Josh Brolin’s wife Kathryn showcases her bare baby bump as she enjoys ‘last days’ of her pregnancy

Josh Brolin’s wife Kathryn showcases her bare baby bump as she enjoys ‘last days’ of her second pregnancy

Josh Brolin’s pregnant wife Kathryn showed off her bare pregnant belly in a series of new pictures, taken by her sister Kaylin, as she prepares to give birth any day. 

As the heavily pregnant model prepares to become a mother-of-two, she posed for an at-home maternity shoot, featuring her ‘lil baby bump with a foot sticking out.’ 

In addition to a mirror selfie in her bathroom on her Instagram Story, the 33-year-old gushed about her sibling’s impressive photography skills.     

Ready to pop: Josh Brolin’s pregnant wife Kathryn showed off her bare pregnant belly in a series of new pictures, taken by her sister Kaylin, as she prepares to give birth any day

‘My sister

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Gainesville meditation centers hold healing practices in new ways

When Debi and Bob Kolb started dating, their Friday dates always ended with meditations at the Gainesville Retreat Center. 

The couple planned to get married at the center in January after being engaged for two years until the COVID-19 pandemic changed their plans. 

Rather than a ceremony outdoors amid burning incense and candles, the two married at Bo Diddley Plaza. They didn’t want the elegance of fine china, but the elegance of simple clarity, Bob Kolb said.

“Let us vow to remember that all that appears, will disappear in the midst of uncertainty,” their vows read.

Despite the shifts in their circumstances, the two said Zen Buddhism offered them solace.

Through the pandemic and political strife, many have discovered sitting and existing in stillness soothes their occupied minds. Gainesville’s meditation centers Karuna Cottage, ChayVeda Integrative Ayurvedic Healing Arts and Gainesville Retreat Center have similarly seen a pique in interest. 


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Why I Signed Up for the AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial

I was standing outside the fence at my son’s one and only swimming meet—watching through the wrought-iron bars as the swimmers raced two at a time with an open lane between them—when I heard that University of Wisconsin Hospital was seeking volunteers to test the AstraZeneca Vaccine (AZD1222). It was a few days before school started, which would be online, and after months of social distancing, no-contact delivery, countless virtual meetings, and swabs probing into the gray matter of my lower brain to test for COVID, I was starting to feel a little desperate for anything that might facilitate a return to normal life. Even if it meant donating my body to science. I signed up as soon as I got home.

Similar to the other major vaccines in the news—most notably the Pfizer and Moderna medications—AZD1222 uses a double-injection, or two-shot, protocol. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines differ from

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Dermatologist Dr. Milton D. Moore Launches ‘Black Skin Deep’ Podcast the throngs of small businesses, entrepreneurs and other professionals who’ve experienced race-based obstacles, industry-leading dermatologist Dr. Milton D. Moore has launched the ‘Black Skin Deep’ podcast—a platform through which this esteemed and respected medical professional shares how he perseveres through struggles with systemic racism, inequity and bias in the business world and beyond—and how his listeners can do the same.

Black Skin Deep with Dr. Moore is a deeply personal podcast highlighting his insights, perspectives and reflections on decades of experience as a black pharmacist, dermatologist and entrepreneur. As a program that affirms #BlackLivesMatter and contributes to the national discourse on social justice and equity, the podcast features Dr. Moore’s detailed and deeply personal discussions about seizing possibilities, recovering from pitfalls and challenging practices and perceptions.

This he has achieved through a persistent drive to represent and advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the mass retail marketplace. Exemplifying these

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New Jersey “in for several hard months” in coronavirus fight, says Governor Phil Murphy

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said Tuesday, when the first coronavirus vaccinations in the state are set to be administered, will be “momentous” and “a day for hope and optimism.” But, he warned Monday during a public briefing, that shouldn’t allow residents to become complacent. 

“We are also in for several hard months, especially the next 6-8 weeks. As vaccinations move forward, we will be facing stiff headwinds into this second wave,” he said.

Murphy announced Sunday that the first doses of Pfizer’s new vaccine would go to health care workers at University Hospital in Newark on Tuesday. He said the state’s first allotment of 76,000 would be split between health care workers and long-term care facility residents and staff over the next few weeks.

