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    AS 21st celebrations go this was hardly a walk on the wild side. United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saw his side stretch their unbeaten Prem away run to 21 matches. 7Man Utd drew another blank as they played out a dire 0-0 against Crystal PalaceCredit: EPA 7The Red Devils have now gone three games without scoring a single goalCredit: Rex Features But the only thing worth toasting at a freezing Selhurst Park after this would have been his tootsies. There was certainly not much on the pitch entertainment-wise to warm the heart - especially in a second half that matched anything in terms of tedium seen at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Dressed like a dazzle of zebras, a far from dazzling United once again looked anything but big-game hunters. After their stalemate at Chelsea, Solskjaer admitted he was miffed and mystified by his stars’ inability to find the net against...
    Blake Shelton is opening up about his proposal story with Gwen Stefani. In an interview with Access, the country crooner, 44, was asked about the moment he popped the question to the No Doubt frontwoman, 51, and revealed that Stefani's oldest son, Kingston, was by their side the entire time. "It’s kind of a blur, honestly," Shelton said. "I remember after I asked her, there was some crying and things and Gwen’s oldest son, Kingston, was sitting right next to us when this happened." "And Gwen in one moment said, ‘Wait a minute, did I answer you? Did I say yes out loud?’ And even I was wondering," Shelton recalled, noting that Kingston chimed in afterwards for confirmation. "And Kingston said, ‘Mom, yeah you did. I heard you say ‘Yes,’ you did.’" GWEN STEFANI SAYS BLAKE SHELTON HAS 'DIFFERENT SIDES' TO HIM THAT PUBLIC DOESN'T SEE "I don’t know how...
    Joan Wakefield has barely been able to walk for the best part of six months. The 72-year-old from Stockport had a knee replacement in October and has since suffered infections in the scar tissue, causing agonising pain. Then at the beginning of this month she received the first dose of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine. 'I woke up the next morning and the leg pain and stiffness was gone,' she says. 'I couldn't believe it. I joked with my partner about whether the vaccine had anything to do with it. Previously, I couldn't even bend my leg. Now I can extend it fully, and even put my shoes and socks on. I'm optimistic I'll be able to return to work sooner, rather than later, now.' It seems ludicrous – a vaccine designed to protect against one virus can, somehow, improve other totally unrelated elements of health. But Joan Wakefield is far from alone....
    Vice President Kamala Harris revealed on Thursday that she suffered minor side effects from her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 'The first dose, I was fine. The second dose I thought I was fine, got up early in the morning, went to work, and then midday, I realized, yeah, I might I might need to slow down a bit,' she said. 'Just that one day, and then it was fine,' she added. She made her comments at a Giant supermarket in Southeast Washington D.C. when she visited the store's pharmacy to see its vaccine distribution program. She was promoting the administration's Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, which is designed to ensure that the hardest hit communities have access to the vaccine - mainly through pharmacies. Vice President Kamala Harris revealed she suffered minor side effects from her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine Harris watched 69-year-old Brenda Thompson get her...
    This is the shocking moment a small plane smashes into a car after its engine failed and forced it to make an emergency landing on a California highway  Pilot Josh Redsun and his father were headed home to Napa but the plane lost power almost immediately after taking off and Mr Redsun was forced to land in Livermore near the 580 on Isabel Avenue at 5.10 on Tuesday evening.  Footage filmed by a witness shows the plane smashing into the side of a white Lexus sedan with such force that it is shunted backwards and starts to shake.  The Federal Aviation Agency, which is conducting an investigation into the engine failure, said there were no injuries to anyone involved in the crash.  Mr Redsun said that the four-seater plane was able to climb about 500 feet before it started diving down to the road below.  The pilot was quick-thinking and decided...
    A popular American etiquette expert has earned thousands of loyal followers for her etiquette classes, bestselling books, and Instagram page — but she was shocked to learn that one of those followers was covertly stealing her content and reposting it as her own. Myka Meier, New York Plaza Hotel's etiquette instructor and the founder of Beaumont Etiquette, is known for posting fun videos where she demonstrates Do's and Don'ts of table manners and other polite behavior. But when she recently began fielding questions about her so-called 'understudy,' Myka learned that she had a copycat on the other side of the globe: a Middle Eastern woman with her own etiquette school who has been recreating all of Myka's videos and passing them off as her own.  Exposed! Myka Meier (left) , the etiquette instructor for the Plaza Hotel in New York, frequently shares etiquette tips on Instagram — but...
    I WAS really disappointed when Frank Lampard lost his job at Chelsea. He swam the Channel to get them into the top four after losing Eden Hazard and having a transfer ban. 3Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was sacked on January 25 after his big summer signings failed to gel following his successful first season in chargeCredit: PA:Press Association 3Thomas Tuchel has greatly strengthened Chelsea's defence since succeeding Frank LampardCredit: AP:Associated Press What he achieved under the circumstances was incredible and personally I do not think he was given enough time to blend the young talent he brought through with the new signings. But having said that, Thomas Tuchel has hit the ground running with an undefeated start, winning four matches and drawing one. From his perspective it was about making Chelsea defensively more stable. 3 Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta, Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic have started all five of his Premier...
    DECIDING what to make for dinner each night can be exhausting - which is why this mum's solution is a game changer. The Australian mum-of-two shared her clever "cup trick" on Facebook which is as easy as "picking an idea out of a hat". 5The mum will place meal option in each of the cups - main and sides - and pick one out from eachCredit: Facebook Her and her daughter take turns in choosing what meal to cook by writing down options and placing them in a cup. They will then pick one out at random, along with a side, making up their meal for the night. The mum reckons it's made the meal planning process so much easier, and it's become a fun activity for them both, too. She shared two photos and explained how the nightly ritual works. 5She will write down...
    Jennifer Lee treated her Instagram followers to some sexy pictures and videos of herself in Mexico modeling a cute bikini on the beach. In the photos, Jennifer posed on a white sandy beach with the gentle waves rolling onto the shores, and the blue sky featured several white wispy clouds. The model remained the focus, though, and she wore a black and white print bikini that connected between her generous breasts with a silver logo. The triangle fabric cups protected her modestly while revealing a generous amount of her ample cleavage and a bit of underboob on both sides. The matching bottoms dipped down in a “V” in the front, showcasing Jennifer’s flat tummy. The adjustable straps rose high over her hips, with additional silver logos on each side. Jennifer wore her long brown hair in a loose bun at the back of her head. She accessorized with large gold-rimmed...
    Kelsie shared a front and back view of her revealing swimsuit. Kelsie Jean Smeby looked white-hot in black in a set of two photos that she posted to Instagram on Tuesday. The model rocked a bikini that left little for her 794,000 followers to imagine, but she used her caption to advise them to use their minds. Kelsie, 25, chose to pose in an earthy setting. She stood in front of a craggy stone wall that was various shades of brown. Its copper tones complemented her bronze tan. The rock glistened as if it were wet. There was also falling water visible in the foreground of her first photo, as if she were posing behind a waterfall. Kelsie wore a black bikini top with triangle cups that smoothly covered her generous bust. In lieu of strings, thick gold chains formed the piece’s halter neck. They gently pulled her ample assets...
    Lando Norris has had a brilliant F1 career so far, having secured a podium with a mid-field team, and eventually hitting a jackpot by helping McLaren secure their first top-three constructors’ finish in years. Meanwhile, his close friend, Alex Albon, had a rather awful 2020 season. And what was the result? Well, he’s without a drive for the 2021 season, and it looks like he might never return to F1 as a full-time driver. His short-term career turned out to be an example of how cruel Formula 1 could be at times. And Norris acknowledged that. What did Lando Norris say? According to Motorsport, the McLaren driver felt sorry for Albon, as the latter never found a breakthrough since his F1 entry despite driving for a potential championship-winning team. “What happened to him with the decisions of Red Bull, I’m a bit sorry because I know he’s a very good...
