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    Keith Richards has reflected on the death of Rolling Stones icon Charlie Watts - saying he gave the band his blessing to continue with Steve Jordan. Drummer Charlie died at the age of 80 in August surrounded by family and Keith, 77, has now said they spoke about how the Stones would move on after his death, with Charlie telling them: 'Look, go on with Steve.' Speaking to Strombo on Apple Music Hits, Keith said: 'For a band of our longevity to suddenly have another man in the drummer's seat is a leap in the dark.  Moving on: Keith Richards, 77, has reflected on the death of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, saying he gave the band his blessing to continue with Steve Jordan, 64 'The last thing I wanted to do was a Rolling Stones tour without Charlie, but you know, Charlie said, "Look go on with Steve."' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Rod Stewart and his wife Penny put on a cosy display as they... Madonna, 63, looks half her age as she flashes her VERY...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO has admitted that Manchester United have always held a 'special place' in his heart after sealing his return. The Portuguese superstar has signed for the Red Devils from Juventus, 12 years after originally leaving Old Trafford. 1Cristiano Ronaldo is back at Old TraffordCredit: PA Upon the transfer's completion, Ronaldo, 36, gushed: "Manchester United is a club that has always had a special place in my heart, and I have been overwhelmed by all the messages I have received since the announcement on Friday. "I cannot wait to play at Old Trafford in front of a full stadium and see all the fans again. "I'm looking forward to joining up with the team after the international games, and I hope we have a very successful season ahead." MORE FOLLOWS... Most read in FootballLive BlogDEADLINE DAY LIVE Mbappe to Madrid on hold, Chelsea still in for Kounde and Traore to SpursLive BlogUNITED NEWS Ronaldo CONFIRMED as Juventus outline deal, Dan James to Leeds LATESTLive BlogGunners news Aouar switch OFF, Betis eye Bellerin swoop, Maitland-Niles LATESTDone DealFREE WILLI Arsenal flop...
    More On: art Yankee champ Bernie Williams reflects on how baseball helped after 9/11 Beloved Hamptons sculpture ‘Stargazer’ saved by $100K donation James Murphy DJs the Parrish Art Museum’s Midsummer Dance in Water Mill ‘Bachelorette’ Katie Thurston reveals fiancé Blake Moynes’ NSFW painting His famous Astor Place cube has been firmly planted in the sidewalk for 50 years — but other artwork by Tony Rosenthal is very much on the move. “One large piece from the personal collection on his Southampton property has been transported around this past week on a flatbed truck, giving onlookers a rare glimpse,” said a source. The 1000 lb. sculpture entitled “Love” — by the late artist behind the beloved Astor Place cube named “Alamo” — from Rosenthal’s Southampton property to Roland Auctions in Glen Cove, NY, then back to Southampton where it will be on exhibit at the Southampton Fine Arts Fair at the Southampton Arts Center September 2nd until September 5th. The seven by nine-foot piece — which needed eight people to move it — was part of Rosenthal’s personal collection and was...
    LeBron spent four seasons with the Heat. It was the place he traded for Cleveland to get his first ring, and There he added two titles in four consecutive Finals before returning to Ohio to win the promised title.. Pat Riley, the maker of his signing, was the one who couldn’t keep him then, calling his decision to return home “the biggest mistake of his career.” Now seven years after that And after a disastrous season for the Heat, Riley has spoken of the possibility of the King returning to Miami for a second leg. Something that seems, it must be said, quite remote. “I’d leave the key under the doormat if you call me and let me know you’re coming,” Riley said in an interview. last Friday on Dan Le Batard’s radio program, statements that Real GM has collected. “I would do that, but I doubt that key very much … That key is rusted now,” said the NBA godfather a few weeks ago, who did not end on good terms with a LeBron who maintained a silence that...
    LES CAYES, Haiti (AP) — Orderlies pushed Jertha Ylet’s bed from the center of the hospital ward to one side so Dr. Michelet Paurus could plug in his electric saw. She was silent as the doctor cut off her plaster cast in measured strokes. Today she would have to leave the hospital, the doctor said. Ylet had resisted until the cast came off. She’d been at Les Cayes’ General Hospital since being brought there Aug. 14, unconscious and with her leg crushed, after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake destroyed her house, killing her father and two other relatives and seriously injuring her brother. There is no home to return to. A surgeon inserted a metal rod in her lower left leg on Thursday. Ylet, 25, had not been out of bed, much less tried to walk, since she arrived. Her 5-year-old daughter, Younaika, who was not injured, shared her bed and spent her days playing with other children around the ward. More than a week after the earthquake on Haiti’s southwestern peninsula killed at least 2,207 people, injured 12,268 and...
