Plastic surgeon Dr. Gabiel Chiu of Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Inc., who treated Evangelista, says that, since the pandemic, the number of consultations and demand for treatments have more than doubled at his Southern California practice. He’s seeing more first-timers and people willing to consider more intensive procedures, because the recovery period is easier to conceal. … [Read more...] about Plastic Surgeons Seeing ‘Zoom Boom’ Among Stay-Home Remote Workers During Pandemic
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On Jan. 6, in the aftermath of the pro-Trump mob attack on the Capitol, Lindell issued several tweets claiming that “antifa is responsible for the attacks.” The FBI last week said there was no evidence suggesting that members of the left-wing movement were involved in the deadly storming of the Capitol. … [Read more...] about MyPillow CEO photographed with notes after Trump meeting
Trump was criticized for confiscating the notes of an interpreter who was with him in 2017 when the president talked with Putin in Hamburg, Germany. Lawmakers tried unsuccessfully to obtain the notes of another interpreter who was with Trump in 2018 when he met with Putin in Helsinki, Finland. It's unclear whether the two presidents talked about Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Many people suspected the subject did come up because at a news conference afterward, Trump said he believed Putin when Putin denied Russian interference despite U.S. intelligence agencies finding the opposite. … [Read more...] about Will Trump’s mishandling of records leave a hole in history?
Kim, a biology and physiology teacher at Fremont High school who was recently named an Oakland Unified School District Teacher of the Year, was part of “Dub Hub” on a night when Warriors hype man Franco Finn consistently popped into her virtual room to excite the participants and the fans bounced to beats from Derrick “DJ D-Sharp” Robinson during timeouts. … [Read more...] about Warriors’ ‘Dub Hub’ gives fans access to ‘sacred moment,’ players a sense of normalcy
Vox’s critic-at-large Emily VanDerWerff wrote a letter to company editors and posted a version of it on Twitter. She complained that Yglesias signing the letter made her feel “less safe.” VanDerWerff also claimed that the letter included “anti-trans dogwhistles,” linking to another tweet where various phrases regarding transgenders were inserted into the actual letter. … [Read more...] about Newsroom Staff Revolts Become Common In The News Media’s War Against Intellectual Diversity