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40th lap around the sun. Give me your great hotels or rentals near downtown?

2023.06.08 19:34 ONE-EYE-OPTIC 40th lap around the sun. Give me your great hotels or rentals near downtown?

Hello Portland!! As the title says I'm coming up on my 40th trip around our star and I'm looking for the best Portland can offer. I'll be driving from Eugene in late August and will dining at Fogo de Chao (high end restaurant recommendations welcome as well) but I need a place to stay for a few nights. Which high end hotels or rentals do you suggest? Help an old guy turn 40 right!
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2023.06.08 19:01 ONE-EYE-OPTIC Birthday weekend

Hello Portland! I mark 40 laps around the sun in late August and I'm driving to Portland from Eugene for the occasion. Looking for a great hotel or rental near downtown. I plan on dining at Fogo de Chao and Portland city grill on a Friday and Saturday evening. Dont want to do much driving so walk ability or short lyft rides appreciated. Give me your input!! Thanks a ton! Help this old guy turn 40 right.
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2023.06.08 18:55 DiscoverDurham Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (June 8-11)

Check out our full Durham events calendar.
If you'd like to add an event to our calendar, submit an event here. Please check with the event organizers to see if events change due to weather. Have a great weekend!

American Dance Festival

BODYTRAFFIC at Reynolds Industries Theater
2023 ADF Fête at Parizäde
Rennie Harris Puremovement American Street Dance Theater at Page Auditorium

Multi-Day Event

Triangle Restaurant Week

Venue Weekend Schedules

Events at DPAC
Events at The Carolina Theatre
Events at The Pinhook
Events at Motorco Music hall
Events at The Fruit
Live Music at Blue Note Grill
Events at Moon Dog Meadery
Live Music at Sharp 9 Gallery
Events at Arcana
Events at Rubies on Five Points
Events at Durty Bull Brewing Company
Live Comedy at Mettlesome
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in Downtown Durham

Thursday, Jun 8

Thirsty Thursdays at Dashi
Vinyl Night with DJ Deckades at Gizmo Brew Works
Boulders & Brews Meetup at Triangle Rock Club - Durham
Trivia Night w/Big Slow Tom at Clouds Brewing Brightleaf Square

Friday, Jun 9

Tasting at Ten at Counter Culture Coffee

Saturday, Jun 10

Durham Farmers’ Market at Durham Central Park
South Durham Farmers' Market at Greenwood Commons Shopping Center
parkrun Durham at Southern Boundaries Park
Crafternoons at Gizmo Brew Works

Sunday, Jun 11

Al Strong Presents Jazz Brunch at Alley Twenty Six
Food Truck Rodeo at Durham Central Park
Public Tour at Duke Chapel
Trivia at Navigator Beverage Co.

Running Art Exhibits

upstART Gallery: A Jim Lee Project at Pop Box Gallery
Exhibit at 21c Museum Hotel
“Extra-Spectral” at the Durham Art Guild Truist Gallery
Donna Stubbs, Featured Artist at 5 Points Gallery
Chieko Murasugi & Renzo Ortega at Craven Allen Gallery
Spirit in the Land at the Nasher
Andy Warhol: You Look Good in Pictures at the Nasher
Art of Peru at the Nasher
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2023.06.08 18:47 jhwiththerange Itinerary Check - 14 days (Tokyo, Takayama, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Osaka)

