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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  Beating the heat was at the top of many people’s minds in the Philadelphia area Saturday. Next week might be the unofficial start of summer, but one step outside will tell a different story. Despite that, many ventured out to soak up the sun, all while trying to beat the heat.  READ MORE: Philadelphia Weather: Heat Advisory In Effect As Temperatures Hit Record Highs On SaturdayCBS3 cams were there as these kids splashed around a sprayground inside Sister Cities Park. Others opted for a cool drink or even a cool treat to combat the stifling scorcher of a Saturday.  Still some we saw didn’t seem to mind the sweat. Some guys got in a workout out front of the Art Museum.  But for most, it was hard to ignore today’s heat. READ MORE: J.M. Smucker Is Recalling Some Jif Peanut Butter Products Due To Salmonella“It definitely went from like winter to summer in an instant,” Caleb Bender said. “There was no spring whatsoever. It was, like, what two weeks ago really cold, I think. And now...
    A BRAINTEASER is challenging viewers to see how quickly they can count all the coffee mugs in a picture - but can you beat the record time? Finding the perfect mug for your hot drink can be tricky - and this mindboggling puzzle is just the same. 2How many mugs do you see in this brainteaser? This picture shows MANY vessels perfect of nurturing an early morning cup of coffee or tea - and you have to count how many you can see. The average time to find all the mugs is 2 minutes 47 seconds but the quickest is 1 minute 54 seconds. A spokesperson from Furniture At Work said brainteasers are a great tool to take time out during the day but keep your mind stimulated. They said: “Taking a break from your working day is incredibly important for wellbeing, and we wanted to provide something to make that all-important tea or coffee break a little more interesting and exciting. Read more BrainteasersWHEELY HARD Are there more wheels or doors? Mind-boggling brainteaser will...
    IF YOU have big boobs and struggle to find outfits that fit you properly, fear not, you’ve come to the right place. Trying to find an outfit that fits perfectly can be a struggle, but thanks to one fashion fan, you won’t have to worry about that any more.  2One fashion fan took to TikTok to share how she made her own DIY jumpsuit out of clothing in her wardrobeCredit: tiktok/@hey.thecloset 2Using a swuimsuit, a pair of trousers and a belt, Claudia made her own glamorous jumpsuit that fit her perfectlyCredit: tiktok/@hey.thecloset One fashion fan named Claudia, also known as ‘Hey.thecloset’ on TikTok, has shared how she made her own jumpsuit, using items she had in her wardrobe, after realising that she wouldn’t fit in one that she had seen online. In just a few simple steps, Claudia shows how she made her own jumpsuit and we have to say, it looks incredible.  Claudia said: “Trust the process. “I saw a really cute jumpsuit online but it was never going to fit my boobs so I looked in my wardrobe...
    A PHOTOGRAPH shows just how good at camouflaging the snow leopard is - with the big cat seamlessly blending in with its surroundings. Australian photographer Bobby-Jo Vial spent three days following the leopard through Kibber National Park, snapping a number of photos along the way - check out the one below and see if you can spot the big cat. 2Can you spot the snow leopard?Credit: BOBBY-JO VIAL / CATERS NEWS Wildlife photographer Bobby-Jo, shared her photos of the snow leopard to Facebook, with commenters quick to remark how hidden the animal was. Snow leopards are certainly masters at camouflage, with the WWF saying:  “Their long fur and less distinctive markings that seem to change shape with body movement make identifying individual snow leopards difficult compared to other big cats like tigers, leopards and jaguars, which have more distinctive markings.” The big cat is currently considered to be a vulnerable species, with the WWF estimating that there could be as few as 4,000 leopards in the wild. The exact number remains unknown as they are a rather elusive animal. MORE...
    An Australian woman has left hundreds in stitches after sharing the cheeky message she didn't realise was hidden in a shirt she bought to wear at work.  Sydney author and journalist Gina Rushton was searching online for some 'office appropriate' clothing and purchased what looked like a normal white button-up shirt with mustard-yellow stripes.  However when it arrived, Gina noticed it had a hidden message reading 'I only go to first base' in the stripes.  Australian writer Gina Rushton didn't realise the shirt she bought intending to wear to the office had a naughty hidden message reading 'I only go to first base'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Pregnant mum Ashy Bines shares the one thing you should... DIY pro reveals how to make a stylish mirror using just... Why it's fashionable to be 'fat' in 2022: How 'size-ism' is... Aussie psychic reveals her predictions for the election and... Share this article Share 'I bought a shirt because I don't have many 'office-appropriate' clothes and I didn't realise it had...
