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    JO MALONE products are an absolute must-have when you're looking for a special treat, from the fabulously fragrant candles to the luxurious bath oils and soothing body crèmes. But these scent-sational goodies can be expensive, which is why the Jo Malone Black Friday deals are so popular. 2Will Jo Malone be taking part in Black Friday this year? Shop Jo Malone Black Friday deals - here Shop Jo Malone deals at allbeauty - here During the sale, you can snap up top-quality products at a much lower price. Check out our guide to the early Black Friday deals that have already started to launch month. Best Jo Malone Black Friday deals Can't wait until Black Friday itself to start your Jo Malone shopping? While the best deals will come later, you can already find some great pre-Black Friday bargains. Here are some of the top deals you can shop now: Jo Malone Lime, Basil and Mandarin 100ml Body & Hand Wash and Body & Hand Lotion Gift Set, £59.69 from Amazon, save £5.28 - buy here...
    JO MALONE'S products are an absolute must-have when you're looking for a special treat, from the fabulously fragrant candles to the luxurious bath oils and soothing body crèmes. But these scent-sational goodies can be expensive, which is why the Jo Malone Black Friday deals are so popular: top-quality products at a much lower price. Check out our guide to finding the best deals this month. 2Will Jo Malone be taking part in Black Friday this year? Shop Jo Malone Black Friday deals - here Best live Jo Malone deals Can't wait until Black Friday itself to start your Jo Malone shopping? While the best deals will come later, you can already find some great pre-Black Friday bargains. Here are some of the top deals you can shop now: Jo Malone Pomegranate Noir Travel Candle 60g, £33 from Amazon, save £4.61 - buy here Lime Basil & Mandarin body & hand wash 100ml, £24.99 from Amazon, save £2.35 - buy here Jo Malone Wild Bluebell Women's Eau de Cologne 30ml, £63.25 from Amazon, save £8.75 - buy here...
    A now-former Atlanta cop has been slammed with multiple felony charges for pointing a gun and yelling racial slurs—while in uniform—at a Black couple and their children who were stopped at a traffic light. Atlanta police initially told local outlet WSB-TV Atlanta that Officer Robert Malone, who is white, had been placed on paid administrative leave after the disturbing May incident, then confirmed that Malone submitted his resignation in July. On May 5, Courtney Harris said she, her boyfriend Quinton Rogers, and their three kids were waiting for the light to change at an intersection after leaving the BeltLine, a miles-long trail through the city, according to WSB-TV. Harris said the light turned green, but the car in front of theirs never moved. The family then pulled around the car, and that’s when the driver—later identified as Malone—aggressively honked his horn and yelled racial epithets. “He was in a rage,” Rogers told WSB-TV. Harris told the news outlet that Malone, who was not on-duty at the time, was pointing a gun through the window. When she tried to tell...
    Police have asked the public for help locating a missing teenager from New York who was last seen more than a week ago. Brandon King was last seen leaving his Franklin County residence in the town of Malone at about 7 a.m. on Friday, April 15, New York State Police reported on Tuesday, April 26. Malone is located about 35 miles from Potsdam. King is described as being 5-foot-10 and about 160 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair, state police said.  Police said Brandon was last seen wearing black clothing. State police asked anyone with information about Brandon's whereabouts to call Investigator Bishop at 518-483-5000 and refer to case #10794852. Share this story by clicking on the Facebook icon below. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — As we continue to highlight Black History and history makers this month, here is the story of two mothers on the city’s South Side who are broadening minds through Black-focused books in this ever-changing technology driven world. They spoke to CBS 2’s Steven Graves. READ MORE: Mother, Model, Advocate For Crime Victims Fantacia Lopez Must Have Mouth Wired Shut After Being Shot In Face HerselfGrowing up in Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood – Iesha Malone, could only dream of a bevy of Black-centric books in one place. But now, she has helped develop one. “Black History, we need them to know about it,” Malone said. “I don’t want what I went through to be the same story that my kids said 15 years from now – ‘We didn’t have this, and we didn’t have this.’ Yes, you did.” The teacher and mom of two sons considers Roseland a “book desert.” “There’s no bookstore,” Malone said. “The library books don’t touch your soul.” So she’s flipping the script – newly stablishing a business called the Rose Cafe. For now,...
