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    A TIKTOKER has revealed the prime time to visit the grocery store to get the best deals on meat. Bo, known as @bothegoat on TikTok, impressed viewers with this scheduling trick that his followers agree is a hack for the best meat prices. 2Bo, @bothegoattv on TikTok, let his followers in on a secret time to visit the grocery store in order to see unusually low pricesCredit: TikTok/@bothegoattv 2Visiting the store around 7 or 8am, Bo said this steak was reduced to just $9.07 for quick saleCredit: TikTok/@bothegoattv "Kroger cheat code, one take...Between the hours of 7 and 8am, the butchers take meat that is about to expire, and put it out," he said. "Look at the marbling on this bad baby right here," he gloated, showing off a Texas Angus steak from Nolan Ryan Beef It had been reduced to just $9.07 for quick sale during his morning visit. "Get some skirt steak for the low, ground beef for the low," his voice says as the video pans over the variety of price-reduced meats. READ...
    New York (CNN Business)The job market in America is still healthy. The unemployment rate is just 3.6% and many employers are continuing to hire workers at a steady clip. But some major companies appear to be getting a little nervous. Apple (AAPL) is said to be slowing its pace of new job additions. Microsoft (MSFT), Facebook parent Meta and Google owner Alphabet (GOOGL) are reportedly implementing hiring freezes. Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs (GS) has said it won't hire as aggressively in the second half of this year. Ford (F) is rumored to be announcing job cuts soon. Tesla (TSLA) already has done so. Victoria's Secret laid off workers earlier this month, as did Twitter. Meme stock phenomenon GameStop (GME) is also looking to cut staff.So it's clear that companies across a wide range of industries are trying to figure out just how many workers they need at a time when there are growing concerns about the slowing economy. Recession fears may escalate after the Federal Reserve raises interest rates again next week in its continued fight to bring down...
    Getty New York Jets safety Lamarcus Joyner getting some work in during training camp. The most volatile position group on the New York Jets roster comes at the safety position. One of several players could end up starting on the backend of the defense but right now the penciled-in starter is veteran Lamarcus Joyner. He was the starter in Week 1 last season before he went down with a torn triceps and missed the year. However, one recent projection has him going from the starting lineup to the streets after a surprising release. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Sizzling Hot Take Play VideoVideo related to jets starter projected to get dumped: ‘isn’t the most dependable’2022-07-05T13:01:38-04:00 Robby Sabo of Jets X-Factor recently put on his prediction hat and provided an early July version of his 53-man roster projections. The most stunning of his prognostications came when he predicted that Joyner would be one of the “toughest cuts” for the Jets ahead of the...
    AMERICANS must file their taxes accurately to avoid any delays and use online resources before contacting the IRS, bosses warn. The advice comes just days before the federal tax filing season begins on January 24. 1Americans must file their taxes accurately to avoid delays, the IRS saysCredit: Getty Americans should keep five things in mind before filing their taxes. FILE DOCUMENTS ELECTRONICALLY Taxpayers should file their documents electronically and choose the direct deposit option so they can get an accurate tax return. Americans are encouraged to use the software e-file which helps taxpayers avoid making mistakes. A question and answer format helps people guide through their tax return when it is being completed. KEEP DOCUMENTS HANDY Before filing tax returns, Americans should also make sure that their stimulus payment and advance child tax credit data are accurate. They should also have documents nearby such as Letter 6419 which was sent to families that received advance child tax credits. Most read in MoneyBIG BUCKS Deadline for automatic $660 monthly payments passes after $1,100 boosts sentBIG BOOST Automatic new $821 checks being...
    Huckberry and Eddie Bauer Just Released the Perfect Rugged Fall Coat NFL player props: Aaron Jones wont desert you in Arizona "Honestly," Abby Huntsman says, "if there's any headline to take away from this, [it's that] I had to leave 10 years of hosting on cable TV and two years hosting The View to find my voice." © Provided by People Paula Lobo/ABC via Getty Images Abby Huntsman She doesn't mean literally, except maybe a little bit: On Thursday, she and close friend Lauren Leeds debuted their new weekly podcast with Dear Media, I Wish Somebody Told Me…, in which they sit down with a different interesting personality and, hopefully, go there. Hardships, heartaches, moments of revelation and triumph. Small graces and lessons learned. © Provided by People Abby Huntsman Guests include celebs like Mario Lopez and Teddi Mellencamp, but also blind Paralympic medalist Brad Snyder ("He made me feel so inspired," Huntsman says) and Ursula Burns, a trailblazing Black woman CEO. "It's going to be really a mix of totally different people but everyone has made it to...
