Krispy Kreme to open NYC flagship location next month with world’s largest ‘Hot Light’ after COVID-19 delay
Krispy Kreme plans to open its first flagship location in New York City’s Times Square Sept. 15 after delaying amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Thirty-three states and two territories, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, are on the 14-day quarantine list in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
As states continue to reopen, shoppers can order items online and choose to pickup curbside. Many retailers added the service amid the pandemic.
John Bolton worries ‘what would happen to the country’ if Trump reelected. But he’s still not voting for Biden
“This will be the first time in my adult political career when I won’t be voting for the Republican nominee for president,” Bolton said.
Florida’s new Smyrna Beach’s Indian River Lagoon offers a social-distancing-friendly excursion and fun alternative to theme parks like Disney World.
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Black babies die at three times the rate of white newborns, but when they are cared for by Black doctors that rate is cut in half, a study found.