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    Getty Zooey Deschanel and Jonathan Scott attend the Baby2Baby Gala on November 12, 2022 When HGTV‘s Jonathan Scott and his longtime love, actress Zooey Deschanel, head out for date night, they don’t go for the typical dinner and a movie. The couple prefers to dabble in magic and mystery — and they take their favorite pastime so seriously that there’s no drinking allowed.Zooey Deschanel Says She & Jonathan Scott Are ‘Kinda Pros’ at Escape Rooms GettyJonathan Scott and Zooey Deschanel kiss at the Venice Film Festival in September 2022 In an interview with Extra on November 14, 2022, about their plans for hosting Thanksgiving at their newly renovated Los Angeles home, the conversation included what they planned to drink, which led to a discussion about their favorite date night activity. Scott didn’t sound interested in cocktails or hot toddies, as the reporter suggested, and said he’s “a hot chocolatey kind of guy” while Deschanel said she prefers wine. The “Elf” and “New Girl” actress added, “I basically can’t drink hard alcohol because it’s like, it’s too fast,...
    SHOPPING: Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com will earn an affiliate commission. As we approach the holidays, you're going to get a lot more invites and that brings inevitable dilemmas about what to wear. But if you want to take all stress out of the equation, you can prepare in advance and treat yourself to an outfit that makes you look and feel so fabulous you'll never want to take it off. Meet the new Kate Galliano romper collection. KG Romper - Grey / Beige / Black  These have a premium nylon and spandex blend to feel like sportswear but give you the glam or a party outfit. The cut out back, zipper and seam detail boost the bust, trim the waist and lift the butt to increase your confidence and wow everyone you meet. Use the code welcome10 to save 10%. SAVE 10% NOW  Shop The KG rompers feature a sexy cut out back as well as butt-sculpting and...
    A performer who works on a cruise ship has revealed what life is really like on-board - from waking up to sea-views to singing four nights a week to crowds from around the world.  Rachael Hudson, from Ramsbottom, Manchester, is currently playing Pixel in The Effectors II: Crash ‘n’ Burn onboard Royal Caribbean’s Wonder Of the Seas.  The singer revealed what a typically day looks like for her at sea and admitted she has to start her day with a cup of Yorkshire tea because 'home comforts are so important when you are away.' The star performs four nights a week during the cruise, alongside other duties such as fire drill and safety related roles, but she still manages to get off and explore new destinations at ports.  She told FEMAIL: 'What other job allows you to tick so many boxes? Travel, do what you love and earn money, all while making some very special memories and friends along the way.' Rachael Hudson, from Ramsbottom, Manchester, is an entertainer on the worlds largest cruise ship Wonder Of The Seas  On most days Rachael wakes...
    For years I considered myself a bad sleeper. It’s something I’m not very good at, like physics, cryptic crosswords and dealing with difficult trades­people. Sleep is not in my skillset.  And, understandably, there are negative connotations with this line of thinking. Like a perennial yo-yo dieter, convinced that all of life’s problems would disappear if only they were a stone lighter, I’ve spent a sizeable part of my adult life telling myself I’d be a much better mother, wife, daughter, sister, employee, boss, runner, cook and poker player if I could get that magical eight hours of uninterrupted shut-eye a night.  The truth is, since having children — both now in their 20s — I rarely get more than six hours. I can get by on four or five, as long as I haven’t drunk any alcohol the night before. I haven’t set an alarm clock for more than 25 years, apart from for early flights (when I’m usually awake anyway because I’m so nervous/excited).  I tend to sleep in batches: retiring between 10pm and 11pm and sleeping solidly until...
    When Dr Anne Anderson sat at her computer on a March evening last year to host one of her usually well-received lectures, she was relieved to see that about 50 people had signed up for her online chat on Scandinavian design. Her previous talk, delivered in conjunction with the Arts Society, had been a different story: with the nation gripped by the broadcast interview given by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to chat show host Oprah Winfrey, in which they accused the Royal Family of racism and wrongdoing, Anne had struggled to attract double figures. With that in mind, 65-year-old Anne cracked a joke, saying that she hoped attendance would be better now she didn't have to compete with the 'dreaded Meghan'. It was the start of a brief, good-natured exchange with subscribers in which the academic observed that 'you couldn't turn the television on without some person of a colourful' (by which she meant excitable) 'disposition having a moan about something'. It didn't seem to Anne that anyone was upset by this view at the time. 'The interesting...
    New York (CNN Business)Starting in May, MSNBC's highest-rated star Rachel Maddow will be hosting her 9 p.m. Eastern show just one day a week — on Mondays — while she pivots to other projects for parent company NBCUniversal.The new schedule has an end-of-an-era feel for MSNBC, since so much of the channel has been built around Maddow for more than a decade.CNN reported last August, when Maddow signed a new multi-year deal, that she planned to shift from daily to weekly programs.Sources said she would be moving to more of a weekly format in 2022 — but MSNBC and Maddow did not confirm it at the time.Then, in January, Maddow announced a "hiatus" from her prime time show so that she could work on other projects, like podcasts and potential TV dramas.Read MoreNBC News journalists vexed by MSNBCs move to hire White House press secretary Jen PsakiThis tracked with the portrayal of her new contract back in August: A production arrangement across NBC, like a news business version of the entertainment showrunner deals that have proliferated across Hollywood.Maddow returned from...
