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October 13, 2021 at 6:10 pm #41897hannasaddler
“We are today signing an executive order allowing people to get their marriage licenses remotely and also allowing clerks to perform ceremonies over video,” said Melissa DeRosa, an aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, during a press conference Saturday.
The pandemic has disrupted our existence in countless ways, but life goes on despite the hardships. Videoconferencing tools like Zoom, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Skype, Apple Facetime and Microsoft Teams have surged in use as people have signed on for business, school and personal connections.
She wrote: ‘You’ve made me the luckiest girl in the world. I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life by your side. your love is the most precious gift. I love you so so much baby and thank you harper for this pic.’
1. That Stewart-McKellen friendship Fans don’t get to see a lot of celebrity friendships play out, but McKellen and Stewart’s very public relationship is a treasure for the ages. The two Brits met in the 1970s, Us magazine reports, but really got close after co-starring as rivals in the 2000 X-Men movie. Since then, they’ve continued to work and play together, with McKellen even serving as the officiant for Stewart’s 2013 wedding.
We’d all love to surprise Mom with the car of her dreams, right? In this time of coronavirus woes, though, we don’t really see too many folks — even those flush with cash — dropping big coin to earn brownie points with their parents. So consider this list to be something of a daydream catalog, or better yet, a set of vehicles that your matriarch might consider choosing from when it does come time for her to replace her ride.
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Add weddings to the list of things you can do online during the coronavirus pandemic, along with dinner parties, schooling, concerts, cabinet meetings and of course dating, as people try to get stuff done despite stay-at-home rules. The state of New York now permits marriage ceremonies via videoconference.
4. He can play everyone from poop to Prospero Stewart’s portrayed Macbeth and Mark Antony, among other Shakespearean roles. But he’s not too snooty to laugh at himself. Yes, that’s his refined voice coming out of the mouth of the poop emoji in 2017’s The Emoji Movie. It’s kind of a cheap joke in casting — get one of the classiest actors out there to voice a swirly piece of poo — but it’s still hard not to laugh when he leads his poopy son in a chant of, “We’re Number Two!”
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, top gemologist Alexandra Michell from Prestige Pawnbrokers of Channel 4’s Posh Pawn praised the ‘timeless’ diamond ring chosen by Brooklyn for Nicola and believes it is worth more than £350,000.
With weeks of shelter-in-place orders past, lockdown is now becoming the new normal. Videoconference business meetings may not be a stretch for many office professionals, but now society at large is coming up with ways to hold funerals by videoconference, planning support move classes online and, yes, get Zumped — that’s when your romantic partner breaks up with you via Zoom.
As he turns 80, Stewart’s not retiring anytime soon. He brought back the beloved character of Picard in Star Trek: Picard on CBS All Access. (ViacomCBS is CNET’s parent company.) Our review notes that as Picard, Stewart remains “vital and dynamic when he’s standing up for the good in humanity.”
The first six episodes of the current Unsolved Mysteries reboot became available July 1, with six more to come. The new show is being overseen by executive producer Shawn Levy of Stranger Things fame, in association with the original production company for Unsolved Mysteries, Cosgrove-Meurer Productions. Producers Terry Dunn Meurer and John Cosgrove, who created the show, are involved with the new reboot, and their 1980s baby is in good hands.
7. He made bald beautiful again Stewart began losing his hair at 19, and reportedly tried hats, combovers and toupees to hide his baldness. Hollywood’s strict beauty standards don’t often include hair loss, so it’s no surprise that Stewart worried he wouldn’t be cast as Picard unless he wore a wig over his bald pate. But Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry himself told the actor to ditch the wig, and in 1992, a TV Guide poll named Stewart the sexiest man on television.
New York has been the US state hardest hit by COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. A key part of the response to try to curtail the virus’ spread have been social distancing actions like staying at home as much as possible.
2. He’s sharing sonnets online Ian McKellen’s birthday sonnet to Stewart wasn’t out of the blue. Stewart has been reading a Shakespearean sonnet every day since March on his social media accounts. Whether you flunked out of English, are a literature professor, or like most of us, are somewhere in between, listening to his rich readings are two-minute daily breaks worth taking.