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    John Le Carré's ex-mistress has written a sensational memoir in which she tells of their lovemaking in shockingly explicit detail.  In yesterday's The Mail on Sunday, Suleika Dawson recounted how their affair fizzled out.  Today, in this final extract, she recalls meeting le Carré (real name David Cornwell) 14 years later and how they picked up where they left off . . .  I'd never had any dreams about David. Not while we were together and not after we parted in the late summer of 1985. But in the early spring of 1999, 14 years after we went our separate ways for what I'd believed was the final time, I had a vivid sleeping vision of him. The living image of David's face appeared to me one night as I was sleeping. It approached suddenly out of the darkness and hovered lover-close above mine. I think we should see ourselves again, he said softly. I woke up immediately, to find I was standing shakily in the middle of the room. I had leaped right out of bed with the shock. A...
    NBC The Voice Season 22 John Legend and Blake Shelton have been going at it as coaches on “The Voice” since Legend joined the cast in 2019. In a recent interview with E! News Daily Pop, Legend revealed that during the filming of season 22, Shelton has lost a bit of his edge. Legend told the outlet that Shelton has “gone soft on us.” And who did he blame? Shelton’s co-star, competitor and wife, Gwen Stefani. “I think when Gwen’s here, it takes a little of his edge off, and you can tell,” Legend proclaimed. “He’s like losing country singers now. His competitive fire is—he’s a little bit de-fanged by Gwen being here.” Legend made the accusations in the usual friendly, jabbing tone that all of “The Voice” coaches tend to diss each other in.  But could there be some truth to what he’s saying?Is There Truth Behind the Joke? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) There is no question that Shelton is madly in love with Stefani. On the couple’s...
    John P. Angelos, the chairman and CEO of the Orioles, is decrying that his brother took what he calls “the nuclear option” of filing suit over a dispute in how to handle their father’s assets. In several filings Wednesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court, John Angelos denied the allegations that his brother, Louis F. Angelos, made about him in a lawsuit in June: that he sought to seize control of the Orioles and other assets of their father, Peter G. Angelos, as he fell ill and eventually became incapacitated in recent years. “Lou apparently saw his father’s deteriorating condition as the perfect opportunity to take what he felt he deserved, but not what he was entitled to, under Peter’s estate plan,” according to one motion. It goes on to accuse Louis Angelos, 53, of basing his suit on “unfounded accusations and fictitious conspiracy theories” that his brother and mother sought “to harm him and his expected inheritance from the estate of his father. “Nothing could be further from the truth,” the motion said. Attorneys for John Angelos and Louis Angelos...
    John Jukić's family says he would still be alive today had his insurance company covered the double lung transplant he needed back in April. The 46-year-old Clark dad and Colonia pharmacist suffered lung damage from COVID-19 he contracted last October, and needed a double lung transplant. His only hope was a double lung transplant, his wife Mirla said. However, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois apparently denied him the life-saving treatment, and while his family was in the process of appealing the decision, John on Monday, June 13. Blue Cross Blue Shield did not immediately respond to Daily Voice's request for comment placed Wednesday morning. John had been on life support at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for 211 days on May 21. The double transplant was his only chance at survival, but his insurance company deemed it not medically necessary, his wife said in a Facebook post. On April 14, John was accepted into Jackson Memorial Hospital's transplant program where more than 30 double lung transplants have been performed with a 100 percent success rate, Mirla said. "All...