    (CBS DETROIT)– Doctors at Beaumont say the window for kids 12 and over to receive the COVID vaccine before school starts is closing. With that less than a month away some parents say they still have questions and concerns about the vaccines. “They need to start the immunization schedule now as soon as possible at least after the first vaccine they’ll have 50, 51, 53% protection,” said Dr. Sandy Patel Pediatric Hospitalist With Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak. READ MORE: Midland Gets $5.5 Million For Recovery From 2020 Floods That Devastated Homes, Community Dr. Patel says now is the time for those 12 years old and up to receive at least their first dose of the COVID vaccine prior to school starting, but some parents like Detroiter Lela Sirmons still unsure about vaccinating her children. “I was very hesitant seeing that I have a special needs son that’s autistic and they really don’t know what causes autism,” said Lela Sirmons, mother of 4 who’s unsure about getting kids COVID vaccine. Sirmons, the mother of 4, with 2 kids under 16 says, with the...
    SINCE Covid’s early days Whitehall has been largely abandoned — and the civil service now look set to be among the last to get back to the office too. As Rishi Sunak says, it is vital for workers to return, especially younger ones building a career. We agree with Education Minister Gillian Keegan too that older staff should set an example. 2The work-from-home order has been lifted but three-quarters of Whitehall is still emptyCredit: Getty But what hope of that when on any given day only one in five of her own staff ventures into London? When despite Downing Street lifting the work-from-home order and other restrictions last month more than three-quarters of Whitehall is still empty? How many office workers will volunteer to restart their commute when the nerve centre of Government can’t be bothered? Besides, many have decided they operate just as effectively at home. Only a few will be right. The rest are kidding themselves. It is vital for national productivity, for teamwork, for careers and for all those jobs which rely on workers flocking into...
    Emma Stone and Husband Dave McCary Team Up to Produce Movie by SNL Comedian Julio Torres China Evergrande Weighing Hong Kong IPO for Bottled Water Unit © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Klay Thompson is expected back on the court sometime early next season, although there is no timeline and zero chance the Warriors will rush him back from his ruptured Achilles. The latest update on Thompson’s return came from Steve Kerr (via Anthony Slater at The Athletic), and it’s good news for Warriors fans and just fans of good basketball. “Not full contact yet. But starting to really get movement on the court. He’s still aways away from actually playing basketball in a 5-on-5 setting. But there’s a big step with the Achilles when you can actually start running again. It’s a huge psychological boost. The rest of the body gets going, you start feeling the soreness and aches and pains that actually feel good when you’ve been out for a while. He’s at that point.” We last saw...
    NEW stimulus payments are due to hit bank accounts this week - but here’s why you may not want to get the money. While the previous stimulus payments were one-time checks sent to the bank accounts of nearly all Americans, these payments are a little different. 2The recurring stimulus payments are advance installments that make up part of the expanded Child Tax CreditCredit: Alamy The most recent payment, which many Americans received, were checks to the value of $600, $1,200, and $1,400 and were part of the relief bill that President Joe Biden signed back in March.  The next payments, which are due to start on July 15 are part of the same stimulus package, but will be recurring, with recipients getting the money on the 15th of the month, every month, until the end of the year. The recurring payments are advance installments that make up part of the expanded Child Tax Credit, which has been temporarily increased to $3,600.  Parents of children under 6 years old will receive payments of $300 per month, while families with children between...
    NEW stimulus payments are due to hit bank accounts next week - but here’s why you may not want to get the money. While the previous stimulus payments were one-time checks sent to the bank accounts of nearly all Americans, these payments are a little different. 2The recurring stimulus payments are advance installments that make up part of the expanded Child Tax CreditCredit: Alamy The most recent payment, which many Americans received, were checks to the value of $600, $1,200, and $1,400 and were part of the relief bill that President Joe Biden signed back in March.  The next payments, which are due to start on July 15 are part of the same stimulus package, but will be recurring, with recipients getting the money on the 15th of the month, every month, until the end of the year. The recurring payments are advance installments that make up part of the expanded Child Tax Credit, which has been temporarily increased to $3,600.  Parents of children under 6 years old will receive payments of $300 per month, while families with children between...
