Month: May 2020

17 Readers Share What They’re Actually Buying for Summer

Let’s be honest. Times are tough, and most consumers aren’t shopping on a whim, especially when social-distancing measures are still in place. So it begs the question what is worth buying for the summer? While we’re here to inform you that some of last year’s trends will still be in style, for those of you who want a few pieces for your summer wardrobe, it’s going to be more important than ever to shop versatile summer staples and invest in pieces that you’ll wear forever. If you’re still unsure about what to buy, ahead, in search of an answer to

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Westfield Old Orchard Shopping Center Sets Reopening Date

SKOKIE, IL — Westfield Old Orchard shopping center announced plans to reopen Wednesday with modified hours and new safety precautions aimed at reducing the potential spread of the coronavirus

Nonessential retailers have been shuttered and in-person dining has been forbidden for more than two months at the Skokie mall during Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s stay-at-home orders, but with the state entering the next phase of the governor’s reopening plan, restaurants and stores at the ball will be able to resume limited operations.

Serge Khalimsky, manager of the shopping center, said the mall’s Australia-based parent company was excited to welcome customers back

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Dr. Imani Walker Breaks Down Over Her Marriage in Married to Medicine L.A. Midseason Tease

Only on Married to Medicine Los Angeles will you get a shot of fun, a dose of truth and a sisterhood that saves lives.

In this exclusive midseason teaser for the Bravo hit, we see what’s next for Dr. Britten Cole, Dr. Imani Walker, Shanique Drummond, Jazmin Johnson, Dr. Kendra Segura and Lia Dias. While the ladies have plenty of fun in store for viewers, including a lingerie shopping trip, a party bike outing and more, there’s an abundance of drama on the horizon.

“She hasn’t been intimate in years, a dick makes sense,” Jazmin

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the everyday voices of the coronavirus pandemic

A diary is by its very nature an intensely personal thing. It’s a place to record our most intimate thoughts and worries about the world around us. In other words, it is a glimpse at our state of mind.

Now, the coronavirus pandemic, and the impact of the lockdown, have left many people isolated and scared about what the future might bring. As a sociologist, I was keen to hear how people were experiencing this totally new way of life. So in early March I began the CoronaDiaries – a sociological study which aimed to highlight the real voices and … Read more

South Korea seeks to import anti-viral remdesivir as new coronavirus cases emerge

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean health authorities said on Friday they would request imports of Gilead Sciences Inc’s <GILD.O> anti-viral drug remdesivir to treat COVID-19, as new outbreaks of the disease flare as social distancing restrictions are eased.

The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety must approve the import but a government panel concluded remdesivir showed positive results, Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) Director Jeong Eun-kyeong said.

Foster City, California-based Gilead has said the drug has improved outcomes for people suffering from the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus and has provided data suggesting it works

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