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    THERE'S nothing worse than going to a friend's wedding and feeling super uncomfortable the whole time. But one woman claims to have come up with the "wedding guest dress hack of all dress hacks", and all it involves is shopping in a different section. 4Megan Beaudry took to TikTok to share her dress hackCredit: TikTok/@megbeaudry 4She began by showing off her cute dress for a pal's wedding - a mesh floral print numberCredit: TikTok/@megbeaudry 4She then revealed that it's actually a maternity dress, and therefore has tonnes more material around the stomach areaCredit: TikTok/@megbeaudry 4Megan admitted that the dress was "so comfortable" and meant she could eat exactly what she wanted at the weddingCredit: TikTok/@megbeaudry "I think I may have just found the wedding dress hack of all hacks," Megan Beaudry began her TikTok video. "So this dress... it’s a nice dress, nice and tight," she said of the long-sleeved rose-print dress she was wearing. "It’s a maternity dress!" she laughed. Pulling out the material on her stomach, she continued: "Look, look at how much...
    I am grateful for the interest of your Washington correspondent in “the possible” in Congress these days, as shown in her June 21 article, “As Washington opened the money spigots, Minnesota towns hired D.C. lobbyists.” No doubt municipal and corporate lobbyists add value. When I arrived in the U.S. Senate in November 1978, there were two: one for 3M and one for Honeywell. The value add was that one took me golfing in my new “home away from home” and the other offered to take me and my wife to a local show now and then. On the other hand, I hired Phil Cohen, who had been mayor of Brooklyn Center, to work in my Minnesota office full time getting my D.C. staff to do what they still can do — get projects for locals. Retired Rochester Mayor Alex Smetka came to work for me with his old Oldsmobile in which, once a week, he drove out to a different Minnesota city and visited with newspaper and radio station owners, business and professional leaders. He wrote a report for my D.C. office...
    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Inside the clubhouse at Southern Hills is a sign that proudly signals its heritage with the phrase, “First to Five.” No other course has hosted the PGA Championship as many times. This PGA Championship already feels so different from the previous four. Think back to a year ago. What would the odds have been that Tiger Woods, three months after a car crash mangled his right right leg and ankle, would be at Southern Hills; and Phil Mickelson, fresh off becoming golf’s oldest major champion, would decline to defend his title? And on the first official day of practice, when Woods played the back nine and Bryson DeChambeau contemplated an early return from wrist surgery, the Saudi-funded golf league sent out applications for its first LIV Golf Invitational series that threatens to disrupt the sport. Strange times, indeed. “It’s a bizarre situation, that’s for sure,” Viktor Hovland said. “It’s not often the defending major champion doesn’t come back to defend. … I think we all would have liked to have Phil here and tee it up...
    FARRAH Abraham shared a cryptic post about "not fitting in" after she was slammed for getting too much lip filler. The Teen Mom OG alum, 30, has faced a slew of backlash in recent weeks for appearing to overdo it with the cosmetic improvements. 5Farrah Abraham shared a cryptic post about 'not fitting in' after she was slammed for getting too much lip fillerCredit: TikTok 5The MTV star shared this quote in black text on a white backgroundCredit: instagram And Farrah hinted that the controversy is getting to her with the latest post on her Instagram Stories. The MTV star shared a quote in black text on a white background that read: "You are in a season where god is about to show you why you never fit in with the crowd! "You are chosen!!" Earlier this month, she shocked fans with her "puffy" looking lips as her followers begged her to ditch the fillers. One commented: "She looks like a balloon or a bee stung her, it's very puffy." Another shared: "Her lip filler isn't even in her...
    MINNEAPOLS (WCCO) — Major changes are coming for a well-known eye specialty hospital in Minneapolis. Allina Health says that Phillips Eye Institute (PEI) will transition its services to a different building at Abbott Northwestern Hospital which would result in a reduction of staff. For about 30 years, Dr. Keith Carlson has dedicated his life to eye care. Dr. Carlson started his career as an ophthalmologist at Phillips Eye Institute, a hospital that serves 15,000 patients a year. READ MORE: 3 More Rapid COVID-19 Testing Locations Open Tuesday In Inver Grove Heights, Wadena, Hibbing“I saw it grow from small beginnings to what it’s been over the years,” said Dr. Carlson. “It’s a place that is truly a special place.” Last August, Allina Health announced to its employees that services at Phillips Institute will move to the 5th floor of the Piper Building at the main Abbott Northwestern Hospital campus. The change will go into effect February 2022. In a statement to WCCO, Allina said the transition “will result in some reduction in staffing.” Allina said they are “working closely with employees...
