Camila Cabello Says She's 'Learned a Lot About Love' From Shawn Mendes – msnNOW

  1. Camila Cabello Says She’s ‘Learned a Lot About Love’ From Shawn Mendes  msnNOW
  2. Camila Cabello Gushes Over Shawn Mendes in Lengthy Instagram Love Letter  Showbiz Cheat Sheet
  3. Camila Cabello Says She Has ‘Learned a Lot About Love’ While Dating Shawn Mendes  PEOPLE
  4. Camila Cabello Reveals She’s “Learned a Lot About Love” With Shawn Mendes  E! NEWS
  5. Camila Cabellos Thanksgiving message is all about spreading kindness  Geo News
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Small Business Saturday critical for local retailers hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic – KOMO News

  1. Small Business Saturday critical for local retailers hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic  KOMO News
  2. Small Business Saturday Turns 10 in Make-or-Break Pandemic Year  KPIX CBS SF Bay Area
  3. Small Business Saturday (2020): Here Are Our Favorite Shops  WIRED
  4. Local flower shop depending on Small Business Saturday boost  ABC15 Arizona
  5. 2020: Shop Small in Plainfield on Saturday  TAPinto.net
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'Saved By the Bell' under fire for mocking Selena Gomez's kidney transplant – Page Six

  1. ‘Saved By the Bell’ under fire for mocking Selena Gomez’s kidney transplant  Page Six
  2. Selena Gomez’s Fans Express Outrage Over Saved By the Bell Reboot Mocking Her Kidney Transplant  PEOPLE
  3. Peacock Issues An Apology To Selena Gomez After ‘Saved By The Bell’ Ridicules Singer’s Kidney Transplant  Yahoo Entertainment
  4. Selena Gomez Kidney Jokes Fly in ‘Saved by the Bell’ Reboot, Fans Pissed  TMZ
  5. Here’s Why ‘Respect Selena Gomez’ Is Trending on Twitter  Just Jared Jr.
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Ex-Trump campaign adviser Carter Page sues FBI, Comey, McCabe and others for $75M over Russia probe surveillance – USA TODAY

  1. Ex-Trump campaign adviser Carter Page sues FBI, Comey, McCabe and others for $75M over Russia probe surveillance  USA TODAY
  2. Ex-Trump campaign aide sues over Russia probe surveillance  ABC News
  3. Carter Page files $75M lawsuit against DOJ, FBI, Comey claiming ‘unlawful surveillance’ during Russia probe  Fox News
  4. A Rush to Expand the Border Wall That Many Fear Is Here to Stay  The New York Times
  5. Former Trump campaign aide sues over surveillance in Russia probe  KTLA
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Alabama vs. Auburn score, takeaways: Mac Jones explodes as No. 1 Tide win Iron Bowl in rout without Nick Saban – CBSSports.com

  1. Alabama vs. Auburn score, takeaways: Mac Jones explodes as No. 1 Tide win Iron Bowl in rout without Nick Saban  CBSSports.com
  2. Alabama vs. Auburn | Post Game Call-In Show with Kyle Henderson of BamaInsider  Alabama Football
  3. Cam Newton’s iconic comeback against Alabama deserves a deep rewind  Secret Base
  4. Crimson Tide Roll Call: Nov. 28, 2020  Bama Maven
  5. Nick Saban on how he has prepared Alabama for the Iron Bowl vs. the Auburn Tigers | College GameDay  ESPN
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Twitter reacts to Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller becoming first woman to play in FBS Power 5 football game – CBS Sports

  1. Twitter reacts to Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller becoming first woman to play in FBS Power 5 football game  CBS Sports
  2. Vanderbilt Commodores K Sarah Fuller makes history with second-half kickoff  ESPN
  3. ‘Necessary Roughness’ Star Kathy Ireland Celebrates Sarah Fuller’s History-Making Day  Hollywood Reporter
  4. Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller becomes first woman to play in a Power 5 conference football game  WVLT
  5. Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller Becomes First Woman to Play in Power 5 Football Game  The Daily Beast
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Bay Area Rapper Lil Yase Shot Dead at 25, Mysterious Circumstances – TMZ

  1. Bay Area Rapper Lil Yase Shot Dead at 25, Mysterious Circumstances  TMZ
  2. Lil Yase’s music label confirms his death  REVOLT TV
  3. Lil Yase Passes Away At 25  HotNewHipHop
  4. Lil Yase Dead: San Francisco Rapper Dies at 25, Friends Say  Heavy.com
  5. Bay Area rapper Lil Yase dies at age 25  REVOLT TV
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Moscow opens its biggest outdoor ice rink for winter amid pandemic

November 28, 2020

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Across town one ice rink has been converted into a COVID-19 hospital, but some Moscow residents took to the ice late on Friday as the city’s biggest outdoor rink opened for winter during the pandemic.

The rink in the Soviet-era VDNKh amusement park in northern Moscow opened its doors despite a surge in coronavirus cases since September with the city of over 12.5 million people regularly reporting the most infections of any Russian region.

On Saturday, officials confirmed 27,100 new cases overnight, including 7,320 in Moscow. They said 510 people had died in the last 24 hours nationwide.