    New York : Cardi B. Photo: Jon Kopaloff / . The rapper Cardi B, who is still on the entertainment news table and reaping hit after hit and even more so now that he released his latest single “Up” in which he leaves kissing with some of his dancers. We tell you that your Instagram burned again when posting a video that left little to the imagination. It was a tight-fitting brown skirt with slits down the sides that made it clear she wasn’t wearing any underwear. Through the gaps it was also possible to perceive his immense and colorful tattoos. Obviously, her rear guard and hips stood out and the fans raved about in compliments towards the singer. There is no doubt that the wife of Offset She knows very well how to attract attention, either with her music, with her reality show or...
    As it has been behaving in recent days, the S&P Merval The wheel started with an interesting rise, which reached 52,100 points, almost 1% near noon, when a low began until 3:00 p.m. it remained within a lateral trend until 4:00 p.m. The last hour of the week showed a slight improvement to move away from the lows of the day. Regarding the performance of the leading roles, there was a lot of disparity, of the assets that increased the most PAMP (2.46%), BYMA (2.31%) and EAT (1.52%) on the side of the main losses CEPU (3.05%), KNOLL (3.03%) and MIRG (2.27%). The volume of operations in the market continues to decrease, the total operated was 197 billion, of which 125,800 million were fixed rent, 54 million were traded in options and 65,268 million surety. Refering to variable income, the total operated was 2,147 million pesos, being 635 million in...
    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not have a functional central system for monitoring the safety of coronavirus vaccines, officials admitted to the New York Times.  More than 48 million doses of coronavirus vaccines have been given in the US, Bloomberg data shows.  Yet the safety of those shots is currently tracked by a cobbled together set of smaller, older monitoring networks.  And despite its promise of a state-of-the-art, comprehensive apparatus to track and analyze safety data on the shots, FDA officials told the Times its new BEST system is still being developed, and likely won't be ready for weeks  or months.  That said, both Pfizer's and Moderna's shots were deemed safe in massive 40,000-person trials, and so far concerning side effects have been rare with just 31 cases of anaphylaxis reported in the first weeks of rollout, among millions of shots given.  For now, an older system that...
    Is the COVID-19 vaccine effective if you don’t experience a reaction after receiving it?  The two coronavirus vaccines have seen emergency approval in the U.S. — one developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and the other by Moderna — may cause side effects after they’re administered, such as pain and swelling at the injection site, and/or fever, chills and headache, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Since vaccination initiatives began, many patients have reported experiencing so-called "COVID arm" after receiving the jab, while others hoping to avoid any unpleasant side effects have been warned not to take over-the-counter pain relievers beforehand, as experts are concerned that doing so could impact the vaccines’ effectiveness.  Even the nation’s nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said he was "knocked out" for about a day after receiving the second dose of the Moderna vaccine.  GETTING THE COVID-19 VACCINE? DON’T TAKE OVER-THE-COUNTER...
    This article was medically reviewed by Lauren Demosthenes, MD, OB-GYN, senior medical director at Babyscripts. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. For Plan B to be most effective, take it as soon as possible after unprotected sex. Kanawa_Studio/Getty Images Plan B has an expiration date of about four years.  Taking expired Plan B is not dangerous, but it may be less effective in preventing pregnancy. To prolong the life of Plan B, keep the pill away from humid, hot, or bright environments.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Plan B is a form of emergency contraception that prevents...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Many Chicagoans are already struggling to fill prescriptions because there are no drugstores in their neighborhoods, and that could also make it tougher to get the COVID-19 vaccine.Pharmacies are playing a big role in administering COVID-19 vaccines. So the I-Team wanted to know if access to those pharmacies is fair and even-handed. What our data investigation found is another hit to an already vulnerable population.The I-Team's data analysis found fewer pharmacies on the South and West Sides than in North Side neighborhoods. These pharmacy deserts could make it more difficult for tens of thousands of residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine."It's an attack on the poor," said State Rep. Ford La Shawn Ford, (D) Chicago.RELATED: Limited pharmacy access for some Illinois Medicaid patients in Chicago"If we have areas that don't have pharmacies, that creates an additional barrier for receiving the vaccination," said Sandra Leal, American Pharmacists Association.Chicago...
    EMILE SMITH ROWE revealed his superstition behind why he wears his socks low. Comparisons have naturally been made to Jack Grealish who famously has them low around the shins during matches. 3Emile Smith Rowe wears his socks low around his calves, leading to comparisons with Aston Villa star Jack GrealishCredit: Getty Images - Getty But the Arsenal playmaker insists it is purely about feeling free - and rebuffed suggestions it is for show. Smith Rowe, 20, said: "I try to be free in my mind. “There’s one thing I do, which is wear my socks low. “I feel like that gives me a lot of freedom, I don’t know why. It’s just a little superstition. “I feel like I always have a lot of freedom on the pitch all the players give me confidence and that makes it even easier for me.” Smith Rowe has impressed in the Gunners side...
    Dr. Nikita Patel is grateful she was able to work from home the day after receiving her second dose of the coronavirus vaccine. She spent most of the day on the couch. Dr. Nikita Patel, of Riverside University Health System, is vaccinated against COVID-19 by Alyssa Selve, left. (Photo courtesy of Riverside University Health System)  “I had fatigue and chills for about 24 hours,” said Patel, assistant director of the pharmacy department for the Riverside University Health System. “Nothing I couldn’t find manageable. … I had had friends who had enough fatigue that they weren’t able to work the next day.” Her experience isn’t uncommon, with the Food and Drug Administration advising that the Pfizer vaccine’s most commonly reported side effects —  pain at the injection site, tiredness, headache, muscle pain, chills, joint pain and fever — are more common after the second dose than the first. Similar warnings are...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The state auditor released a second report Thursday blasting the EDD's handling of a surge in unemployment claims during the pandemic, this time saying the agency ignored signs of massive fraud and paid billions of dollars to criminals. The report identified at least $10 billion in payments to fraudsters, but said the amount is probably much higher. In fact, the EDD itself admitted on Monday as much as $31 billion was paid in either confirmed or potential fraud.7 On Your Side previously reported a story on inmates filing false claims from behind bars - and folks all over the country receiving EDD letters addressed to complete strangers. It was all fraud the EDD all but ignored.RELATED: '80s computer technology delays EDD benefits for millions of CaliforniansThousands received mail from EDD addressed to complete strangers - it turned out fraudsters were using their addresses to file phony claims....
    CICELY Tyson has sadly died at the age of 96. The award-winning actress' passing was mourned as her manager said "it was a blessing" to work with her. 1The legendary actress died at 96Credit: AP:Associated Press Cicely passed away on Thursday afternoon. The icon's manager, Larry Thompson, said revealed the sad news. He said in a statement: “I have managed Miss Tyson’s career for over 40 years, and each year was a privilege and blessing. “Cicely thought of her new memoir as a Christmas tree decorated with all the ornaments of her personal and professional life. Today she placed the last ornament, a Star, on top of the tree.” She mastered acting both on and off screen, as she had starring roles in theater, film and television. Cicely made history by nabbing the first recurring role for a black woman in a television series when she appeared as Jane Foster...
    This is the comical moment a black cat attempts to sit on the back of an unwilling horse, holding on for dear life as the horse tries to buck him off.   The daring cat hitched a rodeo ride on the Palomino horse after jumping from a nearby fence onto the pony's back at the stable in Alberta, Canada, on January 21.    In the video the horse can be seen trying to unseat the feline rider by knocking him off with his head, however he is unable to reach the cat. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Teaching unions push for an EVEN LONGER schools closure as... 73 days of school in a year! Boris Johnson reveals... Share this article Share Resulting to brute force the horse goes into buckaroo mode, shaking his back from side to side as the cat incredibly maintains his balance....
    Latina beauty Yaslen Clemente wished fans a good morning with a spicy Instagram post in which she flashed her bombshell curves in sexy sheer lingerie. The 23-year-old bared it all in a see-through black set that left nothing to the imagination, blurring out her privates in the NSFW photo. The sizzling blonde displayed her ample assets while posing with her back to a wall. She cocked her hip and raised her knee, prompting her bare foot up and showing off her heel. The photo captured her in mid-profile, offering a great view of her perky chest and emphasizing the sinuous contour of her body. Her leg was cropped out of the frame, directing all of the attention toward her voluptuous curves. Yaslen’s bodacious hip and thighs were left in full view of the camera by a barely there lingerie bottom that only covered what was necessary. The outrageously high-cut number...
