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    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell holds a news conference following a Fed rate announcement, in New York City, July 27, 2022.Brendan McDermid | ReutersHere's what the Club is watching Friday, Sept. 2 The S&P 500 Short Range Oscillator is now very oversold at minus 8.86%. August nonfarm payrolls grew ahead of expectations at 315,000 versus 318,000 consensus estimate from Dow Jones. Still strong number. The unemployment rate increased to 3.7% from 3.5% due to a nice bump in the labor force participation rate, 62.4% from 62.1% in the prior month, meaning more people are coming back into the workforce and that's a great thing. Importantly wage growth is starting to moderate too. Month over month average hourly earnings up 0.3% versus 0.5% in the month before and 0.4% expected.
    On a remote beach, newly hatched turtles are scrambling through the sand for the safety of the water. But they’ve been spotted by a predator.  Stalking on its long hind legs, the hunter approaches with curiosity. Its talons are like machete blades, its teeth like daggers.  But it’s a juvenile itself and has never seen a turtle.  The baby Tyrannosaurus rex places one tentative claw on a turtle and watches in bemusement as it wriggles free. Alarmed, Tiny Rex runs up the beach, back to the safety of its parent – a fully grown male Tyrannosaurus, 40ft long and weighing ten tons.  A T-rex swimming. BBC Studios Natural History Unit and a team of special effects wizards have recreated dinosaurs from 66 million years ago The father nuzzles his infant, rubbing the sides of his jaw along the baby’s furry flanks, and then gives him a nudge, urging his offspring to try again, as if to say, ‘Go on, it won’t bite.’  As touching as it is astounding to see, the scene is made perfect by the voiceover – from the...
    President Joe Biden's top national security adviser warned that there could be more to come from North Korea after its latest ballistic missile test. 'We see this as part of a pattern of testing and provocation from North Korea that is has played out over the course of the past month and will continue to play out,' National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters in a briefing on Friday. 'We think there is likely more in store.' He also said the United States was keeping an eye on China to make sure they wouldn't give Russian any kind of military or other assistance in its invasion of the Ukraine.  Sullivan noted the 30-member NATO alliance put out a joint statement urging China not to get involved, saying the leaders agreed Beijing 'should not provide military or other forms of assistance to Russia in the prosecution of its brutal war in Ukraine, and all the Allies agreed to carry that message individually as well as speaking collectively on it.' 'We have not seen the Chinese move forward with the provision of military...
    New car models sold in the EU from mid-2022 will be required by law to record driving data that can be viewed in the event of an accident. New car models, as well as any other road vehicle, sold in the EU from mid-2022 will be required to record technical data, such as the direction of the steering wheel and vehicle speed, so that it can be used in the event of a crash. The new rule will coincide with the forced introduction of Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) systems for new vehicle models next year. According to a report by Der Spiegel, a so-called “Event Data Recorder” — also referred to as a “black box”, similar to those already found in aircraft — will possibly enable police to understand if an accident was caused by driver error, depending on the incident. However, an AFP report claims that, although law enforcement will indeed have access in the event of an accident, insurance companies will not be permitted access to any data recorded. All data gathered by black boxes will also be anonymised,...
    THE Omicron variant is continuing to spread – with symptoms that you might have not expected. Omicron is now the most dominant Covid strain in the US, and the numbers are still rising. 1Omicron cases are showing symptoms of vomiting and loss of appetiteCredit: EPA According to experts, the new variant is showing symptoms of vomiting and loss of appetite – symptoms that didn't appear with the Delta variant. The UK-based Zoe Covid Study analyzes people's experiences with Covid through an app where the British public upload their symptoms. The app has shown that loss of appetite has been a common symptom in the new infection. Tim Spector, a professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King's College in London, recently told the Daily Express in the UK that nausea has been listed by many Omicron patients. "Quite a few of them had nausea, slight temperature, sore throats, and headaches," said Spector. The most common Omicron variant symptoms resemble other Covid symptoms. The symptoms, which have been less severe than previous strains, include fatigue, muscle aches, and scratchy throat. The...
