Slow Man Comfortable Sneakers Feel Like You’re Walking on Clouds

first_img– Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Confession: We just hit the sneaker jackpot! We’ve already found plenty of winners out there (and our shoe racks are practically overflowing as a result), but this pair may be one of the best options yet. If you suffer from foot pain, pay close attention — this one’s for you.- Advertisement – These sneakers from Slow Man are truly outstanding. They have a thick sole in the heel area which provides incredible arch support, and they also come equipped with a sock built in — immediately upping their comfort level!Slow Man Women's Walking Shoes Sock SneakersSlow Man Women’s Walking Shoes Sock Sneakers AmazonSee it!Get the Slow Man Women’s Walking Shoes Sock Sneakers for prices starting at just $24, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 2, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement – See it!Get the Slow Man Women’s Walking Shoes Sock Sneakers for prices starting at just $24, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 2, 2020, but are subject to change.The built-in sock are one of our favorite qualities of these sneakers. The styles vary, but some feature a durable mesh material and a higher sock line, while others have a sportier look. Each of the sneakers is available in a slip-on style with adjustable laces that aren’t fussy or difficult to use.These sneakers could become your new go-to pair of shoes for casual, low-key days. If you aren’t doing a high-intensity activity, they can even become a workout essential. They aren’t intended for running, but you can definitely wear them out for walks or bike rides. They’re a sneaker you can count on, and that’s exactly why we’re so ready to scoop them up!See it: Get the Slow Man Women’s Walking Shoes Sock Sneakers for prices starting at just $24, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 2, 2020, but are subject to change.Not what you’re looking for? Check out more styles from Slow Man and shop all of the clothing, shoes and jewelry available at Amazon! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at Happy shopping! These sneakers are a serious favorite of Amazon shoppers around the globe. They currently have over 40,000 reviews, including countless five-star ratings — which certainly piqued our interest during a browsing session. Those who have already picked up a pair of these sneakers claim they’re super lightweight and ideal for all-day wear. Thanks to their sleek, supportive design, one shopper even compared them to walking on clouds. Dreams come true!Reviewers are comparing these sneakers to popular, expensive pairs that run upwards of $150 — but these are so affordable. Between the price tag and positive feedback, this may be the deal of the season!Slow Man Women's Walking Shoes Sock SneakersAmazonSlow Man Women’s Walking Shoes Sock Sneakers- Advertisement –last_img read more

MRT Jakarta urges passengers to avoid conversation to curb COVID-19 spread

first_imgTherefore, besides requiring its passengers to wear masks, MRT Jakarta is also urging them not to engage in conversation while commuting, whether directly with other passengers or through phone calls. “It [the policy] is being imposed to provide comfort for the passengers and maintain hygiene within the trains,” the caption of the post reads.As the central government works toward adopting “new normal” measures to cope with the pandemic and to weather its severe economic impacts, the Transportation Ministry through the Greater Jakarta Transportation Agency (BPTJ) is formulating a detailed regulation on public transportation.Read also: Commuter line keeps physical distancing measure during COVID-19 ‘new normal’“The regulation for the new normal approach for public transportation is actually in place –Ministerial Regulation No. 9/2020 issued by the Health Ministry on large-scale social restrictions (PSBB). But the more specific regulation will be issued soon,” BPTJ managing director Edy Nursalam said last week.Previously, the Jakarta administration issued a string of policies for public transportation operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, including cutting the operational hours of its city-owned services such as MRT Jakarta, LRT Jakarta and Transjakarta, as well as reducing the number of fleets for each of the services.The administration also limited the number of passengers in each fleet, imposed physical distancing and conducted temperature checks for passengers. (asp) Indonesia’s first MRT service, MRT Jakarta, has called on its passengers to avoid having conversations while riding on its trains in a bid to break the chain of COVID-19 transmission on public transportation.“As we all know, COVID-19 is transmitted through droplets that can come from infected people who cough, sneeze and talk,” said the management of MRT Jakarta on its official Instagram account @mrtjkt.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Harvard, MIT sue Trump govt over order revoking visas for foreign students

