Although Kelly Ripa and her daughter, Lola Consuelos, don’t see eye to eye at times, they still love each other unconditionally. In fact, Kelly has been teaching her daughter all about the world since Lola opened her eyes for the first time in June 2001. Since that day, the Live With Kelly and Ryan star’s little girl has brought so much joy into her mother and father, Mark Consuelos‘ lives.
Adam grew up with six siblings from the age of six in Manchester, New Hampshire, where he attended Manchester Central High School. He is considered a class clown from an early age, but it wasn’t until he was seventeen and at the insistence of his brother that he tried his hand at the Boston Comedy Club for the first time as a stand-up comedian. He quickly notices his talent and continues to develop it during his studies at New York University.
'The writing is on the wall. Why can't they read it?': Teens aren't getting the Covid-19 vaccine even at clinics meant for them
Leaders of the nonprofit Neighbor2Neighbor had high hopes for their Covid-19 Vax to School clinic in Randolph County, Georgia. Their rural town about 170 miles south of Atlanta has not fully embraced Covid-19 vaccines, but the group's clinics earlier in the year were popular. After the county schools temporarily closed due to Covid-19, they knew this one was needed.
The National Inventors Hall of Fame, which celebrates innovators and trailblazers both living and dead, will induct its first-ever Black female honorees this year. Dr. Patricia Bath, an ophthalmologist and laser scientist, and Marian Croak, a computer engineer, will make history as part of the organization’s class of 2022. They are joined by 22 other annual inductees, whose portraits in the Arlington, Virginia, hall of fame will be unveiled next May.
Bi-weekly COVID testing will return to campus starting Oct. 4, the COVID monitoring team emailed undergraduate students on Sep. 24. This protocol applies to all students regardless of their vaccination status. Testing will take place on Mondays and Thursdays on both campuses. Failure to test will result in the deactivation...
University of Illinis at Urbaana-Champ issued the following announcement on Sept. 27. Kevin T. Leicht, a professor of sociology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, will testify before the U.S. House of Representatives Science, Space and Technology Committee’s Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Leicht’s remarks will...
When Wyatt Rockefeller graduated from college in the mid 2000s, he followed a not unexpected career path for the son of a well-known consumer advocate (Wendy Gordon) and an equally well-known environmental lawyer (Laurance Rockefeller Jr.). In 2007, he went to work on a Presidential campaign (Barack Obama’s) and then, in 2008, took a job with the new administration (a position at EPA). His next move, joining a clean-energy startup in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, was also no surprise.
NASA launched its powerful new Landsat 9 Earth-observing satellite into orbit on Sept. 27, 2021, on a mission to monitor our planet's land resources. The mission rode to orbit on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, lifting off from Space Launch Complex 3 at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. See photos of the launch and mission preparations in this Space.com gallery!
Broadway theater's Tony Award for best orchestrations, presented Sunday night at the Winter Garden Theatre in Manhattan, went to Northport-raised Justin Levine for his work on the hit "Moulin Rouge! The Musical." A first-time Tony nominee, Levine, 36, shared the award with teammates Katie Kresek, Charlie Rosen and Matt Stine...
The National Inventors Hall of Fame has been around for nearly five decades but hasn’t included any Black women in its ranks — until now. Engineer Marian Croak and the late ophthalmologist Patricia Bath will make history as part of the next cohort of inductees, the nonprofit announced this past week. They are the first Black female inventors to receive this honor, which has been bestowed on some 600 other innovators both living and dead.
Academia is no fan of Bitcoin. The vast majority of professors are hugely biased against it. For example, Professor of Economics Nouriel Roubini of New York University doesn’t even try to hide his intense hatred for Bitcoin. Roubini told Bloomberg that "the Flintstones had a better monetary system than bitcoin" and has repeatedly called it a “bubble” since 2015. When asked to give expert testimony to the U.S. Senate, Roubini called Bitcoin “the mother of all scams'' and smeared all its supporters as “scammers, swindlers, criminals, charlatans, insider whales and carnival barkers.”
Several financial experts predicted that the Harvard endowment will post returns of at least 20 percent when it releases figures for fiscal year 2021 in October. By Amy Y. Li. Several financial experts predicted that the Harvard endowment will post returns of at least 20 percent when it releases figures for fiscal year 2021 in October, forecasting that strong markets will boost the University’s recovery from the pandemic and bring its endowment to its largest sum in history.
University of Nebraska Omaha criminologist Justin Nix said: “The evidence that proactive policing works is pretty solid.” A new article for Vox by German Lopez sets out some of that evidence. Noting the surges in homicides across major American cities – up a staggering 131 percent in Minneapolis in 2021...
Chicago based NBA reporter Jamal Collier joins ESPN, covering Midwest region teams including the reigning NBA Champion Milwaukee Bucks, Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves. Collier will begin by reporting from the Milwaukee Bucks’ 2021 Media Day. Jamal Collier:. “I’m so thrilled for this new chapter in my career and the...
She lives in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. (a)(b) She previously lived in Glendale, California, USA and in Elgin, Illinois, USA. (b)(c) In her LinkedIn profile, she described herself as a “natural born leader” who is “results-driven and easy to adapt with experience in the fast pace tech start up world.” (d)
The South’s first historically Black college, Clark Atlanta University, was founded on Sept. 19, 1865. It started as Atlanta University and consolidated with Clark College in 1988 to form Clark Atlanta University. CAU is acclaimed as having a top-rated, and now award-winning, MBA program. Annually, the National Black MBA Association...
Alpha Epsilon Pi at Northwestern University is under investigation after several people said they were drugged at the fraternity house without their consent. An email from the university sent to students and faculty Friday said it had received multiple reports of drugging after a gathering on campus at 584 Lincoln St. in Evanston, which is the address of the school’s AEPi chapter. AEPi’s national mission statement bills itself as “the world’s Jewish fraternity.”
Michael Richards was obsessed with flight. His imagination glided at a high altitude, producing a rigorous body of work filled with wings, planes, pilots, and myths. So fascinated was he by aviation that when he died, aged thirty-eight, on September 11, 2001, his art was said to have foreshadowed his fate. “Are You Down?,” the artist’s first retrospective, brings together his sculptures, installations, and dozens of drawings at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami. Many of the works have been freshly unearthed, after being stored for years in Richards’s cousin’s garage, thanks in part to the cocurators, Melissa Levin and...
Frank Fertitta III and his wife Jill have once again spared no expense in celebrating their daughter’s exchanging of vows. Over the weekend, Victoria “Tori” Fertitta, the Fertittas’ youngest daughter, wed local Las Vegas businessman Daniel Crowe in an over-the-top gala that area insiders say is rumored to have cost many millions of dollars.