    JO MALONE'S Black Friday deals are top of our list to check out this year, and if you're looking for a helping hand we've picked out the best deals for you here. Whether it's deliciously scented candles, pampering bath oils, luxurious body crèmes...ah, nothing beats a treat from Jo Malone. Here's what to snap up... 2Will Jo Malone be taking part in Black Friday this year? * We may earn revenue if you click the links below and buy the products but we never let this affect our recommendations. Remember to shop around on Black Friday to make sure you're getting the best price. Shop Jo Malone Black Friday deals - here Best live Black Friday Jo Malone deals Keen to get your shopping started now? Well, you might be in luck: lots of retailers begin their Black Friday offers ahead of the shopping day itself. Here are some of the Jo Malone deals you can snap up right now. Jo Malone Earl Grey & Cucumber Eau de Cologne, 100ml, now £89.95 at allbeauty, saving £12.05 - buy...
    BRONZEVILLE — The Bronzeville Lakefront project is officially a go after years of navigating the city approval process. The $3.8 billion redevelopment of the former Michael Reese Hospital site stands to make history on two fronts: It’s the first project helmed by a team of predominantly Black developers, and it’s the first to introduce a “social impact” program in hopes of ensuring no resident is left behind. Residents will get a “full showcase of everything” planned for the site during a kickoff week in late September, said Morgan Malone, Farpoint Development’s director of development and external affairs. “We’re trying to reframe the landscape of what it means to be a developer. This is not the traditional development crew,” said Malone, pointing to the participation of Black-led entities like Loop Capital, McLaurin Development Partners and Bronzeville Community Development Partnership. Those three groups joined forces with Farpoint, Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives and real estate behemoth Draper and Kramer to form GRIT Chicago. GRIT was then selected by the city to buy and develop the site. “For this to work, it’s got to...
    (CNN)Nominations for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards will be presented on Sunday.Beyoncé leads among the nominees with nine. Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa and Roddy Rich follow with six nominations each. "The Daily Show's" Trevor Noah will host the event.Below is a list of nominees in several major categories. Check back for updates on the winners throughout the night and the full list of 83 categories is available here. Album of the YearRead More"Chilombo," Jhené Aiko"Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition)," Black Pumas"Everyday Life," Coldplay"Djesse Vol. 3," Jacob Collier"Women in Music Pt. III," Haim"Future Nostalgia," Dua Lipa"Hollywood's Bleeding," Post Malone"Folklore," Taylor SwiftRecord of the Year"Black Parade," Beyoncé"Colors," Black Pumas"Rockstar," DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch"Say So," Doja Cat"Everything I Wanted," Billie Eilish"Don't Start Now," Dua Lipa"Circles," Post Malone"Savage," Megan Thee StallionSong of the Year"Black Parade," (performed by Beyoncé)"The Box," (performed by Roddy Ricch)"Cardigan," (performed by Taylor Swift)"Circles," (performed by Post Malone)"Don't Start Now," (performed by Dua Lipa)"Everything I Wanted," (performed by Billie Eilish)"I Can't Breathe," (performed by H.E.R.)"If the World Was Ending," (performed by JP Saxe featuring Julia Michaels)Best New ArtistIngrid AndressPhoebe BridgersChikaNoah CyrusD...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Ada S. McKinley opened the South Side Settlement House in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood in the 1920s to serve the growing Black community there suffering from racism, poor housing conditions, high poverty and unemployment."She experienced a lot of hardships in terms of securing funding for the agency, providing support of the community," said KangJae Lee, assistant professor at North Carolina State University.Prof. Lee and Professor Rodney Dieser published a research paper on McKinley's legacy, and say her contributions to Chicago have been overlooked."We have to understand what I call whiteness in the history of the United States," Lee said. "It has been dominated by white Americans' perspective, celebration of the accomplishments of white individuals."McKinley died in 1952 at the age of 84, just hours after a ceremony for the Ada S. McKinley Community Services's new headquarters at 34th and Michigan. Today, the organization serves more than 7,000 people at 70 program sites in the Chicago area, Indiana and Wisconsin. Services offered include child development and college placement."The needs have not ended," said CEO Jamal Malone. "That's why we're...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us Yes, 2020 was a terrible year for live music. After a promising start, the entire industry shut down in mid-March as concerts were canceled and venues went dark; music-industry workers lost their jobs and scrambled to pay rent. But there were some bright spots in the darkness: Industry insiders united, musicians found new ways to create, and much of the scene showed up for the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are the ten biggest music stories of 2020: Related Stories The Ten Biggest Arts and Culture Stories of 2020 The Ten Biggest Marijuana Stories of 2020 How Bandmates From Denny & the Way Outs Reunited Over Cancer The Beginning of the EndAs February bled into March, COVID-19 started making headlines in Colorado, but nobody had any idea how bad things would get. On March 12, concert-promotion giants Live Nation and AEG suspended tours through April (Post Malone managed...