first_imgHarvard and MIT asked a court Wednesday to block an order by President Donald Trump’s administration threatening the visas of foreign students whose entire courses have moved online because of the coronavirus pandemic.The universities’ lawsuit was in response to an announcement Monday by the US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) that the affected students must leave the country or transfer to a school offering in-person tuition.”We will pursue this case vigorously so that our international students, and international students at institutions across the country, can continue their studies without the threat of deportation,” Harvard President Lawrence Bacow said in a statement. “The order came down without notice — its cruelty surpassed only by its recklessness,” Bacow said.He added it was made “without regard to concerns for the health and safety of students, instructors and others.”The universities say in their lawsuit that the order would harm students “immensely,” both personally and financially.It describes the order as “arbitrary and capricious” and says it threw US higher education “into chaos.”There were more than one million international students in the US for the 2018-19 academic year, according to the Institute of International Education (IIE).The plaintiffs ask that the court issue a temporary restraining order and “permanent injunctive relief” preventing the policy being enforced.They also ask that the order be declared unlawful, that their legal costs are covered, and that they receive any other relief that the court deems appropriate.’Ridiculous’ The lawsuit, filed in Boston, lists the defendants as ICE and the United States Department of Homeland Security.The US posted a daily high of 60,209 new coronavirus infections on Tuesday, Johns Hopkins University said, and the country topped three million cases on Wednesday.The disease has claimed more than 131,000 lives across America.Most US colleges and universities have not yet announced their plans for the fall semester but Harvard has said all its classes for the 2020-21 academic year will be conducted online “with rare exceptions.”Some 40 percent of undergraduates will be allowed to return to campus, but their instruction will be conducted remotely.It says packed classrooms endanger the health of students and teachers.Trump has branded the decision “ridiculous” as he takes a bullish approach to reopening the country ahead of November’s presidential vote, when he seeks reelection.While cracking down on immigration is one of his key issues, Trump has taken a particularly hard stance on foreigners since the health crisis began.In June, he froze until 2021 the issuing of green cards — which offer permanent US resident status — and some work visas, particularly those used in the technology sector.Topics : Trump is pushing universities and schools to fully open when the new academic year starts in September despite the US registering record COVID-19 cases.ICE said in its announcement the State Department would not issue visas to students enrolled in programs that are fully online for the fall semester and such students would not be allowed to enter the country.Universities with a hybrid system of in-person and online classes will have to show that foreign students are taking as many in-person classes as possible, to maintain their status.The measure was seen as a move by the White House to put pressure on educational institutions that are adopting a cautious approach to reopening amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.last_img read more

On his home turf in Egypt, everyone wants piece of Liverpool’s Salah

first_imgCairo, Egypt | AFP | Patriotic statements, flashy commercials and an anti-drug campaign: Mohamed Salah’s dazzling displays for Liverpool have taken the football world by storm, and on his home turf in Egypt seemingly everyone wants a piece of him.Salah has shot to stardom thanks to his goal-scoring exploits in England and Europe, and senior Egyptian officials increasingly refer to the player — although he has carefully steered clear of politics.Last month foreign ministry spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid went so far as to call him “an icon of Egypt’s soft power”.Abu Zeid made the comment on Twitter after Salah scored a brace and set up two more goals as Liverpool beat AS Roma 5-2 in the Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield last week.The second leg takes place on Wednesday night in the Italian capital.The remarkable game prompted President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to also congratulate the flying forward. “What he has accomplished calls for pride and affirms Egyptians’ capabilities in all fields… Proud of him every Egyptian who holds Egypt’s name high,” Sisi tweeted.Salah the “Pharaoh” represents an opportunity for the country to improve its image internationally after years of turmoil in the aftermath of the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak.– ‘Global face’ –The fact that “an athlete at that level penetrates the media wall and becomes a face known globally inevitably reflects… on his home country,” said Pascal Boniface, director of the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs.From the modest village of Nagrig in the Nile Delta, Salah has catapulted to worldwide fame since his arrival last summer in England from AS Roma in a transfer deal worth 42 million euros.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 3last_img read more

