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The lawyers she cleans for are still working from home, which means she’s still out of a job

Bastidas hasn’t worked in more than six months. And she can’t go back to the WilmerHale offices until the lawyers do.

Service workers like Bastidas were laid off in droves when white-collar employees fled their cubicles in the middle of March, and many of those lawyers, accountants, software engineers, and designers won’t be coming back to their offices until next year, if ever. WilmerHale just started allowing small groups of employees back in the building on a voluntary basis but hasn’t determined when it will fully reopen.

Without people commuting to offices in Boston and around the region, normally bustling business districts have become shadows of their former selves. Lunch spots and flower shops closed their doors. Parking lots turned into wastelands. With business travel at a virtual standstill, cavernous convention centers stand empty.

Many of the people who once kept these places running don’t have college degrees or are

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Baby Girl Sees Her Dad With No Beard For The First Time And She’s Not Okay

For the first few years of their lives, kids rely on their senses to understand the world. Before they have words to say, they understand a lot through sight and touch.

A little girl in Calgary was just starting to talk, but she knew what her daddy looked like. She loved to spend time with him and play with his big, bushy beard.

That little girl, Dot, was in for a surprise when her dad disappeared into the bathroom one day. She crawls down the hallway, wanting to be back with him. When he emerges from the bathroom, he’s got a big surprise.

Dot’s dad, Josh, decided to capture her reaction to  seeing him clean shaven. It’s the first time she’s seen him with no beard.


He comes out of the bathroom and scoops her back up into his arms. She stares, surprised, before bursting into tears.

Mom and

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