Monday, June 22, dreamy Neptune goes retrograde in whimsical Pisces until Saturday, November 28. Continuing the theme set by the solar eclipse, the news will likely be confusing, upsetting, and conflicting during this time as society figures out how to reopen. It a lot, even for you.
Liftoff but there was a silver lining to the clouds above Cape Canaveral: the world got to see, for the first time, NASA and SpaceX alarmingly cheesy spacesuits, which looked something like man sized Mentos dispensers topped off with garden galoshes. Whether or not Behnken and Hurley find themselves menaced by rubbery Venus ghouls in some misbegotten Roger Corman epic, the suits might lead to an even graver danger: not being able to extract their heads from the two sizes too small helmets that Musk looks to have grabbed from his local Spirit Halloween.Coronavirus infections are rising as states reopen, potentially signaling a second waveTwo days later, both and the New York Times reported that new daily cases of COVID 19 which have been falling for weeks, both nationally and in the hardest hit metropolitan areas suddenly and simultaneously started to rise in more than a dozen states. The Times counted 14 states where the rolling seven day average of new infections has climbed over the last two weeks.
The nearly 30 second clip from Bihar, probably captured on a mobile phone, shows a group of villagers rushing towards the train with packets of food. Three young men can be seen handing over a basket full of food items to a passenger from a window in the train. Thanks for sharing Sir,” wrote one of Zoramthang’s followers in response..
Like Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane was a historical figure of the wild west who made appearances in comic books since 1877. Her first appearance was in Beadle’s Half Dime Library Issue number 1 in 1877, with her next appearance in New York’s Street and Smith Weekly number 37 (January 16, 1882). Not a bad start for a woman born as Martha Jane Canary on May 1, 1852 in Princeton, Missouri.
Some well placed Republicans praised the drug price effort. “I expect deep pocketed interests to oppose anything and everything to protect the status quo,” said Sen. Chuck Grassley, R Iowa, chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee. Known for its hip Mexican style cuisine and cocktails, Nada has changed the game for Indy’s restaurant scene. With a packed dining room most nights, this eatery located in the heart of downtown, has the complete package great food and drinks in a lively, colorful atmosphere. You’ll find traditional items like tacos and margaritas along with those you wouldn’t expect like mac and cheese, fried chicken and French toast on their brunch menu.