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The 6 best mineral sunscreens for all skin tones, backed by dermatologists

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Mineral sunscreens are ideal for sensitive skin types and protect the skin against UV rays. We talked with two dermatologists about what to look for in an effective mineral sunscreens. CeraVe is a standout skin-sensitive brand, and its is our top pick. Sunscreen is a must anytime you're going to be in the sun, but it's important to pick the right type for your skin and your lifestyle. While most traditional bottles are chemical-based sunscreens, thes...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Outdoors, New York, Life, Trends, Features, Buying Guide, New Jersey, Fda, Uva, Skin Care, Sunscreen, Northeast, Skin Cancer Foundation, Downie


Driver Killed After Crashing Into Tractor Near Denair Wasn’t Wearing A Seatbelt, Officers Say

STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities say a driver who was killed in a crash near Denair early Thursday morning was not wearing a seatbelt. The crash happened just after 6 a.m. near the intersection of E. Keyes and Downie roads. California Highway Patrol says it appears that a tractor was making a wide right turn on E. Keyes Road, partially entering the westbound lane. An approaching driver in a pickup truck then clipped the left side of the tractor, causing the pickup to head northwest unti...
Tags: Local, Syndicated Local, California Highway Patrol, Stanislaus County, Downie, Denair, Keyes, Keyes Road, Denair News


The 4 best humidifiers we tested in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Low humidity in your home can cause issues like dry skin and activate asthma symptoms. A good humidifier should increase humidity levels efficiently and be easy to use and clean. Our top choice is the Honeywell Designer Series since it's simple and effective. As someone who grew up in the arid desert landscapes of New Mexico, I know all too well the hazards that come with low humidity levels, from chapped lips to waking up with a sore throat. When I moved ...
Tags: Reviews, Home, Shopping, Trends, Siri, Tech, Features, Brooklyn, Buying Guide, Colds, Flu, Appliances, Epa, New Mexico, Dyson, RH


We asked experts which exfoliators work best for every skin type - these are the 10 they recommend

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Dermalogica; Dermstore; Drunk Elephant; SeSpring; Ulta; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider If your skin looks and feels dull, a facial exfoliator might be just what your skin is craving. We spoke with two experts to figure out what to pay attention to when picking a good exfoliator. We also asked our experts and the Insider Reviews team to highlight their go-to face exfoliants.There are so many potential steps in ...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Shopping, Women, Trends, Features, Beauty, Buying Guide, Skin Care, Ross, Environmental Working Group, Buying Guides, Bha, Porter, Paula, Ulta


Motley Fool: Home Equity a ‘Surprising’ Source of Retirement Income

While Americans have a multitude of potential options and avenues they can use to fund their life after completing a career, many Americans — including current seniors — often find themselves unprepared for retirement. This is why it may be necessary to seek out less traditional sources of retirement funding, and one such potential source could be home equity. This is according to a new article published at financial news and information website the Motley Fool. “Unfortunately, not everyone c...
Tags: Featured, Retirement, Finance, Downie, Motley Fool, Ryan Downie


Posthumous Album From The Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie Out Next Month

In October of 2017, after a long and genuinely moving public farewell, Gord Downie, frontman of the Tragically Hip and Canadian national hero, died of brain cancer at the age of 53. Reading a statement about Downie's passing, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau broke down crying. Since Downie's death, there has … More »
Tags: Music, News, Justin Trudeau, Downie, Gord Downie, The Tragically Hip


How an Automated Mistake by Apple Killed All of a Mac Developer's Apps

Long-time Slashdot reader philml writes: Popular Mac developer Charlie Monroe woke up to find that none of his users could run his software. Instead, Mac OS was giving a message saying that it "will damage your computer". Monroe described the ensuing hassle in a blog post titled "A day without business." In a later update he added that Apple "has called and apologized for the complications. The issue was caused by my account being erroneously flagged by automated processes." But 9 to 5 Mac de...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Slashdot, Monroe, Downie, Charlie Monroe, Popular Mac, Instead Mac OS


Reporting Sexual Harassment: A New Professional Duty for Lawyers?

