Naomi Mauro says of herself and husband, Gio,“We can make bread, a lot of bread,” Mauro said in a phone chat this week. “At first it was therapeutic, but so far it’s been something people are enjoying, so that’s good.”
Were it not for the coronavirus, all 30 major league baseball teams would be taking the field Thursday.
Plexiglass panels are designed to help slow the spread of coronavirus; stores also putting up reminders for people to stay 6 feet apart.
Brad Paisley challenged Darius Rucker, who played Foster Lloyd’s “You Can Come Cryin’ to Me,” and Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum has performed Call Me a Dog” by Chris Cornell.
Cooking with Nina goes live on Sundays on Facebook Live and Instagram.
Las Vegas Strip headlining magician Mat Franco says of his show, “It’s a learn-as-we-go kind of thing, a way to push me out of my comfort zone and still reach an audience.”
The fact that you’re stuck inside because of the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t mean you can’t see the world.
Bans on takeout of beer, wine and cocktails are aggravating the effects of a partial shutdown of the industry, owners say.