    NO, I haven’t seen the new Bond film yet. I’m a huge 007 fan and am very much looking forward to it, but these days there just isn’t the time because there are so many other things to watch on TV. Every single time I go to the pub, someone tells me about a great new box-set so I come home and four hours later, at two in the morning, I’m sitting there going: “Just one more.” Right now, I’m in the middle of something called StartUp, which has a plot wonkier than a ­Bangladesh car ferry and several sex scenes, all of which seem to have been directed by Enid Blyton. But I’m sticking with it because Martin Freeman is just mesmerising as the FBI agent. He was good in The Office and better in Fargo, but in this? Holy cow. He’s up there with Anthony Hopkins, Alec ­Guinness and Peter O’Toole. Strangely though, it’s not the best ­performance I’ve seen from a British actor this year. That award goes to Kate Winslet in Mare Of Easttown. Which...
    Baggy Jeans Are Back, Baby: Peep the 13 Best-Looking Pairs To Wear Now Cleveland Browns vs. Arizona Cardinals NFL Week 6 Odds, Plays and Insights © Provided by INSIDER Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides in "Dune." Chiabella James/Warner Bros. Pictures I saw Denis Villeneuve's long-awaited adaptation of "Dune" at the New York Film Festival. I'm a superfan of the book and 1984 movie, but the new version exceeded my expectations by far. Villeneuve's adaptation made some much-needed updates, and the visuals were breathtaking. There's a mantra repeated in the world of "Dune" about the nature of fear, and the effects it can have on a person's mental state. "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration," the saying goes. In David Lynch's 1984 adaptation, it's Paul Atreides who most often utters this prayer. And in Denis Villeneuve's stunning new adaptation, it's Paul's mother Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) who first says the words onscreen. It's a memorable litany for sure (I've personally found myself repeating it in times...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Val Warner and Ryan Chiaverini break down all you need to know going into the weekend.This week, Val reminisces about getting engaged on set a year ago Friday. They also dive into the White Sox series and Chicago Sky making it to the WNBA finals.Ryan and Val also give their take on the Netflix hit show "Squid Game."RELATED: Roz Varon's Weekender ReportIn the Kitchen with Alessi Our home chef, Kenny Beckett, turned his love and passion for cooking into a business! After positive reviews from friends and family, Kenny created Parlay Grill, a popup food and catering company! We sent Kenny to the Strack & Van Til in Crown Point, IN, to shop for his favorite products and ingredients. After picking up some Alessi products, Kenny created a delicious chicken cacciatore meal that's quick and easy to make!EMBED More News Videos Home chef Kenny Beckett turned his love and passion for cooking into a business! Kenny's Chicken Cacciatore Recipe:Deemed "the hunters meal", chicken cacciatore is a rustic dish that has so many variations that when it comes...
    JAMES RODRIGUEZ looked distinctly unimpressed as he watched his new team from the stands over the weekend. The Colombian, 30, joined Qatari side Al-Rayyan from Everton last month after being frozen our by new boss Rafa Benitez. James Rodriguez watching his new team in Qatar Curb edition pic.twitter.com/AMwV7tqNwP— Evan Morgan Grahame (@Evan_M_G) October 3, 2021 2James Rodriguez was unveiled to fans last monthCredit: AFP Rodriguez isn't quite ready to join his new team-mates in action, but is in Qatar acclimatising to life in the Middle East. The attacking midfielder rocked up to watch his side play Al Ahli on Saturday. And judging by his facial expression, he didn't much enjoy the game. The match feed cut to a bespectacled Rodriguez in the 27th minute. With his mouth open ajar, Rodriguez appeared horrified by what he was watching. And it didn't go unnoticed online. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogFOOTIE LIVE Tuchel fumes over international break, Liverpool vs Man City reactionLive BlogUNITED LATEST Brozovic transfer eyed, five players 'unhappy' with SolskjaerVideoRI-DICULOUS Watch Rodri leap to make incredible block and save Man...
