At least we have Virtual Chelsea. And some stamps.

It’s legendary. It’s the largest in the world. And this year the Chelsea Flower Show is virtual, so possibly accessible to all of us! I say possibly because I’m still not entirely sure how it’ll work for us North Americans. The Royal Horticulture Society, which puts on the show, announced that from May 18-23, it’ll “share videos and articles from regular Chelsea exhibitors on its website.” Monday 18th May will be Members’ day, showcasing exclusive RHS Chelsea content for RHS members only. 19th-...
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Fitness instructor’s free pilates classes bring Woodland Hills neighborhood together

“Keep your hands on your face to keep your spine aligned,” certified pilates instructor Sylvia Lewis told her five students as they did their best to follow those instructions while lying on their stomachs in Lewis’ Woodland Hills front yard. When the COVID-19 pandemic closed the gyms where she teaches, Lewis decided to give back to her neighborhood by offering free classes twice weekly in her Walnut Acres-area front yard. She fashioned some homemade signs and started a thread on the
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Photos: Drive-through parade honors teachers in Reseda

Teachers and staff got a surprise visit from their youngest students and their families — via drive-by parade — at Kirk O’ The Valley School in Reseda on Thursday, May 14. The campus’ closure during the coronavirus pandemic had kept them apart for more than 60 days. Teachers waved and blew kisses as families slowly paraded by in decorated vehicles. After 60 days of not seeing their teachers during the pandemic, families of tots and preschoolers hold a surprise drive-through parade in lieu of...
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Breaking down Raiders' eight 2020 NFL undrafted free-agent signings

Can one of these eight players crack the Raiders' 53-man roster?
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Roob's never-too-early 2020 Eagles predictions

From Jalen Hurts making an impact as a runner to a career-best year for Brandon Graham, Reuben Frank makes his never-too-early predictions for the 2020 Eagles.
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Golfers stumble on perfect invention for coronavirus era

At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is decimating the economy, the inventors of a new golf ball retrieval contraption are raking in business. 
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Lawyers: Witnesses say Baker, Dunbar didn't commit robbery

Lawyers for Deandre Baker and Quinton Dunbar said Friday that witnesses signed affidavits maintaining that the two NFL players took no part in an alleged armed robbery on Wednesday night in Miramar, Fla. Arrest warrants were issued Thursday for Dunbar, a cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks, and Baker, a cornerback for the New York Giants. Baker, 22, faces four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.
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Return to live racing at Santa Anita is big hit with bettors

In the first live racing at Santa Anita in nearly two months, the card pulled in $11,207,076 in wagering compared with $3,944,391 on March 20, the last Friday there was racing.
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Chabad of the Valley uses day of respect, Lag B’omer, to say thanks to hospital workers

Chabad of the Valley was highly keen on celebrating Lag B’omer,  a lesser-known Jewish holiday of unity, love and respect. So, Chabad organizers put together a humble but meaningful procession — a car parade — to celebrate last week and gave thanks to hospital workers on the frontlines of Covid-19 at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center. “These staff work tirelessly for the health and safety of our community,” said Rabbi Yanky Kahn, of the Chabad. “We hope and pray that this terrible p...
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Spencer Dinwiddie trying to raise nearly $25 million in Bitcoin, will let fans choose next team

Fans may end up getting to choose where Spencer Dinwiddie plays next.
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Democrats push new $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill through House

By ANDREW TAYLOR and ALAN FRAM WASHINGTON — Democrats powered a massive $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill through the House on Friday, an election-year measure designed to brace a U.S. economy in free fall and a health care system struggling to contain a pandemic still pummeling the country. The 208-199 vote, with all but one Republican opposed, advances what boils down to a campaign-season display of Democratic economic and health-care priorities. It has no chance of becoming law as written, ...
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Sick inmates and their advocates fear deadly coronavirus infections

Riverside County Public Defender Steve Harmon, at lower left, said during a virtual town hall meeting on May 13, 2020, that he’d like to see the release of some jail inmates with underlying medical conditions that could make them susceptible to contracting the novel coronavirus. (Brian Rokos, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Nelson Clark Sims says he’s frightened. He is jailed at Cois M. Byrd Detention Center in French Valley, where the vast majority of the early novel coronavirus infections of inm...
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German football returns under intense scrutiny

Berlin (AFP) – Football in Germany returns to the pitch on Saturday as the Bundesliga becomes the first of Europe’s top leagues to swing back into action since the coronavirus lockdown. The German Football League... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Senior Living: Telemedicine — how primary care physicians connect with patients in a coronavirus world