    NEW stimulus payments are due to hit bank accounts in 1 week’s time - but here’s why you may not want to get the money. While the previous stimulus payments were one-time checks sent to the bank accounts of nearly all Americans, these payments are a little different. 2The recurring stimulus payments are advance installments that make up part of the expanded Child Tax CreditCredit: Alamy The most recent payment, which many Americans received, were checks to the value of $600, $1,200, and $1,400 and were part of the relief bill that President Joe Biden signed back in March.  The next payments, which are due to start on July 15 are part of the same stimulus package, but will be recurring, with recipients getting the money on the 15th of the month, every month, until the end of the year. The recurring payments are advance installments that make up part of the expanded Child Tax Credit, which has been temporarily increased to $3,600.  Parents of children under 6 years old will receive payments of $300 per month, while families with...
    This is a rush transcript of "The Five," on June 1, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. JESSE WATTERS, FOX NEWS HOST:  Hello, everybody, I am Jesse Watters with Dagen McDowell, Harold Ford, Jr., Sandra Smith, and Greg Gutfeld. It's 5:00 in New York City and this is THE FIVE.  Notice anything different? THE FIVE finally back in studio and boy, does it feel strange. It does a little weird. So, no more remote set ups, no more two second delays, we are finally back here face-to-face, kind of coming back to. People are shedding their masks and we are starting to get back to normal.  COVID cases are near a pandemic low falling below 10,000 for the first in more than a year. The TSA says air travel increased nearly 500 percent this Memorial Day weekend and tens of millions of people hit the road.  And movie theaters, remember those? People went back to the box office this weekend and ticket sales hit the highest level of the pandemic. But perhaps...
    The Yankees get some good news on starting pitcher Luis Severino Andres Chavez May 31, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees lost three games in a row against a weak opponent to end last week, but that doesn’t mean the team is bad or in a particularly compromising position. They remain in third place of the AL East, 4.5 games behind an opponent with which they will battle it out in a series to open this week, the Tampa Bay Rays. They do need to improve certain facets of the game, most notably an offense that has struggled to produce much this week. The starting rotation, for the most part, has remained steady. Before Monday’s action, the unit had the ninth-best ERA in MLB with 3.45, and the seventh-best FIP (Fielding Independent Pitching) with 3.48. The Yankees’ rotation depth will be put to test in the next few weeks, as Corey Kluber went down with a shoulder strain last week. Deivi Garcia didn’t have a good start in his first turn replacing...
    More On: brooklyn nets Nets believe ‘uncomfortable’ stretch will help in playoffs Nets seeking new uniform sponsor amid Joe Tsai’s push How Nets’ youngster stayed ready after testing positive for COVID-19 The Nets needed this one Blake Griffin delivered his biggest scoring night as a Net in one of Brooklyn’s most desperate spots of the season. And his defense may have been even more important in earning Saturday’s comeback victory at Denver. With four games left on the schedule before the playoffs start, the Nets are looking for even more nights like this from Griffin, who seems to be growing more comfortable — and explosive — by the week. “That’s what we need Blake to be in terms of being out there, being an option for us, being a playmaker,” Kyrie Irving said. “His game has evolved. We understand that he’s going to play a different style with us out there, and that’s going to complement when he figures that role out. “But, for right now, we just need him to stay aggressive playing as our big, especially at...
    Yankees’ Aaron Judge warns the league: ‘We are just really starting to get comfortable’ Andres Chavez May 1, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees put on a power show on Friday night, launching five home runs and scoring 10 runs on the Detroit Tigers, backing a masterful performance (yes, another one) by ace Gerrit Cole. Aaron Judge, the Yankees’ right fielder, was behind the offensive masterpiece, hitting two home runs including his second career grand slam. He had spent the last couple of days making some adjustments on the batter’s box. Yankee’s beat writer Bryan Hoch explained the work Judge had been putting into in the last couple of days: he was “adjusting his hand placement and stride to find a better position for driving the ball.” Well, it’s safe to say he found it. “All around, I think our team is just really starting to get comfortable,” Judge told MLB.com. “We got off to a slow start this season, but that’s why we play 162. We’re staying aggressive, we’re attacking pitches...
    Chants meeting THERE may have been only 8,000 spectators at yesterday’s League Cup final but how wonderful to hear cheers and chants echo around Wembley again. The biggest crowd at a UK event since the pandemic began kicks off a great summer of sport, with London also the centre of the delayed Euros tournament. 3How wonderful to hear cheers and chants echo around Wembley again - even if spectator numbers were limited to 8,000Credit: Rex With Covid vaccines being rolled out to 44-year-olds from today, the rest of over-40s set to be offered their jab by Friday and thirtysomethings to follow as early as next week, a sense of normality is slowly creeping back. One in three hospitals now reports not having a single Covid patient in intensive care. New daily cases have halved in the past month. And yet the threat of continuing social distancing measures, vaccine passports and mask rules is kept dangling over us, even beyond the Prime Minister’s glacially paced lockdown-easing schedule, which is set to conclude in June. We salute the 22 scientists who...
