We weigh: are the senior scenarios the next great gold mine of the soap opera?

Imagine for a moment that you are Frank Valentini, executive producer of General hospital (GH). You’ve just spent most of 2021 setting up a sensational storyline, but you’ve sacrificed a lot to make it happen. You must have locked up the soap opera’s most magnetic character, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard), in a small town for much of the year, which ...

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Hundreds of cars drive through downtown on second night to celebrate Mexican Independence Day – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – Car trailers celebrating Mexican Independence Day took to the streets of downtown Chicago overnight Wednesday through Thursday and restarted Thursday evening, leaving traffic blocked throughout downtown until Friday morning. Late Thursday evening, caravans of cars took to the streets all around the city center for a wild scene. The rolling parade set off fireworks, horns, revving engines ...

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Heritage Days bring back wonderful memories

September 17 — With the onset of fall, many memories of days gone by linger in our heads. The sound of the sawmill purring as Grandpa passes oak trees through it to build something special for Grandma for Christmas. The smell of burning wood in the old stove knowing that something delicious would eventually escape. The school bell rings as ...

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Leaders in high school football statistics

After three weeks of WJFL action, Cedar Creek’s JC Landicini has the most passing yards and quarterback touchdowns at a Cape Atlantic League school. His Pirates teammate JoJo Bermudez has the most receiving yards. And running back Jaquan Howard is fifth among running backs. This trio helped Cedar Creek beat their top three opponents, 130-0. Ocean City also held three ...

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“What We Do in the Shadows” Stars Tease Nandor and Guillermo’s New “Surprising” Relationship This Season

Kayvan Novak and Harvey Guillén in the second season of “What We Do in the Shadows”. Russ Martin / FX Kayvan Novak and Harvey Guillén spoke about the evolution of their characters’ relationship. The cast, who star in FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows,” said changes are in order this season. “It was a nice surprise,” Guillén said of ...

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Hundreds of cars drive downtown on second night to celebrate Mexican Independence Day – CBS Chicago

Chicago (CBS) – The caravan, celebrating the Mexican War of Independence, took to the streets of downtown Chicago overnight from Wednesday to Thursday and resumed Thursday night. Late Thursday evening, a caravan diverted streets all over the city center, creating a wild scene. The rolling parade launched fireworks, hit a horn and hoisted a flag. Read more: Katrina Pierce was ...

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‘Bite-Sized’ LA County Fair has loads of little pleasures – Daily Bulletin

Humility is not a virtue we associate with the LA County Fair. The LA County Fair has established itself as one of the largest county fairs in North America. However, Pomona’s first trade fair in two years is only part of the old size and is not considered authentic. LA County Fair.. Instead, he Fair in bites, One of the ...

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Find God in all things, even the Times Square Ferris wheel

From August 25 to September 12 in New York, a gigantic Ferris wheel occupied the middle of Times Square. Located in the middle of Broadway between West 47th and 48th Streets, the Times Square Wheel was 110 feet high and offered cyclists a 12-minute trip for $ 15 for kids and $ 20 for adults ($ 35 if you wanted ...

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Life and Death in a Chevrolet Family

My uncle Stuart passed away a few weeks ago. He was 70 years old and suffering from serious health issues, but not at a rate that indicated we were going to lose him so soon. It was, and will continue to be for some time, a shock. Stuart was my mother’s older brother, the oldest of five children. Her name ...

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A revolving cheese and wine bar has opened in Liverpool city center

Liverpool’s first revolving cheese and wine bar opened in the city center. The Carousel Cheese Co. has arrived at the city’s largest food court, The GPO in Metquarter. The new venue serves a selection of cheeses, cold cuts and wines from across the British Isles, presented on a rotating sushi-style conveyor belt. READ MORE:Cream Classical 2021: Full four-day weather forecast ...

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