Sexual harassment in the legal profession is a serious problem. Anecdotal accounts abound, and empirical data reveals sexual harassment among lawyers to be a significant issue.[1] While the experiences of those subjected to sexual harassment are diverse, there is no doubt that, collectively, the impact on the wellbeing and careers of victims is profound.[2] Professional conduct rules explicitly prohibiting sexual harassment have been in place for roughly 30 years. The enforcement of these rules ...
Tags: Law, Canada, New Zealand, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Legal Ethics, Craig, Columbia, Downie, Semple, Noel Semple, Alice Woolley, Elaine Craig, Erin Cowling, Shawna Sparrow, New Zealand Working Group


Akim Aliu’s Account of Racism Pushes Hockey to Search Its Soul

After an article by the former N.H.L. player was published, various hockey players, fans and other stakeholders committed to reckoning with a culture they say cannot be fixed from the top down.
Tags: News, Ice, Black People, Hockey, Babcock, National Hockey League, Cherry, Mike, American Hockey League, Subban, Hazing, Downie, Akim Aliu, Coaches and Managers, P K, Aliu


The Worst Part About Trump’s War on the Press? It’s Working, Even in a Pandemic, Journalism Watchdog Reports

It’s alarming enough that tens of thousands of reporters, editors, researchers, and photographers, among others, are losing their jobs as more and more news outlets are being forced to shut down amid the economic carnage of the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected and even killed a growing number of journalists.All of which is hardly cause for the news media’s alleged “glee” and “delight” at the nationwide spread of COVID-19—the offensive claim of failed Republican presidential candidate-tur...
Tags: Post, News, Fcc, Obama, Congress, Eric Holder, Washington Post, White House, Cnn, United States, New York Times, Federal Communications Commission, Marco Rubio, Cbs, Fox News, Pentagon


Harassment in the Legal Profession: A Few Bad Apples?

Far too many people who work in law firms are subject to harassment by lawyers and paralegals. What, if anything, should our law societies do about this? Much depends on whether one sees the problem as “bad apples,” or as symptomatic of problems with the entire “barrel” which is the legal profession in Canada. “Harassment” is defined by the Ontario Human Rights Code as “a course of vexatious comment or conduct that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome.” Harassment is often (b...
Tags: Law, Canada, Nova Scotia, Globe, Calgary, Legal Ethics, Craig, Ontario Court of Appeal, LSO, Adam Dodek, Downie, DHC, Woolley, Amy Salyzyn, OHRC, Ontario Human Rights Code


Redoing the 2005 NHL Draft

Originally written April 2015 It’s been almost 15 years since one of the most noteworthy drafts in recent NHL history took place in Ottawa, Ontario. The 2005 NHL Draft was the first one after the lockout that caused the cancellation 2004-05 season. Because of that, every team in the league was put into the lottery for a chance at a player that many believed to be the best rookie since Wayne Gretzky. The Buffalo Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets all had...
Tags: Usa, New York, Minnesota, Washington, US, Atlanta, Sport, Chicago, New Jersey, Kings, Dallas, Nashville, San Jose, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins


Naturalistic Evolution Reckons Too Little With Its Own Meaning

In a Facebook comment on my Stream article about Darwin Day, Ryan Downie asked, How does it not make sense to create your own meaning? Meaning doesn’t have to be imposed from the outside. Also, evolution doesn’t need to provide any kind of moral principle. That’s not what it’s purpose is. It is merely a descriptive theory. Moral principles come from rational reflection, our nature as humans, and the values we share. Fair questions, both of them. The meaning question comes from this in my article...
Tags: Facebook, Religion, Ethics, Evolution, Christian, Morality, Purpose, Darwin, Downie, Posts, Naturalism, Alex Rosenberg, Darwin Day Ryan Downie, Andrew Stawartz


SteadyPay raises $4 million to help gig economy workers stay afloat with salary top-ups

SteadyPay is an app that allows workers with fluctuating paychecks to top up their wages when they fall short.  Millions of people participate in the gig economy in the UK – with many working flexible hours through apps such as Uber or takeaway giant Just Eat. The company has raised $4 million in a seed funding round, backed by venture capital firm Hambro Ventures and social impact fund Fair By Design.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. SteadyPay, a startup that lets workers on irregular ...
Tags: UK, US, Trends, Gallup, Downie, Hambro Perks, Hambro Ventures, Hambro Perks Around, John Downie, Elena Moneta, SteadyPay, Emma Steele


Fucked Up – “In View” (The Tragically Hip Cover)

The Tragically Hip were beloved national treasures in their native Canada. They attained that stature long before frontman Gord Downie's death in 2017, but Downie's terminal brain cancer diagnosis inspired many Canucks to express their admiration, sometimes by covering the Hip's music. More »
Tags: Music, News, Canada, Canucks, Downie, Fucked Up, Gord Downie, The Tragically Hip


Watch: 'Costly mistakes' end Downie medal hopes

Great Britain's Ellie Downie falls during her uneven bars routine at the All-Around Gymnastics World Cup, ending her hopes of a medal in Birmingham.
Tags: News, Great Britain, Downie, Ellie Downie


