When an artist found herself isolated at home during the pandemic, she spentthe time dressing up her dog to recreate famous pieces, gaining thousands offans in the process. Eliza Reinhardt, 25 from Texas, and three-year-old Finntook part in the Getty Museum Challenge in May, which invited art lovers torecreate a piece using objects they found at home. However, the pair foundthey enjoyed it so much, they have done it every weekday since – recreatingmany famous pieces and gaining legions of fans for their work. The duo nowalso sell postcards and calendars of their work. Ms Reinhardt became a “full-time dog mother” to three-year-old Finn after she lost her job in March. Shehad been working at a museum and interning at a gallery but with both forcedto close she wanted to find a way to channel her creativity.
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The Great State of Texas is staggering under the weight of surging coronavirus cases and deaths. Morgues in Texas are overflowing, and the National Guard has been sent to El Paso to process bodies. Across the state, thousands are lining up for food rations. But the nightmarish conditions haven't stopped the state's Republican senator from keeping his Thanksgiving holiday plans on track. Business Insider reports Sen.
Excited villagers of Thulasenthirapuram in Tiruvarur district, the ancestral village of US Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris, gathered to watch the US presidential poll results. So far, democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading Donald Trump in electoral votes. "She's a big inspiration. The younger generation understands the significance of her win in the world's biggest economy," said a native. Harris is the first Indian-American to be elected district attorney of San Francisco, the first South Asian American to become a US senator and if elected on November 3, she will be the first person of Indian descent to hold a major political office in the United States. A candidate needs 270 or more electoral votes to win presidency.
Former San Francisco district attorney Kimberly Guilfoyle has refashioned herself as a female version of President Donald Trump. Now, she's a conservative influencer for legions of female Trump supporters and is dating President Donald Trump's oldest son, Donald Trump Jr. According to Business Insider, Guilfoyle got everyone talking with her speech at the virtual Republican National Convention in August.
Gizmodo reports San Francisco and Alameda counties in California have stopped using Verily to test for the novel coronavirus. Google's health-centered sister company launched a $55 million pilot COVID-19 testing program earlier this year to set up mobile and stationary test sites. However, Verily’s services weren’t geared towards filling the needs of communities especially vulnerable to the pandemic.