How To Do Laundry In A Pandemic

Celsious, an eco-friendly laundromat in Brooklyn, New York, made major changes to keep customers safe. COVID-19, quarantine, and social distancing changed the way we do pretty much everything — even something as simple as laundry. Luckily, one Brooklyn-based laundromat was uniquely set up to weather the storm. Founded by sisters Corinna and Theresa Williams, Celsious always aimed to offer something

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Annette Bening Taught a Filmmaking Class on Zoom

Annette Bening. Craig McDean Seeing Annette Bening’s face through a medium-size rectangle on Zoom was enough to make a meeting filled with young filmmakers giddy. On Wednesday night, the “American Beauty” actress hosted a master class for Chanel and the Tribeca Film Festival’s Through Her Lens program—whose events are usually held in person, but were moved onto digital platforms this

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Joe Biden’s VP Kamala Harris admitted she is ‘open to court packing’ in resurfaced interview

JOE Biden’s vice president pick Kamala Harris admitted she is "open to court packing" in a resurfaced interview. The older interview was reappeared after she did not answer in a debate against Mike Pence if Democrats would pack the court. Alexander Burns, a reporter with the New York Times, revealed the Democratic Senator of California said last year she's open

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Shakira unveiled as a judge on Prince William's £50m Earthshot prize panel

PRINCE William today unveiled a star-studded list of judges including Shakira and Cate Blanchett in his new environmental campaign. The Duke of Cambridge today launched the Earthshot Prize, offering £50million to reward innovative projects designed to save the planet. And the 38-year-old will be joined by a string of big names from the entertainment, business and philanthropic worlds on the council. Earthshot members

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A ridiculous litmus test for a Democratic mayoral debate

A Manhattan Democratic group that calls itself “NYC’s progressive LGBTQ Democratic club” is excluding the only LGBTQ candidate in the 2021 mayoral race from its debate — because its leadership dislikes her position on a single issue. That’s right: The Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club blackballed Loree Sutton just because she notes that tolerance of protests such as Occupy City

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