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    CHICAGO (CBS) — Mail problems have been plaguing the city of Chicago and the suburbs since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. But people living in one northwest side neighborhood didn’t expect to hear this: Come get your mail yourself. RELATED: Where To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In The Chicago Area CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports it’s an un-welcomed first. And one the post office is now denying, which isn’t making things any better. People who live in an Edison Park condo building, down the street from a United States Post Office, said when it comes to getting their mail, they have to stand in a line. That message was given to Tim Steigerwald’s neighbor on Monday. “She was also told, and this is unusual, we’ll give you the mail now. But from now on you have to have people in your building call us ahead of time...
    The 11 Buzziest Cooking Products Every Home Chef Should Own in 2021 Rolando Romero dominates, stops Avery Sparrow in Round 7 Eva Mendes Says She Took Time Off Social Media After Daughter Told Her She Was on the Phone Too Much © Phillip Faraone/Getty Images Eva Mendes knows that kids don't hold back. The 46-year-old actress and businesswoman revealed why she had been silent on social media. Mendes explained on Saturday that one of her two daughters, whom she shares with Ryan Gosling, told her that she was spending too much time on her phone. "I haven’t posted lately because my little one told me I was on the phone too much," Mendes admitted. "I could tell she was taking it personally. And she’s a kid, of course she’d take it personally." "They take things personally unless we go out of our way to make it clear to them...
    Getty Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged to be married after dating for five years, but one The Voice castmate remembers telling her not to start a relationship with the superstar. Stefani and Shelton announced their engagement on Instagram in October 2020, and details about their wedding planning process have been steadily emerging since then. Those plans are being made as Shelton is filming season 20 of The Voice alongside host Carson Daly. Years ago, Daly says he had an interesting conversation with the couple about their relationship, and if they had listened to him, they wouldn’t be where they are today.Carson Daly Said He Told Stefani Not to Date Shelton View this post on Instagram A post shared by Gwen Stefani (@gwenstefani) Daly recently said on The Today Show that he had originally warned Stefani away from Shelton. “Five years ago, when you started to date Blake, you’ll...
    Tan France wants the streetwear trend to end. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP "Queer Eye" fashion expert Tan France told Insider he hopes people will "embrace fashion" post-pandemic while promoting his collaboration with EyeBuyDirect. He hopes to see "a resurgence" of chic looks like well-tailored, fitted outfits.  France also told Insider he's "hoping that streetwear is on its way out." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In a world filled with anxiety and uncertainty, "Queer Eye" style expert Tan France has one ardent wish for when there's some stability: He really hopes people will "embrace fashion" again, and also that streetwear is on its way out. "It's a difficult [question], because we don't really know what's going to happen with the pandemic. I'm hoping that the world will get back on track within the next few months, " France recently told Insider while promoting his collaboration with EyeBuyDirect. "Up until the...
    INTERNET star Paige Spiranac says she is told to play from the "ladies tee" so she "doesn't keep the men up" - despite being an ex-pro golfer. The American, famed on social media for trick shots and glamorous photos, took a swing at the treatment she sometimes still receives on courses. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Paige Spiranac (@_paige.renee) 4Arizona ace Paige Spiranac has regularly hit out at golf as 'elitist... stuffy' and exclusive', also arguing the sport's dress code is outdatedCredit: Instagram @_paige.renee 4Golfing tips and glamorous snaps, indoors as well as outdoors, have continued to come from Paige Spiranac during the coronavirus crisis With 2.9million Instagram followers, the 27-year-old has previously blamed golf's middle-aged male establishment for harassment she has suffered, including blackmail and death threats. Now Spiranac has pitched in again on a more practical problem. Next to a smiling photo of herself, golf club in hand, she...
    NANCY Pelosi’s and other Democrat leaders are reportedly telling reps "NOT to take jobs with Joe Biden in the White House because it could cost them the House." The word of the warning came as Democrats so far in the election hold 219 seats – just one over the majority 218 needed for control in Congress. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 5Nancy Pelosi and other Democrat leaders have reportedly told members of the House not to give up their seats for positions with Biden in the White HouseCredit: Getty - Pool 5Joe Biden's transition team is gearing up for JanuaryCredit: AP:Associated Press According to the latest numbers from the Associated Press, Democrats held 219 seats, compared to Republicans' 203. Republicans so far have gained 7 seats – but there are still 13 states that have yet to be called. Insiders have...
