People are hitting the beach as coronavirus restrictions start to ease and summer begins in the northern hemisphere, but access might be limited and public health officials still urge caution,… Source link Continue reading The new normal: How safe are beaches?
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A view shows a recreation of “The Hunters at Rest” painting by Russian artist Vasily Perov in Hamar, Norway, in this undated handout picture. Participants of the Facebook group “Izoizolyacia”, or Art Isolation, recreate art masterpieces using everyday items, amid … Continue reading Life imitates art as Russian group attracts mock-up masterpieces
Prepandemic, we flossed and speckled our pillows with lavender oil. Our kitchen cabinets were bursting with herbal tinctures and canisters of matcha we never quite got around to trying. Bedroom nooks held stacks of books we promised ourselves we would … Continue reading The Newfound Wellness-ish Obsessions Bringing Us Immense Satisfaction
(Reuters) – As much of the world begins to emerge from lockdown, people are looking back at time spent cut off from friends, family and colleagues by the coronavirus and forward to what happens next. A view is pictured from … Continue reading Looking in, looking out: world emerges from lockdown with mixed feelings
Chef Gilles Chesneau prepares takeaway menus at Michelin-starred restaurant Le Chiberta in Paris before the announcement by the French government of more easing lockdown measures to allow the reopening of restaurants as soon as possible following the outbreak of the … Continue reading Michelin-starred takeout: French chef Guy Savoy turns to lockdown deliveries
WEDZA, Zimbabwe (Reuters) – In the rural Zimbabwe district of Wedza, a new electric-powered motorcycle is helping bring income to poor women and easing the burden of looking after families. Employees charge lithium ion batteries for a Hamba electric motorcycle … Continue reading Electric motorbike gives women in rural Zimbabwe a path out of poverty
ABUJA/LAGOS (Reuters) – Nigeria’s film industry is creeping back to work after lockdown, and one of the first productions to resume is a new television series about a highly infectious disease that has ravaged the world. Film director Samuel Idiagbonya … Continue reading Cameras roll again in Nollywood but Nigeria’s cinemas still dark
MILAN (Reuters) – Paola Berardi, 70, and her husband Mauro have taken care of their two grandchildren every weekday for the past decade while their daughter went to work in a chemical company. Every summer, they decamped with the twins … Continue reading Coronavirus toll on Italy’s elderly strains nonni safety net
When GP stepped out in the gorgeous emerald-green G. Label jumpsuit at the premiere of The Politician, people went wild—not just for the dress but for her glowy, fresh skin. New York makeup artist Lisa Aharon created the look with … Continue reading The Kit (Skin Care and Makeup) to Get This Look
We want to answer your most pressing questions—or, you know, just the things that you’re curious about. Please keep them coming to: [email protected]. Below, a q for our beauty director, Jean Godfrey-June. Dear Jean, I love reading about everyone’s different … Continue reading Ask Jean: Morning Routine for Glowing Skin?