It might be hard to believe, but there was a time when Meghan Markle wasn’t famous enough for fashion designers. While she was a regular on "Suits," she apparently wasn't appearing in enough movies for the fashion industry to notice her. “There were times when designers wouldn’t send her anything because she wasn’t an A-list actress or she wasn’t doing movies,” Martin said. MEGHAN MARKLE WAS A FAN OF BOXED MAC AND CHEESEApparently, after being ignored by stylists, Markle learned to fend for herself. An emotional Martin told King, “I know her so well and I know she doesn't deserve all this negative press.”
May 26, 2019 18:16 UTC
Credit: WWE.comWWE can't push everyone at once, and some stars are finding that out the hard way. In fact, that is already happening to some stars who have previously been utilized as main eventers or key pieces in major storylines. Here are five major stars WWE is clearly giving up on. HarperCredit: WWE.comIf it wasn't obvious that WWE was waving the white flag on Harper a while ago, it certainly is now. Braun StrowmanCredit: WWE.comIt's time to accept the reality that WWE doesn't view Braun Strowman as highly as its fans do.
May 26, 2019 18:11 UTC
Moviegoers voted with their dollars and chose the familiar over the new this Memorial Day weekend. WILL SMITH HAS SEEN NEW 'ALADDIN' AND HE'S EXCITED"We're delighted," said Cathleen Taff, Disney's president of theatrical distribution. WILL SMITH THOUGHT NEGATIVE REACTION TO HIS GENIE IN LIVE-ACTION 'ALADDIN' WAS FUNNYDISNEY DROPS NEW TRAILER FOR LIVE-ACTION 'ALADDIN' MOVIE"I'm so pleased that Rotten Tomatoes launched this, it means people bought the ticket. With an international gross of $121 million, "Aladdin" has already earned over $207 million globally. 'BOOKSMART' STAR BEANIE FELDSTEIN OPENS UP ABOUT DEATH OF BROTHER"Anyone out there saving @Booksmart for another day, consider making that day TODAY," Wilde wrote.
May 26, 2019 18:09 UTC
For Sam Calagione, a founder of the craft brewery Dogfish Head, his company’s efforts to get healthier had a selfish origin. “I started to notice that I was getting an everything bagel on my midriff,” said Mr. Calagione, attributing the weight gain to the multiple beers he drinks daily for work. The craft beer market has expanded rapidly over the past decade, as breweries across the United States have dreamed up whimsical and inventive beers, often with unconventional ingredients — Beet sugar! — along with high calorie counts and elevated A.B.V. The same breweries are now looking to make products similar to one they have long ignored and even scorned: watery, light beer.
Source:New York Times
May 26, 2019 18:00 UTC
Firefighters found 15 cars ablaze when they arrived just after 2 a.m., according to the department. Smoke then stretched into the interior of the building. Thirty-four firefighters put out the blaze in 57 minutes, according to the department.
May 26, 2019 17:59 UTC
Dorsal Capital Management Llc decreased its stake in Tableau Software Inc (DATA) by 12.82% based on its latest 2018Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ:AEIS) has declined 22.97% since May 26, 2018 and is downtrending. Some Historical AEIS News: 15/05/2018 – Advanced Energy Signs Distribution Agreement with Mouser Electronics to Enhance Customer New Product Introduction Experience; 08/05/2018 – Advanced Energy Announces Dynamic Reverse Pulsing That Dramatically Enhances Power System Performance; 30/04/2018 – AEIS SEES 2Q ADJ EPS CONT OPS $1.30 TO $1.40, EST. 69.98 million shares or 2.06% more from 68.57 million shares in 2018Q3 were reported. After $-0.74 actual earnings per share reported by Tableau Software, Inc. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -72.97% EPS growth.
May 26, 2019 17:51 UTC
Some Historical GSVC News: 08/05/2018 – GSV CAPITAL CORP – NET ASSETS OF $9.99 PER SHARE AT MARCH 31, 2018; 16/04/2018 – Course Hero’s Andrew Grauer to Speak at 2018 ASU + GSV Summit; 23/03/2018 – GSV Capital Corp. 5.92 million shares or 4.28% less from 6.18 million shares in 2018Q3 were reported. Cambridge Inv Advisors Inc has invested 0% in GSV Capital Corp. (NASDAQ:GSVC). Glenmede Tru Na holds 0% of its portfolio in GSV Capital Corp. (NASDAQ:GSVC) for 400 shares. The Ontario – Canada-based Royal Bancshares Of Canada has invested 0% in GSV Capital Corp. (NASDAQ:GSVC).