    Lives cut too short: Beloved police officer among 10 victims of Boulder, Colorado, shooting Two people were found stabbed to death after a person witnessed the violent attack during a Zoom meeting and called 911 No less of an expert than the chief economist of the European Central Bank says the raft of new COVID-19 lockdown announcements, including Germany, won’t derail the eurozone economy. © patrik stollarz/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images “It’s important to emphasize when we made our recent forecasts a couple of weeks ago we did allow for some extension into the second quarter,” said Philip Lane, the ECB chief economist, in an interview with CNBC. “So the fact now we are seeing decisions lockdown measures extended into April is not too surprising.” Load Error That forecast calls for 4% growth in 2021, after a 6.6% deterioration in 2020. The median forecast is for 4.3% growth, according to a FactSet compilation of 51 estimates. Lane did point out that the European Commission is expecting an acceleration in COVID-19 vaccination in the second quarter. “It’s a contest between progress...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A recent announcement by The Hippodrome about future Broadway performances isn’t just good news for theatre fans, it’s good for the city as a whole. It’s been nearly one year since Broadway graced the stage at The Hippodrome, and we now know when that curtain will rise, bringing Broadway back to Baltimore. Empty seats and a stagnant stage, a result of the pandemic that has devastated an industry, and left the historic Hippodrome Theatre shuttered. “We put 300,000 people through this building last year, and this year we haven’t had one person through the building,” Ron Legler, Frace-Merrick PAC, said. But now, a glimmer of hope, with an announcement that Broadway will make its return to Baltimore on September 28, with the opening of  “Pretty Women, The Musical.” “We have basically lifted up our entire season and pushed it a year forward,” Legler said. “So everything we were going to do last year is going to come into this year.” A long time coming, not just for theatre fans, but for the hundreds employed by the hippodrome,...
    The Latest on Week 14 in the NFL (all times EST): ___ 12:20 p.m. Cleveland Browns starting right guard Wyatt Teller has been activated from the COVID-19 list and is expected to play Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens. Although he never tested positive for the virus, Teller was isolated from his teammates this week after he was in close contact with an infected person outside the Browns. He did not practice but participated in the team’s walk-through Sunday. Teller’s return will mean Cleveland’s offensive line will be intact as the Browns (9-3) try to close in a playoff berth. The Browns also waived running back Dontrell Hilliard to make room for Teller on the 53-man roster. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse The Braves have some serious work to do this offseason The Atlanta Braves were one win away from the World Series, as the combination of Ozzie Albies, Freddie Freeman, and Ronald Acuña Jr. had Brian Snitker’s squad humming against a superior Los Angeles Dodgers team. However, this team was not perfectly constructed, and those flaws ended up weighing too heavily on the Braves as they choked away another lead. The Braves added another series to Atlanta’s long list of postseason disappointments, as they allowed the Dodgers to win three straight games and represent the National League in the World Series. Down 3-1 in the #NLCS. Down in Game 7. The @Dodgers never quit. (MLB x @OSUCCC_James) pic.twitter.com/rTv6YOFKfv — MLB (@MLB) October 19, 2020 The Braves might’ve once again ended up on the wrong end of a postseason failure, but this team could easily end up right back here provided they make a handful of tweaks around this roster.3. Add a veteran starting pitcherThe Braves’ rotation was a hot mess...
    Boulder-based Augustus stumbled into the music world not long after guitarist Jim Herlihy and singer Colin Kelly got drunk at a concert together in 2013. "It was the classic 'get wasted at a show and think how great it would be to start your own band,'" says Herlihy with a laugh. Now 37, Herlihy says he played guitar in college but never imagined performing in real venues. "I didn’t realize I could make the jump from just someone who plays the guitar in your bedroom to someone who could play live. The line was blurred between fan of music and someone who played music."Related Stories Augustus Will Deliver Its New Album by Skateboard...Some Day Psych-Rock Quartet Augustus Talks New Album, Idle Tyler Stanfield's "Whiskey Heart" Isn't Really About Whiskey Songwriter Colin Kelly, 33, had a different experience: "I went to college for music and wanted to do this always, as far back as I can remember." Despite those differences, by the time the two friends launched the band, they knew they wanted to try to turn Augustus...
