Daily Archive: June 4, 2018
Few soul and R&B music aficionados ever doubted that singer Clarence Fountain, one of the three founding members of the long-running Blind Boys of Alabama gospel group, would have been one of the great secular singers of his time had he chosen that route.
But to Fountain, that was not the way God…
At the opening of classes in public schools nationwide on Monday, teachers demanded an increase in the basic monthly pay from P20,179 for the entry level to P30,000, an amount almost equal the base pay of a Police Officer 1 or a private. In Central Luzon, teachers belonging to the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) […]
The US Supreme Court delivered a historic but limited victory Monday to a Colorado baker who refused to design a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, in a closely-watched case pitting gay rights against religious liberty.
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Howard Schultz, who built a small Seattle coffee chain into the global powerhouse Starbucks, announced Monday he was retiring from the company, fueling speculation he may seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.
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Sydney Pollack’s 1975 film “Three Days of the Condor,” adapted from author James Grady’s 1974 conspiracy thriller “Six Days of the Condor,” has now become a miniseries, simply titled “Condor.” Like a game of telephone each has something to do with the previous version, while turning into something…
Former US president Bill Clinton said he had not spoken to Monica Lewinsky since the revelation of their affair and that while he had apologized to her publicly he did not think a private apology was necessary at this point.
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“The most beautiful thoughts are always besides the darkest,” Kanye West announces to begin his exasperating new album, “Ye.” So here, side by side, are two seemingly contradictory conclusions I’ve reached after listening to this thing pretty much nonstop since it came out Friday morning:
Laura Prepon is officially married! The Orange Is the New Black star tied the knot with her fiancé, actor Ben Foster, and announced the news on her Instagram account on Sunday. “Just Married! Thank you for all the love and support. Wishing all of us the good stuff!” she captioned a photo from their special day. The adorable snap revealed the actress wore a sleeveless gown while her husband looked dapper in a shirt, vest, and pants, which he paired with a hat.
Laura and Ben were first linked after they were spotted out together in NYC in July 2016, but Laura actually met Ben when she was 18 through mutual friendships with her That ’70s Show costars Danny Masterson and Ashton Kutcher. Ben was previously engaged to actress Robin Wright, whom he had an on-again, off-again romance with from 2012 until 2015.
In August 2017, the couple welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Ella, after confirming their engagement at the movie premiere of The Girl on the Train in October 2016. Congrats are in order for the newlyweds!