Published 10:05 am PDT, Sunday, July 14, 2019 Clay IGA, the only major grocery store in Clay County, W.Va., closed June 24. 2019, without warning. A sign on the door informs customers of the closure. Though the sign says the store is temporarily closed, it has remained shuttered since June 24. The owner declined to say whether the store would reopen. (Amelia Ferrell Knisely/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP) less Clay IGA, the only major grocery store in Clay County, W.Va., closed June 24. 2019, without warning. A sign on the door informs customers of the closure. Though the sign says the store is temporarily closed, it ... more Photo: Amelia Ferrell Knisely, AP Photo: Amelia Ferrell Knisely, AP Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Clay IGA, the only major grocery store in … [Read more...] about Clay County’s only major grocery store closes
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By Dale Robertson, Houston Chronicle Published 11:59 am CDT, Tuesday, March 26, 2019 PHOTOS: Clay Court Championships Mike Bryan, left, and his brother Bob Bryan celebrate winning a game against Taro Daniel and Yoshihito Nishioka during men's doubles in the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship at River Oaks Country Club, Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Houston. ( Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle ) >>>Look back at photos from the 2018 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship ... less PHOTOS: Clay Court Championships Mike Bryan, left, and his brother Bob Bryan celebrate winning a game against Taro Daniel and Yoshihito Nishioka during men's doubles in the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship ... more Photo: Karen Warren/Houston Chronicle Photo: Karen Warren/Houston Chronicle … [Read more...] about Six-time winners Bob & Mike Bryan to return to US clay courts at River Oaks
caption Wallace’s giant bee is about the size of a human thumb, far larger than the average honey bee. source Clay Bolt The Wallace’s giant bee has been found in the wild 38 years since its last sighting. It’s the largest bee in the world, at about the size of human thumb. The bee boasts a wingspan of 2.5 inches and has two large pincers. In January, a group of scientists and nature photographers successfully located the bee in Indonesia. The species is listed as vulnerable to extinction by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Wallace’s giant bee had been flying under the radar since its last known sighting in 1981. Until a few months ago. At 1.5 inches long, the bee is the world’s largest. It has a wingspan of 2.5 inches and enormous jaws, making it a fearsome sight. But Wallace’s giant bee – officially called Megachile pluto – had been rather camera shy for … [Read more...] about The world’s largest bee was found in the wild 38 years after its last sighting. It was one of the planet’s top 25 ‘most wanted’ species.
It's been two long years since Breath of the Wild rewired the connections inside my brain.It messed me up. In some ways you might say it ruined video games. Other video games. Sure, in the time since its release I've played other games, I might have even enjoyed some of those games. But every single one of them have been filtered through the earth shattering prism that is Breath of the Wild. And trust me, it's not a flattering light.It's no one's fault, really.It's not God of War's fault it's not Breath of the Wild. It's not Spider-Man's fault it's not Breath of the Wild. I spent a good ten hours playing Red Dead Redemption 2 hoping it was Breath of the Wild, then eventually gave up. No-one's fault. Sorry Red Dead Redemption 2. You tried, but you weren't Breath of the Wild.During the past two years I've been trying my best to recover from Breath of the Wild. Trying to reframe my expectations. Trying my level best to remember that other games aren't Breath of the Wild. That in this … [Read more...] about Two years on, I’m still recovering from Breath of the Wild
Tech & Science The world’s biggest bee, which has been lost to science for almost 40 years, has been rediscovered in the wild. The species, Megachile pluto, also known as Wallace’s giant bee, is around four times bigger than the European honeybee. It is estimated to have a wingspan of around 2.5 inches and has enormous, beetle-like jaws it uses to gather resin and wood for its nest. Wallace’s giant bee was discovered by British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace during an expedition trip to the Indonesian island of Bacan in 1858. He found the bee on the last day of exploring the island. Describing it, he said it was a “large black wasp-like insect, with immense jaws like a stag-beetle.” The next time the bee was seen was 1981 when American entomologist Adam Messer reported sightings on three different Indonesian islands. During this time, he documented some aspects of its behavior—like how it builds nests inside termite mounds. Since then, … [Read more...] about World’s Biggest Bee: Long Lost Monster Species With ‘Immense Jaws’ Rediscovered in Wild