Month: August 2019

Retired NHL Player Adam Graves’ Favorite Things to Eat in Madison Square Garden

Walking around Madison Square Gardenwith Adam Graves just before a Rangers game is no easy task. The Canadian-born Graves, who played for a decade for the Blueshirts, has become the unofficial mayor of the stadium. He stops to shake hands, make small talk and take photos with cooks, ushers and announcers, in just the first …

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Moov get into mindfulness with launching of’ Sanity& Self’ app for women

Moov, the wearable maker best known for its line of fitness trackers with their accompanying digital coach-and-fours, is today branching off into mindfulness. The company is the latest to join the self-care craze, with the launching of a new app focused on mindfulness and meditation, Sanity& Self. However, unlike most of today’s meditation apps, Sanity& …

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Use their loaf: Japanese elevate humble art of attaining toast

From a 220 toaster that stimulates one slice to loaves designed to crisp up better, the nation is being gripped by a new culinary obsession Breakfast at Galant, a coffeehouse in the Ueno neighbourhood of Tokyo, has a decidedly retro feel: a boiled egg, salad, plain yoghurt with a vortex of blueberry jam and a …

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The Spookiest TV Shows& Movies Coming To Netflix In October* Betches

It’s Halloween betches, and it’s time to get spooky AF. Netflix is adding to the revelries with the scariest Tv indicates and movies–’tis the season for sleeping with the lightings on and double locking all your doorways. There’s no better way to get in the spirit of Halloween than living in darkness with only your …

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India the most dangerous country to be a woman, US ranks 10 th in survey

( CNN) India is the most dangerous country in the world to be a woman because of the high risk of sexual violence and slave labor, a new survey of experts shows. It was also the most dangerous country in the world for cultural traditions that impact women, the survey discovered, citing acid attacks, female …

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Waymo Goes Global With Renault-Nissan Partnership

Waymo has signed an agreement to work with Renault and Nissan on issues surrounding self-driving car technology, the companies said Thursday. The partnership, which the companies call a “first step, ” doesn’t currently include immediate plans to launch Waymo self-driving vehicles in France or Japan. Instead, the companies will work together to “research commercial, legal …

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Best Black Friday 2018 mattress bargains: Nectar, Casper, Leesa, Eight Sleep, and more

Image: Eight Sleep It’s a well-known fact that we expend about a third of our lives in bed. If you haven’t upgraded your mattress or your sheets in a while( can you even remember the last time you altered them ?!), then Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the perfect time to score something new. …

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Moov gets into mindfulness with launch of’ Sanity& Self’ app for women

Moov, the wearable maker best known for its line of fitness trackers with their accompany digital coach-and-fours, is today branching off into mindfulness. The company is the latest to join the self-care craze, with the launch of a new app focused on mindfulness and meditation, Sanity& Self. However, unlike most of today’s meditation apps, Sanity& …

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Demonized Smartphones Are Merely Our Latest Technological Scapegoat

As if there wasn’t enough angst in the world, what with the Washington soap opera, #MeToo, false nuclear alerts, and a general sense of misgiving , now we also have a growing sense of alarm about how smartphones and its implementation are impacting children. In the past days alone, The Wall Street Journal ran a …

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