    The 63rd Annual GRAMMY AWARDS will be broadcast from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 31st, 2021 from 8:00-11:30 PM, live ET/5:00-8:30 PM, live PT, only on CBS and streaming on CBS All Access. Comedy Central’s Emmy Award-winning The Daily Show host and comedian Trevor Noah will host this year’s awards. Nominations were announced this morning via a global livestream featuring Recording Academy Chair and Interim President/CEO Harvey Mason Jr., alongside a host of former winners and nominees. “This has been a tough year for our industry, but I have witnessed, day after day, the incredible resiliency of the music community,” said Mason. “This year’s nominated recordings are proof that the creative spirit continues to be alive and well, and our nominees are a testament to the passion and perseverance that our community embodies. I’m endlessly amazed that so many music creators continue to use their craft to tell important stories, providing a dynamic soundtrack that both directly impacts and reflects our culture. I truly believe in the power of music, and the 63rd GRAMMY AWARDS will be an opportunity...
    A SAVVY shopper has revealed the designer perfume dupes you can pick up for just £1 in Poundland. Taking to TikTok, user georgeshortxx revealed the bargain fragrances that smell almost identical to high-end scents. 8TikTok user georgeshortxx has shared the Poundland scents that smell just like designer fragrances Credit: Tik Tok 8The Vivid Sky scent is said to smell just like Dolce & Gabana's Light BlueCredit: Tik Tok Captioning her post, she wrote: “Calling all perfume lovers. Your favourite perfumes are sold in Poundland!!!!!” According to the shopper fans of Chanel’s classic No 5 should switch up the the £57 for Poundland’s 9th Element. Meanwhile Thierry Mugler Angel lovers can get a similar scent from the Sparkling Sky - £57 less than the designer counterpart. For fans of La Vie Est Belle by Lancome but don’t want to fork out over £60, George recommends Beau Reve. 8Sparkling Sky is said to have a similar whiff to Thierry Mugler's Angel while 9th Element is like Chanel No 5Credit: Tik Tok 8Both of the designer fragrances come in at £57Credit: Tik Tok...
    The Marines Corps is rolling out a subversive new strategy to take on China Zozo Championship purse payout: Patrick Cantlay claims $1.44 million Post Malone keeps the yee-haw vibes coming in black stetson in WeHo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Post Malone has been known to flirt with country in his music, in addition to rock, pop, hip hop and R&B. And the six-time Grammy nominee appears to be embracing his inner cowboy through his wardrobe. He kept the yee-haw vibes coming Sunday in a black stetson and matching leather cowboy boots, as he stepped out at The London hotel in West Hollywood with a friend. © Provided by Daily Mail Cowboy chic: Post Malone kept the yee-haw vibes coming Sunday in a black stetson and matching leather cowboy boots, as he stepped out at The London hotel in West Hollywood with a friend The 25-year-old cut a sharp look in a black denim jacket, layered over a matching turtleneck, with slim black jeans. He finished the ensemble with a pair of chunky heart earrings and a...
