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Celebs like Lori Harvey and Kaia Gerber are finding ways to stay fit, while also adhering to the stay-at-home order amid the COVID-19 lockdown. Quarantine isn’t stopping Kaia Gerber or Lori Harvey from keeping fit! In separate Instagram posts, the pair proved they’re able to exercise (and look chic while doing it) as they remain inside and
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Chris Pratt is pushing for Jurassic Park fans to donate money to charity during the coronavirus pandemic in exchange to win an opportunity to be “eaten by a dinosaur.” “Click the link to see my responses to @justinbieber’s #ALLINCHALLENGE hint hint… you could win the greatest prize anyone could possibly imagine having to do with being eaten
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President Donald Trump dismissed reports about the Capitol’s lack of tests for the 100 senators scheduled to return to work on Monday in a tweet that said “there is tremendous coronavirus testing capacity in Washington” despite multiple reports suggesting otherwise. As Axios reported, word came from the Capitol’s attending physician himself, Brian Monahan, who told
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In response to armed, right-wing protesters—some without masks—packing the Michigan capitol building on Thursday in a rally against the state’s coronavirus lockdown, President Donald Trump praised the occupiers and urged Governor Gretchen Whitmer to bend to their will. “The Governor of Michigan should give a little, and put out the fire. These are very good
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Welcome to On the Radar, your monthly reminder of what’s coming down the pike in the world of entertainment. We’ve got the latest TV shows, movies, books and more — all coming out in May. READ MORE: 6 things we learned watching new ‘Rick and Morty’ Take a look and see what’s up this month. TV
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This was the week that the global watch community was set to traverse Switzerland for two back-to-back watch shows (Watches & Wonders in Geneva and Baselworld in Basel). The two conferences were to bring the industry together to debut many of its launches for the entire year. This year, however, isn’t like the others. LVMH
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Regrettably, I do not own a time-traveling bong. But I do have Hulu, and in the early days of quarantine, I rewound the clock back to 2014, the year that Broad City—a new show based on an old web series—landed on Comedy Central. Co-creators Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson played winsomely hapless twentysomethings named Ilana
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One of TV’s favourite obstacle course is coming back with Wipeout returning. TBS has ordered a 20-episode run for the reboot of Wipeout, the obstacle course reality competition that originally aired between 2008 and 2014. “The re-imagined series will feature new format twists and elements that will push contestants’ athleticism and willpower to even greater extremes, all while
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Editor’s Note: This story contains spoilers from the Netflix film “A Secret Love.” To avoid having the story revealed, please watch the documentary first before proceeding. Growing up in Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., actor-director Chris Bolan didn’t question the relationship between his two “aunts,” Terry Donahue and Pat Henschel, who lived with each other in Chicago
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American rapper G-Eazy is spending his time at home learning to sing and play the piano, but he also is working alongside FlowerShop* and Halo Labs to help with an important initiative during the coronavirus pandemic. Halo Labs Inc., a leading cannabis cultivation, manufacturing and distribution company, and FlowerShop*, a sensory-care company innovating in the
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Thirty days ago, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially left their roles as senior royals, and when they left, they agreed not to use their royal titles in their private lives. Harry also had to give up some of the honorary military appointments he held after leaving the Army in 2015. For a month now,
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As Donald Trump and congressional Republicans ramp up their public-facing “blame China” campaign to obfuscate the White House’s mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak, top administration officials are putting the pressure on behind the scenes. According to the New York Times, U.S. spy agencies are under the gun to unearth evidence that COVID-19 originated in a
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