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Finding love during the ongoing pandemic

The Pandemic has changed just about everything, and dating is no exception, so how what are people doing different?

(CNN) –As March marks a year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems 2021 could be the year for love. A new survey of single Americans has found that more than half of them feel optimistic this will be the year they find “the one”. Dating, like many things, has changed since the pandemic began last year. dating…

Principal lends helping hand to student embarrassed by haircut

The student was wearing a hat to cover his head until his principal took action

Image: CNN (CNN)— We’ve all had at least one bad haircut in our lifetimes, and chances are, we remember how that bad haircut made us feel. Jason Smith, the middle school principal at Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School in Indianapolis, Indiana, understood that feeling. And that’s why it was a no-brainer to jump into action for one of his students,…

‘Last call’, large gathering restrictions have been lifted

Governor Henry McMaster announced plans to lift these restrictions Friday February 26th

Columbia, SC (WOLO) — In a statement released Friday, Governor Henry McMaster said that he would lift COVID-19 safety restrictions related for the sale of alcohol and mass gatherings. The governor says the termination of the “last call” order, which prohibited bars and restaurants from selling alcohol after 11 p.m., has been lifted as of today, Monday, March 1. According…

NASA’s first black female engineer honored during ceremony

NASA has named its HQ in the Capital after black female pioneer

Image: NASA (ABC NEWS) —NASA officially named its headquarters in the nation’s capital after Mary W. Jackson, the agency’s first Black woman engineer, with a ceremony honoring her legacy on Friday. “With the official naming of the Mary W. Jackson NASA headquarters, we ensure that she is a hidden figure no longer,” NASA acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk said during Friday’s…

Job seekers face new challenge during pandemic job hunt

Some tips to give you a better chance at snagging a job

(ABC News) — The latedt national job report shows an uptick in the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits. So far, more than 18 million people have claimed some form of jobless aid. While many Americans try to get bavk to work, they fave yet another challenge in the search process. ABC’S Elizabeth Schulze explains what job seekers can…

Mr. Potato Head is no longer a ‘Mister’

Hasbro who makes the iconic plastic childrens toy says Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head are now gender neutral

Image: Hasbro @Twitter (ABC News) –NEW YORK — Mr. Potato Head is no longer a mister. Hasbro, the company that makes the potato-shaped plastic toy, is giving the spud a gender neutral new name: Potato Head. The change will appear on boxes this year. Toy makers have been updating their classic brands to appeal to kids today. Barbie has shed…

A girl goes viral after getting poorly timed tattoo

The Kentucky woman got the ink March 1st, 2020 just before the pandemic spread out of control in the United States

(CNN) — The timing could not have been worse, for a tattoo that a Kentucky woman picked to get at the beginning of the pandemic.In fact, she says she got the tattoo on march 1st, 2020. That was just before cases of the global pandemic began to spread out of control here in the United States. The reason for the…