Hey everyone. Please help check over my itinerary I am doing with a friend start of July. Its a total of 14 day trip. We are huge foodies so trying to find the best food spots and overall cool experiences. We are young fit guys so easy to handle a lot.
Day 1 (Tokyo) - Arrive Haneda airport (pickup JR pass) - Check in hotel (Staying in Shibuya) - Ramen dinner (Ichiran, Afuri, Ramen Hayashi) Which ones best?
Day 2 (Tokyo) - Shibuya crossing - MEGA Don Quijote - Shibuya 109 - Hachiko Statue - Lunch @ Roast beef oho Harajuku - Explore Harajuku - EMPTY SPACE. WHAT TO DO BEFORE DINNER? - Dinner @ Sushi Umezawa (Omakase, anyone been? Is it good? - Post dinner, hang around Shibuya (Any recommendations for cool bars in Shibuya?)
Day 3 (Tokyo) - Tsukiji outer market (wake up early) - TeamLab Planets (12:30) - Head to Shinjuku - Lunch @ Uogashi Nihon-Ichi (Good spot?) - Explore Shinjuku (Gyoen park) - Night out at Golden Gai/Omoide yokocho
Day 4 (Tokyo) - Explore Akihabara - Lunch @ Gyukatsu ichi Ni San (good spot?) - Ameyoko Shopping District - Explore Kappabashi - Senso-ji temple - Nakamise Dori street - Dinner @ Nabezo (any good?) - Night out at Shibuya Nombei Yokocho
Day 5 (Takayama) - Train to Takayama - Walk around Sanmachi Suji (eat hida beef, sake) - Visit Takayama Jinya - Go to ryokan for dinner (Sumiyoshi Ryokan. Anyone been? Is it a good place?)
Day 6 (Takayama/Kanazawa) - Takayama morning market - Train to Kanazawa - Tsuzumi Gate - Lunch @ Omicho Market - Walk around Naga Machi District - Kanazawa castle - Dinner @ Takasakiya sushi (any good) - Sake bar and night out downtown Kanazawa
Day 7 (Kanazawa) - Tea ceremony overlooking gyokusen inmaru garden - Walk through Kanazawa castle to Kenroku-en - Lunch @ ????? (Anyone have good lunch recommendations in Kanazawa?) - Explore Higashi Chaya District and Kazuemachi Chaya - Dinner @ Shogyotei (any good?)
Day 8 (Kyoto) - Train to Kyoto - Kinkau-Ji - Rest of the day is blank any recommendations of what to do?
Day 9 (Kyoto) - Fushimi Inari Shrine (early morning) - Vistit Chopstick Store - Lunch at Nishiki Market - Walk to Gion and see famous streets/ areas - Visit Kiyomizu-dera - Dinner @ Kichi kichi omurice (worth the hype?) - Kimachi dori and pontocho mark nightlife
Day 10 (Kyoto/Osaka) - Arashiyama Bamboo Grove (early morning) - Monkey park - Train to Osaka - Hanshin Tigers baseball game - Night out dotonbori
Day 11 (Nara/Osaka) - Train to Nara - Isu-en garden - Nandaimon gate - Walk through Nara park - Kasha-taisha - Kofuku-ji - Lunch @ Maguro Koya (any good?) - Nakatanidou - Night out in Osaka (Dotonbori) - Hozenji Yokocho - Glico sign
Day 12 (Osaka) - Osaka Castle - Lunch @ Kuromon ichiba market - Doing a food and sake night tour the rest of the evening
Day 13 (Osaka) - Namba yasaka Jinga - Dotonbori day activities - Takoyaki - Rikuro Namba Main Branch - Naruto Teriyaki Hompo - Shitenoji Temple - Night out at shinsekai
Day 14 (Osaka/Tokyo) - Shibuya Sky observatory - Dinner @ Tsujihan Zeitaku Don - Where to go for night out here? - Fly out the next morning
Thank you for reading this far! Any help on if this is too much/too little, if we missed anything very important, or any really good food/nightlife spots we need to know about! Thank you so much :)
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2023.06.08 18:33 theemaki Suggestions for detours?

Hey everyone!
My fiance and I are doing a road trip this summer and we're wondering if anyone on here would have any ideas on where we should detour, and when we should stay on the highway.
And if anyone has suggestions on fun things to do anywhere along the way, let me know!
We're leaving from Vancouver BC, and the main stops that we have so far are:
  1. Seattle, WA for the first night
  2. Yellowstone National park, WY
  3. Portland, OR
  4. Florence, OR
We're planning on taking ≈ 10 days for the trip, likely staying in Astoria on the way back and taking the Coho up to Victoria from there.
We're also toying with the idea of hiking an overnighter in Washington before we head east. Probably nothing too serious, a beginners-moderate hike preferably if there's any ideas for that too.
Any comments are appreciated, thanks for reading!
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2023.06.08 18:11 ghawthorne35 The Best Sustainable Eyewear Brands

