Farmer Boys operates nearly 100 locations in California, Arizona and Nevada, serving farm-fresh food in a fast-casual setting, per an about page. From there, an undisclosed number of entrants will be chosen for ink at The Honorable Society in West Hollywood and Rockin Ink Tattoo in Las Vegas. After that, the superfans can score a free burger a week for 52 weeks, according to promotion rules. "We are celebrating this milestone by offering our Superfans the opportunity to pay homage to Farmer Boys and get free burgers for a year! The first Farmer Boys opened its doors in 1981 in Perris, Calif., and business has boomed ever since, according to company history.
April 19, 2021 15:38 UTC
"Southern Charm" star Madison LeCroy has a boyfriend after she was embroiled in an alleged cheating scandal Alex Rodriguez. The reality TV star, 30, kept details about her mystery man under wraps but did confirm she's in a relationship. ALEX RODRIGUEZ, 'SOUTHERN CHARM' STAR MADISON LECROY HAVE 'NEVER MET' DESPITE ROMANCE RUMORSDuring the Bravo show's reunion special, host Andy Cohen asked LeCroy if she had hooked up with "a very famous, married ex-MLB player," per the New York Post. Fellow "Southern Charm" star Craig Conover, however, alleged that LeCroy had spoken to the mysterious athlete and had a sexual encounter over video chat. WHO IS 'SOUTHERN CHARM' STAR MADISON LECROY?
April 19, 2021 15:30 UTC
Rozier knew the Hornets needed a win as they fight to earn a top-six seed in the playoffs and avoid a play-in game situation. The Hornets charged to an early lead, building a 43-18 lead in the first quarter behind 17 points on 7-of-8 shooting from Rozier. Rozier, despite the focus of the Blazers defense, also had six assists in the quarter, meaning he either scored or assisted on 31 of Charlotte's 44 first quarter points. As a team, Charlotte shot 77.3% in the opening quarter with Rozier and Bridges combining to go 6 of 6 from 3-point range. But the Blazers battled back and cut the lead to nine with 3 1/2 minutes remaining behind four forth-quarter 3-pointers from Anthony.
April 19, 2021 15:22 UTC
AdvertisementStory continues below advertisementThe health agencies “operated independently of each other without coordinating their efforts at March Air Reserve Base,” the GAO concluded. The resulting confusion meant health officials were still scrambling to make key decisions when hundreds of Wuhan returnees began arriving at March Air Reserve Base, GAO auditors determined. The confusion led to safety failures at the base, the GAO said, with the watchdog faulting health officials for “inconsistent use” of protective equipment when working with the Wuhan evacuees. Defense Department officials at the base also experienced “confusion and frustration” in trying to coordinate with health officials, the GAO said. AdvertisementA former health official said the GAO report was further evidence of the fumbled response to the early coronavirus outbreak.
April 19, 2021 15:03 UTC
Earth Day is this week (April 22nd, 2021). TURIN, ITALY - APRIL 22: Two girls with an "Earth Day" sign and a geographic map looking out from ... [+] the balcony for Legambiente's Flashmob Earth Day during Earth Day on April 22, 2020 in Turin, Italy. (Photo by Stefano Guidi/Getty Images) Getty ImagesOne of those perspectives was inspired by a story on the CBS program “60 Minutes” last night. (Photo by Victoria Jones/PA Images via Getty Images) PA Images via Getty ImagesEarth Day also challenges us to think about our interconnectedness. Hopefully, this Earth Day you will reflect on more than the trees, ice caps, and climate patterns.
April 19, 2021 15:00 UTC
But that window is narrow, with the Lakers playing in Orlando on April 26 and back in Los Angeles for a game against Sacramento on April 30, and it is complicated by coronavirus protocols at the White House and in the NBA. James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were the most recent NBA champions to visit the White House in November 2016, when President Barack Obama entertained them on the same day that he met with the newly elected Donald Trump. Story continues below advertisementFor the Toronto Raptors, who beat the Warriors in the 2019 Finals, a White House visit was “a hard no,” Danny Green, then with team, said. Story continues below advertisementSome members of the Kansas City Chiefs, who won the Super Bowl just as the pandemic was taking root in February 2020, expressed excitement for a White House visit. White House press secretary Jen Psaki reiterated that in February, adding that the Lakers and Buccaneers would receive invitations “when it’s covid safe.”AdvertisementBecause of the pandemic, the Lakers have not celebrated the franchise’s 17th championship with a parade.
April 19, 2021 14:39 UTC
Controversial YouTube personality Jake Paul knocked out former UFC fighter Ben Askren in their boxing match Saturday, but Pete Davidson packed the funniest punch lines. The “Saturday Night Live” comedian’s unfiltered commentary about the bout on the Triller Fight Club’s pay-per-view event was championship caliber. “Why isn’t he in jail?” Davidson asked, saying he had a “message to the kids”: “He is a piece of shit.”Pete Davidson & Ben Askren Bonding Over How Much Jake Paul’s A Terrible Person! (@SFTYNetwork) April 18, 2021Davidson apparently went one step too far when he asked Paul a question that was muted by the broadcast. Some viewers guessed that Davidson asked him about the sexual assault allegations raised against him by TikTok star Justine Paradise.