    STACEY Solomon bought a £15 side table to finish off her new living room - but fans are convinced it looks like an "old woman's hospital tray". The Loose Women presenter, 31, was in hysterics after her followers pointed out it was something their nan would own. 3STacey Solomon showed off her new side tableCredit: Instagram/Stacey Solomon A fan said: "It's like a hospital table for old ladies." Another follower added: "You know what, as soon as I saw it I thought my nan could do with one of those. You and my nan would get on so well." Stacey couldn't stop laughing and said: "I don't know why this message has just set me off. "I think it's because deep down I know I'm an old lady at heart." 3Fans thought it looked like it belonged to an old ladyCredit: Instagram/Stacey Solomon Later posing with the table she...
    MICK HARFORD hates being caricatured as a hardman. And at Luton Town, they appreciate the gentler side of the man. Harford - widely recalled as one of the toughest centre-forwards in the English game - may be a Wearsider, who would hitch-hike across the country to watch Sunderland as a teenager. 6Mick Harford is now Luton's assistant manager to Nathan JonesCredit: Alamy Live News But he is Mr Luton, a man who has experienced the club’s most extreme highs and lows. A League Cup winner with the Hatters and a mainstay of the club’s top-flight 1980s glory years, he also managed Luton when they were narrowly relegated into the Conference after suffering a 30-point deduction 12 years ago, and again when they were promoted to the Championship in 2019. Now, Harford is officially titled as Luton’s chief recruitment officer but is also an assistant manager to Nathan Jones… as well...
    In addition to the officialization of the presence of the brand in Latin America. Not long ago, due to unsustainable pressures derived from the US blockade, Huawei had to sell its Honor sub-brand. The V40 is the first cell phone launched without being under the wing of the tech giant. It is a premium device in technical specifications and design, but with a low cost for what is offered. At least in China it does not exceed 620 dollars in its most powerful version. It has a 6.7-inch OLED screen that runs at 120Hz, MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor (it’s their new high-end SoC), 4000 mAh battery that charges up to 66w. Its cameras are made up of a 50 MP main camera and it is accompanied by an ultra wide angle and a macro. All within a design that looks quite attractive. But the most important? It can have...
    If getting a magic potion shot into your arm made you less likely to get COVID-19, would you get it? To some, it's a no-brainer: Of course, yes.  To others, that magic potion leaves more questions than it does answers. Daily Voice New Jersey polled our Instagram followers about the COVID-19 vaccine, curious to know what drives people to get it (or not), what the side effects are and more. As of Jan. 20, 371,310 first doses were administered, and 49,759 second doses were administered, according to the COVID-19 dashboard. According to the Daily Voice Instagram poll, 89 percent of people (1,135) said that they had not been vaccinated, while 11 percent (147) said they had. Forty-nine percent of people (563) said that they were interested in getting vaccinated, while 51 percent (579) were not. For those who had gotten the vaccine, 77 percent of people (314) chose to get it on their...
    If getting a magic potion shot into your arm made you less likely to get COVID-19, would you get it? To some, it's a no-brainer: Of course, yes.  To others, that magic potion leaves more questions than it does answers. Daily Voice New Jersey polled our Instagram followers about the COVID-19 vaccine, curious to know what drives people to get it (or not), what the side effects are and more. As of Jan. 20, 371,310 first doses were administered, and 49,759 second doses were administered, according to the COVID-19 dashboard. According to the Daily Voice Instagram poll, 89 percent of people (1,135) said that they had not been vaccinated, while 11 percent (147) said they had. Forty-nine percent of people (563) said that they were interested in getting vaccinated, while 51 percent (579) were not. For those who had gotten the vaccine, 77 percent of people (314) chose to get it on their...
    Two dogs barked ferociously at each other from either side of a gate but suddenly stopped as soon as the gate was opened, video footage has shown.  The two-year-old pooches, named Hemanth and Mintra, were squaring up to each other outside their home in Rayong, eastern Thailand, on January 16. They nipped each other through the gaps and barked angrily like they were about to tear into each other's flesh, safe in the knowledge the gate was protecting them. When the obstacle was removed they looked at each other meekly and whimpered like tame little puppies. The two-year-old pooches, named Hemanth and Mintra, were squaring up to each other outside their home in Rayong, eastern Thailand, on January 16. Pictured, as soon as the gate opened they both stopped RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Is THIS the elusive Australian black panther? Carpenter... Hilarious moment...
    HARRY KANE and Son Heung-min NEED to win trophies with Tottenham or risk regretting it in future, claims Glenn Hoddle. The deadly duo helped Spurs to another 3-1 win at Sheffield United yesterday as Jose Mourinho's side push towards a Premier League title charge. The telepathic strike-force have also helped them to a Carabao Cup final against Manchester City at Wembley in April. 2Glenn Hoddle has issued a warning to Spurs duo Kane and SonCredit: Getty But with Tottenham's last silverware coming in that competition back in 2008 – Hoddle believes they need to win more trophies to fully look back on their careers with the club with fondness. And the Spurs legend says despite being shocked at Mauricio Pochettino's sacking in November 2019 – Mourinho's record speaks for itself. The Amazon Prime Video pundit said: “It was a slight surprise when he did it. Pochettino was doing a great...
    The "Flag Called Freedom," a massive U.S. flag driven cross-country for display at the pro-Trump rally last week in Washington D.C., was swept up by the crowd and lost after Capitol Hill turned chaotic and rioters besieged Congress. Paul Veluscek, a 43-year-old Libertarian from Oregon, told Fox News Tuesday that he’s still hoping to track it down and get it back. The flag measures 30 feet by 60 feet and is worth about $3,000, Veluscek said. He bought it in November as an apolitical way to celebrate the country. MARYLAND DEPUTY PULLS OVER CAR, MEETS FAMILY DRIVING 'FLAG CALLED FREEDOM' ACROSS US "I just thought, either way this goes, whether Trump wins or Biden wins, the flag is the one thing that we should all as Americans be able to unite behind," he said. "And I thought well, maybe we’ll get this thing started now, and we’ll make this thing the...
    More On: evictions Slamming landlords leaves NYC’s housing on brink of disaster Jumaane Williams taps ‘Cancel Rent’ activist for NYC planning commission ‘Completely destitute’: NYC landlord faces eviction as ‘deadbeat’ tenants refuse to pay rent Cuomo, AOC want eviction protections extended to NY small businesses As progressive legislation goes, the state Legislature’s recent extension of the moratorium on evictions in New York is far from the worst. The new law shows some awareness that small property owners face their own economic crisis if tenants cease paying rent. It calls for a pause in foreclosure proceedings for them. And lawmakers clearly recognized that evictions can be crucial in preserving health and safety — by permitting them in the case of disruptive tenants.  Still, the eviction ban can’t go on indefinitely. As the old economic adage goes, there is no free lunch. There are dangerous side effects to depriving landlords of...
    This article was medically reviewed by Scott Kaiser, MD, a board-certified family medicine physician and geriatrician at Providence Saint John's Health Center.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. You won't get too much vitamin C from eating foods, but you can take too many supplements. Eva-Katalin/ Getty Images If you take more than 2,000mg of vitamin C, it can lead to negative side effects like abdominal pain, nausea, and headaches. Doctors say it's nearly impossible to get too much vitamin C from food sources, though you should be more careful with vitamin C supplements.  The daily recommended amount of vitamin C you should ingest...
    Blond hottie Abby Rao lit up her Instagram page with a set of steamy photos that saw her baring plenty of skin in a strappy, red-hot teddy that did not leave much to the imagination. Abby’s lingerie consisted primarily of a number of straps that crossed over her body. The top of the getup had horizontal straps that covered the middle of her breasts, covering her nipples. Others went below her breasts, connecting to even more that crossed over her abdomen. The bottom portion of the getup had a low-cut front and a thong back. The popular influencer completed her steamy look with a pair of red, thigh-high nylons with lace edging on the top. For accessories, Abby sported a rhinestone choker necklace, a pair of hoop earrings and a few rings. Abby wore her hair pulled back with wispy bangs swept to one side and loose tendrils framing her...
