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‘The Mosquito Coast’ Trailer: Justin Theroux and His Family Are On the Run

The Mosquito Coast is a novel by Paul Theroux that was previously adapted into a film starring Harrison Ford. Now it’s getting another adaptation for Apple TV+, with Justin Theroux set to star. As you might notice, Theroux shares a last name with the book’s author – and that’s because he’s Paul Theroux’s nephew, which is some fun trivia you can store away in your brain right now and bring it up at your next cocktail party. In The Mosquito Coast, an inventor uproots his family and takes them on ...
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One in three Covid-19 survivors suffers ‘brain disease,’ study finds

By Ryan Prior | CNN As many as one in three people infected with Covid-19 have longer term mental health or neurological symptoms, researchers reported Tuesday. They found 34% of Covid-19 survivors received a diagnosis for a neurological or psychological condition within six months of their infection, according to the study published Tuesday in the journal Lancet Psychiatry. The most common diagnosis was anxiety, found in 17% of those treated for Covid-19, followed by mood disorders, found in 1...
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1 In 3 COVID-19 Survivors Suffers ‘Brain Disease,’ Study Finds

(CNN) — A major study published Tuesday suggests as many as one in three people infected with Covid-19 are left with longer term mental health or neurological symptoms. Researchers found that 34% of coronavirus survivors received a diagnosis for a neurological or psychological condition within six months of infection, according to the research published in the journal Lancet Psychiatry. The most common diagnosis was anxiety, found in 17% of those treated for Covid-19, followed by mood disorders,...
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Over a third of COVID-19 survivors experience a neurological or mental-health condition in the 6 months after infection, a large-scale study finds

The most common mental health conditions in the six months after catching COVID-19 were anxiety and mood disorders. Getty Images One in three people with COVID-19 had neurological or mental health conditions in the six months following illness in a new study. Anxiety and mood disorders were the most common following COVID-19. People with severe illness were at highest risk of rarer neurological complications, the study found. See more stories on Insider's business page. One in three pe...
Tags: Health, Science, Trends, Mental Health, Healthcare, Astrazeneca, Fda, Oxford University, Harrison, ITU, King s College London, Paul Harrison, Neurological Disorders, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID

Long Beach gives feds the OK to temporarily house 1,000 migrant children in Convention Center

Federal officials now have Long Beach’s permission to use the city’s Convention Center to temporarily house up to 1,000 migrant children. The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously at its Tuesday, April 6, meeting to allow the City Manager to execute agreements with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to operate a shelter for unaccompanied minors who are en route to be reunified with family members or sponsors. Immigrant rights advo...
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Rowland starts, Harrison out as England open Women's Six Nations

England's Helena Rowland will start at 10 in Saturday's Women's Six Nations opener against Scotland, while Zoe Harrison drops out of the matchday 23 after breaching coronavirus protocols.
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Woody Harrelson is ‘The Man With the Miraculous Hands’ for Director Oren Moverman

Woody Harrelson may be the man with the crazy Carnage wig in Venom, but he’s going to be The Man With The Miraculous Hands in a new World War II psychological thriller from The Messenger director Oren Moverman. Deadline reports that Harrelson is set to star in The Man With The Miraculous Hands, a psychological thriller set in World War II that adapts Joseph Kessel’s novel The Man with the Miraculous Hands: The Fantastic Story of Felix Kersten, Himmler’s Private Doctor. Per Deadline, The Man ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Casting, War, Thriller, Woody-Harrelson, Oren Moverman, Harrison, Kessel, Moverman, Harrelson, Kersten, Himmler, Joseph Kessel, Vendôme Group, Jeremy Plager

Osaka in LA: Tok Kise Brings Cult Favorite Truck Furniture to California

Back in 2007, Julie wrote about the Japanese artisanal brand TRUCK Furniture: “We’ve been admiring this Osaka-based company for a while; we’re waiting for the day when the line becomes available in the US.” More than decade later, that day has finally arrived. We first learned of the exciting development from photographer Justin Chung’s Instagram account, where we spotted images of founder Tokuhiko Kise‘s cool downtown Los Angeles loft-cum-showroom, though, truth be told, it took us a minute to ...
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Listen to George Harrison's stunning isolated vocals from "Something"

