This mini ebike is almost perfect for its price

Most ebikes are just too big.

At least, that’s how I always feel whenever I get a new ebike to review. They arrive in a giant box, take up too much space in a small Brooklyn apartment, and are a pain to maneuver around narrow hallways. This is compounded by the fact many ebikes under $2,000 weigh over 60 pounds, at least if you want decent battery capacity and powerful motor.

Mind you, I’m 6

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Karavel Shoes Donates 3D Face Masks to Schools, Famous Footwear and Coach Make Big Donations + More

Aug. 11, 2020: Fashion-comfort retailer Karavel Shoes in Austin, Texas, is doing its part in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. The family-owned business is in the process of printing 1,200 3D face shields to be donated to staff working in 15 schools located in low-income neighborhoods in Austin. The store also hired three high school students to work on the project. In addition, said Karavel owner Rick Ravel, the store will be selling

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Bed Bath & Beyond has a new College From Home shop for virtual-learning students

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While everyone is adjusting to a new normal by wearing face masks every day, the global pandemic has also brought on other new challenges, which include virtual remote learning for some schools and

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The 10 best places to order seafood online

There's nothing fishy about this.
There’s nothing fishy about this.

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It’s August now, and I’ve only used my grill three times. As a pescatarian, I usually opt for a veggie burger and some corn, but last weekend while staying with my boyfriend’s parents we had a dinner of homemade pita and delicious smoked salmon, I’ve been thinking about it ever since.

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The Eight Best Outdoor Fire Pits to Add to Your Backyard or Patio, According to Thousands of Reviews

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Whether you want to sit around the fire to keep warm in the fall or roast marshmallows for s’mores in the summer, an outdoor fire pit can instantly transform your backyard into a cozy oasis. And since we’re all still spending so much time at home, it’s important to make your space as comfortable as possible—that’s one reason why you should invest in a fire pit.

While wood-burning fire pits

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7 Dads on How They’re Coping With Unemployment

The unemployment rate in America is at an all-time high. Depending on whose numbers you trust, the pandemic has pushed between 18 and 30 million Americans out of the workforce. And these concerning numbers aren’t exclusive to the U.S. The COVID pandemic has made jobs disappear across the globe, in industries ranging from photography to farming and financial work. Millions are struggling. Coping with unemployment is never easy. 

Women have lost the majority of

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So You Want to Play ‘Magic: The Gathering’

Photo credit: Greg Staples / Wizards of the Coast
Photo credit: Greg Staples / Wizards of the Coast

From Popular Mechanics

In August 1993, Richard Garfield and Wizards of the Coast released the Alpha set of Magic: The Gathering. Eighty-four expansions and 25 years later, Magic has grown into a cultural behemoth and remains the original inspiration for many of the collectible card games that followed, from Yu-gi-oh to Hearthstone.

But like Wizards’ other storied fantasy game—Dungeons & Dragons—all that history comes

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Black scientists, physicians are using hashtags to uplift

Black scientists are embracing the hashtag movement that forced the nation to take a hard look at systemic racism.

As #BlackLivesMatter remains a rallying cry across the country, Black researchers and physicians are using tags including #BlackBirdersWeek, #BlackInAstro, #BlackInNeuro and #BlackInChem to lift up the achievements of their peers and call out the discrimination they face on a daily basis.

Racism has long been an issue in academia. Black scientists report high rates of both

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Nordstrom Anniversary Sale: Kids style deals

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The 2020 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale arrives just in time for back to school shopping. You can preview the sale online now, and start shopping if you have a Nordstrom

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Britain presses France to halt ‘unacceptable’ migrant crossings

A British minister on Tuesday pressed France to intensify efforts to halt the “completely unacceptable” numbers of migrants crossing the English Channel in often unseaworthy small boats.

Immigration Minister Chris Philp met French officials in Paris as concern grows in London over the numbers of migrants entering British waters from France.

