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    Mary Elizabeth Williams August 8, 2020 9:30PM (UTC) I judge cookbooks the same way I judge meals: by the desserts. However gloriously crunchy, salty, savory, spicy and cheesy all the other the content may be, if there isn't something resembling cake at the end, I become very crabby. So when a few years ago I received the first cookbook from America's sweetheart, Chrissy Teigen, I gasped when it abruptly ended with a recipe for stuffed chicken breasts. As Teigen explains in the introduction to "Cravings," she wanted her book to have everything — "except dessert." This to me is like ending a rom-com before someone runs to the airport to declare their love in front of a TSA agent....
    CHICAGO — Street dining is coming to River North this weekend. Clark Street between Grand Avenue and Kinzie Street will be closed to most drivers starting Friday morning, with the closures returning for upcoming weekends, according to a press release from Frontera Grill. The move will allow restaurants in the eatery-heavy area to set up tables in the streets so they can serve more patrons. The city could not immediately be reached for comment, but it’s implemented similar measures on streets throughout Chicago to help struggling restaurants make it through the coronavirus pandemic. The closure on Clark will run Friday mornings to Sunday nights and is expected to last through patio season, according to the press release. Emergency vehicles will...
    She had a tremble to her, the inner tremble you could feel with just a hand on her shoulder. I saw her in a grocery store. Had not seen her in some months. I asked about her kids and husband, and when I did, her eyes watered, her chin quivered, and the story spilled out. He’d left her. After twenty years of marriage, three kids, and a dozen moves, gone. Traded her in for a younger model. She did her best to maintain her composure but couldn’t. The grocery store produce section became a sanctuary of sorts. Right there between the tomatoes and the heads of lettuce, she wept. We prayed. PHIL ROBERTSON: HOW GOD GAVE ME THE BEST THING...
    Dr. Dan Erickson, owner of Accelerated Urgent Care, spoke at Monday’s “White Coat Summit” on Capitol Hill as part of a greater effort to extinguish fears surrounding the Chinese coronavirus and reminded the public that “99.8 percent of people get through this with little to no progressive or significant disease.” Erickson addressed the dominant narrative of rising cases of the virus within the U.S. and pointed out that it is causing undue fear. “A case is a person, healthy, that tested positive. The vast majority. But the public hears cases and thinks, ‘Oh my goodness. These are sick people!’ No the vast majority — 99.8 percent of people get through this with little to no progressive or significant disease,” Erickson said....
    Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Teddi Mellencamp’s husband, Edwin Arroyave, shared his feelings surrounding the news that his infant daughter, Dove Mellencamp Arroyave, will undergo neurosurgery later this month. The businessman shared his sentiments on Instagram on Tuesday when Edwin wrote about the challenges he has faced in his life and how he dealt with them. While the father of four has faced many obstacles, those that involve his family were the hardest. “When it comes to the people I love most, the challenges test me,” Edwin wrote. In a post promoting an upcoming podcast appearance with Albert Preciado, Edwin discussed the challenges he has recently faced in business. The two men explained how in life, it is often...
    It is thought that the average attention span is eight seconds. That means when it comes to reading long books, documents, and emails, it can be hard to retain the last sentence you read, let alone whole chapters or pages worth of information. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can improve your reading attention span, one popular tactic being speed reading. Contrary to popular belief, speed reading isn’t just about moving through books as fast as you can. It’s about eliminating bad habits and distractions so that you can get through books faster, while at the same time retaining the information you just read. Intrigued? The Speed Reading & Memory Mastery Bundle can help show you the ropes. This...
    HOUSTON, Texas -- Food pantries and non-profit organizations have been working around the clock to help families, and one kid wanted to do his part. Kyle Garvis, and 8th grader from Houston, Texas, started helping Kids' Meals Houston through his basketball team. The organization gets food to children who need it the most.But when the pandemic began, Kyle learned he was too young to volunteer. So, he asked his parents to earn money through chores and used the funds to buy food and donate it to Kids' Meals. Kyle then asked his school to help with his plan, and he's been able to deliver more than 1,900 meals to the non-profit. He hopes to donate at least 2,020 meals since...
    In the wake of George Floyd being killed while under police custody, "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said on Friday that the current climate of social unrest in the United States is comparable to the Vietnam War era. “The only thing that I can think of that even compares is 1968, the Vietnam war in full force, Americans being killed, protesters being shot and killed on college campuses, and then the Democratic Convention in Chicago with the anti-war protesters, police hitting them in the streets,” Wallace told “America’s Newsroom," just hours before the arrest of the officer who knelt on Floyd's neck while he was handcuffed. “That was one of the times when you wondered, is the center gonna hold, are we going...