    When you think of Independence Day traditions, you probably think about fireworks, barbecues, and parades. Former Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill has a new family tradition, she claimed Friday. On "Every Fourth of July going forward" she will watch the 40-minute New York Times video about the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Asked by Willie Geist on "Morning Joe" for her thoughts heading into the Independence Day weekend, the MSNBC analyst raised eyebrows online and even a moment of awkward silence from Geist with her response. CAPITOL RIOT INVESTIGATION: PELOSI TAPS REPUBLICAN LIZ CHENEY TO SIT ON NEW COMMITTEE "We’re going to start a new family tradition in my family. On the Fourth of July and every Fourth of July going forward, we’re going to watch that video that The New York Times put together of January 6," she said. "Morning Joe" devoted extensive coverage Friday to the formation of a House Select Committee to investigate the Jan. 6 riot, when a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building during certification of President-elect Joe Biden's victory. The Times edited together news...
    (CNN)The US Postal Service has issued a set of stamps to celebrate a decade of watching the sun from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, according to NASA. The Sun Science stamps draw attention to the different views of the sun as seen from the SDO."I look at each of these pictures from the Solar Dynamics Observatory and am reminded of how they help us learn more about the Sun and the way its constantly changing atmosphere can affect Earth and the planets," said Dr. Nicky Fox, Division Director for NASA's Heliophysics Division at NASA Headquarters in Washington, according to the news release from NASA. The stamps were issued by the Postal Service during a ceremony at the Greenbelt Main Post Office in Maryland on Friday."We hope these amazing stamps will help generate the same sense of wonder and curiosity about our star that inspired our ancestors and the scientists at NASA to want to better understand the sun, space, and the myriad of possibilities that exist in our solar system, in our universe and beyond," said Thomas J. Marshall, the Postal...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reviewing additional reports of people who suffered severe side effects after receiving the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine. On Tuesday, the CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggested clinicians stop using the shot after nine reports of rare, but serious, blood clots out of more than 7.2 million vaccinations.   'We are encouraged that it hasn't been an overwhelming number of cases but we're looking and seeing what's come in,' said CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky during a press briefing on Monday.  She added that the agency and the FDA were monitoring the U.S. government's database for additional reports of side effects.   No details were available on how many additional people suffered side effects or what those side effects were. SCROLL DOWN FOR THE VIDEO  CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said on Monday (pictured) the agency is looking into additional reports of people who suffered severe side effects from the J&J vaccine Walensky did not elaborate on how many people suffered side effects from the J&J vaccine...
    THE Pentagon said it is "very closely" watching Russia's military build-up in the Arctic as Vladimir Putin presses ahead with tests of a doomsday nuclear torpedo that could wipe out New York. The Kremlin is said to be planning to deploy dozens of Poseidon 2M39 underwater drones - designed to sneak up on cities and unleash a radioactive tsunami. 14The Poseidon 2M39 torpedo seen in an image released by Russia's defence ministryCredit: AP 14Troops took part in war games in the Arctic this week as Russia builds up its military presenceCredit: Alamy 14Vladimir Putin is trying to seize control of the strategic Arctic regionCredit: AP The terrifying weapons have been developed as Putin steps up his claim over the strategic territory around the Pole - which could yield huge oil and gas reserves. Satellite pictures this week revealed Russia is busy refitting Cold War-era nuclear bases on Franz Joseph Land, a group of islands in the Arctic Ocean. Analysts say Russia is also beefing up its military presence on the Kola Peninsula near the city of Murmansk, close to...
    Getty Britney Spears just made the first direct mention of Hulu's "Framing Britney Spears" documentary. "I was embarrassed by the light they put me in," Spears said in reference to unspecified bits of it. The Instagram caption says she didn't watch the whole thing, but that she "cried for two weeks." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Britney Spears just made direct reference to February's premiere of "Framing Britney Spears," a Hulu and New York Times documentary episode all about the pop star's rise to fame and eventual placement into a legal conservatorship.  "I didn't watch the documentary but from what I did see of it I was embarrassed by the light they put me in," Spears wrote as part of a lengthy caption on a new Instagram post. "I cried for two weeks and well .... I still cry sometimes!!!!" The post's caption, which was shared on Tuesday evening to Spears' 29 million Instagram followers, opened with this line: "My life has always been very speculated ... watched ... and judged really my whole life!!!" ...
