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    The A-listers who will be attending the 2022 Met Gala on Monday are expected to be channeling Edith Wharton's 'Age of Innocence' as part of this year's Gilded Age-inspired theme, but how they will interpret the dress code is anyone's guess.  The annual benefit, which has been dubbed the Oscars of fashion, has returned to the first Monday in May for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 event was canceled while the 2021 Met Gala was postponed until September.  Just eight months after last year's fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, the world's most famous stars are getting ready to hit the red carpet once again.  The 2022 Met Gala's theme is 'In America: An Anthology of Fashion.' Guest are expected to channel Edith Wharton's 'The Age of Innocence.' Michelle Pfeiffer, Geraldine Chaplin, and Winona Ryder are pictured in the 1993 film  The Gilded Age was a tumultuous period in American history after the Civil War that extended from roughly 1870 to 1900. The dress code is 'gilded glamour' and white tie  Blake Lively and her husband...
    A FORMER nurse who killed a patient by giving her the wrong drug went on trial this week over the fatal error. RaDonda Vaught, 37, is facing a reckless homicide charge following 75-year-old Charlene Murphey's death in December 2017. 3RaDonda Vaught, 37, is facing a reckless homicide chargeCredit: Davidson County Jail 3Charlene Murphey died in December 2017Credit: Facebook/Allen Murphey She faces up to 12 years in jail if found guilty. Murphey had been given the drug vecuronium instead of the sedative Versed after the court heard Vaught "recklessly ignored" labels. Patient Murphey had been admitted Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Tennessee with a headache and losing vision in one eye. Doctors had ordered a PET scan to check for cancer. READ MORE SUN STORIESSWEPT DOWN CLIFF Landslide sends two homes crashing down into a flooded Tennessee riverROYAL LASHING Prince Harry's lawyer blasted by furious judge in security row A claustrophobic Murphey was then given the wrong medication leaving her paralyzed after asking for drugs to control her anxiety. The case has left Vaught's former colleagues on edge, with...
    (CNN)For extremely sick patients, an advanced form of life support called extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, or ECMO, cuts the risk of dying from Covid-19 by half, according to a new study by researchers at Vanderbilt University.But at the height of the pandemic, many patients couldn't get the treatment because there weren't enough beds, machines or skilled staff to care for them, the study found.Nearly 90% of patients who met Vanderbilt's stringent criteria to receive ECMO, but couldn't get in for care, died. A dad who traveled 1,200 miles for Covid-19 care is finally going home. Heres what he wants you to know"I think this is very powerful to me, because, you know, for the first time, we were actually seeing what is happening to these patients, when they don't receive this therapy," said lead study researcher Whitney Gannon, director of quality and education for the adult ECMO program at Vanderbilt.Gannon said when the Delta surge was at its worst in the South, she would get 10 to 15 calls a day for patients who needed ECMO. At maximum capacity, Vanderbilt had...
    Fox Nation, the streaming service complement to Fox News Channel, will debut a new two-part special entitled, Going Deep With Clay Travis on Saturday, Oct. 23.Hosted by OutKick’s Clay Travis, the two episodes will follow Travis and his crew on a Southeastern Conference (SEC) college football bus tour as they capture the atmosphere and character of some of the SEC’s most loyal football fans. Each episode will follow Travis and his OutKick bus tour partners Chad Withrow and John Hutton as they travel to the biggest games in the south. Along the way, they’ll visit college campuses, local restaurants and bars, as well as interview the teams’ beloved mascots. (Fox News) The episodes will serve to highlight the unique traditions behind the biggest rivalries in all of college football. CLAY TRAVIS ON AARON RODGERS' COMMENTS: WOKE CULTURE REPRESENTS ANTITHESIS OF ALL THAT SPORTS STAND FORThe first of the two-part special kicks off with Travis and company traveling to Tennessee, North Carolina, and Arkansas, for matchups between the Bowling Green Falcons and Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville, the Georgia Bulldogs and Clemson Tigers in Charlotte,...
