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Experts say wildfire smoke can make people more susceptible to COVID-19

As wildfires continue burning across Southern California, medical experts are warning that smoke inhalation can weaken the immune system and make people more vulnerable to respiratory infections, including the novel coronavirus. The Centers for Disease Control says wildfire smoke can irritate the lungs, cause inflammation, and make a person more prone to lung infections, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. In Southern California, the South Coast Air Quality Management District ...
Tags: Europe, Usa, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, CalFire, Local News, Emilia Romagna, Southern California, Northern Italy, Lombardy, Washburn, Martinez, Centers for Disease Control

Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin says James Rodriguez can help push for Europe & titles

Dominic Calvert-Lewin tells Leon Osman he is excited to be playing alongside James Rodriguez, and believes the Colombian can help Everton compete for European football this season.
Tags: Europe, Football, Everton, James Rodriguez, Leon Osman, Dominic Calvert Lewin

European football round-up: What's happening in Serie A, La Liga, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga

As Europe's major leagues return to action for the new season, BBC Sport take a closer look at what to watch out for.
Tags: Europe, Football, Bbc, La Liga Ligue

How to watch Serie A, Italy's top soccer league, when the new season begins on September 19

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Serie A Serie A, Italy's premier soccer league, will begin its 2020-21 season on September 19. Juventus, the defending champions, will play their season opener on September 20 in a game against Sampdoria. You can watch most Serie A games exclusively through the ESPN+ streaming service.ESPN+ costs $5.99 a month or $49.99 per year for the annual plan.Read more: All your questions answered about the E...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Disney, US, NFL, Trends, Italy, Nba, Juventus, Ufc, Espn, Hulu, Fiorentina, Lazio, Sampdoria, Espn Deportes

New Balance Release “Ignite Hype” Pack

New Balance are back with a new pack and story in the Furon v6 and Tekela v3 silos. Not long after dropping Night Heat, NB has created the Ignite Hype Pack. Arriving in cobalt, team royal and dynamite, the new drop marks the moment that young players breakthrough onto the pitch and start creating their own hype. Perfect timing as soccer action is set to return right across Europe. Adding to the spice of the release, New Balance has also created a personalized version of Furon v6 for Sadio Mané....
Tags: Europe, Senegal, Sport, Soccer, Latest, New Balance, New Release, New Balance Furon, Furon, New Balance Tekela, Night Heat NB

These stars of fall flower gardens are starting to appear for sale in nurseries

There is a Chinese proverb that says: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” This is a metaphor for doing something without further delay, even if it could have been done 20 years ago, since it is never too late to embark on a new venture and there is no time like the present to start. However, this proverb is not meant to be taken literally since although China, like the USA, has areas with mild winters, it also has Alaskan style winters in certain region...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, Usa, China, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, South Africa, Amsterdam, San Diego, Holland, Iceland, Mediterranean, Hgtv, Southern California

Scottish clubs in Europe quiz: Test your knowledge of Euro calamities

Find out how much you remember about Scottish clubs' European football collapses as Rangers prepare to face up to one of Celtic's recent conquerors.
Tags: Europe, Football, Celtic, Rangers

After lockdowns lead to an e-bike boom, VanMoof raises $40M Series B to expand globally

E-bike startup VanMoof, has raised a $40 million investment from Norwest Venture Partners, Felix Capital and Balderton Capital. The Series B financing comes after a $13.5 million investment in May. The funding brings VanMoof’s total raised to $73 million and furthers the e-bike brand’s ultimate mission of getting the next billion on bikes. The Series B funding will be used to meet the increased demand, shorten delivery times and build a suite of rider service solutions. It also aims to ...
Tags: TC, Europe, Balderton Capital, Japan, Tech, Supply Chains, Bicycles, Cycling, Transport, North America, Felix Capital, Balderton, Vanmoof, Norwest Venture Partners, Norwest, North America Europe

