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The Bold And The Beautiful (B&B) Spoilers And Recap Tuesday, June 27: Steffy Worried – Zende Hits The Brakes

The Bold and The Beautiful (B&B) spoilers and recap Tuesday, June 27, 2021, reveals in Los Angeles Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) sends Kelly Spencer off on a playdate while she hangs out at the cliff house with baby Hayes and Finn Finnegan (Tanner Novlan). Finn gushes over Stephanie’s finer points, including the fact that she is smart, is fierce, and loves with all her heart. Finn and Hayes make a pact to convince Steffy to get married and fast.
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Mamma Mia! Princess Stephanie rocks a 70s-inspired satin kimono as she's joined by her children at ABBA-themed ball to support Fight Aids Monaco

Princess Stephanie and her brood made a striking appearance at Fight Aids gala in Monaco earlier this week. Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier's daughter, 56, looked ever the doting mother as she proudly posed with her three children, Pauline and Louis Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb, along with their plus ones at Sporting Monaco.
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Bobby Kotick finally responds to Activision Blizzard employees: our initial response was 'tone deaf'

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick has issued a letter to all employees in the wake of a lawsuit alleging widespread sexual harassment and discrimination at the company. In the letter Kotick describes the company's initial responses to the lawsuit as "quite frankly tone deaf," and promises that leadership is "immediately evaluating managers and leaders across the company." The letter comes the evening before a planned walkout by Activision Blizzard employees.
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Activision CEO Bobby Kotick Comments On Harassment Allegations

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick has issued a public statement addressed to all employees concerning the harassment lawsuit against his company. This has been a difficult and upsetting week. I want to recognize and thank all those who have come forward in the past and in recent days. I so...
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Latinx Legal Marketing Book Soars to Amazon’s #1 New Release and Gains Buzz From Press

Beyond Se Habla Español: How Lawyers Win the Hispanic Market is a must-read for the modern American lawyer. After being released just over two weeks ago, “Beyond Se Habla Español: How Lawyers Win the Hispanic Market”, authored by the founders of Nanato Media, Natalie Fragkouli and Liel Levy, has quickly become an Amazon best seller in the Law Office Marketing and Advertising and Customer Relations categories.
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Bermudians are ‘bursting with pride’ as triathlete Flora Duffy brings home the country's first Olympic gold

The Caribbean island of Bermuda officially has its first-ever gold medal at the Olympic Games, thanks to the efforts of Flora Duffy. The 33-year-old triathlete won the women's event on July 26 in Tokyo, Japan, after a delayed start caused by unfavourable weather conditions affecting the course in Tokyo Bay. Her victory also gives Bermuda the distinction of being the least populous country ever to win Olympic gold:
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Smallest DNA Sample In History Used To Solve Decades-Old Murder Of Las Vegas Teen

Using a little over a dozen human cells, police named Darren R. Marchand as Stephanie Isaacson's killer. In 1989, someone brutally attacked and murdered 14-year-old Stephanie Isaacson on her way to school in Las Vegas. But they left behind a tiny clue. Now, using the remains of just 15 human cells, investigators have finally solved the cold case and named Darren R. Marchand as her killer.
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Jeopardy! contestant flops as LeVar Burton makes debut as guest host

LeVar Burton’s stint as guest host on Jeopardy! got off to a memorable start. Monday’s episode of the popular quiz show saw one contestant set a new record for the lowest all-time score in Jeopardy! history. According to Yahoo!, Patrick Pearce, a product specialist from Fountain View, Calif., racked up...
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The Walking Dead's Josh McDermitt Teases Eugene's Fate In Season 11

After more than a decade on the air, AMC's long-running horror survival series "The Walking Dead" is coming to a close, and fans are eager to find out how their favorite characters will fare in the final episodes thanks to a new full-length trailer. While there are still plenty of mysteries waiting to be unraveled in Season 11, the actor who plays Eugene, Josh McDermitt, may have dropped some hints about his character's fate on a recent panel.
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