‘The Bachelorette’ 2020 premiere recap: Clare Crawley COVID season

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Clare Crawley will make her fifth appearance in “Bachelor” nation as season 16’s “Bachelorette” star.

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Bachelor Nation, fear no more. “The Bachelorette” is finally back – albeit a few months behind schedule – to offer an escape from a raucous presidential election cycle, a contentious Supreme Court nominee vetting process and (of course) an ongoing global pandemic.

Host Chris Harrison starts each season, including this one, telling

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A Surprisingly Good Season Premiere

Fear The Walking Dead has been in a rough place for a long time now. Ever since the end of the truly excellent Season 3, the show has been in a downward spiral. The deaths of some of its main characters certainly didn’t help, but it was the cheesy, cloying writing that really dragged the show

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Kickoff of the Fall Holiday Season at Frankfurt Airport

The fall travel season is just around the corner: school holidays will start next Friday in Hesse and several other German states. Despite the ongoing global pandemic, many holiday destinations can still be safely and easily reached from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) while complying with current requirements. To let passengers embark on their trips without worrying, in recent months the airport has worked closely with other institutions to implement a comprehensive

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 1 Episode 2: “The Blaze of Gory” Review

With its second episode, The Walking Dead: World Beyond ticked up, delivering an initial leg of the teens’ journey that was far more interesting than the premiere’s heavy focus on the safe, walled-up world they were leaving behind. A world that would be wiped out by the end of said premiere.Also, instead of focusing almost solely on the Bennett sisters, as the first episode did, “The Blaze of Gory” helped
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Tips for planning gatherings and celebrations this holiday season

If your holiday traditions involve large gatherings of friends and family, the coronavirus pandemic is going to make planning for this year’s festivities a little more complicated.

With health experts saying a third surge of cases is possible within the next several weeks, what should you be considering for celebrations of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas?

“You need to evaluate your risk as a family, depending on if you have

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This Election Season, Live Under a Rock (Literally!) With Hotels.com

DALLAS, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The 2020 news cycle has generated enough negative headlines for 1,000 years. And with the upcoming election season…it’s likely going to get much worse. As it is, nearly two-thirds of Americans* are worn out by the sheer volume of news they’re inundated with daily.

For those of you experiencing any and all forms of election stress disorder (it’s a real thing!), Hotels.com

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10 Finale Recap And Review: An Uncertain Doom

We’ve had some hotly anticipated episodes of The Walking Dead in the past.

Probably the most-anticipated ever was the Season 7 premiere. The showrunners started playing all sorts of dirty tricks in Season 6, from Glenn’s fake-out death to leaving us hanging at the end of the Season 6 finale, with our heroes all rounded up by

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To save the season, NFL, NFLPA should agree to put all teams in hotels now

On Tuesday morning, with three weeks and 48 games of the 2020 NFL regular-season in the books, it looked like the NFL had cracked the COVID code. By Tuesday night, everything changed.

From the the outbreak of the virus in Tennessee to the images of maskless stupidity in Las Vegas, what had seemed to be a sure thing quickly became tenuous and uncertain. The constant drip of stray positives pushed

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NFL Willing to Put Teams in Hotels for Remainder of 2020 Season

CINCINNATI — The NFL is dealing with its’ first coronavirus outbreak. The league already moved Sunday’s Steelers-Titans game to Oct. 25 after 16 members of Tennessee’s organization—eight players and eight personnel staff tested positive for COVID-19. 

The issues continued on Saturday morning when Patriots’ star Cam Newton tested positive. The team was scheduled to fly to Kansas City on Saturday afternoon. 

Chiefs practice squad quarterback Jordan Ta’amu also tested positive

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NFL is willing to put teams in hotels for the rest of the season; will the NFLPA agree?

Events of recent days make it more and more clear that the best way (perhaps the only way) to get all 256 regular-season and 13 postseason games played this year will be to put all teams in hotels, immediately.

Per multiple sources, the NFL gladly would do that. The question is whether the NFL Players Association would agree to it.

As one source explained it to PFT, the NFLPA balked

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DIA, Southwest Airlines try to calm travelers’ nerves ahead of holiday travel season amid COVID-19

Tom Starr, Southwest Airlines’ general manager at Denver International Airport, donned a surgical mask and safety vest Tuesday morning. Just after 10 a.m. he called for the attention of the corporate travel managers gathered around him. He was about to lead them on a tour from the check-in counter to a Southwest gate on the airport’s Concourse C with a focus on COVID-19 safety and cleaning efforts.

“My goal is

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Report: NFL ‘Gladly’ Would Put Teams in Hotels for Rest of Season Amid COVID-19 | Bleacher Report

The NFL logo is seen on the field in U.S. Bank Stadium before an NFL football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Tennessee Titans, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

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The NFL would “gladly” have players stay in hotels for the remainder of the season in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.

In July, the NFL Players Association declined the option for players to stay in hotels from Thursday to Sunday each week, making it unlikely it would agree to full-time hotel stays for the remainder of the

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Santa Barbara Airbus Rolls Out Reopening Plans in Time for Holiday Travel Season | Business

Santa Barbara Airbus, closed since March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, has announced its reopening plans just in time for the holiday season.

“Closing our doors in March was a hard decision, but one we felt necessary for the community and business,” said Samantha Onnen, general manager for Santa Barbara Airbus. “We are thrilled at the idea of reopening in time for holiday travel and cannot wait to see passengers

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LEADING OFF: Cubs’ Darvish tries to save season vs Marlins

Chicago is counting on Yu Darvish to avoid a playoff sweep. The ace right-hander was a steady presence for the Cubs throughout the pandemic-shortened season, joining the NL Cy Young Award conversation. A four-time All-Star with Texas, he tied Cleveland’s Shane Bieber for the major league lead with eight wins and was second in the NL to Cincinnati’s Trevor Bauer with a 2.01 ERA.

The Marlins will counter with 22-year-old

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‘Supergirl’ to End With Season 6 at CW

“Supergirl” is officially hanging up her cape.

In a joint decision, the CW and producers Warner Bros. Television and Berlanti Productions have announced that the upcoming sixth season of “Supergirl” will be its last.

Production on the “Supergirl” curtain call is set to begin later this month, and the writers have already started developing storylines for the final 20 episodes, according to sources. The network is aiming to premiere the

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Bianca Andreescu won’t play in French Open or rest of 2020 season

Canadian Bianca Andreescu confirmed on Tuesday that she will sit out the French Open main draw that begins on Sunday and also the remainder of the 2020 tennis season as she continues to recover from the knee injury she suffered in last October’s WTA Finals.



a woman smiling for the camera: Bianca Andreescu of Canada with the US Open championship trophy after beating Serena Williams of the USA in the women's singles final on day 13 of the 2019 tournament.


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Bianca Andreescu of Canada with the US Open championship trophy after beating Serena Williams of the USA in the women’s

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Summer is, at least officially, over.

After Labor Day weekend, the informal last chapter of summer, most children went back to school (remote or otherwise) and many parents returned to the office for the first time since spring.

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