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Adele Shuts Down Fans Asking For A New Album: ‘Wear A Mask And Be Patient’

Fans of Adele are starting to get a tad impatient while waiting for her to release a new album, something she hasn’t done since 2015. (Remember 2015? Simpler times.)

Over the weekend, the artist posted a photo on Instagram that showed her dressed up and singing into a microphone. It seemed to suggest ― to a few followers, at least ― that Adele was about to release some new music. 

“Teaser? Albums coming out today???!!!! Tell me now!!!!” one commenter wrote on Instagram. 

Sadly, Adele could only confirm one thing: that the album isn’t on its way. 

“Of course it’s not,” she answered. “Corona ain’t over. I’m quarantining. Wear a mask and be patient.” 

It was widely thought that the “Rolling in the Deep” singer’s new album would come out later this year. Back in February, Adele performed a slew of hits at her best friend’s wedding in London and told the crowd to “expect my album in September.”

But it appears the coronavirus pandemic has slowed the album’s progress. 

“It isn’t coming in September. It’ll be ready when it’s ready,” Adele’s manager, Jonathan Dickins, told the publication Music Week last week.

“We’re all in the same boat: You’re doing stuff and then all of a sudden, the world stops. It’ll come when it’s ready,” he added. “I can’t put a date on that yet. We have music, but we’re still working.” 

Adele performing at the 2017 Grammy Awards. She said earlier this year that she'd release an album in September, but it's bee



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Adele performing at the 2017 Grammy Awards. She said earlier this year that she’d release an album in September, but it’s been delayed due to the pandemic. 

Adele has titled her past three albums based on her age at the time of recording ― 19, 21 and 25 ― but the singer said in 2015 that she’s over using that naming scheme. 

“I feel like the idea of calling albums after my age is showing a photograph almost of what’s going on in my life then and there,” the British superstar told Beats1 host Zane Lowe at the time. 

“I feel like not that much is going to change profoundly in me from now on in terms of how important eras of my life are to myself,” she said. “So I think the next one will probably be called ‘Adele.’ It will be, I’m not joking.” 

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Man Faked Wife’s Disappearance So She’d Avoid Prison: Police

GRANDVIEW, W. Va. (AP) — A West Virginia woman and her husband faked her disappearance by pretending she plummeted from an overlook as part of a scheme to keep her out of having to go to prison, authorities said.

Julie Wheeler and Rodney Wheeler were arrested Tuesday on multiple charges including conspiracy and giving false information to West Virginia State Police.

State police said Julie Wheeler was reported missing Sunday by her husband and 17-year-old son.

The family claimed Julie Wheeler had fallen from the main overlook at the New River Gorge National River, National Park Service Ranger Leah Perkowski-Sisk said.

Authorities searched for Julie Wheeler for days but found her Tuesday “alive and well” hiding in a closet in her home.

A criminal complaint said Rodney Wheeler and his son planted items at the Grandview Overlook to fake Julie Wheeler’s disappearance. It’s unclear whether the son will face criminal charges.

Julie Wheeler pleaded guilty to federal health care fraud in February after an investigation into “pill mill” clinic operations. She’ll be sentenced for that charge on June 17.

It’s unclear whether the couple have an attorney who could comment on their behalf.

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In just a few measly months, wearing face masks in public went from outlandish to mandatory. Funny how that works. They’re now a required accessory in many states. And even if they aren’t, you’d be helping slow the spread by wearing one.

Still pulling your shirt up over your face in lieu of a mask? Or maybe you’re using those paper masks that come in a large pack, but you don’t feel like they’re doing you any good? This CompressMax Air™ Face Mask could be the answer. 

Initially designed to protect you from airborne contaminants while cycling around polluted areas, the CompressMax Air™ is more than your average paper face mask. It features dual respiration valves that reduce heat and moisture build-up within the mask, making breathing much more comfortable. And potentially, those valves could also protect you from the dreaded maskne. Each mask also comes with a removable and washable PM2.5 activated carbon filter to protect against harmful airborne particles — including droplets from other humans.

Since it was created for cycling, the design is incredibly secure. It features non-slip ear cords, an adjustable nose clip, and a flexible velcro strap that wraps around the back of your head. So you never have to worry about it falling off at an inopportune time, like when pushing your way through a crowded boardwalk or paying for your groceries. 

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The best gas grills for 2020: Why Weber and KitchenAid are on top

If you’ve got an outdoor space, a grill is an essential piece of summertime equipment — here are the best ones you can get.

Best portable grill

Weber Q1200

If you plan on grilling everywhere that you legally can, you’ll need a grill that’s truly portable and high-quality — the Weber Q1200 is precisely that.

