Evenepoel storms into the Vuelta a Burgos lead: Daily News Digest

Supported by (Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Hello again, CyclingTips readers. As we near the weekend and the first WorldTour race since March (that would be Strade Bianche, of course), the headlines from the cycling world included news on some recognizable names, another WorldTour rebrand, and more. Remco Evenepoel delivered the eye-catching ride of the day, storming to a stage 3 victory and the overall race lead at the Vuelta a Burgos. Expectations have been sky-high for the 20-year-old Belgian since he made his debut with Deceuninck-Quick-Step last year, but based on his accomplishments so far, he seems to be handling things pretty well. Evenepoel took the overall wins in both of his …

🏡 Day 1 of Week 12 Staying Home

Everyone feels SO different about this… that it’s hard to talk about. The whole virus / quarantine / shutdown topic has become very polarizing – which makes me sad. People seem anxious, angry, uncertain, annoyed, frustrated, confused, one or more, maybe all of the above. Either way they’re all negative feelings, and emotions seem to be running HIGH lately – which is totally understandable. As for me, I’m just… HAPPY. When I tell people I’m STILL staying home, this is what they imagine: This is what it’s actually like, though. 🙂 The only REAL negative in my life at the moment… is the coffee-mate sugar free powdered creamer shortage. Update: It’s back in stock now AND they just dropped the …

Rihanna Promises Fans That Her New Music Will Be Worth The Wait

Rihanna is giving fans just a little tease about her new music that she’s been working on. Speaking with ET about her new Fenty Skin care line, the 32-year-old singer touched a bit about upcoming music. “I am always working on music,” Rihanna shared. “I am always working on music and when I am ready to put it out in the way that I feel fit, it’s gonna come out. And you’re not going to be disappointed when it happens. It’s going to be worth it.” She added that “I’m not just gonna put it out just because people are waiting. It’s taken this long, I’m gonna make it worth it.” Rihanna also said that she’s really grateful to still …

Biasol channels 1980s nostalgia inside Melbourne restaurant Billie Buoy

Design studio Biasol clashed hot pink and midnight blue to form the bold interiors of this 1980s-inspired restaurant in Melbourne, Australia. Billie Buoy occupies a corner plot in Melbourne’s Essendon neighbourhood and has been designed by local studio Biasol as a “1980s character who was radical, hip and a little offbeat”. To capture the mood of the 1980s, the studio closely studied the era and its quirky pop culture. “We looked back to the days before the internet and cell phones – we dusted off our Atari and Walkman, put a John Hughes movie in the VHS, and jammed to New Order and Madonna,” said the studio. “The interiors and branding were developed in unison to create high impact and …