Throwback: They became a couple in 2011 and have worked together ever since including on the 2017 comedy The Little Hours, which she starred in and he wrote and directed (pictured) … [Read more...] about Aubrey Plaza grabs some fresh air from quarantine on sunlit dog walk with longtime love Jeff Baena
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'I feel proud when I see so many young girls involved in sport now. As we gain more coverage and support, It's only a matter of time until we have more female fans to match the numbers of male fans and then both as fans of female sports.' … [Read more...] about Professional surfers reveal what riding the world’s most powerful electric wave is like – and the exact meal plan they follow to stay in top physical condition for the sport
Fearing an outbreak, local officials have already stood down volunteers delivering Meals on Wheels and replace them with council staff, saying it hopes the move will help it 'further care for the wellbeing of our vulnerable populations.' … [Read more...] about The towns at risk of being torn apart by coronavirus: Inside the neighbourhoods that are most vulnerable to the killer virus because of their ageing populations – so is your suburb on the list?
'The hardest part is not being able to get out to train when I want and compete in the events I've been working towards, but it's okay. This won't last forever.' … [Read more...] about How a 93-year-old great-grandmother is determined to continue walking 14,000 steps a DAY – and why she’s ‘ashamed’ to see how younger people are reacting to the coronavirus threat
Coronavirus is suddenly on everyone's mind in Nairobi — a threat that government officials are saying is not a threat. March 12 was the last time I was in a restaurant. March 13 was the last time I shook someone's hand. March 18 was the first time in my life that I saw less than 50 people during a walk through the city. The minibuses here — called matatus — are now charging double or triple because they have to be at less than half of capacity to avoid crowding. People are avoiding each other and wearing masks. The price of food, transport and basic necessities has skyrocketed. Kenyans will indefinitely be subjected to a curfew from 7pm to 5am. This will change life as we know it here. … [Read more...] about DW Africa correspondents on life under the threat of COVID-19