    11 Top Pizza Deals in One Place to Celebrate Pi Day on March 14 NFL Draft prospects 2021: Big board of top 50 players overall, updated position rankings © Provided by INSIDER Justin Bieber supported Tom Holland's new film. Kevin Mazur/AMA2020/Getty Images for dcp; Mike Marsland/WireImage Justin Bieber was nominated for four awards at the 2021 Grammy Awards, which took place on Sunday. Bieber watched Tom Holland's new movie "Cherry" on Apple TV Plus instead. "Lazy Sunday with @tomholland2013," the singer captioned a photo on his Instagram story. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Justin Bieber, who up for four awards at the 2021 Grammys, revealed that he chose to watch Tom Holland's new movie instead. "Lazy Sunday with @tomholland2013," the 27-year-old singer captioned a photo that showed him logged into Apple TV Plus to watch Holland's film "Cherry." Meanwhile, the 63rd Grammys rook place on Sunday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, hosted by "The Daily Show" star Trevor Noah. © Justin Bieber/Instagram Justin Bieber watched Tom Holland's movie "Cherry" on...
    Justin Bieber supported Tom Holland's new film. Kevin Mazur/AMA2020/Getty Images for dcp; Mike Marsland/WireImage Justin Bieber was nominated for four awards at the 2021 Grammy Awards, which took place on Sunday. Bieber watched Tom Holland's new movie "Cherry" on Apple TV Plus instead. "Lazy Sunday with @tomholland2013," the singer captioned a photo on his Instagram story.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Justin Bieber, who up for four awards at the 2021 Grammys, revealed that he chose to watch Tom Holland's new movie instead.  "Lazy Sunday with @tomholland2013," the 27-year-old singer captioned a photo that showed him logged into Apple TV Plus to watch Holland's film "Cherry." Meanwhile, the 63rd Grammys rook place on Sunday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, hosted by "The Daily Show" star Trevor Noah.  Justin Bieber watched Tom Holland's movie "Cherry" on the night of the Grammys. Justin Bieber/Instagram The movie was released in select theaters on February 26 and was made available on the streaming service on Friday. Holland, known for his role as Spider-Man/Peter Parker in...
    New York : The university ranking website, Best Value Schools, will pay five fans of ‘Friends’ $ 1,000 each to watch the first five seasons from the famous series of the nineties. This equates to 44 hours and 19 minutes of unforgettable friends’ adventures. In other words, the chosen people will end up earning about $ 22.04 an hour. Although this may not sound like a lot of money, keep in mind that you will only be sitting watching television. To apply for the ‘dream job, you must complete an application on the Best Value Schools website and further explain, in 200 words, why you are the best fit for the job. Take into account that, if you are selected, You must share updates on your social networks about the chapters you are watching. In addition, you will have to see the 121 episodes and classify them according to which one seems best to you, as reported in Thrillist. In addition to the money, they will also give you a mug with the Central Perk logo, a t-shirt from...
    The adopted daughter of Woody Allen, Dylan Farrow, has tweeted in advance of the upcoming episode of Allen v. Farrow on Sunday evening and asking viewers for empathy.  A new HBO documentary about the embattled filmmaker shows never-before-seen 1992 home video which features in Sunday nights episode. In it, Dylan Farrow can be heard describing how her adoptive father, Allen, allegedly 'touched her private parts'. The video was shot by her adoptive mother Mia Farrow as proof of the incident, as seven-year-old Dylan claims the Oscar-winning director told her: 'Do not move, I have to do this,' as he touched her in the attic of the family's country home.  Dylan Farrow, pictured in the documentary, said she had been losing sleep over the episode which features the video Dylan Farrow tweeted out a plea for understanding and empathy hours before Sunday's HBO docuseries Allen V. Farrow airs unseen footage of her Woody Allen and Mia Farrow with children Dylan and Ronan, pictured in 1988 'I didn't want him to do it, mama,' she's heard telling her mother of the incident. 'I didn't...
    Monday mornings for the News Brig staff are always exciting, due in no small part to us having the chance to excitedly gab and share about all the cool stuff we watched over the weekend— whether it’s the latest sci-fi series on Netflix, a newly released Korean action flick, or chipping away at our personal anime watchlist. And as usual, the answers range widely, as some people check out what’s new and popular on streaming services, and some return to past favorites. Here are a few of the shows and movies we’re enjoying watching right now, and what you might enjoy watching as well. Tribes of Europa Photo: Gordon Timpen I’m a sucker for the post-apocalypse, so seeing a new series pop up in the Netflix top 10 list meant that I had to give Tribes of Europa a try. The German-language program takes place in the 2070s and pits several factions against each other in a vaguely feudal confrontation. The Origines live in the woods, eking out a living...