Westport Winery Expands Hours and Adds Breakfast

first_imgFacebook3Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Westport Winery Garden ResortWestport Winery Garden Resort will now be open daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. by adding breakfast to their farm fresh menu. Winery co-founder Kim Roberts said, “Our premise has always been to find out what our customers want and then give it to them. We’re fortunate to have fans that offer great ideas.” For this reason, the winery has developed a menu of unusual and homemade fare for this new element of their enterprise.The new hours of operation begin on Sunday, October 30, with breakfast served daily from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. “With our wine club pick-up beginning this week it will give a bigger window of time and dining opportunity to the many visitors we expect to see.” Flexibility, affordability, and innovation are hallmarks of this business’s success which is reflected in the breakfast offerings which are available to enjoy in house or to go:Fresh FrittataOnions, broccoli, spinach and tomato sautéed in olive oil then baked to order in an egg cream custard — 9 Beach BennyDungeness crab cake on grilled ham topped with scrambled eggs and tarragon aioli — 13Breakfast SammyHam, scrambled eggs, cheddar (slice or sauce) on a homemade cornmeal biscuit — 6 Lavender Crème Brulée French ToastFrench toast stuffed with crème brulee, grilled, and served with lavender syrup — 9Cornmeal Biscuits & Spicy Sausage GravyFull — 9, Half — 4, Add eggs — 4Big & RichTri-tip steak wrapped in bacon on a bed of steak fries topped with scrambled eggs, cheese sauce and green onions — 19Any Day BrunchCornmeal Biscuit and Freezer Jam, Benedictine Quiche with Tarragon Aioli, Steak Fries, Fresh OJ or Sparkling Mimosa, Coffee or Tea — 18PastryBlueberry-Lemon Scone or Raspberry-Almond Scone or Cornmeal Biscuit — 4Giant Hawaiian Cinnamon RollWith vanilla buttercream, caramel sauce and macadamia nuts — 7Let’s Pretend They’re Granola BarsMaple Bacon Bourbon or Chocolate Caramel Oat — 3Westport Winery Garden Resort won Best Boutique Winery, Best Winery, and Best Wine Shop at the recent Best of the South Sound Awards from South Sound Magazine.The restaurant has become a popular place for Sunday brunch in part because of their ability to make fresh-squeezed orange juice in house. When that incredible juice is added to any one of their four award-winning sparkling wines the best mimosas ensue. Of course, Three-Peckered Goat coffee or decaf Skookumchuck from Raven’s Brew in Olympia make for great morning beverages too. The classic Earl Grey tea and Tazo Green tea are hot choices.It’s the winery’s new Chocolate Caliente that will rock your world. Kim Roberts said, “When I was going to university in Denmark, my friends and I spent Easter break in Barcelona. That’s where I first had what they call chocolate caliente, but to me was more like molten pudding in a cup. It’s definitely a one-cup wonder! Once we decided to add breakfast we had to put it on the menu.” Additionally, it can be made to order with a shot of your favorite spirits.Family-friendly Westport Winery Garden Resort, is located on the corner of Highway 105 and South Arbor Road halfway between Aberdeen and Westport. The resort (including the restaurant, bakery, nursery and gardens) is open daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Westport Winery TASTING @ Cannon Beach, is located at 255 N. Hemlock. The Oregon tasting room is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.Westport Winery was named 2011 Washington Winery to Watch by Wine Press Northwest. They have been voted Best Winery by King 5 Evening Magazine six times. They were named the Best Washington Family Business Silver Medal winners in 2012, received the Grays Harbor Environmental Stewardship Award in 2015, and were name Best Winery, Best Wine Shop, and Best Boutique Winery for 2016 by South Sound Magazine. For more information or reservations call 360-648-2224. Those who wish to hold earlier business, committee, or training meetings are encouraged to contact the winery for special reservations.last_img read more

