As someone who didn’t encounter a fresh, uncanned green bean until age 20, I am sensitive to the fact that everyone’s culinary journeys are different. I never like to presume which foods other people are familiar with, because geography, generational food trends, and individual palates vary wildly (not to mention cultural traditions, the relative accessibility of certain items, and the like). What I’m saying is, I’ll never balk at you if you tell me you’ve never eaten a Fluffernutter or sipped o
Poet and activist Amanda Gorman wrote in a New York Times op-ed that she nearly declined reciting her poem “The Hill We Climb” at the presidential inauguration out of fear for her life. CNN reported she felt herself and her family would be targeted by the white supremacist mob who had previously rioted the Capitol Building Jan 6.
From Hustlers to The Inventor, we've been seeing a slew of female scammers in pop culture recently. The latest grifter to get the onscreen treatment is none other than fake heiress Anna Delvey - born Anna Sorokin - an NYC "socialite" who stole money from her friends to keep up with her fake, lavish lifestyle.
A federal judge closed his courtroom to the public Friday to hear attorneys debate whether “racially insensitive” text messages should be allowed as evidence in the hate crimes trial of three white men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery. U.S. Magistrate Judge Benjamin Cheesbro spent more than two hours hearing arguments from prosecutors and defense attorneys behind closed doors, as evidence of racist actions or attitudes by the defendants had been ordered sealed from public view. In November, a Georgia state court convicted father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and a neighbor, William “Roddie” Bryan, of murder in Arbery's death.