Penguins Trade for Gudbranson Is a Head Scratching Move

I mentioned a few days ago that the worst move the Pittsburgh Penguins could make at the 2019 Trade Deadline would be dealing for Alex Chiasson of the Edmonton Oilers. It appears Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford saw that and decided to blindside everybody with a jaw-dropping trade. The Penguins sent Tanner Pearson to the Vancouver Canucks for defenseman Erik Gudbranson just as the deadline struck. Getting rid of Pearson in itself isn’t bad — he had been reduced to a fourth-line role and w...
Tags: Usa, Washington, Sport, Corsica, Penguins, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Johnson, Ducks, Pearson, Tampa Bay Lightning, Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh, Dallas Stars


5 Penguins Who Went From Supervillains to Superheroes

There is always an opposing player that every city loves to hate. He gets away with the cheap shots, agitates the defense, or has the goalie’s number. The city hates him… until he becomes one of their own. The Pittsburgh Penguins and their fans are no stranger to this situation. Over the years, general managers have acquired former foes who set fans on edge. How could the city be expected to root for someone who had terrorized their team in the past? Steve Downie, a former Philadelphia Flyer, a...
Tags: Usa, Washington, Boston, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, Atlantic, Philadelphia, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Islanders, Pittsburgh, Boston Bruins, Islanders


What God has not joined together: the rise of the humanist wedding

Secular marriages are now the most popular in Scotland, prompting fresh calls for reform in England and WalesRobyn Hewatt and Andrew Downie were married with all the trappings of a traditional Scottish wedding: Hewatt’s father walked her down the aisle; she had maids of honour and Downie had a best man. A piper played at the door.But there was no priest, minister or registrar to lead the ceremony. Like thousands of Scots, Hewatt and Downie were legally married by a humanist celebrant. For the fi...
Tags: England, Human Rights, Marriage, Scotland, Religion, UK News, Christianity, Atheism, Anglicanism, Freedom Of Religion, Downie, Andrew Downie, WalesRobyn Hewatt, Hewatt, Scots Hewatt, Church of Scotland Continue


Energy buyout firm Tailwater raises $1 billion for latest fund: Reuters

Tailwater Capital, a private equity firm focused on the energy sector, said on Tuesday it raised $1 billion for its latest fund in a bet on the demand for oil pipelines in North America. The fundraising underscores how private equity firms are looking to invest in pipeline assets amid undercapacity that has stranded crude oil in areas like the Permian basin in Texas and New Mexico. Unconventional drilling techniques have allowed oil companies to tap previously inaccessible shale reservoirs. The ...
Tags: Texas, Trends, Dallas, Funds, New Mexico, North America, Reuters, BlackRock Inc, Permian, Downie, Blackstone Group LP, Tailwater Capital, Tailwater, Edward Herring, Silver Creek Midstream, Tailwater Energy Fund III LP


How Legit Are "Cellulite Creams," Really?

Somewhere between Auguste Clésinger and the advent of FaceTune, cellulite came to be considered a full-blown affliction - with a past more decorated than Kensington Palace and enough so-called miracle creams to line its halls. But the truth is, the telltale lumps that affect up to 90 percent (!) of women - which don't discriminate based on your genetics, weight, age, or skin color, if you can imagine such a notion! - are historically difficult to treat. To better understand why, think of thigh...
Tags: Summer, Beauty, Fda, Costa Rica, Kensington Palace, Skin, Downie, Body Lotion, Summer Beauty, Jeanine Downie, Mona Gohara, Cellulite, Gohara, Auguste Clésinger, Cellfina


How Legit Are "Cellulite Creams," Really?

Somewhere between Auguste Clésinger and the advent of FaceTune, cellulite came to be considered a full-blown affliction - with a past more decorated than Kensington Palace and enough so-called miracle creams to line its halls. But the truth is, the telltale lumps that affect up to 90 percent (!) of women - which don't discriminate based on your genetics, weight, age, or skin color, if you can imagine such a notion! - are historically difficult to treat. To better understand why, think of thigh...
Tags: Summer, Beauty, Fda, Costa Rica, Kensington Palace, Skin, Downie, Body Lotion, Summer Beauty, Jeanine Downie, Mona Gohara, Cellulite, Gohara, Auguste Clésinger, Cellfina


How Legit Are Those "Cellulite Creams" You're Seeing Everywhere, Really?