    IT was a case of men versus boys at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon as two of the league’s top sides played each other for the first time this season.  However, despite both teams being considered title challengers by some this season, the distance between the two could not be any further apart in all aspects.  3Frank Lampard's side were outclassed at Stamford BridgeCredit: Reuters 3Manchester City swatted Chelsea aside with easeCredit: PA:Press Association Manchester City had gone 3-0 up against Chelsea within the first 30 minutes, and it was game over before they could even settle in to the match.  Pure and simple, Pep Guardiola’s City showed that they are absolutely levels above Frank Lampard’s Chelsea right now; and the Blues have miles and miles to travel if they are even to get near the levels of the Manchester side.  City were outstanding, and Chelsea were poor - this...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us In case you've missed it so far, Falling Rock Tap House has been holding a closeout sale of its famed Vintage Bottle Cellar. The goal of selling these bottles to go, of course, is to use the proceeds to help survive the pandemic and the current COVID-related bar and restaurant restrictions. "If you are familiar with the Falling Rock, you have probably perused our 'Blue Book Off-The-Beer-List Beer List' and know we have one of the most extensive beer cellars in the U.S.," Falling Rock explains. "If we sell these bottles, we will buy ourselves a few months of breathing room and hopefully make it to the other side." Some of the beers, which include sours, barrel-aged specialties, big beers...
    White’s Ferry Inc., a critical Potomac River crossing between Montgomery and Loudoun counties, said Monday it has ended operations effectively immediately after it lost a civil court case with the landowner on the Virginia side. A ferry has been in operation on the Virginia side of the Potomac for more than 200 years. For motorists, cyclists and all other travelers, White’s Ferry is the only option to traverse the Potomac between the Capital Beltway and the bridge at Point of Rocks, said Seth Rivard, town manger of Poolesville in Montgomery County. “This will definitely have an impact on the public which has come to depend on the ferry as a source of transportation,” he said. “It could certainly be devastating. The identity of western Montgomery County is based on rural tourism between Sugar Loaf mountain, C&O Canal, the historic sites and the wine tasting. There are a large number of...
    GRAEME JENNINGS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday to discuss his experience with receiving the first dose of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine. Fauci said that he experienced few side effects from the dose, other than a "little bit of an ache in my arm that lasted maybe 24 hours." He also expressed concern that we may see a compounded number of cases in the coming weeks due to a "post-seasonal surge," noting that even if the government advises people not to travel, "it's going to happen."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dr. Anthony Fauci told "State of the Union" on Sunday that he experienced few side effects after taking Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine last week.  Speaking to CNN's Dana Bash, Fauci said: "The only thing I had was six to ten hours following the vaccine I felt a little bit...
    SAM ALLARDYCE is the last manager to win at Anfield in the Premier League — but feels he will need a miracle to pull off the same feat tomorrow. Big Sam led Crystal Palace to a 2-1 victory at Liverpool on April 23, 2017 and, astonishingly, Jurgen Klopp’s Reds have not lost a top-flight home game since. 3No manager has beaten Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League since Sam Allardyce in April 2017Credit: PA:Press Association The new West Brom boss knows his relegation-threatened side are huge underdogs, especially after Liverpool put seven past Palace on Saturday — but he clearly still has his eyes on an upset. Allardyce said: “If we can get a result, if we miraculously get a victory over Liverpool at Anfield — which could happen at any time in this league — it will be a wonderful achievement by the players. “If you open up...
    More On: COVID vaccine Rep. Ayanna Pressley wants prisoners to have priority with vaccine No shot: List of lawmakers rejecting access to vaccine grows Fauci, Azar receive Moderna COVID-19 vaccine CEO ‘confident’ vaccine will work against new COVID-19 strain A city hospital staffer on Tuesday urged all New Yorkers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus — and issued a grim warning that no side effect is worse than dying of COVID-19. Kevin Cruz — a maintenance worker at NYC Health + Hospitals, North/Central Bronx — said he recently got inoculated and is “hoping that everybody comes to take the shot.” “To me, it’s a no brainer,” he said during a virtual news conference with Mayor Bill de Blasio. “When you come in with the idea of, you know, ‘You don’t know what the side effects are’ — you know what the side effects of COVID are. We were filling...
    The COVID-19 vaccine was developed to keep people safe from the virus. As the vaccine gets rolled out across the nation, are you planning on getting it? What do you think about possible side effects? Vote in our poll now.Let us know how you feel in our poll questions below.*Please note the polls may take some time to load.RELATED: 80% of Americans would get COVID-19 vaccine, new poll findsLIST: COVID-19 vaccine side effects from the CDCRELATED: 'Relieved' US health workers start getting COVID-19 vaccineTake a look at our latest COVID-19 vaccine coverage.RELATED STORIES & VIDEOS:Allergic reactions to vaccines are rare, short-lived: What to know as COVID-19 vaccination beginsEMBED More News Videos While he said that it's not immediately clear to what ingredient people are having allergic reactions, Kim said nothing stands out to him as something that would be high risk. When can you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Here's what...
    The US Food and Drug Administration has issued emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech.After months of development, emergency use was authorized following the recommendation of the FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, a Pfizer spokesperson confirmed to CNN on Friday night."The authorization of our vaccine in the United States was one of our most important milestones from the beginning," BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin told CNN in an exclusive interview at BioNTech's headquarters in Mainz, Germany.Before vaccinations can begin, an immunization advisory committee for the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still must vote to recommend the vaccine. And the CDC must accept that recommendation.RELATED: Submit your questions for the COVID-19 vaccine town hall with Dr. Jen Ashton EMBED More News Videos Here's what we know about the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine:Who will get it first?The CDC's Advisory Committee for...
    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The Westchester District Attorney says the “fix” was in at a half-dozen auto repair shops, where surveillance video captured workers deliberately damaging vehicles. As CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported Wednesday, it’s all part of an alleged insurance fraud. Auto repair shops in Westchester and the Bronx were allegedly billing insurance companies to repair damage their own employees inflicted, raking in several hundred thousand of dollars over the course of a year. Video shows a worker driving one vehicle, scraping the side of another, in order to further damage them both. In another instance, a worker allegedly used a sledgehammer to ding and dent the side of a car, jacking up the cost of repair. “It was extremely daring, they were doing the hammering in the video right outside the shop,” Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino said. “Yes, it was very bold and I...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and state health officials announced the state’s plan to roll out COVID-19 vaccinations as early as Dec. 14. Deputy Health Secretary Dr. Jinlene Chan answered questions about what Marylanders should expect once they take the vaccine.  She said they only know what has been reported from the vaccination trials. “Pfizer enrolled over 40,000 people, which is quite a large vaccination trial, and Moderna enrolled about 30,000 individuals with some significant efforts to ensure diversity and the people that were enrolled, both in terms of age, race, and ethnicity,” Chan said. She said according to the data released by FDA on Pfizer’s vaccine, there have been some side effects people experienced primarily in the first one or two days after getting the shot. But it’s what you might expect, including pain at the site of injection, as well as mild fever, headache, muscle...
    The patient leaflet that comes with your medication provides important, if alarming, information about potential side-effects.  But knowledge is one thing, worrying that you’ll experience the side-effects is another — and could, research suggests, make it more likely to happen. This is what’s known as the ‘nocebo effect’. We’ve all heard of the placebo effect, and this is its troublesome and lesser-known twin. With the placebo effect, the simple belief that a tablet will help leads to patients feeling better — even if it is only a sugar pill. But, as a study on statins by Imperial College London showed last month, the opposite can also occur. That is, if we expect a tablet to make us feel ill and cause side-effects, it may well do so even if it is only a fake pill. Knowledge is one thing, worrying that you’ll experience the side-effects is another — and...
    By Andrea Kane | CNN As the United States inches closer to authorizing a Covid-19 vaccine many people may now let themselves start wondering what it will feel like to get it. Is it going to be like the flu vaccine? Will it be more painful? And what about side-effects? The two front-runners for getting an emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration — Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna — use new mRNA technology. No US-licensed vaccine has ever used it, although researchers have been studying it for decades, against infections like flu, rabies and Zika, and even for some types of cancer. The way these mRNA vaccines work is that they give our body the instructions, in the form of messenger RNA, for making a little piece of this particular coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) — specifically the spike protein. When our body gets these instructions, it starts producing the spike...
