The 10 Best Cashmere Sweaters in 2020

first_img See it!Get The Oversized Stroopwafel Turtleneck in ReCashmere with free shipping for $155, available from Everlane!Best Cashmere Sweater for Men Nordstrom-Men's-Shop-Cashmere-Crewneck-SweaterNordstrom Men’s Shop Cashmere Crewneck Sweater Nordstrom- Advertisement – A new season means a new shopping list, and it’s no surprise that cashmere sweaters are at the top of our must-haves. A cashmere knit is known for being incredibly lightweight, soft and beyond warm. And yes, a cashmere sweater can be an expensive buy — but we’ve picked out 10 options that cover a wide range of budgets. Check out what cashmere we’re stocking up on below, and get ready for the ultimate in coziness!Best Cashmere Turtleneck SweaterThe Oversized Stroopwafel Turtleneck in ReCashmereThe Oversized Stroopwafel Turtleneck in ReCashmere EverlaneThe turtleneck collar on this cashmere sweater is clean and modern, which is just one of many reasons we love it. Everlane’s cashmere offering is high-quality — and so affordable too!- Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Do you feel that chill in the air? It’s officially sweater weather, and we’re so excited. Fall is in full swing, and before we know it, winter will be upon Us. The awkward transitional period between summer and fall is over, and our lighter clothing is now comfortably stowed in the back of our closets.- Advertisement – Shopping for a holiday gift? This simple sweater available in a slew of staple shades is a solid gift for any gent in your life! See it!Get the Nordstrom Men’s Shop Cashmere Crewneck Sweater with free shipping for $145, available at Nordstrom!Best Cozy Cashmere SweaterState Cashmere Oversized Turtleneck Tunic Sweater 100% Pure CashmereState Cashmere Oversized Turtleneck Tunic Sweater 100% Pure Cashmere AmazonThis cashmere sweater is loose, lightweight and seriously cozy. Wear it tucked in for a minimalist fashion moment, or leave it out for a tunic-style vibe. See it!Get the State Cashmere Oversized Turtleneck Tunic Sweater 100% Pure Cashmere for prices starting at just $90, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Best Breathable Cashmere SweaterJENNIE LIU Women's 100% Cashmere Button Front Long Sleeve Crewneck Cardigan SweaterJENNIE LIU Women’s 100% Cashmere Button Front Long Sleeve Crewneck Cardigan Sweater AmazonIntroducing the ideal layering piece. Cashmere cardigans are genius — if you need to let a little air in, just pop open the button closures and you’re good to go! See it!Get the JENNIE LIU Women’s 100% Cashmere Button Front Long Sleeve Crewneck Cardigan Sweater for prices starting at $108, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Best Chunky Cashmere SweaterAilaile Cashmere Wool Sweater Women's Twist Thick TurtleneckAilaile Cashmere Wool Sweater Women’s Twist Thick Turtleneck AmazonChunky sweaters have been trending since Chris Evans‘ knit stole the show in Knives Out. This similar sweater has an effortlessly cool and slouchy look — plus, the texture of the knit will feel fabulous against the skin. See it!Get the Ailaile Cashmere Wool Sweater Women’s Twist Thick Turtleneck for prices starting at $38, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Best Black Cashmere SweaterLark & Ro Women's Sweaters V Neck Cashmere Sweater with Bell SleevesLark & Ro Women’s Sweaters V Neck Cashmere Sweater with Bell Sleeves AmazonThis cashmere sweater from Amazon has a classic V-neckline, but is elevated thanks to the sleek sleeves. This option will never go out of style, but will provide a fashionable kick to every ensemble. See it!Get the Lark & Ro Women’s Sweaters V Neck Cashmere Sweater with Bell Sleeves for prices starting at $65, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Best Quality Premium Cashmere SweaterRalph Lauren Classic Button-Shoulder SweaterRalph Lauren Classic Button-Shoulder Sweater Saks Fifth AvenueRalph Lauren — need we say more? This designer knows how to master classic American style, and this gorgeous piece is no exception. It reminds Us of something out of a Nancy Meyers movie. See it!Get the Ralph Lauren Classic Button-Shoulder Sweater with free shipping for $168, available from Saks Fifth Avenue!Best Cashmere Crewneck SweaterThe Cashmere CrewThe Cashmere Crew EverlaneThis is a straightforward sweater, but the cashmere it’s made from is super luxe! Remember: When it comes to cashmere, Everlane is always an affordable (and totally dependable) option. See it!Get The Cashmere Crew sweater with free shipping for $100, available from Everlane!Best Affordable Cashmere SweaterJENNIE LIU J Cashmere Women's 100% Cashmere Long Sleeve Pullover Crew Neck SweaterJENNIE LIU J Cashmere Women’s 100% Cashmere Long Sleeve Pullover Crew Neck Sweater AmazonThis sumptuous sweater is made from pure cashmere, and you score one now for as little as $50. It’s a steal, and will make a strong gift for any fashion fan. See it!Get the JENNIE LIU J Cashmere Women’s 100% Cashmere Long Sleeve Pullover Crew Neck Sweater for prices starting at just $50, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Best Open-Front Cashmere SweaterSplendid Women's Cashmere Blend Retreat CardiganSplendid Women’s Cashmere Blend Retreat Cardigan AmazonWe love the slouchiness of this loose, open-front longline cardigan. Splendid is known for being the cream of the crop in terms of comfy clothes, so get in on the action. See it!Get the Splendid Women’s Cashmere Blend Retreat Cardigan for prices starting at $84, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 6, 2020, but are subject to change.Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at ShopWithUs@usmagazine.com. Happy shopping! – Advertisement –last_img read more

