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    PERKASIE, Pa. (CBS) — This week’s Open For Business feature will keep you on your toes. Eyewitness News takes you to En Arabesque Dancewear in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, where the owner’s passion for dancing bloomed into a business. In Perkasie, this lovely little shop of dancewear received its name after this position, but it got its passion from this current ballet instructor and business owner Kelli Yandolino. READ MORE: 'They Just Want To Be Free': Rally Planned In Support Of Ukraine At Philadelphia Art Museum“That pink one was my tutu,” she said, “and that was my first tutu I ever wore when I was growing up.” Yandolino founded her dancewear store 17 years ago after realizing what she and her dancers needed wasn’t within arms reach. “This was before internet sales and Amazon,” Yandolino said. “There wasn’t a main store that had everything. So, when I had my classes, I thought, ‘Where can we go to get products? I can’t take them to Philly. We need to be right here.'” READ MORE: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Man Jumps On Hood To Stop Thieves...
    The tutu, a staple for prima ballerinas, may well be about to pirouette into the history books, as several dancers and artistic directors have said they're keen to move away from the traditional skirt.  Judged too restrictive, both for the body and for the art form, The Observer has reported that an increasing number of ballet stars are shunning the tutu, once the symbol of classical dance.  Among them, the Australian-born former ballerina Leanne Benjamin, who in her autobiography Built for Ballet, revealed she did not like wearing the garment.  The tutu, first worn in 1832 by the ballerina Marie Taglioni, is still an object of fascination among fans of ballet and dancers, but artistic director of the Australian Ballet. David Hallberg, said that his dancers are now equally happy to step away from the tulle skirts to try 'something new.' Retired Australian ballerina Leanne Benjamin said she fell out of love with the tutu during her career and told the Observer that some dancers and directors around the world were turning their backs on the traditional ballet garment (pictured in Les Biches at the...
    ANTI-apartheid hero Archbishop Desmond Tutu was celebrated at his funeral yesterday - before he was given a water cremation. The Nobel Peace Prize winner requested ‘no lavish spending’ and had the cheapest plain pine coffin for his tear-jerking farewell. 3In keeping with his pro-environmental beliefs, Desmond Tutu was given a water cremation after the funeralCredit: Getty 3Hundreds of mourners braved storms for the funeral service in Cape Town to give thanks for the life of South Africa’s first black archbishopCredit: Getty 3The service took place in St. George's Cathedral, Cape TownCredit: AP In keeping with his 'eco-warrior' beliefs he was aquamated - a greener alternative to cremation using water and chemicals which cuts harmful carbon dioxide by up to 90 per cent. Hundreds of mourners braved storms for the funeral service in Cape Town to give thanks for the life of South Africa’s first black archbishop. The widely acclaimed last great hero in the country's struggle against apartheid died last week aged 90 and he was lauded at the rain-soaked cathedral where for years he preached against racial injustice. South...
    Renée Graham writes for the Boston Globe that even with a year that has been unexpectedly filled with “frustration and fear” almost behind us and a dim immediate future that lies ahead, there are still reasons for hope. If 2020 closed with very cautious optimism, 2021 is ending with the pandemic-driven uncertainties of what might lie ahead, especially with only 62 percent “fully vaccinated.” Let’s hope the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is strongly encouraging booster shots, finally abandons that now-outdated definition. We shouldn’t be in this spot, yet we’re clinging to the idea that perhaps the worst of this pandemic lies behind us. (Unless every country worldwide has equal access to the vaccinations, this won’t end any time soon.) We are tired and demoralized by a virus that shows little mercy and too many people who are still opting for selfish ideology over the greater good. Yet 2022 beckons and even dimming hope is still hope. It’s what has gotten us up each day to fashion new routines, carve out some solace, and not let our anxieties...
    Gianluigi Guercia/AFP via Getty Images Desmond Tutu, the prominent archbishop, died on Sunday at the age of 90. While his legacy in fighting apartheid in South Africa was rightly heralded in media coverage of his death, his history of troubling comments about Jews was mostly omitted. Outlets including the Associated Press, NBC News, the BBC, NPR, and CBS News omitted any mention of Tutu’s comments. Those outlets and others also failed to mention that Tutu’s support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions, or BDS movement against Israel. BDS is anti-Semitic, according to the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee. Tutu also minimized and distorted the memory of the Holocaust. He once said that “the gas chambers” during the Holocaust made for “a neater death” than South Africa’s apartheid policies. Such rhetoric is anti-Semitic, according to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, whose working definition of anti-Semitism has been adopted by dozens of countries including the United States. In 1984, Tutu compared Israel to Nazi Germany by accusing the Jewish state of “collaboration” with South Africa’s apartheid government, which is “carrying out...
