300 Click for offerNot anymore. On Thursday, Mr. Rubenstein got to school early. Now, after 35 years, they have decided to close. Their lease is up and with operating costs rising, they would have needed a reduction in rent to continue. But more important, after years of working seven days a week with a skeletal staff, they are simply ready to retire.
Vodafone is turning on its 5G service on July 3 in the UK, the network announced on Tuesday, with the bonus that it will be available at the same price as 4G for both businesses and consumers. “Mom may not know why she doesn’t like it,” he said. It’ll be a gut reaction, he added, but she’ll either ask for a reshoot or not buy photos. Pens scribbled furiously around the room.XS M S
TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEIn the meantime, a few brands are dallying with cool stuff on the side. Jimmy Choo recently unveiled a heated lace-up urban hiking boot. It warms up via a battery in the heel, and then connects to a phone app so you can control and monitor the temperature. Ralph Lauren has designed heated versions of its Polo 11 and Olympic puffer jackets (they are also controlled via an app). UNC had a higher death rate than nearly all of the 82 institutions that publicly report numbers, according to limited data from the hospital. The turmoil underscores concerns about the quality and consistency of health care across the country.
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYSupporters of net neutrality say the internet as we know it may not exist much longer without the protections. Major tech companies, such as Google and Facebook, and internet luminaries, such as web creator Tim Berners-Lee, fall into that camp. Since the repeal, they've been working in Congress and in state legislatures to reinstate the rules. Some critics of the police said that the incident was a vivid example of the kind of excessive force that they said the police routinely used against unarmed black men, even though two of the prosecuted detectives were also black.
In a little more than 90 minutes, Klayman races through hundreds of news cycles from 2017 and 2018, inducing an especially acute version of the information whiplash that characterizes the Trump era. Horror alternates with grim comedy. Events you may have forgotten about collide with others you can’t believe took place so long ago, or so recently. Bannon harks back to earlier moments — Hillary Clinton’s “deplorables” speech; the scandal he calls “Billy Bush week” — as if they were Civil War battles. In a sense, they are. You’re reading In Her Words, where women rule the headlines.