The Diamond Princess cruise ship, was quarantined off Yokohama, Japan, for weeks in February with sick passengers on board. A total of 621 people eventually tested positive. According to Reuters, seven former passengers have now died. Some of the infected passengers from that ship have since become among the first to take part in a coronavirus drug trial. … [Read more...] about More Than Half of Passengers on Antarctica Cruise Test Positive For Coronavirus
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What happened here? Poor Eleanor, eight months pregnant with twins, realizes that the boy fetus is possessed. We know this for sure not just because the fetus goes crazy when David prays around it, but also that one time when she receives Communion during mass and then immediately starts screaming and blood just comes pouring out of her vagina. Oh, and then the boy fetus eats the girl fetus. … [Read more...] about The 21 Freakiest Things That Happened on
Innovation didn’t necessarily pay off — the basics worked best. Midway through the first evening, Jimmy Uso, John Morrison, and Kofi Kingston, wrestlers whose regular tag-team partners were indisposed, engaged in a three-way struggle. The titles — a belt with shiny disks — was hung above the ring, and the wrestlers were encouraged to bring light aluminum ladders into the ring to (a) bop one another with, and (b) climb up to grab the belt. The choreography was often stunning, featuring wild, high-spinning flips off the top rope and into the space around the ring, but the trio’s timing seemed a bit dozy. This led to many adorable moments of wrestlers needing to elaborately slow down their clambering, as they waited for the next tackle, or to find that their hands couldn’t quite grab the belt so obviously within reach. Kingston’s hand would open and shut, nerveless as the claw in an arcade game, until, that is, the trio had flipped and flopped … [Read more...] about WrestleMania Broke Me
The flexible grants will be used to help health care clinics in the area, purchase essential supplies and personal protective equipment (such as hand sanitizer and testing kits) and “cover expenses related to developing and implementing a COVID-19 response plan to care for individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County,” the press release states. … [Read more...] about The Hilton Foundation Announces $10 Million Donation to Coronavirus Relief Efforts
To love theater is to live perpetually with the knowledge that you have just missed, or are just about to miss, something amazing. Its ephemerality is part of the sorrow and joy that give those of us who care about it such an emotional attachment. It comes, it goes, and to appreciate it, you have to be there. But there’s a special poignancy in the uncertain fate of shows that never even got the chance to be there. For the newcomers, March 12 — the day the theaters closed down — was meant to be the end of the two-month business slump that always starts after the holidays and the beginning of the traditional six-week scramble for rave reviews, Tony nominations, and, for a fortunate few every year, financial success. By the end of April, 16 new plays, new musicals, and revivals — enough to fill almost half of Broadway’s 41 active theaters — were to open in order to be eligible for the now-postponed Tonys. Six, a concert-style musical about the wives of … [Read more...] about How Can Broadway Recover From This Pandemic?