It would be an understatement to say that our world has seen better days given the blazing wildfires in California, a string of tropical storms, and some of the highest recorded temperatures in history this summer. The good news is that there are practical ways that we can contribute to its preservation, and sustainable shopping is one of them.
A nice pair of sunglasses in Sri Lanka can make all the difference in the world! You can buy a pair of sunglasses online in Sri Lanka this summer that will shield your eyes from the sun, showcase your sense of style, and benefit Mother Earth. Uncertain about where to start? Then, have a look at this list of the top eco-friendly sunglasses companies that sell shades and contact lenses online.
17.6 billion tonnes of plastic are thrown into the ocean every year. By 2050, all of the fish in the ocean will be outweighed by ocean plastic, according to Conservation International. Alarming figures like these served as the impetus for Sea2see, an Italian startup that creates "a statement of change" rather than just spectacles.
Sea2See collects waste materials like ropes and fishnets and uses them to make sustainable optical frames and sunglasses. They do this by working closely with fishermen's communities in 27 different regions of Spain and 10 coastal regions of Ghana. The company uses an upcycling approach to convert waste plastic into reusable raw materials, making waste a crucial component of its supply chain. When you wear a pair of their sunglasses, you are also doing your part to maintain the health of the oceans and the creatures who inhabit them.
Genusee, a company with its headquarters in Flint, Michigan, makes glasses out of recycled plastic water bottles from the ongoing water crisis. This programme not only saves waste but also helps the neighbourhood's economy by giving displaced workers jobs. Sunglasses from Genusee are completely UVA/UVB protected and oh-so-chic!
Dresden's sleek, plastic eyeglasses are heavily influenced by German design while having an Australian heritage. According to their website, "The paradox of German design is also the essence of Dresden's approach." "Both natural and technical, both enjoyable and useful.
"Dresden's most exciting point of difference is in the 'one shape fits all' modular design," claims Bonnie Hudson, head of communications. "The one timeless frame form is available in four different sizes and many colour combinations to complement virtually any face. To suit their mood or the situation, the wearer can switch out the interchangeable arms, front, and lenses.
Everyone may find a pair of sunglasses from Sunski, from fashionistas to outdoor enthusiasts! The varieties include aviator, clubmaster, round, and wayfarer. These comfortable sunglasses with recycled materials will keep your eyes protected.
Miami-based company MITA creates eyewear that is inspired by the city's brilliant and colourful features, such as the murals on Wynwood Walls and the nearby street art. MITA, an organisation committed to "redefining the relationship between fashion and sustainability," upcycles five water bottles to make one pair of chic eco-glasses. With the aim of addressing the low recycling rates in both the US and Europe, they have recycled 81,000 water bottles as of this writing. Their entire line of eyeglasses is created from recycled materials, even the cases and cleaning rags.
Pala is an eyewear brand that supports the community. For every pair purchased, eye treatment is provided to a person in need in Africa, which is home to 73% of the world's visually impaired people. This care is offered in the form of funding given to vision clinics, pharmacies, and screening programmes in collaboration with the worldwide non profit organisation Vision Aid Oversea. Every pair of sunglasses is cruelty-free and vegan. According to the Pala website, starting this year, all new models will be created with Italian bio-acetate, making the eyewear completely plant-based and 100% biodegradable.