    Sign up here to get our daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota delivered straight to your inbox each afternoon. And go here to see all of MinnPost’s COVID-19 coverage. This story is a collaboration between MinnPost and Sahan Journal. Eloy Bravo’s biggest passion is his kitchen, which he compares to an artist’s studio space.  There, four regular cooks work around the clock, preparing dishes from a mixture of recipes. Some come from Bravo’s own family, from the Puebla state in Mexico. Others come from friends in Minnesota. Once in a while, Bravo’s employees suggest new menu items.  But on this weekday summer morning, Bravo is working in the dining area of his Eagan restaurant, Cielito Lindo, greeting regulars with a smile or a pat on the back. He’s hoping for a busy lunch hour.  Bravo is coming off his restaurant’s toughest year out of its six years in business. During 2020, sales dropped a whopping 70 percent compared to the previous year. It was even worse during the weeks Bravo had to shut down his dining area, he said.  The...
    More On: new york islanders Denis Potvin, jersey-throwing fan save Islanders’ Game 5 watch party There is precedent for Islanders overcoming humiliating blowout Islanders can exhale after star avoids suspension How Islanders’ watch party at the Old Barn came together To the Islanders, Monday night’s 8-0 thrashing at the hands of the Lightning was just another loss they have to overcome, no matter the fashion it came in. The Isles looked like a shell of themselves in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup semifinal series, borderline a different team than they’ve been throughout the entire playoffs. There was no structure, minimal discipline and zero offensive drive, which resulted in the Islanders’ most lopsided loss in franchise playoff history — and easily the worst defeat of the Barry Trotz era. But Trotz has been preaching to his players that the journey to something as rewarding as a chance to compete for the Stanley Cup doesn’t always happen the way you envision it. It’s how the team reacts to facing elimination in Game 6 on Wednesday night at Nassau Coliseum that...
    Conservative "The View" host Meghan McCain dressed down California Gov. Gavin Newsom's handling of the coronavirus pandemic in his state Tuesday, telling him "I'd much rather live in Florida than California right now." "News outlets like the AP have pointed out Florida and California have virtually identical case rates even though California had strict rules and Florida essentially has been wide open," McCain said. "Florida also has a booming economy, a booming real estate market, and much lower unemployment rate than California, 4.8 percent compared to 9 percent. I also have to point out California has the lowest percentage of kids in schools and the seventh-worst mortality rate. I'd much rather live in Florida than California right now. How do you explain that?" Newsom said Florida and California were "very different in every way" and blamed some of the case numbers in his state on population density, noting Los Angeles' far-greater population concentration than Miami, part of the largest metropolitan area in Florida. AS CUOMO SCANDALS GROW, DESANTIS GETS 'SECOND LOOK' FROM MEDIA OVER FLORIDA COVID RESPONSE "I'm not here to critique other states, quite the...
    During an interview with Univision on Friday, President Joe Biden stated that he hopes and expects the migrant facility in Texas that was used during the Trump administration “won’t stay open very long,” and that what his administration is doing is “much different” from kids in cages because there are people helping the children. Biden said, “What I can confirm is there’s over — right now, there’s thousands of immigrants — thousands of unaccompanied children coming across the border. We’ve been able to place a significant number of them in licensed facilities throughout the country — shelters throughout the country. But what happened is, in Texas, they opened up one, one that was a former one used in the administration — the last administration. Our hope and expectation is that won’t stay open very long, and that we’ll be able to provide for every kid who comes across the border safely to be housed in a facility that is licensed. And what we’re trying to do, and we have literally hundreds of people doing it now, connect them with families...
    The Yankees’ twin behemoths might look less gigantic this year. On purpose, with the purpose of keeping them on the field more. Eric Cressey, the Yankees’ director of player health and performance, told the YES Network’s Meredith Marakovits in an interview that aired Thursday night, that Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, at his direction, chose a road they hadn’t traveled previously in their offseason conditioning. “Both of those guys took a dramatically different approach this offseason from what they’ve previously done,” Cressey said. “I’d say in both cases, they lifted less than they have in the past.” Judge totaled 130 regular-season games out of a maximum 222 in 2019 and 2020, and Stanton clocked only 41, as the two men each spent multiple stints on the injured list with an undesired blend of strains and sprains. Cressey added: “Aaron in particular has taken a heavy interest in a lot of yoga. We’ve had a great instructor in Dana Santas who’s come in and helped out at our spring-training complex. Not just Aaron, but Luke [Voit] and Mike Ford and Thairo...
    President Trump hedged on the efficacy of mask-wearing as a protective measure against the coronavirus and said he would leave his pandemic response largely unchanged, in an interview set to air on dozens of local television stations. "Some people don't like it scientifically," Trump said of wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of coronavirus, a protective measure by his advisers and by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance. Trump spoke in clips released by Sinclair Broadcast Group of its interview by correspondent Eric Bolling. The event, which was taped in the Rose Garden, also included questions from audience members. Mask wearing has become a political flashpoint, with critics charging that Trump has failed to lead by example. Returning from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center this month, where he was hospitalized for treatment of the coronavirus, Trump ripped his mask off while standing on a White House balcony as staffers stood in the entry behind him. And Trump, in an interview with Bolling this summer, said, in a potentially conflicting message, "Do what you're supposed to do,...