    REAL MADRID captain Marcelo has left fans in hysterics after donning the full kit for the Champions League trophy win DESPITE not playing. The Brazilian was an unused substitute in the 1-0 win over Liverpool in Paris. 2Marcelo has now won 25 trophies as a Real playerCredit: GETTY 2Real now have 14 European trophiesCredit: PA But as his side lifted a 14th European trophy, Marcelo stripped off his Real tracksuit and into his full kit and whacked on the captain's armband. Fans say the iconic left-back has gone "full John Terry". The Chelsea great appeared on the pitch after the penalty shootout win over Bayern Munich in a full kit DESPITE being suspended for the game. On Marcelo, a fan said on Twitter: "Marcelo just went full John Terry." READ MORE IN FOOTBALLKAR BLIMEY Champions League final controversy with VAR delays as Benzema has goal ruled out Another tweeted: "Pure John Terry vibes from Marcelo." The Champions League lift may be Marcelo's last for Real with the 34-year-old's contract set to expire at the end of this season. ...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Many of our childhood memories are tied to the things we watched or the snacks we enjoyed. Minnesota companies know this, too, and are cashing in using the power of the past. It’s rush hour at Schell’s Brewing in New Ulm. In this case, it’s a bottleneck of bottles filled with a brand-new batch of beer. But lately, Schell’s has been thinking old school. READ MORE: After Her Kids Were Hacked, Cybersecurity Engineer Writes Children's BookTo get a fresh look for its Deer Brand beer, Schell’s went back 70 years to the 1950s. They basically took the Deer Brand logo they used during the Eisenhower administration and re-introduced it in 2022, a sort of back-to-the future re-brand that’s already paying off. “It does perk up business. It attracts some new customers,” Schell’s president Ted Marti said. Senior graphic designer Matt Irwin knew the logo was well before his time, but he also knew it would work. “At some level I think there’s probably a comfort,” Irwin said. “A familiarity that people were looking for.” (credit:...
    New York Yankees broadcaster John Sterling got fooled again by a Giancarlo Stanton fly ball, calling it gone…and then caught. Since 1989, John Sterling has been the iconic voice calling the most memorable Yankees moments. In all that time, he’s seen thousands of home runs. He’s also seen his share of home runs that weren’t. The longtime broadcaster added to his list of flubs on Wednesday when he declared Giancarlo Stanton’s deep fly ball into left field a home run. Spoiler: It wasn’t. John Sterling was completely fooled on Giancarlo Stanton’s long fly ballIt is high! It is far! It is gone!! but caught. pic.twitter.com/d8APN8XIVQ — John Sterling Calls (@JSterlingCalls) April 14, 2022 “That ball is high. It is far! It is gone…but caught,” Sterling said, his initial excitement giving way to the most disappointing reality check. It’s not like Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Raimel Tapia did anything spectacular to deny the home run, either. It was a routine catch on the warning track. The Yankees likely shared in Sterling’s dismay, as they could have used that home run. Anthony Rizzo,...
    Legendary New York Yankees announcer John Sterling launched into his signature home run call on Wednesday night, but it turned out to be a massive swing and a miss. The hilarious gaffe took place during the 8th inning of the Bronx Bombers’ game against the Toronto Blue Jays. With a runner on first, and the Yanks trailing 6-4, slugger Giancarlo Stanton hit a towering fly ball to left centerfield. Sterling was convinced — absolutely convinced — that Stanton had just hit the game-tying homer. And so the 83-year-old announcer broke out the home run call which has delighted Yankees fans since 1989. “It is high!” Sterling belted out, his voice rising. “It is far! It is gone!” The only problem? It wasn’t that far. And it didn’t go. It is high! It is far! It is gone!! but caught. pic.twitter.com/d8APN8XIVQ — John Sterling Calls (@JSterlingCalls) April 14, 2022 Two full seconds elapsed before Sterling realized his mistake. “But caught,” he said softly. Ouch. “Boy, I thought that was gone,” Sterling said grimly, after the gaffe. Sterling’s blown calls...
    JOHN Stamos remembered his late friend Bob Saget in a heartfelt speech at his funeral on January 14. Saget has been remembered by his wife, fans, and his Full House family who try to deal with the pain of losing a dear friend. 2John Stamos remembered Bob Saget in his eulogy at the funeral. What did John Stamos say at Bob Saget's funeral? Bob Saget, best known for his role as Danny Tanner on the beloved 90s show, Full House, passed away on January 9, 2022, only hours after performing at his comedy show in Orlando, Florida. His funeral was held five days later, and his friend of 35 years, John Stamos, read an emotional eulogy that talked about a friendship built on support, love, and the occasional dirty joke. Their relationship was so strong that when Stamos lost his parents, he said Saget became his "rock" and "was there for (him) like no other." "He told dirty jokes and talked about himself as he hosted my dad's funeral," Stamos said in the eulogy. "He was there through divorces, deaths,...
