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Ravers and boomers: is intergenerational Covid tension real?

With ‘don’t kill granny’ warnings and talk of an over-50s lockdown, there are fears unity is fraying in the UKCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageOn a Saturday evening in mid-July, Michael made a video call to his grandmother and checked she had everything she needed. Then, along with about 3,000 others, he set out for an illegal rave.Despite coronavirus lockdown measures, Michael, a 20-year-old student from Bristol who asked to use a pseudonym, went to the event at a for...
Tags: Police, UK News, Infectious Diseases, Raf, Bristol, Ageing, Michael, Coronavirus outbreak


Valley restaurants team up, head outdoors to fight coronavirus slump

Guests watch dolphins off the bow during a trip with Newport Coastal Adventure to view marine life along the coast of Orange County on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG) A helicopter waits for guests to board for a new eco-tour put on by IEX Helicopters at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, on Thursday, June 28, 2018. The Heli-Marine Expedition takes tours above Southern California coastline to search the sea for wildlife with marine life expert Dian...
Tags: Business, News, California, La, Restaurants, Sport, Dolphins, Soccer, Williams, Local News, Orange County, Chamber of Commerce, Michael, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, San Pedro


The Weird, Disturbing (and Comforting) Return of Pro Sports

The swirl of conflicting emotions about the return of sports, and whether it will last, seems apt for these turbulent times of pandemic and social unrest.
Tags: News, Basketball, Davis, Baseball, Taylor, Major League Baseball, Michael, Black Lives Matter Movement, Chapman, Kay, Cespedes, National Basketball Assn, Ionescu, Women's National Basketball Assn, Aroldis (1988-, Yoenis


Nissan Ariya: New Electric Crossover to Start Around $40,000

Nissan recently announced its first all-electric crossover, scheduled to hit the U.S. market in 2021. The Nissan Ariya was revealed to a global audience during a live-streamed event in Yokohama, Japan, by CEO Makoto Uchida and Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta. “The Ariya, a key model in Nissan’s plan to roll out ten new models in 20 months, demonstrates our commitment to meeting customer demand for crossovers with the most advanced electrified, automated, and connected technologies,” Gup...
Tags: Japan, United States, Autos, Nissan, Michael, Nissan Leaf, Yokohama Japan, Motor City, Gupta, Amazon Alexa, Car News, Ariya, Ashwani Gupta, Makoto Uchida, Nissan Ariya, Nissan North America Original


The Teenage Tinkerer Behind an E-Bike Revolution

Mike Radenbaugh dreamed up Rad Power Bikes over a decade ago in his family’s garage and now sets the pace for affordable battery-propelled bicycles.
Tags: News, Motorcycles, Michael, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, Bicycles and Bicycling, Motor Bikes and Motorscooters, Rad Power Bikes, Mike Radenbaugh, Radenbaugh, Rad Power Bikes LLC


After Isaias, When Will Power Be Back?

Tropical Storm Isaias tore across the region on Tuesday. Two days later, many households and businesses are still without power.
Tags: Weather, News, New York City, Theater, Miranda, Michael, Cuomo, Paulson, Consolidated Edison Inc, Andrew M, Lin-Manuel, Hamilton (Play, Power Failures and Blackouts


Regina Hall Boards ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Series at Hulu

How many perfect strangers are there left at this point? Regina Hall is the latest star to add her name to Hulu’s “Nine Perfect Strangers” series, joining previously announced cast members Melissa McCarthy, Nicole Kidman, Manny Jacinto, Luke Evans, and  Tiffany Boone, among others. News of Hall’s casting comes less than a week after Michael […]
Tags: News, Regina Hall, Hulu, Michael, Tiffany Boone, Nine Perfect Strangers, News of Hall


Johnno and Michael Try Therapy

THEY’RE FINALLY GETTING THE HELP THEY BOTH DESPERATELY NEED Johnno and Michael try therapy and learn a universal truth: EVERYTHING IS YOUR PARENTS FAULT Trouble discussing negative emotions? Probably due to a lack of parental role modeling. Can’t do anything without your parents’ approval? Totally your parents fault. Don’t care for oceans, rivers, dams or streams? LOLOL - BAD PARENTS STRIKE AGAIN. Weak knees? LMFAO - ITS THOSE GODDAMN PARENTS!! Finding your parents abandoned your broth...
Tags: Humor, Michael, Johnno, Sophy, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny Or Die, Johnno Wilson, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny, Michael Strassner, Michael Try Therapy, Charles Sophy


