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Chris Cuomo is threatened with a $500 fine by his apartment building for walking around without a mask despite lecturing his CNN viewers for months on their importance 

 

Chris Cuomo’s New York City apartment building threatened him with a $500 fine in August because he was seen not wearing a mask, despite lecturing viewers for months about the importance of face coverings.

According to an August 6 letter from the building’s management, Cuomo was seen on several occasions without a mask.

Chris Cuomo is threatened with a $500 fine

Tags: Backlash, Bad Daddy, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Health, Journalism, Masks, Neighbor, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Respect, Safety, Threat, Uncool, Unruly Child

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21-Oct-2020


Fewer Fistfights, Less Sex—TV Production Gets a Covid Makeover 

 

Just before production resumed in August on the hit CBS police drama “S.W.A.T.,” co-creator and executive producer Shawn Ryan called an infectious-disease expert with one question.

“Are we crazy to be doing this?” Mr. Ryan asked Marissa Baker, a professor at the University of Washington.

Ms. Baker, who specializes in potential exposure to infectious diseases, reassured Mr. Ryan that if the show followed the coronavirus protocols she advocated to protect the cast and crew, it should be fine.

Easier said than done. As Hollywood resumes production in the midst of a pandemic, fear of Covid-19 is changing how television gets made. Producers are avoiding scenes with crowds, guest stars or intimacy between characters, wherever possible. Crew members have backups in case they get sick. Special cameras give the illusion that actors are near each other when they are far apart.

Fewer Fistfights, Less Sex—TV Production Gets a Covid Makeover

We've basically run the artistic gamut. Restore, colorize, magnify our past glories, celebrate them, cherish them, shape them and make them brand spanking new. To the winner, the spoils. The past will prove to the future shitters that mummy and daddy were right. (A robot may take my soul but I will never become one.) 13-Oct-2020

Tags: Affection, Coronavirus, Effect, Entertainment, History, Hollywood, Interference, Love, Reality, Sad, Safety, Sex, Termination, TV, TV Trivia, Violence

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13-Oct-2020


'I had to find the bravery, emotionally and physically, to just be naked': Finn Wittrock on mental health, nudity and starring Netflix's no.1 show in the world, Ratched 

 

As Ratched becomes the number one show in the world on Netflix, I zoom into Finn’s getaway in a remote farm in New Mexico - having escaped LA with his wife, Sarah and their one and half year-old child – to talk mental health, body image, stereotypes and why talking about childhood trauma is so important…

How have you coped with the lockdownexperience?

It's been hard. I haven't worked since February and it's been like a Groundhog Day experience – every single day is the same. Having a kid is good because it gives me a schedule, which otherwise might be bad for me not to have because I don't know if I would ever go to sleep or ever wake up. But that is also hard because there's no break.

'I had to find the bravery, emotionally and physically, to just be naked'

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Health, Hollywood, Hot Swatch, Interview, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Portrait, Success

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03-Oct-2020


Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism 

 

Willy Monteiro Duarte was born in Rome to parents from Cape Verde. He had just become an Italian citizen, and at 21 years old, was an aspiring chef at a hotel in a town near Rome.

All of that ended on Sept. 6 when he tried to break up a fight — and instead was beaten to death himself.

“Fascism in Italy has this history of the cult of the male body, of the strong body, of the strong myth of Rome that ruled the world and so on — a myth of domination,” said Marcello Maneri, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Milan Bicocca who studies race and power.

“These people [the two brothers] acted like they owned the community," he said. “They wanted to patrol their territory. In the end, I think when they saw this Black guy, they thought, ‘We are the people who must control this territory, not him.’”

Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism

Community Decides That Swastika, New York Will Not Change Its Name

University of Georgia Fraternity Suspended Over Racist Group Texts

“THIS DOES FEEL LIKE A DIFFERENT MOMENT”: AS PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER DROPS OFF, WILL CORPORATE AMERICA STAY THE COURSE?

Tags: Activism, Attack, Bullying, Business, Change, Coronavirus, Death, Education, Hate, Judgment, Murder, Name, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Safety, Social Distancing, Social Media, Support, Town, World, Youth

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24-Sep-2020


Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she doesn’t expect ‘mass crowds of trick-or-treating’ this Halloween 

 

On what should have been an epic year for Halloween lovers, with the annual celebration of costumes and candy falling on a Saturday, it seems the coronavirus will be playing the final trick on those seeking treats in Chicago.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city’s looking at how to best celebrate the holiday and doesn’t expect it to look like years past. Lightfoot said the city is working on plans to recognize and celebrate Halloween, but in a way that’s “consistent with the public health guidance.”

Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Halloween candy slide may help trick-or-treating stay socially distanced

Tags: Celebration, Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Halloween, Holiday, Parental Burden, Policy, Safety, Youth

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10-Sep-2020


‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted After Robert Pattinson Tests Positive For Coronavirus – Update 

 

With filming on Matt Reeves’ The Batman having resumed only three days ago after pausing 5 1/2 months ago, the UK production at Warner Bros. Leavesden has stopped again after one of the people on the production turned up positive with COVID-19.

Deadline has confirmed that star Robert Pattinson is the member of the production team who tested positive for the virus.

‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Film, Health, Safety, World

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03-Sep-2020


Man in Walmart gives customers hugs and tells them they now have Covid-19 

 

Springfield police are looking for a man who allegedly gave a Walmart shopper a "Covid hug."

The police department in Massachusetts said the incident took place at a Walmart on August 15 around 7:10 p.m.

The suspect, whom the victim had never seen before, took an item out of his hand and then gave him a hug.

"Just giving you a Covid hug. You now have Covid," the suspect said before laughing and walking away, according to the Springfield Police Department.

Man in Walmart gives customers hugs and tells them they now have Covid-19

Coronavirus will be with us forever, Sage scientist warns

Could Justin and Hailey Bieber Be the Next Famous Party Hosts to Get Their Water and Power Cut Off?

Tags: Attack, Coronavirus, Crime, Health, Hostility, Investigation, Safety, Science, Threat

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24-Aug-2020


Doctor Strange Director Tells Fans Not to Go See Tenet or Any Other Movie in Theaters 

 

Scott Derrickson doesn't want you to see Tenet — or any other movies, for that matter — at the cinema. Friday night, the helmer behind Doctor Strange posted an ominous warning to his Twitter account, asking his followers not to attend movie theaters until the coronavirus pandemic has passed. A concern for many, Derrickson seemed to express displeasure in those Americans continuing to push for the reopening for theaters far in advance of the pandemic actually being handled by health and government officials.

"Don't go see Tenet or any other movie in theater. There, I said it," Derrickson tweeted. In a follow-up tweet, the filmmaker added that he was "speaking to my fellow Americans of course."

Doctor Strange Director Tells Fans Not to Go See Tenet or Any Other Movie in Theaters

A wedding reception spread coronavirus to 53 people, killing a woman who didn't attend the event

Tags: $, Activism, Celebration, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Film, Film Trivia, Opinion, Safety, Wedding

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23-Aug-2020


Rose McGowan unleashes fury against Joe Biden, Democrats: 'You are monsters, frauds' 

 

The actress and activist, 46, who has stood behind Biden assault accuser Tara Reade and blasted Hollywood stars for their support of the Democratic presidential nominee, made her distaste for Biden loud and clear as she ripped his speech in which he described America as a "cloak of darkness" under Trump.

"Give people light. Those are words for our time. The current president has cloaked America in darkness for much too long. Too much anger. Too much fear. Too much division," Biden said on Thursday night.

"You are the season of darkness. @JoeBiden @dnc You are monsters. You are frauds. You are the lie," McGowan reacted on the social media platform.

"What have the Democrats done to solve ANYTHING? Help the poor? No. Help black & brown people? No. Stop police brutality? No. Help single mothers? No. Help children? No. You have achieved nothing. NOTHING. Why did people vote Trump? Because of you motherfuckers," she wrote.

Rose McGowan unleashes fury against Joe Biden, Democrats: 'You are monsters, frauds'

'I would shut it down': Joe Biden says he would start second lockdown to fight coronavirus pandemic if scientists recommend as he slams Trump for not working to 'fix the virus'

'Kamala is a hypocrite - she saw an opportunity to seize a position of power and took it.' Biden accuser Tara Reade claims Harris 'turned a blind eye to sex assault victims' after saying she 'believed' women who came forward against former VP

Rapper Ice Cube Calls Out Democrats After Convention: 'What's in It for the Black Community?'

Joe Biden faces new plagiarism accusation after viewers claim lines from his DNC acceptance speech sound suspiciously similar to those written by late Canadian politician Jack Layton

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Fraud, Hypocrisy, Opinion, Plagiarism, Politics, Quarantine, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Social Media, Speech, Woman's Rights

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22-Aug-2020


Tearful Lori Loughlin tells virtual Zoom courtroom she is 'deeply sorry' as she is sentenced to two months in prison and her husband Mossimo Giannulli is sentenced to five for paying $500,000 to get their daughters into college 

 

Lori Loughlin will spend two months in prison and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli will spend five months in prison for their role in the college bribery scandal.

The Full House actress appeared before Judge Nathaniel Gorton on Zoom on Friday afternoon, hours after her husband's hearing.

She wore a white shirt and nodded intently while listening to the judge then broke down in tears as she told the virtual courtroom how sorry she was and that she would work the rest of her life to redeem herself.

Tearful Lori Loughlin

Toddler brothers, aged three and one, die after getting trapped in a car parked outside their family home for 90 minutes as temperatures inside hit 135F

Brooklyn mom, six kids kicked off JetBlue plane after toddler refused to wear mask

An Epidemic of Depression and Anxiety Among Young Adults

Opinion: Protesting parents don't get it. The Big Ten is looking out for football players' health

How Angelina Jolie is helping to hide skeletons in Brad Pitt’s closet

Seal fears Heidi Klum has ‘hidden agenda’ to permanently move kids to Germany

Tags: $, Cancellation, Celebrity, Children, Coronavirus, Death, Divorce, Education, Fraud, Greed, Judgment, Mental Health, Parental Crime, Prison, Privilege, Protest, Safety, Spoiled, Sports, Travel, Unruly Child, Weather, Youth

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22-Aug-2020


Footage emerges of students crowding into corridors and gyms in Georgia and Tennessee as tens of thousands of students return to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic 

 

'First day back to school during a global pandemic. Only saw three students wearing masks,' she wrote on the video.

'Can someone tell me why the fuck I was one of a handful of students wearing a fucking mask? These bitches are dirty!'

Tennessee also does not have a statewide mask mandate.

The reopening of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic has become a contentious issues of late.

Footage emerges of students crowding

More than 100 students in Mississippi town are at home under quarantine just a week after going back to school

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Education, Environment, Fear, Future, Health, Illness, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Safety, Students, Youth

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06-Aug-2020


The murder spike in big US cities, explained 

 

As if a Covid-19 pandemic wasn’t bad enough, the headlines suggest America is in the middle of a new wave of homicides — from New York City to Chicago to Minneapolis.

The data backs up the headlines, suggesting that homicide numbers are significantly higher in at least some major US cities. But it’s not clear if this is part of a nationwide phenomenon, or if it’s something isolated to urban centers, because we don’t have good data outside the large cities. To make matters more confusing, other types of crime, including violent crime overall, appear to have decreased in many of the same cities.

Still, there’s enough in the three data sets to draw some conclusions: At least in major US cities, homicides are up overall this summer — in some cases, significantly higher. But other kinds of crime, including violent crime overall, aren’t up and may actually have decreased so far this year. There was also a brief spike in burglaries in major cities starting in late May, an increase that was so brief and contained to specific cities that experts told me it was likely due to riots and looting surrounding some Black Lives Matter protests.

Beyond the pandemic, police are going to have more trouble fighting crime — including any current or future spikes — if large segments of the community don’t trust them. That’s where police reform comes into play. It’s a complicated topic, separate from a possible spike in violence this year. But, in short, experts say police should, at a minimum, show the communities they serve that they understand the concerns, acknowledge mistakes, and will change how officers are deployed and targeted.

Otherwise, there’s a good chance that protests against police will flare up, just as they did from 2014 to 2016 and have again this summer. If protests lead to more violence — whether by leading to depolicing, or sowing and exposing distrust in law enforcement — that’s going to create public safety problems.

The murder spike in big US cities, explained

Teen who rallied to remove police from Chicago schools is tragically shot to death

Tags: Coronavirus, Crime, Journalism, Murder, Police, Protest, Survival, Threat, Unity, Violence

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03-Aug-2020


America Is on Track for a Million Coronavirus Cases a Day, and at Least 800,000 Deaths, by the End of 2020 

 

If someone had suggested five months ago that we would be seeing more than 3 million cases and 135,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. by mid-July, I wouldn’t have believed it.

But now it’s distinctly possible that, five months from now, half of all Americans could have been infected with SARS-CoV-2, and more than 800,000 Americans may die in this extraordinary outbreak. That is what many of our most prominent public-health experts now expect.