    A BOSTON Celtic player who won 10 NBA titles has died. Former Boston Celtic player Sam Jones was 88 when he passed away. 1 Jones died Thursday night in Florida, where he had been hospitalized in failing health, Celtics spokesman Jeff Twiss said. The team planned a moment of silence before Friday’s game against the Phoenix Suns. "Another one of my dear friends lost," Celtics broadcaster Cedric Maxwell wrote on Twitter. "Well, the banks are open in heaven this #NYE." A North Carolina native, Jones played for Hall of Fame coach John McLendon at North Carolina Central before Celtics general manager Red Auerbach selected him eighth overall in the 1957 draft despite never seeing him play. Most read in SportCOACH GONE NFL legend John Madden watched doc on his football career only days before deathWINNER WINNER What to know about the results of Duke's Mayo Bowl'TOTALLY GONE' Scarlett Bordeaux reveals 'busted' breast implant wrecked WWE plansSTORM OVER Toni Storm has WWE deal ripped up and asked to leave days after losing to Flair He went on to average...
    ARSENAL will look to continue their rich vein of form as they take on Premier League leaders and title favourites Man City on New Year's Day. The Gunners have been brilliant recently but haven't played since a 5-0 win over Boxing Day because their game with Wolves on December 28 was postponed. 2Foden scored in Man City's win against Brentford on WednesdayCredit: Reuters 2Saka has been one of Arsenal's best players this seasonCredit: AlamyJOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) City beat Brentford 1-0 to extend their lead beyond Chelsea to eight points and look on course to defend their crown this term. Arsenal will also be without manager Mikel Arteta as the Spaniard tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday afternoon. What time does Arsenal vs Man City kick-off? Arsenal's big clash with Man City will get going from 12.30pm UK time on Saturday, January 1. The clash will take place at the Emirates Stadium. There will be a...
    CHARLES MARTIN has called out Deontay Wilder and claimed the former WBC heavyweight champion is lacking ‘in a lot of areas’. The American heavyweights twice held talks about getting it on inside the ring during 2020. 2Charles Martin has called out Deontay WilderCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 2The Bronze Bomber has hinted at retirement since losing to Tyson FuryCredit: Reuters But those were ended when the Bronze Bomber won an arbitration case leading to secure his trilogy clash against Tyson Fury. The 36-year-old was beaten by the Gypsy King and has since hinted at retirement. Meanwhile Martin will face Luis Ortiz on January 1 in an IBF eliminator instead as he vies to get into the world title picture. Ahead of that, Martin revealed to Sky Sports about that potential showdown with Wilder and insists he was confident of victory due to the star’s lacking a number of things in his skillset. Martin, 35, said: “It would have been a great opportunity. “I always knew there was a possibility that things wouldn't go in my favour, but I had still...
    REECE JAMES was forced off against Brighton as Chelsea's injury problems went from bad to worse. The right-back was grimacing with pain and had to be helped by two physios as he headed down the tunnel. 1Reece James was forced off early onCredit: Reuters James was hobbling badly and looked to be struggling with a hamstring issue, according to Amazon Prime Video, after earlier being on the receiving end of a tough Tariq Lamptey tackle. Christensen also went down off the ball and received treatment before continuing. More to follow... Most read in SportCOACH GONE Raiders issues statement after John Madden dies unexpectedly at 85LATE LEGEND Meet late NFL legend John Madden's familyWRITER GONE ESPN reporter dies at 44 after colon cancer battle in same hospice as his wifeMADDLY IN LOVE Who is Virginia Madden? Wife of late NFL legend John Madden FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN NEW CUSTOMER DEALS ⚽ Read our Transfer News Live blog for the very latest rumours, gossip and done deals
    VICTOR LINDELOF has shared a positive update to Manchester United fans after his horrendous December. The Sweden captain, 27, was fitted with a heart monitor after clutching his chest and complaining of discomfort during the win over Norwich. 1Victor Lindelof has shared a positive update with fans following his heart scare and bout of CovidCredit: AP Lindelof returned to United training but was then quickly struck down by coronavirus. Prior to his Covid isolation, the defender and wife Maja spent time in hospital after youngest son Francis contracted viral meningitis. And with Lindelof now stuck at home recovering from his bout of Covid, he has checked in with supporters to reveal he hopes to be 'back soon'. In a short video message on Instagram, Lindelof said: "I just want to check in real quick and say thank you for all your messages in the past couple of weeks. "I really appreciate it, so thank you so much for that. "At the moment, I'm just home, I feel fine and hopefully I can be back with the guys soon. Most read...