    BOSTON (CBS) — It looks like the Bruins will be without one of their top blue liners in Friday night’s tilt against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Defenseman Hampus Lindholm was not part of the team’s morning lines and will likely miss the game due to an injury. Lindholm suffered that injury — termed a lower body injury —  in the second period of Tuesday night’s loss to the Red Wings when he collided with Detroit forward Pius Sutter. He grabbed his left leg after the collision and did not return to the game. READ MORE: The Latest News On Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski Is A Bummer In New EnglandThe 28-year-old did not take part in Thursday’s practice or Friday’s morning skate in Tampa, with Mike Reilly taking Lindholm’s spot next to Charlie McAvoy on Boston’s top defensive pairing. Head coach Bruce Cassidy did say Thursday that Lindholm may be cleared to play, and we likely won’t know if he’s in or not until right before the puck drops shortly after 7 p.m. AM lines: Marchand-Bergeron-DeBruskHall-Haula-McLaughlinFrederic-Coyle-SmithFoligno-Nosek-LazarBlidh-Studnicka Reilly-McAvoyGrzelcyk-CarloForbort-CliftonBrown UllmarkSwayman — Fluto Shinzawa...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – This weekend is perhaps the most universally disliked weekend of the year – it’s the weekend we all lose an hour of sleep as we spring forward to Daylight Saving Time. The cons can be serious and the pros last from now until fall. READ MORE: Beaver Area School District Postpones Scheduled SAT TestingA lot of people agree, they wish that we could just stay in DST, keeping more daylight into the evening. Our bodies feel the same, not just mentally, but at a cellular level. “These cells can get out of whack,” AHN sleep specialist Dr. Daniel Shade said. Dr. Shade said the Daylight Saving Time effect goes just beyond fatigue and feeling sleepy. “The sleep deprivation itself by losing an hour can cause an increase in an accident,” he explained. “We’ve seen on the day after we switch to Daylight Saving Time, the risk of heart attack and the admissions for heart attack goes up by about 25-percent on that Monday after we switch.” While it may seem on...
    Batman, never a day person, is plunged into perpetual night in Matt Reeves’ nocturnal, nihilist, neo-noir take on the Caped Crusader. Reeves’ three-hour-long “The Batman” includes plenty of action, character introductions, gadgets and other various superhero accoutrement. But it is no extravaganza. This “Batman” is a morose mood piece, soaked in shadow and rage, that has stripped the comic’s archetypes down to abstracted silhouettes and grubbily human characters. If Jim Carrey’s Riddler were to wander into this movie, he would fit in about as well as Bugs Bunny in “Taxi Driver.” Scorsese’s movie, with Travis Bickle sneering at societal collapse, was a prominent influence on Todd Phillips’ muddled “Joker,” but it may be more so for “The Batman,” which likewise rests on the precarious psychology of its DC protagonist. Robert Pattinson’s is a young Batman, relatively new to the gig and suffering mightily from the nightly battles with Gotham’s most depraved. A feeling of helplessness consumes him, and a sense that he can never stem the tide. “It’s a big city,” he says in the movie’s opening. “I...
    Playboy founder Hugh Hefner was a 'vampire' who manipulated and drugged dozens of young women into taking part in degrading orgies, while masquerading as a champion of sexual freedom, according to a shocking new documentary.    'Secrets of Playboy', a 10-part docuseries premiering on A&E on January 24, is set to lift the lid on the 'dark underbelly' of Playboy, which became a seedy playground for drug use, sexual abuse, and even bestiality.  The series delves into the hidden truths behind Playboy with exclusive interviews with insiders, including Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriends Holly Madison and Sondra Theodore, as well as former 'Bunny Mother' PJ Masten.  Theodore, now 65, reveals how there was group sex at the mansion five nights a week, which 'broke me like you'd break a horse.'  Hefner would also host weekly 'Pig Nights' during which he would he would bring in a dozen 'ugly' prostitutes to have sex with his friends.  New A&E docuseries, Secrets of Playboy, lifts the lid on the 'dark underbelly' of the Playboy Mansion and founder Hugh Hefner Hefner, who launched the first edition of...
    Kanye West's rumored new flame Julia Fox penned a short article about her first two dates with the rapper, which included a trip to New York City. Detailing their 'instant connection' after meeting in Miami on New Year’s Eve to Interview Magazine, the actress, 31, described the 44-year-old Grammy winner's generosity and 'fun' energy.  'He had me and my friends laughing, dancing, and smiling all night. We decided to keep the energy going and fly back to New York City to see Slave Play,' she gushed.  Romantic: Kanye West's rumored new flame Julia Fox penned a short article about her first two dates with the rapper, which included a trip to New York City; seen together on Tuesday night in Greenwich Village View this post on Instagram A post shared by Interview Magazine (@interviewmag) The Uncut Gems star continued: 'Ye’s flight landed at six and the play was at seven and he was there ON TIME. I was impressed. After the play we chose to do dinner at Carbone which is one of my favorite restaurants.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    WHEN Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge first met, on a boozy night out in December 2010, both were battered and bruised by fame. Saturdays singer Frankie, 32, had just been through a messy and painful break up with McFly’s Dougie Poynter, in the full glare of the spotlight. 6The two love birds have always been there for each other, even during their darkest moments. Footballer Wayne, 41, meanwhile, had seen his own love life splashed over the papers the year before. “They’d both been through the mill,” a source close to the couple told Fabulous. “They both recognised that in each other. When they met, they already felt connected.” From their very first date, the pair have been inseparable. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED They married in 2014, and have two children, Parker, eight, and Carter, six. Now, as Frankie prepares to confront her worst fears in this year’s I’m A Celebrity, we take a look back at their relationship and find out what makes it tick. Most read in LifestyleROYAL SNUB...
