JG: Amy called me and said someone suggested we speak because we have some of the same representatives. We overlap in a lot of ways. It was two weeks ago, during my last trip traveling somewhere, I was at the California capital building with Gov. Newsom. He was ping-ponging back and forth between shutting the state down and what that was going to look like. I was there with [Save the Children Action Network president] Mark Shriver to talk about rural California and the poor kids there and of course it turned into talking about how was food going to get to those kids. The week before, Mark and I had happened to be in Kentucky talking to Gov. Andy Beshear about the exact same thing. We were out at a school in Perry County, Kentucky, talking to the school superintendent and principal and how the kids have breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks and how they take food home every single day. We talked about what was going to happen to them. So it was really top of mind when Amy called and I … [Read more...] about Jennifer Garner, Amy Adams on ‘Save With Stories,’ Helping Children During Coronavirus Quarantine
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As the world watched John Paul’s rapidly declining health during the early months of 2005, the pope’s suffering was on full display. When he appeared at the window of the papal apartments on Easter Sunday, he was barely able to speak above a whisper. We watched and our hearts were moved. Despite the Easter jubilation, the pope was still walking “the way of the cross.” … [Read more...] about Patrick Novecosky: Pope John Paul II, who died exactly 15 years ago, taught us to have hope in troubled times
Grocery stores across the region have enacted similar measures in an attempt to promote social distancing and keep their employees safe, such as reducing hours, having special morning hours reserved just for seniors, as well as limiting the total number of people allowed in their store at one time. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Shopping: Costco Limiting Customers To 2 Per Membership Card At A Time
Your odds of avoiding an audit are usually pretty good. The IRS reviewed almost 1 million tax returns in fiscal year (FY) 2018, resulting in a low audit rate of 0.5%. Raising red flags in your return are likely to increase your odds of being audited. Some of these cannot be avoided, but others are essentially errors in judgment. … [Read more...] about Top 9 Audit Red Flags
Meanwhile, the NFL is looking ahead: “[A full season] is our expectation. Am I certain of that? I’m not certain I’ll be here tomorrow. But I’m planning on it, and in the same way, we’re planning on having a full season. … All of our discussions, all of our focus, has been on a normal, traditional season, starting on time, playing in front of fans, in our regular stadiums, and going through a full 16-game regular season and a full set of playoffs. That’s our focus.” … [Read more...] about NFL Planning Full Season With Full Stadiums — Is It Optimism Or Arrogance?