    DELICIOUSLY scented candles, pampering bath oils, luxurious body crèmes...ah, nothing beats a treat from Jo Malone. With Black Friday creeping up, the Jo Malone Black Friday sale is one to look out for, whether you're looking to indulge in some pampering products yourself, or snap up a few bargain presents in time for Christmas. We take a look at what to expect this November. 1Jo Malone stockists from Selfridges to John Lewis are expected to take part in the sales this Black Friday Just because a product is in a Black Friday sale, doesn't mean you can find it, or something similar, cheaper elsewhere. Always shop around before you spend your money. Save 20% on Jo Malone products with the code NEWBIE - here When is Black Friday 2020? The date for your diary this year is November 27—so not long to go now! As ever, Black Friday falls the day after Thanksgiving in America, which is celebrated on the third Thursday of each November. The retail event traditionally marked the start of the shopping season in the...
    (CNN)Angela Barnes knows that the public service announcement she directed with a group of Atlanta exotic dancers urging people to vote is stirring conversation, but she wonders why she had to come up with the idea."It's killing me that somebody hasn't done this before me, like: why?" she told CNN. "It was easy to figure out and I have no background in politics or marketing. So why is it so viral? Why is because, in general, black people are ignored and taken for granted."With its catchy song composed by Steve G. Lover and produced by Chemist, "Get Your Booty to the Poll" has indeed gone viral.The video has been both hailed for it's promotion of down-ballot issues and criticized for it's use of the scantily clad dancers taking to the pole for a lesson in civics. Barnes is an Atlanta-based TV director and said the idea came about after she and some other friends in the industry across the country started talking about what they could do in the wake of both the death of George Floyd and the coronavirus...
    (CNN/CBS4) — The Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone expressed his disappointment with the grand jury’s decision not to charge officers with killing Breonna Taylor Louisville, Kentucky. Malone called it “tragic” and “a shame,” and said it made him think, again, of the death of Elijah McClain in Aurora. "When I think of that case and the tragedy of those officers getting off, it also makes me think a lot closer to home, and Elijah McClain…" Coach Malone responds to the Breonna Taylor rulings. @TJMcBrideNBA @CBSDenver #MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/9MeziGY32k — Ryan Greene ???? (@RyanCBS4) September 23, 2020 “When I think about the tragedy of those police officers getting off, it also makes me think a lot closer to home, Elijah McClain, his case in Aurora, Colorado, how we’re still demanding justice for the police officers who were involved in the death of Elijah McClain. That is still not the case,” Malone said. “That’s just been tragic. I know we’ve been using our platform down here to try to bring about education and a voice in a lot of players on...
    London (CNN Business)Actor John Boyega has ended his association with perfume brand Jo Malone after the company controversially cut him from a commercial for the Chinese market.Boyega, 28, created the short film himself but was replaced by actor Liu Haoran for the Chinese version, a decision the "Star Wars" actor said was "wrong" in a Twitter thread announcing his resignation Monday."Their decision to replace my campaign in China by using my concepts and substituting a local brand ambassador for me, without either my consent or prior notice, was wrong," wrote Boyega, adding that the film celebrated his personal story and featured his family and friends."While many brands understandably use a variety of global and local ambassadors, dismissively trading out one's culture this way is not something I can condone," he said.I have decided to step down as Jo Malones global ambassador. When I joined the brand as their first male global ambassador last year, I created the short film we used to launch the campaign. It won the Fragrance Foundation Virtual awards 2020 for Best Media Campaign.— John Boyega (@JohnBoyega)...
