What Should You Do About Holiday Gatherings and Covid-19?
by Matt Simon on 2020-10-28 in Science
The strangest, most confusing, most taxing year we Americans have collectively trundled through is about to get even more complicated: We now all have to figure out what to do about the upcoming holidays. Should we gather indoors as usual, where we’ll most readily spread the virus? Gather outdoors in the cold, where we’re safer? The post What Should You Do About Holiday Gatherings and Covid-19? appeared first on 365 NEWS.
LG Wing review: learning to fly, failing to soar
by Chaim Gartenberg on 2020-10-28 in Tech
The LG Wing is a smartphone unlike any other, with a wild rotating design that makes it stand out when compared to even the weirdest 2020 phones. It’s also the first phone in LG’s new Explorer Project brand, which looks to experiment with new ways to think about how we design and use our smartphones. The post LG Wing review: learning to fly, failing to soar appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Did the ‘Borat’ sequel leave you wanting more? Here are 10 ‘very nice’ satires to watch.
by Bethonie Butler on 2020-10-28 in Entertainment
After we recovered from watching Borat’s latest adventure, we got to thinking about satire, and the ways sharp comedy can reflect the worst (and best) aspects of our culture. Here are 10 more satires you can stream right now. “Election” (1999) Alexander Payne’s black comedy, based on Tom Perrotta’s novel of the same name, is The post Did the ‘Borat’ sequel leave you wanting more? Here are 10 ‘very nice’ satires to watch. appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Justin Turner Coronavirus As Dodgers Win World Series
by Alex Campbell on 2020-10-28 in Politics
Tom Pennington / Getty Images Justin Turner during Tuesday’s World Series-clinching game. The Los Angeles Dodgers were two innings away from winning the World Series Tuesday night when star third baseman Justin Turner left the game without explanation. The Dodgers won, and their players rushed the field to celebrate the team’s first championship in 32 The post Justin Turner Coronavirus As Dodgers Win World Series appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Jaguar launches an E-Pace plug in hybrid aimed at eco-conscious buyers of family SUVs
by 365NEWS on 2020-10-28 in Business
Jaguar has added a new plug-in hybrid option to its compact E-Pace sports utility vehicle as part of its mid-life upgrade. The new P300e PHEV powertrain combines a sprightly new 200 horsepower 1.5-litre three-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine, 15kWh lithium-ion battery and a 109 horsepower (80kW) electric motor that combine to emit just 44 gram per kilometre The post Jaguar launches an E-Pace plug in hybrid aimed at eco-conscious buyers of family SUVs appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Stephen Colbert: This Trump-Ted Nugent Moment Is ‘Perfect’ Summary Of Where We’re At
by 365NEWS on 2020-10-28 in US
Stephen Colbert thinks he’s found the moment that “captures exactly” how many people feel just days before the 2020 election. “The Late Show” host on Tuesday pointed to a segment on CNN in which the network’s White House correspondent Jeremy Diamond was drowned out at President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Lansing, Michigan, by conservative rocker The post Stephen Colbert: This Trump-Ted Nugent Moment Is ‘Perfect’ Summary Of Where We’re At appeared first on 365 NEWS.
WTO Is Poised to Pick Its First Female Leader
by 365NEWS on 2020-10-28 in World
The World Trade Organization is set to pick its first female leader in coming days, offering a fresh start to a body weakened by fights between the U.S. and China at a time of global economic crisis. Consultations among the WTO’s 164 members were due to end on Tuesday on the choice between former Nigerian The post WTO Is Poised to Pick Its First Female Leader appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Carlos Acosta’s Vision: Some ‘Nutcracker,’ Some Led Zeppelin
by Roslyn Sulcas on 2020-10-28 in Europe
BIRMINGHAM, England — Carlos Acosta had big plans. In early February, he announced the first season he had programmed as artistic director of Birmingham Royal Ballet. The Cuban-born ballet star, a longtime principal dancer with the Royal Ballet in London and the first Black person in Britain to run a major ballet company, had only The post Carlos Acosta’s Vision: Some ‘Nutcracker,’ Some Led Zeppelin appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Trump Merchandise Outsells Biden’s, China’s Factories Say
by Keith Bradsher on 2020-10-28 in Asia Pacific
YIWU, China — Deep inside a 10-block-long factory outlet mall in China, the people who supply Americans with their plastic dinosaurs and “Kiss My Bass” baseball caps are confident about a Nov. 3 victory for Donald Trump. President Trump’s campaign paraphernalia — hats, banners, mugs and practically anything else that can carry a logo — The post Trump Merchandise Outsells Biden’s, China’s Factories Say appeared first on 365 NEWS.
Blake Snell, Kevin Cash and a Decision That Will Haunt the Rays
by Tyler Kepner on 2020-10-28 in Sports
Mostly, though, Snell just looked like an ace who had a lot more than 73 pitches to offer. He said he had thoroughly scouted the Dodgers and himself, and knew what they were looking for and how to counter. “I get it, it’s the third time through the lineup, but I think I’m going to The post Blake Snell, Kevin Cash and a Decision That Will Haunt the Rays appeared first on 365 NEWS.