    The two best pitchers for the next draft are undoubtedly two from Vanderbilt, Jack Leider and Kumar Rocker. They are two different pitchers, but they dominate in their own way. We discussed it last week with Jasmine Roy, the selector for the Toronto Blue Jays. He told us about the differences between the two players. Toronto Blue Jays Scout Jasmine Roy talks about the best prospects for the MLP draft next month. He also talks about the work he will do for the next few weeks.https://t.co/tunadyFwNW – Fashion MLP – 91.9 Sports (Fashion MLP 919) June 12, 2021 It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The chances of him being the Pirates first choice are very real. However, he can slide a little lower when he is in the top-5 anyway. But what we do know is that he wants to go fourth to be made by the Red Sox. According to Fan Graphs’ Kevin Goldstein, Leider will try – I don’t know how – not to get drafted in the first three...
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (CNN Business)Ashley Vanderbilt says her four-year-old daughter Emmerson knew "something was wrong with her mom." "I wasn't one hundred percent there like I should have been," she recalls. After November's election she spent days on TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube becoming indoctrinated into the world of QAnon. By inauguration day, she was convinced that if then President-elect Joe Biden took office the United States would literally turn into a communist country. She was terrified that she would have to go into hiding with her daughter. Many QAnon believers have clear political motives, but Vanderbilt says she is a passive participant in politics. "I've always been someone that you just tell me what to do and I do it. I grew up being told we were Republicans, so I've always been that straight red ticket," she explained in an interview with CNN near her home in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, last Saturday. Read MoreShe doesn't watch the news. "What have we heard the last four or five years? Don't watch the news. 'Fake news.' 'Fake news.'" Vanderbilt worked...
    The summer cottage has 65 rooms and has an asking price of $12.5 million. Anthony Acocella A Massachusetts mansion once owned by the Vanderbilt family is on the market for $12.5 million, the New York Post reports. The 65-room home sits on 89 acres of land and has 65 rooms in total.  The property is so large that it straddles two towns. The grounds were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the same man who designed New York City's Central Park. John Barbato of Compass holds the listing. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A property that once served as a summer "cottage" for the Vanderbilt family is now on the market for $12.5 million, the New York Post reports.  In a 2014 profile, Forbes reporter Natalie Robehmed dubbed the Vanderbilts "American royalty" known for their vast wealth and lofty social stature in the Gilded Age. Per Robehmed, the family made their money from a lucrative railroad empire and went on to produce notable businessmen, philanthropists, and socialites. One current-generation Vanderbilt, Anderson Cooper, is a prominent CNN journalist. ...
    Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller launched a free kick across an entire soccer field to earn an elusive assist from the goalkeeper position in November. Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Sarah Fuller made history as the first woman to participate in a major Division I college football game when she kicked for the short-staffed Vanderbilt Commodores. The starting goalkeeper for the school's women's soccer team did not showcase her full leg strength during the game, as she only delivered a squib kick. Fuller showed off leg strength, sharing a clip of her full-field assist during the SEC Tournament, and wrote, "I'm just going to leave this here." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sarah Fuller made history as the first woman to participate in a Power 5 college football game when she kicked for the short-staffed Vanderbilt Commodores Saturday. And though her perfectly-executed squib kick was powerful enough to break through the glass ceiling, it didn't have the "oomph" necessary to impress skeptics. But that doesn't mean Fuller isn't capable of delivering massive boots; quite the contrary. Sarah Fuller kicks...