Daimler AG to pay $1.5 billion to settle emissions cheating probes

By MICHAEL BALSAMO and TOM KRISHER | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Automaker Daimler AG and subsidiary Mercedes-Benz USA have agreed to pay $1.5 billion to the U.S. government and California state regulators to resolve emissions cheating allegations, officials said Monday. The U.S. Department of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency and the California attorney general’s office say Daimler violated environmental laws by using so-called “defeat device software” to circumvent emissions testing a...
Tags: Transportation, Europe, Business, News, California, Washington, Germany, Environment, Cars, California News, Sport, Soccer, Vw, Associated Press, Epa, West Virginia University

A Chelsea Concerto ~ Frances Flaviell

Knock me down with a feather, how on earth have I ended up here? Who knew I would even walk past the wartime shelf, let alone want to read about London in the Blitz of 1940. But one of you (thank you) mentioned Furrowed Middlebrow in comments, and in my quest in recent years to try and keep up with current fiction I had completely forgotten about them and their imprint Dean Street Press. In the blogendipitous way that often happens, I then had an email from them with news of the publication of ...
Tags: Europe, Books, England, London, Britain, Chelsea, 2020, South London, Red Cross, Churchill, Anderson, Warsaw, Penelope Fitzgerald, Elizabeth, Sunday School, George

Germany's premier soccer league, the Bundesliga, will begin its new season on September 18 — here's how to watch live on ESPN+

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Pictured: Borussia-Park, home of Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach. Reuters The Bundesliga, Germany's top soccer league, will begin its 2020-21 season on September 18 with a match between FC Schalke 04 and FC Bayern Munich. ESPN will stream the entirety of the Bundesliga 2020-21 season through the ESPN+ streaming service.Select games, including the season opener, will also be broadcast on the...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Germany, Disney, US, Trends, Fox, Munich, United States, Champions League, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Espn, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea FC, Schalke

Ancelotti targets European spot for Everton

London (AFP) – Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has set his players the minimum target of qualifying for Europe this season after they finished a lowly 12th in the Premier League in his first season in... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Europe, London, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Everton, Carlo Ancelotti, Afp, AFP Everton

Aouar or Partey? Which player Arsenal could choose

As we enter the final weeks of the transfer window, clubs from all over Europe are being linked with players on seemingly an hourly basis. Two names that, however, have been continuously linked with Arsenal... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Europe, Sport, Soccer, Arsenal, Leagues: EPL

Don't Take Me Home

THE RED DRAGONS' 2016 MIRACLE IN FRANCEWales is a backwater. It sits on the edge of the UK and almost on the edge of Europe. It was founded by Celts fleeing the invading Anglo-Saxons. Its name means 'strangers' in English, 'compatriots' in Welsh (Cymru). It has not been a sovereign nation since 1282.Psychologically, it is relatively insular. For that reason its language has thrived despite the [Author: [email protected] (Unknown)]
Tags: Europe, UK, Wales, France, Sport, Soccer, Euro 2016, Chris Coleman, Gareth Bale, John Charles, Sean O'Conor, Wales Fifa ranking, Welsh football

Premier League: the top-four hopefuls

London (AFP) – Arsenal and Tottenham are desperate to stake their top-four claims this season after missing out on the Champions League, with Leicester and Wolves also hungry for a seat at Europe’s top table. ... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Europe, London, Sport, Soccer, Tottenham, Leicester, Afp, AFP Arsenal

Premier League clubs forget coronavirus crisis in transfer splurge

London (AFP) – Just five months after Premier League clubs consulted their players about taking a 30 percent wage cut, the English top-flight is again blowing Europe’s other top leagues out the water when it... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Europe, London, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Afp

A steel-and-glass observation deck that sits 10,000 feet in the air on top of a glacier in Italy just opened to the public — take a look inside Otzi Peak

Ötzi Peak, designed by noa* architecture studio, opened to the public in August. Alex Filz A brand new 360-degree-view observation deck that sits 10,600 feet in the air on a glacial ridge in the Italian Alps just opened to the public. Called "Ötzi Peak," the steel and glass structure looks out over the place where Ötzi the Iceman, one of the world's most famous mummies, was encased in ice for thousands of years. Ötzi Peak is a stone's throw from Glacier Hotel Grawand, one of the highest h...
Tags: Europe, Mountains, Design, Life, Trends, Features, Architecture, Unesco, Austria, Skiing, Italy, Alps, Views, South Tyrol, Glacier, Otzi

