Collin Morikawa wins PGA Championship, golf’s first major since coronavirus pandemic shut sport down

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Collin Morikawa held off Paul Casey, Jason Day and Bryson DeChambeau to win the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco on Sunday, finishing with a 13-under par for the tournament and 6-under in the final round.

It was Morikawa’s first major title. He had previously didn’t play at the Masters Tournament and The Open Championship and finished tied for 35th at the U.S. Open last year.

Collin Morikawa holds the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament at TPC Harding Park Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, in San Francisco.

Collin Morikawa holds the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament at TPC Harding Park Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, in San Francisco.
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Sliding walls, hideable offices: How pandemic could change home design

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BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Spain’s coronavirus lockdown ended in late June, one thing was at the top of Teresa Silvi’s priority list – to sell her apartment and find somewhere more suitable for her family to live now they were spending far more time at home.

Three months of remote working with a toddler and a husband was a challenge, especially given the lack of dedicated workspace, the university researcher told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

“I can’t concentrate if I see toys or dirty dishes lying around. It is really important to be able to carve out a

Business is booming for NYC psychics amid coronavirus pandemic

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Who could’ve seen this coming?

While storefronts are going bust across the Big Apple due to the coronavirus pandemic, New York’s psychics and fortune-tellers say they are seeing more clients — and making more money — than ever before.

Unlike most businesses, they thrive in times of uncertainty and despair.

“When there’s a big change in the world, or more uncertainty in the world, that is when people look for more certainty,” psychic Betsy LeFae told The Post. “Everyone now wants more certainty, and yes – that is when people tend to turn to psychics.

LeFae moved upstate during the

Interest in kayaking grows: Outdoor enthusiasts flock to water sport during pandemic | News

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PRINCETON — People who didn’t think much about outdoor recreation are giving it a try now as the pandemic continues, and one of those ways involves the water sport of kayaking.

Outdoor enthusiasts do things like ride ATV trails and hike, but more individuals and families seeking something new to do are taking to the water in kayaks. Interest in kayaks has been growing during the last five years, but now more people are discovering the boats.

“I think what you’re seeing is a lot of folks finding new hobbies and exploring the outdoors, and one way you can do