Addison Rae: I’m still figuring out my style

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BANG Showbiz English

Addison Rae is still “figuring out” her style. The 21-year-old star admits to agonising about her appearance and what fans think of her – but she’s still trying to develop her personal style. Addison said: “My style changes very frequently because I’m still kind of figuring out what I love. It’s just a combination of things. “I love a ’90s … what is the word I’m looking for? Not grungy, but kind of that dark and sexy goth, Angelina Jolie, vibe. I think that’s really cool. “But I also do love tropical, eccentric pieces. I’m still really figuring out my style. “I get so in my head sometimes abou… Read More “Addison Rae: I’m still figuring out my style”

2022 Fantasy Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays Team Outlook

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Sports Illustrated

By Shawn Childs Player profiles, stats and analysis for Tampa Bay Rays hitters and pitchers. Over the last three seasons, the Rays have been the best team in the AL East. They won their division in 2020 and 2021 with a combined record of 140-82 (326-220 since 2018). Tampa led the American League in ERA (3.67), supported by a top bullpen (58 wins, 32 losses, 42 saves and a 3.24 ERA – 3rd). They also finished second in runs scored (857), outscoring the Blue Jays (846) and Red Sox (829). In addition, the Rays pushed to sixth in home runs (222) while swiping 88 bases (seventh). Their big splash in… Read More “2022 Fantasy Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays Team Outlook”

2022 Monster Energy Supercross: Oakland Recap

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Prime Time Sports Talk

Supercross shifts from So-Cal to Nor-Cal for the week, as Oakland returns to the schedule. Last week it was Ken Roczen and Christian Craig lighting the candles in Anaheim to kick things off. This week, Roczen started out with a date with the whoop monster in qualifying. Despite favoring his wrist, he appeared good to go for the night show. Craig meanwhile, topped the speed charts in the 250 class for the second week in a row. His 450 compatriot Eli Tomac did the same in the 450 class. Like in Anaheim as well. Oakland featured a pair of large whoop sections. One of which was situated before the… Read More “2022 Monster Energy Supercross: Oakland Recap”

CSTO peacekeepers will be withdrawn from Kazakhstan until January 19

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By Trend The peacekeeping contingent of the CSTO collective forces will be withdrawn from Kazakhstan until January 19, CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas said to Belarus-1 TV channel, Trend reports citing TASS. “Almost within a week, all units, all personnel will be withdrawn to permanent deployment points. And, if the weather does not intervene, then according to the plan of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, it is planned to return everyone to the points of permanent deployment until January 19 inclusive,” he said. — Follow us on Twitter @AzerNewsAz Read More “CSTO peacekeepers will be withdrawn from Kazakhstan until January 19”

Over 139 mln coronavirus vaccine shots given in Turkey to date

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By Trend Turkey has administered more than 139 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines since it launched an immunization drive in January 2021, Trend reports with reference to the Turkish Yenisafak newspaper. More than 57.2 million people have recieved a first jab, while over 51 million have been fully vaccinated, the Health Ministry said. The country has also given third booster shots to more than 23.3 million people. Separately, the ministry confirmed 63,967 new coronavirus infections, 177 related deaths, and 52,016 recoveries over the past day. As many as 384,263 virus tests were done in the pas… Read More “Over 139 mln coronavirus vaccine shots given in Turkey to date”

As overdose deaths hit new peak, Missouri’s response is divided

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

ST. LOUIS — While the COVID-19 pandemic is the primary public health crisis, overdose deaths continue to ravage society in increasing numbers with sharp disagreements about how to address the problem. “The mortality is substantial,” said St. Louis Medical Examiner Michael Graham, whose office has so far confirmed nearly 900 accidental fatal overdoses in the city since Jan. 1, 2020 — about 200 more deaths than caused by COVID-19. St. Louis County, by contrast, has recorded about 700 overdose deaths during the same period, compared with more than 2,800 due to COVID-19. The overdose trend has bee… Read More “As overdose deaths hit new peak, Missouri’s response is divided”

Steelers Appeal Stat To Get T.J. Watt Sack Record, But Request Is Denied

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The Pittsburgh Steelers got sacked—or, rather, they were hoping to be credited with one but weren’t. The team filed an appeal with the Elias Sports Bureau in an effort to get linebacker T.J. Watt the single-season sack record. The NFL’s official statistician declined, and Watt will instead share the single-season title (22.5) with Hall of Famer Michael Strahan. The Steelers felt Watt was entitled to a sack in the first quarter when he stripped QB Tyler Huntley after an errant snap. Instead, it was called a botched snap by the center and a forced fumble, with Watt getting credit for a tackle an… Read More “Steelers Appeal Stat To Get T.J. Watt Sack Record, But Request Is Denied”

Manila Zoo eyed as vaccination site for minors, senior citizens

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Philippine Star

Philstar.com January 16, 2022 | 4:33pm MANILA, Philippines — The Manila City government is eyeing the newly-redeveloped Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden for repurposing as a vaccination site for senior citizens and minors aged 5 to 11 with the national government set to roll out pediatric vaccination in the first week of February. In a statement, Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno, who is running for president under Aksyon Demokratiko said the 5-hectare recreation facility is an ideal spot given its open spaces. Per data from the Department of Health, there are around 13.5 million children ag… Read More “Manila Zoo eyed as vaccination site for minors, senior citizens”