“French authorities are doing a great deal of work… but the sheer numbers crossing the Channel are completely unacceptable. Unacceptable to the French government

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Should students get a discount if they won’t be on campus because of COVID-19?

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COVID-19 has caused colleges to spend more to cope with the pandemic. elenaleonova/GettyImages

Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand why. After all, they were not getting the football and basketball games, student clubs, access to labs and the library and the out-of-class conversations that are all part of the typical campus experience.

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New Audi S3 introduced with 310-horsepower turbo four

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Audi continued its model offensive by introducing the European-spec version of the next-generation S3. Unveiled online, it offers more power than its predecessor, a sharper-looking design, and better in-car technology.

Again offered as a hatchback named Sportback and as a sedan, the S3 is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged to 310 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. For context, the outgoing model’s 2.0-liter engine posted figures of 288 and

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Why one mother loves her Allform sofa

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We had one of those couches that was just… rank. The kids were relentless: My 4-year-old often asked me, “Mommy, why is our couch falling apart?” — as he

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Nine things we learned about Prince Harry and Meghan as Finding Freedom is released

A good luck call to the Queen, the true story of Meghan’s engagement ring change, and Archie’s musical classes have all been revealed in a new book about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family is the long-awaited book about the couple’s life in the Royal Family, providing what some have said is their side of the story.

While there have been reports

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Lucid Air Full-Sized Luxury EV Will Have an Astounding 517-Mile Range

From Autoweek

Lucid, one of the few electric car makers that looks like it’ll actually produce an electric car, announced this morning that it expects to get a range of 517 miles when the EPA certifies the range of its luxury car later this year.


That is way more range than any competitor, even Tesla. Back in 2017 when we got a ride around Las Vegas in an early build of the Air, Lucid

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Bobblehaus Makes the Colorful and Comfy Clothes That Our Quarantine Closets Crave

All while keeping the planet’s wellbeing in mind.

What do you wear when you’re looking for a memorable ‘fit for a socially-distant outdoor activity? More often than not, it’s a brightly-colored set that boasts a fun pattern and easily moves with you. Bobblehaus, a new New York-based label launched by two Chinese-Americans this past spring, ticks those boxes, all while keeping the planet’s wellbeing in mind and building a community that embraces interactive ways of

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Belarus Opposition Candidate Flees as Protest Crackdown Deepens

(Bloomberg) — Opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya fled Belarus as police cracked down on protesters across the country for the second night following President Alexander Lukashenko’s claim to a landslide election victory in Sunday’s elections.

“I thought this campaign had hardened me a lot and given me enough strength to withstand anything. But probably I’m still that weak woman I was at the start,” she said in an emotional video posted on YouTube Tuesday.

“God forbid

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Beyond basketball, life in NBA’s anti-coronavirus ‘bubble’ tests players in many ways

LeBron James had just finished a 30-minute workout and lay on the court wearing sweatpants just a shade darker than the gray in his beard. From a pocket he pulled out a plastic wristband imprinted with a Lakers logo and the outline of Mickey Mouse.

It’s called a MagicBand. For tourists visiting Walt Disney World, it is a way to get around, pay for things and get into one’s hotel room. For the inhabitants of

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CES 2021 Looks Set to Be All-Online in Wake of COVID-19

Anyone interested in product design has likely heard of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) traditionally held in famous Las Vegas, Nevada. Unfortunately, the event’s organizers have recently announced that the 2021 edition of the show would look much different than in years past. Not just figuratively or literally speaking, but virtually, taking on an all-digital format in the wake of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

Promotional graphic for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Promotional graphic for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in
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2021 Porsche 911 Targa: Best of Both Worlds?

From Autoweek

In theory, a Targa body style gives you more chassis stiffness and less weight than a convertible, but still lets the sunshine in. And it’s true, the 2021 Porsche 911 Targa is 44 pounds less than the 911 convertible, but it still weighs about 200 pounds(!) more than the hardtop, most of which is the automatic mechanical top. Why not go with a no-machinery, one-piece pop top? That’s not what well-heeled 911 fans

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