    More than half of NYC firefighters say they will not take a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them in the coming weeks. A survey of 2,053 found that 55 percent said 'no' when asked 'Will you get the COVID-19 Vaccine from Pfizer when the Department makes it available?' The poll was taken by the Uniformed Firefighters Association this week, The New York Post reports. New York City is setting up plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccines starting this month, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. But misinformation about the effects of a vaccine and the original causes behind the coronavirus pandemic have contributed to the overall uncertainty in taking it.  In August a similar survey found only 30 percent of 645 polled MTA worker said they would be definitely willing to be vaccinated; 38 percent were unsure, 32 percent said they would not take it.  The FDNY has already said the vaccine...
    SHOWBIZ grasped football by the throat when Eric Hall became an agent. And the wallet, of course. He represented the shiftier side of our game. Proud of his roots in the East End, he was the little man’s Lew Grade who, in between puffing on a gigantic cigar, told whoppers and managed to add a few noughts to transfer fees. 4Legendary football agent Eric Hall died last month aged 73Credit: Rex Features For him, greed was not only good, it was his business. He had no real interest in the game. As he used to boast . . . “I ain’t interested in the clubs, I want all I can get for my players.” For himself, too. Hall died last month, aged 73. Tributes poured in from the usual suspects, ‘Razor’ Ruddock, Dennis Wise, Terry Venables. They all loved a “laff” with the little monster. To be honest, I did occasionally myself. In showbiz...
    CBS The cast of Survivor: Thailand The production crew for a season of Survivor is roughly 400 people, so you wouldn’t think there would be anything they would miss, right? Well, back during season five, Survivor: Thailand, production missed a huge fight between two castaways. Here’s what happened.Robb Zbacnik and Ken Stafford Got In a Huge Fight in the Woods View this post on Instagram A post shared by Robb Zbacnik (@robb_zbacnik) Jed Hildebrand was voted out third during Survivor: Thailand, much to Robb Zbacnik’s dismay because they were allies on the Sook Jai tribe. When he confronted Ken Stafford about it, the two of them got into a “super heated argument,” but production missed the whole thing. “Ken and I got in a SUPER heated argument in the woods, and the producer who was on the scene didn’t have a camera crew yet, so none...
    The View pummeled White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for her attempt to defend Donald Trump’s coronavirus leadership by deflecting to the failings of the president’s critics. The show kicked off with a focus on McEnany’s latest press briefing in which she looped footage of “Democrat hypocrisy” and poor behavior that goes against Covid safety guidelines. Whoopi Goldberg acknowledged that “you will find Democrats, Independents and Republicans acting kind of stupidly” throughout the pandemic, but she smacked McEnany to comparing that to the “entire government” acting “stupidly.” “All this finger pointing doesn’t change the fact that the man who runs the country knew in January we were heading for a cliff. So this is really on him,” Goldberg continued. “You know, people are dumb. They make mistakes. They do stuff, but an entire government…It’s apples and oranges. Every day, this government and the people who head it — on...
    Pep Guardiola said no team can take qualification for the Champions League knockout stages for granted after Manchester City secured a seeded place for the last-16. City’s 0-0 draw at Porto means his side will top Group C with a game to spare after reaching the knockout draw for an eighth successive season, but with European giants Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Inter and last year’s semi-finalists RB Leipzig all facing an early exit, Guardiola says qualification is not as easy as people expect. “This year especially in the Champions League it was tricky because if you lose or draw you have to go to the last game and there is always risk with the COVID situation,” he said. “I know it’s a disaster if we were not able to do it. Nowadays, [people think it is] so easy but we know in the other groups, some important incredible teams are finding...
    Singer Bebe Rexha looked chic and sultry in her latest Instagram update. The 31-year-old took to the photo-sharing site to share a snap that featured her rocking a black leather dress and a pair of matching boots, creating a “witchy” look. Bebe’s dress featured a row of buttons down the front. She wore the top buttons undone, flashing a bit of her chest. The number had long sleeves and wide cuffs that covered her hands. The hemline went well below her knees. Her boots looked to have a crocodile pattern on them and had high heels. The celebrity’s hair was a shade of bright red, making her dark roots pop. She wore it styled straight and parted in the middle. Sections of it fell over her shoulders with the ends hanging near her waist. The photo captured the celebrity standing in front of a silver backdrop that appeared to look...
    CHATHAM — As temperatures drop and fall gives way to winter, several coat drives are in full swing to keep Chicago residents warm for the holidays. Chatham clothier Traphouse Chicago is collecting coats for its drive through Dec. 5, with the goal of receiving 200 new or gently used coats by their deadline. People can drop off coats at the South Side location at 744 E. 79th St. or the location in Noble Square at 1418 W. Division St. Email the staff for store hours and drop-off times: contact@traphousechicago.us. Wonderful Woman Wednesday Chicago is organizing a “Drive Up Coat Drop-Off” Dec. 9, at Morgan Park High School, 1744 W Pryor Ave. Drop off new or gently used coats, hats, blankets, scarves and other cold weather items between 4:30-6:30 p.m. Beyond Athletics Chicago, a nonprofit that offers programs and resources to youth in underserved communities, is also accepting new or gently...
    HOLLYWOOD -- It's nice to come across a good "dream come true" story. Paul Raci's been in the acting game now for more than 30 years. For some of that time, he struggled with addiction. He's long clean now, and so happy for his good fortune; he's landed a key role in the new movie, "Sound of Metal."In the film, Raci plays a guy who runs a sober house for the deaf. He's there to help a young musician deal with his hearing loss. Raci himself battled addiction and he grew up with deaf parents. He agrees this is a part he was born to play."Oh my God, absolutely. When I read the script, I knew it was," said Raci. "And I've been telling people every actor out here is writing a movie that stars themselves, you know? And I've been doing that, too, with a couple of writing partners...
    U.S. doctors are worried that their patients won't return to get a second dose of coronavirus vaccine if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) doesn't give them a clear, upfront warning that none of the shots will be a 'walk in the park.' 'As a practicing physician, I have got to be sure my patients will come back for the second dose,' said Dr Sandra Fryhofer of Emory University during a Monday meeting with officials, attended by CNBC.  'We really have got to make patients aware that this is not going to be a walk in the park.'  Participants in trials for vaccines made by Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Moderna have described the side effects of the shots as similar to the symptoms of COVID-19 itself.  On the other hand, convincing Americans - especially some who are high-risk, including black and Latinx people in the U.S. - that COVID-19...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the governors of other northeastern states have gone against Mayor Bill de Blasio to issue a statement saying it is safe for kids to attend school, days after the NYC Mayor closed them.  De Blasio has been slammed for deciding on Wednesday that he was going to close all public schools despite the infection rate in New York City being just 3 percent and only 0.19 percent in schools.  Parents are furious that their kids can't go to class while bars, restaurants, nail salons and other non-essential businesses are still open. Many private schools are also still open.  De Blasio, in trying to justify his decision, on Thursday said it was because New York City had once been 'the epicenter'.  He also promised that Cuomo - who is the only official with the power to shut down businesses - would do so soon. But that...
    (CNN)If there was any ever doubt, by now it should be clear: This is Donald Trump vs. Democracy.Amid the final flurry of conspiracy theories, which have translated into frivolous lawsuits and desperate political gambits, Trump campaign lawyer Jenna Ellis gave up the game when she cheered the brief but unprecedented partisan deadlock over certifying Wayne County's votes in the state of Michigan, where President-elect Joe Biden won by 148,000 votes. Ellis tweeted: "If the state board follows suit, the Republican state legislator will select the electors. Huge win for @realDonaldTrump." Here's what that means: the Republican-controlled state legislature would try to overrule the popular vote and submit a separate set of Trump electors to select the next president in the electoral college. Opinion: Obamas GSA administrator: Presidential transition is too important to politicizeThe good news is that there are many practical hurdles to achieving such an outcome. The bad news...