    Stanley Tucci is eating and drinking his way across Italy in CNN's "Searching for Italy." CNN Stanley Tucci hosts a six-part travel and cooking show currently airing on CNN.  "Searching for Italy" follows the star through different Italian cities and regions.  While the scenery is breathtaking, some fans are more focused on how good Tucci looks. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Stanley Tucci's cocktail tutorials were winning over fans in early quarantine, and it looks like his new show, "Searching for Italy," is giving them even more to swoon over. The six-part CNN series follows the award-winning actor as he travels through Naples, the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Bologna, Milan, Tuscany, and Sicily. And yes, he's technically there to eat and talk about food. But he's also impeccably dressed and showing off his "sneaky cut" physique, which generated plenty of buzz on Twitter.Viewers took to Twitter to gush about the show, Italian food, and Tucci's bodAfter the show aired its first episode focusing on Naples and the Amalfi Coast on Sunday, Twitter users flocked to the social-media...
    THE Little Things was slammed as "pointless and boring" as viewers warn others to not "waste your time" by watching the new HBO film. The crime thriller debuted on HBO and in select theaters on Friday. 12Viewers slammed The Little Things are 'boring' on TwitterCredit: Warner Bros. 12Many viewers agreed that the movie was 'pointless'Credit: Twitter Denzel Washington stars in the film as Joe "Deke" Deacon, who's joined by Rami Malek's Jim Baxter as they embark on an investigation which hones in on their prime suspect, played by Jared Leto. Their obsession with solving the case leads to dark secrets of their own upturning. While The Little Things was highly anticipated, early viewers have shared their mostly negative thoughts. Viewers took to Twitter to slam the film, writing that it's "boring and pointless." One person wrote: "The Little Things has to be one of the most boring and pointless films I’ve seen in a while. I usually let people form their own opinion over things, but as a friend, please believe me when I say don’t waste your time on...
    Burger King is selling an ice cream sundae made with chocolate syrup and French fries in Singapore. The chain's Singaporean social media channels announced the new dessert, named the 'Mashed Up Fries.' It's made up of vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup and crispy French fries, mimicking a popular way that Burger King noticed customers eating two of its menu items. Burger King is selling an ice cream sundae made with chocolate syrup and French fries in Singapore The chain's Singaporean social media channels announced the new dessert, named the 'Mashed Up Fries' 'Enjoy the perfect sweet and savoury combination of ice-cream with fries. Each not sold separately,' the company wrote on Facebook. Speaking to Business Insider, Burger King explained that it designed the fries-ice-cream combo after realizing that customers like to order them separately and dip the fries in the ice cream. They described the new dessert as 'eccentric, but delicious.' The idea has earned fans on social media. 'Fries in an ice cream, welcome to peak 2020,' wrote one Twitter user. 'I was a cynic, until I...
    Netflix latest offering Bridgerton has left fans swooning after they tuned into the very sexy show which debuted on Christmas Day.  Shonda Rhimes' Netflix debut has set pulses racing with a mixture of sultry moments, scandal and shock.  And while some loved the series - set in Regency London - others were left with awkward viewing after tuning in to watch with their parents thinking they were expecting a family friendly festive show. Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: 'These sexy scenes are not holding back! Happy to see that part of the book is being lived up to!' While another added: 'Wish I knew how many sex scenes there were in Bridgerton before I agreed to watch it with my parents.' Netflix latest offering Bridgerton has left fans swooning after they tuned into the very sexy show which debuted on Christmas day. Sex scene from the show is pictured Shonda Rhimes' Netflix debut has set pulses racing with a mixture of sultry moments, scandal and shock. And while some loved the series - set in Regency London - others...