    NAPA VALLEY, Calif. -- Fried chicken sandwiches, oysters, fresh ice cream -- you name it, Oxbow Public Market offers it. Known as a gathering place for foodies, the Oxbow marketplace spans 40,000 square feet with fresh food at every turn. The food paradise supports sustainable farming practices, owner-operated businesses, and local food producers throughout the Bay Area. Walk through and you'll find fresh meats, ice cream, oysters, and beer from popular vendors, including Milestone Provisions, Hog Island Oyster Co., the Fatted Calf, and Fieldstone to name a few."One thing that I love about being part of the Oxbow is that it's such a great collaboration with so many other people. There's so many great vendors and people who are producing great things," expresses founder/co-owner of Milestone, Dave Cruz. "And then obviously the people that come in are phenomenal too. It's just so much fun."Guests from throughout the Bay Area and beyond visit to get their fill of flavorful foods, as well as speak with shop owners to learn more about California's diverse local offerings."A great way to spend the day...
    The State Department told Americans still stranded in Afghanistan on Monday to shelter in place rather than head to the Kabul airport for evacuation as the U.S. works to 'regain positive control' of the airport. 'The situation is evolving quickly and we will communicate information to U.S. citizens as rapidly as possible,' State spokesman Ned Price said during a press conference on Monday afternoon. 'In the meantime,' he continued, 'we are asking U.S. citizens to shelter and not to travel to the airport until they hear otherwise from the Department of State.' His remarks came moments after President Joe Biden made remarks doubling-down on his decision to withdraw entirely from Afghanistan, which has thrown the country into chaos and allowed the swift takeover by the Taliban. 'We are working around the clock, in the first instance, to maintain, to regain positive control over the airport compound,' Price said. 'This is something that our colleagues at the Department of Defense have been working urgently to reestablish for a couple reasons. One, to be able to resume U.S. Military flights… but importantly,...
    MEXICO CITY. Si there is good discipline and good work together, school “can become the safest place for our children,” said Delfina Gómez. In addition, the next return to face-to-face classes will allow students to socialize again and mitigate the stress and violence they may have suffered at home, said the Secretary of Education. In a conference at the National Palace, he announced ten measures that the school communities must follow as of August 30, such as establishing sanitary filters at home, entering the school and the classroom, using face masks and taking advantage of open spaces. Parents must sign a letter of commitment to stewardship if they decide to send their children to school. Our children need to have a friendly and conducive space to socialize; a shelter to reduce the stress and possible violence that they could suffer during long months of pandemic and confinement ”, he stressed. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador assured that they will act responsibly if there are infections. RETURN TO CLASSES WILL REDUCE STRESS AND VIOLENCE: SEP The imminent return to classes will...
    Despite having classified the Prostejov World Cup, Czech Republic, the U14 tennis team will not participate, due to the lack of guarantees for the return of the delegation due to the restrictions that apply to entry into the country. The boys who will be left without the World Cup due to the decision before the restrictions. (AAT). The tournament that will take place from August 2 was going to have the Argentine team made up of Valentín Garay, Romeo Arcuschin and Mateo Carballo, and captained by Gonzalo Presson. However, those who obtained their classification in the South American of Paraguay, which was played between June 21 and 26, will not occupy their place. In the continental tournament They had returned to the country just five days after the competition ended, suffering the same situation as different teams from different disciplines that represent the country around the world. Look also Despite the efforts initiated by the Argentine Tennis Association immediately after the South American so that the team could travel to Prostejov, The lack of guarantees for the...
    JK Rowling today called out a Twitter troll who tweeted a death threat at her by saying failed attempts to cancel her over comments she made about trans issues have left critics with 'only one place to go'. An account entitled 'Sam (Egocom Arc)' told the author last night: 'I wish you a nice pipe bomb in mailbox [sic]'. Ms Rowling bravely hit back and hailed her publishing success despite a barrage of social media hate. She wrote: 'To be fair, when you can't get a woman sacked, arrested or dropped by her publisher, and cancelling her only made her book sales go up, there's really only one place to go.' An account entitled 'Sam (Egocom Arc)' told the author last night: 'I wish you a nice pipe bomb in mailbox [sic]', prompting her to bravely hit back  Ms Rowling had in recent days been sent porn by zealots in the latest bid to punish her for speaking out on transgender issues. The 55-year-old author has faced ongoing accusations of transphobia after publishing a blog post in which she...
    How can we be sure that we’ve drifted into the Worst Possible Timeline? Because it’s always CPAC. Not content with one event in 2021, the Conservative Political Action Conference is on again, with CPAC Part 2, Eclectic Bugaboos now underway in Dallas.  Once upon a time, the History Channel actually had shows about history. The Science Channel had shows that tried to explain science. The Discovery Channel had programming that did not involve people redesigning a cottage, cabin, or breezy loft apartment. In each case, the people behind those platforms seem to have started out with high-minded ideals, with the intention of bringing knowledge to members of the public who were drawn to their channels by the implication behind the name. Then, somewhere along the line, they discovered that they could draw more eyeballs more cheaply with programming where wild-eyed commentators talked about ancient aliens, sincere plumbers spent their off hours searching for ghosts, and perky hosts convinced people that gluing straw to their walls was a good look. Maybe something similar happened with CPAC. At the very least, Republicans used to act...