August 4 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW August 4 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s August 4 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Promare Collector’s Edition Thirty years has passed since the appearance of the Burnish, a race of flame-wielding mutant beings who destroyed half of the world with fire. When a new group...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, London, Movies, Horror, Germany, Berlin, Shanghai, TV News, Diana, Albert Einstein, Venezuela, South America, Jack, Blu-ray


Flogas Champion of Champions Junior Invitational all set for Powerscourt

Powerscourt Golf Club The inaugural ‘Flogas Champion of Champions’ Junior Invitational takes places over the 36 hole Championship courses at Powerscourt Golf Club this coming Tuesday and Wednesday. Initially pencilled in for April with a sell-out field of 240 junior golfers from 25 countries taking part, the event will now give mostly Irish junior gol...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Michael, Amateur golf, Michael Gallagher, Powerscourt, Powerscourt Golf Club


Flogas Champion of Champions Junior Invitational all set for Powerscourt

Powerscourt Golf Club The inaugural ‘Flogas Champion of Champions’ Junior Invitational takes places over the 36 hole Championship courses at Powerscourt Golf Club this coming Tuesday and Wednesday. Initially pencilled in for April with a sell-out field of 240 junior golfers from 25 countries taking part, the event will now give mostly Irish junior gol...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Michael, Amateur golf, Michael Gallagher, Powerscourt, Powerscourt Golf Club


13 Books to Watch For in August

Stephenie Meyer’s retelling of “Twilight,” Isabel Wilkerson’s examination of American racism, a biography of the drug kingpin El Chapo, and plenty more.
Tags: News, Reagan, Meyer, Johnson, Alan, Smith, Ali, Ball, Michael, El Chapo, Joaquin, Mack, Kurt, Rick, Andersen, Wilkerson


This Gallery of Mustang Mach-E 1400 Photos Will Make Your Day

Ford recently announced a new breed of one of America’s favorite sports cars, the Mustang Mach-E 1400 Prototype. Built on the Mustang Mach-E GT platform, in collaboration with RTR, the prototype unleashes 1,400 horsepower, proving you don’t have to sacrifice muscle car power in an electric vehicle. Thoroughbred Performance With seven motors, the Mustang Mach-E 1400 has five more than the Mustang Mach-E GT. The configuration consists of three motors attached to the front differential and...
Tags: America, Ford, Autos, Nascar, Michael, Ford Motor Company, Ford Performance, Motor City, Ford Mustang Mach, Vaughn Gittin Jr, RTR, Car News, Mustang Mach, RTR Vehicles, Ford Motor Company Original, Michael Turashoff


How to Avoid the Most Common Pitfalls of Working From Home and Grow Your Career

Telecommuting, remote employment, working from home – whatever you call it, it’s gaining in popularity across all occupations. However, working from home can hold some traps, particularly for beginners. Telecommuting comes with its own special challenges, such as isolation or the lack of proper workspace. With time, these obstacles typically lead to burnout, frustration, and low productivity. How to avoid the most common pitfalls of working remotely? Is it even possible for remote employees to...
Tags: Jobs, Careers, Skype, Michael, Pitfall


In social work, small actions make a big difference

I first became acquainted with Michael after another case manager I work with, a woman, reported the proprietor of the group home (sort of a boarding house, really), Miss Samantha, as she was known, and whom I knew slightly, said she wanted Michael out because of his sometimes bizarre behaviors, often frightening to her neighbors.  […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Psychiatry, Samantha, Michael, Conditions, PA NP, CRNA


The Royal Mafia hit squad, the Royal heir and the Royal hair, in this week’s dubious tabloids

But now they’ve become something altogether more sinister: a Mafia mob. The Queen is evidently capo di tutti capi, and this organized crime boss knows no limits, if this week’s tabloids are to be believed. “Royals Put Hit on Epstein Madam!” screams the ‘Globe’ cover story, claiming that The Queen has marked for death pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s lieutenant Ghislaine Maxwell. “They killed Andrew’s pervert pal in prison too!” the ‘Globe’ reminds readers about Epstein's jail cell “suici...
Tags: Post, UK, Hollywood, London, News, US, America, Britain, Brooklyn, Sun, James Bond, Beverly Hills, Prince Charles, Prince William, Royals, Diana


