Israel is leading the charge in the fight against COVID-19
Israel is leading the charge in the fight against COVID-19
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While you can get an outdoor television, home projector is the key to making the experience possible — though not any old model will do, according to the tech experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute. In evaluating more than 10 of the latest home projectors, we focused on the features that do the most to enhance outdoor viewing, including brightness, ease of streaming, image crispness and clarity, and portability, knowing that most people will carry the equipment back inside once the show is over. As with our reviews of home projectors for indoor use, the following roundup is based upon comprehensive categorical testing, road testing of newer models and reviewing updates to past favorites.
From Tamera Mowry as the Seashell to Kermit the Frog as the Snail, here's every celebrity to be unmasked on "The Masked Singer."
Many have written love letters to their shampoo, conditioner and hair oil, so I wasn’t surprised to see their newest product receiving the same praise. Introducing the No.8 Bond Intensive Moisture Mask: the first hair mask in their collection that promises shine, smoothness and overall moisture (aka three of my favorite things). Given that I’m always looking for a good hair mask, this was the perfect opportunity to try the popular brand and bring some life back to my curls.
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The New York City Police Department said a person approached two Asian women and "demanded they remove their masks" before hitting one with a hammer.
If your ends are starting to fray, your color is looking dull, or your curls are looking limp, then it's time to call on the big guns: hair masks and intensive treatments. Think of hair masks as a much more concentrated version of conditioner that aims to address whatever your hair woe might be, whether that's a lack of moisture, an overabundance of heat tools, greasy roots, saggy curls, brittle ends, or faded highlights. "Hair masks are a great way to get the condition back, whether you're suffering from loss of moisture or lots of damage from over-styling," London-based hairstylist Lewis Pallett told POPSUGAR.
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PlanDisney is an official resource for planning trips to Disney parks but it's staffed by other fans who can help you plan a COVID-safe trip.
I’m talking adjustable straps, an extra pocket, and zero bunching.
Mother-daughter duo Jill Zarin and Ally Shapiro chat with WWD on their brand’s one-year anniversary, new collections and what’s to come.
With summer currently underway, we can think of no better, more relaxing way to soak up the ways than next to your pool in your own backyard. But instead of laying out on a lounge chair, why not max out on comfort and kick back in an outdoor recliner? That’s right, outdoor recliners actually exist, […]
If you haven’t already stocked up on patio furniture that’ll help you live your best, #HotVaxSummer life, then we have great news for you: Aldi‘s specials this week include a slew of incredible deals on outdoor seating. We’re talking stacking rockers, oversized stacking chairs, side tables, seat pads and chair cushions, and even a four-piece […]
Mandatory Credit: Photo by AP/Shutterstock (8467748e) Tucker Carlson, host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” poses for photos in a Fox News Channel studio, in New York Tucker Carlson, New York, USA – 02 Mar 2017 Fox News’ Tucker Carlson is best known for stoking fear among white conservatives and calling it “news.” And while Carlson appears to have suffered from amnesia that precludes him from uttering his former buddy-buddy Rep. Matt Gaetz’s (R-FL) name on air, Carlson’s latest target has been a favorite of his over the past year: people who wear masks because they’re considerate and trust science and medical professionals. More specifically, the conservative talking head is taking issue with Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff. “Just today, Kamala Harris and her husband made a point of kissing each other in front of photographers while wearing masks. They did that despite the fact that they are married, that they live together, that they were standing outside at the time, and despite the fact that both have been vaccinated,” Carson said on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight on Wednesday. “Now a number of crude jokes come to mind but for once we are going to pass on that. What exactly are we watching here? We are watching the crudest kind of propaganda designed by the cynical for the benefit of a population they consider stupid and weak and malleable.” In the *very* short clip Carlson shared, Harris and Emhoff are seen walking a long distance away from photographers, likely unaware of them, in a group of guards and other people, before they briefly peck with their masks on. A conspiracy! Tucked is mad at the Veep for kissing her husband pic.twitter.com/StjWfL5nNU— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@MollyJongFast) May 6, 2021 But the fact that Carlson has — once again — denounced people wearing masks is hardly surprising. On April 26, Carlson encouraged his audience to harass parents who put masks on their children when they’re out in public, likening the act to child abuse. “Your response when you see children wearing masks as they play should be no different from your response to seeing someone beat a kid in Walmart,” Carlson said. “What you’re looking at is abuse. It’s child abuse. And you are morally obligated to attempt to prevent it.” Carlson has also equated wearing a mask outside to “exposing oneself in public,” and has attacked COVID-19 vaccines by regurgitating unproven, inaccurate misinformation about vaccine safety. It’s also unsurprising that Carlson decided to attack Vice President Harris and her husband. Carlson has repeatedly mispronounced the vice president’s name on purpose and has often refused to apologize on air when corrected. He has called Harris a “fraud” and “transparently one-dimensional,” and given his fanatic dedication to espousing white supremacist ideological viewpoints and themes, often directs his mediocre white man ire at Black women and other people of color. Carlson — whose own employer admits is not a credible source of news, and during a defamation lawsuit case, argued that “any reasonable viewer ‘arrive[s] with an appropriate amount of skepticism’ about the statements he makes” — is good at two things: stoking fear and tying bow ties. That he chose to take a routine moment between a husband and wife and twist it into some Democratic-led conspiracy theory to dumb down the masses is par for Tuck Tuck’s course. But a two-second masked kiss between partners is not a red alarm cause for concern. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Tucker Carlson Calls Kids Wearing Face Masks AbuseNY Post Writer Resigns Over Kamala Harris StoryTucker Carlson Never Thought Socialism Was Good.
High school seniors have had a rough go of it. Now, prom is coming back... kind of. Do the modified gatherings help from a mental health perspective?