    FORGET a glitzy showbiz event surrounded by her Hollywood peers, Halle Berry would rather be in the front row at a UFC fight night. The Oscar winner, 55, is a huge fan of the sport, pal of Dana White, and grew up watching boxing as a kid. 10Hollywood A-lister Halle Berry is one of the UFC's most famous fansCredit: Getty 10UFC president Dana White and Halle Berry are palsCredit: Getty But it's MMA that really holds her attention, admitting if she wasn't an actress it could have been a viable career path for her to follow. Halle recently oversaw a tense weigh-in between Rose Namajunas and Zheng Weili ahead of UFC 268, where she was later seen in the Octagon holding a belt. It's all led to her passion project - directing a new Netflix film called Bruised - which she stars in as a fallen MMA star. ENGLISH BOXING Berry was born in Cleveland, Ohio to English mum Judith Ann from Liverpool. As a child, she was engrossed by British boxing which fuelled her desire to see a good scrap....
    WHEN Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge first met, on a boozy night out in December 2010, both were battered and bruised by fame. Saturdays singer Frankie, 32, had just been through a messy and painful break up with McFly’s Dougie Poynter, in the full glare of the spotlight. 6The two love birds have always been there for each other, even during their darkest moments. Footballer Wayne, 41, meanwhile, had seen his own love life splashed over the papers the year before. “They’d both been through the mill,” a source close to the couple told Fabulous. “They both recognised that in each other. When they met, they already felt connected.” From their very first date, the pair have been inseparable. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED They married in 2014, and have two children, Parker, eight, and Carter, six. Now, as Frankie prepares to confront her worst fears in this year’s I’m A Celebrity, we take a look back at their relationship and find out what makes it tick. Most read in LifestyleMEG IT...
    Listen to the full conversation on our podcast “Beyond the Fame.” toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP's Jason Fraley previews Paula Poundstone at The Birchmere (Part 1) After nearly two years of a devastating pandemic, you have to laugh to keep from crying. Comedian Paula Poundstone finds the humor at The Birchmere from Friday to Sunday. “I’m counting the minutes; I love The Birchmere,” Poundstone told WTOP. “I mostly work theaters, there’s like four clubs I work in the country and The Birchmere is one of them. … There’s something about just being in The Birchmere, I feel like I’m standing among the notes of the musicians who have been there. … The audience is so much fun.” She says the D.C. audience is always smart, cultured and ready to laugh. “I do the time-honored, ‘Where are you from? What do you do for a living?’ They’ll say, ‘I’m a social worker, I’m a teacher, I’m a plumber,’ but I know they’re all CIA,” Poundstone said. As such, you can bet Beltway politics will make their way...
    The tree is not the thing. It’s the sugary lead up to Christmas, with its dizzying array of cookie exchanges, chocolate advent calendars and pies galore, that makes Jewish kids young and old feel left out during the holidays. Foil-wrapped gelt just doesn’t quite compare. In the Bay Area, Jewish foodmakers are whipping up classic and wildly creative treats to make sure this year’s Hanukkah options go beyond not-particularly-chocolatey chocolate coins. Restaurants like Meso in San Jose and Pomella in Oakland are offering spiffed-up versions of sufganiyot. Bad Walter’s Bootleg Ice Cream, also based in Oakland, is crafting Hanukkah flavors like Rolling in Gelt, made with dark chocolate and olive oil. And OMG! Yummy’s Beth Lee of San Jose has a new cookbook with dozens of sweet recipes to make your house — for once — the envy of the neighborhood this holiday season. Mica Talmor, chef-owner of Pomella, the Israeli-California eatery on Piedmont Avenue, is offering two Hanukkah sweets: a gorgeously gourmet doughnut filled with strawberry and raspberry jams from Oakland’s Donut Savant, and her own citrus-tinged Ricotta Fritters,...
    GRAEME Edge, the drummer with legendary band the Moody Blues, has died, aged 80 The English musician was a co-founding member of the group, famous for hits like number one Go Now and Your Wildest Dreams. 1Graeme Edge, the drummer with the Moody Blues, has died aged 80Credit: Reuters He had retired from touring in 2018 and was the only original band member to remain the band since they were founded in the mid-1960s. In 2018, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Moody Blues also hit the charts with classics like Nights in White Satin and Days of Future Passed. They had a break from 1974 to 1977, but the original members were still together at the time of Edge's death. Most read in EntertainmentExclusiveMAJOR KRIS-IS Kris in 'crisis' as Kylie 'may lose millions' from brands after tragedyExclusiveBANKS FOR NOTHING Banksy artwork worth £10m destroyed by Christopher Walken during filmingGETTIN' JIGGY WITH IT Will Smith boasts he had sex with wife Jada 'multiple times a day'KEEPING KIM HAPPY Kim, 41, is 'FALLING' for Pete,...
    lepetitefetefl/Facebook "It's two girls who love Taylor Swift and who are really friends," says Courtney Gibson of Le Petite Fete, " and who just want to drink White Claw and sing with you." As far as "elevator pitches" go, this one really drills down to the communal celebrations at the heart of Orlando party promoters Le Petit Fete — the duo of Gibson, CEO, and Caitie Phillips, CMO — currently selling out nightclubs all over Florida and beyond with their Taylor Swift tribute nights. You Need To Calm Down: A Taylor Swift dance partyFriday, Nov. 12, 9 p.m. Sold-out.Orpheum, 1915 E 7th Ave., Ybor CityJoin the waitlist via lepetitefete.com From an inaugural event at the Neon Beach bar in downtown Orlando this summer to sequels at Soundbar, road trips to Miami and Chapel Hill, and upcoming dates in Tampa and a return to Orlando later this month, it's been a series of sell-out crowds. And total mayhem and surrender to the siren song(s) of one Taylor Swift. Dubbing one of the events "You Need to Calm Down" now seems like a...