    Justin Bieber posted the message: "The right healthy food is actually medicine." James Devaney/GC Images Justin Bieber told a doctor to "f--- off" after he corrected the singer's Instagram post that told fans "healthy food is medicine." The Canadian singer shared the advice with fans in a post to Instagram that read: "The right healthy food is actually medicine," and in the caption below, he encouraged anyone who is dealing with anxiety or depression to change their diet. However, Dr Joshua Wolrich, a British surgical doctor, challenged Bieber's post, warning him that although the "intention behind this post is good," it could potentially be quite harmful to his fans. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Justin Bieber told a doctor to "literally f--- off" after he corrected the singer's Instagram post that told fans "healthy food is medicine." The 26-year-old singer shared the advice with fans in...
    A shopper in a New Jersey Staples store was caught on video throwing another woman — who was using a cane — to the floor after the victim told her to socially distance because she wasn't correctly wearing her mask over her nose, the New York Post reported. The paper added that the victim suffered a broken leg in the incident Wednesday afternoon in Hackensack. What are the details? Surveillance video shows the unknown assailant improperly wearing a mask and walking up to a 54-year-old woman who was using a copy machine, police told the Post. Cops said the victim told the improperly masked woman to either back up or put on her mask correctly, the paper noted. Her mask wasn't covering her nose, just her mouth. The 54-year-old woman also raised her cane and pointed at the assailant, who had been...
    A look at the 3-strikes-youre-closed policy for bars, restaurants The Pivot: How Chef Paola Velez Is Shifting Gears During the Pandemic Female employees of the Redskins were told to avoid a staircase at team headquarters where male employees were accused of looking up skirts, according to damning report © Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images A helmet of the Washington Redskins. Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images In a report from The Washington Post, 15 women claimed they were sexually harassed and verbally abused by male employees of the Washington Redskins. According to the report, veteran female employees warned new female employees to avoid a staircase at the team's headquarters where men could look up women's skirts. One female employee told The Post that she caught a male employee looking up her skirt on the staircase, saying he leaned in for a "better angle." Women told The Washington Post that protocols for...
    USF reportedly doesn’t want fans attending the season opener against Texas. The Bulls and Longhorns are slated to play Sept. 5 in Austin, and USF doesn’t want to bring a large crew to the game. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) According to Chris Torello, the team “has advised it’s [sic] high level donors and season ticket holders to not book trips” for the game against Tom Herman’s team. Been told #USF has advised it’s high level donors and season ticket holders to not book trips to #Texas for their Bulls’ season-opener against the #Longhorns September 5th in Austin. Not a shocker. As always with #COVID-19…plans can change. — CHRIS TORELLO (@TorelloSports) June 30, 2020 Don’t be surprised if you see more and more stuff like this in the world of college football as the season nears. Currently, college football has been thrown...
    An Ohio couple ordered a pizza and was horrified to open the box to find its pepperoni arranged as a swastika, according to a report. Jason Laska said he had picked up the pie Saturday night from a Little Caesars shop in Brook Park and brought it home, WJW-TV reported. “[My wife] turned and asked me ‘Babe, did you order this, did they make it for you?’ And I turned around and looked at it and I could see the shock on her face and then my jaw just dropped,” Laska told the outlet. The couple called the pizza joint, which had just closed, to complain and received a response the following day from the manager. “[The employees] told him that it was supposed to be an internal joke that they were playing on each other and the other employee, and the pizza was never intended to go out,” Laska...
    It was a Come to Jesus moment, of sorts, for the NYPD. After days of looking the other way, cops moved in Saturday night to arrest a homeless man who calls himself “Son of God Lord Saviour Jesus Christ” and who had taken up residence — often without the benefit of clothing — since May in the drained fountain at Washington Square Park. Police finally cuffed and arrested the squatter, Matthew Mishefski, on Saturday at 9:30 p.m. when he began brawling in the nude with two other barely-dressed men, witnesses told The Post. Some 12 NYPD officers responded to the scene; Mishefski was transported from the landmark in an ambulance. Mishefski, 25, has told The Post he is from the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania and has said he’s autistic. City authorities — including police, Parks Department employees and homeless outreach coordinators — hadn’t been able to convince him to...
