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    Fans at the Smash Mouth concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally on Sunday in South Dakota. KOTATV Smash Mouth held a concert on Sunday during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, an annual 10-day festival in South Dakota that was held despite the novel coronavirus pandemic.  Videos from the concert show large crowds with an apparent lack of social distancing and very few people wearing masks.  At one point in the video, Smash Mouth front man Steve Harwell can be heard saying: "F--- that COVID s---." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Smash Mouth became the latest band to hold a concert amid the coronavirus this weekend, and video of the event shows hundreds of attendees not wearing masks....
    (CNN)The rock band Smash Mouth put on a performance for hundreds of people -- many of whom were not wearing masks -- over the weekend in South Dakota.The concert took place during the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, a massive event that historically draws about 500,000 people to the area. Sturgis city officials told CNN this year's event would be a scaled-down version of the rally where health guidelines like social distancing would be recommended. The band was one of several performers scheduled to make an appearance at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip campground, about three miles outside of the city of Sturgis. Video from CNN affiliate KOTA -TV captured the crowds during the performanceIn video captured by CNN affiliate KOTA-TV,...
    Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., reacted to Attorney General Bill Barr’s opening tribute to the late Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga. Barr, in his opening testimony before the House Judiciary committee, paid respects to Lewis, an “indomitable champion of civil rights and rule of law,” and highlighted his “unwavering commitment to nonviolence.” “You started your testimony with eloquent words about the life and legacy of John Lewis fighting systematic racism,” Richmond said. “When you all came here and brought your top staff, you brought no B lack people,” the Louisiana Democrat pointed out. “That, sir, is systematic racism. That is exactly what John Lewis spent his life fighting.” JOHN LEWIS, CIVIL RIGHTS ICON, CONGRESSMAN FOR 33 YEARS, DEAD AT 80  “And so...
    Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced Thursday the launch of a bilingual campaign called “Stronger Than COVID,” which seeks promote the use of face masks and that it will cost approximately three million dollars. The campaign was run in conjunction with an association of advertising agencies and the Arizona Governor’s Office. Ads will be broadcast on different platforms, including media in Spanish, where important information will be given to the community on how to protect themselves and the importance of the use of the mask will be highlighted. “Our purpose is to get this message to all Arizonans. We are proud to join the private sector to highlight the importance of these practices as we continue to fight COVID-19Ducey said...
    Mouth lesions and spots on the palate may be a new symptom of the novel coronavirus, a new study suggests. Researchers found that one-third of COVID-19 patients with skin rashes on their arms and legs also had breakouts on the roofs of their mouths.  What's more, these splotches usually appeared about two weeks after people first experienced more well-known symptoms such as fever or shortness of breath.  The team from Ramon y Cajal University Hospital in Madrid, Spain, says doctors and nurses should examine the oral cavities of confirmed or suspected coronavirus patients to see if they are also exhibiting these signs.  A new study from Spain found that one-third of coronavirus patients with skin rashes had enanthem, which...
    Fried butter. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Fairs are known for their over-the-top foods, especially of the fried variety. Though many state and county fairs have been postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, that doesn't mean we can't celebrate these culinary concoctions. At the Iowa State Fair, they sell everything from fried butter to Bacon Ball on a Stick. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. National Junk Food Day, which falls on July 21, is almost upon us — and what better place to snag some junk food than the local county or state fair. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, many fairs will look different, or have been canceled altogether. But it's all the more reason to...
    SAN FRANCISCO, California -- Besides learning about science and art, kids at a San Francisco summer camp got an even bigger lesson this week about the coronavirus.It began with an unusual request - "You see this part, the fuzzy part? That is going to go in your nose."That is just one of the instructions UCSF researchers gave the kids at Celsius and Beyond summer camp.They spent the day with the group not just testing kids but also the staff and parents.Researchers picked Celsius and Beyond because it is one of the few summer camps in the Bay Area that is holding in-person sessions indoors."We are testing at the beginning of camp and we'll test again at the end of camp...