    ONE woman has revealed that her boyfriend has a problem with her hosting girls night, accusing her of being sexist for not allowing him to join. Attempting to maintain her regular friendship meetups, the woman's boyfriend of just a few months has insisted that he be included. 1The woman is hurt by her man's commentsCredit: Getty Frustrated, the girlfriend took to Reddit to ask readers if she was being unreasonable for wanting time alone with her girlfriends. Posting on the Am I the A*****e forum, she said: "So I've been seeing this guy "Will" 27M for months now. He's so sweet and funny and creative." "He called and asked what we will be doing on Friday and I said I wanted to host a GNI since it was my turn. He asked what the heck was a GNI, I said a girls night in and he got quiet then asked if I was being serious." The woman's boyfriend got very annoyed with her saying that hosting such an event is so outdated, "so 1950s", and that it was "flat...
    BEFORE every night out, us girls face a crucial decision - either commit to taking a coat to the club and putting it in the cloakroom OR brave the cold and go without. Naturally, we always opt for the latter and over the years we've got pretty good at dealing with the freezing temperatures. 4Scientists have revealed why women generally don't feel the cold on nights outCredit: Getty Well it turns out, there's actually a scientific explanation behind this. In August, the British Journal of Psychology published a new study titled "When looking 'hot' means not feeling cold: Evidence that self-objectification inhibits feelings of being cold". Posting on her TikTok account, one of the study's co-authors Roxanne Felig explained how they were intrigued by the Cardi B lyric: "It's cold outside but I'm still looking like a t****** because a h** never gets cold." Roxanne explained: "So basically, it seems like what Cardi was saying was that she was too focussed on how she looked and what she was wearing to feel cold. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS...
    Getty Zooey Deschanel and Jonathan Scott are photographed together in 2020. “New Girl” star Zooey Deschanel and her boyfriend of two years, Jonathan Scott, seem to be getting into the Halloween spirit. On October 23, Deschanel posted pictures of the couple at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights on Instagram. Zooey Deschanel & Jonathan Scott Attended Halloween Horror Nights Together  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Zooey Deschanel (@zooeydeschanel) Deschanel’s post consisted of two photos. The first image showed Deschanel, who was wearing a hat adorned with cat ears, and Scott standing in front of the Universal Studios logo sphere. The HGTV personality smiled brightly and wrapped his arm around his girlfriend as she looked adoringly at him. Universal Studios performers, known as “scareactors” surrounded Deschanel in the following photo.  Scott was quick to comment on the post.  “I love bein yer ‘squeeze’ [heart-eyes emoji],” asserted the “Property Brothers” star.  Scott also shared a secondary message in the post’s comments section.  “And thankfully no Nick Punch Moments [crying-laughing emoji],” wrote the 43-year-old. Scott’s comment seemed to be...
    PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (CBS) — Pennsauken High School is taking action to keep football fans safe. They are moving Friday night’s home game against Highland to Saturday at noon. It comes after fights at the stadium last Friday night. That caused Pennsauken’s game against Camden to end early. READ MORE: Police Searching For Missing Autistic Teen Alex Molder, Last Seen In Gloucester Township“It looked like a regular brawl like oh my God, I can’t believe this is going on. I was kind of in shock,” parent Will Acrey said. “I seen punches get thrown toward the back of the end zone.” Pennsauken’s superintendent said in a letter, “the actions of a few created havoc and unrest for the entire community.” READ MORE: Bucks County DA Offers $1,000 Rewards For Information In 3 Unsolved Bristol Township KillingsOfficials say Friday night games will return next year. Earlier this month, Monsignor Bonner and Archbishop Prendergast Catholic banned fans, citing a concern for the potential for altercations. MORE NEWS: New Jersey Health Officials Say State 'Prepared' For Moderna, J&J COVID-19 Booster Shots Once They're ApprovedCamden...
    AN EXHAUSTED mum who was forced to 'live off caffeine' when her restless tot became unable to sleep has revealed the unlikely item that solved the dilemma. Claire Brown says she only managed two hours' sleep per night for four months as her four-year-old Jamie began struggling to drift off, leaving her 'looking like a zombie' and desperate for a solution. 5Claire Brown was at her wits end when her son Jamie refused to sleep at nightCredit: Kennedy News 5Just two hours of sleep had left the mum "looking like a zombie"Credit: Kennedy News 5That is until she purchased a 99p melon for Jamie, who immediately took it to bed where he drifted off instantlyCredit: Kennedy News However, when the toddler became strangely attached to a melon she bought from Aldi, the 31-year-old gave in to his demand to take it to bed, leaving her to stumble upon a 'eureka moment' that ended her sleepless nights for good. A picture she shared last month shows Jamie lying on his side sleeping peacefully facing the yellow fruit he affectionately named Mel....
    Delivery isn’t a thing at The Battery in Tampa, Florida, but there is a to-go window for takeaway nights.thebatterytpa/Instagram Its spring opening turned into an early fall one, but The Battery—a new concept from the people behind Seminole Heights’ C House—is now open at Sparkman Wharf in downtown Tampa’s Water Street district. The Battery, located at 615 Channelside Dr., soft opened on Sept. 16 and has been serving menu items like a Berkshire chop, charcuterie boards and fine bourbon ever since. Other offerings include steak and potatoes, wings and stuffed jalapeños, and the lobster mac and cheese. The Battery places an emphasis on “fine bourbon” and “exquisite wine,” but also has a full-service bar. So, if you're not in a whiskey mood, you can swing for different cocktails like “Hello, Gorgeous!” made with tea-infused vodka (sourced from The Main Ingredient), St. Germain’s elderflower liqueur, honey, lemon juice and a rosewater spritz. Happy hour specials are to be expected, but specifics are coming next week, according to the concept’s Instagram. The 4,000-square-foot stand-alone location (nope, not a shipping container like other...
