The actors were spotted in some major PDA outside LAX.
The actors were spotted in some major PDA outside LAX.
As Japan fights a third wave of the coronavirus, there are doubts it can host the games this summer.
The star of “Midsommar” and “Little Women” is having a major moment right now. After appearing in Ari Aster and Greta Gerwig’s hit films, Florence Pugh’s career has taken off -- she’ll next star in Marvel’s “Black Widow.” From her love of cooking to her relationship with Zach Braff, here’s what you need to know about Florence.
Recommitting to resolutions: how to stay on track when things get busyIf a new routine gets derailed, it’s easy to give up entirely. With an increasingly hectic schedule, Brigid Delaney learns how to work around it * Read the previous weeks’ diaries here
'We're bracing for things to get worse': crisis continues for Australia's roadiesWith their industry one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, live events crew remain in urgent need of financial and emotional support
It wasn't your typical beachside footwear moment.
Our mouths are watering just thinking about Chick-fil-A's newest grilled chicken sandwich. The limited-time-only Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich will land in select Chick-fil-A restaurants starting Jan. 25 and it's one you don't want to miss out on.The new spicy chicken sandwich will give you all the same taste and vibes as the other spicy selections on the menu, but now in a grilled option so you can avoid any extra grease. The chicken is grilled in Chick-fil-A's spicy seasoning before being served on a multigrain bun with tomato, lettuce, and cheese. If you think the sandwich still sounds a little naked, you'll be happy to know that Chick-fil-A is also rolling out a Cilantro Lime Sauce designed specifically to go with this sandwich.The cilantro and lime flavors perfectly complement the spice blend used on the chicken to bring a certain level of coolness to your dining experience. (Related: Chick-fil-A Menu Items Nutritionists Order)Chick-fil-A began testing grilled offerings back in 2017 in certain markets, and thanks to the overwhelmingly positive feedback, the chain decided to roll out this new spicy grilled option. Though Chick-fil-A hasn't yet provided nutritional info for the new grilled sandwich, we do know that the plain grilled chicken sandwich currently on the menu clocks in at 320 calories. Keep in mind, though, that this sandwich doesn't have cheese on it, but the spicy option does.To cut back on the calories, you can opt to remove the cheese from the sandwich or even forego the bun. After all, the chicken is the true star of this dish! The Cilantro Lime Sauce will also add extra calories to your meal, and while we're sure it's delicious, we know for a fact that the chicken's spice blend carries enough flavor that the extra sauce is truly just that — extra.If you're in a place, though, where it's time for a treat meal, the Chick-fil-A Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich as it comes is still a fairly nutritious option that will make your stomach and your taste buds happy. Check your local Chick-fil-A starting Jan. 25 to see if the new sandwich is available to you.For more restaurant news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter.
She *is* the diamond of the season.
A British media report published Friday claimed the Games could be canceled.
Tony award-winning Broadway choreographer Bob Avian dies aged 83The director and choreographer, whose credits include A Chorus Line and Dreamgirls, has died after a cardiac arrest in Florida
“The California Dream Dial” hotline will help you have something to look forward to.