Diwali 2020: 5 Gift Ideas to Make Your Loved Ones’ Diwali Super Special

first_img5. Marshall Stanmore II Voice 80 W Bluetooth Speaker (Rs. 31,999) The Marshall Stanmore II Voice is a beautifully crafted smart speaker for those who have a bigger budget. The sound-quality of the speaker is bound to take your music listening experience to the next level. Coupled with built-in Google Assistant, the speaker lets you control your music using voice commands. Marshall Stanmore II Voice is enabled with multi-room connection, which lets the speaker wirelessly play different genres of music across rooms.The retro design of the speaker gives it an old-school charm and makes the perfect Diwali for your music loving friends. In case that’s too expensive though, check out our guide to the best smart speakers on the market. Price: Rs. 31,999 | Where to buy: FlipkartWhich is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. – Advertisement – Diwali 2020 is almost here. In case you are still searching for the perfect gift for your loved ones, fret no more. We have hand-picked a few tech products which you can gift to your dear ones. We have chosen the gifts keeping in mind the change in our lifestyles following the pandemic. There are products across diverse categories that will be useful now, and we’ve listed items that have strong ratings or reviews, and are good value-for-money.These gift ideas cover great picks at different price points so that you can find something great no matter what your budget is this Diwali. Read on and find the perfect gift for your friends and family and make their Diwali super special.1. Samson Go Mic Portable USB Condenser Microphone (Rs. 4,990)- Advertisement – Price: Rs. 4,990 | Where to buy: Flipkart, Amazon2. Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen) with Clock (Rs. 5,499)The latest smart speaker by Amazon comes with a refreshed spherical design and an LED display that shows time, outdoor temperature or timers. The light sensor automatically adjusts the display’s brightness, day or night. The smart home speaker can act as your personal assistant. If you have smart home automation products in your home you can use Echo to voice- control the products.- Advertisement –center_img samson go mic portable usb condenser microphone amazon go micA lot of people have turned to content creation following the pandemic. The Samson Go Mic is the ideal gift for your content creator friend. The Go Mic is a mic that can be clipped right onto your laptop or sit on your desk. It’s compatible with a Mac or Windows PC. The Go Mic is perfect for recording music, podcasts or field recording.The Go Mic has omnidirectional sound pickup patterns with a resolution of 44.1kHz. The package includes a USB cable, cable clip and carry case along with the microphone. The microphone is compact and fits easily in the pocket making it extremely handy.- Advertisement – Although the pre-order has started on Amazon, the product won’t be delivered until later in the year. Nevertheless, the Amazon Echo (4th Gen) (review) is a useful and pocket-friendly gifting choice.Price: Rs. 5,499 | Where to buy : Amazon3. NESCAFE E’ Smart Personal Coffee Maker (Rs.5,999)nescafe e smart personal coffee maker amazon smart coffee makerThis is the perfect gift for any coffee-lover. The NESCAFE E’ Smart Personal Coffee Maker is a smart, app-enabled hot and cold coffee maker. With it, you can prepare a variety of customised coffee like creamy iced coffees, cinnamon cappuccinos, and ginger spiced lattes. The coffee maker can be controlled via the Nescafe E Connected mug app on your smartphone and the coffee will be prepared in just 60-90 seconds. This is an ideal gifting choice for anybody who might be missing reaching out to the office coffee vending machine, given the unexpected shift in our working conditions. Price: Rs.5,999 | Where to buy: Flipkart, Amazon4. Realme Smart TV 43 (Rs.19,999) This has been the year of content streaming and for your dearest binge-lover, there is no better thing to give than a Smart TV. Realme Smart TV 43 is one of the most budget-friendly smart TVs in the market. The device runs on Android TV 9 Pie, with access to the Google Play Store for Android TV. It is powered by MediaTek MSD6683 processor, paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The TV also supports HDR10 standard, Dolby Audio and Bluetooth v5.0.For sound, the Realme TV uses a four-speaker system with 24W of rated sound output. Connectivity options include three HDMI ports, two USB ports, and single AV, LAN, and ANT ports. In case you are interested in other TV choices, you can explore our top smart TV recommendations.Price: Rs. 19,999 | Where to buy: Flipkartlast_img read more

