Dalvin Brown, The Palm Beach Post

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Recent articles by Dalvin:

Masks spark public judgment, ridicule among customers as businesses reopen

Patricia Dawe, 66, rarely wears a mask in public, and people give her the "stink eye" for it, she said. She'll wear one in order to get past security guards at a grocery store in Brooklyn. But once she is inside the supermarket, she takes it off. Most customers rush to other aisles when they see her coming, she said. Others stop and stare. "There is judgment. They're rude,” Dawe said. “But I… → Read More

Masks spark public judgment, ridicule among customers as businesses reopen

Patricia Dawe, 66, rarely wears a mask in public, and people give her the "stink eye" for it, she said. She'll wear one in order to get past security guards at a grocery store in Brooklyn. But once she is inside the supermarket, she takes it off. Most customers rush to other aisles when they see her coming, she said. Others stop and stare. "There is judgment. They're rude,” Dawe said. “But I… → Read More

Masks spark public judgment, ridicule among customers as businesses reopen

Public ridicule and judgment is common among people who selectively wear masks or forgo them all together in the middle of a pandemic. → Read More

Memorial Day hot dogs and hamburgers could cost more this year

With some meat processing plants like Tyson Foods and Smithfield Foods partially closed because of COVID-19, there's less selection to choose from. → Read More

Apple is reopening some stores this week: Expect to wear a mask, have temperature checked

Apple is reopening 25 stores this week. Customers must wear a face mask. If they don't have one, they will be given a free one before they can enter. → Read More

Home offices are expensive: Study says most people didn't have one before coronavirus

Before the pandemic, 54% of people didn't have a proper work setup at home, according to a survey conducted by YouGov with LinkedIn. → Read More

April grocery store prices made highest jump in more than 40 years

Americans paid 4.3% more for meats, poultry, fish and eggs in April. Eggs alone saw a major increase in price. → Read More

Samsung has plans to launch a debit card this summer

Samsung Pay, the company's digital payment platform has been around for 5 years, but now it'll be backed by a cash management account. → Read More

Women take on a greater share of parenting responsibilities under stay-at-home orders

The coronavirus pandemic puts more pressure on women who work remotely while kids take online classes, a study with YouGov and LinkedIn found. → Read More

Women take on a greater share of parenting responsibilities under stay-at-home orders

The coronavirus pandemic puts more pressure on women who work remotely while kids take online classes, a study with YouGov and LinkedIn found. → Read More

YouTube TV subscribers getting access to Viacom channels including VH1, BET, MTV and others

MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network and TV Land are among the channels launching on YouTube TV in the coming months. → Read More

Apple CEO Tim Cook references 1918 flu pandemic in commencement speech to Ohio State graduates

In his speech, Tim Cook offered advice for navigating challenging circumstances in the years ahead and talked about his career at Apple. → Read More

Bye-bye, butterfly keyboard: Apple unveils 13-inch MacBook Pro with a better typing experience

Most of the improvements were performance-based. The new 13-inch laptop features double the storage and a speed boost, and prices start at $1,299. → Read More

Airbnb lays off 25% of its workforce due to the coronavirus fallout

On Tuesday, the short-term rental company said in a note to employees that it was slashing nearly 1,900 jobs from its workforce of about 7,500 people. → Read More

‘All night, my eyes are open’: After mass job losses, Americans forced to choose: Pay bills or buy food?

In seven weeks, 30 million Americans filed for unemployment. The economic crisis has hurt families, workers and businesses. → Read More

Love under lockdown: Facebook 'virtual dates' to help users find quarantine dream partner

The news was hidden at the bottom of the company's Messenger Rooms announcement where it unveiled new tools for Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp. → Read More

Coronavirus: Steven Mnuchin says economy will rebound over the summer

Mnuchin said the Paycheck Protection Program for small business and stimulus checks for Americans will help the economy rebound as early as July. → Read More

Lysol warns against injecting disinfectant after Trump speculates on coronavirus cure

The announcement comes on the heels of a White House coronavirus briefing where Trump raised the possibility of using disinfectants to treat COVID-19. → Read More

Uber is offering 50,000 free rides, free food to shelters for domestic abuse victims

During the coronavirus pandemic, domestic violence cases have increased. Uber's free rides are meant to help victims amid the COVID-19 shutdown. → Read More

Spotify launches 17 new curated playlists to help you find your next favorite podcast

There will be three flagship podcast channels including a weekly collection of new must-hear episodes and popular crime-related content. → Read More