I vacillate between John and George being my favorite Beatle. At this moment, after listening to George's isolated vocals on "Something" from 1969, the scale tips toward Mr. Harrison. This was George's first composition selected as a Beatles A-side. Frank Sinatra famously described "Something" as "the greatest love song of the past 50 years." — Read the rest
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Hear the Beautiful Isolated Vocal Harmonies from the Beatles’ “Something”

How many songs did Pattie Boyd — fashion model, photographer, muse, and wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton — inspire? It’s hard to say, since some of the lyrics purportedly written for her, like those in Harrison’s breakout “Something,” may have been for someone else, then diplomatically attributed to Boyd. Or, in the case of “Something” — the first Harrison song to come out as a Beatles A-side single and the song that convinced the world of his formidable songwriting talents — the...
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Harrison's Workwear Outfits Caleb Kennedy for American Idol

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — What does it take to get a country boy ready for the bright lights of Hollywood?
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Chris Harrison Might Be Taking Legal Action Against The Bachelor Franchise

Since it was announced that Chris Harrison would be stepping down, all of Bachelor Nation has been waiting to see what Harrison’s future...
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Embattled ‘Bachelor’ host Chris Harrison hires LA power lawyer

Could Harrison be spilling “Bachelor” secrets?
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$4 million ‘Better Naito’ project will break ground Monday

Coming soon: Sidewalk, green lanes, concrete curbs, updated signals.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) “As we look ahead to reinvigorating our city post-pandemic, I hope to see more collaborative initiatives like this across our city.”— Jo Ann Hardesty, transportation commissioner Nearly six years after the idea was first hatched, the Portland Bureau of Transportation says they’ll break ground on Better Naito this coming Monday. Once complete, the $4 million project will connect to ot...
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The new Rush Limbaugh? Dan Bongino tapped for national afternoon radio slot

By DAVID BAUDER | The Associated Press NEW YORK  — Conservative commentator Dan Bongino has joined a scramble to inherit the radio talk show mantle left behind by the death of Rush Limbaugh. Cumulus Media’s Westwood One said Bongino will begin a new three-hour radio program from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern, the same time slot Limbaugh occupied before his death due to lung cancer in February. Bongino’s news and opinion show will launch May 24 in markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dal...
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Horror Malet, Lucas: The Carissima (ghost). v1. 16 Mar 2021

“I needn't go into details, Hammond,” Leversedge said. “That camp was dead. Even in the night, which decently hides a good deal, it was a ghastly place. I suppose they’d all died of thirst, they and the oxen. And I had fever on me. I shall never know quite all I did see. But in one of the wagons I made out a dead woman. Underneath it a dog was tied, a small, yellowish cur, the only thing left alive, and it yapped. And – and – there had been a child in the wagon, a little baby-child – and I suppo...
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Genesis raises $45M to expand its fintech-focussed low-code platform to more verticals

Low-code and no-code tools have been a huge hit with enterprises keen to give their operations more of a tech boost, but often lack the resources to handle more complex integrations. Today, one of the startups that has been building low-code finance tools is announcing funding to tap into that trend and expand its business. Genesis — which has to date primarily worked with financial services companies, giving non-technical employees the tools to create ways to monitor and manage real-time risk,...
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A year of pandemic: Through the lens of photographer Hans Gutknecht

Masks, it may sound silly, but I can’t wait to be able to see people’s faces again. Photography has been my life, picking up my first camera when I was 12 years old and never setting one down. I have always been a photographer that focuses on people and telling their stories through my lens. We all have adapted to the pandemic by masking up and staying home the best we could, as faces disappeared under protective coverings for the past year to guard against the deadly COVID-19 virus, photographe...
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Horror Malet, Lucas: The Tall Villa (ghost). v1. 15 Mar 2021

