WEDNESDAY , JULY 10 , 2019

Cecilia Blankenship

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6 of America’s Most Beautiful Places to Visit in the Spring

Spring is beautiful everywhere, but these stunning locales have their seasonal celebrations down to a science. Washington, D.C. Every spring, Washington, D.C., is blanketed in pink when each of its thousands of cherry blossoms comes into bloom. To celebrate the event, attend the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which takes place from the last week in March to the second week in April. There, you can view the flowers up close, or

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10 Most Awesome Wildlife Destinations

Pick your hemisphere, choose your species, and check out one of these 10 best places to see exotic animals. 1. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Probably the most famous of the planet’s animal menageries, these islands 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador have been sheltered from interaction with the outside world for so long that they’ve developed into a treasure trove of unique species: penguins, swimming vegetarian iguana, giant tortoises and more.

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5 Things You Might Not Know About Denmark

To the north of Germany, and west of Sweden, lies the small Scandinavian country of Denmark. Here are five interesting tidbits about this Nordic country. Please and thank you are not in the Danish vocabulary The Danes are very polite people, but it’s difficult to know that if you communicate in English. There’s no such thing as small talk, so when you get into a taxi and ask the driver how he’s doing, he’ll likely

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8 Ways to Keep Kids Safe from Dog Bites

Biting is every dog owner and parent’s worst nightmare. Follow these easy tips to make sure your child knows how to play safely with dogs of all sizes. Keeping Kids Safe Around Dogs Dogs can make great playmates for kids. Here’s how to minimize your child’s chances of being bitten by one of them: 1. Respect Your Dog Children should be taught to respect their pets; this includes not disturbing

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The Bachelor in Chaos: Producers ‘Panic’ as They Struggle to Name a Suitor, Source Says

The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss shocked his followers Wednesday by tweeting that fan favorite Peter Kraus — the Wisconsin personal trainer who couldn’t bring himself to propose to a frustrated Rachel Lindsay on The Bachelorette last season — is once again out of the running. “Unfortunately, Peter probably will not be #TheBachelor …” he tweeted. Where does that leave producers? “They are in a full-blown panic mode,” the insider tells PEOPLE. “Peter was honestly never their first choice; they’re still mad at