Meghan Markle, who has had a whirlwind career within the public eye, from being an actress on “Suits” to a British Royal, to leaving the UK with Prince Harry for a non-royal life in the US. Now, following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Meghan has been vocal about her position opposing the Supreme Court’s decision, with some speculation regarding her interest in going into politics in the near future. In fact, Markle has even expressed that she would consider running for president, with her primary agenda focusing on finally passing the Equal Rights Amendment and fighting for the equality of women that has been severely diminished recently.
Month: June 2022
Daily Harvest Sued Over Illness Linked to Products
Mail-delivery health-food company Daily Harvest is amid a lawsuit for traces of foodborne illnesses in their products. On Monday, an Oklahoma woman by the name of Carol Ann Ready sued the health-food giant, alleging she was hospitalized because she ate the company’s “French Lentil + Leek Crumbles,” and she eventually had to have her gallbladder removed.
Calvin Harris Confirms Release Date of New Album
Calvin Harris has confirmed the release date and name for his new album, ‘Funk Wav Bounces Volume 2’. The album was announced via the Scottish producer’s social media, including a billboard photo near the ten freeway on the way to the infamous Coachella Festival with the new album title. “Summer ’22, it’s happening,” Harris wrote on his Instagram caption to the image.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Joining Supreme Court Following Stephen Breyer’s Retirement
83-year-old Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who was appointed to the court by former President Bill Clinton in 1994, has officially retired after serving for 28 years. Replacing Justice Breyer is U.S. federal judge and attorney Ketanji Brown Jackson, who was sworn in this afternoon in Washington, DC. Jackson was appointed by President Joe Biden, and is now officially the first ever African-American woman to serve on the Supreme Court.
Florida Man Wrongfully Incarcerated Recently Freed by An Attorney Newly Out of Law School
A Miami-based lawyer changed the life of a man who spent over 32 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Thomas Raynard James had been incarcerated for 30 years by the time attorney Natlie Figgers, an attorney two years out of law school when friends of James reached out to her in an attempt to raise money for his defense in 2020.
Thousands of Monkeypox Vaccines to be Distributed Immediately in the US
The Monkeypox virus is surging through the U.S. as cases are rising in all fifty states. The Biden administration is said to distribute the monkeypox vaccine across the country, focusing on people that are at risk, such as immunocompromised individuals and communities with the highest number of cases, White House officials announced Tuesday. The U.S. The Department of Health and Human Services will send out 56,000 doses of the Jynneos vaccine to areas with high transmission. Additionally, 240,000 doses will be sent out over the next few weeks, moving into summer and fall. Officials expect to make at least 1.6 million doses sent out by the end of the fall.
Why Sitcoms Are The Best Type Of Shows
magine sitting down to watch something on TV, only to realize that you have nothing new to watch— what is the go-to show you choose? Whether you realize it or not, the type of shows that people most consistently return to are sitcoms. Personally, I lean towards shows that are humorous, comforting, and generally help me to escape into someone else’s world for a bit. Programs like “New Girl,” “Ted Lasso,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” all possess that crucial feature that drama shows do not, which is the characteristic I have coined, “rewatchability.”
Op-Ed: Maeve Reilly is the Best Celebrity Stylist
When it comes to celebrity fashion, no one does it quite like celebrity stylist Maeve Reilly. The 35-year-old New York native has had a passion for styling since her teenage years and her drive has landed her some of Hollywood’s most influential celebrities.
Sarah Jessica Parker Opens Up About The Problematic Beauty Standards of Aging
Fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker has criticized the ageist nature of conversations that surround women’s beauty standards as they grow older, commenting on the unnecessary characterization of women as “brave” for embracing their gray hair and wrinkles. This hot topic was brought up in her “Sex and The City” reboot, “And Just Like That” by the character Charlotte, who criticized the character Miranda for refusing to dye her gray hair. SJP has pointed out how problematic it is that women are either congratulated for “aging gracefully” after feeling pressure to use products or undergo surgery to make them look younger, or they are applauded for having “courage” that they actually embrace the age they are without attempting to conform to the absurd beauty standards.
Steve Carell to Star In Imaginary Friends Alongside John Krasinski
Actor Steve Carell recently expressed and shared his excitement for his reunion with actor John Krasinksi in their new upcoming film, Imaginary Friends. Before this reunion, the two previously starred in the immensely popular NBC sitcom, which was a remake of the British show, The Office.
Flashback Artist of the Month for July 2022 Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Mouse-pointer Bio Sailing Bio Born in San Antonio, Texas on May 3rd, 1951, Christopher Cross is a singer and composer who became one of the biggest stars of the 80s. He began his career in 1979 with a self-titled album and became the […]