‘I spend $600 a month taking women out for dinner and drinks’: Does the man always have to pick up the check on a first date?

[ad_1] I am a single 38-year-old man living in the Southwest, and I have reached my breaking point. I spend my hard-earned money taking women out for dinner and drinks who I’ve met on Tinder, only to be ghosted by the second or third date. Is taking a woman out for coffee on a first … Read more

Your Views: Many thanks; animal cruelty

[ad_1] Thanks to the community for Heritage On Sept. 8, the Heritage Awards were awarded to Martha Buckner, Marie Knedler, Larry Winum and me. I want to say how humbled I am to have received it, but also to sincerely say how thankful my wife Cindy and I are for the community support. Even after … Read more

Rashmika Mandanna says Ranbir Kapoor’s home-cooked food made her cry on Animal set: ‘How sweetly he got me…’

[ad_1] Rashmika Mandanna and Ranbir Kapoor have been shooting Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s highly anticipated feature Animal of late. The actor, who has replaced Parineeti Chopra in the movie, recently opened up about working on the set of the film with the Bollywood star. During her chat with Mashable India, Rashmika revealed that co-star and Brahmastra … Read more

‘Fat Bear Week’ Celebrates the Animal, Alaska Park Ranger Says

[ad_1] There’s a competition heating up Alaska that celebrates fur, heaviness and curves. It’s Fat Bear Week, when all eyes are on the furry chunks to see which one will gain the most weight in the lead up to their hibernation. The brown bears at Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska have an appetite … Read more

Farmed animals often suffer cruel treatment

[ad_1] Oklahoma has 33,000 teachers who are certified, but choose not to teach. Ginnie Graham and Bob Doucette talk about the state’s teacher shortage forcing districts to rely on emergency certifications and more. Plus, why are extremists harassing our county election board workers? I just learned about World Day for Farmed Animals, which is … Read more

Remember the farm animals Opinion

[ad_1] I just learned about World Day for Farmed Animals, coming up on Oct. 2 (Gandhi’s birth date). It has been around since 1983 and is meant to commemorate the billions of animals abused and killed for food each year. Like many, I always considered farm animals only as a source of food. But, after … Read more

8 best bets for your Houston weekend

[ad_1] HOUSTON – A not-so-scary haunted house, an Oktoberfest extravaganza and a food and wine festival featuring some of the city’s top chefs made our shortlist of the Houston-area’s cultural offerings this weekend. MORE: Family-friendly Halloween fun: Non-scary haunted houses, pumpkin hunts and monster mash events to avoid scarring your kids for life 🎵 The … Read more

Proper food and company reduce stress in captive animals • Earth.com

[ad_1] Around the world, more than five billion species of hoofed animals – known as “ungulates” and including species such as giraffes, horses, pigs, alpacas, or yaks – are kept as livestock or in zoos and safari parks. A new study led by Aberystwyth University and the University of Portsmouth has investigated which of these … Read more

Food and company help animals in captivity

[ad_1] Credit: CC0 Public Domain From tongue-rolling alpacas to irritable yaks and perturbed pigs, new research has lifted the lid on why some farm and zoo animals cope well with captivity and others display signs of stress. Researchers from universities in Aberystwyth and Portsmouth have published the first large-scale study to identify which species of … Read more