    SALLY Morgan spent much of the pandemic penning an uplifting book to help people through dark times and deal with the grief of losing a loved one. But in a cruel twist of fate, on the day it went to press in September, the renowned medium suffered a tragedy of her own - when her beloved husband John died of Covid at the age of 73. 4Sally Morgan lost her husband John to CovidCredit: Wayne Perry 4The couple had been together 50 years, married for 46Credit: Instagram The couple had been married 46 years and John, who had been double vaccinated, died in her arms at East Surrey hospital.  Now in her first interview since his passing, psychic Sally, 70, opens up about the "physical pain" of losing the man who has been her rock throughout her career - and how she still talks to him now, even though he's gone. “I’ve lost grandparents and an uncle I was close to, but I’ve never been through the grief that I'm experiencing now,” she tells The Sun.  “It's like someone has...
    TYSON FURY could barely run three miles a month before his epic trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder. Fury's preparations for his third clash with the American were rocked by Covid and daughter Athena's stint in the intensive care unit at Liverpool's Alder Hey Hospital. 4Tyson Fury registered a stunning 11th-round KO victory over Deontay Wilder last weekendCredit: GETTY 4But The Gypsy King could barely run three miles a month before the fightCredit: The Sun 4Dad John reckons was seriously concerned about how the Gypsy King would fare in the trilogy fightCredit: BT Sport Dad John encouraged his son to keep busy during his stay at the hospital by going for a run and was left stunned when he outpaced the Gypsy King. He told Sky Sports: "I went to Alder Hey Hospital, I accompanied him just to keep him right. "I said, 'Look, you've got to do some form of exercise, just don't sit in here. "Let's go for a bit of a run, you'll feel better after it.' "I'm 56 years old, 20 stone, I outran him. We...
    CHELSEA legend Joe Cole has recalled how John Terry once 'lost the plot' after winding him up in training. The 39-year-old won three Premier League titles, two FA Cups and a League cup with the ex-Aston Villa assistant coach at Stamford Bridge before joining Liverpool in 2010. 3Joe Cole has lifted the lid on one incident that infuriated John Terry during Chelsea trainingCredit: Reuters 3Blues legends Cole and Terry won three Premier League titles together at Stamford BridgeCredit: Reuters And it has been revealed how Terry was left 'wanting to kill' the ex-West Ham ace following one incident in training. After it was announced that EA Sports have announced Cole as a FUT Hero for FIFA 22, he commented on one of his memories of Terry. Ashley Cole gave a backdrop to the story when speaking to Chelsea's YouTube channel. He said: "You’ve sold him a step-over, a massive step-over, give him the old shoulder and the worst part about it is you’ve only gone, ‘sit down son!’ "JT wanted to kill you, I started laughing, he wanted to kill...
    She's been spotted living it up with Elton John and David Furnish and her boyfriend Andrew Watt in St Tropez in recent weeks.  But it's far from the first time that model and songstress Charlotte Lawrence, 21, has brushed shoulders with some of the world's biggest celebrities.  The rising star is the daughter of producer/screenwriter/director Bill Lawrence, who created Scrubs, and actress Christa Miller, who starred on the series as Jordan Sullivan.  She also has a host of cool Hollywood pals, including BFF Kaia Gerber, who is herself the daughter of 1990s Supermodel Cindy Crawford and businessman Rande Gerber, and Kit Keenan, the Bachelor star and daughter of Cynthia Rowley.  The model, who has been signed to IMG for years, also has a blossoming music career, with 3.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify. From holidaying with Elton John's family to hanging out with Kaia Gerber, the daughter of Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence and actress Christa Miller, Charlotte Lawrence, 21, has risen to the top of the social pack Meanwhile Charlotte also has a host of cool Hollywood pals, including BFF Kaia...
    Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) appeared on Thursday’s Faulkner Focus on Fox News and said President Joe Biden is a “wokerista” who is farther to the left than the leader of the Bolshevik Revolution. It was the second day in a row Kennedy made the claims on a Fox News show, having used similar material the previous night on Tucker Carlson Tonight. Kennedy is just the latest Republican to portray Biden as a radical leftist despite the latter’s long record of moderate positions that have irked the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. Harris Faulker asked the senator about White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s reaction to the fatal shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, OH this week. Police were responding to a report of a disturbance and came upon a melee in which Bryant was brandishing a knife and appeared on the verge of stabbing someone. Psaki noted, “Police violence disproportionately naturally impacts Black and Latino communities.” A New York Post headline said Psaki “racialized” the killing and Faulkner asked Kennedy to respond, though she misspoke to the word to him...
    John Petty. Sarah Stier/Getty Images Alabama lost an extra possession on Sunday due to a close replay call. Just before the ball bounced out, it grazed Alabama's John Petty's shorts, giving UCLA the ball. Is this really what we want replay to be? Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Alabama lost a tightly contested game in the Sweet 16 on Sunday night, thanks in part to the loose shorts of John Petty. With the Crimson Tide leading 61-60 with just over two minutes remaining, Petty had the ball dribble off a UCLA defender's foot. The ball went through Petty's legs and out of bounds, but replays of the moment showed that the ball had just barely grazed Petty's shorts before leaving the court. By a fraction of a thread, it was UCLA ball.—Patrick Greenfield (@PCGreenfield) March 29, 2021The play again raises the question: is this really what we want out of replay in sports? Fans have long called for officials to "get it right." Obviously, on the biggest calls, replays must allow officials to correct potentially game-changing...
    JOHN CENA has hit back at Undertaker’s claim WWE has turned ‘soft’ - and even said he ‘gets blamed for ruining sports entertainment’. The Phenom, 55, – real name Mark Calaway – retired at Survivor Series last year after 30-years in the wrestling ring. 4John Cena has hit back at Undertaker's claims WWE has become 'soft'Credit: WWE 4The phenom retired in November after a glittering three-decade careerCredit: WWE He was a legend of Vince McMahon's promotion, being a main-stay during the brutal Attitude Era with gritty matches and X-rated storylines. But Taker has told how he struggles to watch the WWE's SmackDown and RAW shows at present - as the programme has changed so much. When asked if he is still a viewer, he told The Joe Rogan Experience: “I try. It's tough right now, for me, because the product has changed so much. “It's kinda soft. I'll probably p*** a lot of people off but they need to hear it.” Now fellow WWE icon-turned-Hollywood superstar Cena, who recently confirmed he won’t be at WrestleMania 37, has followed Roman Reigns...
    With every day that passes in which Minority Leader Mitch McConnell filibusters the organizing resolution for the Senate to pass unless Democrats promise him he can filibuster President Biden's agenda in the coming years, he further cements his legacy. Not as a Senate mastermind, but as a white supremacist extortionist. Mind you, he's been that for most of his career, but didn't really come into full realization of it until the nation elected a Black man, President Barack Obama. He did it in large part by using the filibuster, a "Jim Crow relic" in Obama's own words. Obama called for eliminating the filibuster in his eulogy for Rep. John Lewis to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, "making sure every American is automatically registered to vote, […]  adding polling places, and expanding early voting, and making Election Day a national holiday, […] guaranteeing that every American citizen has equal representation in our government, including the American citizens who live in Washington, D.C. and in Puerto Rico, […] ending some of the partisan gerrymandering—so that all voters have the power to...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A small business owner from Aurora was already working hard to make ends meet during the pandemic. Now, his business might sink because of some opportunistic thieves. John Kittleson works hard. He’s a former U.S. Marine. After he served, he got a tech job. John Kittleson (credit: CBS) He grew weary of the corporate world, so he quit to start his own welding business while going to school. He says last year he only took one day off because the pandemic was tough on business. “If I’m one thing I’m resilient,” he said. Tuesday morning, he suffered another huge setback. His work truck with $13,000 worth of tools in it was gone. “That was absolutely devastating. I’ve worked over the span of many years to accumulate the tools and the resources that I had in that truck.” (credit: John Kittleson) Luckily he had a security camera pointed at it. He reviewed the footage and saw it was stolen. Two crooks cased his truck and eventually broke in. He thinks they hotwired it and drive off. “It was...
