“Passionate, emotional and fearless, the gangbusters A Star Is Born is poised to become the movie of the moment one everyone has to see right now. But aside from the incandescent, white hot performances by stars Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, the best thing about this film is how unreservedly it embraces and enhances its old school Hollywood legacy,” The Los Angeles Times’ Kenneth Turan writes. This is a team that understands the emotional satisfactions that skillfully contrived fantasies can convey, and who are damned good at putting them up on the screen.”.

White House encourages hydroxychloroquine use for coronavirus againThe White House continued on Thursday to promote the use of hydroxychloroquine, the antimalarial drug that President Trump and some of his supporters have held out as a treatment for the coronavirus, against the advice of the Food and Drug Administration and in the face of studies that have shown it can be harmful in some cases. Routinely touted by prominent conservative allies of the president, including primetime Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham, it has been denounced by members of the medical establishment as an unproven therapy that poses the risk of potentially fatal heart complications. The FDA recommends that COVID 19 patients, if they choose to use it, do so only in a hospital or under medical supervision in a clinical trial.’If you can say you can’t breathe, you’re breathing’: Mississippi mayor faces backlash over George Floyd commentsA mayor in Mississippi is facing fierce backlash and calls to resign after saying that he “didn see anything unreasonable” about the death of George Floyd.

Googling, as one does, my attention was drawn to the text of a medieval Welsh poem in the Black Book of Carmarthen, which I already knew somewhat. The poem, a story of Llywarch Hen, is of uncertain date, but seems to date back to the 9th c. Its first line is: awel, llum brin meaning gale, harsh (bare) hill very gnomic.

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The car was just not where we wanted it to be and contact with the No. 18 (Kyle Busch) put us back where we started. The pit crew did a great job today and gained us some spots, but unfortunately I just couldn’t pass in traffic with the way the car handled.