Miley Cyrus wants to make sobriety a ‘long-term lifestyle’ | Entertainment


Miley Cyrus wants to “make sobriety a long-term lifestyle”.

The 27-year-old singer revealed in June that she had been sober for six months and friends say her sobriety has helped to strengthen her relationship with Cody Simpson, 23, and she plans to maintain this healthier lifestyle indefinitely.

A source told Entertainment Tonight: “Miley’s sobriety has made her very present in her relationship. Her decision to be sober has changed the way she thinks about life. She would describe herself as a believer in this new way of life and is looking to make sobriety a long-term lifestyle.”

And although Miley

CBRE announces key tenancies for Ain 520, the boutique F&B and lifestyle complex on Budaiya Highway, Bahrain


Bahrain, Manama:CBRE announces the first tenant agreements at Ain 520, the new boutique retail, F&B and leisure development on Budaiya Highway which is set to become one of the country’s popular lifestyle destinations.

The global real estate firm is appointed to lease and manage the property, which will offer over 5,000 sq.m across 14 stand-alone units and that offers an appealing, green environment for customers – inspired by art and nature. The project is currently pre-leasing and is expected to soft launch in early 2021.  

  • Starbucks are set to open with a drive-thru unit
  • Three more restaurants are also committed

Schools mull outdoor classes amid virus, ventilation worries | State


It has been seven years since the central air conditioning system worked at the New York City middle school where Lisa Fitzgerald O’Connor teaches. As a new school year approaches amid the coronavirus pandemic, she and her colleagues are threatening not to return unless it’s repaired.

Her classroom has a window air conditioning unit, but she fears the stagnant air will increase the chances that an infected student could spread the virus.

“Window units just aren’t going to cut it. We don’t want to stay cool, we just want the air to flow properly,” said O’Connor, a science teacher who

North-East Now: Better your health, lifestyle and fitness with Aberdeen’s one2one clinic


An Aberdeen diet clinic is helping residents achieve their goals to improve their fitness, health and lifestyle.

The one2one diet – originally known as the Cambridge Diet – has helped a vast amount of people in the local area, as well as worldwide, lose weight and live healthier, happier lives.

And after sampling the diet for herself several years ago, Michelle Wilson – owner of the one2one clinic on Albyn Terrace, Aberdeen – was eager to help others on their own weight loss journeys.

She has now backed the North-East Now campaign, driven by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce,