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May 03 2023
QUEENS, NY— Moms do so much for everyone around them. We try to celebrate them all year long, but Mother's Day is a perfect opportunity to shout it from the rooftops and post it on Patch: Mom rocks! Here at Patch, we've launched an initiative to help recognize the awesome moms and mom figures in communities like yours. This submission comes from Natalie and Christian who nominated Gloria ofPatch.com
Jun 22 2023
Queen Latifah and Billy Crystal are among the 2023 Kennedy Center honorees The recipients of the 46th Kennedy Center Honors have been announced. The award for lifetime artistic achievement will recognize actor and comedian Billy Crystal; celebrated soprano Renée Fleming; singer-songwriter and Bee Gees band member Barry Gibb; actress, singer and rapper Queen Latifah; and singer Dionne Warwick.NPR Fact Check
May 24 2023
Resident doctors at Elmhurst Hospital Center are ending their three-day strike will return to work after reaching a tentative agreement. The 165 doctors, employed at Elmhurst through the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and unionized with the Committee of Interns and Residents, claimed victory in the strike, which they said was motivated by the issue of pay parity. On the picket linesNew York Daily News
Jul 08 2023
Here’s the good news for Class A boys’ lacrosse teams: Keegan Lathrop is the last of Cape Elizabeth’s four lacrosse-playing brothers. Here’s the bad news: He has one season left. As a junior this season, Lathrop was the spark plug of the Capers as they went undefeated and won a third consecutive state championship. Lathrop scored 62 goals this spring, including four in a 17-6 win over SouthPortland Press Herald
Jul 07 2023
Owners of an independent bookstore, a transgender woman, an educator who teaches wearing costumes, and several businesses are challenging Montana’s law banning drag queens from reading to children in public schools and libraries, known as “Drag Queen Story Hour.” According to the Associated Press, the federal lawsuit was filed on Thursday and alleges that the law is in violation of the U.S.Townhall
Jun 16 2023
WASHINGTON — President Biden unexpectedly ended a speech on gun control Friday by telling his audience, “God save the Queen, man” — after warning that they could be liable for the actions of people who steal their cars. The 80-year-old president’s signoff confounded listeners, including journalists in the room at the University of Hartford’s campus in Connecticut. “Several of you have asked meNew York Post (News)
Jul 06 2023
Sen. J.D. Vance — the Trump-backing former venture capitalist — is trying to lead Republicans in a new cause: cracking down on big banks.
Following a Senate campaign in which he pledged to prioritize rural America over titans of industry, the Ohio lawmaker is using a seat on the Banking Committee to flex his populist bona fides, teaming up with Democrats including Sens. Elizabeth WarrenPolitico
Jun 01 2023
While most celebrities and athletes remain silent on or even endorse Pride Month, some are choosing to take a stand against it. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is one of them. Kershaw has disagreed with the team management’s decision to invite the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence — an anti-Catholic drag queen group — to the team’s June 16 “Pride Night” game. In response to the team'The Blaze
Mar 08 2021
Meghan and Harry on being snubbed by Queen Elizabeth, how race plays a role in royal family in new Oprah clips
Oprah Winfrey is sharing more of her groundbreaking interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, after the two-hour program aired on CBS Sunday night.
In the previously unaired clips, the couple discuss why they believe race played a difference in how Meghan was treated by Buckingham Palace and British tabloids. They also open up about a visit to see Queen Elizabeth thatCBS News (Online)
Jul 18 2023
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio House Republicans want to ban drag queens from library story hours and other children’s events, classifying the appearances as “adult cabaret performances” that are harmful or obscene to children. House Bill 245, introduced Monday, is sponsored by 43 members of the GOP supermajority. It would define adult cabaret performers as drag queens, topless dancers, go-go dancers,Cleveland Plain Dealer