Day: October 23, 2020

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The Best Mattress Toppers For Every Sleep Style & Preference

While new pillows or a new set of sheets can do a lot to improve how you sleep at night, those small changes aren’t always enough if there are bigger issues at play, like bad alignment or chronic pain. Of course a new mattress from one of the best brands would certainly overhaul your sleeping experience, but that kind of investment isn’t always on the table. Instead, consider choosing one of the best mattress

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The other public health crisis

According to prominent medical doctors, we are in the midst of “the biggest public health challenge of the 21st century.” But it’s not the one you think.

The toll of the COVID-19 pandemic is enormous and devastating. But the public health impacts of climate change could be vastly greater. 

Dr. Jonathan Patz from the University of Wisconsin commented that the effect of climatic extremes from excessive heat and related worker stress are “bread and butter

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How to Make Your Home a Happy Place in the Winter

As soon as September hits each year, I start to pacify my symptoms of seasonal affective disorder with interior design choices to brighten my space, and hope that, in turn, brightens my mood (hello, evergreen Christmas decorations). And given the looming pandemic winter, which poses to keep many confined to their house, knowing how to make your home a happy place is absolutely a self-care move.

So with days literally getting darker, let’s brighten

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How to host a holiday office party on Zoom

There are plenty of things companies can do virtually, but the key this year is to give back and make employees feel appreciated, party planners said.

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The venues may be different—very different this year—but it’s still possible to host a fun and engaging holiday office party on Zoom. From virtual trivia contests and wine tastings to cooking demos and scavenger hunts, companies just need to be a little more creative this year, and

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Time Magazine Makes History For What’s NOT On The Cover

Time magazine removed its large “TIME” logo from the cover for the first time ever to make a point.

In advance of the Nov. 3 election, the publication replaced the logo with the word “VOTE” on its Nov. 2 issue. A woman wearing a bandana as a mask partially covers the surprise design. 

“To mark this historic moment, arguably as consequential a decision as any of us has ever made at the ballot box, we

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Holding Big Oil accountable; Protect Liberty State Park; Jersey City council got housing ordinance right | Letters

Momentum rising against Big Oil

Ed Potosnak is right (“More NJ cities should follow Hoboken’s lead, sue Big Oil”). ExxonMobil and other Big Oil companies deserve to be held accountable for misleading the public for decades about the climate change damages they knew their products would cause.

However, he understated the growing nationwide level of support for such efforts. To date, more than 20 municipalities across the country have filed lawsuits against Exxon and other

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Indianapolis sports broadcaster Jake Query has massive heart attack

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Dr. Oz discusses the widowmaker in the show “This is Us.”

INDIANAPOLIS – His old childhood friend Mac Engel was in town and Jake Query had a 6 p.m. date at the Blind Owl Brewery on Thursday to catch up. The two sat down with Query’s girlfriend, Shannon Walsh, and started in with the jokes, the jabs and the reminiscing.

 “We’re sitting there and my whole arm felt like… the best way I can

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Discovery Baddie Negan-Like? Was Lovecraft Twist Too Easy? Is Conners’ Dan Anti-Masks? And More Qs

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Lovecraft Country, The Conners, The Bold and the Beautiful and Star Trek: Discovery!

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1 | Helstrom viewers: Did you ever find yourself distracted by how much Sydney Lemmon, in her Ana get-up, bears a resemblance to Outlander‘s Caitriona Balfe? And in the season finale (SPOILER

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Sweet Treat of the Week: fresh bagels in Bay City

A stint in California at the tender age of 21 led to a robust online business, and three brick and mortar locations for a popular Bay City coffee shop. Populace Coffee has expanded, grown, and changed over the past ten years, and owners Justis and Andrew Heppner couldn’t be prouder.