    Cheers and Jeers is a weekday post from the great state of Maine. Tutu Tuesday Considering the earth is over four billion years old, I'll always feel equal parts honored and lucky to know I got to spend over half of my life on the same speck in the universe at the same time as Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Tutu's brand of walk-the-talk, love-thy-neighbor religion puts our right-wing grifters and cultists—Graham, Osteen, Perkins, and their sniveling limousine lieutenants—to shame: "If you want to make peace, you speak to your enemy. You don’t shoot him or her. You don’t raise your voice; improve your argument, my father would have quite correctly advised." “I would refuse to go to a homophobic heaven. No, I would say sorry—I mean I would much rather go to the other place.” Continued… "I've been married for 56 years and Leah has been very good at keeping my head the right size. Once I was driving and when I looked at her she looked slightly more complacent and self-satisfied than usual. When I wondered why, she showed me this...
    One Christmas Day in the 1980s, Desmond Tutu led a packed church service in Soweto, the Black Johannesburg township and fulcrum of protest against white racist rule in South Africa. An American family — mine — found standing room at the back. We were among the few white people in the congregation and, as we shook hands with Tutu on the steps upon leaving, he made a joke. Something like: “So, it really is a white Christmas.” Evoking the Irving Berlin song ‘’White Christmas,’’ famously crooned by Bing Crosby, in tense, dusty Soweto was quintessential Tutu. He couldn’t resist a pun about race in an inflamed country suffering the agonies of apartheid, the system of white minority domination that was extinguished in 1994. (Actually, every once in a very long while, it has snowed in Johannesburg, but certainly not at Christmas time, which falls in the Southern Hemisphere’s summer). When Tutu died Sunday at age 90, he was remembered as a Nobel laureate, a spiritual compass, a champion of the anti-apartheid struggle who turned to other global causes...
    ARCHBISHOP Desmond Tutu was a South African activist who campaigned for human rights and brought international attention to apartheid. Also a renowned theologist, Tutu held titles such as Bishop of Johannesburg from 1985 to 1986, as well as Archbishop of Cape Town from 1986 to 1996. 2On Sunday, December 26 of 2021, it was publicly declared that Desmond Tutu passed away for unknown reasons, he's battled prostate cancer since the 1990s and leaves behind his wife, Nomalizo and their four childrenCredit: Getty - Contributor Who was Archbishop Desmond Tutu? Desmond Tutu was an outspoken critic of South Africa's previous brutal system of oppression against the country's black majority. The activist was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his campaign of non-violent opposition to South Africa's white minority rule. Born on October 7, 1931, in Klerksdorp, Transvaal, South Africa, he became the first Black Anglican Archbishop of both Cape Town and Johannesburg. During the 1980s, he played a role in drawing national and international attention to the inequities of apartheid. He later chaired the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and...
    (CNN)On Monday, cathedral bells tolled at midday in Cape Town as South Africa began a week of mourning for the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died on Sunday. As his country marks Tutu's life and death, people around the world are doing the same, including many from groups he supported, from LGBTQ communities to Palestinians and climate justice advocates.While Tutu was best known for helping to end decades of institutionalized segregation and racism in South Africa, and for heading the truth and reconciliation commission that came in its aftermath, he was also celebrated for lending his voice to other injustices and oppression globally."Anywhere where the humanity of people is undermined, anywhere where people are left in the dust, there we will find our cause," Tutu said in a 2013 interview.LGBTQ advocacyRead MoreThe respect Tutu had garnered as South Africa's moral compass made him one of Africa's most important LGBTQ allies.Joni Madison, the interim President of the Human Rights Campaign -- a prominent LGBTQ advocacy group -- said Tutu's "powerful allyship will never be forgotten." "We are forever...
