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Cook for Comfort

It can be hard to cook in times like these, but do it all the same. Reported by NYTimes

Ariana Grande joins peaceful protest for George Floyd's death: 'We were loud, we were loving'

Singer reminded her followers to 'stay active, stay energised' Reported by Independent

Our Milky Way galaxy is surrounded by a hot halo, scientists say

Our galaxies is surrounded by a halo that is much hotter than scientists previously thought, according to new research. Reported by Independent

Our universe could have been spinning around, new study that could change our understanding of the cosmos suggests

Galaxies are spinning in different directions, scientists have found – a discovery that could change our undertstanding of the structure of the universe. Reported by Independent

Survey: US factories sink in May for third straight month

American factories slowed for the third consecutive month in May as they continued to sustain economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic Reported by Newsday

UK lockdown: Can I see my friends and family in a private space under the new rules?

People in England can now socialise with those from other households but only in outside spaces Reported by Independent

New law requires cooling-off period before Chinese couples can divorce

China has passed a law establishing a cooling-off period for couples who want to dissolve their marriage in an effort to lower the country's soaring divorce rate. Reported by Bangkok Post

FABULOSO Brighton & Hove Pride Digital Festival 2020 coming to living rooms in August

Brighton & Hove Pride teases details of FABULOSO Digital Festival in August. ... Reported by GScene

Under new guidelines, Britons plan for a different kind of BBQ

People across Britain plan to invite friends and family to barbecues in their gardens with the latest easing of social distancing measures on Monday, but a list of rules will make them a little more awkward than before. Reported by Reuters India

A recipe for a bright, comforting one-pot stew with West African roots

Built around hearty greens and root vegetables, this asaro is a one-pot meal that makes plenty, so several meals will come of the washing, trimming and chopping required. It’s the kind of stew you can heat and reheat, and the flavors intensify each time. Reported by Seattle Times

On Jon Mooallem’s ‘Walking’ podcast, the author broadcasts his silent, solo walks on Bainbridge Island. The program has taken on new meaning amid coronavirus.

New York Times magazine writer at large and "This is Chance!" author Jon Mooallem hosts the "Walking" podcast, a unique, critically lauded program on which listeners do not hear the host's voice. Mooallem was baffled by how many people listened to him walk around Bainbridge Island. Then the ... Reported by Seattle Times

Tatchell slams image for new Argentinian banknote

Tatchell slams choice of Ramon Carrillo for new Argentinian banknote... Reported by GScene

Rant & Rave: Reader frustrated with people not wearing masks at favorite walk spot

RANT to the crowds at the Edmonds waterfront. I’ve been walking the waterfront during the shutdown and until the other day, I was encouraged that we will get out of the pandemic sooner than later. However, that impression was destroyed. Before that day, the vast majority of people walking ... Reported by Seattle Times

As coronavirus travel restrictions loosen, how do you know if your hotel room is really clean? | Travel Troubleshooter

The COVID-19 crisis had made hotels large and small reconsider and revamp cleaning and hygiene policies. Here are a few expert-sourced tips for figuring out if your hotel room has been properly cleaned — for whenever you end up back in a hotel on a post-travel restriction vacation. Reported by Seattle Times

Adelie Foods administrators unable to find buyer for ailing UK firm

The administrators for Adelie Foods have issued an update on their bid to find a buyer for the troubled UK food-to-go business. Reported by Just-Food

King County will apply to enter a modified Phase 1 of coronavirus recovery on Monday. Here’s what that means.

King County plans to apply for approval to enter into a modified Phase 1 on Monday after Gov. Jay Inslee announced Friday he would not extend the state’s COVID-19 stay-home order beyond Sunday. Reported by Seattle Times

How much dairy is right for your diet? It depends — if you can stomach it, though, it’s a dependable nutrient source.

Research has suggested that up to 65% of the world's population experiences some degree of lactose intolerance. Forget the fad diets: What are the nutrition facts on this divisive food group? Reported by Seattle Times

Nestle 'loses plant-based burger spat with Impossible Foods but plans to appeal'

Nestlé has changed the name of its plant-based Incredible Burger marketed in Europe after a trademark spat with a US-based competitor. Reported by Just-Food

Thais head for movies and massage as virus lockdown eases

Thais took in a movie and enjoyed foot massages in a welcome return on Monday to some pampering and popular pastimes as coronavirus restrictions further eased and new infection numbers remained low. Reported by Reuters India

UK lockdown: What are the new rules on schools and seeing family from 1 June?

From 1 June, people in England can now see people outside of their household group if they maintain social distancing Reported by Independent

Can circuses survive the COVID-19 crisis?

Circuses are among the cultural enterprises particularly affected by the COVID-19 restrictions. Small, long-established family businesses are struggling to survive — and even global giant Cirque du Soleil is suffering. Reported by Deutsche Welle

Are you in a rebound relationship? Watch out for these signs

Often considered the easiest way to get over a break-up, what many people may not be aware of is that a rebound relationship can cause irreparable damage. Here are a few signs of a rebound relationship they should look out for so that they avoid making the mistake of getting into something they ... Reported by IndiaTimes

Artist Christo dies at age 84

Christo was known for his public art projects that often involved wrapping large objects and buildings in fabric. The projects would usually disappear soon after they were installed. Reported by CBC

Insider: JetBlue CEO discusses COVID-19's impact on airlines

Airlines are starting to see a slight rise in bookings, but air travel remains down about 90%, prompting speculation about which carriers might go under Reported by Newsday

The Latest: Spanish PM wants state of emergency extension

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. TOP OF THE HOUR: —Pope greets people in St. Peter’s ... Reported by SeattlePI

Dispatches from Yosemite: Alone with the bears and beauty

Yosemite National Park has been closed to the public for nearly three months and a few dozen lucky kids have had it mostly to themselves Reported by Newsday

Nike releases 'Don't Do It' ad to combat racism in wake of George Floyd death

'For once, Don't do It. Don't pretend there's not a problem in America,' says advert Reported by Independent

Lib Dem’s: Govt must live up to commitment to ban conversion therapy

Govt must live up to Truss's commitment to ban conversion therapy says Lib Dems... Reported by GScene

City addiction project secures £10,000 Lottery funding

Kennedy St, a Brighton based addiction project, secures £10,000 of National Lottery funding to ensure its programme of support is available to all who need it during the coronavirus pandemic.... Reported by GScene

City Council supports ‘Time to Test’ campaign to stop HIV

Brighton & Hove City Council lends its support to 56 Dean Street's 'Time to Test' campaign, which asks people to test now to stop HIV.... Reported by GScene

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