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If you’re lucky enough to have a backyard or outdoor area that is solely yours, getting some fresh air easily is a beloved privilege. Don’t let that go to waste.

If you really want to make the most of your outdoor space (besides getting some nice new furniture), we can’t stress enough how great it is to have a grill. Not only will it provide you with plenty of new cooking opportunities, but it’ll also give you a reason to get out of the house for a moment and perhaps spend some quality time with your loved ones while you whip up a meal.

Summertime is synonymous with grilling, so we say it’s time to get with the program. And if you need some help choosing the best grill for you and your space, we’ve got you covered. 

What to take into consideration

Gas grills come in all shapes and sizes (and prices), which means that picking one out can get overwhelming very quickly. Something that is vital to remember when shopping for one: Just because it’s the most, doesn’t mean it’s the best (for you). In other words, if you have a tiny backyard and prefer the concept of minimalism, the super expensive, gigantic, five-burner grill isn’t really going to fit your vibe. It might be for someone else, but we’re shopping for you, remember?

Now that we got that lesson out of the way, there are two major points you’ll want to get figured out before purchasing your very own gas grill:

  1. Size: Not just the amount of physical space it takes up (which is still important), but also take note of the amount of burners you need. How much food do you normally cook at once? Are you regularly feeding a whole family? The more food, the more burners and surface area you’ll want.

  2. Versatility and extra features: This can range anywhere from temperature regulation, to smart features, to warming racks, to external side burners, to equipment storage, and more. It’ll all come down to what you see as necessary, and what you see as superfluous.

Get those priorities in check, and you’ve already done most of the work.

Gas grills vs. charcoal grills

Ah, yes, the age-old debate: Gas or charcoal? 

The answer to that question will depend on where your priorities lie — convenience or flavor? Gas grills are all about the former. You can light them immediately, and they’re normally ready to cook on within minutes. With a charcoal grill, it’s a different story. Those generally take 20 to 30 minutes to start up, which can be frustrating if patience isn’t your strong suit. 

But, with patience comes reward — many say that cooking with a charcoal grill helps you retain the smoky flavor of whatever you’re cooking, ending in a better final result. Gas grills usually end up vaporizing a lot of the good stuff, even though it gets the job done more quickly. Of course, if you’re a crappy cook, the flavor factor might not even matter. Make sure you know what you’re doing before you fire up that grill or prepare for unhappy tastebuds for all. 

Gas grills are also inarguably more versatile and easier to operate. In addition to quick startup and shutdown, gas grills allow you to more meticulously control the temperature of your cooking surface. Many also come with multiple burners and extras that charcoal grills just don’t. You’ll end up paying more, though, and buying charcoal is a whole lot easier than refilling your propane tank in terms of availability (not to mention that gas grills are typically much bulkier). What we’re saying is that both have their advantages and disadvantages.

You can’t really go wrong, though. Consider your cooking style, budget, and taste preference, then make an informed decision. Don’t stress over it — it’s just food after all, and both will give you the opportunity to make something truly delicious.

What is the best gas grill for under $500?

The best grill for under $500 also happens to be our top pick overall: The Weber Spirit II E-310.

You’ll be able to read our full take on it below, but in short, we think it’s a great all-around grill that boasts the features of more expensive options, just at a way better price. Plus, it’s compatible with smart devices. How cool!

What is the best gas grill, period?

We’re happy you asked. Without further ado, our picks for the best gas grills. 


Smart compatibility • 10-year warranty • Consistent performance with all dishes
No cabinet to hide propane tank • iGrill sold separately
The Weber Spirit II E-310 is a great all-around grill for a great price, making it our top pick.

1. Weber Spirit II E-310

The Weber Spirit II E-310 is our top pick — it features many of the qualities of more expensive grills, but at an affordable price.

  • Number of burners:
    3
  • Warming rack?:
    Yes
  • External side burner?:
    No
  • Total cooking space:
    529 square inches
Middle of the road when it comes to price but high-end when it comes to features, the Weber Spirit II E-310 grill takes our top spot.
This grill is a great all-around player, giving a consistent performance across most food types. It has a relatively spacious cooking area with three burners and Weber’s patented cast iron cooking grates, which also feature Flavorizer bars that help your food from losing its taste.
It’s also compatible with Weber’s iGrill 3 smart device, which can monitor your food’s temperature from start to finish and send the data straight to your phone (unfortunately, it’s sold separately).
One Home Depot reviewer writes:

“This is my second Weber and I wouldn’t buy anything else — my first one lasted 20 years and was still usable! The size is just right for my deck and, more importantly, the heat is very even and controllable. And there are small but important changes since my last Weber. The grilling space is larger, the overall area is greater (the height of the cover has increased), and the small rack is higher which makes it easy to access the rear of the grill. I love it.”