    Last year John Boyega became the global brand ambassador for Jo Malone, a British perfume company. A fairly typical gig for a famous actor, but Boyega brought his characteristic drive to the project. He directed his own ad campaign, a short film called A London Gent, which was filmed in his home neighborhood in London, and co-stars his friends and family. But instead of just using this video everywhere, Jo Malone decided to copy Boyega’s idea wholesale for its Chinese commercial, replacing him with Chinese actor Liu Haoran. Hide You can see a comparison between the two ads below, making it very obvious that Jo Malone just filmed a shot-for-shot remake. The brand is being accused of racism for replacing a Black actor to cater to Chinese audiences, a choice that’s being compared to when Disney minimized Boyega’s face on some Chinese Star Wars posters. Hide Crazy racism from Jo Malone. Not only did they replace @JohnBoyega, they ripped off his creative ideas and reshot his original film virtually shot-for-shot for the Chinese market.Edit: Original left – Racist right....
    John Boyega has stepped down from his role as a global ambassador for perfume brand Jo Malone after the company cut the black actor from the Chinese version of an aftershave advert he helped create. The Star Wars actor, 28, said the fragrance firm's decision was 'wrong,' writing on Twitter that while he accepted companies use different representatives around the world, 'dismissively trading out one's culture this way is not something I can condone'. Jo Malone had earlier apologised after removing Boyega, best known for playing Finn in the Star Wars films, from the advert, which has since been removed. In a statement announcing he was stepping down from his ambassadorial role, Boyega said: 'Their decision to replace my campaign in China by using my concepts and substituting a local brand ambassador for me, without either my consent or prior notice, was wrong. The film celebrated my personal story- showcasing my hometown, including my friends and featuring my family. 'While many brands understandably use a variety of global and local ambassadors , dismissively trading out one's culture this way is...
    Loading the player... British fragrance company Jo Malone has apologized to actor John Boyega after re-creating his original ad without his presence for Chinese audiences. Read More: John Boyega claps back at ‘Stars Wars’ trolls over race comments: ‘I said what I said’ In a statement issued to The Hollywood Reporter, Jo Malone London detailed the new ad has been removed. The modified version replaced Boyega with Chinese star Liu Haoran. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney) “The concept for the film was based on John’s personal experiences and should not have been replicated,” the apology reads. “John is a tremendous artist with great personal vision and direction. The concept for the film was based on John’s personal experiences and should not have been replicated.” The original commercial, titled London Gent, was created by the Star Wars actor and featured not only himself but also his real-life family and friends in London streets. We are thrilled to announce that our Jo Malone London Gent film featuring @JohnBoyega is the proud winner of The Fragrance Foundation Virtual Awards 2020...
    British perfume brand Jo Malone has apologized to Black actor John Boyega of "Star Wars" fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a cologne commercial he helped create. Jo Malone London said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that the ad, designed for Chinese audiences, was a misstep and has been removed. The recreated ad replaced Boyega with Chinese star Liu Haoran. "The concept for the film was based on John's personal experiences and should not have been replicated," Jo Malone said. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Boyega and his representatives couldn't be reached for comment. The original ad, conceived by and starring Boyega, aired last year and was called "The London Gent." It features the London-born actor walking around the neighborhood where he grew up and riding a horse in a park. It makes reference to his Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire. It's not the first time Boyega has been deleted from a China-based ad. He played a leading role as Finn in 2015′s "Star Wars: The...
    NEW YORK - British perfume brand Jo Malone has apologized to Black actor John Boyega of “Star Wars” fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a cologne commercial he helped create.  Jo Malone London said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that the ad designed for Chinese audiences was a misstep and has been removed. The recreated ad replaced Boyega with Chinese star Liu Haoran. “The concept for the film was based on John’s personal experiences and should not have been replicated,” it said. Jo Malone and its parent company, Estée Lauder, didn’t respond to emailed requests for comment Sunday. Boyega and his representatives also couldn’t be reached for comment. The original ad starring Boyega aired last year and was called “The London Gent.” It features the London-born actor walking around the neighborhood where he grew up and riding a horse in a park, and it makes reference to his Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire. It’s not the first time Boyega has been deleted from a China-based ad. He played a...