    Dear MarketWatch, I have five years until I retire. I have a nest egg of $1 million and will also have a monthly military pension of approximately $6,000, and Social Security on top of that. I like cycling 60 miles a day and want to retire in a place that is known for good, safe cycling. I hate hot humid weather and don’t want a lot of snow. I love craft beer. And I would prefer a place with limited or no income tax on a military pension. Where should I retire? Fort Collins, Colorado, and Asheville, N.C., seem like good places, but the cost of living in Fort Collins seems above average, and I am told Asheville has a lack of housing. What other places should I consider and how do they compare with the two locations already mentioned? My wife likes the sound of “the Hill County in Texas,” but she knows the heat is bad. Charles Dear Charles, The Fort Collins and Asheville areas sound lovely. And popular places tend to be more expensive — that’s just...
    WITH Love Island returning to screens next week with 11 new sizzling singles looking for love, excitement is gearing up.  While previous series have caused shockwaves due the contestants demonstrating huge amounts of PDA, the 2021 series is set to be the most highly anticipated yet.  ???? Read our Love Island 2021 live blog for the latest updates 14Ex contestants reveal all the BTS secrets you don't seeCredit: ITV We’re ready for the ‘long, hot summer’ to get started and there’s a beauty queen, a semi-pro footballer and an inspirational PE teacher, who will all make their debut on Monday 28 June.  And ITV2 bosses have promised "more texts, fire pit gatherings and challenges" with "lots of twists and turns along the way, with shock recouplings, unexpected splits and dramatic exits". Ahead of the launch, we take a look at all the secrets behind the show the producers don’t want you to know including sneaky meals and the hidden place contestants go to have sex. CONDOMS ARE UNLIMITED  14All contestants had to have an STI test before entering the villa 14Finn confessed...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As the mayor tries to woo tourists back to New York City, a visitor from Colombia shared her cautionary tale after an unprovoked attack on the subway landed her in the hospital. The 27-year-old tourist asked CBS2 to conceal her identity. Through a translator, she described to reporter Christina Fan how a man terrorized her on a Queens-bound E train on Monday evening, poking her face before bashing her head with a glass bottle. “I don’t understand English, so I don’t understand what he was saying to me. But, he screamed really loud and he was telling me a lot of things and I was frozen,” she said. READ MORE: More Violence On Subways: Police Say Tourist Hit With Bottle, Man Slashed In Separate Attacks The victim said she tried to escape, but with the train in between stops near the Fifth Avenue and 53rd Street station, she was trapped. “He hit me with something in the head and then I put my hand on my head. Blood started running down. I was so afraid,” she said....
    CNN’s Jake Tapper questioned New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy about the Garden State keeping its indoor mask mandate for now. After the CDC announced new masking guidelines for vaccinated people to essentially shed masks in most circumstances, several states said they’re holding on for now, with Murphy saying the indoor mask mandate will remain in place right now. “The majority of New Jerseyans are still unvaccinated, and keeping this mandate in place in public settings protects you, your family, essential workers, and our entire community,” Murphy tweeted Monday. Tapper started by asking the governor, “Why did you decide to go against the CDC guidance and keep the indoor mask mandates in place for fully vaccinated people?” “I wouldn’t say necessarily against it,” Murphy responded. “We’re just not ready yet.” He talked about the serious death toll and number of covid cases New Jersey has faced in the past year, and said, “You’re asking somebody who is at the hardware store working there or in a retail or a grocery store to make the judgment on who’s vaccinated and who’s not....
    STICKNEY, Ill. (WLS) -- The Kentucky Derby is this weekend, and you don't have to make a trip to Churchill Downs to celebrate.Hawthorne Race Course is offering race fans a chance to bet in-person or from home.Indoor seating is available at Hawthorne's off-track betting parlors, but you need a reservation. Outdoor tents will be set up at many locations. Those are first-come, first-served.RELATED: Arlington Park's opening day takes 'final turn' amid COVID-19 pandemicYou can also place bets through the Club Hawthorne app.The founder of Hawthorne was a Derby-winning trainer and owner.