April 19, 2021 14:37 UTC
Yermín Mercedes opened Chicago’s three-run fourth inning with a long homer, and the White Sox completed a sweep of their split-admission doubleheader against the Boston Red Sox on Sunday with a 5-1 victory. Lucas Giolito (1-0, 2.55 ERA) is slated to go for the White Sox against Nathan Eovaldi (2-1, 2.08). "It's a body check to get back mentally," White Sox manager Tony La Russa said of the early start. Back wearing their traditional white uniforms with red letters and numbers in the nightcap, the Red Sox lost for the third time in four games after their nine-game winning streak. Red Sox: Catcher Christian Vázquez was back in the lineup after two games off.
April 19, 2021 14:37 UTC
The soft cotton that once went into making flour sacks is what the photographer Pauline Stevens has selected for her vibrant collection of kitchen towels decorated with her food-focused photographs. Each is also printed with a literary quotation or a recipe for a dish, a drink or a sauce, most well-suited for Mother’s Day giving. Red Bird’s House Towels, $24.95; Mother’s Day set, $49.90, free shipping with the purchase of two or more, redbirdshouse.com. Follow NYT Food on Twitter and NYT Cooking on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. Get regular updates from NYT Cooking, with recipe suggestions, cooking tips and shopping advice.
April 19, 2021 14:37 UTC
It’s a new week filled with new recipes and the joy of discovering older ones, and if I generally meet Mondays with a kind of empty sorrow — the weekend gone and still no newsroom into which to travel, another day at home at the same desk in the same empty room — this day, I’m elated. Melissa Clark greets the season this week with her recipe for rhubarb cobbler (above). Speaking of tricks, Rachel Wharton wrote a fascinating article this week, about the magical properties of hot water in the creation of doughs and pastries. Three recipes come with it: for a samosa pie; for handvo, a savory vegetable semolina bread from the Indian state of Gujarat; and for the Chinese scallion pancakes known as chung yul bang. And Yotam Ottolenghi addresses the leek, one of the biggest stars of the allium family, with a delightful recipe for a leek and lentil stew that you’ll maybe want to make once a week for a time.
April 19, 2021 14:30 UTC
Former President Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity the situation along the southern border "could destroy our country" during his first on-camera interview since leaving the White House. It’s a horrible situation, could destroy our country," Trump told Hannity, in an interview that airs Monday night at 9:00 p.m. There’s never been anything like what’s happened at our border," Trump continued. Hannity also asked the former president if Republicans seeking House and Senate seats in 2022 should run on the "Make America Great Again" agenda. "If you want to win and win big, you have to do that.
April 19, 2021 14:26 UTC
SAN DIEGO — In April there is no red, white and blue bunting hanging anywhere quite yet, but you could have fooled San Diego’s most enthusiastic baseball fans over the weekend. They streamed into the Gaslamp Quarter and Petco Park clothed in brown and mustard, limited only by their imaginations. Baseball’s most anticipated rivalry in 2021 — the dominating, blue-blooded Los Angeles Dodgers and the class-climbing, blue-collar San Diego Padres — began with a 12-inning bang on Friday; continued with a thriller on Saturday that culminated in a diving, fully extended, game-saving catch in center field by the Dodgers’ Mookie Betts; and played through the Padres’ stirring three-run eighth to avoid a sweep on Sunday. The clubs move north to Dodger Stadium for four more games beginning on Thursday and, if the rest of their 16 games play out as the weekend’s did, it is going to be some kind of fun.
April 19, 2021 14:18 UTC
Going forward, corporate divestitures may be driven by financial distress as Covid-19 relief funding tapers off, according to several deal makers interviewed by Mergermarket. That sale alone marked a larger value than every quarter in the last 15 years except for the second quarter of 2007. However, the number of companies rated B- or lower with a negative outlook by S&P Global is increasing, Belenky said, a signal that distressed companies are out there and may soon look to transact. The surge comes as the U.S. had an active quarter for M&A overall and record-breaking deal values. The first three months of the year saw 1,595 deals for total value of $563.2 billion, compared with 1,708 deals for $554 billion last quarter, according to Mergermarket data.
April 19, 2021 14:15 UTC
De’Aaron Fox had 30 points and 12 rebounds, Harrison Barnes scored 24 and Terence Davis II added 23 as the Sacramento Kings snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 121-107 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday night. Barnes scored 11 in the third quarter as the Kings built a 21-point lead midway through the period. Luka Doncic scored 37 points, 22 in the fourth quarter, for the Mavericks, who dropped their fourth straight home game. Dorian Finney-Smith scored 22 points, one short of his season high, and Jalen Brunson added 20 off the bench. Instead, Sacramento scored the first eight points and, while, threatened later on, never trailed.
April 19, 2021 14:03 UTC
A protective husband in North Carolina leapt into action to save his wife from a rabid bobcat in a wild, viral video. Moving to place a tray of brownies in the backseat, wife Kristi Wade made her way to the passenger’s side – when a wild animal released a screech. Kristi screamed, as a small bobcat lunged and pounced at her back in their driveway. WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS PROFANITYRushing to her side, the man grabbed the lynx with his bare hands and screamed "Oh my God, it’s a bobcat! he screamed and drew a handgun from his pocket, as the wild cat dashed beneath his car.
April 19, 2021 14:03 UTC