WHO issues revised plan to douse pandemic spark

first_img Isolation of a novel virus with avian and human genes, or a virus with an increased number of mutations not seen in avian isolates, from one or more people with moderate-to-severe respiratory illness, along with epidemiological evidence of a change in transmission pattern Mar 10 United Nations news release on rapid reaction teams to contain pandemichttp://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=17760&Cr=bird&Cr1=flu Fukuda noted in another Mar 10 Reuters report that aspects of the WHO containment plan raise challenging ethical issues, including some related to quarantine. “The WHO pandemic influenza draft protocol for rapid response and containment” posits the possibility of identifying an emerging pandemic in time to stop it by using antivirals, isolation, quarantine, and social distancing. The document is a revision of a first draft that was released in late January. “It is clear that if we try to contain a pandemic—and this has never been attempted before, there is no precedent—that there is a very good chance that we will fail, that we will not be able to stop it,” Fukuda said. “However, there is also a very good chance that if we mount this kind of effort we may slow down the spread of a pandemic virus early on. If we do that, if we buy some substantial amount of time and that means weeks, then we can really increase the chance for having more vaccines available more rapidly.” To further that effort, an international stockpile of antivirals has been created with industry donations. Three million treatment courses will be ready by May for use only in an intervention to contain the virus at it source, the WHO said. WHO’s pandemic draft plan for rapid response and containment, issued Mar 17http://www2.wpro.who.int/NR/rdonlyres/EDA8DF37-AD85-425E-9431-1D80476C2639/0/WHOHQ20060530.pdf Moderate-to-severe respiratory illness or death in 5 to 10 people with evidence of human-to-human transmission to at least some of them, and lab-confirmed H5N1 diagnoses in more than two of them Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH, a leading pandemic preparedness advocate and a skeptic on the possibility of containment, said the revised WHO plan represents “a more realistic approach” to containment than the previous version. “However, the activity of the last 2 months in countries throughout Asia, Europe, and Africa only further supports the fact that early recognition and documentation of an emerging pandemic is going to be difficult if not impossible,” he added. “We will develop a roster of people who have received a great deal of training about what in fact are the containment procedures, what is influenza, what is the nature of the threat,” said Keiji Fukuda, acting director of the WHO’s global influenza program, in the news release. Reuters news service reported on Mar 10 that WHO would train about 100 experts for the rapid response. WHO has convened experts three times since December to consider a draft protocol for early containment of a pandemic flu, the document states. Aug 3, 2005, CIDRAP News story describing the studies on which the WHO protocol is based “If a pandemic flu strain had emerged in any number of areas where cases or clusters have occurred in recent months, that pandemic strain would’ve been long gone to the rest of world by now,” said Osterholm, director of the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, publisher of the CIDRAP Web site. The initial protocol is still being refined, with a meeting scheduled Mar 28 with Roche officials to refine procedures for delivering the company’s oseltamivir supplies to WHO. “A more detailed operational plan, in line with actions recommended in this protocol, is the expected outcome,” WHO said in its report. Jan 27, 2006, CIDRAP News story on earlier version of the WHO containment plan The concept is based on mathematical models suggesting that early, efficient human-to-human transmission of a potential pandemic virus could be identified and contained if authorities had appropriate surveillance in place and moved quickly to quell the outbreak. The models relied on mass dispensing of antiviral drugs in an outbreak zone, along with social distancing and quarantine measures. The WHO document further describes the roles and responsibilities of countries in helping to contain a pandemic, as well as the roles and responsibilities of WHO. “No attempt has ever been made to alter the natural course of a pandemic near its start,” WHO says. “Moreover, given the unpredictable behavior of influenza viruses, no one can know in advance whether the start of a pandemic will begin gradually, following the emergence of a virus not yet fully