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Taylor Swift Helps Keep a Nashville Indie Record Store Afloat During Closure
Taylor Swift hasn’t been spotted casually browsing in record stores over the years quite as often as LP shop-aholic Elton John, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have an equal interest in keeping them open and thriving. Grimey’s, an independent store in her hometown of Nashville, confirmed Thursday that Swift had quietly made a contribution to help out employees during the shop’s coronavirus-related closure.Rolling Stone talked with Grimey’s co-owner Doyle Davis, who confirmed the donation.
Freiburg - Soccer player Robin Koch from Bundesliga club SC Freiburg has been involved in the corona crisis like other colleagues before.
Before the Easter holidays, the defensive player from Breisgau, together with employees from Freiburg Malteser, took over the shopping for seniors and people who belong to the risk group.
"It is very important to all of us that we as a society can get through this difficult situation as quickly and as safely as possible. Helping and supporting each other and, for example, engaging for senior citizens and risk groups, is a matter of course for me," said 23-year-old, who took over the purchase costs and also sent a donation to the Maltese.
Search continues for Arkansas woman who vanished from her home in 2016
Mercedes Toliver was last seen leaving her Prescott, Arkansas home on foot just after midnight on December 17, 2016. "She was determined to do something great," Mercedes' cousin, Vontrice Flemons, told Dateline. "She wanted to prove that she could be somebody.
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Corona Crisis: That's why disposable gloves make no sense when shopping! .
© Provided by WUNDERWEIB Corona crisis: no disposable gloves when shopping For fear of catching the corona virus, more and more people are shopping with disposable gloves. A mistake, as experts now emphasize.