    Cuban-born businessman Maximo Alvarez, joined "Fox & Friends" on Friday, to discuss the Democrats' socialist policies, and warned the U.S. may head towards "communism" under the Biden presidency. BIDEN'S 100 DAYS IN OFFICE: IS AMERICA BACK OPEN? COVID OUTBREAK CHECK, STATUS OF SCHOOLS, MASK GUIDELINES MAXIMO ALVAREZ: It's very sad, but ever since the election, right after January the 20th, you've seen what's happened in this country with the signature of our new president, and it seems to me that everything that we're experiencing today, I never thought I would experience again, but it's happening too rapidly.  ... I heard it before, and the false empty promises. I thought I would never hear them again. The social injustice. The propaganda about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and they keep repeating over and over again the same things to the point that just like any pathological liar, will believe their own lies. They always tell you about things that are not true. They repeated enough. ... I learned as a young kid, my dad said it many times, if you lose this country, you have no place...
    SAN FRANCISCO – While the COVID-19 crisis is playing out throughout the world, another crisis is unfolding on the streets of San Francisco, a cycle of addiction and overdose deaths that have claimed more lives than COVID in the city. Tuesday, Mayor London Breed announced a first of its kind program to try and slow the crisis. READ MORE: Study: Sediment, Tidal Marshes Are Key To Protecting Bay Area From Rising Sea Levels The concept is called a sobering center and it would be a place for people to safely come off their high and access much more help, not to mention reducing pressure from overcrowded emergency rooms dealing with meth induced psychosis. An empty office building at 1076 Howard Street will become the city’s first drug sobering center. “Just because we don’t want to see them, doesn’t mean they go away. We can’t keep doing things the same way we’ve done them and expect to get a different result,” said Mayor London Breed. Dr. Grant Colfax says the sobering center could be a key puzzle...
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- There's plenty of cool places to explore in the city of Riverside. We caught up with some locals who shared some of their go-to places for relaxation and tranquility. "I've been living here about 20 years now. The schools, the communities, our family friendships that we've formed is probably my favorite thing about this area," said Heather Serrano, a Riverside resident. "I really like to go to the Fairmount Park. Our family likes to ride bikes."Fairmount Park has a beautiful lake, areas for bike riding and a playground for children. "My favorite things in Riverside are the UCR Botanical Gardens. It's open to the public, and they have just different agricultural specimens, a variety of different plants," said Belen Buenrrostro, a Riverside resident. "They also have like little benches where you can relax."From hiking Mount Rubidoux to discovering street art installations, such as Mariposa Alley behind City Hall, Riverside has something for everyone."Another place to check out is the Mission Inn Hotel. There's so much history in there. There's a national landmark; previous presidents have stayed...
    THE Isle of Wight festival WILL go ahead this year but has been moved to September from its usual summer date. The annual event was cancelled last year due to Covid pandemic to the dismay of music lovers. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 7Isle of Wight festival could take place still this yearCredit: Getty - Contributor But with Reading and Leeds Festival now scheduled to go ahead this year, organisers have confirmed the three-day weekender will also take place. The event has been moved from its usual dates in June to September 16 and 19. Huge headliners such as Lewis Capaldi and Lionel Ritchie have already been lined up to perform this year. A statement from the organisers said: "The Isle of Wight Festival is a summer staple and two years without being together on the island is too long. "That's why we're so excited to announce that we're moving the festival to 16th - 19th September 2021. "We're thrilled to be able to welcome everyone to the island in September. "We're aiming to...
    Native New Yorkers all know about Ben's Kosher Deli & Restaurant and Caterers and have visited at least one of the family-owned businesses' seven locations. A mainstay for the past 37 years, Ben's is the type of place where you go for the bowl of steaming matzo ball soup or giant stacked pastrami sandwich. Ben's, which has three locations on Long Island -- Carle Place, Greenvale, and Woodbury -- is also a lot more than sandwiches and soup. It's the type of place you can go for a turkey dinner, or maybe a Sunday prime rib with all the fixings.  And if you're having a party, it's also the go-to place for platters of yummy foods and desserts to fill those bare tables. All of the meals are freshly prepared in a kosher kitchen and served up in an authentic New York delicatessen style. Once you visit you soon realize that people like the place so much they know each other's name, and Ben, the owner even has a blog to keep customers updated on what he's thinking about and...
    Actress Gina Carano, recently fired from the cast of “The Mandalorian,” isn’t going the apology route favored by many celebrities who run afoul of cancel culture. Instead, she’s taking aim at the executives at Disney+ and Lucasfilm who booted her two weeks ago, calling them “bullies,” Deadline reported. “I’ve been through so much, and I’ve seen so much now, clearly, of the bullying that’s been taking place, and I saw it before,” Carano reportedly tells conservative commentator Ben Shapiro of “The Daily Wire” in her first interview since being ousted, which will air on his show Sunday. “I’m not the only one that’s ever been bullied by this company, and I know that so deeply.” She added, “I could share a story which would turn things around in the media but I can’t because it would sell out a friend. … Everyone is afraid of losing their job.” Carano, 38, who played bounty hunter Cara Dune in the first two seasons of “The Mandalorian, was fired from the show for her controversial social media posts. Social media posts made by...
