Eileen Smith Dallabrida Special To The News Journal Published 10:00 p.m. UTC Aug 21, 2018 WHO: Lori Weldon, 53, of Bear, stylist at White House Black Market in Greenville. WHY: She was nominated by Michele Webb, who says, “No matter where Lori goes, she looks amazing, like a celebrity. She knows how to dress and she knows how to carry herself, what every woman should aspire to.” HER STYLE: Joyful and initiative, with a little funk. “I totally love to dress up and mingle with the crowd when my husband Tim is out playing guitar. I’m a breast cancer survivor and my husband and I have made a conscious decision to live every day to the fullest.” WEARING, at Schaefer’s Canal House in Chesapeake City: FIRST OUTFIT — Turquoise midi dress from Bebe; silver beaded tasseled necklace with silver oblong earrings and white and silver bangle bracelets from White House Black Market; silver embellished Swarovski watch; metallic silver heels from Nine … [Read more...] about Stylist believes clothes should be fun, and form-fitting
Danica Kirka, Associated Press Updated 1:11 am CDT, Tuesday, August 21, 2018 Photo: Frank Augstein, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this Thursday, Jan.18, 2018 file photo, Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle leave after a visit to Cardiff Castle in Cardiff, Wales. When Meghan wore jeans from the Hiut Denim Company, there was worldwide publicity about a firm in Wales which started to re-employ workers displaced when the local factory closed, helping small companies like Hiut buck the globalization trend. less FILE - In this Thursday, Jan.18, 2018 file photo, Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle leave after a visit to Cardiff Castle in Cardiff, Wales. When Meghan wore jeans from the Hiut Denim ... more Photo: Frank Augstein, AP Not the Satanic mills: small-scale clothes making … [Read more...] about Not the Satanic mills: small-scale clothes making catches on
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A three-year-old boy from Virginia Beach is dead, and neighbors said he was found in the clothes dryer. He reportedly lived with his father, Chet Lloyd, on the 2300 block of Brigadoon Ct. Police said he was pronounced dead at the home on August 7. So far, no charges have been filed. According to a dispatch call, the child was "crying" and "sick" throughout the night. Since the incident, Lloyd has been evicted from the home. Read more from WTVR-TV. NewsOK highlights articles of interest from selected websites to increase the scope of commentary and coverage available to readers. Readers are linked back to the source of the content. … [Read more...] about 3-year-old pronounced dead after allegedly being found in clothes dryer
By Cornelius Frolik, Staff Writer A loyal customer base is being credited with saving a men’s clothing store in downtown Dayton that had a brush with catastrophe after a burst pipe caused serious flooding. Price Stores at 52 S. Jefferson St. reopened its main men’s showroom this month after being closed for more than 10 months because of water damage. RELATED: Looking for new office space? New downtown Dayton program to help first-timers The store, which first opened in 1950, survived by keeping a small portion of its business open for proms and weddings, said Edd Wimsatt, the business owner.“We haven’t missed any rentals, wedding parties or commitments,” he said. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 Ex-Miamisburg teacher convicted of sex with student drops appeal 2 13-year-old boy who drowned in Stillwater River has been identified 3 Mystery of infant found in Ohio phone booth in 1954 solved … [Read more...] about Downtown clothing store survives flooding, building ownership change
Amber Ferguson, The Washington Post Published 5:47 am CDT, Monday, August 20, 2018 When Akbar Cook started as vice principal four years ago at West Side High School in Newark, the situation was dire. Cook, 42, said the school was seeing two or three kids every summer killed because of gun violence. He remembered one instance in which a body of one of his students was found in a trash can behind a building. "I needed to find a way to save them," Cook told The Washington Post. "It really affected me having my kids killed." It wasn't just violence that was plaguing the school. Two years ago, a 16-year-old student entered through the school's metal detectors. As security stopped to check her bag, Cook said she argued with the men and threw her water at them. She didn't want anyone to see what was inside her bag. After the cops came to see what was happening, they looked in the student's bag and found something unexpected: dirty underwear and clothes. "She was homeless that … [Read more...] about New Jersey students were bullied online for wearing dirty clothes. The school just installed washers and dryers.