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Yes, it certainly seems like the country is coming out of its long COVID-19 hibernation, likely quickly enough for a lot of you to enjoy something like a normal summer or fall vacation. Here are some key developments you can expect along the way.

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Ahman Green (above), a former third-round pick from Nebraska, had fallen out of favor with Seattle head coach Mike Holmgren because of his frequent fumbling. Holmgren, the former Green Bay head coach who’d led the 1996 Packers to the Super Bowl XXXI title, had the dual role of coach and general manager and decided to move Green to his old team. It proved to be a colossal mistake.

If you travel at all this summer, chances are most of you will be confined to the U.S., and many off those will be hitting big cities. Yes, you can find pricey private sightseeing tours almost anywhere, but some U.S. cities offer public transit trips on spectacular routes that are a lot less expensive, offering flexible schedules, and avoiding extended stops at cheap souvenir shops.

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This three-ingredient whiskey cocktail should be stirred in a crystal glass or Mason jar to keep things cold as ice.

Beginning May 24, Amtrak will resume daily service on its main long-haul routes. Renewing the daily trips returns Amtrak closer to its traditional pre-COVID pattern, as well as its traditional problems. Amtrak says demand has remained high, with resumption made possible by the COVID-19 stimulus package. Full resumption will roll out between May 24 and June 7:

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