“Back to normal to have people sitting inside again. It was a little weird at first on Friday because we haven’t been used to it but now it feels like old times a little bit,” said Ocean City Cafe owner Bethany Devoy. … [Read more...] about ‘Feels Like Old Times’ At Jersey Shore As Indoor Dining Returns In Time For Labor Day Weekend
Restless legs what does it feel like
“If you’ve been through an ACL you know how hard one is. When you go through three, it means a lot to get that recognition from your comrades, your teachers, your coaches,” Butt said recently. “But for me, I’m healthy. It’s part of my story but I’m out there, I’m out there playing ball, I’m not looking back.” … [Read more...] about Washington’s Alex Smith, Broncos’ Jake Butt are the feel-good stories heading into 2020 season
Despite closing stores temporarily because of the pandemic, Lululemon said Tuesday that sales increased 2% to $903 million during the quarter ending August 2, compared with the same period last year. Lululemon (LULU) was able to make up for temporary closures with sales online, which grew 157% last quarter. … [Read more...] about People can’t stop buying leggings. That’s great news for Lululemon and Athleta
“For me, the only part that I saw was the aftermath of widespread, nationwide Islamophobia that I’ve seen carried out my entire life. That’s been a part of my world since then,” said Permann, who graduated from California State University, Northridge last year, and has been working as a sign language interpreter at Purple Communications since. … [Read more...] about 19 Years On, Does a Post-9/11 Generation Remember the Attacks?
Melburnians exercise along Elwood Beach on July 13, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire are in lockdown following the rise in COVID-19 cases through community transmissions. The new restrictions came into effect on Thursday 9 July, with residents in lockdown areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. People are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Gatherings of groups of more than two or more than a household group are not permitted while school holidays have been extended by a week so children remain home. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. Eight public housing estates that have been under hard lockdown have reopened subject to stage 3 COVID-19 restrictions in line with the rest of Melbourne, while the tower at Alfred Street … [Read more...] about What Lockdown 2.0 Looks Like: Harsher Rules, Deeper Confusion