Angry Hazlet Residents Protest Affordable Housing Plan

first_imgBy Jay Cook |HAZLET – More than 200 incensed residents packed town hall Tuesday night to protest an affordable housing settlement permitting about 480 new total housing units at a former Catholic school and a vacant farm along Route 36.Homeowners battling the plan were so outraged that they shouted at elected officials and pleaded for a better option. One man was even removed by police after an expletive-laden outburst.“The town cannot handle that amount of people,” said Hemlock Street resident Sam Dimartino. “Look at the amount of people we have back here, nobody wants this. Act like it’s in your own backyard and then vote on it.”Committeemembers Barbara Ronchetti, left, and James DiNardo have voiced their opposition to the housing compliance plan. They’re concerned about the greater impact to Hazlet. Photo by Jay CookThe agreement, which is being negotiated by Hazlet and Fair Share Housing Center, sets guidelines to develop the shuttered, 17-acre Holy Family School and the 26-acre vacant property known as the Stone Road Meadow tract on the Union Beach border. Holy Family would be rezoned for 172 units with 26 affordable and the Stone Road Meadow’s new zoning would permit 312 units with 63 affordable.Township officials were expected to vote on approving this compliance plan but it never reached a vote. Committeeman James DiNardo, who opposes the plan, said Tuesday’s meeting would be for residents to ask as many questions as they wanted. The session lasted four-and-a-half-hours until midnight. A final vote is expected to take place Sept. 4.“I want you people to realize the ramifications of what’s all going to happen with this,” he said. “It’s not a pretty picture.”It won’t be easy for Hazlet’s five-member governing body to reach an agreement. Democrats DiNardo and Committeewoman Barbara Ronchetti are against it, yet Republican Committeeman Michael Glackin and Mayor Scott Aagre said it’s the best deal available. They’re stuck in a gridlock.Mayor Scott Aagre said the affordable housing plan is the best deal available to the township.Deputy Mayor Sue Kiley wasn’t present Tuesday and has recused herself from these proceedings. She’s the business administrator for the Our Lady of Perpetual Help-St. Agnes parish in Highlands which is under the Diocese of Trenton’s umbrella. Holy Family is under the Diocese of Trenton’s direction, as well.Estimates from the state indicate Hazlet is on the hook for 800 affordable units, meaning roughly 3,000 more total units would likely be built by developers to make it profitable.“We have a great deal on the table and we’re basically turning our nose up at it,” township attorney James Gorman said. “There’s blood in the water, developers talk and we’re going to get more and more and more of this.”Gorman said “it’s going to get worse” if the settlement isn’t reached. He warned that Hazlet would go to trial over their lack of an affordable housing plan, would lose control of all zoning to the courts and more properties throughout town could have housing projects built. Of those could be the vacant Bradlee’s, ShopRite and Frank’s Nursey sites on Route 36, as well as another proposed dense project to be located near Costco on Route 35.The Fair Share Housing Act doesn’t recognize the multiple mobile home parks in Hazlet as affordable housing stock, but the township did receive unofficial credit for its existing senior housing options.But neighboring homeowners said the entire process was dysfunctional. Hazlet has gone over 30 years without a submitted affordable housing plan and was slapped with a second Builder’s Remedy lawsuit in November 2015. The lawsuit from Highview Homes, LLC. is for the housing project planned at Holy Family School.A group of about 500 concerned residents have been mobilized in recent months by Jamie Iacouzzi-Capone to form the Hazlet Residents Take Action citizens group. Iacouzzi-Capone said “the minutes have been lost and the trust has been broken” between residents and elected officials.“If the township is truly in favor for working for the people rather than their own personal agendas, there should be no objection,” she added.Iacouzzi-Capone pushed the governing body to leave the Stone Road Meadows property out of the settlement. Resolutions by Hazlet, Keyport, Aberdeen, Keansburg and Union Beach were all passed in recent years supporting that 26-acre property’s future as protected open space.“It would be a punishment to open my front door and see dense apartment housing,” said nearby resident John Wilk. “This development proposed will urbanize the area.”DiNardo and Ronchetti also said they floated a plan in recent years for Hazlet to purchase Holy Family School and turn it into a community center. The necessary votes weren’t there and the plans stalled, they said.Some residents petitioned Hazlet to stand up to the state and seek better options for the ultimate housing developments.“This is a death sentence for the future of this town,” said Gerard Jaume. “This will turn into a Neptune. And it’ll be on all you guys.”This article was first published in the August 9-16, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more