As of Monday, more than 15,883 people in the state had died of COVID-19, with 4,170 new cases reported. The state has reported more than

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Regina King Is Fighting to End Racial Inequities in Skin Care

Regina King: Vaseline knows how passionate I am about young, Black girls being invisible and how I want to empower them. So our conversations started as a mutual desire for a philanthropic component. Then the pandemic hit, followed by the uprisings around Breonna Taylor’s, George Floyd’s, and Ahmaud Arbery’s killings, so together we decided it was important to shift the discussion toward topics that were pressing. 

What we found was that the systemic issues that already existed in our country were being magnified as a result of the coronavirus—and the people protesting were risking their health to change the system. We wanted to do something that addresses these disparities, and that’s how our project evolved into equity in skin care.

I’m very lucky to have access to a dermatologist. And while there are a lot of people who do have access to one, either their derm isn’t Black nor are

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New Covid-19 variant identified in UK, minister says as London heads back into strict lockdown

London will return to a strict lockdown this week, after coronavirus cases soared in the British capital, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Monday.

a view of a large body of water with a city in the background: London venues including pubs and restaurants will close as the English capital is to go back into a strict lockdown later this week.

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London venues including pubs and restaurants will close as the English capital is to go back into a strict lockdown later this week.

Hancock said London will be moved from England’s Tier 2 “high alert” local restrictions to the “very high” Tier 3 on Wednesday morning at 12:00 a.m., along with nearby areas in south and west Essex, and south Hertfordshire.


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Under the highest restriction level, all hospitality venues including pubs, cafes and restaurants will close except for takeout and delivery.

People should avoid traveling outside their area and reduce the number of journeys they make wherever possible.

“Over the last three weeks we’ve seen very sharp exponential rises in the virus across London, Kent, parts of Essex and Hertfordshire,”

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Meticore Consumer Report Reviews Weight Loss Diet Pill Truth

Meticore is a leading metabolism boosting support formula that triggers the rise of low core body temperatures to enhance cellular activity levels and increase metabolic rates to that of when you were younger. The world’s most popular weight loss diet pill is to be used in conjunction with a ‘1-Minute Sunrise Ritual‘ that Todd Pittman, the primary spokesman for Meticore, says can work wonders at igniting the metabolic switch to help aging individuals revive their metabolism to induce noticeable fat burning results or your money back.

By now, everyone likely knows that weight loss formulas have long been an essential part of the supplement industry. It should come as no surprise that this is the case. Losing weight is one of the easiest ways for consumers to improve their overall health. Studies show that around 15% of adults are obese all over the world. That’s over one in ten people!

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Paloma Faith details why she’s been very open in her second pregnancy

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Paloma Faith has candidly discussed why she decided to be very open about her second pregnancy, revealing she felt ‘fragile’ while carrying her first child.

The singer, 39, is expecting her second child with partner Lehman Lahcine after six rounds of IVF treatment, and spoke about her pregnancy on BBC Sounds Constantly Evolving podcast.     

Reflecting on why she wanted to be open, Paloma said: ‘I think it’s important because with my first child I wasn’t honest and I struggled with that, everyone was treating me like a normal pregnant person. But I didn’t feel like one, I felt a bit fragile.’

Paloma Faith standing in front of a laptop: Honest: Paloma Faith has candidly discussed why she decided to be very open about her second pregnancy after feeling 'fragile' while expecting her first child

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Honest: Paloma Faith has candidly discussed why she decided to be very open about her second pregnancy after feeling ‘fragile’ while expecting her first child

She added: ‘I couldn’t be happy about being pregnant because it was

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Artist Cary Fagan Reflects on Transformation through Meditation, Creation, Cultural Exchange

HOUSTON, December 14, 2020 — On November 17, Asia Society Texas welcomed artist Cary Fagan for a sculptural meditation performance piece titled Deerwasawolf x Chairs Are People. Through his conversation with curator Bridget Bray, his performance, and responses to audience questions, Houston-based Fagan touched on themes of creation, transformation, and cultural exchange.

“Japan allows you to think loudly in silence”

Fagan developed his initial series of experimental sculptures and public performances Chairs Are People while in residency at Arts Itoya in Japan. He traveled to Japan at a point of exhaustion, seeking the space to rediscover his own capabilities and potential. Through slow and thoughtful explorations of the city, language, and culture that surrounded him, Fagan found

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