Covid-19 Trends and Early Season World Cups: An Update

With the ever-evolving nature of the pandemic, two months out from our article titled “Covid-19 Trends and Early Season World Cups“, we thought it an appropriate time to review Covid-19 trends in Europe. If the International Ski Federation chooses not to modify Period 1 and Period II on the World Cup, Finland, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy will host already calendared events. In early June, when we first examined Covid-19 in those countries, the overall trends in terms of community spr...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Uncategorized, Sport, Racing, Skiing, Italy, World Cup, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, Fis, Central Europe, International Ski Federation, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Swizterland

Mark Webber On Superstar Racing Experience: ‘Motorsports Fans In For A Real Treat’

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Tags: Europe, Australia, Porsche, Cbs, Only CBS, CBS Sports, Nascar, Mark Webber, Jeff Gordon, Ray, Helio, Tony Stewart, Knoxville, Jimmie Johnson, Webber, Ray Evernham

‘Mulan,’ once a sure thing, becomes a problem for Disney

By Christopher Palmeri, Shirley Zhao and Lucas Shaw | Bloomberg It was supposed to be another $1 billion blockbuster for Walt Disney Co. — a live-action remake of a 1998 animated hit featuring an all-star Asian cast, breathtaking cinematography and plenty of martial arts. Instead, the new “Mulan” is proving to be a political hot potato, reflecting the U.S.’s fraying ties with China, and the choices companies face when operating in the highly politicized, but lucrative environment that is modern-...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, Business, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Minnesota, Congress, California, China, Disney, Sport, Taiwan, Beijing, Soccer, Xi Jinping

Former U.S. Men’s National team captain and Alta Loma grad Carlos Bocanegra elected to National Soccer Hall of Fame

Former U.S. men’s national team captain Carlos Bocanegra, a graduate of Alta Loma High, was elected into the National Soccer Hall of Fame, Tuesday. Bocanegra, who played at UCLA, in Major League Soccer and in Europe, is the only member in the 2020 class. He will be enshrined next year along with the 2021 class. “This is a huge honor,” Bocanegra said in a video distributed by National Soccer Hall of Fame. “I’m still a little bit surprised and I don’t like being surprised too much. It’s a huge hon...
Tags: Europe, Sports, Spain, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Ncaa, Major League Soccer, Brad Friedel, Hall of Fame, Ucla, Rennes, Lafc, Atlanta United FC, Saint Etienne, Paul Caligiuri

Oilers News & Rumors: Bouchard, Puljujarvi, Murray Trade Talk, More

In an Edmonton Oilers news and rumors update, the team has loaned a couple more players to Europe, there’s further talk regarding Jesse Puljujarvi as well as some debate about where he’d play if he returned, and the Oilers GM talks the potential of trades and when the team might make them. Who might be on his radar? Finally, there is speculation the Oilers are looking at signing a former depth player, but the question is why? Oilers Loan Bouchard and Haas to Europe The Edmonton Oilers...
Tags: Europe, London, Sweden, Toronto, Sport, Gm, Finland, Holland, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Pacific, Edmonton, Mitchell, Pittsburgh, Dallas Stars

Costa Navarino: Harmonious experiences provide foundation to a great golf season

The Dunes Course at Costa Navarino In a rare ray of light for the golf tourism industry, Costa Navarino – the prime, sustainable destination in the Mediterranean – has completed its peak summer season buoyed by occupancy rates, positive guest reviews and a Covid-secure operation that blended safety with relaxation.With Greece having been much-lauded f...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, Greece, Sport, Tourism, Amsterdam, Golf, Mediterranean, Gdansk Poland, Athens International Airport, Romanos, Bay Course, José María Olazábal, Kalamata, Costa Navarino

