Cardi B shared a picture of her daughter Kulture smooshing birthday cake into her face on her first birthday (10.07.19).The 26-year-old rapper's baby girl - whom she has with husband Offset - had a mini food fight with her mom in their kitchen, which was decked out with rainbow balloons and cupcakes.Cardi had the sweet moment Kulture covered her in icing captured, and captioned the Instagram post: "Alittle quick 12 o clock turn up my baaaaaaaaaaaybeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....Ok goodbye. (sic)"Offset - whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus - also paid tribute to his daughter and shared a picture of her wearing a romper with 50 per cent Kiari, 50 per cent Cardi and 100 per cent Kulture printed on it and a pink tutu.Alongside the snap, he gushed: "YOU ARE SO PERFECT LOVE YOU KKHAPPY 1st BDAY I LOVE YOU (sic)"Cardi recently admitted she was planning to splash out $400,000 on Kulture's birthday.The 'I Like It' hitmaker said: "Kulture birthday party no lie, I'm spending about $400,000. And it's … [Read more...] about Kulture covers mom Cardi B in cake on first birthday
Patrick Gagne with a friend at German Heritage Day. . Toby, owned by Catina and John Seggie, showing his speed. Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Some of the antics and actions drew laughs from the spectators. Resee, owned by Leslie Banks, decides to slowdown and do some sightseeing. Einstein, owned by Steven Ho, stops to check out his neighbors. Sunset Beach resident Theresa Seggie exhorts her dog Tinker Bell to run faster. Freida Mills lowering Diva into the start box. Claudia Van Loo and Amber Suchaire relax after Dori's races. Dori's tutu might have ruined her aerodynamics on the track. Toby gives Huntington Beach resident John Seggie a kiss. Helena Messrah relaxes with Herb the Herbmeister. Huntington Beach resident Nichole Cooper with sons Carter and Gavin enjoying the music of the German band and German Heritage Day. Tina Ross, of Huntington Beach, enjoying the hearty German fare. Marlin Jarausch and Tryn Masoncup … [Read more...] about Photos: Dachshund races, brass band kick off German Heritage Day in H.B.
Pamela Joyner (left), Dave Chappelle (center), and Colin Kaepernick (right), all recipients of the award, listen to a speech during the medal ceremony. Harvard’s thousand-seat Sanders Theatre was packed to the gills for the annual presentation of the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal at the Hutchins Center Honors, a celebration of achievement, diversity, and activism.A grand total of 17 separate standing ovations greeted the stars present at the ceremony. Speakers ranging from professors Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Cornel R. West ’73 to athlete-activist Colin Kaepernick, comedian Dave Chappelle, and Kehinde Wiley — an African American portrait artist who painted Barack Obama’s official presidential portrait — all called for increased advocacy for marginalized groups.Other notable attendees included University President Lawrence S. Bacow, students from local high schools, the Harvard Men’s Basketball Team, Muhammad Ali’s family, and Jaylen Brown of the … [Read more...] about Kaepernick, Chappelle, Stevenson Receive W.E.B. Du Bois Medals in an Overflowing Sanders
SAN FRANCISCO—In the fall of 1989, during the Cold War’s wan and washed-out final months, the Berlin Wall was crumbling—and so was San Francisco. The powerful Loma Prieta earthquake, the most destructive to hit the region in more than 80 years, felled entire apartment buildings. Freeway overpasses shuddered and collapsed, swallowing cars like a sandpit. Sixty-three people were killed and thousands injured. And local Soviet spies, just like many other denizens of the Bay Area, applied for their share of the nearly $3.5 billion in relief funds allocated by President George H.W. Bush. FBI counterintelligence saw an opening, recalled Rick Smith, who worked on the Bureau’s San Francisco-based Soviet squad from 1972 to 1992. When they discovered that a known Soviet spy, operating under diplomatic cover, had filed a claim, Smith and several other bureau officials posed as federal employees disbursing relief funds to meet with the spy. The goal was to compromise him … [Read more...] about How Silicon Valley Became a Den of Spies
Obituaries Wednesday, July 25, 2018, 12:05 a.m. Share this story Richard “Dick” B. Ball, 88, of Naalehu died July 19 at Life Care Center of Hilo. Born in Santa Monica, Calif., he was a teacher, inventor, entrepreneur, manufacturer of educational materials and U.S. Navy Korean War veteran. Private services a later date. Survived by wife, Judith Guertin of Naalehu; three daughters; six grandchildren and a great-grandson. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary. Lauriana “Laurie” Bibilone, 85, of Mountain View died July 15 at Life Care Center of Hilo. Born in Olaa, she was a retired cook for Kuhio Grille and the former Chaddy’s and Boomers Fountain, waitress at the former Plantation Kitchen in the onetime Sheraton Waiakea Village and member of St. Theresa Catholic Church in Mountain View. Visitation 5-6 p.m. Sunday (July 29) at Dodo Mortuary Chapel. Memorial urn service at 6 p.m. Casual attire; flowers and lei welcome. Urn committal service noon … [Read more...] about Obituaries for July 25