Josh Glicksman: She’s definitely in a pop class of her own in perpetuity. If a dry spell includes turning in one of the most memorable sets in Coachella history -- subsequently releasing an Emmy-nominated documentary about the performance the following year -- while starring in a live-action remake of The Lion King and dropping two albums tied to the film, then sign me up for one of those, please. There’s little question in my mind that Beyoncé can churn out chart-busting hits whenever she pleases -- with 19 top-10 hits to her name scattered over several decades, she’s adept at adapting to whatever trends the industry is experiencing, as well as setting her own. … [Read more...] about Five Burning Questions: Megan Thee Stallion’s Beyonce-Featuring ‘Savage’ Hits No. 1 on the Hot 100
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“Even when it does reopen, customers will be worried about their safety,” she said at the BarBar club on Patpong’s Soi 2 street. BarBar and other clubs such as “Bada Bing” and “Fresh Boys” are shuttered and the nights are largely silent. … [Read more...] about Go-go bars gone as coronavirus hits Bangkok’s sex district
Ayushmann Khurrana actively sought out the film Article 15. The actor saw Mulk, a powerful and persuasive plea for religious unity, and called the film’s director, Anubhav Sinha. Anubhav offered him a rom-com. Ayushmann asked instead for something gritty and hard-hitting. So the director pulled out a half-written script, which was inspired by the horrific Badaun case of 2014 in which two sisters (both minor) were found hanging from a tree. … [Read more...] about Ayushmann Khurrana is an actor who is pushing the boundaries, says Anupama Chopra
“Selling our house has definitely become a priority,” Allyson says. The underlying motivations for unloading their Colonial—“our high taxes, not having kids in the schools anymore, and having more house than we need”—hadn’t changed. So what had? … [Read more...] about How the Coronavirus Is Changing Some Boomers’ Real Estate Plans for the Better
If convalescent plasma is shown to work, much more of it may be needed, and supply could become a challenge, Bhadelia says. One plasma donation—the volume depends on the donor’s weight but it’s usually between 690 and 880 milliliters in the United States—is enough for just one or two patients, and the donor’s blood type needs to match the recipient’s. But recovered patients might be able to donate plasma multiple times. In New York City, there is now more than enough to go around, in part because thousands of members of the hard-hit Orthodox Jewish community have donated. … [Read more...] about Can plasma from COVID-19 survivors help save others?