 


Five burners • External side burner and rotisserie spit • LED display for nighttime grilling
Stainless steel shows marks easily • Some reviewers said it’s prone to flare-ups
You won’t have trouble feeding the whole family with the Broil King Regal S590 Pro — it’s big enough to handle even the hungriest of crowds.

2. Broil King Regal S590 Pro

This extra-large Broil King grill gives you the size and versatility you need to make something bountiful and delicious.

  • Number of burners:
    5
  • Warming rack?:
    Yes
  • External side burner?:
    Yes
  • Total cooking space:
    625 square inches
If you have a big backyard and a lot of hungry mouths to feed, you’re going to need a big grill.
The Broil King Regal S590 Pro is a great choice for those who take “go big or go home” seriously. It features five burners on the main cooking space, as well as an external burner to the side for pots and skillets and a rotisserie spit. Talk about versatility, right?
It also features a cabinet to hide your propane tank, as well as plenty of storage space for grilling tools and seasonings. Just make sure you take care of the grill’s interior and exterior — that stainless stell has the propensity to show dings and scratches. 
One Amazon reviewer says:

“Let me start by saying I love this grill. I have had several others, including Webers, and would say it’s on the same quality while providing more high-end benefits at a lower cost. It can reach approximately 700 degrees in 5 minutes, comes with a motorized rotisserie, has a great side burner, illuminated LED knobs, and excellent heat distribution for even cooking.”


Minimalist and not bogged down by bells and whistles • Plenty of cooking area and shelf space
Lacks in temperature control
No need to get fancy with it — the Char-Broil Classic 360 features all the attributes that a decent grill should have while staying low-budget.

3. Char-Broil Classic 360

If bells and whistles aren’t your cup of tea, check out this minimalist and affordable grill from Char-Broil.

  • Number of burners:
    3
  • Warming rack?:
    Yes
  • External side burner?:
    No
  • Total cooking space:
    360 square inches
If you’re tight on budget, the Char-Broil Classic 360 will certainly get the job done for you without draining the old bank account. 
It’s pretty minimalist, but comes with all the necessities that a competent grill should have — a decent amount of cooking space, a warming rack, dual side shelves, and reliable burners (three, to be exact). The only complaint that reviewers had was the not-so-great temperature control, so you’ll just have to be extra attentive during use. 
It’s nothing special, but sometimes you don’t need special, you just need something that works. 
One Amazon reviewer writes:

“I was looking for a quality grill with none of the bells and whistles. This is a great size for myself and my girlfriend to make dinner, but also big enough for meal prepping and hosting. If you want a simple grill, with good quality materials at a low price, this is a great option!”


Vertical design is good for small outdoor spaces • A good amount of surface area for a small grill
No storage space
If you aren’t working with a large outdoor space, the Fuego Element will still allow you to grill without overcrowding things.

4. Fuego Element Grill

Not everyone has a gigantic backyard — the Fuego Element is a great grill suited for small patios and decks thanks to its vertical design.

  • Number of burners:
    2
  • Warming rack?:
    No
  • External side burner?:
    No
  • Total cooking space:
    364 square inches
If you don’t have a lot to work with in your outdoor space, this grill from Fuego shouldn’t take up a lot of room.
This grill has a more vertical design as to not get in the way of anything, which is helpful if you’re willing to sacrifice the storage space that most other grills have. It still comes with a good amount of cooking surface area, though, with two burners and the ability to hold about 15 burgers at a time.
It’s easy to roll around, too, and has an offset lid handle so you don’t end up burning yourself while opening or closing it. Just be careful, the grill has a totally flush surface, so there’s nothing keeping your food from falling off. 
Here’s what one Home Depot reviewer had to say:

“This grill is really small, but has a large grilling area. We live in a condo and have it on our deck. It seems to be very versatile with its direct and indirect heat settings. It also holds a constant temperature real well. I would highly recommend.”


Truly portable • Foldable side tables
No storage • Cart sold separately
Tailgaters, beach bums, and small patio owners rejoice — this grill should fit into your lifestyle effortlessly.

5. Weber Q1200

If you plan on grilling everywhere that you legally can, you’ll need a grill that’s truly portable and high-quality — the Weber Q1200 is precisely that.

