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Don Lemon Tears Up over Pal Chris Cuomo's COVID-19 Diagnosis

Don Lemon Tears Up over Pal Chris Cuomo's COVID-19 Diagnosis

Don Lemon became overcome with emotion on his show last night when he thought about his colleague Chris Cuomo's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Wednesday Workout with Alex Costa: No Equipment Needed

Wednesday Workout with Alex Costa: No Equipment Needed

YouTube style expert Alex Costa shows what it takes to stay fit while at home.

Boston Symphony Begins Streaming 'Concert for Our City' on April 5; Part of 'BSO At Home' Initiative

Boston Symphony Begins Streaming 'Concert for Our City' on April 5; Part of 'BSO At Home' Initiative

The Boston Symphony Orchestra will present a special video stream of "Concert for Our City," a 90-minute performance available to a worldwide audience on YouTube for 45 days, beginning at 3 p.m., ET, on Sunday, April 5.

Provincetown Pride Parade, Carnival Still On

Provincetown Pride Parade, Carnival Still On

NEWS | Apr 1
The Ptown Film Fest may be off, but Provincetown Gay Pride, set for early June, and Carnival in August are still on.

Rural Areas Fear Spread of Virus as More Hospitals Close

Rural Areas Fear Spread of Virus as More Hospitals Close

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Jay Reeves | Apr 1
The pandemic erupted at an awful time for communities trying to fill health care gaps following the closure of 170 rural hospitals across the nation in the last 15 years.

Wimbledon Canceled for 1st Time Since WWII because of Virus

Wimbledon Canceled for 1st Time Since WWII because of Virus

NEWS | By Howard Fendrich | Apr 1
Wimbledon was canceled on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament won't be played.

Rowling Starts Harry Potter At Home for Housebound Families

Rowling Starts Harry Potter At Home for Housebound Families

NEWS | Apr 1
J.K. Rowling is hoping a dash of Harry Potter will help families confined to their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.

LGBT Community Raided in Uganda Over Social Distancing

LGBT Community Raided in Uganda Over Social Distancing

NEWS | By Rodney Muhumuza | Apr 1
A gay rights leader in Uganda says 20 members of the local LGBT community have been detained after police raided their shelter and accused them of violating coronavirus-related social distancing measures.

Justin Bieber is the Latest Musician to Postpone Tour Over Coronavirus Concerns

Justin Bieber is the Latest Musician to Postpone Tour Over Coronavirus Concerns

Justin Bieber is postponing his entire "Changes" tour due to the new coronavirus pandemic.

Twitter Can't Stop Talking About Andrew Cuomo's Nipples

Twitter Can't Stop Talking About Andrew Cuomo's Nipples

We all might be feeling a little bit delirious from self-isolating and it's starting to show on Twitter.


News

'The Nanny' Cast to Revisit Original Pilot Episode with 'Virtual Table Read'

'The Nanny' Cast to Revisit Original Pilot Episode with 'Virtual Table Read'

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 1
As Americans shelter in place to blunt the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic, comedian Fran Drescher has come up with a cure for the shelter-in-place blues: A live-streamed revisitation of "The Nanny."


Business

Early Divisions As Congress Weighs Next Help for Economy

Early Divisions As Congress Weighs Next Help for Economy

FINANCE | By Alan Fram | Apr 1
The bipartisan partnership that propelled a $2.2 trillion economic rescue package through Congress just days ago is already showing signs of strain.


Technology

Those Without Broadband Struggle in a Stuck-At-Home Nation

Those Without Broadband Struggle in a Stuck-At-Home Nation

PERSONAL TECH | By Tali Arbel and Michael Casey | Apr 1
Online connections are keeping Americans in touch with vital institutions and each other. But that's not much of an option when fast internet service is hard to come by.


Finance

Ptown Select Board Member Ignites Controversy with Viral Post

Ptown Select Board Member Ignites Controversy with Viral Post

NATIONAL | Mar 30
Travel to Provincetown during the COVID-19 crisis became an issue this past week when Select Board member Lise King "posted a Facebook message on Thursday that she found painful to write.


Cars

Keep Your Car Clean to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus

Keep Your Car Clean to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus

HEALTH | By Ryan Zummallen, Edmunds | Apr 1
Since vehicle interiors are essentially small contained spaces, it is important to take steps to reduce the risk of contracting the virus while driving or riding inside.


Style

Aqua Expeditions Launches Online Cooking Classes

Aqua Expeditions Launches Online Cooking Classes

FOOD/DRINK | Apr 1
Luxury small-ship tour operator Aqua Expeditions will launch its first-ever online culinary masterclass designed to bring gastronomic magic from across Aqua's destinations to Americans isolated at home.


Health/Fitness

Trump Says 'Life and Death at Stake in Following Guidelines

Trump Says 'Life and Death at Stake in Following Guidelines

HEALTH | By Aamer Madhani, Kevin Freking, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Apr 1
President Donald Trump warned Americans to brace for a "hell of a bad two weeks" ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintai


Travel

Florida Docking Plan in the Works for Ill-Fated Cruise Ships

Florida Docking Plan in the Works for Ill-Fated Cruise Ships

By Adriana Gomez Licon, Kelli Kennedy | Apr 1
A "unified command" of state, local and federal officials will be asked to approve a detailed docking plan requiring the cruise line, Holland America, to handle all medical issues without impacting South Florida's already-stressed hospitals.


Nightlife

The Beat Goes on: Locked-Down Berlin Clubs Take Party Online

The Beat Goes on: Locked-Down Berlin Clubs Take Party Online

INTERNATIONAL | By Jona Kallgren | Mar 26
Locked down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the nightclubs in the German capital have decided to keep the beat going — at least online.