Tour Championship wide open as leaders falter at East Lake

Rory McIlroy and the rest of the big guns had a tough day at the office as the pack closed in and left the too-10 covered by just six shots in the Tour Championship in Atlanta.The world’s top four players - Dustin Johnson (level), Jon Rahm (four-over), Justin Thomas (one-over) and McIlroy (one-over)- combined to shoot six-over as players like Sungjae Im (64), Xander Schauffele (65), Collin Morikawa (65) an...
Tags: South Korea, Europe, England, America, Atlanta, Georgia, Spain, Sport, IM, United States, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, Dubai, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka

Koivisto fires 62 to lead by three with Galbraith six back at Galgorm

American Tyler Koivisto carded a third round 62 to take a three shot lead going into the final round of the Northern Ireland Open supported by The R&A at Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort. (Photo: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images) Teacher turned golfer Tyler Koivisto fired a sublime eight-under-par 62 to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Nor...
Tags: Europe, England, Sport, Austria, Ford, Golf, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Evans, States, Wilson, Ellis, Robb, Kearney, Galbraith, Andrew Wilson

Coronavirus: How much of the labor force is working from home and do they want to continue

More employees are working from home during the coronavirus pandemic. Will that trend continue after stay-at-home orders end? Before and after the coronavirus According to a June 2020 survey by Global Workplace Analytics, 76% of global office workers and 82% of U.S. office workers say they want to continue working from home, at least weekly, when the pandemic is over (approximately 75 million U.S. employees). But only 16% (19% in the U.S.) want to say goodbye to the office forever, with most pre...
Tags: Europe, Business, News, Labor, California News, America, Infographic, Sport, World news, Soccer, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Federal Communications Commission, Brookings Institution, Pew Research Center, U S Census Bureau, National News

Tour de France notebook: America's champ was eager to race in his stars and stripes this year. Then the pandemic hit.

With racing on pause this spring, Alex Howes, the reigning US road champion, and Spencer Powlison rode their bikes 14 hours, from Colorado to Kansas. Joey Schusler via EF Pro Cycling For a decade, Alex Howes dreamed of becoming America's cycling champion, so when he finally won the title last year, he said it was "surreal" and better than he could've imagined.But because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis, the 32-year-old from Golden, Colorado, has been left spinning his wheels with few oppo...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Colorado, France, US, Sports, America, Trends, South Africa, Cycling, Tour De France, Kansas, States, Boulder, Joey Schusler, GIRONA Spain

This Week in Photography: Visiting Houston in #2020

  Part 1. The Intro   I went to Houston six months ago. Went is the past tense of the verb to go. In Spanish, it’s ir, and in French, it’s aller. So I would say Je suis allé a Houston. Do you remember what it means to go places? To leave your home, or your town, and transport your body somewhere else, to a different city, or state, to a different culture, with a different landscape? Honestly, I kind of forget what the sensation feels like. Six months ago, I did something that was, at that point,...
Tags: Europe, Photography, New York, Texas, Colorado, California, US, America, San Francisco, Chelsea, New Jersey, Amsterdam, Portland, New Mexico, Ed, Houston

Melitina Staniouta on the Belarus protests: 'I just could not keep quiet' | Tumaini Carayol

The gymnast has joined 400 sporting figures in protesting at the re-election of Alexander Lukashenko and police brutality For numerous bitter days in early August, Belarus went dark. After the rigged presidential re-election of Alexander Lukashenko, tens of thousands of civilians took to the streets in peaceful protest, where they were met by state-sanctioned violence as the government killed the internet. Haunting stories continue to emerge of beatings directed by the government.As unrest endur...
Tags: Europe, Sport, World news, Gymnastics, Belarus, Victoria Azarenka, Alexander Lukashenko, Tumaini Carayol, Melitina Staniouta, Aryna Sabalenka

Spain deny Germany, Bale features for Wales as Nations League kicks off

Paris (AFP) – Jose Luis Gaya’s late goal gave Spain a 1-1 draw away in Germany on Thursday as the start of the UEFA Nations League marked the return of international football in Europe following... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Europe, Wales, Germany, Spain, Sport, Soccer, Paris, Afp, Uefa Nations League, José Luis Gayà, Germany Bale

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