The firm adds that as they continue on their path towards sustainable fashion, they will make all of their upcoming designs as eco-friendly as they can, including "both recycled acetate and bio-based designs housed in eco-friendly recyclable packaging and with carbon offset shipping."
Ballo started creating unisex sunglasses by hand in 2013 using recycled and reused materials, and since then, they have been in the sustainability industry. Every time a pair of sunglasses is sold, a tree is planted in Cape Town, South Africa, where all items are created and made. Ballo creates fashionable sunglasses from materials like cork and hemp, in addition to UV420 blue light-blocking lenses, which reduce eye strain from prolonged screen use.
For Proof, which was established in 2020 by three brothers from Idaho (who acquired "sawdust in their veins" from working in the family sawmill), their goal of leaving the world in a better state than they found it entails handcrafting eyewear using eco-friendly materials like wood, recycled aluminium, recycled skateboard decks, and cotton-based acetate. In addition to eyewear, Proof also offers a variety of other items manufactured from these natural resources, including wallets, water bottles, reusable straws, and other accessories. The business, which started off with "one laptop and a rack of sunglasses" in a garage, has since expanded to build its own flagship location in Boise.
Another eyewear company attempting to clean up dangerous plastic trash from the ocean is Waterhaul. Using mechanical recycling and a "specialised injection moulding process," high-performing eyewear built entirely from recycled fishing nets is the end product. Fishing nets are made of sturdy materials, which is how they can withstand years of exposure to the ocean, but this also means that Waterhaul frames will have an equivalently long lifespan. The company, which has its headquarters in Newquay, Cornwall, claims to be working with Iberian fishermen to offer incentive programmes so they won't need to rely on landfills to get rid of their nets (and pay expensive disposal fees).
These ethical brands all care about their consumers' and the environment's wellbeing. Finding ways to sustain our world is essential given the growing human population. The decisions we make every day are where this shift begins for us.
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2023.06.08 16:58 SchlesingerMindy323 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in ID Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Discount Tire Tire Technician Boise
Discount Tire Tire Person Boise
Addus Homecare Carer Grangeville
Veterinary Orthopedic Implants, Inc (Movora) Product Design Engineer II Ketchum
Tree City Transport LLC Delivery Driver Boise
Primary Health Medical Group MD Family Physician Boise
Johnson Thermal Systems Electrician Caldwell
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center Interventional Radiology and Cath Lab Nurse Idaho Falls
Viva Railings Welder DFW Idaho Falls
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center Part Time Cardiology Pre Post Nurse Idaho Falls
Viva Railings Welder Lewisville
Viva Railings Welder DFW Lewisville
Viva Railings MIG Welder Lewisville
Primary Health Medical Group Family Physician Meridian
Medical Resource Group, Inc. Nurse Practitioner - Twin Falls Twin Falls
Valmont Industries, Inc. Warehouse Associate American Falls
Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. Warehouse Assistant American Falls
Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. Packaging Operator American Falls
International Rescue Committee RAI Supply Chain Manager Boise
Farwest Steel Corporation Warehouse Person Boise
Peninsula Truck Lines, Inc. Dockworker- Boise Boise
Frito-Lay North America Sales Warehouse/Material Handler Boise
Swire Coca-Cola, USA Warehouse Lead Boise
Lithia Motors, Inc. Shipping/Receiving Clerk Boise
Saia Dockworker Boise
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in id. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.06.08 16:26 j3434 Then / Now - " Morrison Hotel" from the Doors album of the same name - 1246 S. Hope street downtown LA.