    ARSENAL boss Mikel Arteta has admitted his side are 'a long way' from where they need to be and acknowledged it's been a 'difficult side'. The Gunners have lost four of their opening eight Premier League games and fans were left alarmed after a particularly poor performance against Aston Villa last time out. ⚽ Read our Arsenal live blog for the latest news from The Emirates 2The Arsenal boss has been honest about the side's early season strugglesCredit: AP:Associated Press But the manager is convinced that the future is bright - despite struggles which have exposed shortcomings in the team. He told the club's website: "We're a long way, I'm afraid. It's part of a process. "The results have to be immediate, and the challenge we have with the club we are representing is that we have to win as quickly as possible every game in every competition. ...
    WITH many more long, cold and dark evenings to come this winter, we've got the perfect position to spice up your sex life. If you're looking for a deliciously naughty way to pass the time in those winter nights, the pretzel-dip is the hot and steamy position guaranteed to leave you both satisfied. 1 The Pretzel-dip position will leave you both feeling satisfied The frisky position does involve a bit of flexibility but if you persevere, you'll be rewarded by deeper penetration and a totally intimate experience. Women's Health Mag details how to master the steamy pose and explains why it should be at the top of your sex bucket list. To pull off the position, you should lie on your right side while your bloke kneels. Straddling your right leg and curling your left leg around their left side, get him to enter you while maintaining intimate eye...
    Conor McGregor recently took to Twitter to congratulate his fellow UFC fighters on their achievements. ‘The Notorious’ is one of four fighters in the company’s history to hold two titles simultaneously. The others are Daniel Cormier, Amanda Nunes, and Henry Cejudo. It is needless to say McGregor is in elite company. On the fourth anniversary of his historic achievement, he took to Twitter and declared the day as the “World Champ Champ” day. Happy World Champ Champ Day @danawhite, @Amanda_Leoa, @HenryCejudo, @dc_mma. Hope you all had a great day ❤️ — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) November 13, 2020 Henry Cejudo didn’t seem impressed and lashed out. ‘Triple C’ who is also an Olympic Gold medalist, reminded the Irishman about his accolades. He described “World Champ Champ Day” as a normal day for him and trashed ‘The Notorious’ He also wanted “The Notorious” to wish him on June 8- the day he...
    It’s war out there — at least when it comes to street parking. A physical fight over a parking spot Thursday morning led to an arrest on the Upper West Side — just the latest kerfuffle among the nabe’s surge in quality-of-life issues, including aggressive jockeying for increasingly scarce parking spots. Thanks to reduced alternate-side parking and an overflow of outdoor dining, road rage is running high. On Thursday, videos taken by a resident showed parking pugilists clashing over a spot, resulting in an arrest on charges of assault. The local, Jason Haber, filmed the ugly twin scenes on West 74th Street, depicting two near-simultaneous melees when alternate-side rules came into effect on Thursday morning. “It truly is prison rules out there on alt-side parking days,” Haber told The Post. “This was the worst that I’ve seen, and it was made more intense by the fact that two fights broke...
    A Pfizer coronavirus vaccine volunteer in Austin, Texas told "Fox & Friends" about his experience in the clinical trial, urging others to "get it as soon as you can." The company reported that its vaccine has been found to be 90% effective against COVID-19 with more than 43,000 people being tested around the world. PFIZER'S CORONAVIRUS VACCINE LOW-TEMPERATURE STORAGE REQUIREMENT COULD BE LOGISTICAL SNAG Upon hearing the positive results, Deshields, who volunteered for the trial after seeing it on the news, tweeted: "My Grandad told me that one of his first memories was of bells ringing to mark the end of WWI. If true, this is that kind of moment. I am honored to be a part of this trial." He told co-host Ainsley Earhardt Thursday he is fairly certain he got the vaccination and not the placebo because he showed antibodies after getting the second injection. RISK OF CORONAVIRUS SPREAD...
    Hilary Duff brought her fashion A-game to Instagram with her most recent upload. The sizzling shot was snapped selfie-style in the early morning on Wednesday, November 11. The image captured Duff posed in the center of the frame, and in her caption, she noted that she had been up since 5 a.m. The actress gazed into her phone to ensure she captured the perfect angle, standing in front of a floor-length mirror that was lined with wood. The background was filled with a few pairs of slippers, hanging clothes, and a black leather couch. Duff popped her hip to the side to accentuate her curves in an ensemble that she said she “may be living in” for the next few months. She opted for a grey knit set that was the perfect mix of casual and sexy. On her upper-half, Duff sported a V-neck top that showed off her bare...
    The images were from when Camille walked the runway during Miami Swim Week in 2019. Camille Kostek brought some heat to her Instagram page this week when she treated her 799,000 followers to another look at her phenomenal figure. Taking to her account on Tuesday, November 10, the Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Issue model and former cover girl sent temperatures soaring with a throwback to 2019 when she walked the runway for the publication’s annual fashion show during Miami Swim Week. She spliced two images side-by-side together to make one dazzling post commemorating the event that exuded glamour and sexiness. In the caption, she stated that life is a runway, and encouraged her fans to “‘own it.” Long time followers of the 28-year-old would immediately recognize her look in the photos, as it was the gorgeous white bikini from Abruzzo Swim that she rocked to open up the show. The two-piece...
    The announcement on Monday that Pfizer had come up with a COVID-19 vaccine that was 90 percent effective has re-energized anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists who claim, among other things, that Bill Gates is trying to implant everyone in the world with microchips.  Pfizer announced the vaccine it was funding had proven to be 90 percent effective in giving immunity to 94 people in a study.  The company will submit a request to the FDA for emergency authorization once it has run other tests to determine the vaccine's safety and whether or not it can be produced to mass scale safely.  Anti-vaxxers have for months poured scorn on the many vaccines that are being worked on around the world.  Pfizer's vaccine announcement has given rise to a new wave of anti-vaxxers who say they won't take it for a range of reasons RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Volunteers on the Pfizer vaccine trial have compared the jab's side effects to a 'severe hangover' and said it left them with headaches, fever and muscle aches similar to the flu vaccine.  One 45-year-old volunteer said the first dose left her suffering side effects similar to the flu jab but that her symptoms were 'more severe' after her second jab. Another volunteer, 44-year-old Glenn Deshields, said Pfizer's vaccine made him feel like he had a 'severe hangover' but that symptoms quickly cleared up. More than 43,500 people in six countries have taken part in the phase three trials by the pharmaceutical giant in the hunt for an effective Covid-19 vaccine. And yesterday's results suggested the jab was 90 per cent effective, raising hopes that life could return to normal in the spring.  The UK is set to receive 10million doses should the drug gain approval, with the British Army and...
    THE first volunteers to get the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine have said they felt like they had a "severe hangover" after the injection. Some of the 43,500 people to get the Covid-19 jab have compared its side effects to those of the flu vaccine, including headaches and sore muscles. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3Jab trial volunteer Carrie compared her symptoms to those experienced after having the flu vaccineCredit: PA:Press Association It comes after Pfzier revealed findings from its major clincal trial suggest the jab was more than 90 per cent effective in preventing the killer bug. Trial volunteer Glenn Deshields, 44, from Austin, Texas, compared the side effects to "a severe hangover" but said symptoms quickly cleared-up. Another volunteer, 45-year-old Carrie from Missouri, said she experienced a headache, fever and body aches, after her first shot in September. The side effects -...
    MEGAN RAPINOE has blasted the amount of time it took Manchester United to form a women's team as "disgraceful". The USA World Cup winner discussed the state of women's football in England and America in a no holds barred interview with the BBC. ⚠️ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford 3USA icon Megan Rapinoe reckons it took a "disgraceful" amount of time for United to form a women's sideCredit: Reuters 3Man Utd women's side celebrated their promotion to the Women's Super League in 2019 United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward announced the club's plans to create a women's side in March 2018 after a 13-year hiatus. The Red Devils applied for a license after many years of criticism for their lack of participation at the top of the WSL. A year after the team was founded the club secured promotion into the top-flight -...