adapted to humans, or be announced by a sudden explosion of cases, thereby precluding any attempt at containment.” Moderate-to-severe respiratory illness or death in three or more healthcare workers with no known exposure to H5N1 other than contact with ill patients, and laboratory confirmation of H5N1 infection in at least one of those workers Compelling evidence that more than one generation of human-to-human transmission has occurred Mar 22, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a new draft of its plan for spotting and stopping a budding influenza pandemic. The WHO recommends investigating clusters of three or more people with unexplained moderate-to-severe respiratory illness and with illness onsets within 7 to 10 days of one another. In addition, the patients in the cluster must have a history “strongly suggesting potential exposure to the H5N1 virus,” such as travel in an infected area, direct contact with infected or dead birds or animals, close contact with an H5N1 patient, or possible occupational exposure. One of the agency’s roles will be to train rapid reaction teams over the next few months, according to a Mar 10 news release from the agency. The teams will include epidemiologists, laboratory specialists, and logistics, ethics, and communications experts, the release said. The WHO identified four trigger points for attempting rapid containment of a virus: See also: The WHO also identifies situations in which rapid containment should not be tried: when studies fail to confirm H5N1 or another novel influenza A virus; when the affected population is too big to provide for basic needs and emergency care during containment; and when more than 4 to 6 weeks have passed since the initial cluster was identified. He said he still regards a flu pandemic, sooner or later, as inevitable. “The only thing that’s really going to take pandemic influenza off the table is an influenza vaccine that can be produced in advance of the actual pandemic strain, and for which there is global production capacity and distribution ability to quickly put a world seal over this virus, not a local blanket,” he said. Further meetings “with countries and partners” will be scheduled to address drug distribution issues. Currently the plan indicates that Roche stands ready to ship 1.5 million doses stored in the United States and another 1.5 million doses stored in Switzerland. Success would depend on prompt response to suspicious clusters of human influenza cases, WHO acknowledged. The mass dispensing of antivirals would need to start within 21 days after detection of the first case of efficient human-to-human transmission. Accomplishing that implies succeeding at a number of earlier steps, including detecting the clusters, communicating quickly and accurately from the local to the international level, and quickly obtaining outside assistance in investigation and response.last_img read more

FDA names director for pandemic preparedness

first_imgJul 21, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created a new position that involves directing the evaluation of products for emerging and pandemic disease threats and has named veteran staff member Mark Goldberger, MD, MPH, to fill it.Goldberger has been appointed “medical director for emerging and pandemic disease threats” in the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER), the agency announced yesterday.”Dr. Goldberger will serve as a Senior Advisor for CBER’s pandemic flu program to plan, coordinate and implement activities related to the development and evaluation of products for emerging and pandemic threats,” the FDA said in a news release.On the FDA staff since 1989, Goldberger currently directs the Office of Antimicrobial Products in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, officials said. He “has been at the forefront of combating other emerging infectious diseases, and we are grateful he has agreed once more to help tackle another monumental challenge, preparing for pandemic influenza and other future threats,” said Acting FDA Commissioner Andrew von Eschenbach, MD.Goldberger earned his medical degree and did his residency and an infectious diseases fellowship at Columbia University, where he also taught for 10 years. At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention he served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, investigating outbreaks and studying Guillian-Barre syndrome associated with swine flu vaccine.He will begin meeting with CBER staff members over the next few weeks and will join the center full time at the end of August.See also:Jul 20 FDA news releasehttp://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/NEWS/2006/NEW01413.htmllast_img read more