    Several hearts were broken when it was announced that Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner starrer reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians would no longer be continued. The show that ran for 20 odd seasons was a hit amongst the fans and gave the Kardashian-Jenner family immense popularity. While the divas never really gave a solid reason for calling it quits, fans were not quite ready to say goodbye to the show. Keeping Up With the Kardashians Is Ending Because of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. The Kardashian-Jenner family too did not want to disappoint their fans and had a little surprise for them. The family including Kris, Kim, Kourtney, Kylie and Kendall have struck a deal with Disney for a new multiyear show. Disney-owned Hulu on Thursday announced that it has signed a deal with the sisters and they are indeed coming back on TV soon. Under the deal, the women will be creating new content for Hulu but no confirmation of them appearing on screen was given. The details of the programming...
    Jeffrey Hamburg, Barbara Beach Hamburg, Ali Hamburg, and Madison Hamburg in a family photo. HBO HBO's new true-crime docuseries "Murder on Middle Beach" premieres Sunday, November 15.  The show follows director Madison Hamburg as he investigates his mother's murder, and talks to his family members about how they were affected.  Barbara Beach Hamburg, Madison's mother, was killed in 2010 in Madison, Connecticut.  While Beach's husband (and Madison's father) Jeffrey was questioned early on about his ex-wife's murder, there have still been no arrests made in the case.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO's new docuseries "Murder on Middle Beach" is a moving exploration of one woman's life and murder, and how her family dealt with the aftermath of her death.  The show is directed by Madison Hamburg, the 29-year-old son of Barbara Beach Hamburg, who was found dead outside of her Connecticut home in 2010.  As the series progresses, Madison gains new insight into his mother's life before her murder, including her troubled relationship with his father and Beach Hamburg's ex-husband, Jeffrey Hamburg. He also works...
    New York Mets: The ‘Cohen effect’ is already working its magic By: Andres Chavez November 11, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditWhen New York Mets‘ owner Steve Cohen talked to the press on Tuesday, fans could feel a calm, composed tone but also a clear determination of succeeding and leaving his mark on one of the most storied fanbases in baseball. The new man in charge stated that he would like to lift the World Series trophy within the next 3-5 years. But as it turns out, fans weren’t the only ones that loved his speech and tone. Starting pitcher Marcus Stroman, who had the team waiting on his decision whether or not to take a one year, $18.9 million qualifying offer, ended up accepting thanks, in part, to the impression Cohen’s remarks left on him. Sure, the most likely scenario is that Stroman’s agency tested the market for a few days to see which kinds of multiyear deals were out there for him, and given the uncertain post-Covid market, he decided that the safest...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: All of MLB will be watching the Yankees this offseason By: William Parlee November 10, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees and general manager Brian Cashman has lots to do to repair a team that hasn’t been in the World Series since 2009. The team may be in the worst shape it’s been in for the past decade. The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal has said that the New York Yankees will be one of the top teams all of Major League will be watching over the next several months. The question of why is easy to answer. The Yankees pitching rotation is in shambles, just one season after the Yankees gave Gerrit Cole the biggest contract in MLB for a pitcher. Now at the end of the season, the Yankees basically only have Gerrit Cole. Masahiro Tanaka, James Paxton, and J.A. Happ have all become free agents. The New York Yankees will need to pick up at least one premium pitcher if not two. Much of that depends on if they...
    Lenny Kravitz spent his whole life being haunted by his father who cheated on his mother and warned him: 'You'll do it too'. The rocker, 56, overheard his father Sy talking to a mistress and told his mother Roxie then watched as her 'soul fell to the floor'. She admitted he had been cheating throughout their marriage and described going to his mistresses' apartments with baby Kravitz in her arms and buzzing the intercom to say: 'Tell Sy that playtime's over. Time to come home'. But Roxie wouldn't divorce Sy because her Bahamanian upbringing forbade it and so she stuck with him. In his new memoir, Let Love Rule, Kravitz writes how he replicated his father's behavior by breaking off an engagement to marry his ex-wife Lisa Bonet. His six-year marriage to her ended in 1993 amid rumors of infidelity. Kravitz, who became famous with his debut album 'Let Love Rule' in 1989, speaks frankly in the memoir, which is now out.  Lenny Kravitz reveals how he learned his father Sy was cheating on his mother Roxie in his...
