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Rider Magazine, February 2020

Rider Magazine, February 2020I wish to comment on Rick Stern’s “Complex History” letter in the January Response. I so much agree with him. I wanted to write such a well-composed letter but did not think it would be printed. I am one-quarter Blackfeet, one-quarter Ottawa, otherwise known as a “half-breed,” which I am proud of. I have been riding for 65 years and reading your fine magazine since the early years. You do a great job.Dan “Redskin” Howe, Apache Junction, Arizona Hi Jenny, I read your excellent story, “100 Percent,” in the February issue. You mentioned the Hi Jolly monument in Quartzsite, Arizona. I stopped there so many years ago that I forgot where it was. Thank you for reminding me. You might be interested to know that the New Christy Minstrels had a song about Hi Jolly back in the ‘60s: Hi Jolly, hey Jolly, twenty miles today by…


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Toyota recalls model year 2020 Highlanders with fuel supply issue

Toyota recalls model year 2020 Highlanders with fuel supply issueFuel may not be correctly supplied to the engine while using the stop and restart feature By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs April 3, 2020 Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing is recalling 38,810 model year 2020 Highlanders with a 3.5 L, V6 (2GR-FKS) gasoline engine. Due to an Engine Control Unit (ECU) programming error, fuel may not be correctly supplied to the engine while using the stop and restart feature. Improper fuel supply programming can result in a vehicle stall, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do Toyota will notify owners, and dealers will reprogram the ECU free of charge. The recall is expected to begin April 24, 2020. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at (888) 270-9371. Toyota’s number for this recall is 20TA06. ….. Read More.CONSUMER AFFAIRS – General | Consumers & ShoppingFri, April 3, 202022 hours ago


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2020 CMT Music Awards Moved to October Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

2020 CMT Music Awards Moved to October Due to Coronavirus PandemicThe 2020 CMT Music Awards will take place in the fall, rather than in June, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Continue reading… ….. Read More.TASTE OF COUNTRY – Country Music | Music & MusiciansFri, April 3, 202023 hours ago


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Consumers still have time to complete the 2020 Census

Consumers still have time to complete the 2020 CensusResponses are factored into determinations on federal funding for communities, schools, and more By Sarah D. Young of ConsumerAffairs April 3, 2020 Although the original deadline to respond to the 2020 U.S. Census passed on Wednesday, consumers still have time to submit their answers to the mandatory questionnaire. With the coronavirus outbreak bearing down on the nation, the government has extended the deadline for completing the form and is strongly encouraging consumers to respond online via the Census Bureaus website, by phone, or by mail. Completing the 12-question form now will minimize the need for the Census Bureau to send census takers out into communities to follow up, the Bureau notes. The self-response period of the census has been extended from July 31 to August 14 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Determines federal funding Consumers are legally required to provide a tally…


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Medicare For All Coronavirus Patients? But Who Exactly Qualifies?

Medicare For All Coronavirus Patients? But Who Exactly Qualifies?The Trump administration decided against opening special window for Affordable Care Act sign ups. “It’s like they’re twisting themselves into pretzels to avoid anything” Obamacare, said one.(Image credit: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images) ….. Read More.NPR – Politics | Politics & GovernmentFri, April 3, 202014 hours ago


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Marian Hill Is the Coolest Band You May Have Heard Of

Marian Hill Is the Coolest Band You May Have Heard OfSamantha Gongol doesn’t mind the mistake. It’s become the running joke of the tour: The lead singer of Marian Hill isn’t named Marian Hill. The band’s name is actually a mashup of two characters from the corny play The Music Man. So how does it end up sounding so cool? When Gongol and Jeremy Lloyd, the other half of the band, chose Marian Hill it was more indicative of their sound—personal influences collaged to evoke universal and undeniable hipness—than the claiming of an influence. “We weren’t like, ‘Yes! The themes of The Music Man resonate deeply with the type of music we want to make,” says Lloyd. “It was very much, ‘What are cool word combinations?” It’d be hard to know, with their vibey status that they both acted in the musical in high school together. Marian Hill exudes a nuanced edginess. They create…


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