    Princess Charlene of Monaco has paid tribute to the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu after he died in a Cape Town hospital aged 90. Tutu was diagnosed with prostate cancer in the late 1990s and in recent years was hospitalised on several occasions to treat infections associated with his cancer treatment. His death was announced yesterday in a statement shared on behalf of the Tutu family. It did not give details on the cause of death. South African native Princess Charlene, who is understood to be receiving treatment for 'exhaustion' at an undisclosed location, met the Archbishop on several occasions and marked his death with a moving Instagram post. Sharing photos of them together, she wrote: 'My dear friend, you will be missed. I know that you are at our fathers side.(sic) I will always have fond memories of us. And your laughter will remain in my heart forever. Rest In Peace.'  Princess Charlene of Monaco has paid tribute to the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu after he passed away in hospital aged 90 over the weekend Taking to Instagram to share a...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The world is remembering Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The South African anti-apartheid leader’s family said he died peacefully on Sunday morning in Cape Town at the age of 90. CBS2’s Leah Mishkin looks back on the legacy he leaves behind. READ MORE: South Africa Detects New Coronavirus Variant Amid Spike In Cases“I am free. You are free. We are all free,” Tutu once said. He was a Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1984. In South Africa, his voice helped end apartheid, the decades-long segregation and brutality against the country’s Black majority. Tutu preached nonviolence. Apartheid ended in 1994, the year former President Nelson Mandela took office. Archbishop Desmond Tutu (credit: Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)   Mandela appointed Tutu as South Africa’s first Black archbishop to chair the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He didn’t fight back tears as he listened to testimony detailing the horrors of the apartheid. “I would say he was South Africa’s Dr. King,” Queens native Nana Asare Asamani said. Across the street from the Apollo Theater in Harlem, Asamani thanked the South African...
    During a tense meeting with the mulish racial ideologue President P. W. Botha in 1988, Archbishop Desmond Tutu watched as the head of state began to lose his temper. Then the president began to wag his finger at South Africa’s most senior churchman. Tutu, never one to dodge a confrontation and ever conscious that he was a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, reared up in his chair.  ‘Don’t think you’re talking to a small boy!’ he spat out at Botha, abandoning all restraint. Later he reflected ruefully to his biographer John Allen: ‘I don’t know whether that is how Jesus would have handled it, but our people have suffered for so long and I might never get this chance again.’  Tutu’s natural habitat in the 1980s was in the midst of the great stand-off between an increasingly angry young black population and the brutal white-led security forces At night, Tutu spoke to international television anchors about the shocking events in South Africa and why their governments must impose sanctions to force Nelson Mandela’s release from prison In 1984 Tutu posed with...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle mourn "beloved icon" Archbishop Desmond Tutu as the Queen pays tribute to the Apartheid hero. The human rights activist, who helped to end apartheid in South Africa, passed away in Cape Town at the age of 90. 10He met with the Duchess of Sussex during their South African tourCredit: Getty - Contributor 10Harry and Meghan described him as "an icon for racial justice"Credit: Twitter 10The couple had met the activist in 2019 10Harry and Meghan paid tribute to Archbishop Desmond TutuCredit: Twitter Archbishop Tutu who was the last surviving South African laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize was an outspoken critic of the country's previous brutal system of oppression against the country's Black majority. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who had met the activist back in 2019, shared a statement for his passing. The statement reads: "Archbishop Tutu will be remembered for his optimism, his moral clarity and his joyful spirit. "He was an icon for racial justice and beloved across the world. "It was only two years ago that he held our son, Archie,...
    Desmond Tutu in Washington, 2008. Gerald Herbert/AP Photo Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.Nearly a half-century ago, when apartheid, a racial caste system rooted in colonialism, ruled South Africa, a middle-aged cleric became the first Black dean of Johannesburg, which is an important position in the Anglican church. He could have wrangled a special permit to live in the city’s prosperous white quarter where the church was located and emerged as a de facto token of phony progress for the racist regime.  Instead, he chose to live in the township of Soweto, home of the impoverished Black working class that made the South African economy hum. Rather than serve as window dressing for the white elite, Desmond Tutu—who died at 90 on Sunday after a 24-year bout with cancer—became its worst nightmare, challenging the system and ultimately helping hasten its demise.  “At a time when the African National Congress’s leadership was either in jail or in exile, there was Tutu—cassock flowing, crucifix swaying front and side, as he...
    Gianluigi Guercia/Getty Images Archbishop Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s anti-apartheid hero, has died at age 90, prompting condolences and tributes to pour in from across the globe. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the news on Sunday, writing, “The passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is another chapter of bereavement in our nation’s farewell to a generation of outstanding South Africans who have bequeathed us a liberated South Africa.” Tutu passed peacefully at the Oasis Frail Care Center in Cape Town following a battle with prostate cancer. “From the pavements of resistance in South Africa to the pulpits of the world’s great cathedrals and places of worship, and the prestigious setting of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, the Arch distinguished himself as a non-sectarian, inclusive champion of universal human rights,” Ramaphosa wrote of the South African icon, who championed for racial justice and LGBTQ+ rights. Ramaphosa additionally praised Tutu’s character, adding: Desmond Tutu was a patriot without equal; a leader of principle and pragmatism who gave meaning to the biblical insight that faith without works is dead. A man of extraordinary...