  • Number of burners:
    1
  • Warming rack?:
    No
  • External side burner?:
    No
  • Total cooking space:
    189 square inches
Yes, portable grills are a thing, just ask George Foreman.
We recommend getting the Weber Q1200 if you think you’ll be taking your grill on your travels. This single-burner model can be brought just about anywhere that grills are legally allowed, and features a good amount of space for something so portable (just don’t expect to feed an entire party).
You’ll have to bring all of your tools and supplies along separately due to the lack of storage, but you can’t expect much more from a grill like this. Oh, and those foldable side tables are pretty awesome.
One Amazon reviewer wrote:

“This portable gas grill is perfect for apartment balconies or patios (if your apartment allows you to use a gas grill) and compact enough to travel with on road trips and camping trips. I purchased this grill with Weber’s 6557 Q Portable Cart and the combination could not be more perfect and stylish, if I must say so myself. Since it is just the wife and I, this grill is perfect for our life style.”


Made from corrosion-resistant materials • Fights against flare-ups • Easily converted to natural gas
Some reviewers said the heat distribution could be better
The KitchenAid two-burner grill brings a lot to the table for a reasonable price, making it a great pick for your money.

6. KitchenAid Two-Burner Grill

KitchenAid fans will be happy to know that the company makes a grill, too — and it’s a great bang for your buck.

  • Number of burners:
    2
  • Warming rack?:
    Yes
  • External side burner?:
    No
  • Total cooking space:
    457 square inches
KitchenAid makes grills, too? How about that. And it’s a good one, too. 
KitchenAid’s two-burner grill is a great bang for your buck — it’s a good size for most outdoor spaces, has a cooking area that stacks up against more expensive options, foldable side shelves, and doesn’t cost nearly as much as other grills of its kind. 
Also, it just looks really great, like most of KitchenAid’s stuff. 
Here’s what one Home Depot reviewer wrote about it:

“I bought this grill because we have an upper and lower outdoor space. All of our outdoor cooking stuff is on the lower patio, and sometimes running the stairs when putting something together for just the family (kitchen is upstairs) is a hassle. I found this little gem and swooped it up. It’s the perfect size for everyday use, doesn’t take up a ton of space, and looks very nice as well! I love it, and was able to put it together pretty easily. Instructions were clear, and it was up and running in no time!”


All the features of the Weber Spirit II E-310 • External burner and extra storage • iGrill app integration
iGrill monitor sold separately
If you have the extra cash to spend on the upgraded version of the Weber Spirit II E-310, this grill will be your best bet.

7. Weber Genesis II E-335

A nice upgrade from the Weber Spirit II E-310, the Genesis II E-335 has all the same great features and then some.

  • Number of burners:
    3
  • Warming rack?:
    Yes
  • External side burner?:
    Yes
  • Total cooking space:
    513 square inches
Not super expensive but also not low-budget by any means, we think the Weber Genesis II E-335 is a good intermediate pick for grillers who want high-quality but don’t want to go overboard.
At its core, it’s really just an upgraded version of the Weber Spirit II E-310 (which took our top spot). It has the app integration, warranty, and great performance, but adds in a nice storage cabinet and an extra side burner. We ultimately thought that the Spirit model was the better pick for your money, but if you have the extra funds, this one certainly has more
One Amazon reviewer writes:

“Weber has always had a great reputation and we are so pleased with the purchase of our Weber Genesis II. The grill heats up quickly and sears meat beautifully, and the temperature is well distributed and easily controlled. We love the high quality stainless look and design plus the warming rack can be dropped down for larger grilling space when not in use. We LOVE this grill and highly recommend it!”

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Prince Andrew under pressure after arrest

With another dramatic development in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal overnight, Prince Andrew has been left “bewildered” over claims he hasn’t offered to co-operate with US police.

The senior royal is being “welcomed” to talk to US authorities after Epstein’s former girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, was arrested and charged with six counts relating to the sexual abuse and trafficking of minors.

“We would welcome Prince Andrew coming in to talk to us,” Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Audrey Strauss said in a media conference overnight.

“Our doors remain open and we would like to hear from him and have the benefit of his statement.”

Andrew has previously claimed he has offered three times to be a witness in the case, but US prosecutors say he has declined their request to schedule an interview.

He has faced a global backlash over his friendship with Epstein, for whom Ms Maxwell is accused of grooming girls as young as 14.

Prince Andrew pictured with Epstein victim Virginia Roberts, with Ghislaine Maxwell. Picture: Shutterstock
media_cameraPrince Andrew pictured with Epstein victim Virginia Roberts, with Ghislaine Maxwell. Picture: Shutterstock

One Epstein victim, Virginia Roberts, has claimed that she had sex with the royal on several occasions.

Prince Andrew has strongly denied the allegations and took part in a car crash TV interview where he claimed he had been at a Pizza Express restaurant on the night Ms Roberts claims they met in a London nightclub.