    Cooking with hemp might not be as alluring as making weed edibles, but it's much more healthy and sustainable in the long term. And as government restrictions loosen and public knowledge of hemp grows, so does the plant's nutritious legend. Rich in protein, fiber and good fats, hemp is quickly becoming a regular part of plant-based dishes and diets, and has even gained the annoying "superfood" moniker. But how are we supposed to eat it? Shadi Ramey found herself wondering the same thing five years ago. Already a chef for a decade by 2015, she knew how to infuse food with cannabis (she still teaches private cannabis cooking classes), but incorporating hemp into a healthy diet was entirely different. After immersing herself in hemp cooking and even growing the plant for herself, the Boulder-based Ramey has developed a full set of recipes featuring hemp seeds, hearts, oil and protein, among other hemp-based ingredients. Her favorite meals at the moment? Hemp heart tabbouleh, hemp-mushroom chili and hemp-crusted mushroom tacos. You'll soon be able to cook Ramey's favorites and more hemp eats...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Playoff baseball is back at Wrigley Field, but because of COVID-19, fans are not. As CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported, it is yet another strange moment in a growing list of them this year. The Cubs lost Game 1 of their playoff series 5-1 to the Miami Marlins. But win or lose, Cubs fans are not shy about pouring their love for the team onto the streets. Yet, Clark and Addison streets and Waveland and Sheffield avenues were relatively empty Wednesday, just like the Friendly Confines that have anchored that iconic square block since 1914. So fans have no choice but to get creative. They’re still awaiting balls that might fly out of the stadium toward Waveland Avenue. “We’re ready to go,” said amateur ball hawk Christopher Sorley. “We’ve got our gloves, lawn chairs, ponchos, sweater, lunch here.” And of course, they had face masks too. In every way, these are no ordinary playoffs. “Sixty games, 30 home games, now the playoffs – just a weird and unbelievable season,” said Freddy Fagenholz, general manager of Murphy’s...
    (CBS Local)– Conspiracy theory groups have been ever present during the history of the internet, but few have cut through the mainstream worlds of politics and media like QAnon. The far-right group of conspiracy theorists have gained steam in a world where facts are questioned like never before. QAnon is the focus of “60 in 6” on Quibi correspondent Laurie Segall’s latest piece. RELATED: ‘It’s Another Level Of Storytelling & Excellence’: Seth Doane, Wesley Lowery, Laurie Segall, Enrique Acevedo On CBS News/Quibi’s ’60 In 6′ The new joint venture between CBS News and the mobile-streaming service Quibi features weekly 6-10 minute reports, features and profiles that are geared toward a younger mobile audience. The stories are produced with the same feel that viewers are accustomed to seeing every Sunday on “60 Minutes,” the only difference is that the stories are only available on the mobile app Quibi. While Segall has covered many fringe internet groups before, QAnon feels different to her for a few different reasons. MASPETH, NY – NOVEMBER 18: Laurie Segall speaks onstage at Girlboss Rally NYC 2018 at...
    MIAMI (AP) — Josh Boyer is such a fan of football history that he can remember when the Miami Dolphins’ defense was good. One of those times was the early 1970s, when Bill Arnsparger was the defensive coordinator and Miami won back-to-back Super Bowl titles. Boyer, the Dolphins’ rookie defensive coordinator, has read the late Arnsparger’s instructional book and long admired his predecessor’s work nearly a half-century ago. “I’m really privileged just to talk about having the same position that that guy had,” Boyer said. “It’s a pretty big deal to me.” The Dolphins haven’t had a Super Bowl championship defense since Arnsparger. Boyer’s job is to build such a unit — or at least a defense that can help Miami win a playoff game for the first time since 2000. It has been a decade since the Dolphins ranked in the top 10 in the NFL in yards allowed. Over the past five seasons they’ve given up an average of 377 yards per game, more than any other team. The first chance to judge any progress made by Boyer...
    Southwest Airlines removes autistic boy and his family over face mask Taco Bell fans rush to order potatoes one last time before the chain eliminates 12 beloved menu items this week The Masters are being held in November, and the iconic Augusta National course is going to look much different © Getty Images / Andrew Redington Augusta National Golf Course is home to The Masters. Getty Images / Andrew Redington After being postponed for the coronavirus pandemic, The Masters will be held in November, without fans. Augusta National will look much different in the fall than it does in the spring. While Augusta National becomes dry and brown in the summer when the course is closed, in the fall, it still sports beautiful foliage. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Masters is back on. Augusta Nationa Golf Course announced on Wednesday that it will host The Masters in November after postponing the tournament in the spring for the spread of the novel coronavirus. The tournament will be held without fans. When the tournament does take place,...
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