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and veteran of South Africa's struggle against white minority rule, has died at the age of 90.    The outspoken Tutu was considered the nation's conscience by both Black and white, an enduring testament to his faith and spirit of reconciliation in a divided nation. He preached against the tyranny of white minority and even after its end, he never wavered in his fight for a fairer South Africa, calling the black political elite to account with as much feistiness as he had the white Afrikaners. In his final years, he regretted that his dream of a 'Rainbow Nation' had not yet come true. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and veteran of South Africa 's struggle against white minority rule, has died aged 90 (Pictured in 2015) On the global stage, the human rights activist spoke out across a range of topics, from Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories to gay rights, climate change and assisted death - issues that cemented Tutu's broad appeal. 'The passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is...
    ARCHBISHOP Desmond Tutu, who helped to end aparthaied  in South Africa has died aged 90.  The human rights activist was the last  surviving South African laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize, and passed away in Cape Town. 1Desmond Tutu has died aged 90Credit: Reuters In a statement minister in the presidency Mondli Gungubele said President Cyril Ramaphosa “expresses, on behalf of all South Africans, his profound sadness at the passing today, Sunday 26 December 2021, of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu”.  “President Ramaphosa expresses his heartfelt condolences to Mam Leah Tutu, the Tutu family, the board and staff of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, the Elders and Nobel Laureate Group, and the friends, comrades and associates nationally and globally of the iconic spiritual leader, anti-apartheid activist and global human rights campaigner.”
    More On: sarah jessica parker Sarah Jessica Parker’s son makes rare appearance at ‘And Just Like That’ premiere Chris Noth defends Sarah Jessica Parker in Kim Cattrall feud Matthew Broderick is ready for the ‘And Just Like That…’ madness Andy Cohen defends Sarah Jessica Parker over ‘misogynistic’ gray hair comments Sarah Jessica Parker knows a thing or two about tutus. On Wednesday, the 56-year-old actress got glammed up in a gray Oscar de la Renta gown and cape for the premiere of “And Just Like That…,” HBO Max’s highly anticipated Sex and the City reboot. But the designer – among both her and Carrie Bradshaw’s favorites – wasn’t the only way she channeled her character. The distinctive dress also featured pink tulle peeping out from the side of the skirt, paying tribute to the tutu she wore in the show’s original opening credits over two decades ago. Completing the look with a Carrie-approved accessory, Parker paired the show-stopping style with satin pink stilettos, in addition to an Erdem bag and jewelry from Fred Leighton and Larkspur and Hawk. She...
    A federal judge spared a female Capitol rioter jail time Tuesday, noting the woman 'showed up in a tutu' on January 6, and not military gear like so many others.      She 'showed up in a tutu, not - as many did - in military gear,' Judge Carl Nichols, reasoned Tuesday in a Washington, DC, federal court as he read his ruling regarding 41-year-old Rasha Abual-Ragheb's role in the attack.  Instead of a jail sentence, which prosecutors had clamored for, Judge Nichols, 51, handed the single mother-of-two a two-month house arrest order - which Abual-Ragheb will serve within the confines of her Fairfield, New Jersey, home. Rasha Abual-Ragheb, 41, pictured at left sporting a tutu during the riots at the Capitol in January and at right posing triumphantly amid other rioters, avoided jail time during a federal hearing concerning her role in the attack Tuesday. She will instead serve house arrest In addition to the home detention, Abual-Ragheb will serve three years' probation and pay a $500 fine, per Nichols's sentence LONGEST CAPITOL RIOT SENTENCES: Jacob Chansley: Chansley, 34, from Arizona, known...
    More On: sex and the city Nicole Ari Parker was yelled at by ‘SATC’ fans thinking she’d replace Kim Cattrall SJP and Chris Noth are back in Paris for ‘And Just Like That…’ Sarah Jessica Parker returns to ‘And Just Like That…’ set after Willie Garson’s death Sarah Jessica Parker speaks out on Willie Garson’s death: ‘It’s been unbearable’ And just like that, one of Carrie Bradshaw’s most iconic outfits is up for grabs. Famed “Sex and the City” costume designer Patricia Field has donated the pink tank top and white tutu seen on Sarah Jessica Parker in the series’ opening credits to this year’s Housing Works Fashion for Action fundraiser. The sale, which will also include contributions from Kathy Hilton, Joan Jett, Chloë Sevigny and more stars, raises money for the organization’s lifesaving services and advocacy for those impacted by HIV/AIDS and homelessness. And while shoppers will be able to peruse new designer pieces marked up to 80% off during the event, we’re guessing interested parties will need to pony up a bit more dough for Field’s special donation — despite the fact...
