The news anchor claims he was fired after complaints by Scientology

New York City TV host and Dodge Landesman thought he had thick skin after a 15-year stint as a rapper on the VH-1 reality show “Ice-T’s Rap School” and an unsuccessful loss of a seat on the New York City Council when he was just 18 years old. But he claims he was no match … Read more

Entrepreneurship Powers Daymond John and Robert Harjavec Speak at SIF 2023 News

Diamond John and Robert Harjavec will share their experiences at SIF’s “Investor Lounge”, which will bring together a group of government officials, directors and executives, providing attendees with a unique opportunity to network and share knowledge about sustainable business practices and achieving term goals. Organized by the Sharjah Foreign Direct Investment Office (Invest in Sharjah), … Read more

When good economic news may not be good news

Is it time to slow down or even reverse monetary tightening? Answering these questions with “yes” is becoming an increasingly popular view. Markets are certainly acting as if the days of tightening are numbered. They may be right. But, crucially, they will only be right about the future of monetary policy if economies turn out … Read more

How Books Fill Hollywood’s Voracious Need for Great Stories – Pasadena Star News

As far back as Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz, Hollywood has made a habit of adapting popular books into stories for the screen. (Fun fact: The first book brought to the screen dates back to 1899, when French director Georges Méliès made a version of “Cinderella.”) But in recent years, the … Read more

Outstanding Alumni and Philanthropists Inspiring Future Generations with Scholarships Awarded and Medical Alumni Association Support – Faculty of Medicine News

Early in his life, Mahir Elder, MD, Res. ’02, Phil. He knew ’05, ’06 he wanted to be part of something bigger: He wanted to be part of a community of physicians who not only have the best interests of patients and their care, but also stand up for them. “There are very few professions … Read more

NYC is lagging behind in processing food stamps and cash assistance, report from Mayor Adams admits – New York Daily News

New York City’s welfare agency failed to timely process more than half of all food stamp applications over four months last year — and the cash assistance claim clearance rate was nearly as bad, Mayor Adams’ administration acknowledged in a report this week. The mayor’s initial management report under the city charter was released quietly … Read more

A New Work Flying With Real Butterfly Art – St. George’s News

St. George –A young entrepreneur flaunts ownership of the business by displaying real butterflies in an art frame. Ashlyn Gubler, owner of Butterfly Effect Studio, poses by her wall of work, St. George, Utah, January 23, 2023 | Photo by Jesse Pang, St. George News “A lot of people have deep spiritual connections to butterflies,” … Read more

Art Industry News: LVMH Helped the Musée d’Orsay Purchase Impressionist Masterpiece for $47 Million + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments emerging from the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, January 31st. Need to read Designer Paul Smith to stage a Picasso show – The famous British designer was invited by the Musée National Picasso Paris … Read more

Marcel Sabitzer: Manchester United and Chelsea are inquiring about the inclusion of the Bayern Munich midfielder | Transport Center News

Manchester United and Chelsea have inquired about signing Bayern Munich midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, according to reports Sky Germany. United’s need for a midfielder intensified after Christian Eriksen was sidelined with injury until at least April. Chelsea have been working on a move for Benfica’s Enzo Fernandes, but that deal has yet to be fully agreed. … Read more

Classroom Clinic is a “savior” for mental health services | News

In 2019, psychiatric nurse Su Jiling founded the Classroom Clinic out of frustration with the lack of access to mental health services in rural areas. After nearly four years, the company will soon expand to a larger size thanks to help from the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) board. Sue Gilling, founder of the Classroom … Read more