Loved ones remember woman killed by falling man in East Village
Taylor Kahle, who was killed over the weekend by the man who jumped from an East Village parking structure and landed on her was remembered by loved ones yesterday. Taylor was a native San Diegan and a graduate of SDSU. She also worked for McFarlane Promotions for nearly a decade. Friends say she was “an incredible person” who will be sorely missed. A memorial has been set up at the intersection where it happened. There are flowers, photos and cards. A celebration of life for Taylor will be planned in the coming weeks.
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A Single-pill treatment for COVID-19 could be available this year.
Pfizer is currently testing it. The pill could be prescribed “at the first sign of infection” without requiring critical care or hospitalization.And in related news, UCSD plans to resume the use of the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine after the FDA lifted the temporary pause on it last week.
Now that a lot of people are vaccination, many are anxious to get back to normal life which means moms are going to enjoy an extra special Mother’s Day
If predictions are accurate, moms will be more spoiled than ever before. Americans are projected to spend more than $28 billion this year. That’s a $1.4 billion increase over last year. The reason why is due to increased optimism, some extra stimulus money, and "a chance to make up for last year's Mother's Day when we were under lockdown.” So on the average, people are going to spend about $220 on mom with jewelry and electronics being the hot items this year.
Brace Yourself, we may have chicken wing shortage on our hands!
Thanks to the winter storms that hit Texas earlier this year, it looks like we’re headed for a chicken wing shortage. Industry insiders say prices are skyrocketing in a big way, up from about $1.10 per pound last year to $3 per pound today.