    Soap opera star John Reilly has died at 84, according to his daughter Caitlin Reilly. 'John Henry Matthew Reilly AKA Jack,' Caitlin said. 'The brightest light in the world has gone out. Imagine the best person in the world. Now imagine that person being your dad. I’m so grateful he was mine. I’m so grateful I got to love him. I’m so grateful I made it in time to hold him and say goodbye.' Caitlin had emotional words for her father, a soap opera stalwart who played Sean Donely on General Hospital from 1984 until 1995, and Dr. Dan Stewart on As The World Turns. RIP: Soap opera star John Reilly has died at 84, according to his daughter Caitlin Reilly 'I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do, but I know he’ll be with me,' Caitlin said. 'I love you forever Daddy.' Reilly's General Hospital costar Finola Hughes told TVLine he was like 'a big brother to' her and described him as the 'kindest man you ever could find. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    Train derailment leaks corrosive product near Texas-Louisiana border Costco is dropping popular coconut milk after allegations of monkey labor, PETA says Gegard Mousasi praises Douglas Limas toughness at Bellator 250, expects John Salter next UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Douglas Lima didn’t win the Bellator middleweight title on Thursday, but if it’s any consolation prize, his opponent Gegard Mousasi was impressed. © Provided by MMAJunkie Mousasi (47-7-2 MMA, 5-1 BMMA) defeated the Bellator welterweight champion Lima (32-8 MMA, 14-4 BMMA by unanimous decision to claim the promotion’s vacant middleweight belt. After the fight, Mousasi voiced his surprise with Lima’s toughness and power in the cage. “(Lima was) a tough opponent,” Mousasi told reporters, including MMA Junkie, at the Bellator 250 post-fight news conference. “I underestimated him in the beginning, maybe. He’s in his prime. Beating him, I was more technical. That’s why I beat him. This is a guy who is in his prime. He’s difficult to put away. I’d rather have a finish, but he wouldn’t go away. After the first round, I knew this guy was gonna stay for...
    Contrary to reports, Seton Hall’s best player from the end of last season is not gone. He’s not preparing for the NBA Draft. No, Myles Powell did not gain an extra year of eligibility. The player? Sandro Mamukelashvili. And the do-it-all 6-foot-11 senior forward is ready to build off his strong finish and emerge as the Pirates’ clear leader. “I’ve been working for this moment,” Mamukelashvili said on Wednesday during the league’s virtual media day after he was a named unanimous first team preseason selection by the Big East coaches. After missing 10 games due to a fractured right wrist last year, Mamukelashvili returned in late January and keyed the Pirates’ run to a share of the Big East crown. By the time postseason play began — and was abruptly canceled due to COVID-19 — Mamukelashvili was Seton Hall’s best player. He averaged 15.1 points and 7.7 rebounds over his last eight games. After flirting with going pro, he returned to school and is intent on going from Robin to Batman. “I really thought toward the end of last year...
    Chrissy Teigen told followers she was "very concerned," as she returned to Instagram after losing her baby boy Jack. The model mom demanded to know why the 'pretty filter' is gone. 8Chrissy Teigen told followers she was 'very concerned,' as she returned to Instagram after losing her baby boy JackCredit: Instagram 8The model mom demanded to know why the 'pretty filter' is goneCredit: Instagram Chrissy said in a since-expired video on her Instagram stories: "Guys, I'm very concerned. What happened while I've been gone to the pretty filter? The simple one. It wasn't too much. You could make it warm. Where is it? I leave for a f**king month, and the pretty filter's gone!?" In she video she appeared with a natural face and just her hair wrapped in a towel. 8Chrissy said in a since-expired video on her Instagram stories: 'What happened while I've been gone to the pretty filter?'Credit: Instagram 8Late last month, Chrissy announced she and John lost their baby Jack after suffering 'excessive bleeding'Credit: Instagram Late last month, Chrissy announced she and John lost...