    Certainly one of Decider’s favourite Netflix collection is Intercourse Training, which was pressured to delay manufacturing on its third season this spring attributable to COVID-19. Season Three is lastly in manufacturing and the forged launched a DIY teaser final week, displaying all of them heading again to set – some carrying their masks to hopefully forestall an infection of each sort. The teaser options appearances from Gillian Anderson (Jean Milburn), Asa Butterfield (Otis Milburn), Chris Jenks (Steve), Connor Swindells (Adam), Alistair Petrie (Mr. Groff), and supporting forged Jojo Macari, Chinenye Ezeudu, Tanya Reynolds, and Chaneil Kular. Some main absences from the tease — no Emma Mackey (Maeve) or Ncuti Gatwa (Eric). Whereas there have been no main spoilers within the teaser, we right here at Decider are superb detectives assumers, so on the threat of constructing an ASS out of U and ME, we’re going to foretell what’s going to occur primarily based solely on what’s on this two minute video.Jean Milburn is having Jakob’s child.Not laborious to foretell that there might be no less than a dialogue about Jean’s...
    Italian food is irresistible and can also be part of a balanced and healthy diet. However, there are some dishes in restaurants that can sabotage your eating plan to control your weight since they are a caloric bomb, in addition to having a high sodium content and also unhealthy fats. If you decided to order in olive Garden and you have a craving for three the classics of Italy, the “Giro d’Italia” It may seem like a good idea since it consists of Lasagna, chicken parmigiana and fettuccine pasta with creamy Alfredo sauce, all in one dish. You have to think about it very well since it might not be the best decision, at least not to eat it by yourself and at once. Eat This, Not That found this dish to be the least healthy in the restaurant. The site notes that “Giro d’Italia” has 1,680 calories, 104 g of fat (54 g of saturated fat, 2 g of trans fat), 3,290 mg of sodium, 105 g of carbohydrates (9 g of fiber, 18...
    Astrology tells the signs what is the ideal activity to hang out, based on their personality characteristics Watching series or movies is one of the most common hobbies. Photo: Andrea Piacquadio / Pexels What seems like fun to some, others see as boring and vice versa. When we have free time or we want a moment of leisure We seek to carry out an activity that entertains us and if we have no idea what to invest in those moments of relaxation, the astrology you can give us a suggestion. And it is that we do not all have the same tastes, it all depends on our personality. There will be those who prefer an extreme pastime and others whose idea of ​​fun is to sit and read a book in their favorite space. Know what your zodiac sign’s ideal hobby would be. Also read: How does each zodiac sign stay happy? Aries A passionate sign like Aries wants to take advantage of their leisure time to release the extra energy they...
    Dead Pixels might be a British comedy, but it feels like a perfect fit for The CW We all know that 2020 has caused a bit of a disruption in the force when it comes to the entertainment world. But luckily The CW is giving us Dead Pixels, a comedy series about a group of friends connected by their online role-playing game. So what is it about this series that has us feeling like The CW is the perfect fit for the show and these characters? Probably the fact that our lead characters are a bit of a mess. And in all honesty, they really feel like people we would come across in everyday life. While The CW may be known for their supernatural based series, as well as their DC TV shows, they have long had a tradition of bringing us shows about normal people living their lives. And while you may not necessarily associate shows like Gilmore Girls and 7th Heaven with The CW that really is a part of their history when it comes to more modern-day...
    VIDEO3:1003:10S&P 500 opens slightly higher as it continues march toward new record high—What four experts are watching nowNews Videos The S&P 500 moved slightly higher Monday as it continued its march toward new highs. Here's what four experts are watching now. Mark Spitznagel, founder of Universa Investments, sees overvaluation as an issue. "We are in a boom-and-bust cycle. An epic monumental boom-bust cycle … I'm not necessarily saying we have to be on the cusp [of a bust]. Timing these things certainly is impossible. But look, stock market crashes happen as a direct result of overvaluation. I don't think there are many people around right now that would argue against the fact that markets are quite overvalued. Maybe they'll get more overvalued. I think that's the argument for being long today is they could continue their overvaluation and get even more so. But they're overvalued and this is the setup for left-tail events in stock markets." Anthony Woodside, senior trader at Neuberger Berman, sees potential upside in corporate credit. "When we look at the market here, the opportunities are pervasive...