“My husband and I started Populace Coffee, the roasting side of the business, ten years ago,” Justis said. “We opened up a little roaster here

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Celebrating Black Joy With ‘Art Is Revolution’

When there’s plenty to be sad, angry, stressed and fearful about, the concept of joy can be revolutionary. It’s part of a collection of restorative themes that Danielle Elise, founder of the All Black Creatives foundation and agency, selected for “Art Is Revolution,” a virtual 3D exhibit highlighting innovative Black artists.

“Black joy is one of my favorite things to see and celebrate,” said Elise, curator of “Art Is Revolution.” “The theme for this week

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GMC publishes early design sketches of the 2022 Hummer EV

Excitement filled the room when GMC asked its designers to resurrect the Hummer in April 2019, but a tinge of uneasiness permeated the department after executives locked in an early 2020 unveiling date. Luckily, stylists knew what they wanted early on in the development phase, and preliminary design sketches give us a fascinating look at how they shaped the electric off-roader that ended up making its global debut online in October 2020.

Hummer, the brand,

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The case against Google is good, no matter what Trump had to do with it.

Google's offices stand in downtown Manhattan on October 20, 2020 in New York City. Accusing the company of using anticompetitive tactics to illegally monopolize the online search and search advertising markets, the Justice Department and 11 states Tuesday filed an antitrust case against Google. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
The man walking in front of this office cannot complete with Google search, nor can anyone else.
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The antitrust reckoning for Big Tech might finally be happening, after years of promises, threats, and press leaks. This week, the Department of Justice hauled Google into court. And as with almost everything he touches, Donald Trump might have seriously jeopardized it.

I hope that despite the stain of uncertainty that now darkens all Trump

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Denver Most Expensive Homes for Sale October 2020

Over the summer, the average cost of a single family home in Denver blew past $600,000, propelled by strong demand and a limited market. Moreover, the October trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors maintains that sales of luxury properties — those valued at more than $1 million — remain brisk, too.

Still, all pricey pads are not moving quickly. Our look at the five most expensive homes available for purchase right now

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I love luxury hotels, but rented an RV and lived to tell the tale



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My idea of camping is when a hotel surprises my kids with an adorable tent pitched inside the bedroom.

I hate bugs, being hot, sticky, staying in cramped quarters or sleeping on anything other than a mattress. I’ll happily go hiking, make some

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HotRate.com relaunches its website with fresh rebranding and focuses on user experience.

Emerging electronics site hotrate.com receives a fresh new design and has added functionality to help the user find the best product faster and easier.

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Hotrate.com has just relaunched its website with a new user interface and a better user experience. The website’s redesign is aimed at helping online shoppers find their ideal products easily. HotRate is a growing hub for consumers who are looking to get the best products

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Generation Z is age group most likely to request home improvements from landlord, poll finds

61 per cent of those polled intend to change their home decor in the next 12 months (iStock)
61 per cent of those polled intend to change their home decor in the next 12 months (iStock)

Renters from Generation Z are the most likely to request their landlord make home improvements, a poll claims.

Nearly half of the 18-to-24-year-old group polled on behalf of online letting agent Mashrooms had asked their landlords to allow them to make home improvements, while 49 also wanted their current homes spruced up.

Some 61 per cent also

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Mansion in San Francisco’s Famously High-End Presidio Terrace Enclave Lists for $20 Million

The mansion sits on the western side of the cul-de-sac and enjoys dramatic views of the Byzantine-style architecture of the domed Temple Emanu-El synagogue next door to the private community.


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One of the three-dozen mansions that make up San Francisco’s highly affluent Presidio Terrace enclave has hit the market for $20 million, placing it among the priciest homes for sale in the city, Mansion Global has learned.

The quiet

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Neither slippery Biden nor frenetic Trump moves the needle

President TrumpDonald John TrumpMore than 300 military family members endorse Biden Five takeaways from the final Trump-Biden debate Biden: ‘I would transition from the oil industry’ MORE got one thing right in the final debate: Joe BidenJoe BidenMore than 300 military family members endorse Biden Five takeaways from the final Trump-Biden debate Biden: ‘I would transition from the oil industry’ MORE is a politician. And it showed. Biden relied on his politician’s training

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