Month: January 2021

Ryan Reynolds isn’t letting anyone forget his hilarious ‘feud’ with Betty White, even on the comedy icon’s 99th birthday. The 44-year-old actor paid tribute to Betty’s milestone occasion with a throwback to the hilarious sketch they performed together in 2009 for Funny or Die. Ryan and Betty had just co-starred together in the rom-com ‘The
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A healthcare worker wears personal protective equipment (PPE) during a United Airlines Covid-19 test pilot program at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, U.S., on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020. Angus Mordant | Bloomberg | Getty Images United Airlines‘ CEO wants to make Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for its employees and is encouraging other companies
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There was good news and bad news on the LA Covid-19 front on Friday. On the one hand, the key numbers were down virtually across the board. On the other hand, with virus variants worrying officials and the region’s vaccine rollout sputtering, there was concern of another surge. “Cases have peaked at about 15,000 a
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This post was originally published in our YA newsletter, What’s Up in YA. Sign up for it here to get YA news, reviews, deals, and more! Hey YA Readers! I’m a person who loves color, color theory, color therapy, and the meaning behind colors. It’s only natural I find myself thinking a lot about the
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TGI Fridays CEO Ray Blanchette said that President Joe Biden’s proposal to eliminate the tipped minimum wage would likely result in fewer hours for the chain’s waitstaff and higher menu prices. Biden has proposed raising the federal hourly minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 and eliminating tip credits, a change that would primarily affect the
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Bob Avian, the dancer-turned-choreographer who played an integral role in such pivotal Broadway musicals as A Chorus Line, Dreamgirls, Company, Follies and Miss Saigon, died of cardiac arrest yesterday at a hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He was 83. His death, which was not Covid-related, was announced by spokesperson Matt Polk. Born in New York City
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