FDA reports Salmonella in peanut butter tied to Texas plant

first_imgEditor’s note: This story was revised shortly after publication to include comments from an official of Vitamin Cottage Natural Foods, the firm that sold the peanut butter in which Salmonella was found.Feb 17, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) offered additional evidence today that the Peanut Corp of America (PCA) plant in Blakely, Ga., may not be the only PCA facility that has contributed to the nationwide Salmonella outbreak linked to peanut products.FDA spokesman Sebastian Cianci said that Salmonella Typhimurium matching the national outbreak strain was found in an opened jar of peanut butter that a Colorado patient had bought from Vitamin Cottage Natural Foods, a retailer that made peanut butter from peanuts supplied by PCA’s processing plant in Plainview, Tex.Vitamin Cottage, based in Lakewood, Colo., and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced 2 weeks ago that the company was recalling its fresh-ground peanut butter because the CDPHE had determined that three patients infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella had eaten the company’s peanut butter.”The peanuts used to make it originated from the PCA plant in Plainview, Tex., and since they announced the recall, the same strain of Salmonella Typhimurium was identified in an open container of peanut butter that came from one of the individuals who became ill,” Cianci told CIDRAP News. He said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had confirmed the finding by Feb 13.Late today, Kemper Isely, co-president of Vitamin Cottage, said the FDA had informed him of the positive finding this afternoon. “Of two consumer samples, they found one of them to have Salmonella in it. It [the jar] was open,” he said.He said FDA officials had visited the company’s facility and tested its peanut grinding machines without finding any contamination. “They swabbed six of our machines and didn’t find Salmonella in them,” nor did they find the pathogen in new peanut butter samples, he said.Cianci and Isely said that because the peanut butter from the patient’s home had been opened, officials couldn’t exclude the possibility that the product somehow became contaminated after it was produced.Cianci said he couldn’t speculate as to why the Salmonella found in the Colorado peanut butter matched the national outbreak strain even though it was made from peanuts that did not come from the Blakely, Ga., peanut processing plant. “There may be reasons for that other than just coincidence. I don’t know what the shipping patterns were,” he said.Until recently, the Blakely plant was regarded as the sole source of the outbreak. But the Texas facility came under scrutiny after the outbreak triggered investigation of the company.The Associated Press reported on Feb 3 that the Texas plant had operated for several years with no license and no government health inspections. Although initial inspections reportedly revealed no contamination problems in the plant, last week the president of a private laboratory told a congressional committee that his firm had found Salmonella in a product sample from the plant on Feb 8.The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) ordered PCA on Feb 12 to recall all products ever shipped from the Plainview plant. The agency said dead rodents, rodent excrement, and bird feathers had been found in a crawl space above a production area there. State inspectors also found that the plant’s air-handling system was pulling debris from the infested crawl space into production areas of the plant, the DSHS said.See also: Feb 16 CIDRAP News story “Colorado illnesses may be linked to Texas peanut plant”last_img read more

