Metro Detroit woman brings spa treatments to clients amid pandemic
DETROIT – The stress of the coronavirus pandemic has almost everyone looking for ways to relax. That’s why one Metro Detroit woman decided she was going to bring relaxation to her clients in the safest way possible. “I turned to God and He gave it to me.”She purchased an RV and with her partner, they transformed it into a mobile spa. She spent $40,000 putting Spa Land Mobile Spa together -- an idea Ali had been talking about for years. I’m so proud of myself.”If you’d like to book a session or learn more, visit the official Spa Land Mobile Spa website here.
F1 season to start in Bahrain after Australian GP postponed
The start of the 2021 Formula One season has been delayed after the Australian Grand Prix was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Alberto Saiz,File)LONDON – The start of the Formula One season has been delayed a week and will start in Bahrain after the Australian Grand Prix was postponed from March to November because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Australian race in Melbourne, initially set to open the season on March 21, has been rescheduled to Nov. 21 with F1 organizers citing “the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19”. The Chinese Grand Prix has also been postponed but no new date has been set for the race. The season will start with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 28 at Sakhir, less than four months after the same venue held two races as part of the 2020 season.
Michigan COVID restrictions: MDHHS issues clarification for cosmetology, barbering
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) issued a clarification about face masks being required at cosmetology and barbering facilities. MDHHS is stressing that such personal care facilities -- hair salons, barbers, spas, facial boutiques, etc. -- must require clients to wear a face mask at all times. If a face mask cannot be worn, the service cannot be provided at this time. Read more from the CDC: Wearing of face masks while on public conveyances and at stations, ports, and similar transportation hubs
U.S. job postings rise to 6.6 million in July
The Labor Department said Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020, that the number of U.S. job postings on the last day of July rose to 6.6 million from 6 million at the end of June. The Labor Department said Wednesday that the number of U.S. job postings on the last day of July rose to 6.6 million from 6 million at the end of June. A year earlier, employers posted 7.2 million job openings. The government reported last Friday that the U.S. economy generated 1.4 million new jobs in August, down from 1.7 million in July and 4.8 million in June. The job listing website Indeed reports that job postings in late August were running 20% below a year earlier.
Charles Leclerc secures pole in Belgium
Charles Leclerc of Monaco driving the (16) Scuderia Ferrari SF90 on track during qualifying for the F1 Grand Prix of Belgium at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on Aug. 31, in Spa, Belgium. Charles Leclerc drove brilliantly to earn pole position for the third time in his fledgling career, with teammate Sebastian Vettel qualifying in second to secure a front row lockout for the Italian manufacturer in Belgium. The Brit paid tribute to the team in his garage that managed to get his car race ready so quickly. I was trying to pay them back with a good qualifying session," he said. It's the second time this season Ferrari has had a front row lockout; in Bahrain, Leclerc was denied certain victory when his car lost power with just a few laps remaining.
Formula One returns: Can anyone catch Lewis Hamilton?
(CNN) - Much like a Red Bull pit stop, it feels as though this year's Formula One summer break has been and gone in the blink of an eye. "It's a complicated situation for them," Jean-Eric Vergne, former Ferrari test driver and current Formula E world champion, told CNN. Criticism leveled at Formula One for becoming a Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes procession is not unfounded, though the races in Hungary, Germany, Britain and Austria were anything but. Max Verstappen in the Red Bull was their nearest challenger but still almost an entire second slower than Leclerc. Vergne believes that while Ferrari is Mercedes' biggest threat, Verstappen is the individual on the grid Hamilton should fear most.