As billions of cicadas get ready to emerge, the fascination around the bugs is ramping up, and one part of that interest is cicada cuisine. Cicadas are low carb, low fat, full of protein and eaten all over the world. Chef Rino Roma is a classically trained chef and the owner of Mama Roma in Odenton who also has his own cooking show on YouTube. Roma came up with a fun Asian and Italian-inspired dish for the cicadas -- bruschetta with ricotta cheese spread and grilled peppers. The cicadas are mashed into the ricotta.
- NBC Sports
Red Bull athletes and entertainers came together for some fun and games - but the competition got real when the checkers waved.
- Who What Wear
They're that good.
- Entertainment Weekly
It was hard not to notice the light rain that started during the final third of Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain during its outdoor June 11 premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, "a downtown fest for a downtown guy," director Morgan Neville told the crowd. To make Roadrunner, Neville cobbled together more than 20,000 hours of raw footage from Bourdain's shows (No Reservations, Parts Unknown) - he says his team had access to around 100,000 hours - as well as interviews with some of the chef's closest friends and collaborators, including chefs David Chang and Eric Ripert, his Parts Unknown and No Reservations producer Lydia Tenaglia, longtime agent Kim Witherspoon, and second wife Ottavia Busa, some of whom were in attendance.
Just weeks after Queen Elizabeth II welcomed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's daughter Lilibet, the royal matriarch hosted President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden at Windsor Castle.
- Good Morning America
For the second year in a row, Queen Elizabeth's official birthday celebrations were drastically scaled back and relocated from the capital, London, to Windsor Castle, where the queen is currently in residence. The normally grand military event marking the monarch’s official birthday is known as “Trooping the Color," and usually sees more than a thousand soldiers, hundreds of horses and hundreds more musicians take part in a meticulously orchestrated parade through London and ending outside Buckingham Palace. The event has a more than 260-year history celebrating the birthday of the sovereign, but since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared in March 2020, the fanfare and pageantry has been hugely trimmed-down, involving a much smaller group of parading soldiers on display within Windsor Castle’s ancient quadrangle, lasting just 20 minutes.
- USA TODAY
Father's Day 2021 is just around the corner, and you can save on tons of tech for dad, including TVs, tablets and more, at the Best Buy 3-day sale—shop now.
- Who What Wear
Never say never.
- Kansas City Star
Central Missouri was the top-seeded team.
- Business Insider
Watergate figure John Dean described the Trump DOJ's surveillance of House Democrats as 'Nixon on stilts and steroids'
Dean, who helped bring down former President Nixon over Watergate, said that the actions of Trump's DOJ went further than that of his former boss.
RHOSLC's Heather Gay is addressing her co-star Jen Shah's legal battles, explaining that she's "passionate about second chances."
- Eating Well
Whether it's pudding, nice cream or an ice-cold popsicle, these easy desserts will satisfy your sweet tooth. Recipes like our Lime-Mango Sorbet and Strawberry-Chocolate Greek Yogurt Bark are refreshing and make the most of summer's best fruits. The tropical flavors of a piña colada make for one delicious ice pop.
- CBSTV Videos
In this clip from Paramount Pictures, Evan McCauley (Mark Wahlberg) discovers he has another set of skills he never learned. Delve into the concept of reincarnation through spectacular visuals and nuanced characters who must use memories and skills from past lives to ensure the future. Alongside Wahlberg, Infinite stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Cookson, Jason Mantzoukas, Rupert Friend, and Liz Carr, with Toby Jones and Dylan O'Brien. Stream the movie Infinite now, exclusively on Paramount+.
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- The Daily Beast
GettyGiven the urgency to reach 70 percent vaccination in America by President Joe Biden’s July 4 deadline and the rapid decline in the number of new people getting shots, it is time to shift our strategy and move to plan B: for Bosses.Plan A—build it and they will come—worked great to reach those most concerned about getting infected and especially those over 65. Now, however, with the continued threat of variant strains and areas of low vaccination coverage in states like Mississippi, Arkansas
- Cowboys Wire
The UCLA defensive tackle becomes the ninth rookie to sign out of 11 draft picks; the final two are expected to sign before training camp.
In the final round of the 2021 Palmetto Championship at Congaree, Garrick Higgo won his first PGA TOUR title in his second career start after carding a three-under 69 to win by one shot at 11-under par.
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“I think he’s right that it’s a low point….” U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday said that Russian leader Vladimir Putin was right to say that relations between the two former Cold War foes were at their lowest point in years - and suggested Russia might be weaker than it seemed.“Russia has its own dilemmas, let us say. Dealing with its economy, dealing with COVID…. They have also bitten off some real problems they’re going to have trouble chewing on – for example, the rebuilding of Syria, of Libya.”Biden’s comments came at the tail end of the G7 summit in England – and just days ahead of his Wednesday meeting with Putin in Geneva that promises to be a combative encounter given the two countries’ disputes over spying, hacking, election meddling, Ukraine, Belarus and human rights.Asked why Putin had not changed despite years of Western sanctions, Biden quipped: "He's Vladimir Putin. Autocrats have enormous power and they don't have to answer to a public and the fact is that it may very well be if I respond in kind, as I will, that it doesn't dissuade him - he wants to keep going.”Biden was also asked why he and Putin will hold separate press conferences after their meeting rather than facing the media together.“This is not a contest about who can do better in front of a press conference or who can embarrass each other. He can say what he thinks the meeting was about, and I will say what I think the meeting was about.”The President also stressed he was not looking for conflict with Russia, but rather to resolve actions by Putin the U.S. views as (quote) “inconsistent with international norms” and to work together on issues like Syria, and on climate change.Biden is attending a two-day NATO summit in Brussels this week prior to his meeting with Putin.
- The Independent
‘Arm up, get guns’: Lara Trump says those living near border may need to take action against migrant influx
‘People should never make this dangerous journey here. It’s bad for Americans. It’s bad for migrants. It’s bad all around,’ Lara Trump says
- The Telegraph
Britain will have a six-week window to open up in the summer or risk keeping Covid-19 restrictions in place until the spring, ministers fear. Boris Johnson on Saturday gave his clearest signal yet he is planning to delay a full return to normality for another month, as he said he wanted to give Covid-19 vaccines "extra legs" in "the race between the vaccines in the lockdowns". But government advisers have told ministers they will face a ticking clock before it becomes too late to lift the remain
- Kansas City Star
Witnesses say the man was swept under the boat and struck by the engine.