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Many of us are already making plans to meet up with our favourite people once Phase 3 (Heightened Alert) kicks in on 21 June. However, these plans may need to be shelved with the sudden spike in community cases yesterday. Finance Minister and multi-ministry taskforce (MTF) co-chair Lawrence Wong raised the possible delay in the next stage of reopening slated for next Monday.
Whether we get to dine-in at eateries or not, many of us are still concerned about the on-going coronavirus situation. So why not hold a mini gathering for your party of five right at home? Set a date for a potluck party and offer to provide something that makes the young and old happy – ice cream!
Making ice cream, gelato, yoghurt, and sorbet is easier than you think. All you need is an ice cream maker. They don’t take up much kitchen space, a few of them are also portable and doesn’t require electricity to operate. The best part about making your own desserts is you can create a wide variety of healthier versions by simply tweaking the ingredients.
Check out our list of these nifty happiness generating machines: ice cream makers, popsicle makers, ice cream maker pans and ice cream rollers. These highly-reviewed gems are sorted according to their price points, from twenty-odd dollars onwards, to make it easier for you to pick one, or two, that suits your needs. Now you don’t need to stand in line for your favourite ice cream because you can create your own in the comfort of your home.
New M. Night Shyamalan horror thriller "Old" aged to perfection at the top of the North American box office in its debut weekend, taking in $16.9 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Monday.
The sudden move by Tunisia's president to oust its prime minister, its government, and freeze parliament -- with help from the army -- has left Tunisia in turmoil in what opponents are denouncing as a coup.Those for and against President Kais Saied clashed violently outside of parliament Monday, with both sides appearing to throw stones. The country’s largest political party – a moderate Islamist organization – has condemned the president’s actions, which also include imposing a nightly curfew until Aug. 27th. Saied warned that any violent opposition will be met with force. The president’s dramatic moves follow months of deadlock and disputes pitting him against Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and a fragmented parliament as Tunisia descended into an economic crisis exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.Mechichi on Monday responded by saying he cannot be a disruptive element, and will hand over responsibility to whomever the president chooses. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the U.S. is “concerned” about the situation. PSAKI: “We are in touch at a senior level from both the White House and the State Department with Tunisian leaders to learn more about the situation, urge calm and support Tunisian efforts to move forward in line with democratic principles.” U.S. State Department spokesman Ned Price later said in a statement that the U.S. has been in contact with Tunisian government officials to stress that solutions to the country's problems should be based on its constitution. The United Nations is also urging restraint and the European Union is asking all sides to respect Tunisia's constitution. Saied invoked emergency powers on Sunday night, marching with tens of thousands of his supporters. President since 2019, he campaigned as a political outsider against what he said was a corrupt and incompetent elite. Saied said the decision to oust Mechichi and suspend parliament for 30 days isn't a coup, but a constitutional and popular response to years of political deadlock and economic crisis, including high unemployment.
Stock futures opened little changed Monday evening on the heels of another record-setting session, with investors looking ahead to the start of earnings results from mega-cap technology companies on Tuesday.
Not long ago, I did something I rarely do: I got all the trophies in Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. Often, I get too busy or bored and don’t complete everything in a game. This is doubly true for big open world games. But Rift Apart kept me hooked and seemed made with the idea that Insomniac Games wanted me (and yes, you too!) to finish the game. In a world of 400-hour collect-a-thons and overstuffed games, it’s a nice change of pace and a trend I hope the studio continues.
Starz has succeeded in blocking Disney from launching a streaming service in Brazil under the name “Star Plus.” A judge in Sao Paolo granted a temporary restraining order on Friday, holding that Disney cannot use the brand name when the service debuts on Aug. 31. Disney announced in May that it would launch the new […]
The Ant IPO was really just the start of the recent blizzard of changes concerning how China’s government runs its economy. The food delivery market was also impacted recently, along with Tencent Music. Bezos wants U.S. space contracts: After retired U.S. billionaire Jeff Bezos recently went up to zero-g for a few minutes, much snark concerning the wealthy spending their fortunes on a vanity space race was tweeted.
Although the start of the women’s artistic gymnastics at the Tokyo Olympics was disappointing for the usually dominant U.S. team, the Americans still have the most medal opportunities of any country. But the U.S. women’s qualifying efforts earned them 11 medal attempts at the Tokyo Games, the maximum possible. ROC could earn at most 10 medals since they qualified only one gymnast to the balance beam finals, and China have the next highest medal chances at seven.
Mark Ronson takes center stage in “Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson,” premiering July 30 on Apple TV Plus. In the six-part series, the Oscar winning multi-hyphenate (a DJ, songwriter, producer and seasoned A&R) sits down with creators and musicians to look at innovations in the realm of sound, from synths to distortion to autotune […]
It’s laughably inappropriate on every beater it’s invariably attached to, but that phrase wouldn’t be out of place if it were emblazoned on the cover of the 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT owner’s manual. It’s the vehicle that recently set a new SUV lap record of 7:38.9 seconds at the Nürburgring before anyone knew what Porsche would name it. Porsche also says the Turbo GT can rocket from a standstill to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds, which is a tenth quicker than the Porsche 911 GT3, and only a tenth shy of the 911 GT3 RS.
Vicki Dummer has been hired at Warner Bros. Television to serve as executive vice president and head of current programming. Dummer will report to WBTV Group Chairman Channing Dungey, with whom she previously worked during their respective tenures at ABC. Dummer was a 24 year veteran at ABC, most recently working head of current series […]