    13 Investing Rules You Should Break During the Pandemic Heres Everything New From the Fast & Furious 9 Super Bowl Trailer Stock Expert Issues Rare "Home Run Buy" Alert Ad The Motley Fool Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life Don't Go to This One Place After Getting Vaccinated, Doctors Warn We're all eager to return to normal as soon as possible after nearly a year of the pandemic upending our daily lives. But even though vaccines are now being administered, we're still months away from beginning to feel the effects in a way that would make it safe enough to resume some of our former everyday activities and go back to the spots we've stayed away from for a year. Specifically, according to experts, it's still a mistake to visit one place in particular after getting vaccinated, as hard as it may be: nursing homes. Read on to see why you shouldn't rush back to reunite with your older friends and family members,...
    LEICESTER, England (AP) — Leicester missed the chance to move above Manchester United into second place in the Premier League by losing 3-1 at home to Leeds, for whom striker Patrick Bamford scored one goal and set up the other two on Sunday. Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds recovered from conceding the opening goal of the game to Harvey Barnes in the 13th minute by equalizing two minutes later through Stuart Dallas and adding goals after halftime from Bamford and then Jack Harrison on a counterattack. Bamford now has 11 goals this campaign and is starting to dispel his reputation as a wasteful finisher. His goal against Leicester was excellent, collecting the ball after being played in on the left of the penalty area and smashing a fierce shot into the far top corner. It was only Leicester’s second league loss since Nov. 30 and kept Brendan Rodgers’ team in third place — when it could have moved two points behind leader Man City. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may...
    MARSEILLE, France (AP) — Andre Villas-Boas is preparing to leave Marseille at the end of the season, the Portuguese coach said Friday. After a strong start to the season, Marseille has dropped down to sixth place. The team is 13 points behind second-place Lille and an automatic Champions League spot, and 11 behind third-place Lyon. Villas-Boas was asked if he’ll go when his contract ends in June. “Of course, yes, I think so. Given the position that we’re in, that’s fairly normal,” Villas-Boas said ahead of Saturday’s game against Rennes. “It goes against what the directors are saying, but it will be the end.” The Portuguese coach guided Marseille to a second-place finish last season in his first season in charge, but he does not expect to be offered a new deal given the current situation. “I don’t think it’s possible. Look, we’re a massive distance away from the podium (top three positions). I’m not going to contest that,” he said. “Next season will be a year zero for the club, a total cleaning up. It’s good to create solid...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has taken to Instagram to show off his new left hook. The 31-year-old is preparing to take part in one of the biggest bouts in British boxing history, when he fights Tyson Fury later this year. 3Joshua is hard at work in the gymCredit: Instagram / @anthonyjoshua 3AJ showed off his brutal punching power on social mediaCredit: Instagram / @anthonyjoshua AJ is considered by some as the match-up's underdog - with Mike Tyson claiming that his 'telegraphed' punches are a 'recipe for disaster' against the Gypsy King. Joshua is having none of it, however, and took to social media to show off his explosive power. He captioned a video of himself throwing vicious left hooks at a pad: "If it ain't the upper cut it'll be the left hook..." While Joshua is hard at work in the gym, his promoter Eddie Hearn is putting in a similar amount of effort in getting the fight contract sorted. The 41-year-old Matchroom supremo is locked in talks with Frank Warren and Bob Arum over getting details ironed out. And according to...
    During an appearance on Wednesday’s broadcast of NewsmaxTV’s “Greg Kelly Reports,” Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) followed up on her oped headlined “The Republican Party Has Failed America, And Here’s How It Needs To Change Now,” which was published on The Federalist website earlier this month. Noem told host Greg Kelly the GOP had not followed up on its promises on repealing ObamaCare and immigration. “Leadership has consequences, and we saw a Democratic leadership play out in our cities in our country in 2020 — violence, mobs, rioting, looting, lack of enforcement of laws,” she said. “That’s Democrat leadership on display. In that Federalist piece, I talked extensively about Republicans, what we haven’t followed through on and what we need to do in the future. We said we would reform health care, repeal ObamaCare. We have not done that. We said we would deal with immigration. We have not done that. There’s a lot of different promises that we’ve made to the American people that we just have not had the fortitude to pursue and actually get into place and impact...
