A good morning starts with whatever you fit in it, as according to your routine. While some opt to go for a morning workout [jogging, sit-ups etc], others do none of that. But whether you do this or not, having a glass of warm water with lemon can do really great things for your life.
It is the one thing you can effortlessly add to your daily routine and reap really tremendous results for your health; body and skin.
Japanese Tennis Player, Naomi Osaka on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 qualified for the semi-finals after winning her ninth consecutive match since the tour restart, knocking out Shelby Rogers 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinal and securing her first win in four career meetings with the American.
2019’s Cats – Universal Pictures’ overhyped adaptation of the 1981 stage musical – was a total washout, to say the least. And it was not due to lack of talent or experience – for it gathered quite an ensemble of stars – we are talking James Corden, Judi Dench, Jason Derulo, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, Taylor Swift, Rebel Wilson, Francesca Hayward, and Tom Hooper himself who helmed 2012’s Award-winning Les Misérables.
The piano melodies beckon. Then, ascends, a humming intro. After that, adlibs, a surely gracious voice. It’s rather an infrequent working of a mezzo-soprano. You know, there and then, you are in for some great artistry. And you are.
I have listened to the song for literally six months and I have not wanted to stop.
“Try me” is it; the spellbinding single from Nigeria’s up and coming Tems.
In a short video that Hollywood star, Salma Hayek posted on her Instagram platform, June 4, 2020, she makes an impassioned plea to her brothers and sisters, from Mexico and Latin America, to come around and lend support to the African Americans’ cause.
“To my Latin-American Community,” she started carefully, making cogent of the need to join the Black Lives Matter Movement and speak up against injustice. She, practically, was imploring them to drag themselves from their it’s-not-my-fight attitude, and rise to the occasion.
British Rapper Stormzy has said he will donate £10m to “organizations, charities and movements that are committed to fighting racial inequality, justice reform and black empowerment within the UK” over the next 10 years.
Lionel Richie’s legacy is again about to be cemented in Hollywood — literally — his songs, like “Endless Love”, are going to be playing on a theater screen.
According to the grapevine, Walt Disney Studios is developing an original movie musical based on Lionel’s vast catalog of hits. The musical is tentatively titled All Night Long, and it’ll be live action, rather than animated.
For little over eighteen minutes, Daily Show’s Trevor Noah weighed in on the deep-seated anger and the whys and wherefores that sparked off the Black Lives Matter protests across the cities of the United States – and even abroad.
Noah, in his monologue, likened this whole conundrum to the game of Dominoes, explaining that while the tipping point of the protracted protests was George Floyd, the 46-year-old black man who was killed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by a policeman who knelt on his neck for over 8 minutes, the momentum of the Black Lives Matter Movement feeds off long-lasting frustration of African American people who have suffered long from multiple injustices, including the brutality of the Police.
It is heartening that scientists, all across the globe, are spending sleepless nights in hospitals and laboratories trying to rescue us all from the snare of the Corona Virus. They are our heroes.
Social distancing is the new normal. For until the Corona Virus cure arrives – or the vaccine, for that matter – we are advised to stay safe and keep indoors – all day, all night – something that is driving a ton of people crazy. We are not having the luxury of taking strolls in the street as we take selfies. We ain’t slayin’ no more – until further notice — except, perhaps, if it has to do with fighting for our god-given [inalienable] human rights in the street — because #blacklivesmatter.