Chuck Schumer had an amusing Freudian slip while addressing the Senate Friday about former President Trump’s impeachment. The Senate majority leader urged his colleagues to set a trial date for Trump’s impeachment for his role in inciting the riot on the Capitol which left five dead. In his remarks, Schumer said, “make no mistake, there will be a trial and when that trial ends senators will have to decide if they believe Donald John Trump incited the erection” — then immediately corrected himself to say, “insurrection against the United States.” In the clip, Schumer makes a quick face after realizing what he’s said on camera — equal parts embarrassed, and confused at his mistake of phrasing, it looks like — before continuing. Also Read: Rep. Jamie Raskin on Leading Impeachment Weeks After Son's Death: I'm Not Going to Lose My Son and My Country (Video) Schumer’s full remarks were as follows: “I’ve spoken to Speaker Pelosi, who informed me that the article will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. The Senate will conduct a trial of the impeachment of Donald Trump. It will be a full trial. It will be a fair trial. But make no mistake, there will be a trial, and when the trial ends, senators will have to decide whether Donald John Trump incited the insurrection against the United States.” Former Senate Majority leader and Republican Mitch McConnell is working to stall Trump’s impeachment trial by aggressively filibustering, which Schumer said he refused to accept. Unfortunately for Schumer, the Freudian slip went viral and Twitter exploded with jokes. Check out a few reactions to the slip-up below: Chuck Schumer mistakenly said that Donald Trump incited an erection. Have you seen how excited those Proud Boys get when talking about Trump? Maybe Chuck isn't wrong! — Brian O'Sullivan (@osullivanauthor) January 22, 2021 Oh, dear. Schumer just said, "Incited the erection." And the look on his face indicates he knows he said it. pic.twitter.com/ffk4I8Nalf — Gavon Laessig (@gavonl) January 22, 2021 Live shot of Trump inciting Chuck Schumer's erection. pic.twitter.com/hGaTw1rQjt — Apoctoz (@Apoctoz on Gab, Parler & Rumble) (@Apoctoz) January 22, 2021 I regret to inform you that Chuck Schumer just said ‘erection’ instead of ‘insurrection’ on the Senate floor pic.twitter.com/U5xRRnkaQg — Dave Jamieson (@jamieson) January 22, 2021 Chuck Schumer x Dennis Edwards I’m sorry 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/3xCZ5FM1Jr — Randy Cruz (@randyjcruz) January 22, 2021 A couple minutes ago on the floor…Schumer literally just said that the Senate will have to decide if Trump incited the erection on the Capitol😳What a boner by Chuck. — Art Martin (@gartmartin9) January 22, 2021 BREAKING NEWS CHUCK SCHUMER FROM THE SENATE FLOOR “Donald John Trump incited the ERECTION, insurrection against the United States.” 🤣🤣 Then he rejected McConnell’s proposal, calling it unacceptable. pic.twitter.com/wdYOV8pcZY — TheSadTruth💙 (@ReportsDaNews) January 22, 2021 Read original story Chuck Schumer Slips Up, Says Trump ‘Incited the Erection’ (Video) At TheWrap
Jonas Schwartz, a longtime host on SNY, filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accusing his employer of racial discrimination and retaliation. Schwartz, who is white, said that his contract was not renewed and he will be leaving the network in February. The complaint, which is a requirement before filing a lawsuit, also noted that he’s been off the air since early January. A representative for SNY did not immediately return a request for comment on the complaint, which was filed by lawyer Kristan Peters-Hamlin last week. According to the complaint, Schwartz was involved with a spring 2020 segment on social justice in sports in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, and management said he did “well.” His co-panelists included Jeané Coakley, Bart Scott and Ralph Vacchiano. Of the three, Vacchiano was the only other white participant. Also Read: How TV Cop Shows Are Tackling Police Brutality Storylines Post-George Floyd Schwartz’s complaint said he was removed from similar subsequent programming in August of last year after Coakley said, “No offense, but I don’t want to do this with a couple of white guys. You can’t understand what we are going through. Why are we doing this with white guys?” Per the complaint, Schwartz told management he felt that he had been removed from the show because of his race and was advised not to “look at it that way” because he didn’t “play the right position” for the week’s taping. Schwartz countered that the “position,” in that context, was his race. The complaint alleges “reverse race discrimination.” From there, according to the document, Schwartz had a meeting with management in September during which they acknowledged the situation wasn’t handled correctly, but pointed out he wasn’t docked pay for being removed from the taping. In October 2020, Schwartz was informed that his contract would not be renewed. The complaint said Schwartz believes he will be replaced as the host for pre- and post-Jets game coverage “with a less qualified candidate for the position.” Read original story White Sportscaster Jonas Schwartz Accuses SNY Network of Racial Discrimination in EEOC Complaint At TheWrap
These looks are 10/10.
The second "bridge" ep, focusing on Jules, hits HBO Max today.
Research from Forter shows that false declines could cause losses of up to 75x more than fraud itself.