    Brett Rypien will be making his first career start when the Denver Broncos travel to face the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on “Thursday Night Football.” Rypien’s name should sound familiar, and we’ll get to that soon. Rypien becomes the third-different quarterback in four weeks for the Broncos, who are trying to avoid a 0-4 start for the second straight season. Rypien will try to make that happen.   What else should you know about Rypien? Here are some fast facts:   Brett Rypien’s uncle was Super Bowl MVP  This is the most-obvious NFL tie. Brett is the nephew of Mark Rypien, the sixth-round quarterback who led the Washington Redskins to a victory in Super Bowl XXVI.   Mark Rypien played in the NFL from 1988-01 and finished 47-31 as a starter.  Brett Rypien set records in Washington   Rypien was a high school legend in Washington. He played at Shadle Park High School. He passed for a state record 13,044 yards in 39 starts in Spokane, Wash.   In 2014, Rypien set single-season state records with 4,552 passing yarsd and 50 TDs. He was a four-star recruit.   Rypien had offers from Washington and...
    Parents knowingly sent child to school with COVID-19, forcing 29 students to quarantine 5 Major Changes Youll See at Starbucks Moving Forward Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Shutterstock When you need to pick up a new suit, you really can’t do much better than heading on over to Perry Ellis. The selection is out of this world and the prices are usually too good to pass up. But right now, the prices are even better than ever. Right now, Perry Ellis is in the midst of its Semi-Annual sale. Within this sale, you can get a ton of suit pieces at prices that are hard to beat. Pieces starting at the low price of $30. You can mix and match to get 2 for $50. Whatever you are looking for, you won’t be spending too much. There is never a bad time to get yourself a new suit or some new pieces to...
    New York Islanders: Will Noah Dobson Get the Starting Spot Next Year? By: Brandon Schnapp September 7, 2020 ShareShareTweetNew York Islanders‘ defenseman Noah Dobson is close to NHL ready. There’s one problem for Dobson, though; there’s a million other defensemen on the roster. The Islanders have established defensemen like Nick Leddy and Johnny Boychuk. Both of those defenders have long, expensive contracts. This makes them hard to trade and lowers Dobson’s chances of starting a lot.  How can Noah Dobson start next year? Have a Strong Training Camp Training camp is a time for unproven draft picks, old veterans, and undrafted free agents to show that they have what it takes. Noah Dobson is no different. Just because he was the number 12th overall pick doesn’t mean he gets a hall pass. Dobson has to give it his all on every single rep and take the spot away. Last year, general manager Lou Lamoriello has stated that he would give Dobson every shot to make the team. It won’t be as hard to...
    Next1 of 2Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Leonard Fournette is looking for work, and there are a handful of potential landing spots that could be mutually beneficial.  Tampa Bay already has a pretty loaded backfield, headed up by Ronald Jones and ending with LeSean McCoy. Needless to say, there’s already insane depth, which includes rookie Ke’Shawn Vaughn and Dare Ogunbowale, which is to say there’s a lot of mouths to feed. Fournette instantly becomes an upgrade over almost everyone — including Jones — but will there be enough reps for him to make an impact? If the Bucs go the route of signing Fournette, he needs to be the starter and needs to get starting reps. That might not end up being the worst thing in the world as the Bucs lack a true starting running back, it’s just a matter of whether or not upsetting whatever order has been set will be worth it. Next: Two AFC powerhouses in need of Fournettes help Next1 of 2Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse
    Max Fried is an ace. But the rest of the Atlanta Braves rotation has been a mess in 2020. When Mike Soroka stepped off the mound awkwardly on Aug. 3 against the New York Mets, rupturing his Achilles tendon and ending his season, the Atlanta Braves suddenly went from having a young and deep pitching staff to a club struggling to find reliable arms. Soroka is gone for the year. Sean Newcomb and Mike Foltynewicz, who opened the season in the rotation, have since been optioned to the Braves’ alternate site. In their absence, the Braves are now counting on the 26-year-old right-hander with just 39 career starts before 2020, Max Fried. Fried has excelled in his role as the Braves’ staff ace since Soroka went down. He’s second in the Majors with a 1.24 ERA behind Trevor Bauer of the Reds. He’s one of only three qualified starters who have yet to allow a home run this season, along with Zack Greinke of the Astros and the Tigers’ Spencer Turnbull. Opponents are hitting just .172 against him, fourth in...
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