    Many of President Donald Trump’s critics have been warning that as terrible as his presidency has been so far, a second Trump term would be even worse if he defeats his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, in November. Journalist Tyrone Beason, in an article published in the Los Angeles Times on September 8, talks to some major political figures who believe that the United States could slide into full-fledged authoritarianism if he wins a second term — including John Dean, who served as White House counsel under President Richard Nixon in the early 1970s. Dean told the Times, “I worked for the last authoritarian president, and he was dangerous enough. Trump makes Nixon look like a choirboy. If we get four more years of him, then our democracy will be gone.” Fox News’ Chris Wallace, Beason notes, asked Trump if he would accept the election results if he loses to Biden — and he responded, “I have to see.” That statement, according to Beason, is a prime example of why Trump’s critics are so worried. Michael Waldman, president...
    John Lennon was the chippy, clever, quick-witted Beatle, a snarl of contradictions: both vicious brute and snivelling baby. He was hardly halfway through his natural life when it was extinguished.  More than any other artist, he has come to be regarded as the symbol and the conscience of his age. But who, or what, was the real John Lennon – and when did the ‘real’ John Lennon die? Was his happy-go-lucky boyhood demeanour extinguished by the death of his mother?  Yoko was the alpha female John needed, the partner he felt he deserved. She could hold her own in sophisticated company where John tended to feel inhibited. He would look to Yoko for guidance and approval in most things, as a child looks to his mother. Tellingly, he called Yoko ‘Mother Having fashioned himself as a leather-clad rocker, what made him relinquish that edition of himself so readily, allowing the gritty band he had founded to be restyled as a mop-shaking cop-out? And why did he allow himself to be subsumed by a bubblegum popstar? At the height of the Beatles’...
    The NW Film Center canceled an Aug. 6 outdoor screening of the 1990 movie "Kindergarten Cop," starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, after it was excoriated on Twitter for glorifying the traumatization of children by police and compared to "Birth of a Nation" and "Gone with the Wind." The film had been planned to serve as the kick-off event for a "Cinema Unbound" summer drive-in movie series at Zidell Yards, according to Willamette Week. The movie stars Schwarzenegger as a detective who goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher in order to root out a drug dealer whose child may be one of the students in the class. It was filmed in Astoria, Ore., and turns 30 in December of this year. The NWFC chose it  "for its importance in Oregon filmmaking history," according to a press release. However, their stance quickly changed following a Saturday tweetstorm by left-leaning Portland author Lois Leveen. Leveen went on a Twitter rant six tweets long about how the film is exploitative and has no comedic or redeeming qualities. She also referenced a "school-to-prison" pipeline and claimed the police frequently arrest American children and throw them in...
    Alex Thomas July 30, 2020 0 Comments Former President Barack Obama was among a number of speakers at the Atlanta funeral of civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis and though there were early questions about how the former commander-in-chief may address the presidential election less than 100 days away, Obama delivered his speech with a call to action. The 44th president told the crowd, “Bull Connor may be gone, but today we witness with our own eyes police officers kneeling on the necks of Black Americans. George Wallace may be gone, but we can witness our federal government sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators.” After applause from the congregation, Obama continued, “We may no longer have to guess the number jelly beans in a jar in order to cast a ballot, but even as we sit here, there are those in power who are doing their darnedest to discourage people from voting by closing polling locations and targeting minorities and students with restricted ID laws and attacking our voting rights with surgical precision.” Moments...
    Weeks before Elephant Revival was slated to play Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2018, the group of musicians — along with the fourteen-year-old relationship between bandmates Daniel Rodriguez and Bonnie Paine — broke up with an announcement that they would be going on an indefinite hiatus. While fans puzzled over the abrupt end of the beloved band, Rodriguez kept moving: writing songs, chronicling his grief. "It was a romantic breakup that was also intertwined with my professional life," he explains. "It was kind of a double whammy. Given some time, two years after, I've done a bit of healing and a bit of perspective-gaining, and just do my best to move through all that stuff emotionally."Related Stories The Lumineers, OneRepublic, Rateliff Play Colorado Gives Back Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival Releases New EP Elephant Revival Pushes the Boundaries of Acoustic Music Now, in the middle of a pandemic, Rodriguez is about to debut his first full-length solo album, filled with songs written toward the end of Elephant Revival and in the aftermath. On Thursday, July 16, he's premiering the...
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