By Dr. Thomas LaGrelius Contributing writer In normal times, I see many patients every day face-to-face in the office. Now, I still see two or three — but I do see many on a screen. I look at photographs and videos of their rashes and injuries, discuss their fears and anxieties, give and take information and make plans for future in-person visits when we all get out of quarantine someday. Dr. Thomas W. LaGrelius Of course we have sent our patients newsletters about the pandemic, and staff ca...
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Soboba Casino Resort to reopen May 27

Soboba Casino Resort near San Jacinto announced Friday, May 15, that it would reopen its casino and some of its amenities as of noon Wednesday, May 27. According to a statement on resort’s website, the complex’s gaming floor, two of its bars and three of its restaurants will reopen, but the hotel would remain closed. For the reopening it will implement new health and sanitation standards. Sign up for our Casino Insider newsletter and get the week’s best bets for food, entertainment and fun at S...
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Where to find Frankfurt vs. Gladbach on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Frankfurt vs. Monchengladbach on US TV in the Bundesliga, you’ve come to the right place. For viewers in the US, Frankfurt vs. Monchengladbach will be... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Taulia Tagovailoa transferring from Alabama to Maryland

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Taulia Tagovailoa, a backup quarterback at Alabama behind star brother Tua Tagovailoa, is transferring to Maryland.
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Lewandowski ‘fitter than ever’ for Bundesliga restart

Berlin (AFP) – Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski says he is fitter than ever ahead of Sunday’s Bundesliga clash at FC Union Berlin and taking advice from World Cup record-holder Miroslav Klose. The 41-year-old Klose,... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Player divide threatens Premier League’s restart plan

London (AFP) – The Premier League’s bid to restart the season in June is in danger of being derailed by a heated debate between players about the risks of playing amid the coronavirus crisis. While... Visit for the rest of the story.
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NFL owners to vote on whether to allow Rams to borrow $500 million more for SoFi Stadium

On Tuesday, NFL owners will vote whether to give the Rams the chance to borrow $500 million more than previously approved for the construction of SoFi Stadium.
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Mike Smith, fellow horsemen, welcome Santa Anita’s return to racing

Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith checked into Hotel Santa Anita on Friday, eager to ride nine horses this weekend as racing returned to the Arcadia track for the first time in 54 days. Jockeys are required to live on Santa Anita’s grounds while riding as part of the strict protocols management adopted in order to receive clearance from the Los Angeles County Health Board to resume racing. Minus spectators and owners, Santa Anita was back racing Friday for the first time since March 22 after being ...
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Former Alabama QB Taulia Tagovailoa, brother of Tua Tagovailoa, transferring to Maryland

Taulia Tagovailoa, the younger brother of recent top-five NFL draft pick Tua Tagovailoa, is transferring from Alabama to Maryland.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Where to find Dortmund vs. Schalke on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Borussia Dortmund vs. Schalke on US TV in the Bundesliga, you’ve come to the right place. For viewers in the US, Borussia Dortmund vs. Schalke... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Ex-LeBron James teammate Channing Frye calls Michael Jordan just a scorer in embarrassing take

The LeBron-stan is strong with this one.
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UCLA narrows athletic director search, decision expected within days

As the halfway point of May officially arrives, UCLA’s search for a new athletic director is approaching its final steps with a decision expected to be announced within days. According to reports last week, UCLA was down to a handful of finalists before reaching a top two of UNLV’s Desiree Reed-Francois and Boston College’s Martin Jarmond. On Friday, Mark Anderson of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Reed-Francois had removed her name from the search. A former graduate of UCLA, Reed-Francois...
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Purell’s claim to combat disease spurs lawsuits

By Bob Van Voris and Gerald Porter Jr., Bloomberg Everyone’s favorite hand sanitizer may have to stand trial for claiming it can stop you from getting sick. A trio of lawsuits has hit Purell’s maker, Gojo Industries, since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency on Jan. 30. The coveted alcohol gel doesn’t live up to its promises, according to the suits. The litigation is brewing as U.S. states begin to ease their social-distancing lockdowns — and...
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Dolphins planning to open Davie facility on Tuesday — without coaches and players

Coaches can't participate in the reopening until every city with an NFL team reopens.
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Little Leagues not giving up on the season, despite being interrupted by coronavirus pandemic

As Major League Baseball and its players strategize about returning in a way that preserves health and salaries, there are conversations ongoing about getting another group of ballplayers back on the field — Little Leaguers. Young ballplayers are sitting at home, too, their games on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic that’s disrupted life — including sports, at every level — around the world. On April 30, Little League International made the call to cancel this year’s World Series and Regi...
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If NFL teams are rewarded in draft for hiring minorities, shouldn't Miami Dolphins benefit?

NFL owners will hear two proposals to increase opportunities for minorities, including one that would improve draft position. With minorities already in place as coach and GM, the Dolphins should seek to be rewarded.
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