What Teachers' Unions Are Fighting For as Schools Plan a New Year

Unions are threatening to strike if classrooms reopen, but are also pushing to limit live remote teaching. Their demands will shape pandemic education.
Tags: News, American Federation Of Teachers, E-learning, Michael, Randi, United Federation of Teachers, United Teachers Los Angeles, Carvalho, Mulgrew, Weingarten, Organized Labor, Education (K-12, Teachers and School Employees, Alberto M, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings


Michael Phelps Documentary Criticizes U.S. Olympic Committee on Mental Health

In “The Weight of Gold,” Phelps presents a stark picture of the mental wear and tear Olympians endure.
Tags: News, Swimming, Michael, Phelps, Mental Health and Disorders, Olympic Games (2016, Colorado Springs (Colo, United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee


Johnno And Michael Try To Win Their Girlfriends Back

Johnno and Michael try to win their ladies back the only way they know how: 80’s Style. Ah yes, the ionic boombox motif - the surefire way to win back your girlfriend in the 80s. ... but it isn’t the 80s anymore and women can’t been “won” - so Johnno and Michael are going to have to do a lot more than lift a radio over their heads to impress Cindy and Rita. via GIPHY In the episode of Johnno And Michael Try, Johnno tries to convince Cindy to give him a second chance while Michael tr...
Tags: Humor, Michael, Rita, Cindy, Johnno, Taylor Dayne, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny Or Die, Johnno Wilson, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny, Michael Strassner, Johnno And Michael, Michael Try Johnno, Rita Cindy, Karissa Lee Staples, Sabrina Rudolph


How to Open a Top-Tier Restaurant in a Pandemic? Rethink Everything

This one, Ever, debuts Tuesday in Chicago with a pricey tasting menu and a world-class chef. But on the road to its opening, lofty visions have met hard reality.
Tags: News, Small Business, Restaurants, Chicago, Restaurant, Chefs, Michael, Ill, Curtis, Duffy, Chicago (Ill, Muser, Quarantine (Life and Culture, Coronavirus Risks and Safety Concerns, Ever (Chicago


2 nabbed in ex-Nissan boss' escape say they won't flee US

A U.S. magistrate judge improperly denied release to a father and son wanted by Japan on charges that they helped sneak former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn out of that country, their attorneys said Tuesday. Lawyers for Michael and Peter Taylor urged U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani to immediately free the men on bail. "If he manages to flee, he faces the life of exile, he faces the life as a fugitive," attorney James Ulwick said of Peter Taylor.
Tags: Japan, News, US, Nissan, Michael, Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Motor Co, Peter Taylor, Indira Talwani, James Ulwick


When Nothing Changes but God Still Provides

In the week after my husband lost his job, I remember the feeling of desperation that crept in at night. I would lie awake in bed, wondering how we were going to make it, financially and practically. My husband was sending out his resume and applying for positions; he was making calls and networking. But as the weeks piled up, he still had no job offers. I felt overwhelmed every time I thought about our future and how we wanted — and needed — to provide for our children. Emotions in our home ran...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, Miracle, Michael, Red Sea, Everyday Faith, Provision, God provides


'Dad's a dictator, anything goes with Mum': how masks and distancing rules are dividing Britain

What do you do when your loved ones flout the law – or nag you about going out? As lockdown eases, attitudes to Covid-19 seem more polarised than everMichael, a 35-year-old university lecturer from Sheffield, barely speaks to his brother nowadays. For years, they had been drifting apart over political differences such as Brexit. “He hates my leftwing, liberal beliefs as much as I hate his way of looking at the world,” Michael says. “We used have a pint together occasionally, or go to a match.” B...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Family, Politics, Relationships, Life and style, Society, UK News, Britain, Health & wellbeing, Sheffield, Young People, Older people, Wuhan, Michael, Coronavirus outbreak


American Cancer Society Hosts Virtual Connection Culture Training

Katie Stallard and I were delighted to see the reaction to the virtual training we did to kick off the American Cancer Society’s virtual Leadership Institute Network Series. Here’s what Kristine Revelle, Senior Consultant, Learning, at the American Cancer Society wrote about it: “At the American Cancer Society, we were excited to kick off our new virtual Leadership Institute Network series with Michael and Katie Stallard presenting on the need for leaders to cultivate cultures of connection. T...
Tags: Careers, Events, Michael, American Cancer Society, Connection Culture, Stallard, Katie Stallard, Leadership Institute Network, Kristine Revelle, Robin Wolfson


Michael’s 60% Off SlimyGloop – Slimy Sand Bucket $1.99 (Reg. $4.99) + More!