    The Woketard Olympics are officially a ratings catastrophe and are getting more catastrophic by the day. On Wednesday, the NBC Olympics’ telecast broke an all-time low of 14.6 million viewers. Then, on Thursday night, that record was broken again by an all-new low of just 13.3 million viewers. In a country of 330 million-plus, fewer than five percent tuned in, lol. Thursday night was a 42 percent drop from the Summer Rio Games in 2016. Wednesday was a 34 percent drop. These are breathtaking numbers, an astonishing failure, especially when you’re talking about a one-year delay of the Games caused by the China Flu, which should’ve boosted anticipation. Not to mention the fact that a lot of people are still staying home due to the virus. Aaaaand, on top of all that, the Woketard Olympics can now be watched everywhere due to NBC’s streaming and online services. It should be noted that these awful, horrible, humiliating numbers do include the numbers across all viewing platforms, including streaming. There is no excuse for these numbers. None. There is a reason, though...
    GLAMPING sites costing up to £2,000 for three nights are “more Chernobyl than Champneys”, say livid punters. Cloud Nine says its three boutique pop-up venues running over the summer holidays offer the “ultimate family escape”. 7Cloud Nine glamping at the Bathurst Estate near Cirencester, Gloucestershire But visitor Rob Knights, 42, said he feels “totally misled”. The NHS worker, who paid nearly £1,000 to stay at the Norfolk site for four nights with his wife and three kids, said: “They sold you a dream and it just didn’t come true. “There are no bespoke cocktails. The food offerings consisted of a fish and chip van and overpriced mac and cheese stand. “It was £6.50 for a pint of beer — you wouldn’t pay that in a five-star hotel let alone a field. 7One punter told The Sun there was just one sink for people to do their washing 7Hot tub and bubbles in brochure, less inviting on site "There was no zip wire or fairground. And there was one sink for people to do their washing.” Simon Wilson, who owns a...
    BOSTON (KGO) -- The cartoon captain of a beloved children's cereal wants to take you to sea for free.Cap'n Crunch cereal is holding a contest where you can live like the captain, on his house boat, for two nights.People can enter online through Sunday, August 1. Sometimes to be the Capn, you gotta live like the Cap’n. Learn how to enter for a chance to win a stay aboard my Capns Quarters. https://t.co/ds4Khxe5CH pic.twitter.com/rohgaVQrT8— Capn Crunch (@RealCapnCrunch) July 28, 2021And if staying on a boat stocked with sugary cereal and snacks isn't enough, the winner will also receive $2,000.The only catch is you'll need to pay your own way to get to the boat in Boston.
    Make Tub Time More Fun with These Fizzy Bath Bombs for Kids Top 2021 NHL unrestricted free agents © David Crotty/Getty Images Jessica Alba and Cash Warren. David Crotty/Getty Images Jessica Alba got married 13 years ago when she was nine months pregnant. She and her husband, Cash Warren, were committed to date nights, but in time that slipped, she said. Alba said she was growing alongside her family and keeping the lines of communication open. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After 13 years of marriage, even Jessica Alba struggles to keep the spark alive, especially while raising three children. "It's all rosy for 2 1/2 years. But then after that, you become roommates," Alba said this month on Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt's Instagram show, "Before, During, and After Baby." "You're just going through the motions. You have the responsibilities. It's a lot of, like, checking the boxes, right?" she said. Alba has been married to Cash Warren since 2008. They tied the knot when Alba was nine months pregnant with her daughter Honor, now 13. On...
    NAPA (KPIX) — While the Delta variant is leading to a spike in coronavirus cases, Napa Valley hasn’t seen it have much impact on tourism. Many restaurants and wineries are booked and are turning people away. Wine is flowing in Napa Valley as tourists from far and near are visiting the region. KPIX talked with one group that just arrived from Austin, Texas. “It was a little scary. It was our first trip. We wore a mask, took a deep breath and ended up here,” said Rachel Edmondson. While an increase in COVID cases has some people concerned, wineries such as Ghost Block haven’t seen a decrease in visitors at all. “We’ve had to turn down some people since we are understaffed, like the whole valley,” said Luis Toscano with Ghost Block Wines. In fact, at Ghost Block Wines, visitation is comparable to harvest season. Reservations are required at least a couple weeks in advance. “Everything was booked,” Edmondson said. “I booked everything and I can say it was busy,” said Rachel Luckcuck from San Clemente. In downtown Napa, Napa...
    (CBS4)– Simply put, most of us do not get enough sleep. Whether it’s stress, busy schedules, or the inability to stay asleep, there are a number of reasons we aren’t catching enough Zs. (credit: Getty Images) Even though some people can operate on just a few hours of sleep, it’s important to get 7 to 9 hours of rest. That’s what we’re biologically designed to need, says CBSN Denver Health & Wellness Contributor Erica Ballard. READ MORE: Bear Beats The Heat In Cool Water In Roxborough State Park “When we don’t get that, things happen to our body,” Ballard said. “Sleep helps us stay healthy.” For those who think they can make up for lost sleep during the workweek over the weekend, think again. Ballard explained sleep studies show we only have a 24-hour cycle to do that. (credit: Getty Images) “What’s really important about getting sleep is, think about a cell phone charger,” she told CBSN Denver’s Kelly Werthmann. “There are wires in the middle which are like our nerves, and around it is a special coating. That’s like...