May 26, 2019 17:48 UTC
A grocery store chain has issued a recall for bags of flour over concerns about E. coli contamination after at least 17 people have been sickened in eight states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that 17 people in eight states have been sickened with a strain of E. coli. FDA is working to determine whether other brands or lots of flour may be potentially contaminated and need to be recalled," the CDC said. "Some people with an STEC (E. coli) infection may get a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome," the CDC sates. "Consumers are reminded to not consume any raw products made with flour.
May 26, 2019 17:48 UTC
Getty ImagesRecent reports that the SAT will provide an “adversity score” for applicants have spurred a wave of criticism. In the ten days since the Wall Street Journal broke the story about what has become known as the “adversity score,” critics have piled on. It’s not as though the “adversity score” is the only thing admissions officers will consider. Standards for high school grades vary widely from school to school. By the time they take the SAT, it’s become a canyon that neither test prep nor an adversity score will do much to narrow.
May 26, 2019 17:48 UTC
9:56Electric Scooters: Israel’s Two-Wheeled Solution to Traffic and SabbathElectric-scooter rental companies are hitting speed bumps in the U.S. over safety and other concerns. But in Tel Aviv, one in 10 residents has rented a Bird e-scooter, and the city appears to be embracing them. WSJ’s Jason Bellini takes a look at the challenges and potential lessons of the e-scooter craze.
May 26, 2019 17:37 UTC
New York Yankees’ Didi Gregorius stretches before a Gulf Coast League baseball game Monday, May 20, 2019, in Tampa, Fla. Gregorius is playing for the first time since having Tommy John surgery. — Left-hander James Paxton and shortstop Didi Gregorius are closing in on their returns to the New York Yankees while right-hander Jake Barrett is heading to the injured list. Paxton will have one more meeting with Boone, Yankees team doctor Christopher Ahmad and athletic trainer Steve Donohue on Monday in New York. Barrett felt some discomfort in his right elbow while warming up during Saturday night’s 6-5 win over Kansas City. Dellin Betances, recovering from a right shoulder impingement, will resume throwing bullpens either Monday or Tuesday.
May 26, 2019 17:37 UTC
“I will say Giannis is going to get better,” Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said after the Game 6 loss. “I like to think for us and to be excited about his future at 24 — I mean, it's just the easy narrative that this is part of Giannis' [growth]. But I think the thing that makes Giannis unique and exciting is in our minds, we feel like he's going to get a lot better. At 24 some guys are — I don't want to say they are who they are — and some of the great ones at 24 were the same at 30 and 32 and so on and so forth. Giannis, we feel like, has got a lot of room to grow.”
May 26, 2019 17:35 UTC
Roberts said left-hander Tony Cingrani suffered a setback with his left shoulder during a rehab outing for triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday. He said Cingrani, who has been on the injured list all season with a left shoulder impingement, was to be reexamined. … Outfielder Andrew Toles, who reported to the Dodgers’ spring training facility last month after not reporting for spring training because of a personal matter, isn’t at Camelback Ranch anymore, according to Roberts. ...Verdugo has been dealing with back tightness, Roberts said, and wasn’t in the Dodgers’ starting lineup Sunday after being taken out early Saturday. Roberts, however, said he expects Verdugo in the lineup Monday against the New York Mets.
May 26, 2019 17:26 UTC
MOCA is at the center of one of the more intriguing details in the series of stories senior editor Alice Short put together on the past, present and future of downtown Los Angeles’ Grand Avenue. Describing his decades-long involvement as a driving force in making Grand Avenue an art and culture hub, philanthropist and entrepreneur Eli Broad recounts his frustration with Bunker Hill Associates, the developer consortium that, Broad writes, “wanted to put the museum inside its condo building, which I thought was insulting.“ Broad convinced the developers that architect Arata Isozaki’s building would be good for foot traffic, but had to agree that part of the building would be underground so that visitors could see the nearby apartment towers. “It was an unfortunate compromise for Los Angeles for a talented architect (who won this year’s Pritzker Prize),” Broad says, “and for me.”
May 26, 2019 17:24 UTC
BERLIN — Germany’s top official responsible for efforts against anti-Semitism suggested this weekend that Jews should not wear their skullcaps everywhere in public, setting off a debate about balancing personal safety and the right to religious freedom in the country. The recommendation by Felix Klein, a federal official, came amid growing evidence that, three-quarters of a century after the Holocaust, anti-Semitism is on the rise. In the interview published by the newspaper Die Welt and other outlets on Saturday, Mr. Klein said his thinking on the issue had changed. “I can’t tell Jews to wear the kippa everywhere in Germany,” he said, referring to the traditional skullcap. The remark suggested a sobering state of affairs in Germany, analysts said.
Source:New York Times
May 26, 2019 17:07 UTC