ORANGE COUNTY, CA— Who wants to get married outside in Orange County…at the Honda Center? Yes. Once again, in an effort to halt the spread of COVID-19, Orange County Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen is relocating his department’s marriage services to Honda Center in Anaheim. It’s the second time in 2020 that […]

In terms of market volatility, this year is definitely one for the books. 2020 saw market movements that would normally take decades, compressed into a single year. With unemployment rates at their highest and businesses facing the risk of bankruptcy, the economy hit some new lows this year. However, a […]

UPPER WEST SIDE, NY — With in-person summer camps and typical summer plans put on hold by the coronavirus pandemic, the American Museum of Natural History is stepping up to offer online programs for kids. The historic museum on the Upper West Side of Manhattan recently launched a wide-range of […]

Transportation appears to have entered a time warp this summer. Everywhere we turn, groups are rattling around the city on boneshakers like Victorian dandies at the turn of the century or traveling the country by RV like a 1950s-style family. And now we’ve got another set of wheels to add […]

Transportation appears to have entered a time warp this summer. Everywhere we turn, groups are rattling around the city on boneshakers like Victorian dandies at the turn of the century or traveling the country by RV like a 1950s-style family. And now we’ve got another set of wheels to add […]

Written by Mayor Mary Marvin: BRONXVILLE, NY — Given the time of year and the recent spate of incredibly warm weather, there is no denying that summer is truly here, making a column about summer activities truly apropos. The Village tennis program is up and running. Applications may be printed […]

Keep learning from home this summer. Online classes can teach learners of any age new skills, aid in a career transition or offer an accessible way to explore a new topic. This summer, some online platforms — including those that provide massive open online courses, or MOOCs — are offering […]

Are you in college and feeling like you’re stuck in limbo because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Hiring freezes, canceled internships and stay-at-home orders have thrown a lot of summer 2020 plans out the window. But you can still make the most of your summer break to further your education, work […]

With summer camps pretty much non-existent this year, parents are looking for new ways to keep their kids engaged for the next few months. Luckily, National Geographic has stepped in and launched Nat Geo Family Camp. The eight-part program gives children the opportunity to enjoy a camp-like experience from the comfort of their own home.  According to a […]

10 things that are selling out everywhere this summer — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Summer is in full swing—but following months of quarantine due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it looks a little bit different this […]

Hotels are reopening in July: Getty Images Hotels, B&Bs, caravan parks and campsites in England have been permitted to open from 4 July 2020, while “social-distancing” guidance halved from two metres to one in England, better enabling hospitality to restart. But what about the other UK nations? When will a […]