    A LITTLE girl was left red faced after smothering herself in lipstick to look like her favourite cartoon character.  Isabella Sheppard, four, became inspired while watching Five Nights at Freddy’s with elder sister Rosie, seven, after nursery. 4Isabella, four, was left red faced trying to look like Foxy from Five Nights at Freddy's 4The youngster's parents could scrub off the lipstick After spotting her beloved Foxy the red fox on screen she nabbed Rosie’s red lippy and plastered it all over her face. The youngster dashed downstairs to show off her new look to mum Natalie - before bursting into tears when she saw her stunned reaction. Hilarious pictures show Isabella’s face completely bright red following her prank shortly before 2pm yesterday. Trainee beautician Natalie, 26, desperately tried to wipe it off with make-up remover and wet wipes before dad Sam Lawrence, 30, put her in the shower. But despite hours of scrubbing the £5.99 Sleek Say It Loud lipstick at their home in Burntwood, Staffs., it’s still stuck in her eyebrows. Isabella - who has a teddy of the...
    More On: sports media WFAN has a replacement for Mark Chernoff NHL announcer called out for on-air suicide reference WNBA rookie says her mom ‘loved’ being hit on by Shaq during live TV interview ESPN legend out after 27 years The drama exploded right next to Megan Olivi. Serving as the reporter for UFC 261, Olivi tried to intervene as her ESPN colleague and former UFC heavyweight and light heavyweight champ Daniel Cormier got into a heated confrontation with YouTube star, amateur boxer and professional provocateur Jake Paul. “I was right next to it, and I was trying to stop him [Paul], like, ‘Come on dude, sit.’ But what am I going to do?” Olivi told The Post, while discussing her new podcast, “Becoming A Fighter.” “I was right next to him and I clearly had no physical abilities to stop it from happening,” It was all part of a hectic card on April 24 that also included Chris Weidman’s gruesome leg injury — a compound fracture of his right tibia and fibula — which he sustained...
    Hollywood actress and Goop wellness company founder Gwyneth Paltrow, whose net worth is estimated at $150 million, says she ate bread and drank alcohol “seven nights a week” in order to cope with quarantine protocols implemented in response to the coronavirus. “During quarantine, I was drinking seven nights a week, and making pasta, and eating bread, like, I went totally off the rails,” Paltrow said during an interview on the Smartless podcast. “I mean, who drinks multiple drinks seven nights a week? Like, that’s not healthy.” The Avengers: Endgame star was drinking, as she put it, “too much,” to cope during quarantine, while millions of Americans were thrown into economic uncertainty as states ordered businesses to close, leaving millions of Americans left to rely on unemployment benefits to get by. The Goop founder also clarified that she remembered going to bed every night, adding, “I’m not, like, black-out.” In February, after noting that she had been suffering from the coronavirus, Paltrow told fans that a “functional medicine practitioner” said to her that she should engage in an “intuitive fasting” program to help her get over the virus....
    AS the face of Capital FM, I’m A Celebrity finalist and son of two pop stars, Roman Kemp has met plenty of celebrity caners. The DJ and telly host has access to some of the biggest parties in town and a phone book packed with A-list pals. But he admits today he can’t compete when it comes to hitting it hard. 10Ronan Kemp with pal Justin BieberCredit: Capital radio Talking as Bizarre’s guest editor, Roman, 28, says nobody comes close to pal Justin Bieber — despite his dad Martin Kemp and godfather George Michael being among pop’s most infamous party boys. Recalling nights out with Bieber, Roman says: “Without a doubt, he was the wildest. He’s grown into a very different young man now. He’s a lot more serious and focused. “But around his Purpose album (in 2015) when he was in London, I have never seen anything like that in my life — and I thought I’d seen a lot. It went on for three weeks, every single night. “He came on to the show, we chatted and because...
    FANS are begging the WWE to reconsider reverting back to a single seven-eight hour show for WrestleMania 38 next year. Because of the pandemic, the last two editions of the popular event have been spread over two separate nights, rather than all in one go. 4Vince McMahon has been urged to keep the two-night formatCredit: Getty The changes appeared to go down well with many fans, as they were able to split up watching the 14 matches into two sittings. Amid plans for the WWE to revert back to its old format, fans online have cried out for that not to be the case. One wrote: "Nobody wants to see 7 hours boring show again. This year's mania best since WM 31. 31 last non seven hours WM." And another added: "Ffs we’re back to 6-7 hour shows…" A third commented: "2 nights is the way to go. I’m sorry." And a fourth opined: "If they want to do just one night for next year, then it has to be 7-10 matches. Nothing more. We don’t need another 12 hour...
    TALLADEGA Nights actor Houston Tumlin “suffered from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder” from his time in the army before he tragically committed suicide, as his father described his late son as a “great man.” Houston, 28, died by a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on Tuesday afternoon at his Pelham, Alabama home.  15Houston Tumlin passed away on Tuesday from a self-inflicted gunshot woundCredit: Facebook 15Houston's father, Craig, described his son as a 'great man'Credit: Facebook 15Houston starred in Will Ferrell's comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky BobbyCredit: Getty Images - Getty In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Houston’s father, Craig, who described his son as “outgoing” and “loved” by all, revealed he struggled with depression and PTSD following seven years in the army.  He told The Sun: “He loved his country and his family. He served in the Army for seven years. He had PTSD and depression. “When he was in Korea, he had depression. He had hurt his leg and chest. They offered him out or to stay in Korea for two more years, but he...