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2023.06.08 12:37 JsDi Hyatt Downtown or CQ for Astros games?

I stayed at the CQ hotel for my first Astros game, pretty nice walk downtown to game and liked the parking garage is just maybe 50-60yr away. I saw the Hyatt place is a little closer and I’m down for trying new hotels in my price range. Just worried about the parking situation there.
Going to stay for 2 games so overnight parking is a must. Don’t feel like paying valets
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2023.06.08 11:26 fit_vivant Lessons Learned from Ironman 70.3 Victoria 2023

I did Ironman 70.3 Victoria last month (my first tri!) I wanted to give a few tips re: logistics that I didn’t see elsewhere on reddit or on the race website. This is mostly for my fellow Americans.
Getting there:
· There are 3 Vancouvers: Vancouver, WA, Vancouver BC, and Vancouver Island. Vancouver, WA is very far away - it’s on the WA/OR border. Victoria BC is on Vancouver Island. Vancouver BC is not. Generally, you have to take a ferry to get to Vancouver Island from the US or Canada mainland.
· The “travel tips” video on the race website tells you to take the Victoria Clipper ferry from downtown Seattle. It does not tell you the Clipper is a pedestrian-only ferry (bikes OK, but no cars.) You will need a car for the race – see “Race Site” section, below. If you plan to walk-on to the Clipper and rent a car in Victoria, I recommend planning this a few months in advance. UbeLyft is not available in Victoria. Clipper tickets are $100+ and sell out very quickly in the summer.
· There is a car ferry to Victoria from Port Angeles, WA (Blackball/Coho ferry). There are currently only 3 boats per day; 8am, 12:45pm and 5:15pm. It costs about $80 each way. You’re charged a nominal fee (about $12) when making the reservation, then pay the rest when you arrive at the ferry dock. You are required to be at the dock a minimum of 60 minutes before the boat’s departure time (unless you are a walk-on). 60 min before departure, they start letting the standby cars on. 25 spots are reserved for standby cars (first come first served); then they start giving away spots of those who had reservations but have not yet arrived.
· Prior to all of this, in order to get from Seattle to Port Angeles, you need to take a WA state ferry from downtown Seattle across Puget Sound. There are several cities you can take the ferry to, namely: Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, and Kingston. When selecting a ferry and buying tickets, note that some of these boats may be pedestrian-only, so pay attention.
· Furthermore, WA state ferries are named after other cities in WA that they are not sailing to. For example: the ferries from Seattle to Bainbridge Island are called the “Wenatchee” and the “Tacoma”; the ferry to Bremerton is the “Walla Walla.”
· The WA State ferries are typically running 30-40 min behind schedule, but the website lists the precise timeframes of delays.
· Alternatively, you can (and should) drive around Puget Sound. Because you have to drive south to go north, this can take 2.5+ hours.
· I bought my Blackball/Coho ticket a month before the race. Only the Friday 8am boat had available tickets at that point. I arrived 20 (not 60) minutes before departure. Cars had started lining up to get in the standby line at 6:30am. I couldn’t get on the 8am or 12:45 boat. I barely got onto 5:15pm.
· Returning home, passengers are required to be at the ferry dock in Victoria BC 90 minutes prior to departure. If you stay in a hotel on the inner harbodowntown, it’s at least very close by.
The Race Site:
· The race site is located about 7 miles from the inner harbodowntown Victoria (which is where any/all ferries will let you off). The only realistic way to get to the race site from the inner harbor (especially at 4:30am) is to drive.
· There aren’t many hotels near the race site. You may be able to find a motel or an Airbnb, but it will still be 2-4 miles from the race site. There are exactly two houses at the race site. One of those homeowners owns a ton of acres behind his house, and sells parking spots for $100. You would have enteexit privileges all weekend. I think he can accommodate 100+ cars.
· The other house, next door, appeared to be rented out by a team.
· The only source for drinking water (for spectators) that I could find at the race site was a single water fountain near the swim start. There was also a single food truck (Greek) that was selling bottled water, but I imagine supply becomes limited.
Check-in & Race Day – Site Logistics:
· Bring water and a lunch to check-in. See notes above re: water availability.
· Ironman water bottles sold out almost immediately.
· Spectators must be able-bodied, and ideally, physically fit. A lot of walking is required, as several gates/barriers are set up all around the course. I saw some younger people hopping the gates and bushwhacking to get from point to point (e.g. from the swim start to the swim finish). Otherwise there’s lots of walking through a maze.
· The 3 parking lots are each about 2 miles from the race site. There are school bus shuttles, which require some waiting.
· Porta-potties are abundant for athletes and spectators (separate).
· The park has a new bathroom that was built this year, however, at race check-in the sinks were already completely clogged with sand from swimmers. I imagine race day was worse. Public swimming still occurs during check-in and on race day (mostly families of athletes). The public swim area is roped/buoyed off.
· Spectators should bring lunch/snacks, lots of water, clothing layers (a packable down jacket is ideal), and something to sit on. If you care about your spectator, you should prep these things for them in advance. They will be spending 5-8 hours at the park, waiting for you. If they aren't triathletes or into socializing with them, they should bring a book. Families with young children and/or dogs swam and and played on the playground (near the swimming area) all day. This probably sounds like a nightmare to most Americans, but I noticed during my whole trip that Canadian children seem more precocious and well-behaved, and the dogs more mellow. It seemed to rub off on the Americans kids and dogs, respectively.
· Check in is very time-consuming unless you are a seasoned triathlete and/or have a partnespectator who is.
· You absolutely cannot leave your car unattended while you check-in your bike. If you are alone (i.e., don’t have another driver in your car), you have to give the race officials your bike, go park your car in the lot 2 miles away, shuttle back (which involves lots of waiting), check-in, get your timing chip, bib, and wristband, go thru the expo (it's thankfully small), bring your bike to the transition, and set up your transition area. A pre-race briefing is required (offered about every 1-2 hours). I also did a swim course recon.
· I also stayed for what was listed as a “swim clinic” (optional) - which turned out to be a lecture by Lance Watson with Life Sport Coaching. This was incredibly useful and single handedly calmed all of my nerves about swimming.
The race itself
· All 3 legs of the course are beautiful.
· The run isn’t flat. There are a few little hills. There are also some significant tree roots. I tripped a few times, and saw one older athlete take a tumble.
· I wore normal race-day running shoes. One guy ran it barefoot. I'm not sure how.
· There is lots of course support for all 3 legs. I was surprised (and comforted) by how many support vehicles were on the bike course.
Anyway, I hope this helps someone who plans to do the race in the future! Thank you for coming to my TED talk;)
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2023.06.08 09:43 markpemble Homelessness in Idaho