    The Vanderbilt Commodores football team made history in the second quarter against the Missouri Tigers on Saturday when kicker Sarah Fuller became the first woman to play on the field in a Power 5 college football game. Fuller kicked off to start the second half of Saturday’s game. Sarah Fuller becomes the first woman to kick for a Power Five school with this kickoff. pic.twitter.com/4srlfgZYL9 — Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) November 28, 2020 Fuller created a buzz when she was added to the Vanderbilt roster this week and traveled with the team to Missouri for the game. Former University of Florida champion Tim Tebow said on ESPN’s SportsCenter Saturday morning, “This is incredible. And can I say that I am so excited and nervous for her? If she gets a chance, I am going to be rooting so hard for her. “I know I am not supposed to, but I will be rooting for her today,” Tebow joked. Nashville-based college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit said of Fuller, “I think it’s cool for [Vanderbilt head coach] Derek Mason to give her this...
    Brittany Cartwright Shows Off Baby Bump Halfway Through Pregnancy How To Get Out of a Car Loan You Can’t Afford Shorthanded by COVID-19, Vanderbilt reportedly brings in womens soccer teams goalkeeper to practice Vanderbilt football reportedly had a new face at practice on Tuesday, one that could end up making college football history. Sarah Fuller, the starting goalkeeper on the Commodores women’s soccer team, suited up in full pads with the football team, according to Simon Gibbs of the Vanderbilt Hustler, the school’s student newspaper. While she did not attempt any kicks, she went through walkthroughs with the coaching staff. The football team reportedly made the move with several special teams players in quarantine due to COVID-19. The women’s soccer team’s season ended earlier this month, apparently making her available. It is reportedly unclear if Fuller is part of Vanderbilt’s plans for Saturday’s game against Missouri, but the milestone her appearance would represent is obvious.Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller could make history © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Vanderbilt brought in Sarah Fuller for practice. We'll see if the program needs her...
              Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio. During the third hour, Carmichael weighed in on the recent dismissal of historian Jon Meacham from MSNBC for not disclosing his relationship with former Vice President Joe Biden as a speechwriter. He later speculated whether he will be relieved as faculty of Vanderbilt University for violating their honor system. Leahy: It is Wednesday, November 11, 2020, Veterans Day. A salute to all our veterans out there. We are joined in the studio now by our good friend and the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael. Crom, good morning. Carmichael: Good morning, Michael. Leahy: Well Crom, our friend I suppose you could say, the person of whom we’ve talked about some here and who’s not coming into our studios apparently for fear of having an actual discussion. Jon Meacham. The esteemed historian...
    Vanderbilt’s football game at Missouri on Saturday has been postponed because COVID-19 issues have left the Commodores without enough players. The Southeastern Conference announced Monday the game has been tentatively rescheduled for Dec. 12. It is the first SEC game rescheduled due to COVID-19-related problems and the 28th FBS game overall to be postponed or canceled since Aug. 26. The SEC started a conference-only schedule Sept. 26, a few weeks later than the rest of the FBS conferences that began play in September. Vanderbilt (0-3) played with only 56 scholarship players last week in a loss to South Carolina. The school said Monday it would not be able to reach the SEC’s 53-player minimum this week “due to the quarantining of individuals with positive tests and those designated as close contacts, along with injuries and opt-outs.” Vandy had six players opt out of the season, including four offensive lineman. ___ More AP college football: https://apnews.com/tag/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25 Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Lead by example, Mr. Mayor! Stephen Green, founder of the city’s largest commercial real estate company SL Green Realty Corp., exhorted Mayor Bill de Blasio to bring his staff back to the office to help jumpstart the city’s coronavirus recovery. “I believe he should bring back his staff and the city tenants first. At SL Green we have 100-percent attendance, I think the mayor should lead that along,” Green told The Post at a ribbon cutting Monday for the 77-foot tall skyscraper One Vanderbilt in Midtown Manhattan. While Green was not among them, the heads of 163 other major corporations wrote de Blasio last week demanding that he crack down on crime and quality-of-life concerns so their employees could come back to the office. Mayoral spokesman Bill Neidhardt confirmed that just a small crew comes to City Hall daily to do their jobs in-person and the remainder of staffers work remotely. De Blasio first authorized municipal employees to work from home in March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. But schools are scheduled to reopen for in-person learning...
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