    WAYNE Lineker is currently causing a stir in Celebs Go Dating, but it's definitely a change of scene for the Ibiza club owner. And when he's not in the E4 show's stunning Surrey mansion, he has an incredible London pad to call home. 13Wayne Lineker has a stunning London pad to call home Wayne, 58, has made the move back to the UK after his Ibiza clubs were forced to shut down over the current Coronavirus pandemic. But it's not all bad for the father-of-four who is currently enjoying a series of dates on the popular E4 dating show. The multi-millionaire is single after calling off his engagement to 26-year-old model Danielle Sanhu in November 2019 - the pair were together for four years. Wayne clearly has a liking for monochrome, as black and white prints fill his riverside home in the capital. 13He has a love for black and white printsCredit: Instagram 13The kitchen continues the themeCredit: Instagram 13The landing features chequered tilingCredit: Instagram From a simple hanging with the word 'LOVE' to a sentimental snap of him cradling...
    New York : The place had no fire alarms, no smoke detectors, and no water sprinklers. Photo: Elijah Nouvelage / . This Friday a man from the San Francisco Bay area, who was the lead tenant of an Oakland winery turned art collective, pleaded guilty to the 2016 manslaughter of 36 people. Derick Almena, from San Francisco, faced a charge for each of the people who died in the shed for which he was responsible in 2016 known as Ghost ship, after starting a fire in the middle of a party that was taking place in the facilities. Almena pleaded guilty to avoid a second trial, as one he faced between 2017 and 2019 ended with a divided jury with no verdict for him and with his partner, Max Harris, acquitted. Master Tenant Pleads Guilty to Involuntary Manslaughter in Ghost Ship Fire https://t.co/M16fDQ1p1h – mlevenson (@mlevenson) January 22, 2021 The Prosecutor’s Office assured in the case against Almena that he had allowed several people to live inside the place with expensive buildings and hazardous materials,...
    Five years after achieving the unthinkable, Leicester is back atop the Premier League and making another improbable run at the title. For big-spending Chelsea and its under-pressure manager, Frank Lampard, any ambitions of winning the league already appear to be dashed. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Leicester beat Chelsea 2-0 on Tuesday to jump above the two Manchester clubs, United and City, and reach the midway stage of its league campaign in first place. Even if its latest time at the summit lasts just one night — City and United are both in action on Wednesday, after all — Leicester is showing it means business again. Just like in the 2015-16 season, when the team managed by Claudio Ranieri famously delivered one of the biggest underdog triumphs in sporting history to win the league at odds of 5,000-1. Wilfred Ndidi and James Maddison scored first-half goals to help Leicester extend its unbeaten run in the league to six games, the last three all being wins. Chelsea was carved open time and again at the King Power Stadium...
    Since the previous time that Google Maps redesigned its interface, it had a tab at the bottom called Trayectos, with information about the route to go to places marked as home and work, and little else. In December, Google announced that this tab would change to ‘Go’, more versatile and one central place to see all your favorite routes. The Go tab does the job of a control panel where you can see the traffic and what time you will arrive at all the places you have set, in addition to starting the route to one of these places with the push of a button. Your frequent routes, always at hand One of the most useful functions of Google Maps is routes and navigation. There are a myriad of ways to start a route on Google Maps, from asking the Google Assistant to pressing Start on a place’s tab or typing in the origin and destination. The Go tab at the bottom of the interface serves as one central place for all your favorite routes. From here you can see...
    With the streets still and shrouded in darkness, Alicia Infante hops in her car and makes the 100-mile round-trip journey from East San Jose to San Francisco. It’s 5 a.m. Infante needs to purchase a dozen bundles of flowers from the San Francisco Flower Mart and haul them to her shop in East San Jose before opening up for another long and quiet shift. “It’s hard but it’s the only way to get more profit,” Infante said. When customers stopped coming into Infante’s Boost Mobile store and her adjoining La Herradura clothing shop as frequently as they once did, the 39-year-old business owner began teaching herself how to make floral arrangements and balloon bouquets. She launched a new business venture, Magnolia Flowers, and cleared out a section of her clothing shop to make room for the additional revenue source. Even so, Infante, a single mother of three, is barely making enough money to get by. Across Santa Clara County, Latino residents are now becoming infected with the virus at more than quadruple the rate of White residents, according to county...
    A look at what’s happening around European soccer on Tuesday: ENGLAND Leicester can be the latest team to take first place in the Premier League with a win at home to Chelsea. Three points would lift Brendan Rodgers’ third-place team above Manchester City and current leader Manchester United, at least until Wednesday when the Manchester clubs are back in action. Leicester has only lost one of its last 10 games in all competitions. Chelsea is down in seventh after just two wins from its last seven league games. West Bromwich Albion, which is in next-to-last place, looks to win back-to-back games for the first time this season when it visits West Ham. In the FA Cup, third-tier Shrewsbury heads to Southampton for a rearranged third-round match without its manager, Steve Cotterill, who is in the hospital as he recovers from COVID-19. The original game was postponed because of a coronavirus outbreak in the Shrewsbury squad. SPAIN Sevilla can move into fourth place with a win at Alavés, which is coming off two straight league losses and a demoralizing 5-0...
