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BTS members J-Hope, Suga & V scored Top-10 hits on the sales chart

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At present, BTS is currently on the low, due to the coronavirus outbreak. After releasing a classic album like Map of the Soul: 7, the ARMY was crushed to know that the four scheduled concerts in Korea were cancelled due to COVID-19. However, the band members are still trying to be in touch with BTS ARMYs.

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In this article, we will be discussing BTS members Suga, J-Hope and V, who have topped the top-10 with their soli singles. Recently, BTS member V released a new single “Sweet Night” and notably it has managed to beat two of the biggest names in the American market —  is one of three new singles that will start off their time inside the top 10 on the Digital Song Sales chart.

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Whereas, last year, on September 27, 2019, J-Hope released the song “Chicken Noodle Soup” featuring American singer Becky G. J-Hope is the first name to land a hit as both a solo performer and a member of a group, as he has previously sent several BTS tunes onto the Pop Digital Song Sales chart. “Chicken Noodle Soup” was the fifth K-pop track to break into the top 10 on the Pop Digital Song Sales chart.

Also, BTS’ Suga released “Suga’s Interlude” on December 6, 2019, along with American singer Halsey. As evidenced by the Digital Song Sales Chart, “Suga’s Interlude” leaped from position 41 to position ten in just one week. The track was featured on Halsey’s album Manic and was delivered before the set dropped, becoming something of a promotional single.

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“Winter Flower” is technically Korean singer Younha’s track — RM’s vocals and lyrics give the ARMY a hint at where BTS is headed in this new Map of Soul 7. RM has also reached the Digital Song Sales chart, but he didn’t make it to the top 10.

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Dispatches From the Gender Gap: Work-From-Home Moms in the Time of Coronavirus

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“Mommy…are you gonna go to yoga?” It was when her 11-year-old son asked her when she planned on leaving the house again, “after five treacherous days of sheltering in place with a husband and three kids,” that Roxana Orbegoso, a physician in Scottsdale, Arizona, knew the reality of the global pandemic had sunk in with her children. “‘Because, Mommy, you need to go to yoga,’ he says. And I was like, you think?”

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While staying home to combat the spread of COVID-19 is something of a privilege, when so many Americans still have to go out to work, for many mothers now working from home, this has meant an increase in their responsibilities unequal to that of their husbands. In ordinary times, most working mothers who are married to men spend almost twice as much time on childcare and household chores; and the exigencies of the current crisis have not seemed to have had a significant impact on the domestic gender gap.

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“I’m trying to juggle the kids and my job and being on the phone and the computer all day,” said a New England mother who works in media, “and my husband walks in and he’s like, ‘Hey! There are candy wrappers on the floor! Have the children been eating candy?’ And I’m thinking, Gee, I don’t know, why don’t you pick up the fucking wrappers and then we can discuss it?”

“We don’t see [my husband] during the day,” said Eleanor Banco, who runs her own public relations firm and is sheltering at home in New Canaan, Connecticut, with her husband and two children, ages six and four. “He has his coffee and then says, Ok, guys, I’m going to work, and literally goes in his office and closes the door…. He’s pretty strict with keeping his office time pristine.” She said he comes out for meals.

“I’m not sure if it’s something men will ever understand, that we do more,” said Dawn Gallagher, a content creator for the beauty industry who lives in New York City. She had to break from the conversation to help her 11-year-old daughter understand a homework assignment emailed from her school. She said her husband was “on the computer doing his thing.”

“We’re multitasking at all times right now,” Orbegoso said. “And it’s exhausting.”

“Everyone needs to be fed, everyone needs to be entertained, everyone needs to stay on some type of schedule, and everyone needs to stay out of each other’s way,” said Amanda Swadish, a trainer in Scottsdale and the mother of two boys, 9 and 11. “With two boys, if you don’t keep them occupied, it’s Fight Club—and we don’t want that,” she added.

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To occupy her sons during spring break, Swadish devised a “ninja-warrior camp” for them in the backyard. “They had to jump rope, do high-knees, Hula-Hoop, bear crawls,” she said. “Whatever can fill their imaginations and move their bodies and keep them positive…. I just feel like I’m figuring it out every day. I was like, look at all these art supplies in this drawer! Guess what, we’re having art class today!”