He has also denied any knowledge of wrongdoing by Jeffrey Epstein or Ghislaine Maxwell.

Prince Andrew has previously spoken about his fondness for Ms Maxwell, saying he had been introduced to Epstein by her.

Despite the renewed calls for him to come forward overnight, sources close to the Prince said they were “bewildered” at the comments.

The sources told several British newspapers that his legal team has “reached out” to lawyers on “a senior level” in the US in the past four weeks but say received no reply.

The source close to Andrew said: “The Duke’s team remains bewildered given that we have twice communicated with the Department of Justice in the last month and to date, we have had no response.”

Prince Andrew has strongly denied any wrongdoing. Picture: Lindsey Parnaby/AFP
media_cameraPrince Andrew has strongly denied any wrongdoing. Picture: Lindsey Parnaby/AFP

Royal author Robert Jobson told the Daily Mail Andrew must now be living in fear that Maxwell will implicate him in the activities of Epstein.

“He keeps protesting his innocence, but her arrest has brought everything more sharply into focus. It is certainly a very worrying development for him,” Jobson said.

“It is obviously a cause for concern for him as nobody knows what she is going to say. She could strike a deal with prosecutors for a lesser sentence in return for implicating others.”

Ms Maxwell was arrested “without incident” in Bedford, New Hampshire at around 8.30am on Thursday, close to the home of her alleged boyfriend, Scott Borgeson.

Ms Maxwell, 58, lived with Epstein for years and was his former girlfriend. An indictment filed in a New York court showed that the charges include conspiracy to entice minors to travel in order to engage in illegal sex acts, transportation of minors for criminal sexual activity and perjury.

Ms Strauss said Ms Maxwell’s arrest was over allegations she helped Jeffrey Epstein sexually assault and abuse multiple minor girls from 1994 to 1997.

Ghislaine Maxwell was the former girlfriend of late financier Jeffrey Epstein. Picture: Laura Cavanaugh and Handout/various sources/AFP
media_cameraGhislaine Maxwell was the former girlfriend of late financier Jeffrey Epstein. Picture: Laura Cavanaugh and Handout/various sources/AFP

“You will recall that the indictment against Jeffrey Epstein charged Epstein with sexual abuse from 2002 through 2005,” she said in a press conference on Thursday. “This case against Ghislaine Maxwell is the prequel to the earlier case.

“Starting in 1994 until at least 1997, Maxwell had a personal and professional relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. Maxwell was among Epstein’s closest associates and helped him exploit girls who were as young as 14 years old,” she alleged.

“Maxwell played a critical role in helping Epstein to identify, befriend and groom minor victims for abuse,” she said adding that Ms Maxwell was also alleged to have participated in the abuse in some cases.

Ms Strauss alleged the pair had a “method” in which “typically” Ms Maxwell would befriend young women by taking them to the movies and shopping, encouraging them to accept Epstein’s offers of travel.

“After developing a rapport with the victims, Maxwell then tried to normalise sexual abuse with a minor victim through a process known as grooming.”

Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Audrey Strauss, said she would welcome Andrew coming forward. Picture: Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP
media_cameraActing United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Audrey Strauss, said she would welcome Andrew coming forward. Picture: Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

She alleged Ms Maxwell would discuss sexual topics with the women and undress in front of them, helping to put them at ease and leaving them “susceptible to sexual abuse”. This abuse included sexualised massages and sexual encounters which she “sometimes participated in” Ms Strauss alleged.

Ms Strauss alleged the couple “worked together” to entice victims to travel to Epstein’s homes in New York City, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Palm Beach, Florida. Some of the abuse is also alleged to have taken place at Maxwell’s home in London.

She “compounded her crimes by repeatedly lying under oath,” Ms Strauss alleged. “Maxwell lied because the truth as alleged, was almost unspeakable.

“Maxwell enticed minor girls, got them to trust her and then delivered them into the trap that she and Epstein had set for them,” she alleged.

“She pretended to be a woman they could trust. All the while she was setting them up to be sexually abused by Epstein and in some cases by Maxwell herself.”

A federal judge in New Hampshire ordered Ms Maxwell to be sent to New York City to face charges.

Originally published as Prince Andrew under pressure after arrest

Blood Moon: ‘Prophecies of the last days’ are before us claims preacher in bizarre warning

“If you know what you’re watching for. Oh no, people need to know what’s going on.”

The Bible’s Book of Joel 2 reads: “I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood and fire and billows of smoke.

“The Sun will be turned to darkness and the Moon to blood before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord.”

The Moon similarly turns red in the Book of Revelation: “And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood.”