In The Tall Villa, Malet constructs a psychologically complex story of a ghostly tortured hero. This spirit, a suicide for unrequited love, restlessly roams the tall villa for a century, finally finding love in the shape of a long-suffering and abandoned wife of another man. A late Victorian Gothic ghost story, not horrific, which explores some of the issues women faced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. ========= Mary St Leger [Kingsley] Harrison (1852-1931), daughter of C...
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CUNY SPH receives prestigious Harrison C. Spencer Award for Outstanding Community Service

At its 2021 Annual Meeting this month, the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) will present the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy with the Harrison C. Spencer Award for Outstanding Community Service.
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Chris Harrison won't host next season of 'The Bachelorette'

Former Bachelorettes Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe "will support" the show's lead in Harrison's absence.
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Chris Harrison Not Returning for ‘Bachelorette’ Next Season as His Future With Franchise Remains in Limbo

Amid his ongoing controversy, Chris Harrison will sit out next season of “The Bachelorette,” Variety has learned. Harrison will be temporarily replaced by rotating fan-favorite alums from the franchise, including former “Bachelorette” stars Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe. Beyond next season of “The Bachelorette,” no permanent decision regarding Harrison’s future with the franchise has been determined, […]
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Patti Harrison Joins Ensemble Roster of Paramount’s The Lost City of D

Patti Harrison joins ensemble roster of Paramount’s The Lost City of D Just a month after the studio set a 2022 release date for the Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock-starring adventure rom-com, Paramount Pictures has expanded the ensemble roster for The Lost City of D with the addition of Shrill alum Patti Harrison, according to Variety. While the writer/comedian/actress joins the film in a key role, the specifics of her character are currently being kept under wraps by the studio. RELATED...
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How Desert Quail Hunts Spur New Upland Passion

Desert quail hunting opens up a world of opportunities. IMG Brandon Butler U.S.A. -( I’ve been flirting with upland bird hunting most of my life. As a teenager, I had a Weimaraner named Remington. Together, we’d shoot pheasants busted from fencerows in the agricultural lands of northern Indiana. There wasn’t a lot of skill to it, but I grew to love the flush, and I loved that bird dog. Recently, I ventured to Arizona for a desert quail hunt. There are three species of quail to pu...
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Chris Harrison Says He Plans to Be Back as ‘Bachelor’ Host; Michael Strahan Calls Apology ‘Surface Response’

Amid brewing controversy, “The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison got in the hot seat with Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America.” During the interview, Harrison discussed the scandal that has caused him to step aside from the ABC dating show franchise that he has hosted since its debut in 2002, admitting he made a mistake by […]
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Chris Harrison to Sit Down With Michael Strahan on ‘GMA’ Amid ‘The Bachelor’ Controversy

Amid brewing controversy, “The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison is set to have his moment in the hot seat with Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America.” The interview was pre-taped on Wednesday, Variety has learned, and is set to air on Thursday morning. In a cross-synergistic interview (both “The Bachelor” and “GMA” are major ABC properties), Harrison […]
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Google insiders reveal why the company's ambitious plan to create major video games fell apart

Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai introduced Google Stadia at GDC 2019 in San Francisco on March 19, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam On February 1, Google ended its ambitious game development project and fired over 150 people. Former Google gaming employees said the company never committed to the project.  "I question how much the execs ... understand what they got into," one former employee told Wired. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. On February 1, after less than tw...
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Reverse Mortgage Originators Report on 2021’s Business Highs and Lows

While debate continues about the reliability of and source of increased business for the reverse mortgage industry in 2020, some originators from across the country continue to report that business in their communities continues to be heightened in the early months of 2021. While proprietary reverse mortgages continue to present an opportunity to expand the business, activity seems primarily focused for now on the more typical Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) according to originators wh...
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Google's Stadia gaming division reportedly missed its user goals by hundreds of thousands of gamers

Playing a Stadia game. INA FASSBENDER/AFP via Getty Images Google's Stadia gaming division missed user goals by hundreds of thousands, according to Bloomberg.  A source told Wired they questioned whether execs "above Stadia leadership understand what they got into." Google in February announced it would stop developing in-house games for Stadia.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Google's Stadia shut down its in-house game-development division after failing to hit tar...
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