    Two people were killed and at least four more had to be hospitalized Saturday after a man crashed his car into a Northern California Walmart distribution center and started shooting with an AR-type weapon, officials said. The mayhem began at around 3 p.m., when the shooter rammed his vehicle into the Red Bluff City building about 131 miles north of Sacramento, starting a small fire, CNN reported. Then the sound of gunfire was heard, and responding police officers shot the suspected gunman, KHSL-TV reported. His condition wasn’t released, the station said. But hospital officials told the station that the four hospitalized victims were all in fair condition. The shooter had first circled the parking lot four times before crashing into the building with his semi-automatic long gun, the Record-Searchlight newspaper reported,. citing Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston. The shooter used an “AR-type weapon,” emergency dispatchers told the newspaper. There...
    Dog the Bounty Hunter asked his fans to post photos in honor of late wife Beth Chapman for the first anniversary of her tragic death. Beth passed away at the age of 51 on June 26, 2019, after a long battle with stage four throat cancer. 6 Duane Chapman asked fans to help him honor Beth on her upcoming death anniversaryCredit: Instagram Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, took to Instagram to commence the commemorative celebrations for his late wife. Along with a stunning picture of her from her funeral last year, the 67-year-old called out to his fans: "#fortheloveofbeth "On June 26, 2020 Cecily B Chapman will be hosting a 1-year remembrance of her beloved Mom Beth Chapman! "The paddle out will begin at 5:30 pm at Waimanalo Beach. Prayer will take place on the beach and in the water. "Bring your board and flowers so we can...
    The Washington Post is defending its 3,000-word article about a random woman, 54, who attended a Post editorial cartoonists’ 2018 Halloween party dressed as Meghan Kelly in blackface. The woman (who will not be named by The Daily Wire) was fired from her employer after she told them about the costume incident, and that the Washington Post was writing a story on it.  Even though the woman was confronted at the party, left in humiliation, and apologized to the host the next day, The Post decided to run an investigation nearly two years later after Lexie Gruber — one of the party guests who confronted the woman — decided to seek news coverage for it. “Employees of The Washington Post, including a prominent host, were involved in this incident, which impelled us to tell the story ourselves thoroughly and accurately while allowing all involved to have their say,” a spokesperson...
    Broadway director Jerry Zaks. Drama Desk Awards. Four Tonys. Nominated for Bette Midler’s “Hello, Dolly!” in 2017. How smart is he? When I rehearsed my suggested one-woman show he yawned, “Forget it!” That’s how smart. He’s to direct — whenever that is — “The Music Man” starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster, with Warren Carlyle doing choreography. But when Earth shut months ago, he was opening “Mrs. Doubtfire,” starring Rob McClure, at the Sondheim. “In 50 years, I’ve never been told to stop working. Suddenly, the Broadway League said, ‘Go home.’ It’s a real shock. All the costumes, props, scenery, wigs, makeup, backstage crew, notes, personal stuff, everything’s locked up in the theater. We stay in touch, meet periodically and schmooze on Zoom.” Everyone’s frustrated. “The production is shut down. Look, you can’t undo a person-to-person event. You can’t digitize theater. Some members can get unemployment, but we’re in...
    A California woman has filed a $10 million claim against the LAPD after she was shot in the head with a rubber bullet meant for George Floyd protesters — leaving her with a traumatic brain injury, according to reports. Single mom Yasmine Morales, 26, was driving to Target to buy a birthday present for her son on May 30 when she stopped at an intersection near a George Floyd rally, her attorney told KCAL9. While stopped, an officer in a patrol vehicle fired unannounced through her open car window, fracturing her skull and causing a brain bleed that has left her unable to walk without assistance, the attorney, Neama Rahmani, told the station. “This has dramatically altered the course of her life,” the attorney insisted, calling Morales a “single mom just trying to make it just like the rest of us.” “Someone innocent like this should not suffer at the hands...
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