    Streaming is everywhere: from Netflix to Disney Plus, HBO, Hulu, Peacock, and plenty more, it seems like you can stream just about anything. To me though, this is all slightly confusing. Streaming capabilities are built into Smart TVs but if you don’t have a Smart TV, well, then what? You need a streaming stick of some sort to watch movies and TV. And while the picture might be excellent, your speakers might lag behind, and so soon enough, you might need to upgrade those, too. What I’m getting at is this—it feels like there are a million things I constantly need to add to my TV to modernize it: from speakers to streamers, and all while needing to keep that cable box lying around. Thankfully, Roku recently made my life a whole lot easier.  When I originally inquired about testing the new Roku Soundbar, I thought that’s all it was: a Soundbar. I could’ve read the email closer, but then again, I’m not sure I was ready to comprehend exactly what they were telling me. The Roku Smart Soundbar delivers...
    Crystal Cox/Business Insider A new study found that the more a man watches porn, the more likely he is to experience erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction mostly affects older men, but the study authors found that 23% of men under 35 had experienced the condition. They said the correlation between porn consumption and erectile dysfunction was "higher than expected." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The more porn a man watches, the more likely he is to experience erectile dysfunction during sex — even if he's young and healthy, according to a recent study. The findings, presented June 16 at the European Association of Urology's virtual congress, are based on 3,267 men in Belgium, Denmark, and the UK, who completed an online questionnaire about masturbation habits, how often they watch porn, and their partnered sex experiences. They found men who reported watched 70 minutes or more of porn per week had less satisfying partnered sex, and were more likely to experience erectile dysfunction. The researchers said they expected to see a link, but they were surprised by how...
    HBO’s new series “Perry Mason” premiered Sunday night, and it’s pretty good. The series, which is based on the legendary fictional detective, has been hyped a ton recently by the network, and it has Matthew Rhys in the title role. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Naturally, I had to give it a shot, and I wasn’t disappointed at all. In fact, I enjoyed it immensely. The opening episode revolves around the murder of a little baby, who had his eyes stitched open by the bad guys. From the opening scene, it’s pretty clear the audience is in for a dark time. That’s not a complaint at all. I like a show that’s dark. Now, is “Perry Mason” as dark as “True Detective” season one? No, but anything would be incredibly hard pressed to meet that standard. Having said that, there are certainly some grizzly moments. For example, there is a substantial time spend on the body of the murdered baby. If you have a weak stomach, I’d recommend looking away....
    Netflix’s new series “Cursed” looks awesome. The plot of the series, according to Netflix’s PR site, is as follows: Based on the upcoming book of the same name, Cursed is a re-imagining of the Arthurian legend, told through the eyes of Nimue, a teenage heroine with a mysterious gift who is destined to become the powerful (and tragic) Lady of the Lake. After her mother’s death, she finds an unexpected partner in Arthur, a young mercenary, in a quest to find Merlin and deliver an ancient sword. Over the course of her journey, Nimue will become a symbol of courage and rebellion against the terrifying Red Paladins, and their complicit King Uther. Judging from the trailer, I think fans are going to be in for a very fun time with this series. Give it a watch below! (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Yeah, there’s a 100% chance I give this a shot when it drops July 17 on Netflix. The story of King Arthur and the sword in the stone is one...
    London (CNN Business)More than 75 days into its stay-at-home order, New York City — the largest and densest city in the world's largest economy — begins to reopen on Monday. Investors and epidemiologists are watching closely. What's happening: New York City is entering "phase one" of its reopening plan, allowing nonessential workers in construction and manufacturing to go back to work and retail stores to set up curbside or in-store pickups. Citigroup called it a "milestone for the center of the US epidemic" in a note to clients.Investors have been betting that the city can manage the process without a new spike in infections. The S&P 500 is now at its highest level since late February, with riskier assets back in favor.This has been driven by further declines in Covid-19 cases, increased mobility across states, reopenings and a much better than expected US jobs report for May, Evercore ISI strategist Dennis DeBusschere said in a research note Monday. Many businesses remain shuttered, however. Hair salons and offices will stay closed until the next reopening phase. Indoor seating at bars and...
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