Against the odds, these restaurants opened during the pandemic. Lucky diners.

These restaurants opened during the pandemic, against the odds - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofilehomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post LogoclosecloseEmailBioFollowarrow-rightcomment We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real news you can count on.Try…

‘I’m more successful online’: personal trainers adapt to lockdown routine

When the coronavirus lockdown was announced, Irina Allport thought her business as a personal trainer would never recover.But so successful has her transition to online training been, with her client base expanding to the US and even New Zealand, that the announcement of gyms reopening next week in England – news she spent months longing…

Miss Manners: Quarantine or not, here’s how to get guests to leave

Dear Miss Manners: In this day of staying home and isolating because of the coronavirus, what is a polite way to tell people it is time for them to leave?I am a secret introvert who enjoys people, as long as there is some kind of interesting conversation. Ordinarily, when the party dies out, the dinner…

Spinach Artichoke Baked Chicken

This is essentially a delicious hot spinach artichoke dip with chicken baked right into it. It’s your favorite app turned into dinner—-and it’s easy! Just dice boneless skinless chicken breast, arrange it in a baking dish, and top it with a rich and creamy mixture of softened cream cheese, garlic, Parmesan cheese, a dollop of…

Nearly $50,000 in new scholarships added to Utica Dollars for Scholars

Several new college scholarships, only recently received by Utica Dollars for Scholars, will be available to graduating seniors at two local high schools this year. The deadline for application of these new scholarships, plus...

UK set to bring in strict new junk food rules including pre-9pm ad ban

The government is set to implement strict rules on how junk food is advertised and sold in the UK, with restrictions such as a ban on online adverts and TV commercials before the 9pm television watershed.Sources say that the plans, which have been spearheaded by Boris Johnson following his coronavirus health scare, are yet to…

General Information about Trenbolone Acetate

Popular because of the excellent effect, unpopular because of the injection intervals, Trenbolone Enanthate offers an excellent model of action in various sports areas. Everything you should know about it can be found here:Trenbolone Acetate is an anabolic steroid that was launched by the pharmaceutical companies as a veterinary steroid in the early 1980s.Even if…

Tobacco aside, e-cigarette flavorings may harm blood vessels ATVB Journal Report

Study Highlights: Flavoring chemicals widely used in e-cigarettes and other tobacco products may be toxic to the cells that line and regulate blood vessel function. The adverse effects observed with chemical flavor additives on...

Egyptian father to stand trial on charges of forced FGM of three daughters

Egypt’s public prosecutor has ordered the immediate trial of a father on charges of forcing his three young daughters to undergo female genital mutilation (FGM), after he told them they were going to be vaccinated against coronavirus. The doctor involved will also go on trial.The procedure was banned in 2008 and criminalised in 2016.The man…

Fit in my 40s: wildlife distractions aside, national parks are perfect for a workout

National parks spent years trying to remind everyone how important natural beauty is for the spirit, and what an abundance of it they have. Then, suddenly, everyone discovered them at once, in the middle of a lockdown, and they had to do a handbrake turn and persuade us all to enjoy them online instead.However, now…
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