Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Grocery stores may be feeling the pinch right now as coronavirus fears stop people from leaving the house for their usual errands. But with people becoming increasingly uncomfortable with shopping for long periods of time indoors, a number of meal delivery services are helping to fill in the menu. “We’ve seen a very dramatic increase in demand from both our current subscribers as well as our new subscribers,” says Vanessa Meyers, SVP of Growth at Sun Basket , which offers home delivery of both full meals and individual items for “all-day healthy eating” (think: protein bars, jerky, nuts and crackers). Meyers says the company has “seen an uptick” in orders since last March and continues to fulfill deliveries as new customers come in. “We have food available for … [Read more...] about Skipping Grocery Stores Amid Covid Concerns, People Turn to These Meal Delivery Kits for Dinner
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Dr. X is a dad. Appropriately – boringly – at 4:37 p.m. on a national holiday, he is lighting a charcoal grill, about to grab a pair of tongs with one hand and a beer with the other. His kids are running around their suburban patio, which could be anywhere; Dr. X, though impressively educated now, grew up poor in a town that is basically nowhere. Like most Americans, he is a Christian. Like a lot of health-conscious men, he fights dad bod by working out once or twice a week, before going into his medical practice. Somewhat less conventionally, two hours ago, he was escorting a woman around his yard, helping her walk off a large dose of MDMA. He’s the one who’d given it to her, earlier in the morning, drugging her out of her mind. This would be psychedelic-assisted therapy, the not-new but increasingly popular practice of administering psychotropic substances to treat a wide range of physical, psychological and psycho-spiritual concerns. “Some people … [Read more...] about The Psychedelic Miracle
Gwyneth Paltrow recently revealed that she had COVID-19 during the early days of the pandemic and is still suffering from lingering effects including fatigue and brain fog. Paltrow spoke about her experience surviving the deadly virus on her Goop website. She wrote that she "had COVID-19 early on, and it left me with some long-tail fatigue and brain fog." The post revealed that while recovering from the virus, she focused on eating healthy and reducing her sugar and alcohol intake. "In January, I had some tests done that showed really high levels of inflammation in my body. So I turned to one of the smartest experts I know in this space, the functional medicine practitioner Dr. Will Cole. After he saw all my labs, he explained that this was a case where the road to healing was going to be longer than usual," she added. Talking about her healthy diet she revealed that, she liked cooking during the time and some of the dishes were really delicious. Sharing … [Read more...] about Gwyneth Paltrow Says She Is Suffering From Brain Fog After Recovering From COVID-19
S AN FRANCISCO — 21-year-old Hell’s Angel has been indicted for the murder of Meredith Hunter at the Rolling Stones ‘ disastrous free concert at Altamont . Alameda County District Attorney Lowell Jensen announced the March 24th arrest of Alan David Passaro, who was taken into custody at Soledad Prison, where he was already serving a term for grand theft and sale of grass. Jensen said Passaro was out on bail, awaiting trial on those charges, the day of the concert. He has since been transferred to the Alameda County Jail, where he is being held without bail on the murder charge. Passaro has a long prison record dating back to 1963 in Antioch, when he was arrested for auto theft and sent to Juvenile Hall. He has been arrested six times in the past, four of them resulting in convictions. At the time of his arrest for murder, he was serving time for back-to-back convictions in June and July of 1969 in San Jose. According to Alameda County Sheriff Lt. James Chisholm and Detective … [Read more...] about The Rolling Stones at Altamont: What Went Wrong?
Part One: The Death I n the six years since Jimi Hendrix died, his legacy has become one of contemporary culture’s most heavily trafficked “natural” resources. At last count there were four filmed documentaries; six books (one each in France and Germany, two each in the U.S. and U.K.); one magazine and uncounted boutiques and discotheques named after his song, “Foxy Lady”; eight albums from Warners and an amazing 49 bootleg LPs; two Jimi Hendrix archives (in Seattle and Amsterdam); a Jimi Hendrix Memorial Foundation (one of the sloppier rip-offs, about which more soon); and thousands of posters and pendants and T-shirts and buttons and busts, authorized and otherwise. In addition, by spring of 1976, there’d been 165 different legal actions involving the Hendrix estate and perhaps as many more involving related figures, such as Warner Brothers and the estate of Michael Jeffrey, Hendrix’s manager who died in 1973. Settlements have ranged widely, from $300,000 in back royalties … [Read more...] about A Piece of Jimi Hendrix’s Rainbow