Somewhere between Auguste Clésinger and the advent of FaceTune, cellulite came to be considered a full-blown affliction - with a past more decorated than Kensington Palace and enough so-called miracle creams to line its halls. But the truth is, the telltale lumps that affect up to 90 percent (!) of women - which don't discriminate based on your genetics, weight, age, or skin color, if you can imagine such a notion! - are historically difficult to treat. To better understand why, think of thigh...
Tags: Summer, Beauty, Fda, Costa Rica, Kensington Palace, Skin, Downie, Body Lotion, Summer Beauty, Jeanine Downie, Mona Gohara, Cellulite, Gohara, Auguste Clésinger, Cellfina


Successful Aging: How to encourage exercise to keep loved ones healthy

Q. My 68-year-old husband is healthy although a bit overweight. He gets no exercise and is not interested in joining a health club or gym, which bothers me a great deal. Reasoning does not seem to work. I am becoming increasingly concerned. Do you have any suggestions? A.S. Dear A.S. The problem you describe is personal and national at the same time. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one in four U.S. adults do not engage in regular physical activity, even tho...
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Arcade Fire, Shawn Mendes Win Big at Canada’s Juno Awards (Watch)

Arcade Fire, Michael Bublé, Diana Krall,  Shawn Mendes, and late Tragically Hip singer Gord Downie were among the 2018 Juno Award winners in Vancouver over the weekend. Arcade Fire’s “Everything Now” won album of the year, Downie won artist of the year and shared Songwriter of the Year with collaborator Kevin Drew, Mendes won both […]
Tags: News, Canada, Vancouver, Arcade Fire, Shawn Mendes, Downie, Juno Awards, Gord Downie, Michael Bublé Diana Krall Shawn Mendes, Kevin Drew Mendes


The Hours, the Minutes, the Seconds: Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew on 'Hug of Thunder'

For a time there, Kevin Drew wanted to get away from himself. Shortly after the Canadian collective released their 2010 alternative-pop stunner Forgiveness Rock Record , the band went on the dreaded " indefinite hiatus ", a phrase often associated with a group calling it quits. Of course, for a band whose membership ranks can swell to nearly 15 at any given time, and with each of those members engaged in solo projects of their own (and nearly all of th...
Tags: Music, Interview, Chicago, Dave, Paris, Ariel, Kim, Andy, Feist, Amy, Broken Social Scene, Brendan, Drew, Emily, Indie Rock, Whiteman


ListenUp: An ode to self-care by Raveena, new tunes from Feist, Ela Minus, Exhibition and more

Feist: The Stranger (Gord Downie Tribute) Hauntingly beautiful, Feist's cover of "The Stranger" was her tribute to fellow Canadian and Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie, who died this week from brain cancer. The track was drawn from Downie's 2016...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Music, Design, Rock, Pop, Soul, Indie, Rb, Listen_up, Musicvideos, Feist, Newmusic, Raveena, Downie, Gord Downie, Neo-soul, Feist Ela Minus Exhibition


Gord Downie, Hockey, and the Tragically Hip

Gord Downie, the powerful, enigmatic and wonderfully quirky Canadian singer-songwriter died this week at the age of 53. It wasn’t a surprise. He chose to make his brain cancer diagnosis public in May 2016. That summer, he underwent an emotional and exhausting tour with his band The Tragically Hip. The finale in Kingston, Ontario was described by the New York Times as “an unparalleled moment of national pride laced with sorrow.” The @MapleLeafs honored late Canadian music icon Gord Downie. https...
Tags: Music, Boston, Atlanta, Sport, Canada, United States, New York Times, The Times, Moscow, Detroit Red Wings, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Michael Stipe, Dan Snyder, Scotiabank


ListenUp: Feist: The Stranger (Gord Downie Tribute)

Hauntingly beautiful, Feist's cover of "The Stranger was her tribute to fellow Canadian and Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie, who died yesterday from brain cancer. The track was drawn from Downie's 2016 solo album Secret Path. Feist explains that...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Culture, Listenup, Feist, Newmusic, Downie, Coversongs, Gord Downie, Thetragicallyhip, Gorddownie, Tragicallyhip


Shorties (Fall's Best Horror Fiction, Sun Ra's Influence on Contemporary Music, and more)

recommended horror fiction for fall. Rolling Stone examined the contemporary influence of Sun Ra. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Helen Macdonald's H Is for Hawk. Stream a new Sleater-Kinney song. Electric Literature interviewed author Claire Messud. Dan Bejar discussed every song o the new Destroyer album Ken with Pitchfork. Hypertext interviewed author Alex Behr. NPR Music is streaming Daniele Luppi & Parquet Courts' new album Milano. Ta-Nehisi Coates discussed his new...
Tags: Music, Tom Hanks, David, New York Times, Reddit, Rolling Stone, Philip Pullman, Feist, Weezer, Miya Folick, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Ken, Tori Amos, Electric Literature, Literary Hub, George Saunders