People out skating said they felt it was safe as they had worn masks and gloves in the indoor part of the rink. Their temperatures were measured upon arrival. Most people were not wearing masks on the rink itself.

“We went through all the changing rooms in masks. It’s not scary at all,” said resident Olga Glazunova.

“It’s really good to be skating. You can feel the coming winter and New Year,” said Svetlana Makarova.

Others like Mikhail Merzlyakov said they couldn’t resist taking to the ice. “It’s scary, but we wanted to skate,” he said.

(Reporting by Dmitry Madorsky; Writing by Tom Balmforth; Editing by James Drummond)

"Washington Is Exhausted": Swamp Gears Up For Post-Trump Power Orgy

“Washington Is Exhausted”: Swamp Gears Up For Post-Trump Power Orgy

Tyler Durden

Sat, 11/28/2020 – 18:30

Washington elites are breathing a sigh of relief, as power players on both sides of the aisle gear up for ‘business as usual’ following a four-year disruption in swamp-activities – thanks to one Donald J. Trump, whose perhaps prematurely anticipated departure from the Oval Office has the DC establishment licking their chops.

“The classic friendly-rivals dinner party will be back, likely bigger than ever, with VIP guests from the Biden administration, a few formers from the Obama crowd, a senator or two seated next to a Supreme Court justice,” according to the Washington Post‘s Roxanne Roberts

Shoving the Uniparty’s collective excitement in our plebeian faces, Roberts writes in. full. stops. “Washington is exhausted. Washington is optimistic. Washington is desperate for change. The aristocracy of this city is ready to move on, daring to hope that the last four years was a fever that finally broke and life can get back to normal.”

Poor Washington.

“Normal, as in a respect for experience and expertise. Normal, as in civility and bipartisan cooperation. Normal, as in not wanting to punch someone in the face,” Roxanne continues.

And who’s about to usher in this period of ‘bipartisan cooperation’ and controlling one’s violent delights? Joe Biden, of course!

Biden and wife Jill Biden “know how to get around Washington, how to be a part of the establishment, how to make it work for them in their everyday lives,” says an influential Republican hostess who, like many of the city’s social leaders, spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak frankly without retribution. “People who have always enjoyed the Washington scene are yearning to get back to that, have some semblance of what they enjoyed so much before. There are a lot of Republicans who sat out the Trump years and bit their tongues for four years who are thrilled to have Biden.” At the heart of this optimism is the belief that politicians on both sides of the aisle get more accomplished when they like each other. -WaPo

And of course, no self-respecting DC power-player can survive without attending establishment soirées, fundraisers, diplomatic corps and ‘historical traditions’ underpinning the ‘business of Washington’ – which Roxanne says needs ‘bipartisanship to really thrive’ after the Trump administration made everything a ‘test of loyalty.’

“Washington’s elite social world can pivot faster than a prima ballerina,” Roxanne continues – noting that a COVID-19 vaccine and a ‘call for comity’ will allow them to ‘press the reset button and start fresh.

According to the report, the ‘permanent establishment’ was polarized by a White House that referred to them as the ‘swamp’ or ‘deep state.’ Not anymore, writes Roxanne – who looks forward to DC’s return to its ‘former glory.’

For the last four years, the tone from the White House was contemptuous of Washington, dismissing the permanent establishment — the longtime politicians and former administration officials who call it home — as the “swamp” or “deep state.” The social arbiters, traditionally respectful of a new administration, quickly found themselves between a Trump and a hard place: To invite or not to invite?

Back to normal will mean more state dinners, a prestigious and glamorous way of reestablishing global ties. And it means that Washington events traditionally attended by the president and first lady for the better part of five decades — the Honors, the Alfalfa dinner, the Gridiron, the Ford’s Theatre gala and the correspondents’ dinner — will likely return to their former glory. -WaPo

“The president-elect has a great number of friends who are Republicans that he served with,” says Clinton and Obama administration veteran, Ambassador Capricia Marshall. “And he will be inviting them into the White House because that’s how you get work done: creating those relationships in these social atmospheres, making people feel invited and welcomed.

Bipartisanship equals money

Perhaps the biggest relief to Washington insiders from a lack of Trumpian politics will be the restoration of bipartisan fundraising – as “The quickest way to attract money is to have support from both sides of aisle: a Republican and a Democrat prominently displayed at the head table, with the corporate support and underwriting that greases all those wheels.”

“This idea that we are a democracy, we disagree on a lot, but we come together around certain moments. You may not be happy with who wins, but you understand and recognize the power of it,” says event planner Philip Dufour.

Capricia Marshall fondly recalls a textbook scene from every movie about corrupt Washington officials, which DC elites have been unable to recreate in Trumpian times:

I fondly remember Senator [Daniel] Inouye and Senator McCain all getting into these wonderful debates about various issues on the environment and on the economy,” says Marshall. “It was very entertaining to watch. And in the end, they would lift their glass, give each other a toast, a smile, a great laugh and carry on.”



Source: Zero Hedge, “Washington Is Exhausted”: Swamp Gears Up For Post-Trump Power Orgy