Month: May 2020

Demi Moore Proves Age is Just a Number With This Sexy Bathing Suit Photo

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Demi Moore is simply stunning. The 57-year-old actress and mom of three took to Instagram Friday showing off her physique from what may be decades ago although it very well could have been yesterday — in this 80’s inspired photo Demi is wearing a black and white striped one-piece and if you would have told us it was from yesterday, we would have believed you.

Moore has been in quarantine with daughters Rumer, 31, Tallulah, 26, and Scout, 28, whom she shares with ex-husband Bruce Willis who has also been living with them

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Building more roads isn’t the only option that NC DOT has

Yes, get more cars off the roads

Regarding “NC DOT needs to look at other ways people travel,” (May 21 Opinion)

Kym Hunter is correct, we have better options for our transportation dollars than building more roads. Cities around the country are closing neighborhood streets to cars as more people have discovered the ease of biking and walking for transportation and exercise.

As a former Charlotte mayor, I recall the fight over the transit tax before our line opened. We compared the cost of building one mile of Blue Line ($46 million) to the cost of adding one mile to

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How to Trade the New Bull Market As the Economy Begins to Reopen

The bull market is back. And stocks have been on a tear.

Pretty amazing, given where we were just a couple of months ago.

On March 11th, just 19 days after hitting all-time record highs, the historic 11-year bull market was stopped in its tracks due to the coronavirus, and a new bear market had begun.

It was the fastest we’d ever seen a bull market turn into a bear.

Stocks plunged as traders braced for the worst with the Dow falling as much as -38.4%, the S&P falling by -35.3%, and the Nasdaq falling by -32.5%.

But after spending

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Safe Baby Playpens to Keep Them Protected

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Even if parents could have eyes on the back of their heads, there would most likely be things they’d still miss, so the best form of insurance is to safely contain your baby in a playpen to make sure they don’t get into any trouble when you’re not looking. Whether you’re doing chores around the house or simply need to relax without holding them for an hour, a baby playpen will keep them protected and safe from anything harmful they could get into. Many of the best baby playpens are compact so you

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Restaurants are for Republicans now

If restaurants reopen in your state and you decide to go out for a bite, there’s a good chance everybody around you will be a Republican.

As nearly every state begins to lift stay-home restrictions meant to stop the spread of the coronavirus, consumer attitudes regarding what to do next are taking on a surprisingly political tilt. While slightly more than half of both Republicans and Democrats think their state is reopening at the right pace, Republicans are more likely to say it’s going too slowly, and Democrats more worried that it’s going too fast.

A Kaiser Family Foundation poll

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