's Joy Reid, Green described the health crisis unfolding at the hospital where he works. According to Green, the vast majority of COVID patients he is treating are unvaccinated. "Everyone in the hospital that I'm caring for is now, well, they're unvaccinated," said Green. "And they're usually very tearful because they realize they could have prevented it. I have not had a single patient yet who has been vaccinated, so all of my Covid patients have been unvaccinated." He added, "They all are beside themselves because they know now they could die because they could've done the one simple thing, which was to get vaccinated." Reid also chimed in as she cited the Covid situation unfolding in Mississippi. In the southern state, misinformation is running rampant, and some residents are turning to a livestock drug called Ivermectin as an alternative treatment for...
    Over the weekend, Hawaii’s Democratic Lt. Gov. Josh Green was targeted by protestors who appeared outside the condominium complex where he resides with his wife and young daughters. The protestors were angry in part over vaccine rules for state and county workers. Flyers calling Green a “fraud” and a “Jew” have been posted around the neighborhood. But Green, who is Jewish, wasn’t home at the time because he was working his second job as an emergency room doctor, where he’s been treating patients with Covid-19. The lieutenant governor said that 100% of the ER cases he has seen have been among unvaccinated people. Green appeared on Monday’s ReidOut to describe to Joy Reid what he’s been seeing at the hospital he works at. “Everyone in the hospital that I’m caring for is now, well, they’re unvaccinated,” said Green. “And they’re usually very tearful because they realize they could have prevented it. I have not had a single patient yet who has been vaccinated, so all of my Covid patients have been unvaccinated.” He added, “They all are beside themselves because...
    Although trophy hunting is nothing new, but there has been a huge surge in the number of people who are concerned about the practice and are looking for ways to help since the death of Cecil the lion. Thankfully, much of the support garnered in the past few weeks has been positive, despite the circumstances. Trying to raise awareness and get people to care about anything can be incredibly taxing, including something as controversial as trophy hunting. Trust us, we get it. It’s incredibly frustrating. But despite how upset we may find ourselves, it’s important to keep in mind that resorting to forms of intimidation or bullying to make a point is not constructive and will do little to help our cause. So, Green Monsters, here is a not so full proof list of ways you can get involved and ways to educate others so that we can all be informed and impactful citizens! 1. Educate Yourself FIRST TambakoTheJaguar/Flickr This may be the most important step. After all, how can you expect anyone to listen to what you have...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes offered a through dismantling of a nascent right-wing media narrative that an over-dependence on green or renewable energy is the primary cause of the catastrophic blackouts in Texas. On Tuesday night, Hayes began his show by running through a series of clips from Fox news programs and opinion shows from within the past 24 hours, all of which blamed everything from frozen windmills to faltering solar panels for the massive power outages after record low temperatures across that state. “This is an awful situation, it’s driven by a complex confluence of factors,” Hayes noted. “But of course Fox News and other Republicans saw some kind of suffering, some kind of problem somewhere and immediately without missing a beat right away tried to turn it into a culture war, in this case against those damn hippy liberals and their clean energy.” When California suffered through rolling blackouts this past summer, Hayes pointed out that conservative media and Republicans politicians mocked “liberal California” for pursuing foolish energy policies. “Imagine how stupid you would have to think your audience is, the contempt...
    This article was medically reviewed by Medhat Mikhael, MD, a pain management specialist and medical director of the non-operative program at the Spine Health Center at MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. To treat chronic migraines, botox is injected into the forehead, between the eyebrows, and at the base of the skull. wavebreakmedia/Shutterstock Botox treats chronic migraines by temporarily inhibiting nerve cells from producing pain and allowing muscles to relax.  Most insurance companies will cover Botox for migraines if two or more medications have been ineffective in relieving your migraines.  Botox injections can be administered every 12 weeks by a board-certified physician.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Often thought of as a strictly cosmetic procedure, Botox can also...
    Delta live updates: Lake Charles reports disturbing damage, undoing Laura recovery efforts; 750K without power across South Bubbles, tents and greenhouses: Restaurants get creative to keep outdoor diners warm The NBA world is debating whether LeBron James decision to pass to a wide-open teammate in the final seconds of Game 5 was the right play © Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images LeBron James during Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images With Game 5 of the NBA Finals on the line, LeBron James drove to the basket, drew three defenders, and passed out to Danny Green, who missed the go-ahead three-pointer. After the game, some in the NBA world criticized James for passing instead of taking the shot. James defended his decision, saying he always makes the right play and he'd live with the missed shot. Most in the NBA world agreed that James made the right decision, saying he would have been praised if Green hit the shot. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James' late-game decision-making is once again the subject of debate after...
    LeBron James during Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images With Game 5 of the NBA Finals on the line, LeBron James drove to the basket, drew three defenders, and passed out to Danny Green, who missed the go-ahead three-pointer. After the game, some in the NBA world criticized James for passing instead of taking the shot. James defended his decision, saying he always makes the right play and he'd live with the missed shot. Most in the NBA world agreed that James made the right decision, saying he would have been praised if Green hit the shot. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James' late-game decision-making is once again the subject of debate after the Miami Heat's 111-108 win over the Los Angeles Lakers in a thrilling Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The final five minutes of the game saw the two teams trade huge baskets, with Jimmy Butler and James at one point scoring four straight baskets in the final two minutes to give their teams the edge. Butler sank two...
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