    MANCHESTER United coach Mike Phelan noticed how horribly out of shape the team was before the Demba Ba goal - but it was too late, according to Paul Scholes. The Red Devils' 2-1 defeat to Istanbul Basaksehir has come under the microscope after the laughable nature of the first goal. 435-year-old Ba took advantage of some suspect United defending to give Istanbul Basaksehir Credit: Getty Images - Getty 4Mike Phelan appeared to notice something was up before United concededCredit: Reuters ⚠️ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford Former Chelsea striker Ba found himself alone on the halfway line as United recklessly overcommitted to a corner after 12 minutes. When the hosts won the ball back, one huge clearance up the pitch found Ba who ran half the length of the field and slammed it past Dean Henderson. Scholes told...
    If you thought living on Earth in 2020 was comparable to hell, planet K2-141b is here to prove you wrong.  On the scorching hot planet, hundreds of light-years away, oceans are made of molten lava, winds reach supersonic speeds and rain is made of rocks. Scientists have referred to the bizarre, hellish exoplanet as one of the most "extreme" ever discovered.  According to a new study published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, scientists from McGill University, York University and the Indian Institute of Science Education have uncovered details of one of the newest "lava planets" — a world that so closely orbits its host star that much of it is composed of flowing lava oceans.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Scientists found the atmosphere and weather cycle of K2-141b to be particularly bizarre. The Earth-sized exoplanet appears to have a surface, ocean and atmosphere...
    BRONZEVILLE — A new fundraising campaign to support renovations to the South Side Community Art Center will also raise awareness about the role of Bronzeville’s venerable Black art institution in Chicago’s creative community. The Raise It Up campaign, which was organized by the Chicago Printers Guild and kicked off Monday, has a goal of $10,000 to support improvements to the art center’s Margaret Burroughs gallery on the main floor. With the funds, the center will update light fixtures, renovate the ceiling and perform other tasks “to keep the center’s charm of 80 years, while at the same time … doing what we can do to maintain, enhance and celebrate the center,” Executive Director Monique Brinkman-Hill said. If the fundraiser exceeds its goal, the funds will be used as needed to support the center’s operation, as the coronavirus pandemic has impacted many of its regular funding sources. “With a 100-year-old building...
    HYDE PARK — The annual South Side Pie Challenge is expanding its reach far beyond Hyde Park and Kenwood this year, raising funds to address food insecurity by encouraging neighbors and loved ones to bake pies for each other. The virtual event, organized after the usual in-person bake-off was canceled because of coronavirus, runs through Nov. 30. There is no registration fee, but participants are required to donate to a local food bank. To participate this year, you must donate at least $20 to a nearby food pantry and email the receipt to SouthSidePie@gmail.com and submit a registration form through the event’s website. Then you bake and deliver a pie to a friend, neighbor or loved one. The recipient of the pie is encouraged to register to “pie it forward” themselves and bake pies for two people they know. With 15 pies baked since the Oct. 15 kickoff, Pie It...
    Don’t worry, you’ll find something else,’ I reassured my friend. ‘This is the best thing that could have happened, you hated that job.’ My friend opened her mouth to say something and then closed it again. I kept going: ‘At least John still has work, you still have a roof over your head.’ She nodded but there were tears in her eyes as she said she had to go. As soon as we hung up our video call I knew I’d done the worst thing: instead of listening to how scared and sad she was, I had made my friend feel she was not allowed to feel bad about being made redundant from her job of eight years. I had showered her in something that’s recently been dubbed ‘toxic positivity’. Marianne Power explores the dangers of suppressing our feelings, as Dr Dean Burnett writes about ‘toxic positivity’ (file image) Dr Dean...
    DEREK CHISORA is scared the only way he can beat Oleksandr Usyk at Wembley Arena on Saturday is with a Halloween knockout. North London heavyweight Chisora believes his Ukrainian opponent is so popular he will be fighting him, the ref and the judges. 3Derek Chisora reckons he is up against not only Oleksandr Usyk but the referee and judges as wellCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd He insisted: “I don’t think I will get the victory without a clean knockout because everyone will be on his side. “For this fight I’m fighting a few people — Usyk, the ref and the judges. So to get a victory I have to knock him out. “But it motivates me more, people thinking I don’t have a chance in hell.” Chisora, 36, believes Usyk’s gap-toothed grin, slick southpaw style and hilarious social media posts have won him thousands of English fans. The 2012 Olympic...
    IF you have a cheeky toddler or playful pets, a clever Christmas tree hack could be ideal for you.  A woman shared how making a flat festive tree could be the solution to baubles being scattered all over the floor - and it’s perfect for homes without much space too.  2A mum has revealed how to solve the dilemma of kids or pets pulling down your Christmas treeCredit: Facebook All you need to make your toddler-proof tree is a triangular frame to hang on a wall - which could be made out of long sticks if you are on a budget.  Then all you need to do is zig-zag green tinsel from side to side to create a tree effect.  Simply add lights and a star at the top and voila! You’ll have a beautiful tree that won’t be pulled down and doesn’t take up room in your lounge.  A...
    SAN ANTONIO – Two deadly crashes happened minutes apart on San Antonio’s West Side Wednesday night. The first crash happened on West Commerce and South Zarazamora Street. According to San Antonio police, 66-year-old Juan Manuel was crossing West Commerce near South San Joaquin Avenue when he was hit by a small SUV. Police said Manuel was not using a crosswalk. The incident happened steps away from where Christina Mendez and Samantha Cuellar live. “Unfortunately over here on this side of town, it’s normal,” said Mendez. Cuellar believes drivers are a big part of the issue. “They don’t slow down for the kids, not even for an elderly person trying to cross the street,” said Cuellar. The second crash happened off Culebra Road and North Zarzamora Street, where a man was killed when he was crossing the street. Police said the driver stopped to help and didn’t face charges, but the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — We’ve been reporting about shady tow truck companies for years here at CBS 2. As CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Wednesday, a Northwest Side alderman now wants to stop drivers from being ripped off once and for all. At a Sept. 3 City Council hearing on predatory towing, some witnesses made some observations that sound familiar. “They’re arriving on crash scenes before police and fire personnel,” said Chicago Police Sgt. Keith Blair. “We dove into this issue for the past 10 years,” said United Road Towing chief operating officer Kevin Corcoran. Yet, we’re still talking about it – tow truck drivers in Chicago treating our streets like the Wild West. One driver had to pay “$2,000 cash – cash – to retrieve his vehicle,” Tim Lynch of the National Insurance Crime Bureau said at the hearing. That September testimony led to two October ordinances, organized by Ald....
    Model Ashley Resch thrilled her Instagram followers with a sexy shot of herself outside, modeling a sensual bikini. In the shot, the background featured rolling hills filled with green trees and buildings, and Ashley stood amid pieces of tall brown grass. The model wore a tiny cheetah print bikini top. The swimwear consisted of two triangles with a thing string threaded through the bottom to connect them and tied around Ashley’s ribcage. The minuscule cups were rushed, revealing plenty of sideboob and underboob, along with her ample cleavage. She paired it with the matching bottoms that dipped low in front, baring her flat tummy. The sides rose high over Ashley’s hips, highlighting her nipped-in waist and flared out hips. The swimsuit bared many of Ashley’s intricate tattoos across her arm and torso. A hint of her thigh ink was visible, but much of it remained in the shadow. Ashley wore...
    SOUTH BOSTON (CBS) – Six people were forced out of their homes overnight after a car slammed into a restaurant in South Boston. The car crashed into the side of McGoo’s Pizzeria on West Broadway and Dorchester Street around 1 a.m. Friday immediately waking up everyone in the apartments above. “My bedroom is on the third floor and it shook the whole building and I just heard people screaming and pulling someone out to the side,” resident Deanna Mujezinovich told WBZ-TV. “And that’s when I heard the fire alarms go off and the smell of smoke coming up.” The driver was pulled out of the car and rushed to the hospital. The apartments were evacuated but residents had to go out the back because the front was blocked by the car. Firefighters were able to stabilize the building. “They set up a couple of temporary columns, we searched the building...
    Dear Stoner: Does smoking weed dry up my vagina, too? I know this is weird, but it feels dehydrated down there after I smoke.Alice B. Toker Dear Alice: Forgive me for being too scared to poll my female co-workers on this one; fortunately, there is limited research on the subject that backs up what you're going through. There's also a subtle term for this side effect among those suffering from it, who have dubbed it “cotton vagina.” In short, it's essentially the same thing as cotton mouth, but downstairs, with both THC and smoke drying up the mucus membranes. We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Like many of pot's side...
