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Is there anything better than wrapping yourself up in a soft, cozy hoodie that feels like a warm hug on a chilly evening? I’m not talking baggy ol' sweatshirts. I mean fitted, feminine hooded numbers that complement your figure and look great with yoga pants, jeans, slacks — you name it.
Some of us love a pullover hoodie. It’s quick to throw on and has that ever-convenient front pouch that serves as a muff for cold hands or a pocket for holding essentials like keys, cellphones, and face masks. This one is mostly cotton, so it’s warm yet lightweight and breathable, and it has a bit of spandex for stretch.
“I am baffled by how much I love this hoodie,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “The hoodie is EXACTLY as pictured in the photos, with the same fitted design and color accuracy. It is relatively thick with soft inner lining...and provides the perfect amount of thermal protection from wind and rain.”
Choose from more than 30 solid and striped colorways — all of them are on sale today.
Now, I’m in the zip-up hoodie camp. I love a sweatshirt that has the same throw-on, throw-off convenience of a cardigan, but sportier. This hooded sweatshirt is also a cotton/spandex blend, so you stay warm without sweating your butt off. It’s also available in a range of colors and sizes — all the way up to 3X.
“As a plus-size gal, I know how hard it is to find cute, well-made, fashionable plus-size clothes online,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “I have smaller boobs, and carry most of my weight in [my] tummy, butt and hips. This hoodie FITS ME!! Not too tight on my arms, soft, beautiful material, doesn’t feel cheap! It’s fitted, so not like my men’s Hanes zip up hoodies that look sloppy and kinda bummy.”
Brazilian senators met into Tuesday night discussing a report that will recommend President Jair Bolsonaro be indicted on criminal charges for allegedly bungling the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and pushing the country's death toll to second-highest in the world. The latest draft of the report arising from a Senate committee's investigation, a copy of which was reviewed by The Associated Press, recommends the president be indicted on 11 charges, from charlatanism and inciting crime all the way up to homicide and genocide. In the committee's so-called “G7” group of senators who aren't from Bolsonaro's base, three opposed inclusion of homicide and genocide charges, said five committee members who agreed to discuss details of the sensitive talks only if not quoted by name.
Large snowflakes were seen in Cheyenne, Wyoming, on Tuesday, October 19, as moderate to heavy snowfall was forecast for parts of the state and Nebraska into Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).This footage filmed by NWS Cheyenne shows the wintry scene on Tuesday afternoon. “Golf-ball sized snowflakes are better then golf-ball sized hail,” they wrote in a tweet. “What a coalescence burst!”The Wyoming Department of Transportation warned of dangerous winter conditions on roads in Albany County, where speed limits were reduced. Credit: NWS Cheyenne via Storyful
Speaking Tuesday night during a meeting of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack, Rep. Liz Cheney urged her fellow Republicans to not perpetuate former President Donald Trump’s false claims about election fraud and the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Dan Wetzel is back and ready to rib Pat Forde about him stirring it up with Knoxville radio hosts. The guys then react to WSU head coach Nick Rolovich being fired after he would not comply with the state of Washington’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Where do the Cougs go from here?
Pete Thamel has the latest surrounding the American Athletic Conference expanding and raiding CUSA. Why these select schools and what’s the next step in expansion?
The trio also shares a study that rates the drunkest counties in the US and the results…may surprise you.
“Mr. Bannon stands alone in his complete defiance of our subpoena,” said House select committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss. “He’s chosen the path toward criminal contempt by taking this position.”
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol voted unanimously to hold Steve Bannon, onetime adviser to former President Donald Trump, in contempt of Congress for failure to comply with a subpoena.
Pandora has hired Audrey Cleo Yap as its first-ever culture and trends expert; Yap also serves as a broadcast personality who will represent the SiriusXM-owned platform on TV, radio and online. She reports to Jason Roth, communications director at Pandora. Said Yap: “I’m incredibly excited to dive into my passion for music and tech with Pandora. […]
Thirty top business leaders are seeking to encourage private investment to help the U.N. achieve development goals for 2030, including tackling climate change, preserving the environment, ending poverty, promoting economic growth, and improving health care and education. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who launched the Global Investors for Sustainable Development Alliance two years ago, said at a virtual meeting Tuesday that he is counting on the group “to catalyze greater investment for developing countries and make net-zero (carbon emissions) and sustainability the core of everyone’s policies and business models.”
Multicoin Capital, an investment firm focused on cryptocurrency and blockchain companies, is planning to raise a $250 million for a third crypto-focused venture fund, according to an article by The Information. The initiative comes less than six months after Multicoin Capital raised $100 million for its second crypto venture fund. It is the latest in a series of large funds that major venture capital firms have created this year or are in the process of raising to focus on cryptocurrency and blockchain projects.
In D.C., Dems believe that if they can pass an infrastructure bill before Oct. 31, it’ll help Terry McAuliffe win his second term as governor two days later. But at a campaign stop Tuesday, McAuliffe said he didn’t think Virginia voters cared that much about the goings-on in Congress.