Bly Manor’s Carla Gugino Is The Worst Wedding Guest of All Time

If you’ve already finished The Haunting of Bly Manor there’s a good chance your heart has been broken by Carla Gugino. The revelation of this mysterious woman’s identity and why she’s attending a wedding alone is one of the saddest finales of the year. But for all the tears and gasps Gugino has caused, there’s something we need to address: she is an absolutely terrible wedding guest. Major spoilers ahead.

Much like its source material, The Turn of the Screw, The Haunting of Bly Manor begins with a stranger telling a ghost story. Yet by the season’s end it’s clear that this woman is anything but a stranger. Carla Gugino plays an older version of Jamie, Bly Manor’s gardener who slowly falls in love with Dani (Victoria Pedretti), the estate’s governess. As we get to know Jamie and Dani more the context of this stranger telling her tale changes. Over

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Microsoft Hones Edge in Time for Holiday Shopping | Internet

Given the pandemic, we are likely to have a new record for online shopping this year. The combination of concerns about COVID-19 and the continued shut down of brick and mortar stores, particularly big-box stores, will push a record number of us to shop online.

In anticipation of this move, Microsoft has aggressively updated its new Chromium version of the Edge browser with several features that should help you find gifts and save money while remaining far safer while on the web.

Let’s talk about these improvements to Edge this week, and we’ll close with a new notebook computer from Gateway, which appears to have the near-perfect blend of size, price, and performance for our new COVID-19 normal.

Price Comparison

I tend to live on Amazon, but even during Prime days I’m never sure if I’m honestly getting a great deal or not. But comparison shopping is a pain in

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Couple gets married for second time after husband’s dementia caused him to forget their first wedding

A couple have tied the knot for the second time after the husband, who suffers from dementia, forgot their first wedding.



a woman standing in front of a cake: Bill and Anne Duncan on their second wedding August 2019. (Anne Duncan/SWNS)


Bill and Anne Duncan on their second wedding August 2019. (Anne Duncan/SWNS)

Bill Duncan, 72, proposed to wife, Anne, 70, because he was convinced she was his new girlfriend.

The couple have been together for nearly 20 years, and married for 13, but Bill has forgotten parts of their life together due to his illness.

Anne told how her husband repeatedly asked to her to marry him, until she eventually agreed to get married for a second time in an emotional garden ceremony at their home in Aberdeen.

She told the Real Fix podcast that despite being married for years, their second wedding meant the couple got to enjoy the “honeymoon period” all over again.

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Couple gets married for second time after husband with dementia forgot first wedding

A couple have tied the knot for the second time after the husband, who suffers from dementia, forgot their first wedding.

Bill Duncan, 72, proposed to wife, Anne, 70, because he was convinced she was his new girlfriend.

The couple have been together for nearly 20 years, and married for 13, but Bill has forgotten parts of their life together due to his illness.

Anne told how her husband repeatedly asked to her to marry him, until she eventually agreed to get married for a second time in an emotional garden ceremony at their home in Aberdeen.

She told the Real Fix podcast that despite being married for years, their second wedding meant the couple got to enjoy the “honeymoon period” all over again.

Read more: Grandson creates ‘water sweets’ to prevent dehydration after caring for grandmother with dementia

Bill and Anne Duncan on their first wedding day in 2007.

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Sifan Hassan sets new European women’s 10,000m record beating Paula Radcliffe time

Sifan Hassan
Hassan won double gold at the World Championships in Doha last year

Sifan Hassan has set a new European record for the women’s 10,000m, beating Paula Radcliffe’s 2002 mark by more than 24 seconds in the Netherlands.

The Dutchwoman, 27, who won 1500m and 10,000m gold at the World Championships in Doha last year, clocked 29 minutes 36.67 seconds in rainy conditions.

Briton Radcliffe timed 30:01.09 at the 2002 European Championships in Munich.

Only seven other women have been below the 30-minute mark, and Hassan becomes the first European to do so.

Despite the pacing assistance of the new Wavelight technologyexternal-link built into the track in Hengelo, conditions proved too difficult for the Ethiopian-born athlete to challenge the world record.

That remains with Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana, who clocked 29:17.45 when winning gold at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

“I am so happy to have run a new European record,

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What channel is the French Open on today? Time, TV schedule, live stream to watch 2020 women’s tennis final

The final Grand Slam event of the year concludes in Saturday’s French Open women’s final between Poland’s Iga Swiatek and the United States’ Sofia Kenin.

Kenin advanced to her first French Open final after beating seventh-seeded Petra Kvitova in straight sets of Thursday’s semifinals action. Kenin (4-seed) was the highest seeded American in the tournament in a field led by 2018 tournament-winner Simona Halep. 2019 champion Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka did not particpate in the 2020 French Open. Kenin, just 21 years old, is seeking her second major title after winning the 2020 Australian Open where she defeated Garbiñe Muguruza.

Swiatek reached the final by besting Nadia Podoroska in the semis. She also upset Halep in straight sets during the fourth round. The 19-year-old has never reached a Grand Slam final before Saturday. Her best performance came in the 2020 Australian Open where she reached the fourth round, losing

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Oh, Hey! Time to Start Thinking About All the Great Fashion Deals You’ll Score on Prime Day

Photo credit: Jeremy Moeller - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jeremy Moeller – Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

There has been a LOT happening in the news cycle lately, so if you didn’t already know, consider this your reminder that Amazon Prime Day is coming up next week—on October 13 and 14 to be exact. And exactly like last year, it’ll be two full days (instead of just one) with slashed prices on tons of things, from home decor and fashion to sex toys, tech devices, and beauty buys.

More specifically, it’ll start at 3 a.m. if you *really* want to get a jump on the deals before anyone else even wakes up. Also this year, the e-tailer is starting things off with special discounts (like 40 percent off Amazon’s own fashion brands) exclusively for Prime members, too! (How nice, right?)

If you’re familiar with the now two-day shopping extravaganza, then you know that with lightning deals, there

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When the time is right: Schools discuss data behind potential learning model shifts

Lutz said he hopes to clarify the decision-making process for area residents.

In the past few days, Lutz said he has received a number of questions and concerns from area families as to why the school has not yet switched learning models, as the current Beltrami County case numbers per 10,000 now seem to warrant it.

Data points

“What I’m hearing is people wanting to know what and when we’re going to move into the new model because the numbers are there, and why we haven’t done so yet,” he said. “The answer to that is first of all, we can’t rely on just one number, one data point. Even if we had only one data point, that data point would have to be the numbers that the Minnesota Department of Health hands out for schools, and that number comes out every Thursday.”

The numbers given to schools from the

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French Open 2020 Women’s Semifinal: TV Schedule, Start Time, Live-Stream Info | Bleacher Report

Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic plays a shot against Germany's Laura Siegemund in the quarterfinal match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

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The 2020 French Open women’s semifinals feature a unique combination of top championship contenders and unexpected title threats.

On one side of the draw, Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin will take on two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova. On the other side, a pair of unseeded players, Iga Swiatek and Nadia Podoroska, are each making their first appearance in a Grand Slam semifinal.

Let’s check out all of the key details for Thursday’s action at Roland Garros. That’s followed by predictions on who will advance to Saturday’s tournament final.

              

Viewing Information

Where: Stade Roland Garros in Paris

When: Thursday, Oct. 8, at 9 a.m. ET

Watch: Tennis Channel (9 a.m. ET) and NBC (11 a.m. ET)

Live Stream: Tennis Channel Plus and NBC Sports Live

           

Match Predictions

First Semifinal: Iga Swiatek vs. Nadia Podoroska

It typically takes seven straight wins to win a major

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