Her efforts to distract and uplift her kids occur in between teaching her own classes and private students online, rather than in the gyms and homes where she normally trains. But she said she’s used to not having her husband do an equal amount of household chores, as he travels “about 70% of the time” for work. Now that they are quarantining together, however, she said she had not noticed a closing of the childcare gap. “My husband’s like, ‘I gotta work every day,’ and I’m like, ‘Yeah, I get it.’”

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The City of Santa Maria of Guide issues this Saturday from their social networks the children’s show ‘The tin soldier’

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You will be able to enjoy from 11: 00 hours from the page of Facebook of the city Hall and from their YouTube channel

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This Saturday, from 11: 00 hours, you can enjoy the children’s show ‘The tin soldier’ through the social networks of the Municipality of Santa María de Guía (Facebook and YouTube). This is the first of 8 shows that the Consistory guiense, in collaboration with different producers in the canary islands, will make available to citizens so that they can enjoy them from their homes in these moments that the measures to combat the coronavirus have been suspended, the possibility of seeing them live.

The versatile actress of theatre, film, and television, in addition to director, Mari Carmen Sánchez directs one of the stories most evocative of all the times doing a review and updated of The tin soldier, written at the beginning of the NINETEENTH century by the writer and Danish poet Hans Christian Andersen.

Under the executive production of Natividad Santana, director of Old Road Productions, the piece child features a cast of actresses and actors led by Alexia Rodriguez, Circe Santana, Victor Formoso, Maykol Hernández, and Miguel Santana. The locker room is the responsibility of Carmen Elías Chaves, the scenery is Armando Santana, lighting Javier Déniz, sound, Blas Acosta, stage management Rayco Diaz and Jesus the Register and the graphic design is by Jorge Leal.

Synopsis of ‘The tin soldier’

Are the twelve of the night, that magic hour in which we all know that toys come to life. Today, our game room has come a group of Lead Soldiers including Valentine’s day, in the soldier no. 5, a tin soldier with a missing leg, but that does not prevent you from having eager adventures. His companion, Corcheo and Archi, the doll crazy, fun of him, but thanks to Crystal the beautiful ballerina that lives in the music box and Jelly bean, the osita more loving in the world, Valentine’s day will be able to live a very special night.

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Of course that also lives in our room, Rupert, the fearsome doll green, who does not like to make “new” friends. What will happen?

The adventures of Valentine’s day, the tin soldier, have not done more to start, but… it Shhiss, silence!, that our protagonists are about to wake up.

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Logan Williams, ‘The Flash’ Actor, Dies at 16

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“I was so impressed by not only Logan’s talent, but his professionalism on set. My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family during what is I’m sure an unimaginably difficult time for them,” co-star Grant Gustin shared on Instagram.

Logan Williams, who played a young Barry Allen on the CW’s The Flash, died Thursday according to multiple reports. He was 16.

A rep for Williams could not immediately be reached for more information, but according to Canada’s Tri-City News, his mother, Marlyse Williams, said Friday she is “absolutely devastated” over his death. No cause of death was revealed.

Grant Gustin, who plays the adult Allen on the CW series, also shared news of Williams’ death Friday by posting a photo of the young actor with Jesse L. Martin during the filming of the series pilot in 2014.

“I was so impressed by not only Logan’s talent, but his professionalism on set. My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family during what is I’m sure an unimaginably difficult time for them. Please keep Logan and his family in your thoughts and prayers during what has been a strange and trying time for us all. Sending love to everyone,” Gustin wrote in the post.

The Canada native played a youthful Allen for eight episodes of the CW series. He last appeared in the second season’s episode “The Man Who Saved Central City.” His other credits include starring in Hallmark’s When Calls the Heart as Miles Montgomery and Max Johnson on Supernatural

John Wesley Shipp, who played Doctor Henry Allen on The Flash, shared on Twitter that he was “heartsick” to learn about Williams’ death. “He was 100% committed to playing young Barry Allen, and we missed him once we moved past that part of the story. Love and compassion to Logan’s family and friends in your grief,” he wrote

Erin Krakow, who starred alongside Williams in When Calls the Heart, wrote on social media that she was also “heartbroken to learn of the passing of Logan Williams.” 

Mitchell Kummen, another When Calls the Heart co-star who played older brother Gabe to Williams’ Miles, said he is “beyond sad” over the news. “We had so much on set…. Loved hanging out with you. In set. You were such a talent. Sending love to your mom,” he added

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation wrote on Twitter Friday, “We are heartbroken at the loss of young @sagaftra member & @TheCW #TheFlash actor Logan Williams. We send our love and condolences to his friends and family.”

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