A fan wrote, "Megastar #SalmanKhan Donates Huge 1,00,000 (1 Lakh) Bottles of FRSH SANITIZERS To Police Personnels in Mumbai Amidst This Coronavirus Lockdown! #LoveUBhaijaan!" Another fan commented, "The #SalmanKhan Man with the golden heart that's why he most lovable superstar in country hattoff God bless you. always love 🙌😍😘 #BeingHuman." … [Read more...] about Salman Khan Donates Hand Sanitizers To Mumbai Police; Fans Impressed With His Kind Gesture!
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The Venice Film Festival has said they are bound and determined to do their event this year, even in light of the continuing Coronavirus pandemic. Now, the second wheel in the traditional Fall Festival Trifecta that launches awards season, Telluride, has sent an email to all, indicating that they intend to move ahead and hold their annual Labor Day weekend festival. The festival is adding a day (as previously reported here) by starting on Thursday September 3, rather than Friday, and by adding an extra charter flight from New York City to make it easier for East coasters. … [Read more...] about Telluride Film Festival Announces It Will Go On With The Show; Plans Continue To Hold Important Oscar-Precursor Event On Schedule
41-year-old Cormier has repeatedly said he has 1 fight left in him in the UFC and then he'll retire -- but so far, no fight date has been set. He's hoping to get his rematch with Stipe Miocic sometime this year. … [Read more...] about Triple H Raves About Cormier and McGregor, We’d Love to Have ‘Em After UFC
To be sure, the Geffen is now shut tight by the pandemic, as is the entire theater community. The Present thus represents a sort of defiance of the shutdown, announcing that “the show must still go on,” albeit in living rooms. The limited audiences buying tickets to the show may invite guests to their homes, together unwrapping their “mystery boxes” as they prep for the performance. … [Read more...] about Peter Bart: Director Matt Shakman Delivers Artistic Wake-Up Calls Worthy Of The Great Reopening
The city has been on lockdown since March as the virus spread rapidly and the hospital and health care workers were tested. Over 20,000 people have died and 200,000 been infected. The city still does not have quite enough hospital beds available (it needs 30%) or contact tracers in place under state guidelines but Governor Cuomo said it most likely would in a week’s time. It would allow for non-essential stores like clothing, furniture and electronics, to open for curbside pickup and a resumption of non-essential construction and manufacturing. … [Read more...] about New York City To Start Phased Reopening June 8, Governor Andrew Cuomo Says