I visited Western Oregon recently and was wondering why Idaho doesn't have the visible homelessness that our neighbors have.
I know Boise has some visible homelessness but the four other largest cities in Idaho have virtually no homelessness.
Some say it is because of the fairly cold winters, but what are the other reasons visible homelessness isn't much of a problem here?
And what can we do to keep it this way?
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2023.06.08 07:22 MTN_Dewit Cascadia and the Western United States: What if the Pig War escalated?

Cascadia and the Western United States: What if the Pig War escalated?
What if the Pig War (1859)) escalated into an all out war between the British Empire and the United States?
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2023.06.08 07:15 notsohotcpa Car-free visit for a tourist?

Hey Seattle, booked a spontaneous trip to visit your lovely city this weekend ❤️Planning on checking out UW, Pike Place, SLU, Fremont, and Seattle Center so far. Staying downtown (one night at Hyatt regency, one at Sheraton grand).
Renting a car, hotel parking, etc. is looking pricey. I’d love to road-trip up to Ross Lake in North Cascades early Saturday, but am wondering whether I might be better off just spending my weekend in town or hopping on a ferry. How’s the light rail from SEA around 4-6PM if I ditch the car? I’m comfortable with NYC subway, and use transit occasionally/live close to downtown in LA. Anything too harrowing for a dude with just a backpack getting off at Westlake station? Unashamedly, I’m looking for real hipster-y shit (tote bags and coffee galore), so any recs are vastly appreciated. Happy to return the favor down here in LA.
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2023.06.08 07:05 MTN_Dewit Cascadia and the Western United States: What if the Pig War escalated?

Cascadia and the Western United States: What if the Pig War escalated?
What if the Pig War (1859) escalated into an all out war between the British and US?
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2023.06.08 06:54 Ancient-Tower4586 PLS HELP~ USC US veteran filing for spouse

PLS HELP~ USC US veteran filing for spouse
PD is SEP 2,2022. USC US veteran filing for spouse, entered USA using B1/B2 visa and overstayed since 2016. Married January 2020.
Our lawyer filed all documents. Concurrent filing I-130, I-485, and I-765. RFE sent and was acknowledged.
Lawyer did not inform us if we should go on for medical exam and complete required vaccines.
  1. Can a USC veteran request for expedite processing ( he received a Purple Heart medal)?
  2. Can I proceed and get vaccines required and see a civil surgeon then send the medical exam result to where?
My case was forwarded to Boise, Idaho. Completed biometrics. No EAD yet. Last update with I-485 and EAD was October 4,2022.
Current update on my I130:
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2023.06.08 05:16 bdc2481 I need some advice about attending the Napa shows.

I really want to go but I can't really justify spending $400+/night for a downtown hotel. I live in San Francisco but there doesn't seem to be any public transportation leaving from Napa to San Francisco after 10pm. I have a nice camper van but I'm worried about not being able to find a parking spot where I can sleep. I've been told that Napa isn't very van friendly. Driving after the shows isn't really an option nor is waking up at 6am to move my van. Are there any good options for overnight parking in Napa?
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2023.06.08 03:23 dresstoopure Chad Daybell books!