    CAGLIARI, Sardinia (AP) — Zlatan Ibrahimović scored twice to help 10-man AC Milan win 2-0 at Cagliari on Monday and reclaim first place outright in Serie A. Ibrahimović converted a first-half penalty and doubled his tally early in the second period. They were his first goals since his recent return from injury, taking his tally to 12 in eight league matches. Milan substitute Alexis Saelemaekers was sent off after picking up two yellow cards in quick succession shortly after coming off the bench. Milan moved three points clear of second-place Inter Milan. The two play each other in the league on Feb. 21. Ibrahimović had played the final few minutes of Milan’s last league match in his first appearance since Nov. 22 and also started last week’s cup match — both against Torino. The 39-year-old Swede won and converted a penalty in the seventh minute in Sardinia after being barged over by Cagliari defender Charalampos Lykogiannis. Ibrahimović had missed three of his last seven spot kicks. Davide Calabria hit the post before setting up Milan’s second, seven minutes into the...
    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Real Madrid took a one-point lead at the top of the Spanish league with a 2-0 win over Celta Vigo on Saturday. Second-place Atlético Madrid has played three fewer matches than Madrid and will have the chance to return to the top when it visits Alavés on Sunday. Marco Asensio crossed to the far post for Lucas Vázquez to head in Madrid’s opener in the sixth minute. Vázquez then set up his fellow forward for Asensio to double the lead in the 53rd. Celta had arrived at Madrid’s Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium as one of the hottest teams in Spain. But Vázquez and Asensio punished Celta for its aggressive pressure which left too much space on the flanks. It was the first loss in seven rounds for Celta since former player Eduardo Coudet took over as coach in November. Celta remained in eighth place. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    By FRANCES D'EMILIO, Associated Press ROME (AP) — A fast-food eatery at Pompeii has been excavated, helping to reveal dishes that were popular for the citizens of the ancient Roman city who were partial to eating out. Pompeii Archaeological Park’s longtime chief, Massimo Osanna said Saturday that while some 80 such fast-foods have been found at Pompeii, it is the first time such a hot-food-drink eatery — known as a thermopolium — was completely unearthed. A segment of the fast-food counter was partially dug up in 2019 during work to shore up Pompeii's oft-crumbling ruins. Since then, archaeologists kept digging, revealing a multi-sided-counter, with typical wide holes inserted into its top. The countertop held deep vessels for hot foods, not unlike soup containers nestled into modern-day salad bars. Plant and animal specialists are still analyzing remains from the site, with its counter frescoed with a figure of an undersea nymph astride a horse. Images of two upside-down mallards and a rooster, whose plumage was painted with the typical vivid color known as Pompeiian red, also brightened the eatery and likely...
    ROME (AP) — A fast-food eatery at Pompeii has been excavated, helping to reveal dishes that were popular for the citizens of the ancient Roman city who were partial to eating out. Pompeii Archaeological Park’s longtime chief, Massimo Osanna said Saturday that while some 80 such fast-foods have been found at Pompeii, it is the first time such a hot-food-drink eatery — known as a thermopolium — was completely unearthed. A segment of the fast-food counter was partially dug up in 2019 during work to shore up Pompeii’s oft-crumbling ruins. Since then, archaeologists kept digging, revealing a multi-sided-counter, with typical wide holes inserted into its top. The countertop held deep vessels for hot foods, not unlike soup containers nestled into modern-day salad bars. Plant and animal specialists are still analyzing remains from the site, with its counter frescoed with a figure of an undersea nymph astride a horse. Images of two upside-down mallards and a rooster, whose plumage was painted with the typical vivid color known as Pompeiian red, also brightened the eatery and likely served to...
    Christina Milian didn’t get all glammed up for nothing. The actress and singer took to Instagram on Friday to share a picture of herself wearing tiny shorts and a long sweatshirt as she posed on a dock beside a calm body of water. With her hair and makeup on point, Milian wrote that she looked like the phrase “all glammed up with no place to go” personified. Milian tagged the brand PrettyLittleThing in the caption, continuing her work as a brand ambassador for the popular fashion company. But the work into looking so good wasn’t all going to waste. The social media snap captured some viral attention, racking up more than 35,000 likes in a little more than an hour and attracting scores of gushing compliments for outfit and her glam look. “True beauty,” one person wrote. “Even on your basic days bestie still slayssss,” added another. Others noted that the pregnant star was looking particularly good. “You look fabulous. Your are definitely glowing,” commented another. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Christina Milian (@christinamilian) ...