    A PERFECT lawn can be hard to come by, leaving us with endless questions on how to better maintain our grassplots. However, with the right product, any lawn can be transformed into excellence. 4With the right product, any lawn can be transformed into excellenceCredit: Getty 4According to a garden expert, sand is 'inexpensive' and 'easy to maintain'Credit: Getty Reese L. Robbins, a garden guru from Just Pure Gardening, advises: "Sand is a natural product that is available everywhere. "It is inexpensive, easy to obtain, and can be used in various ways." Robbins spoke with Homes & Gardens, about the one simple and affordable item that can help any homeowner's lawn. Sand is great for preventing soil erosion and supplying crucial nutrients to lawns, according to the expert's advice. Read More on GardeningCLEAN DREAM Gardening fans rave about £1 spray which gets mouldy fences looking brand new BLOOMING GOOD I'm a gardening whizz, here’s the exact time of day to water your flowers "It is a beneficial product that can improve the appearance of your lawn and shrubs," Robbins adds. The greenery...
    IF ONE thing's for sure, it's that the Kardashian women know how to leave an impact. None more so than Kim, 41, who's happily loved up with Pete Davidson, 28, while ex-husband Kanye, 44, has been dating a series of lookalikes to fill the gap in his life. 7Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were married for seven years and had four kids togetherCredit: Reuters Just three months after their divorce, the rapper had his first rumored romance with supermodel Irina Shayk, who'd recently split from actor Bradley Cooper. Next up was Instagrammer Venetria at the end of 2021, whose long black hair will look familiar to Kardashian fans, followed by model Yasmine Lopez, 22, another striking brunette with an hourglass figure. In January, Kanye was announced to be dating actress Julia Fox, 31, before moving onto the biggest Kardashian clone of the lot - current squeeze Chaney Jones, 24, yet another social media model. So why DOES the dad-of-four keep going for women who look exactly like his ex Kim? Read more KardashiansFASHION FIX I spent $720 on Kris Jenner’s...
    NASA'S major Mars mission has reached a critical stage in its search for signs of alien life. A six-wheeled robot that's been on the Red Planet for over a year is about to climb an ancient delta where evidence of past life could be hidden. 3Rover will drill for special rock samplesCredit: Nasa 3Mars buddies Perseverance and Ingenuity The Perseverance rover will go on the hunt for rock samples it believes could hold the crucial answer, using a drill. It'll then head back down, dropping off the pieces at the base for collection on a later mission. Space experts hope to bring back the samples to Earth for study sometime in the 2030s. Much of Nasa's work has centred on a part of Mars known as the Jezero Crater, where Perseverance arrived in February 2021. Read more about MarsE.T.’S HOME SWEET HOME? Alien hunters spot 'secret doorway' in rocks on Mars So far, it has mainly been carrying out tests, along with its helicopter pal Ingenuity. Scientists have to be sure about where they intend to grab samples, as they...
    Joe Rogan floated a wild story of the Australian government working to outlaw growing your own food and then promptly realized the story was fake during a recent episode of his podcast. During last Thursday’s episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, he said to guest author Hotep Jesus, “You know, I wanna find out what this is, but I read something briefly and I didn’t get into the article, but they were saying that they were trying to pass a bill that would outlaw you growing your own food in Australia.” “I think it was New South Wales. Someone was trying to pass a law that won’t allow you to grow your own food,” Rogan explained, later adding, “And they were saying, ‘Whoa, you could grow your own food. And what else? The disease was from your food. It infects, the population kills us off. Oh, we can’t have that.'” Jesus went on to fault authorities who “pulled that, that card,” prompting Rogan to guess that they would justify the move by citing “agricultural contamination.” “I mean, you could justify it,...
    A 35-stone woman who can't fit in her own bath is desperately fundraising £5,000 for a gastric bypass op abroad - as she fears she'll die waiting for surgery on the NHS. Laura Davies says she's “always been big” but started piling on the pounds when she started taking a new medication and ballooned from a size 22 to a size 32 in just four years. 4Laura Davies tips the scales at 35 stone and is hoping to fly to Turkey for a gastric bypass operationCredit: Kennedy News The 38-year-old can barely walk due to her huge frame, relying on her mum and 16-year-old daughter to help her around the house. Laura admits to gorging on crisps and chocolate to cheer her up when she's down and says doctors have warned her if she doesn't do something to tackle her weight she could die young. The mum-of-three previously followed a healthy fitness plan and dropped 3.5 stone in preparation for an NHS op in 2019. But when the surgery was cancelled she piled the weight back on and a future...