    KHLOE Kardashian gave fans an inside look at her 3-year-old daughter’s extravagant playroom, which features a whole bakery set named after her. The 37-year-old, who shares True with baby daddy Tristan Thompson, shared videos and photos of her little girl’s play area as she hung out in their with her cousin. 4Credit: khloekardashian/Instagram 4Credit: khloekardashian/Instagram So close in age, True and Kim Kardashian’s son Psalm, 2, are often seeing hanging out and playing together, loving their cousin time. On Wednesday, he was busy making pretend treats behind the bakery – TuTu’s Treats – stand in her playroom, which was named after True’s family’s nickname for her. Meanwhile, the 3-year-old danced in front of the stand, shaking her hips and waving her hand as her mom Khloe filmed the toddlers. Unable to choose just one picture from their afternoon of fun, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum shared an overview of a bunch she took of them playing with the bakery. The giant treat shop featured a pink-and-white awning with the name on top, a table for the “employee” to...
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    A first look at Meghan Markle' children's book The Bench has revealed several illustrations of Prince Harry and son Archie - including one feeding their chickens while the duchess is in the garden with her dogs, as well as another showing a father and his son in pink ballet tutus.  Meghan and Harry's daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, who arrived on Friday and was announced to the world yesterday, also makes an appearance in her mother's latest project. The Duchess of Sussex, 39, announced last month that the book is inspired by a poem she wrote for her husband on Father's Day the month after Archie was born, and will explore the 'special bond between father and son' as 'seen through a mother's eyes'.  It has been released in Australia ahead of its launch in the UK tomorrow, with delighted fans from across the world taking to Twitter to share the news. It is not known if Meghan has received an advance for the book and whether any of the proceeds will be donated to charity, but a branding expert previously suggested it would...
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    By MOGOMOTSI MAGOME, Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South African anti-apartheid veteran and Nobel laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and his wife Leah have escaped unharmed from a fire in their cottage at a retirement complex outside Cape Town. “The couple did not sustain any injuries and were in good spirits considering events that unfolded around daybreak today,” a statement from the Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation said Wednesday. A faulty gas heater is suspected of starting the fire, according to the statement. Tutu, 88, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his nonviolent opposition to South Africa’s previous racist regime of white minority rule known as apartheid. In 1986 he became the first Black to be archbishop of Cape Town in the Anglican church. When apartheid was abolished and Nelson Mandela became the first democratically elected president in 1994, Tutu popularized the term “rainbow nation” to describe South Africa's multiracial democracy. He was appointed chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, an investigation into the crimes committed by the white minority regime. The inquest was formed to pursue...
    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South African anti-apartheid veteran and Nobel laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and his wife Leah have escaped unharmed from a fire in their cottage at a retirement complex outside Cape Town. “The couple did not sustain any injuries and were in good spirits considering events that unfolded around daybreak today,” a statement from the Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation said Wednesday. A faulty gas heater is suspected of starting the fire, according to the statement. Tutu, 88, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his nonviolent opposition to South Africa’s previous racist regime of white minority rule known as apartheid. In 1986 he became the first Black to be archbishop of Cape Town in the Anglican church. When apartheid was abolished and Nelson Mandela became the first democratically elected president in 1994, Tutu popularized the term “rainbow nation” to describe South Africa’s multiracial democracy. He was appointed chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, an investigation into the crimes committed by the white minority regime. The inquest was formed to pursue justice for...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have made another major career move after their historic decision to step away as senior members of the royal family. The duo has signed with the Harry Walker Agency, according to the Los Angeles Times, citing an unnamed source. Markle, 38, and Harry, 35, will participate in speaking engagements, moderated discussions and more, per the outlet. MEGHAN MARKLE WAS NICKNAMED 'DUCHESS OF DIFFICULT' BY PALACE AIDES FOR BEING 'DIFFERENT,' ROYAL EXPERT CLAIMS Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on November 27, 2017, in London, England. (Karwai Tang/WireImage via Getty Images) Harry Walker Agency also represents the Obamas, the Clintons, Jane Goodall, Oprah Winfrey, Dolly Parton and more. Their speaking engagements will reportedly focus on racial injustice, environmental conservation, gender equity and other social issues, in addition to mental health, a longstanding cause championed by the royals. PRINCE WILLIAM, PRINCE HARRY WILL NEED 'SPACE AND TIME TO BREATHE' BEFORE WORKING THINGS OUT, SOURCE CLAIMS The Times reports that they will not, however, be...
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