Tension with the Culinary Union has created an opening for Sanders' rivals. Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg released a Nevada ad promising to let union members keep their health care plans. He tweeted: “There are 14 million union workers in America who have fought hard for strong, employer-provided health benefits. Medicare for All Who Want It protects their plans and union members' freedom to choose the coverage that's best for them.” … [Read more...] about ‘Medicare for All’ is driving a wedge through labor movement
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Hollywood actors know a bad performance when they see one, and on Wednesday, they gave a big thumbs down to billionaire and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who made his first debate appearance following his late entry into the presidential race. … [Read more...] about Hollywood Cheers Warren Comeback in Nevada Debate and Eulogize ‘F**ing Waste of Space’ Michael Bloomberg
"I leave napkins folded all over the house. Like, I'll use a napkin and instead of taking the time and effort to go throw it away, I'll just fold it up and set it down as if, 'Well, that's folded, so that belongs there,'" he said. "So there's just a little trail of napkins." … [Read more...] about Chris Pratt dishes on the one thing he does that annoys his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger
The issue, according to Lerman, is more complex given the nature of Hollywood and the various power structures at play. While there are plenty of important stories to tell featuring people of color, there are only a small number of people of color in Hollywood with the clout to get a film green-lit—especially since we’re living in an age where international box office trumps domestic. This troubling disparity often results in a white star needing to be featured in a film with a predominantly minority cast to secure the necessary financing—as was the case with Pitt’s appearance in 12 Years A Slave, a film produced by his company, Plan B. And who can forget the controversy over the outrageous Italian movie posters for 12 Years A Slave, which prominently featured the film’s white movie stars—Pitt and Michael Fassbender—in favor of the movie’s real star, Chiwetel Ejiofor. … [Read more...] about Can ‘Belle’ End Hollywood’s Obsession with the White Savior?
JuniorsAlexandra Abbott, Katherine Abbott, Abigail Abdi, Benjamin Abrams, Joshua Abrams, Renee Alnoubani, Trevor Arndt, Murphy Barja, Danielle Barnard, Talia Barras, Tea Barton, Noa Bennafield, Tess Berman, Nicole Brooks, Aubrey Charron, Madeline Chen, Andrew Cibik, Morgan Cohen, Lauren Cohn, Rachel Cohn, Maria Coles, Henry Collins, Matthew Fluker, Ben Fox, Sydney Fox, Halli Friedman, Bradley Freidrich, Jonah Glenn, Elizabeth Grant, Raina Grosswald, Jonah Hirsch, Hayden Jacobs, Josh Katz, Blair Kearns, Kellen Kruglewicz, Aahil Lalani, Sydney Levitan, Julianna Lewis, John Mason, Hayla McClain, Macy Medlin-Hall, Jonah Menikoff, Elle Mezzio, Hannah Miller, Liza Miller, Giselle Montalban Silvestre, Nissa Newman, Hana Ozaki, Joshua Perkey, Rain-Marie Robertson, Gray Schneider, Alyssa Simon, Sacha Sims, Maili Skollar, Amanda Solomiany, Kyra Solovei, Lily Stoumen, Jennifer Tenorio, Alex Tovin, Braxton Tucker, Viha Umashankar, Naomi Wagner, Ashley Wang, Annie Rose Weinstein, Victoria Williams, … [Read more...] about Riverwood Charter Schools Inducts 91 Students Into Honor Society