    A RARE 2016 Jefferson nickel has sold online for $136.Though it may seem odd for someone to pay more than five cents for a nickel, we reveal what exactly made this coin worth some extra cash. 2This coin is cherished among collectors because it is an error coin This coin is cherished among collectors because it's an error piece. Errors happen when the mint incorrectly manufactures a piece. The 2016 Jefferson Nickel featuring a P (Philadelphia) mintmark has two of them. The first and most obvious one that you will find on this coin is the strike-through error. Read More on CoinsSPARE CHANGE Rare Roosevelt dime sells for $115 onlineSPARE CHANGE Rare dollar coin sells for $7,800 If you are unfamiliar with strike-through errors, Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC) explains that "[strike] throughs occur when a piece of foreign material comes between the die and a planchet during striking." The strike-through on this coin goes from Jefferson's ear all the way to the edge of the coin. The other error that you can find on this 2016 Jefferson Nickel is the...
    Pete Buttigieg said the baby formula shortage is affecting him and his husband Chasten as they have had to 'root around' and talk to friends out of state to get food for their nine-month old twins. The transportation secretary said their twins - Penelope Rose and Joseph August Buttigieg - are 'completely reliant' on formula.  'Like millions of Americans we've had to root around find different solutions. Spend more time clicking and clicking online - even get in touch with relatives out of state. We're okay we've figured it out at least for now,' he told Sirius XM.  'But I think a lot about the situation for parents who don't have the time or don't have a car, don't have the money to be able to from from store to store to store looking for solutions,' he added.  Pete Buttigieg said the baby formula shortage is affecting him and his husband Chasten as they have had to 'root around' for food for their twins The FDA on Friday announced it was working to streamline a process that will get more products to...
    AN Aldi super fan has revealed how customers can use their cellphone to help them save money at the store. Shoppers that have the Aldi store app on their iPhone or Android device can access a series of perks. 2Aldi shoppers can see the latest bargains on the store's appCredit: Alamy 2There are a series of perks on the app that customers can accessCredit: Alamy It can be downloaded for free via the Apple or Google Play Store. Shoppers will be able to find weekly ads on the app where they can see low-cost items. Customers will also be able to see the latest Aldi Finds – which are products that are sold for a limited time only. Shoppers can stay up-to-date regarding the new products that are hitting the shelves. read more on aldifast & the furious I’m an Aldi worker - one customer's cheeky request left me in disbeliefON QUEUE I work at Aldi - there's one weekday we all dread being in, people line up outside The app also includes features such as a store locator...
    SOMETIMES getting your partner to share the chores with you around the house might feel like a job in itself.  However, one mum has managed to find just the trick to get her partner helping more.  3A TikTok user has revealed a trick to getting her partner to change the loo rollCredit: Tiktok/@carinabesteiros 3She uses a £10 note to help encourage himCredit: Tiktok/@carinabesteiros And there is one place, which many Brits will recognise, where her partner struggles to get the job done - which is changing the loo roll around once it is finished.  Demonstrating how it’s done in the video, shared with her 36.2k followers, the mum writes: “I put £10 to see if my partner is going to change the toilet paper roll when it runs out.” She then shows herself wrapping a £10 note around the holder, before placing the loo roll over the top of it. Many people went to the comments section to express their thoughts.  Most read in LifestyleSHOPPING BUST I’ve got big boobs and shopping is a total nightmare - even a large...
    by Casey Harper   A new labor market survey found that a majority of employers, particularly restaurants, still cannot find enough workers. The new report from Alignable said that 83% of restaurants can’t find enough workers. Overall, the report found that “63% of all small business employers can’t find the help they need, after a year of an ongoing labor shortage.” “Drilling into the most recent data on key sectors and demographic groups, the picture is even more disturbing,” the survey said. “Hiring issues have worsened again for key sectors, including restaurants, travel/lodging, event management, construction, and the automotive industry. Plus, minority business owners, as well as veterans, are experiencing elevated staffing problems.” The Alignable survey comes as federal data show a record-high roughly 11.5 million job openings in the U.S., nearly two jobs for every unemployed person. Experts say a range of federal regulatory and economic policies have made the problem worse. “Employers are struggling across all industries,” said Rachel Greszler, an economic expert at the Heritage Foundation. “The Administration’s policies contributed to these struggles and they’re making it worse. The combination...