Chad Daybell books!
Was at the local DI(deseret industries/aka Mormons thrift shop) in my hometown of Boise Idaho & came across this collection in the CHILDRENS section! For those that don’t know Chad Daybell is the man who married Lori Vallow(Daybell) whom went on to murder her kids, his wife(allegedly) & others. She’s known as the “doomsday mom,” because of her crazy beliefs that partially stemmed from this man’s “prophecies.” Super crazy story. Lori was just found guilty of murdering her two kids, she thought they were now zombies & Chad will go to trial next year. I sat in on some of Lori’s trial, as it was here in Boise & wowza was it crazy!! They were $1.50 each & I took them home.
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2023.06.08 00:27 LegendOfJeff Luggage at Mall of America?

Hello. My family of four has been having a wonderful time as tourists in downtown Minneapolis. Tomorrow we're flying out, and my kids would really like to spend a few hours at the Mall of America.
Since our hotel is downtown, and the mall is so close to the airport, I saved that stop for our last day. We'll each have cumbersome luggage, so my main concern is storing that at the mall. I see on the mall's website that they offer "jumbo" lockers. Do any of you know if those are big enough for a large luggage? And if securing one is reliable? Or do you happen to have alternate suggestions?
We need to get to the airport by 2pm if that makes any difference.
Thanks in advance for any insight!
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2023.06.08 00:16 scooterwe Join Us at the TRU Summit Conference 2023: Elevate Your Rugby Education!

Join Us at the TRU Summit Conference 2023: Elevate Your Rugby Education!
Join us at the highly anticipated TRU Summit Conference, the largest rugby event in the nation, from August 25-27 in Fort Worth! Enhance your skills, knowledge, and connections in the rugby community with World Rugby Certification Courses, Rugby Knowledge Pathways, and Referee Talent Development. Unlock your potential, connect with fellow enthusiasts, and contribute to the growth of USA rugby.
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2023.06.08 00:00 Post_Mormon AITA for only staying the weekend of my sister's wedding?

Some context. I (24F) have been married to my husband (27M) since 2018 and we have a daughter (3F), and one on the way. We have lived in Idaho mostly since we got married. My family, including my mom, older sister, older brother, and step dad, all live in Texas. We spent the summer of COVID living with my family down in Texas to save on expenses, and then moved to Utah. We moved back to Idaho, near my in laws, last August. My sister is getting married in less than 2 weeks and then she and her fiance will be moving to Utah for his grad school.
We try to visit my family when we have the time and money to travel down. We choose to drive since we'd rather handle our toddler on the road than on a cramped plane, and overall, it costs less for us to drive than to fly, since it would cost us over $1000 for all 3 of us to get round trip tickets. We will be driving down for the wedding and plan to arrive late Thursday night, before the wedding on Saturday and rehearsal dinner Friday. I am the maid of honor and am happy to be. We plan to leave Monday morning after the wedding, since it will take us about 2 and a half days to drive back and my husband only has so many days he can take off of work every year, and we like to use them for other things throughout the year as well, and he will be taking 6 days already with our current travel plans.
My mom has always complained to me about how much we visit my husband's family, since it's always been a lot easier to take a weekend trip to see them for holidays and special occasions since they only lived maximum 5 hours away, and now we live in the same city as them, and seems to resent the good relationship I have with my mil in particular. We try to plan Christmas so that we rotate between my in-laws and my family, but since we're coming for the wedding, we won't be able to afford Christmas too, on top of not wanting to travel with a newborn, since I'm due in September, which has greatly upset my mom. She has been complaining about it to me whenever she can for months ever since we booked our non refundable hotel stay and told her about our travel plans.
I just got a video message from her crying and talking about how upset she is about how we decided to only stay for 3 days in Texas, and because she's going to be so busy with the wedding she won't be able to spend any time with us or our daughter, and that she offered to let us stay in their camper, since their other 2 bedrooms are occupied by my sister and my brother, and we booked a hotel to have our own space and a comfortable bed to sleep on since I'm about 5 months pregnant.
I do feel for my mom and understand it's hard for her to be so far away from me and my family and not be able to see us as often as my in-laws, but I also get frustrated when she constantly complains about how short and far apart our visits are, even when we're in the middle of a visit she complains.
So aita for only staying for 3 days for the wedding?
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