    CNN host Jake Tapper was told to 'watch your mouth' by rapper Ice Cube after he called Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, 'a vile anti-LGBTQ anti-Semitic misogynist.'   Tapper's full tweet read: 'Farrakhan is a vile anti-LGBTQ anti-Semitic misogynist. Why is a Fox channel airing his propaganda?' The tweet came after the Fox Soul network, a streaming channel, said it would be airing Farrakhan's Message to America later this week. Nation of Islam is an African American political and religious movement. Rapper Ice Cube called out Jake Tapper, pictured, after he criticized Louis Farrakhan on Twitter 'Farrakhan is a vile anti-LGBTQ anti-Semitic misogynist. Why is a Fox channel airing his propaganda?' tweeted Tapper Rapper Ice...
    An Allegiant Air passenger was photographed sitting in his seat appearing to wear his face mask in an unusual position. Allegiant Air has previously announced it won’t be requiring passengers to wear masks while on board until July 2. (iStock) Nearby passenger Jessica Hazeltine took a photo of the anonymous traveler, seemingly sitting across the aisle from her, wearing his surgical facemask across his eyes like a sleep mask — instead of for its intended use covering his nose and mouth. CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE “Haven’t been on Twitter for, wow, 11 years, but this was a photo I took on my flight from Cleveland to Nashville on Allegiant Airlines on Friday,” Hazeltine wrote. “Yes, this man use a...
    By EUAN KERR, Minnesota Public Radio News ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Ojibwe author Tom Peacock says he started out as a history person. He wrote Native American history books for school students and adults. But he says he had other stories in his head he wanted to get out. So, he turned to fiction — which in time led to “The Wolf’s Trail.” “In a way it’s historical fiction, I suppose” he told Minnesota Public Radio News. “In a way, it’s not. It’s cultural fiction. I’m not sure what it is. I am not sure there’s a word for it.” So, let’s say what it is: an immensely readable recasting of Ojibwe stories told by aging wolf Zhi-shay. He...
    Coronavirus — World Health Organization (who) recommended a few weeks ago the use of glasses as a measure of protection against coronavirus. The health agency commissioned a study from McMaster University of Canada to look at the protection offered by the glasses against the pathogen. The investigation concluded that people who wore glasses had a lower risk of contracting COVID-19. The reason given to advise the use of glasses is that coronavirus is transmitted through respiratory drops breathed out by an infected person when they cough or sneeze. These particles can enter the mouth or nose, but also the eyes, since it has been shown that the conjunctiva of the eye is a gateway for the virus, so the...
    DOWNTOWN — A City Council committee will vote on a resolution calling for the establishment of The Chicago Descendants of Enslaved Africans Reparations Commission, on Friday after hearing testimony Thursday on the harm done to Black Chicagoans by systemic racism. If formed, the 16 member commission would be charged with engaging with Chicago citizens of African descent and would hold public hearings to consider what form reparations would take in Chicago. The Committee on Health and Human Relations recessed on Thursday after two hours of testimony and questions from alderman, the meeting will resume at 3p.m. Friday for a vote.  Committee Chair, Ald. Rod Sawyer (6th), who introduced the resolution, told Block Club the need for reparations is “long overdue.”...
    SUPERIOR, Wis. — Divers recovered the body of a 6-year-old Duluth, Minn., boy on Wednesday evening after an extensive search of Lake Superior. Rescuers had searched the waters at the mouth of the Middle River in Douglas County for the missing boy, who had been playing in the water with his family when he disappeared. Lakeside Fire Chief Nova Nordrum said first responders were called to the scene at 1:39 p.m. on a report that two children were in the water. At 1:46 p.m., a 9-year-old girl had been pulled from the water and revived on shore. The boy was still missing. Following an extensive search employing sonar-equipped boats and a helicopter, divers recovered the boy’s body in 7 feet...