    Six people have been shot, including one struck by a stray bullet in his own bathroom, after a party in Ohio last night. Toledo police said the shootings took place near an after-hours club at 2am on Thanksgiving. The incident took place on Stickney Avenue and E. Hudson Street and none of the injuries are life-threatening. Six people have been shot, including one struck by a stray bullet in his own bathroom, after a party on Stickney Avenue and E. Hudson Street (pictured) last night One man, who lives on E. Hudson Street, was in his own house when he was struck by a stray bullet. He got up to use the bathroom when he was shot, authorities on the scene said. The second victim was found shot inside another home on the street. The other shootings took place at the late-night club, police said, although the timeline remains unclear. All victims and witnesses have so far remained uncooperative with Toledo investigators. Toledo police said the shootings took place near an after-hours club at 2am on Thanksgiving (file image)...
    Deaths soar to unseen levels Combat fatigue: Doctors, nurses worn down Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life The CDC Is Now Warning You Not to Go to This One Place Whether it's recommending that people wear face masks, practice social distancing, or wash their hands regularly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) advice has helped keep millions of Americans informed on the best decisions amid the pandemic. Their latest tip, however, means one place is off limits: The CDC has just warned that it's too dangerous for anyone to visit Mexico at the moment, citing a spike in COVID cases there. Read on for more on the latest warning, and for other recent coronavirus developments, know that These Will Be the Very First People to Get the COVID Vaccine, CDC Says. In a travel advisory issued on Nov. 21, the top infectious disease agency announced that "travelers should...
    LONDON (AP) — Jose Mourinho got the better of Pep Guardiola in the latest chapter of the two coaches’ rivalry as Tottenham beat Manchester City 2-0 Saturday to go top of the English Premier League. Tottenham took the lead in the fifth minute when both of City’s center-backs followed Harry Kane. That opened up plenty of space for Son Heung-min to pick up a lobbed pass from Tanguy Ndombele and score. City had an overwhelming share of possession but accomplished little with it except for a disallowed goal for Aymeric Laporte after Gabriel Jesus controlled the ball with his arm in the buildup. Giovani Lo Celso stretched Tottenham’s lead less than 30 seconds after coming off the bench when Kane played him in to score on a 65th-minute counter-attack. Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris reacted quickly to keep out Laporte’s header late on. Third-place Leicester can move above Tottenham if it beats fourth-place Liverpool on Sunday. Man City is eight points off Tottenham. ___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material...
    Getty Images Google says it knows best times to visit places like coffee shops, pharmacies, grocery stores, restaurants and parks if you want to avoid crowds. The data is pulled from Google Maps, which can already show you how busy a place is before you visit. It's pretty general and will vary depending on where you live and the store or restaurant you're planning to visit. But, here's when Google says is the best time to visit certain places if you don't want to be around a lot of other people: Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwardsGoogle Maps Trends: Popular TimesGoogle Coffee shops: Least busy on Tuesdays at 4 p.m., most busy on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Pharmacies: Least busy on Mondays at 9 a.m., most busy on Fridays at 3 p.m. Grocery stores: Least busy on Mondays at 8 a.m., most busy on Saturdays between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. Restaurants: Least busy on Tuesdays at 3 p.m., most busy on Fridays at 6 p.m. Parks: Least busy on weekdays at 7 a.m., most busy on Saturday at 4 p.m....
    One of the major focuses of the 2020 election was the difference between how Joe Biden and Donald Trump would approach the coronavirus crisis. The current president has received serious criticism for his handling of the pandemic — which he absurdly declared many times before the election the U.S. was “rounding the turn” on and that the media would stop covering it on November 4th. During his Friday press conference on the Pfizer vaccine breakthrough, Trump railed against the idea of a national lockdown amid rising case numbers and hospitalizations, and took a shot at Biden (but caught himself before saying “the next administration.”) On Sunday, ABC News’ Martha Raddatz spoke with Dr. Atul Gawande about the U.S. pandemic response and the lack of briefings they’re receiving during this key transition period. “It is in the nation’s interest that the transition team get the threat assessments that the team knows about, understand the vaccine distribution plans. We need to know where the stockpiles are, what the status is of the masks and gloves. There’s a lot of information that needs...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday threw some cold water on hopes that a coronavirus stimulus bill may get done in the near future with comments that indicated the price tag Democrats are demanding for the legislation is still too high for Senate Republicans.  There had been speculation that after the presidential election some of the political pressure would lift off of both sides and lead to compromise. Democrats in the weeks before the election were asking for about $1 trillion more than Senate Republicans were willing to spend. And when Republicans attempted to advance smaller, sub-$1 trillion stimulus bills in the Senate, Democrats would filibuster.  That situation, according to McConnell, R-Ky., does not appear to have changed.  "This is a red alert, an all-hands-on-deck, and it should have been a long time ago," she said. "The president and the Republicans in Congress have ignored by delay, distortion, denial... And what are they doing now, continuing to ignore in spite of these numbers, that should be so compelling, that are an imperative for us to act upon this." The Thursday comments come after...
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