All non-essential employees, from coaches to custodial staff and scouts to secretaries, were ordered to work from home by the NFL. The league conducted free agency and the draft in altered forms to adhere to restrictions required to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Orange is the new blue! Tom Brady trains with his Buccaneers teammates for the first time in Tampa as NFL teams prepare to re-open facilities
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Lindsay, who was with Justin from 2003 to 2012 and shares a 16-year-old daughter with the actor, said she was embracing 'positivity' in the post, telling her 47.8k followers: 'In a day when social media should be used for positivity… an inspiration towards movement in an honest and deserving way, I'd like to join, by highlighting my appreciation for my family. … [Read more...] about Chrishell Stause seems to shade Justin Hartley’s other ex wife Lindsay after she defended him: ‘Women who build each other up are my tribe’
A glamorous blonde, Ms Fascina's Instagram page boasts pictures of the young MP smartly dressed in parliament and perched in a two piece skirt suit in a military helicopter, as well as a more sultry image of her posing seductively in front of the camera. … [Read more...] about Silvio Berlusconi, 83, allows himself to be photographed with new girlfriend, 30, in bid to ‘get even’ with ex-fiancee who was spotted kissing her female lover
Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong's relationship timeline Ant and Lisa first met in 1994. At the time Ant and life-long TV partner Declan Donnelly were reaching new TV and music heights as PJ & Duncan following their stint on Byker Grove. Lisa was in a band called Deuce at the time. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘He’s NOT after her money!’ Lisa Armstrong’s electrician new lover has ‘genuinely fallen for her’ and has no interest in the £31million she received from divorcing Ant McPartlin, claims his friend
One side effect of the Covid-19 crisis may actually benefit the working class and poor: falling rents. Here lies some opportunity and relief. The real estate bull market is dead and may not return for a few years, at least. Though the go-go 1980s of young Trump, Patrick Bateman and Sherman McCoy are what people usually imagine when conceiving of a reckless New York gilded age, the 2010s were the true apotheosis of greed – a housing market fed by foreign money and private equity, residential and commercial rents skyrocketing as the decade wore on. … [Read more...] about New York faces an unprecedented crisis. Will the city I love survive Covid-19?