    LUCY Mecklenburgh admitted she "built up resentment" as her fiancé Ryan Thomas slept through their son Roman's disturbed nights. The 29-year-old shared a post detailing the struggles of sleep deprivation for new mums. 6Lucy Mecklenburgh opened up about her sleep deprivationCredit: Instagram/lucymeck1 The ex Towie star said that she 'wished she had known the physical and mental impacts' of not getting enough shut eye in the first six months of motherhood. The star has been opened about her lack of sleep after Ryan recently joked that when he's on baby duty he usually lets his wife sleep in, but Lucy is an early riser. The reality star took to social media to share the informative post titled "no one told me that sleep deprivation would...". The post listed some of the affects of not getting enough shut eye, including: "bring up resentment because my partner is getting more sleep" and "cause irritability when my child wakes throughout the night." 6The reality star shared this post opening up about the effects of no sleepCredit: Instagram/lucymeck 6The reality star said she 'wished...
    Sony’s State of Play livestream showed off a host of games coming to the PlayStation 5, including a creepy horror game called Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach. This game is part of the Five Night at Freddy’s franchise, which is based around the horror of Chuck E. Cheese-esque environments full of murderous animatronics. Security Breach is being developed by Steel Wool Studios, who were behind Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted. This looks like the largest addition to the franchise yet, as it takes place inside a shopping mall, and the trailer showed off a few environments: a Freddy Fazbear’s pizza parlor, a mini-golf course, and a kids’ playground. It also looks like there’s a strong narrative element, with mysterious figures taunting the protagonists, one of whom is a mall security guard. The game was announced in August 2019, and players have found ARG-style messages hidden in a promotional website’s code leading up to the lore of the final game. Security Breach will arrive on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Windows PC sometime in 2021; there is no...
    WHEN will we be free to see who we want, when we want, where we want and do whatever we want with them? That is the question everyone is still asking. Another question that might be worth posing is this: Are we really as ready to be free as we think we are? ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 9After a year of quiet nights in, will a crowded night out ever feel safe enough?Credit: Getty Images - Getty 9What I wouldn’t give now for a little rub of someone’s elbowCredit: PA:Press Association I often used to meet a mate for an early pint in a local pub. Seems a rather quaint idea now. Sometimes the pub would be deserted, other times it would be packed, with not a seat to be had. Either way, we’d go on in. I now wonder how long it will be before I will feel entirely comfortable going into a rammed pub like that. I think it will be a good while yet, probably long after the rules have changed....
    CHARLOTTE Dawson has been praised by parents for her "transparent" post about struggling to breastfeed newborn son Noah. The 28-year-old, who welcomed her first baby last month, opened up about "the pain and sleepless nights" of getting to grips with the feeding routine. 8The star opened up about struggling to breastfeed her sonCredit: Instagram/charlottedawsy Reality star Charlotte, the daughter of late British comedian Les Dawson, told her followers she felt "rewarded" for persevering with breastfeeding. The mum-of-one, who shares baby Noah with fiancé Matt Sarsfield, was showered with praise by fans for the "honest" post. Alongside photos and clips from the past month, Charlotte explained how she's developed a "magical bond" with her son since the birth. "I've been breast feeding for nearly 4 weeks now and I'm feeling so proud as the health visitor weighed our cherub yesterday," she began the post. 8Charlotte opened up about her breastfeeding journeyCredit: Instagram/charlottedawsy 8She told followers it had been "painful" and she "almost gave up"Credit: Instagram/charlottedawsy "Obviously mamas doing something right with her udders - but...
    How did you sleep last night? The chances are, not very well. At times of increased anxiety or financial stress, if your routine has been disrupted or you’ve drunk more booze then is normal, then a good night’s rest is the first thing to go. It’s no wonder, then, that the coronavirus has made insomniacs of us. A survey commissioned by sleep scientist Dr Guy Meadows at The Sleep School reported that 42 per cent of its 3,000 respondents think their sleep has worsened since the pandemic began. More than half said they were now ‘dissatisfied with their sleep’, citing ‘work worries’ as the main reason. Other studies report even higher figures. According to the British Sleep Society, about three-quarters of us have seen a change in sleep habits since we first heard the word ‘coronavirus’, and less than half are getting refreshing sleep. Four writers reveal how they're dealing with Covid-­somnia, as it's revealed 42 per cent of people have had worse sleep since the pandemic (file image) On social media, traffic is increasing at night as hashtags such as...
    Epic Games The crossovers have been coming almost nonstop in Fortnite Season 5 and we’re already setting our sights on yet another one. Most recently, we’ve seen Snake Eyes from the G.I. Joe series show up in the game, in a crossover that we imagine not a lot people saw coming. Although there hasn’t been any more official information from Epic themselves, we do have additional information from leakers that could potentially prove to be a clue into who the next character is. According to Fortnite leaker Lucas7yoshi, there’s an audio pack in the files that could be our big clue about the next crossover. Here’s the breakdown.Five Nights at Freddy’s? late. but: 7 running audio files were in the encrypted pak for snake dude code name is FrenchFry. seemingly it is the code name for an upcoming skin/set. Sometimes code names work like FrenchFry -> FF (initials) -> Fortnite Fourth so you can kinda guess what it may be pic.twitter.com/vBYKDhxPF3 — Lucas7yoshi – Fortnite Leaks (@Lucas7yoshi) January 31, 2021 There is something with...
    Mike Blake | Reuters Hershey saw a strange pattern emerge in the early spring. Sales of Hershey's milk chocolate six-packs spiked online and in stores well ahead of Memorial Day, the typical kickoff to summer camping trips and backyard gatherings. S'more season started early and continued for months, Chief Growth Officer Kristen Riggs said Thursday at a virtual conference hosted by the National Retail Federation. "It was the biggest s'mores season we've ever had," she said. Families made the treats in the backyard to break up monotony during the pandemic. In parts of the country with higher Covid-19 rates, she said Hershey saw a 40% to 50% increase in sales of those milk chocolate packs versus other areas. The s'mores surge is an example of the growth opportunities that the snack and confectionary company sees as consumers spend more time at home and try to create occasions during the global health crisis. Riggs said it wants to take part in new traditions like family movie nights, suggest recipes that include its candies and cater to customers who want a tasty...
