Parks

Interior Dept. illegally kept parks open amid shutdown

CLOSE Three Zion National Park visitors were injured after a rockfall at the park’s Cable Mountain. Buzz60 WASHINGTON – A congressional watchdog agency has concluded the Trump administration broke federal law by shuffling around money to maintain some national parks during the partial government shutdown that ended in January. The sharply worded finding issued late Thursday by the …

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Vietnam Football Federation wants to extend coach Park’s contract by two years

“The priority of the VFF is to sign a two-year contract, unlike several proposals made to us that we should sign the deal every year,” a VFF representative told VnExpress on Friday. “We want to seal a long deal with coach Park Hang-seo.” The VFF wants to renew the contract as soon as possible so that Park …

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Disney theme parks now on Google Street View

Google has announced that all of Disney’s US theme parks are now available on Google Street View. Users can also take visual Street View tours of parks outside the US, such as those in Paris and Shanghai. Street View allows users to virtually view and walk around almost all of the park’s attractions and rides. …

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Who Needs Amusement Parks When There’s WordCamp Orlando?

In a world of roller coasters and Disney characters, WordPress heroes will assemble for a weekend of education, networking, and maybe just a little of fun. November 11-12, 2017, WordCamp Orlando takes place at UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management in south Orlando. Jeffrey de Wit, Frontend Developer Specially created with a superhero theme, this …

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Fourth of July Google doodle inspired by U.S.’s 1st National Parks director, Stephen Mather

Google is celebrating today’s Fourth of July holiday with a doodle inspired by the U.S.’s first National Parks Service Director and noted conservationist Stephen Mather. The red, white and blue logo leads to a search for “Fourth of July,” and includes images of deer, bears, moose and other animals you may find in one of …

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