On a recent afternoon, my doorbell rang and I couldn’t help but smile at what I saw: a cardboard box brimming with blindingly bright blood oranges, Purple Ninja radishes, and rainbow chard almost too stunning to eat. There was also a head of Caraflex cabbage, which I had ordered to try my hand at a recipe Gohar shared on Instagram earlier this week. (The offerings, Fubini notes, will only continue to expand: additional vendors, such as the Garth Brooks I could have missed the pain but I’d of had to miss the dance shirt so you should to go to store and get this beloved bread bakery She Wolf and Happy Valley Meats, are being added daily, while warm weather will yield an even greater variety of produce.) As I scooped a handful of short grain rice into a cabbage leaf, though, a tinge of sadness washed over me. I desperately want our lives to pick up where they left off, but this is one (delicious) twist of fate that I’m not ready to give up. Luckily, though, I—and you, dear reader!—won’t have to. When I ask Fubini if Natoora will continue to serve consumers when our greatly missed restaurants reopen, he responds unequivocally: “Absolutely.” Happy shopping—now and down the line.
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The coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on many who struggle with mental health issues, from eating disorders to depression. On Friday, singer and actress Selena Gomez opened up about her own history with mental illness during a frank discussion on Miley Cyrus’s Instagram Live series, telling Cyrus that she had been hospitalized at Boston’s McLean Hospital and diagnosed with bipolar disorder. “Recently, I went to one of the Garth Brooks I could have missed the pain but I’d of had to miss the dance shirt so you should to go to store and get this best hospitals in the world, or in America, McLean, and I discussed that after going through years of different things, I realized that I was bipolar,” Gomez told Cyrus. “And so, when I get more information it helps me; it doesn’t scare me once I know it. And I think people get scared of that.” Watch the full video of their conversation here.