The Daily Beast

‘I’m not crazy’: Why California Latinos carry more worries in pandemic and why many don’t get help

DC proposes tax on advertising in LGBTQ & Black media to pay for city’s COVID shortfall

McDonald's workers report verbal and physical assaults for asking people to wear masks

Florida gang members are organizing COVID-19 parties for up to 400 people with the intention of spreading the virus, sheriff claims

Utah's Republican governor calls people 'foolish' with a 'mob mentality' after 100 parents crowd into a meeting about children wearing masks at school without wearing their own face coverings

Tags: $, Advertising, Americans, Business, Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Etiquette, Gang, Harassment, Hate, Health, Interference, LGBTQ, Life Sucks!, Lifestyle, Mental Health, No more Heroes, Parental Crime, Parties, Politics, Population Control, Priorities, Quarantine, Rampage, Restaurant, Safety, Survival, Tax, Unity, Victims, Video, War, Warning, Women In Charge

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18-Jul-2020


Country Music Can No Longer Hide Its Problems 

 

Perhaps such cravings for the regular ol’ times explain why country music, replete with visions of barbecues and backwoods, has thrived during our stay-indoors spring and summer. Ever since America’s shutdown began, almost all styles of music have lost streaming listenership. Country’s popularity, on the other hand, has risen: The genre has averaged 11.1 percent more plays since mid-March. There are multiple theories for why this is, but what seems true in any case is that country’s love for a feeling of normalcy is alluring. As a slew of recent scandals and scuffles have demonstrated, however, not even Nashville can maintain the status quo anymore.

While pop tends to envision one big night where you transcend your boring condition, and hip-hop often touts material success turning an ordinary life into an extraordinary one, country fetishizes the day-after-day realities of homes, highways, and beer halls. There are exceptions, but typically it’s a genre in which work and family and place all are held up as things that must be defended. You can hear the fierce attachment to the familiar, for example, in the new single “More Than My Hometown,” from the hitmaker Morgan Wallen. The Tennessee singer describes a storybook romance with some woman, but when she wants to move to the city, he bids her farewell, explaining, “I can't love you more than my hometown.”

The Atlantic

Young Conservatives university group accused of racist bake sale, mocking pronouns and vile HIV discrimination

Border agency fires 4, suspends 38 for social media posts

Deliveroo rider suspended after screaming homophobic abuse at gay couple and accusing them of ‘witchcraft’

Gay bar issues grovelling apology after bartender wears Blackface coronavirus mask to work

New report paves the way for US to abandon international LGBT+ rights

Ellen DeGeneres show is hit by new bullying and racism claims as staff say they 'fired employee for attending a family funeral while another was let go after a suicide attempt'

'You're going to get your ass whooped!' Virginia trooper is being investigated after resurfaced video shows him 'terrorizing' a black motorist during a traffic stop

‘We ain’t shopping at Starbucks no more’ Protesters in Seattle gathered outside the coffee chains original store to demand the company drops funding for police federation

Bronx man, 25, charged with punching NYPD chief on Brooklyn Bridge is released from jail without bail

Tags: Accusation, Art Deletion, Business, Coffee, Coronavirus, Cowboy, Defund, Education, Employment, Gay Rights, Govt, Hate, Hostility, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Masks, Music, Police, Politics, Power, Preference, Racial Tension, Racism, Religion, Social Media, Students, Success, Termination, Threat, Unruly Child, Words, World, Youth

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17-Jul-2020


Florida dad, 42, is fighting for life after his son ignored his parents' advice and went out with friends without a mask and infected his whole family with COVID-19 

 

A Florida father is fighting for his life after contracting coronavirus from his son, who tested positive after ignoring his parents' advice to stay home and not gather with friends.

John Place, from Plantation, is currently in the intensive care unit at Westside Regional Medical Center where he was put on a ventilator for more than two weeks.

The 42-year-old and his family all tested positive for COVID-19 last month after his 21-year-old son went out with friends one night and unknowingly brought the respiratory virus back to their home.

Daily Mail

'I didn't get a COVID stimulus check': Cops hunt bank robber who slipped teller a note threatening to start shooting if she didn't get him money because he 'lost his business to the pandemic and didn't get aid'

Tags: $, Bank, Business, Children, Choices, Contagion, Coronavirus, Crime, Family, Guns, Investigation, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Priorities, Robbery, Safety, Self Interest, Threat, Youth

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16-Jul-2020




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