    Rita Moreno started singing from West Side Story. Her voice was like garlic frying in butter, all these years later: crackling, yet smooth, and certain to linger long after. The living legend—she is among the rare EGOT-winning class of performers—and I were speaking because her series One Day at a Time was about to make its debut on CBS. As she joked then, “I made some smart-ass remark recently on the social networks about how this show will not go away: ‘It’s like Norman Lear, New York vermin, and me.'” Then she laughed. “I didn’t want to say ‘cockroaches.’”NEWSLETTERSThe Daily Beast’s ObsessedEverything we can’t stop loving, hating, and thinking about this week in pop culture.SubscribeBy Clicking "Subscribe" you agree to have read the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
    A North Carolina woman whose disappearance earlier this week sparked an intense search has been found safe, it was announced this morning.  The Wilmington Police Department posted a brief update on its Facebook page on Friday, saying that 43-year-old Kristin Glass has been located.  Glass last spoke to her family early Monday morning. Relatives raised the alarm after her phone was reportedly discovered at the side of the road that afternoon. Glass’ half-sister, Julie Coxe, on Friday released a short statement on Facebook on behalf of the family, addressing the situation.  Found! Kristin Glass, 43, returned home on her own on Thursday, four days after her disappearance in North Carolina. She last spoke to her family Monday morning  Julie Coxe, Glass' half-sister, posted this message on Friday, announcing the woman's safe return after her disappearance  'Kristin arrived home on her own safety late last night,' she wrote....
    Police are hunting for a missing North Carolina woman after her phone was reportedly found at the side of the road behind a trash can on Monday afternoon.  Kristin Glass, 43, last spoke to her family earlier that morning, according to officers.  Topsail Beach Police Chief Samuel Gervase told The Port City Daily Glass may have thrown her cell from her car window because she was afraid someone was tracking her using the GPS.  Wilmington Police Department has not confirmed that theory, adding: 'We stand by our statement that we will not comment on the investigative leads we’re following.' Kristin Glass' phone was reportedly found in Topsail Beach Monday afternoon She last spoke to her family that morning and was reported missing that night Glass is said to drive a gold colored 2001 Mercedes Benz with the license plate CJB 9495.  She was first reported missing Monday evening.  Surveillance footage...
    VIDEO4:5304:53How to trade energy stocks as crude oil ralliesTrading Nation Energy stocks are showing rare strength this week as oil rallies. The XLE energy ETF is up 4% over the past two days, though remains down nearly 50% this year. The sector is easily the worst performer in 2020. Todd Gordon, founder of TradingAnalysis.com, said the group could slowly be turning a corner as the economic situation during the coronavirus pandemic recovers. "XLE has been underperforming the S&P since 2015, a chronic underperformer [but] we're starting to see the fundamentals improve," Gordon told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Monday. "Jet fuel represents about a third of the refined product that comes from a barrel of oil so as air travel returns, these stocks should eventually improve as well." Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards While the demand side recovers, Gordon still sees the supply side putting pressure on the energy stocks. "The...
    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell called Tuesday for continued aggressive fiscal and monetary stimulus for an economic recovery that he said still has "a long way to go." Noting progress made in job creation, goods consumption and business formation, among other areas, Powell said that now would be the wrong time to for policymakers to take their foot off the gas. Doing so, he said, could "lead to a weak recovery, creating unnecessary hardship for households and businesses." "By contrast, the risks of overdoing it seem, for now, to be smaller," Powell added in remarks to the National Association for Business Economics. "Even if policy actions ultimately prove to be greater than needed, they will not go to waste. The recovery will be stronger and move faster if monetary policy and fiscal policy continue to work side by side to provide support to the economy until it is clearly out...
    A lion approaching the camera. Graeme Purdy Graeme Purdy is a photographer from Northern Ireland who captures dramatic portraits of Africa's wildlife.  For his book, "Eight Feet," Purdy used a remote-controlled car to get within 8 feet of wild animals in Kenya and Uganda. From lions to gorillas, many of the animals could be dangerous but Purdy's photos show a more peaceful side to them.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Graeme Purdy captures potentially dangerous wildlife as they've never been seen before ... up close and personal. Most of the animals featured in his book have been known to be deadly, but Purdy's portraits of lions, hippos, and elephants show a more peaceful side. His book is called "Eight Feet" because all of the images were taken within 8 feet of these majestic creatures. Ahead of World Animal Day, Insider spoke to Purdy about how he...
    Donald Trump at a rally in Duluth on Wednesday night after testing positive for coronavirus. He held a press briefing before the flight but told no one about his positive diagnosis.TNS via ZUMA For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter.Donald Trump has spent months trying to convince everyone that COVID-19 isn’t that big a deal, and that’s bad enough on its own. But the more we learn about the precise events of the past few days the more mind-boggling they become. The White House, as usual, is being cagey with definitive information, but here’s how it seems to have played out: Tuesday evening: At the Trump-Biden debate, the Republican side of the aisle, as usual, insists on going maskless. During the debate, Trump mocks Biden for always wearing a mask. Wednesday morning: Based on later reports from Saturday,¹ it...
    Model Jessica Naz stunned her 493,000 Instagram followers on Friday afternoon with a bewitching image of herself dressed in a racy ensemble that left them wanting more. The Guess Jeans girl embraced a remarkably sultry vibe in the photo, which racked up nearly 3,500 likes in the first few hours after it was uploaded. Jessica wore a black leather corset featuring a strapless design. The heart-shaped binding across the top of her bust left a hint of cleavage visible below her bare decolletage. Structural boning throughout the garment cinched in her waist and widened above and below, accentuating her hourglass shape. It appeared to be fastened together down the center with a series of almost imperceptible hook-and-eye clasps. She paired the lingerie with a pair of opaque black panties and alluring hosiery, which featured a fine mesh with diamond pattern through which a hint of her skin showed. A set...
    Only the most observant people will be able to spot this well-disguised doe hiding among a field of stags.  As the seasons change, so too do Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas's clever seek-and-find puzzles - this time taking on an autumnal theme. The artist, known as Dudolf, posted his latest brainteaser on his website and on Facebook, where his fans shared their admiration for his entertaining puzzles.   This tricky seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to find the doe hiding among a field stags in a beautiful autumnal illustration Despite all the praise, some people said the puzzle was a little easier than usual with one writing: 'Found the doe! Quite easy this time. Loved it!' Another seasoned pro and fan of the artist's work said: 'That was fun. I found her pretty quickly, though. Not my norm.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Friendly exes! Princess Beatrice's...
    Coronavirus vaccines might leave us laid up for a day with headaches, fevers, sore muscles, shivering chills and no energy, participants in trials for Moderna's and Pfizer's shots told CNBC.  But the side effects will be worth it, and fade after a day, they added.  Vaccines of all kinds commonly come with side effects - some more unpleasant than others.  Luke Hutchinsons, 44, was prepared for that possibility after signing up to help test whether Moderna's shot worked, safely.  He felt a bit less than 100 percent for a few days after the first dose but eight hours after his second dose on September 15, the healthy computational biologist was too weak to leave bed, running a high fever and writhing with pain and shivers.  It even got harder for Hutchinson to breathe. The experimental COVID-19 vaccine left him feeling like he'd contracted the virus it was meant to protect...
    Luke Hutchison said he signed up to a coronavirus vaccine trial because he's "pro science"Luke Hutchison Luke Hutchison woke up in the middle of the night with chills and a fever after taking the Covid-19 booster shot in Moderna's vaccine trial. Another coronavirus vaccine trial participant, testing Pfizer's candidate, similarly woke up with chills, shaking so hard he cracked a tooth after taking the second dose.   High fever, body aches, bad headaches and exhaustion are just some of the symptoms five participants in two of the leading coronavirus vaccine trials say they felt after receiving the shots. In interviews, all five participants — three in Moderna's study and two in Pfizer's late-stage trials  — said they think the discomfort is worth it to protect themselves against the coronavirus. Four of them asked not to be identified, but CNBC reviewed documentation that verified their participation in the trials. While the symptoms were uncomfortable,...
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