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Elizabeth Smart activist for abused children : Conference

Elizabeth Smart activist for abused children

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — It was one of the most notorious kidnapping cases in our country. This week, survivor Elizabeth Smart visited a women’s benefit in Metro Detroit. WJBK reports that on Wednesday, the 25-year-old spoke out about abuse and victim support at the Women of Vision benefit in Southfield, which was hosted by the National Council of Jewish Women. “I ... Read More »

Jamie Lynn Grumet Pathways To Family Wellness Magazine

Jamie Lynn Grumet Pathways To Family Wellness

We love breastfeeding. We especially loved breastfeeding when we were small, bald and toothless. It’s a beautiful thing, and no woman should ever be told when or where she can or can’t breastfeed. Because when baby hunger strikes, Mother Nature abides, mmk? But what we can’t figure out is why Jamie Lynn Grumet’s breastfeeding four-year-old Aram always gets the urge ... Read More »

Elian gonzalez joins cuban military : Cuba Releases Photo

Elian gonzalez joins cuban military

This April marks the ten-year anniversary of when Elián González was forcibly removed from the home of relatives in Miami and returned to his father in Cuba. The Cuban propaganda machine, ever aware of the symbolism of Elián, has no qualms about exploiting the boy, now 16, when it serves the regime’s purpose. The AP reports the government released today ... Read More »

Shawn kemp opens oskar’s kitchen : Photo

shawn kemp opens oskar’s kitchen

The NBA might be gone from Lower Queen Anne, but one former Sonic is back. Shawn Kemp and his wife, Marvena, opened Oskar’s Kitchen last month at 621 1/2 Queen Anne Ave. N. across from the MarQueen Hotel last month. The restaurant, in the space formerly occupied by Acadia Bistro, features the Bubble Room lounge with a large fish tank ... Read More »

Dennis rodman visits north korea : makes second trip

Dennis rodman visits north korea

Basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman arrived in North Korea on Tuesday to visit communist leader Kim Jong Un, spurring hopes that a jailed American tour operator might be freed as a gesture of friendship between the two eccentrics. Rodman, on his second visit to the Hermit Kingdom this year, appealed to Kim after his first visit in February to ... Read More »

Shawn portwood reveals that Amber will be out of jail early

The Ashley is thrilled to break this story! Teen Mom star Amber Portwood is about to be released from prison, The Ashley can exclusively reveal! Amber, who entered the Rockville Correctional Facility in Indiana in June of 2012, after being convicted of domestic battery on baby-daddy Gary Shirley, as well as possession of a controlled substance, is going to be ... Read More »

Debbie nelson says eminem is a liar

Eminem’s mother has come out swingin’ with claims that her son lied about his trailer park childhood to become a successful rapper. Debbie Nelson has penned a tell-all book which claims that Marshall Mathers III invented his “trailer trash” image to be accepted in the hip-hop industry. In her tell-all book ‘My Son Marshall, My Son Eminem’, Nelson wrote: Read More »

Bill Hudson on Kate Hudson: She’s a spoiled brat

This fall Bill Hudson’s book is set to hit the shelves and the proverbial stuff is likely to simultaneously hit the fan. The 61-year-old father of Kate Hudson from his marriage to Goldie Hawn is letting the family drama fly the book that seemingly has two titles: So You are a Star: Coming to terms with fame, infatuation, and family ... Read More »

MLB Rookies of the Year : Fernandez and Myers deserve to win

MLB Rookies of the Year

Outfielder Wil Myers of the Tampa Bay Rays was named American League Rookie of the Year, while Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez took the National League honors when the awards were announced by Major League Baseball on Monday. The 22-year-old Myers, acquired before the season in a trade with the Royals for pitching ace James Shields, lived up to expectations ... Read More »