    OK. So maybe it isn’t such a terrible idea to keep the Garden empty. Oh, yes, this is the flip side. It’s been easy to get caught up in what the Knicks have done across the first 10 games of this season. Many nights they have been worth the price of admission: hungry, resilient, fun to watch, easy to root for, delivering unexpected victories, providing unanticipated hope. Then there comes a night like Sunday night, paired with a night like Friday night, and it’s a cold bucket of water falling off a tall building. The Nuggets came in and rolled the Knicks 114-89 two nights after Oklahoma City beat them, and for all the nights in the early stages of this season when it seemed like such a terrible calamity that fans couldn’t be there to bear witness, this weekend it felt like those same folks had been spared. As had the Knicks. At least they could suffer in silence. “We’re not playing well,” Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau said, “and we have to fix it.” The Knicks aren’t playing well,...
    This The Office Actor Is Set to Make $1 Million From Cameo Appearances in 2020 The big differences between Costco and Costco.com Bill Belichick absolutely lives for nights like tonight This is the online version of our morning newsletter, The Morning Win. Subscribe to get irreverent and incisive sports stories, delivered to your mailbox every morning.  © Provided by For The Win Bill Belichick isn’t one to wear his emotions on his cutoff sleeves (unless he’s having a disagreement with a ref) but you have to think underneath the blank stare of his he can’t wait for tonight when his Patriots face the Rams. Why? Well, it’s pretty easy to figure. He lives for this stuff. Belichick’s Patriots were left for dead earlier this season when they sat at 2-5 after losing four straight games for the first time since 2002. The wolves were circling, yelling about how Belichick was nothing without Tom Brady and how the Patriots, as we knew them, were done. Now, however, the Patriots are 6-6 and back in the hunt for a playoff spot in the AFC....
    Southern Oregon confronts its problem with racism after fatal November shooting of Black teen Aidan Ellison CDC to recommend shorter Covid-19 quarantines Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Courtesy of Mindy Kaling/Instagram Adult acne is normal — even if you’re a celebrity! And like Us, stars have a steady supply of pimple patches and acne-targeting treatments in their vanities. Stars Without Makeup: See Stars Going Makeup-Free and Loving It! Read article Over the years, we’ve seen more and more celebs normalizing their skin struggles on social media. That includes big-name influencers like Ingrid Nilsen, supermodels like Taylor Hill and Hollywood actors like Dakota Fanning. After all, everyone’s prone to breakouts. As much as we love seeing our favorite A-listers rocking a full face beat, it’s much more exciting to...
    Jackie Goldschneider is making the most of her time at home this holiday season. The “RHONJ” star told Page Six Style that while she usually spends the holidays in Miami with her husband, Evan, and their four children, Jonas, Adin, Hudson and Alexis, she’s excited to make new memories in New Jersey. “I’m just really looking forward to relaxing and not having the pressure of any plans and not packing,” Goldschneider, 44, said. “I’m trying to see the bright side of being home. It was a busy summer. We were working a lot, and I’m really looking forward to just getting into comfortable clothing every day and watching movies with the kids and decorating the house. Even though we’re Jewish, we decided to decorate this year with festive decor.” The star said she brought her two younger children to HomeGoods and Pottery Barn to stock up on seasonal throw pillows, accents and more. “We bought a Hanukkah wreath. We bought what you could call a mini Christmas tree, or ‘Hanukkah bush.’ We got lights. We got snow globes. We just...
    Emily Lampi has relied on Zoom calls to form relationships within her sorority. Emily Lampi Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the traditional college experience has been upended for students across the US, and "normal" college activities have halted.  Greek life, which is predicated largely on social interaction, looks different. Major events have been postponed, canceled, or moved online. But at many colleges, including the University of Florida, Greek life is still happening. UF sororities and fraternities have now welcomed their newest batch of members. Freshman Emily Lampi is justifying the cost — which can range from $900 to $3,500 — by celebrating the small positive moments that have happened and focusing on the long-term reasons she joined. Still, she finds herself questioning the cost. "It's hard to justify, especially when I'm sitting in my room on a Zoom call with them," she told Insider. "Am I really paying this much money to sit on a Zoom call?'" You can find all of Insider's stories from college freshman here. If you're a student with a story to share, get in...
    Small-capacity live concerts are happening all over town this weekend. Float Like a Buffalo plays two nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this weekend, while Dragoneer hosts Beer with the Deer tonight and tomorrow at the Larimer Lounge. Enjoy the pop stylings of Liptruce at the Oriental Theater, the crooning of Mary Louise Lee at Nocturne and so much more. Here's our list of the weekend's best music picks. Beer With the Deer Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11, 7 p.m. Larimer Lounge, 2721 Larimer Street $12 to $60 Members of local psychedelic blues act Dragondeer and friends host a night of beer, songs, sonics and vinyl on Larimer Lounge's open-air patio. This socially-distanced hang includes song stretching, sonic exploration and vinyl records from funk to punk. Related Stories Red Rocks 2020 Isn't Over Yet; Float Like a Buffalo Announces October Gig See It: Liptruce's New Music Video, "You Think You're Hollywood" Members of Holdfast Drop Out of CSU to Pursue Their Musical Dreams Marijuana Deals Near YouJazz ConvergenceFridays in October, 6:30 & 9 p.m. Nocturne, 1330 27th Street $20Jazz Convergence, which...
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