Royal Ballet dancer Anna Rose O'Sullivan last performed to London audiences in "The Nutcracker" in December. Two works by Canadian choreographer Crystal Pite, dance-drama "The Statement" and "Solo Echo" follow.
Pour one out for the 90-day theatrical window. The decades-old staple of the film world slipped the surly bonds of Earth during COVID, perhaps the most consequential example of how the pandemic has upended the cinema business. The roughly three-month timeframe that the industry calls the theatrical window, the longstanding agreement between Hollywood studios and […]
Heavy rainfall hit areas of Kerala, India, on May 14, amid warnings of a cyclonic storm.Timelapse footage captured by Instagram user @shyam_krishnan, who said he took it in Kerala’s capital city of Thiruvananthapuram, shows winds propelling sheets of rain. The Kerala State Disaster Management Authority had issued a red alert warning for the city on May 14, warning of very heavy to extremely heavy rainfall.The India Meteorological Department reported on May 14 that the storm was a tropical depression and would intensify into a cyclone on May 15. The storm was forecast to move toward the Gujarat coast. Credit: @shyam_krishnan via Storyful
Poll: Vaccinated Americans are ready to drop their masks after CDC shift. But they’re not ready to socialize with the unvaccinated.
Carpeting takes a back seat to attention-getting Italian tiled flooring
The Internal Revenue Service is reviewing the tax returns of 10 million people and will begin issuing additional refunds this week.
Following her well-received performance last weekend on “Saturday Night Live,” Miley Cyrus is cementing her relationship with the Peacock, sealing an overall talent and development deal with NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. The pact includes a first-look arrangement between Cyrus’ production company Hopetown Entertainment (which she runs with her mother and manager Tish Cyrus). Hopetown will […]
ABC has given out series orders to the reboot of “The Wonder Years,” drama series “Queens,” and comedies “Maggie” and “Abbott Elementary.” The new version of “The Wonder Years” is a coming of age story set in the late 1960’s that takes a nostalgic look at a black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama through the […]
On Friday morning, first lady Jill Biden walked into the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. There, in the soaring lobby, she did something momentous: She took off her mask.
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky says the company has seen nearly 100 million searches with flexible options since launching the feature three months ago.
For more than an hour and a half and “still loopy" post-surgery, the former wrestler chatted with viewers and answered questions, at times joined by her wife of 19 years, Priscilla Tuft.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that his budget proposal will add $30 million to the state’s film and TV tax incentive program this year, as the state doles out a $75 billion surplus. The $30 million is on top of the $330 million that the state provides annually to subsidize TV and film productions. “This […]
Vanessa Bryant helped design an exhibit dedicated to Kobe that will run at the Basketball Hall of Fame.
A whopping amount of money that has been held in trust for potential payout to former CBS chief Leslie Moonves is going back to the company. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed Friday, ViacomCBS said that $120 million that has been held in trust for Moonves since he departed under […]
Inflation worries have rattled Wall Street as of late - and investors are eager to hear what members of the Federal Reserve have to say about the stickiness of rising prices.Fed speak tops the Reuters Business Calendar for the week of May 17th.#1There's a lot of angst out there about rising inflation, and with the next Fed meeting weeks away, investors will be listening ever-more closely when voting members of the rate-setting committee speak throughout the week.Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic gives opening remarks at a two-day Fed conference on Monday and Tuesday. Fed Governor Richard Clarida speaks at that conference on Monday. Bostic is back again Friday at a Fed roundtable with fellow voting member Thomas Barkin of the Richmond Fed.Carin Pay is head of equity strategy at Fiduciary Trust Interntional:"With the weaker consumer confidence number, with the weaker retail sales number, the markets may be thinking, well, that gives the Fed some room to wait for a much more sustained economic recovery before tapering."Another Fed keynote on Friday at a different event: San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly participates in a panel discussion on wages. A hot topic given claims by business leaders that extra government jobless benefits are causing a shortage of hourly workers.Want to know what the Fed was thinking at its last meeting? Minutes are released on Wednesday.#2Sticking with the economy. It's a big week for housing. The National Association of Home Builders puts out its homebuilder sentiment index on Monday. New housing construction and permits data come out on Tuesday. Weekly mortgage application numbers are due on Wednesday.And then on Friday, April home resale figures are released. Economists predict 6.08 million units were sold last month, that's a slight uptick from the month before. Housing is running into an inventory problem with low interest rates fueling demand so strong that houses are snapped up nearly as soon as they hit the market.#3Earnings season isn't over yet. We get some big names from the retail sector.Walmart, the reigning king of big-box retailers, is out on Tuesday. Analysts are expecting earnings of $1.21 per share.Sales are expected to come in at $132 billion.Home Depot, a beneficiary of the stay-at-home trade, also reports Tuesday. Analysts forecast sales of $34.6 billion...the consensus profit forecast is $3.06 a share.On Wednesday we hear from Home Depot rival Lowe's, as well as discounter TJX...parent company of TJ MAXX, Marshall's and Home Goods...And Target reports. Earnings are expected to hit at $2.18 a share...Wall Street is looking for revenues of $21.5 billion#4Oatly hopes to cash in on the plant-based food craze. With star-studded backers like Oprah Winfrey and Jay-Z behind it, Oatly is looking for an opening market value of $10 billion. The stock will start trading on Thursday at the Nasdaq.Ticker symbol: O-T-L-Y.#5The week rounds out with a presidential visit to an American icon. President Biden will visit a Ford electric vehicle facility in Michigan on Tuesday.Ford recently announced plans to invest $185 million in battery development.And that's some of the events to look out for. I'm Conway G. Gittens for Reuters
Thursday’s announcement by the CDC that people who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus do not have to wear masks in most indoor or outdoor situations was a landmark moment in the fight against COVID-19. But relief was accompanied by confusion.
Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine’s Founder and CEO, joins Yahoo Finance’s Julia La Roche to discuss his thoughts on taxation and wealth inequality, as well as what the future of work will be like for both employers and employees.
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Dr. Shikha Jain, an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Illinois Chicago joined Yahoo Finance to break down what the CDC's new stance on mask wearing means for vaccinated citizens.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Thursday that people fully vaccinated against the coronavirus do not have to wear face masks in most indoor and outdoor situations. Yahoo News Medical Contributor Dr. Kavita Patel explains what the new guidance means for Americans, as well as what you need to know about "breakthrough" COVID-19 infections in vaccinated people.