Hurry, there is a a great Michael’s deal to keep the kids busy. Michael’s SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Bucket $1.99 (Reg. $4.99) available in 4 colors: More SlimyGoop Slimy Sand deals: 2-Pack Canister SlimyGloop Slimy Sand (Galaxy & Ocean) $2.79 3-Lbs SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Bag (Pink Glitter) $5.99 SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Space Station $6.79 SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Unicorn & Friends $6.79 5-Lbs... Read More
Tags: Deals, Art, Crafts, Kids, Coupons, Michael, Online Deals, Michael's, Michaels Coupons, SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Galaxy Ocean, SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Bag Pink Glitter, SlimyGloop Slimy Sand Space Station


Restaurants, a market, food trucks closed in the San Fernando Valley area due to health hazards, June 11-July 8

  On the Thirty on Ventura Boulevard in Sherman Oaks. (Google Street View)     Four restaurants, one market and three food trucks were closed in the San Fernando Valley area recently due to health hazards. The food facilities had their health permit suspended for either cockroaches, rodents, preparing food at home, no water/hot water or failure to comply with health officer order according to reports from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department. Food facilities whose permits are sus...
Tags: Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Local News, Michael, Green Valley, San Fernando Valley, Ventura Boulevard, Top Stories LADN, Restaurant Closures, Ventura Blvd Sherman Oaks Closure, San Fernando Road Sun Valley, Topanga Canyon Blvd Canoga Park Closure, Sherman Oaks Google Street View Four, Spunky Canyon Road Santa Clarita Closure, Oxnard St North Hollywood Closure


The Meeting That Brings the International Desk Closer to Home

Stationed all over the world, my colleagues and I can feel isolated. But a weekly call that began because of the pandemic has provided a comforting support system.
Tags: News, China, Iraq, New York Times, Michael, Rubin, News and News Media, Baghdad (Iraq, Bogota (Colombia, Beirut (Lebanon, Slackman, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Alissa Johannsen


Michael B. Jordan, Broadway Theater Coalition Unveil Racial Justice Initiatives

Actor-producer Michael B. Jordan and a trio of Broadway insiders have unveiled separate initiatives to advance the cause of racial justice in the entertainment industry. Jordan has partnered with the non-profit org Color of Change to launch the #ChangeHollywood initiative. The program’s goal is to provide a “roadmap” for how industry leaders, executives, producers and […]
Tags: Broadway, Jordan, Michael B Jordan, Michael


They Wore It Once: Flames Players and Their Unique Numbers

The Calgary Flames have had many players during their thirty years in the league. As a result, many different jersey numbers have been worn. Numbers like 7, 15, 16, 21 and 22, have been extremely popular, worn by 23 different players each, the highest amount of players who have worn any number in Flames history. They also have three numbers that are retired: 9 (Lanny McDonald), 12 (Jarome Iginla), and 30 (Mike Vernon). Related: The Chris Chelios Trade Revisited At least one player has worn...
Tags: Washington, Brown University, Sport, Czech Republic, Rangers, AHL, Hockey, NHL, William, Calgary Flames, Alex, Calgary, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Islanders, Michael


My New Favorite Summertime Shoe

In the colder months, a man’s got plenty of footwear options: sneakers for casual occasions, dress boots for classier events, leather moccasins for hanging around the house.   Summertime footwear is trickier. Optimally, you want something that’s cool (that you can ideally wear without socks), comfortable, and decent-looking. But the options that hit this combo are few and far between. A lot of dudes opt for sandals or flip-flops as their go-to summertime footwear. They’re easy to slip on,...
Tags: Life, India, Shoes, Oklahoma, Michael, Key West, Crocs, Ernest Hemingway, Mumbai India, Huckberry, Papa Hemingway, Style & Grooming, Michael Paratore, Athani India