Online Grocery Shopping, Haircuts Lead Current Consumer Trends

As retail reopens and consumers ease into some semblance of normalcy amid the coronavirus pandemic, once commonplace activities such as shopping for apparel and provisions online — and getting a haircut — appear to be taking priority. In this week’s Coresight Research U.S. Survey Update, the firm said the most popular activities in the past two…

How To Discover Your Own Massive Meteorite Crater (And Still Work From Home)

Asteroid impact. Illustration of a large asteroid colliding with Earth on the Yucatan Peninsula in … [+] (what is modern day) Mexico. This impact is believed to have led to the death of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago. The impact formed the Chicxulub crater, which is around 200 kilometres wide. The impact would…

Surprise! Tory Burch Is Having Its First-ever Memorial Day Sale

Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. If shopping Memorial Day discounts on appliances, mattresses and furniture isn’t quite your bag, you’ll be happy to know that the holiday sales extend to fashion sites, too. That means you can join in on the fun by…

Corona With Lyme? Warmer Weather Means It’s Time To Be Tick Aware

CNN — As warm weather sends people outdoors, some are encountering tenacious pests with no respect for social distance. Forget staying 6 feet apart: Ticks go for blood in the hardest-to-reach places on the human body. Many of those ticks are infected with Lyme disease. The illness, which was first identified in Connecticut in the…

Building Owner, Alarm Companies Sued Over Deadly Alpine Apartment Fire

The owner of a downtown Las Vegas apartment building where six people died in the deadliest residential fire in city history has been hit with another lawsuit seeking damages. This time, several fire alarm manufacturers, sellers and monitoring companies were also named as defendants. Attorney Steven Jaffe, representing Alpine Apartments owner Adolfo Orozco, declined Tuesday…

Mekhi Becton, The Jets’ Top Draft Pick, ‘Moves People Like Furniture’

When Mekhi Becton signed up for the football team at Highland Springs High School in Virginia, he picked wide receiver and tight end as his positions. He was 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighed 215 pounds. “At 13 years old, when someone is that big, you anticipate them growing even more,” Loren Johnson, Becton’s…

Dubai-based Digital Marketing Expert Hussein Abusofah, Helps Clients Become Overnight Social Media Celebs

Successful social media influencer and business advisor, Hussein Abusofah, continue to garner reviews from clients across the globe for his social media marketing solutions Hussein Abusofah has been able to establish himself as a leading name in the digital marketing space, particularly in the area of social media marketing. Helping clients, including businesses and individuals…

Tour A Nashville Residence Where The Architecture Steals The Show

With all four kids grown and out of the house their family shared for 22 years, Lyn and Scott Sohr were ready for a new chapter. Having always preferred the building process to renovating, it came as sort of a surprise when they found themselves buying a dated 1990s fixer-upper after touring it on a…

Oklahoman And South Korean Fashion Designer Ji Won Choi Competes On New Amazon Series ‘Making The Cut,’ Starring Tim Gunn And Heidi Klum

 Ji Won Choi, a fashion designer who was born in South Korea and grew up in Oklahoma, is one of 12 competitors on the new Amazon Originals series “Making the Cut.” [David Scott Holloway/Amazon Studios] A version of this story appears in Friday’s Weekend Life section of The Oklahoman. ‘Making the Cut’: Oklahoma fashion designer…