The island of Hvar nominated for the best European destination

first_imgNext year, the sunniest island in Croatia will celebrate 150 years of organized tourism, and the title of the best European destination would be a great addition to the whole story.Namely, the Tourist Board of Stari Grad on Hvar last year was nominated for the title of European best destination organized by the European Best Destinations portal, and this year with one more experience, it decided to run again, but this time the whole island of Hvar is running. You can vote for Hvar hereIt is certainly commendable that the whole island of Hvar decided to run because the island of Hvar is one tourist destination. By the way, the island of Hvar can also be called the Island of UNESCO because the UNESCO list of cultural and intangible world heritage includes the Old Town and the Old Town Field, Agave Lace, the Procession of the Cross, Klapa singing and Mediterranean food.The title of the best European destination is as relevant as we make it relevantThe title of the best European destination is as relevant as we make it relevant. TZGZ succeeded in that and excellently branded the whole story about Advent in Zagreb, and in the end it “charged” through the increased arrival of tourists and branding of the city. On the other hand, Zadar, which was declared the best European destination last year, certainly did not make good use of this situation. It’s all about investing, and the money spent on promotion and branding is certainly not an expense, but an investment.Applying alone is not enough to achieve success, it is only the first step. After the initial application, the real work is just beginning, so it is necessary to make a good promotion plan in order to hear the vote on the nomination as far as possible and finally get a sufficient number of votes. Of course, the focus should be on our market because we are counting on local patriotism, which will bring us an initial buzz in a short time, but we should certainly communicate in English in order to “catch” the voices of foreign tourists. One of the segments, in my opinion, should target tourists from areas that are not nominated, but the most important thing is to communicate with tourists who have already visited Hvar and who are constantly returning to this beautiful island. All tourist employees of the island of Hvar, from hoteliers to hosts in family accommodation, who should voluntarily communicate via newsletter to their guest base as well as on social networks, must certainly get involved.The destination is the whole island and without synergy there is no long-term success, and also in this story everyone benefits. If Hvar doesn’t get the mentioned title, every promotion is great, including this one. The vote has started, and the first step is for us, you, to support our candidate for the best European destination.The island of Hvar is certainly that, with or without the mentioned title, but it is always nice to get recognition such as EBD, which should be used later through promotion.Support the island of Hvar for the best European destination, vote HERElast_img read more

Two potential investors are interested in Croatia Airlines

first_imgCroatia Airlines (CA) is in the process of recapitalizing and looking for a strategic partner. By the way, Croatia Airlines celebrated its 07th anniversary this year (August 30). In the third quarter of 2019, the Croatian national carrier Croatia Airlines recorded an operating profit of HRK 49,3 million and a net profit of HRK 41 million. According to unofficial information, it is about one Greek and one Portuguese airline. Although the profit was realized in the second and third quarters, it is not enough to cover the losses of the winter period of low demand on the Croatian aviation market, and in the period January – September 2019. realized operating loss in the amount of HRK 30,4 million. With a net financing result, the final loss is HRK 48,4 million. Yesterday, through the Zagreb Stock Exchange, the CA Management announced that there is interest from potential investors to participate in increasing the capital of Croatia Airlines and that they have received two non-binding offers, without specifying which companies are involved. Photo: Croatia Airlineslast_img read more

The Ministry of Culture provides instructions for holding public and cultural events

first_img“The summer months are ahead of us and we hope that part of the program will be realized in the open air. We will carefully analyze all plans with experts, and we will inform the interested public about possible further decisions on easing the restrictions.” The Ministry of Culture (MK) is receiving numerous inquiries regarding the possible normalization of the work of the theater as well as the organization of public events, plays, concerts or filming, the MK said in a statement. Photo: Fortress of St. Mihovilacenter_img In cooperation with professional associations and directors of institutions, we develop precise instructions in order to enable the realization of those activities that do not pose a health threat to artists and performers, or to devise alternative ways of organizing public performances to avoid health risks for the audience and and for contractors, they point out from MK and add: last_img

Media must start providing quality

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionWelcome Rosanne Cheeseman, The Gazette’s newest board member. Your article states that Cheeseman believes it will be critical for newspapers to “continue providing quality content and “maintaining” the trust of the community.If she is to make any difference at all to the sad state of journalism nowadays, may I suggest that she rephrase her statement to read: It will be critical for newspapers to “start’ providing quality content and “regain” the trust of the community.Case in point, five pages later you printed a story about the U.S. military giving a pass to Afghan pedophiles, as if this was some shocking new story. In fact, homosexual pedophilia on the part of Afghan soldiers has been a well-known peculiarity of the Afghan war for at least 10 years now, dating back to the Bush administration. Heterosexual pedophilia is even more rampant, though no one would know it from reading The Gazette. President Trump’s “escalating” war on the media is refreshing and well-justified.As another example, I urge all readers to log into YouTube and search for “Womens March.” Read the signs and watch the behavior of the marchers, which is clearly deranged and dysfunctional to say the least. Then compare what you see with your own eyes to the nonsensical, fake coverage of this event which you will find in The Sunday Gazette.Mike BlyskalBallston SpaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusGuilderland girls’ soccer team hands BH-BL first league losslast_img read more

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