    A STARBUCKS barista has expressed her annoyance with customers who request a change to one of the chain's menu items. Danielle Sanchez, the barista, explained in a TikTok video that the swap is apparently not something they would normally do. 2Danielle Sanchez made a TikTok video expressing her frustration with a swap requested by Starbucks customersCredit: TIKTOK/ thehighbarista 2She said she wants to know who is allowing the customers to make the changeCredit: Getty Images In the TikTok video, Sanchez said she got back-to-back requests from customers who wanted to change the ingredients of Starbucks' premade breakfast sandwiches. “I need to know which Starbucks baristas are replacing the meats on the sandwiches," she says. "I had two different customers today ask if they could swap the sausage, egg, and cheddar — the sausage on there — for bacon, like it was something that we would normally do. "So whoever’s allowing this, please don’t,” Sanchez said in the video. READ MORE IN LIFESTYLECOFFEE-THON I worked at Starbucks – the cheap fast-food coffees which taste just as...
    SENIORS could be in line for larger Social Security checks next year – but it might not be as great for claimants as it sounds. New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics this week showed that the inflation rate surged in April to 8.3%, slightly lower than the previous month’s 8.5%.  1Seniors have now lost 40% of their buying power over the past two decades plus As a result, The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) is tweaking its 2023 cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to 8.6%. That means checks are set to rise on average by $143 per month to $1,800 from $1,657.  And the maximum benefit would jump to about $4,555, or by $361 per month. The COLA each year aims to protect seniors’ Social Security benefits by giving them a raise to offset price increases. READ MORE ON COLAOUT OF CASH Why Social Security claimants shouldn't expect another COLA raise this yearPAY DAY $4,567 checks to land in just five months - find out how to get one The adjustment is normally revealed by the Social Security Administration in the fall – meaning a lot can change between...
    WHAT you initially see in this optical illusion reveals what people first notice about you - and it could mean you're intense. The interesting image puts the emphasis on first impressions, uncovering your traits based on what your eyes are drawn to first. 2This incredible illusion claims to reveal people's first impressions of youCredit: Oleg Shupliak The baffling brainteaser was created by artist Oleg Shupliak, who is famed for morphing hidden illusions into his paintings. It can be interpreted in numerous different ways by illusion enthusiasts, with many observing a different element first. The face of a glaring figure is the rudimentary noticeable feature, while a musician smoking a pipe and a horse are also included. The somber painting is also set on a gloomy hilltop, with a lone tree leaning over the man. read more on optical illusionsSTEP TO IT Mind-boggling illusion stumps viewers - is the object going up or down stairs?EYE CAN'T DO IT Optical illusion uses trick that makes it IMPOSSIBLE to solve simple puzzle But which of the trifecta did you look...
    The Queen’s Corgis are almost as recognisable as the the monarch herself, having owned more than 30 dogs throughout her life.  To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, online casino Casumo has created a rather royal puzzle to see if you can spot the her Majesty's favourite dog breed. The royal, 96, Majesty currently owns two Corgis, Fergus and Muick, a Dorgi named Candy; and most recently added a cocker spaniel named Lissy to her parade of pets.  Scroll down for reveal  To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on June 2, Casumo has created a rather Royal puzzle to see if you can spot the Queen’s favourite dog breed She is also know for her unusual and quirky choice in dog names such as ‘Disco’ and ‘Bisto Oxo’ over the years. To commemorate the Queen’s love for corgis, this puzzle will put your observation skills to the test to see if you can find the royal favourite.  The corgi is hiding in the collage of other dogs with coats of a similar colour, making him extra tricky to spot.  RELATED ARTICLES...
    BOLINGBROOK, Ill. (WLS) -- The nursing shortage is impacting all areas of nursing, including home care.Some medically fragile kids can't leave hospitals without nursing care at home, and a local nursing company said they are having to turn away families daily.SEE ALSO | Roseland Community Hospital pleads for help amid nursing shortage: 'Always a struggle'Meet Jamell, a micro preemie who was born weighing just over a pound and is now 21 months old. While he's come a long way, he requires 24/7 care for now. Jamell can only be home with the help of a private duty nurses to monitor his health and equipment constantly."Having that nurse here, having that extra help," said Adraniece Johnson, his mother, "having that skillset for questions that I don't know the answers to."Donnelle Cramer has been one of Jamell's day nurses since he came home."Within the first month that he was home, you could just see the difference in him already," Cramer said.And now, Cramer said he's made even more progress."He's very active," she said. "He grabs everything and anything.""It's not just about work...