Today is Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are putting the “power” in “power couple” by raising funds for COVID-19 relief.
The duo announced on social media Sunday they will begin selling “quarantine wine” with 100% of all purchases going toward COVID-19 response charities, organizations and grassroots efforts.
More specifically, Kutcher and Kunis said they’re looking for charities getting personal protective equipment into the U.S., charities helping children receive meals and businesses that are taking hits. America's Food Fund, Direct Relief, The Frontline Responders Fund and Give Directly have already been identified as partners.
Wine is something the couple has frequently been including in their virtual dates and friend gatherings, Kutcher said. With money going toward such important causes, it’s likely other couples will begin to follow Kutcher and Kunis’ lead.
News from The Post:
Campus organizations at Ohio University are celebrating and recognizing the importance of black women’s history month. (The Post)
People can still celebrate Earth Day in a variety of ways despite being in quarantine. (The Post)
Shively Court is closing permanently. (The Post)
You might want to bring an umbrella with you when you head outside today. There is a 60% chance of rain and a high of 55 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
You might also want to know…
A second coronavirus relief bill that aims to help small businesses will be voted on today. (CNBC)
Canada may tighten its gun control laws after it experienced its deadliest shooting to date over the weekend. (The Washington Post)
The release date of The Batman has been pushed back four months due to the coronavirus. (The Verge)