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    Buying a luxury timepiece for yourself or a loved one may seem a little daunting.  After all, a watch tells a lot more than time. And because of this, there are a host of things to consider when it comes to choosing the right style. What brand will appreciate over time? How much should I spend? Are certain features more important than others? Read on for answers to these questions, and more.   Watches are often a key indicator of a person's taste level and wealth. 'They are physically attached to us and become part of who we are or who we aspire to be, said James Dobias, VP of Sales for Swiss made watches Luminox and Mondaine Why wear a watch when you have a smartphone?  Watches are often a key indicator of a person's taste level and wealth.  'They are physically attached to us and become part of who we are or who we aspire to be, said James Dobias, VP of Sales for Swiss made watches Luminox and Mondaine. Sure, our phones tell us what time it is and the...
    ARSENAL legend Martin Keown has claimed he WOULDN'T take a single Tottenham player at Arsenal. The former Gunners skipper made the bizarre statement ahead of Thursday's mammoth north London derby. 2Martin Keown has claimed he wouldn't put any of Tottenham's current squad in Arsenal's teamCredit: Getty - Contributor 2The ex-Gunners skipper refused to put Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min in a combined XICredit: AP Keown played over 300 games for Arsenal in his playing days, winning both the Premier League and the FA Cup on three occasions. And clearly the red half of north London is where his loyalties still lie, after he was quizzed on what player he would take from Tottenham as an Arsenal fan. Despite Arsenal's lack of goalscorers, the 55-year-old declined to put Harry Kane in his Arsenal XI, and also turned his nose up at Son Heung-Min. Writing for the Daily Mail, he said: "It would be easy for me to name Harry Kane, but as an Arsenal man, I don't want to take anything away from my team.  Read...
    IT'S possible to get a refund at your local TJ Maxx for those items you swore you'd return ages ago but seemed to have trashed the receipts for. A former TJ Maxx employee by the name of Darcy Gerhart explained exactly how to do this. 3According to Gerhart, if you have a return but don't have a receipt, as long as you have a tag, you can take that item back to TJ MaxxCredit: YouTube/TikTok 3When you do the return they can't see how long ago you bought it, or which TJ Maxx you bought it atCredit: YouTube/TikTok According to Gerhart, if you have a return but don't have a receipt, as long as you have a tag, you can take that item back to TJ Maxx with your valid ID and get in-store credit. And apparently, when you do the return they can't see how long ago you bought it, or which TJ Maxx you bought it at. Gerhart explained that the reason you have to have a valid ID is because the retail chain keeps up with how...
    "Unfortunately, here we faced complete inflexibility on the part of the producers,” he said. “There was no way that we could seriously change the terms of this contract, and this contract was signed in a crisis situation." Niedzielski explained that Poland has triggered a clause in its legal agreement with the European Commission and Pfizer to stop taking additional vaccine doses. "At the end of last week, we used the force majeure clause and informed both the European Commission and the main vaccine producer that we are refusing to take these vaccines at the moment and we are also refusing to pay," he said. "Indeed, the consequence of this will be a legal conflict, which is already taking place," he added. According to the health minister, Poland cannot directly terminate the contract with Pfizer because the agreement is between Pfizer and the European Commission. Pfizer's contract to supply vaccine doses to Poland alone is worth more than 6 billion zlotys ($1.4 billion), with more than 2 billion zlotys spent on vaccines for 2022. In a...
    CANTON (CBS) – It’s a letter Betsy Braconi says her 19-year-old son received last Friday by priority mail, telling him the Registry of Motor Vehicles has reviewed his driving record and he needs to take a road skills test. “All he can do is reschedule the test and if he doesn’t take the test by the weekend his license is suspended,” said Braconi. The RMV claims 2,100 people received improper licenses at the Brockton office because they never took a road test, and after a two-year investigation four employees have been fired. READ MORE: Bill To Let Undocumented Immigrants Get Driver's Licenses Passes Mass. HouseBetsy Braconi says her son isn’t one of those drivers. “It’s insane because I was with him when he took it,” Braconi said. “I paid with American Express for the road test, I didn’t give anybody any money if that’s what they’re suggesting. I don’t know what they’re saying because they’re not telling anyone any details.” For two days she’s been calling a designated number for scheduling only to be put on hold....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Bay Area synagogues are participating in active shooter and other security trainings in light of this weekend's hostage situation at a Texas synagogue and similar situations in recent years across the country.Rabbi Moshe Langer says Chabad of San Francisco first began active shooter training following the 2018 Pittsburgh Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting."This is survival, life or death," said Langer.RELATED: Hostage situation at TX synagogue ends with all congregants safe, suspect deadSince then, the Poway synagogue shooting, machete attack in Monsey, New York and most recent hostage situation at a Texas synagogue have made security training continuously necessary.Rabbi Langer says they train on a yearly basis. Grants have helped cover the cost.VIDEO: Jewish community striving to 'stay strong' after Texas synagogue terrorEMBED More News Videos Raleigh Rabbi Zalmy Dubinsky says the incident was obviously frightening and horrible, but unfortunately not a first. "We still have to make sure that this type of thing never happens again, and if it does happen we're well trained and well prepared and we have to use any means necessary to...