    Perfume company Jo Malone has apologised to the black British star John Boyega for cutting him out of an advert when it was remade for the Chinese market. The Star Wars actor came up with the idea for the original advert, which shows him enjoying time with his friends and family where he grew up in Peckham, south London. Mr Boyega, 28, also directed the advert, based around his personal experiences, for the scented candle brand, titled London Gent. But in China the advert was recast without any black actors. Jo Malone has apologised to the black British star John Boyega for cutting him out of an advert when it was remade for the Chinese market Instead it features Chinese actor Liu Hoaran in Mr Boyega's starring role. Jo Malone has now apologised to Mr Boyega, saying it was a 'mistake' to try and replicate his personal experiences using a different actor. The company said in a statement: 'We deeply apologise for what on our end was a mistake in the local execution of the John Boyega campaign. 'John...
    NEW YORK (AP) — British perfume brand Jo Malone has apologized to Black actor John Boyega of “Star Wars” fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a cologne commercial he helped create. Jo Malone London said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that the ad designed for Chinese audiences was a misstep and has been removed. The recreated ad replaced Boyega with Chinese star Liu Haoran. “The concept for the film was based on John’s personal experiences and should not have been replicated,” it said. Jo Malone and its parent company, Estée Lauder, didn’t respond to emailed requests for comment Sunday. Boyega and his representatives also couldn’t be reached for comment. The original ad starring Boyega aired last year and was called “The London Gent.” It features the London-born actor walking around the neighborhood where he grew up and riding a horse in a park, and it makes reference to his Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire. It’s not the first time Boyega has been deleted from a China-based ad. He played...
    A British health care scholar says there is been a “phenomenal” global reaction to his handbook about how ailments glimpse on black and brown pores and skin.Critical details: Health professionals in Australia say there needs to be better education and learning about how conditions look on black and brown skin A United kingdom medical scholar states you can find been a “phenomenal” worldwide response to his Mind the Gap handbook Doctors say some circumstances manifest in markedly unique strategies depending on skin colour Malone Mukwende produced the Intellect the Gap: A handbook of clinical signs in black and brown pores and skin, with the backing of St George’s, University of London, after he found disparities in health care treatment. “I realised that the issue may well lay in the actuality that we are not frequently taught on darker skins,” he said. “So that’s where by I knew that I form of experienced to do a thing to address this issue, due to the fact there was nothing at all that I could see becoming accomplished.” The cost-free on the...
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (CBS4) – The Milwaukee Bucks have elected to boycott Game 5 of their playoff series against the Orlando Magic, protesting the situation with Jacob Blake, a Black man whose shooting by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the death of George Floyd. The team refused to leave the locker room prior to their game as the Magic warmed up on the court. The Denver Nuggets have chosen to wear social justice messages on their NBA pregame warmups and on their jerseys, but in a virtual meeting with the media Coach Michael Malone said the team did not discuss boycotting games. Michael Malone at The Field House at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on Aug. 25, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (credit: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) If boycotting a game against the Utah Jazz lead to a forfeit, the Nuggets would be eliminated from contention for the championship. The Nuggets avoided elimination by beating the Utah Jazz 117-107 on Tuesday night in Game 5. The Nuggets trail the sixth-seeded Jazz 3-2 with Game 6 on Thursday....
    As thousands of people continue to protest the death of George Floyd, one could reasonably expect to see anti-racism or anti-police brutality demonstrations pop up in almost any city across the United States. Vidor, Texas would not be one of them. The east Texas town of roughly 10,000 people used to be known as a “sundown town,” an all-white area that was inhospitable to Black people and had signs warning that they couldn’t be there after dark. Vidor was also a known Ku Klux Klan haven, and in 1993, the KKK marched through the town in response to the federal government bringing several Black families into the town’s public housing. If one were to make a list of U.S. towns most resistant to social progress, the Vidor of yesteryear would land near the top.  But some residents are more committed to change. Maddy Malone and Yalakesen Baaheth have organized a “Peace March In Vidor” for June 6. “This march is to honor the Black lives lost, end racism, & help influence love over hate in our community,” the flyer reads. ...
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