Hold onto your cosmos, “SATC” is officially back! The HBO Max reboot is set to air in 2021, but in the meantime, here’s a refresher on the show’s original stars. Relive the storylines of Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte, and discover what the actresses behind the fab four are up to now.
There's no disputing that bananas are a nutritious food—not only are they an excellent source of potassium, magnesium, and B vitamins, but they're also packed with filling fiber and cancer-fighting antioxidants. According to Harvard Health, the American Medical Association may have even named this fruit as the first "superfood" in the early 20th century. All that said, there is such a thing as eating too many bananas, and experts say it's impossible to miss the top warning sign that you're going overboard."The warning signs of eating too many bananas would be the same as eating too much of any food—uncomfortable fullness and digestive discomfort," says Andres Ayesta, MS, RD, CEO of Planos Nutrition.There are several reasons why you might experience some unpleasant GI side effects if you're overdosing on bananas every day. According to researchers at Makerere University, this fruit contains a significant amount of tannic acid, which is harmless in small doses but can cause a number of side effects in large amounts. In the short term, ingesting a lot of tannic acid can cause constipation—and in the long term, it can negatively impact your microbiome (or gut health)."Bananas can be constipating so if you are prone to that, track your symptoms," says Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN, author of The Protein-Packed Breakfast Club. "Anyone watching blood sugar or with digestive issues needs to monitor their diets more carefully.Related: Check out these 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.Another factor to consider is that bananas contain a natural sugar alcohol called sorbitol, which can trigger laxative-like effects in your body when you consume a lot of it. Bananas are also packed with soluble fiber, a specific type of carbohydrate that is known to cause gas. When your body starts breaking down both the sorbitol and the soluble fiber together, it produces carbon dioxide, methane gas, and hydrogen—which may result in flatulence, among other uncomfortable GI effects. Particularly among people who are already dealing with digestive issues, eating large amounts of the soluble fiber found in bananas can lead to bloating and constipation."Fruits contain the sugar fructose, which may trigger symptoms in people with IBS," says Ayesta. "However, different people have different IBS triggers, so this is specific to the individual."Additionally, if you haven't been eating a fiber-rich diet, and suddenly started eating a lot of bananas—it takes a lot of work for your large intestine to break down the soluble fiber, and when it gets overloaded, you may experience gas and/or bloating.To be clear, eating bananas on a regular basis shouldn't cause these side effects unless you already have a digestive disorder. Interestingly, bananas—especially less ripe ones—are high in resistant starch, which promotes gut health while also warding off constipation and gas. Still, experts say it's best to eat them in moderation for several reasons."Eating too much of any single food is not a good idea because that means you are missing out on the variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals provided by eating an array of plant foods including fruits, veggies, nuts, beans, seeds, and whole grains," says Harris-Pincus. "I wouldn't recommend more than one banana a day for that reason. If you are eating so many bananas per day you are concerned, perhaps you should cut back."According to Ayesta, the main thing to ask yourself is whether the amount of bananas you're consuming is causing you to exceed your calorie or carbohydrate needs—or miss out on nutrients from other food sources."90% of the calories in bananas come from carbs, and it's important to have sources of protein and fat in your diet as well," he explains. "Also, bananas consumed without including a source of protein and fat as well can cause blood sugar spikes that may make you feel lethargic."For the sake of balance, Harris-Pincus recommends pairing bananas with Greek yogurt and nuts or cottage cheese and chia seeds—that way, you're getting a dose of healthy fat and protein as well.The bottom line? As long as the amount of bananas you're consuming allows you to meet your body's needs, and doesn't cause any noticeable digestive discomfort, then you should feel free to enjoy this superfood on the regular. So keep your portion sizes normal by whipping up one of these 10 Healthiest Banana Recipes.
Amanda Gorman, the young Black poet who performed at President Joe Biden's inaugural, has become an overnight star with her works shooting to the top of Amazon bestseller lists ahead of their publication.
Can't a 79-year-old man wear mittens and sit with his legs crossed in 40-degree weather anymore?
“That’s a big Twinkie.”