    Dear Quentin, My mom recently passed away. I have taken care of my mom’s finances for the last 10 years. It was always her money, but I made sure all her bills were paid. She lived in her own house until about 7 months ago. She then moved in with me. She was 89 years old and could not take care of herself any longer. “ Do I need to report this to the probate lawyer? More importantly, do I need to tell my 3 siblings about the money in these accounts? ” For the last 10 years, I have taken care of paying her bills, so mom put me on all of her checking/savings accounts. My mom trusted me to take care of all her finances as well as all aspects of her life/care, and any house repairs/problems. As I am joint on her banking accounts, do I need to report this to the probate lawyer? More importantly, do I need to tell my 3 siblings about the money in these accounts? If I am...
    BOSTON (CBS) – As more people become eligible to sign up for the coronavirus vaccine, there are a some questions about what to do before getting the shot. Dr. Mallika Marshall shares some advice. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. READ MORE: Darryll Green Named Vice President and General Manager of CBS Television Stations’ Miami Properties Take a couple days off of work? If you can, take your vaccine day off and perhaps the next day, too. That’s because the vaccines can cause some side effects like headache, body aches, nausea, chills and fever. This is more common after the second dose and many people don’t have any side effects at all. But if you can take a couple of days off, you won’t have to worry about calling in sick if you’re not feeling great. Should you get a good night sleep before? Yes, get some rest. Good sleep can help boost the immune system. What about taking vitamins? I do think people...
    NFL legend Jerry Rice is arguably the greatest wide receiver to ever play the game. He caught passes from Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Steve Young while playing for the San Francisco 49ers, and he played with Rich Gannon, the Oakland Raiders' second all-time leading passer, when Rice moved across the San Francisco Bay later on in his career. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM During an interview with KGMZ-FM, a sports talk radio station in the Bay Area, , Rice was asked if he would take Montana or current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady to lead the offense in the fourth quarter with the football game on the line. Most football fans would take Brady ever since he surpassed Montana with six Super Bowl rings, but Rice is willing to bet on "Joe Cool" to win in the game’s biggest moment. "It’s a whole different era, and I would go with Montana any day because he was Joe Cool, and he was in an era where he was not as protected," Rice said. "I'm going to go...
    Amazon; Artifact Uprising; Barnes & Noble; Brightland; Dermstore; Maelove; Makku; Mario Badescu; Walmart; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider We've assembled a quiz to help you find the perfect gift for your loved ones for any special occasion.  From the outdoor lover to the techie in your life, we've hand-picked gift ideas that will work from everyone on your list. If you're looking for more ideas, check out all of our gift guides here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Subscribe to our newsletter. Disclosure: This post is brought to you by the Insider Reviews team. We highlight products and services you might find interesting. If you buy them, we get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. We frequently receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product is featured or recommended. We operate independently from our advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback. Email us at reviews@businessinsider.com.
    Brenda Pickens lost her husband, Howard, to Covid-19 in March.Source: Brenda Pickens Brenda Pickens' life changed dramatically this past spring, when her 63-year-old husband, Howard, died from Covid-19 complications.  His death, which occurred a month after the couple's 28th wedding anniversary, was something they never really planned for.  "We didn't think either one of us would be alone so early in our lives," said Pickens, 62, who also contracted the virus and spent months recovering.  With only a small life insurance policy payout and some retirement savings, she contemplated selling her home in Waveland, Mississippi, and her husband's barbershop, Fade 1, in nearby Bay St. Louis. Pickens was also furloughed from her job at a naval base barbershop.  More from Invest in You:Are you prepared? This is the financial first-aid kit you need to stockHome-rich but cash-poor? What to know about reverse mortgagesHow pandemic has upended the financial lives of average Americans These days, she's seen some temporary financial relief, including a grant from the state of Mississippi that will keep the barbershop running for about six months. However, Pickens...
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