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Bears kicker Cody Parkey took the blame for a 16-15 loss to the Eagles after missing a 43-yard field goal in the final minute Sunday. The ball hit the left upright and bounced off the crossbar.
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Standing Rock Sioux gave Kyrie Irving a new Native American name and a new family in a sacred ceremony.
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If you use a moisturizer religiously yet your face still looks dull, itâs time to add a serum. Theyâre light and thin, and specifically formulated to penetrate skin, smoothing out your rough spots.
Arielle Kebbel’s sister has broken her silence with an important message. Julia Kebbel spoke out for the first time since going missing for nearly two weeks in February, explaining in a post on Arielle’s Instagram account that she’d suffered a “psychotic break” related to her bipolar disorder and is now happily on the road to recovery.
Crewneck sweaters are essentially the Swiss Army knife of knits: theyâre the versatile staple piece that can work with everything else youâre planning on wearing this fall. That familiarity and ubiquity makes them a great place for designers to experiment â itâs as if theyâre a blank canvas thatâs just waiting for the right artist.
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Drake Bell says there are ‘no hard feelings’ between him and Josh Peck after the ‘Drake & Josh’ star didn’t invite his onscreen step-bro to his wedding.
Lawson confident he's missing piece for Rockets
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Rosie O’Donnell posts a statement on her website and tweets a picture of her daughter, Chelsea O’Donnell, who she claims has gone missing. Bob Mezan reports.
Rosie O’Donnell publicly appealed for help on Tuesday to find her 17-year-old daughter, Chelsea, whom she said has been missing for a week.
Dez (hamstring) missing practices with Rams
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YFN Lucci releases the video for his track “Missing You” off his latest EP Wish Me Well, which has garnered over 1M views on LiveMixtapes. Lucci has been touring continuously over the last six months with stops all across the country and continues to grow as the next artist to break from the successful indy label TIG (also home to Rich Homie Quan and Trinidad James).
With “Wish Me Well” currently available on iTunes, YFN Lucci revisits the project as he provides the official Be El Be-directed video for “Missing You.” Lucci utilizes a creative blend of singing and lyricism that come together effortlessly to create a unique sound with a southern touch as he visualizes his latest single.
LOS ANGELES—In a groundbreaking discovery that could help shed light on the evolution of fame, anthropologists from UCLA announcedThursday that they had unearthed a potential missing link between A- and B-list celebrities. “Though such a link has been hypothesized for decades, our team was able to identify a possible transitional individual, which we discovered in a recent independent film, who appears to exist between big-name, bankable movie stars and the secondary tier of supporting and small-screen actors,” said lead researcher Heather Collins, noting that any evidence linking the leading cast of Avengers: Age Of Ultron to California’s most vaguely recognizable character actors could serve as a clue to how stars have ascended the Hollywood ranks over the ages. “When considering the highest apex celebrities, such as George Clooney or Meryl Streep, we must ask: What preceded them? This missing link could be the key to understanding how a …
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I grew up in southern Indiana right where the Ohio River makes a curly seam against Kentucky. I was a Southern Baptist boy, at first by tradition and then by choice. That’s what we Southern Hoosiers did in those days.
Those circumstances were the perfect yet unfortunate set up for a lot of heartache. As my teenage years progressed, I gradually discovered that I was the devil in disguise, so to speak, for everyone around me. I was a homosexual, the despised and mythical creature about whom the Sunday school teacher warned us. I’m being dramatic about it now, but back then the stakes were quite high.
Nothing seems to change in my home state. It seemed a bit of a miracle when the marriage ban was struck down, then perhaps a bit predictable when Indiana became the latest state to pass a religious freedom act. On Monday, the state became the latest to pass such legislation. Gov. Mike Pence has said he’ll sign it.
I’m no longer a Christian, but I very much remember the mindset of the fundamentalist. Modern American fundamentalism is a faith of mean-ness — of exclusion — of turning your fears into God’s will and your gossip into prayer requests. I remember it well.
The irony is they completely think they’re doing the right thing…what Jesus would do.
The Jesus Christ of my imagination gladly makes flowers and cakes for gay people. I mean, that seemed to be his M.O. in scripture, hanging out with and helping people regardless of what they believed. Alas, the Jesus Christ of my imagination is irrelevant. What matters now is the savior in the minds of those pressing for the protection of their so-called religious freedom.
It seems an easy realization, that this religious freedom comes at the cost of oppressing another. But in defense, they would very much say the same applies to them, and now we are in a Catch 22 of prejudice.
The answer (and I can’t believe I’m about to say this) is Jesus. The man who who loved all unconditionally. For those so concerned with the inevitable coming of gay marriage, is it not time to sincerely ask, “What would Jesus do?”
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Fourteen-year-old Ashley Summers vanished in 2007 — just blocks away from Ariel Castro’s Cleveland “House of Horrors” — and besides a brief phone call to her mother in 2008, she hasn’t been heard from since. Recently, the FBI released a surveillance photo taken at a Rhode Island ATM of a woman with striking similarities to Ashley.
In the video above, Marc Vaillant, a facial recognition expert, and Susan Constantine, a body language expert specializing in human behavior and facial recognition, analyze the photo — watch and see what they conclude. And, tune in to Dr. Phil Monday, to hear about the cold case of Michelle Parker, a young mom who has been missing since 2011. Watch more from this show here.
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Most of the NFL players who’d been to a Pro Bowl in Hawaii missed much about it last week as the game was played in Arizona for the first time.
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Brian says he has been living a parent’s worst nightmare since last July, when his teenage daughters, Sydney, 15, and Danielle, 14, vanished while visiting their mother, Michelle, for the summer. Two weeks later, Michelle also disappeared. Brian, who was granted full legal custody of the girls, says he believes his ex-wife is hiding them.
“I am absolutely convinced Michelle and her family know where the girls are,” Brian says. “They are responsible for their disappearance,” an allegation her family denies.
Brian’s oldest daughter, Brittany, 19, says she believes her sisters ran away so they wouldn’t have to live with their dad, who she claims is overbearing, controlling and abusive. “I thought it was normal to be afraid of my dad,” says Brittany, who hasn’t seen her father in a year. “It was like living with a ticking time bomb.”
No one has seen Sydney or Danielle since July 9, 2014, but a few videos of the teens have surfaced. Dr. Phil tells Brian that a new video of the teens was received by the Dr. Phil show. Watch it above, and see Brian’s reaction.
On Dr. Phil on Monday, Dr. Phil looks back at what the court reports say about Brian and Michelle during the custody dispute. Could that offer any clues into the teens’ disappearance? Click here to see more from this show.
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When I was growing up, my family was a bit unorthodox, on multiple levels. At the same time it was the best of what a family can be.
The love was unconditional.
I have been thinking about that word a lot this year. As I delve deep into the issues of homeless LGBTQ youth, I often hear the youth say that what they are most missing are consistent adults in their lives, ones who can provide a safety net — and unconditional support.
When I returned from college at age 21, I moved back home while I looked for a job. Many of my friends did this in 1984, and a large percentage of the population still does this in 2014.
My parents — my mom, my stepdad and my bio dad — always showed me unconditional love and support. When I came out as lesbian at age 17, I had their support (though my mom struggled, mainly because she didn’t want me to suffer). My mom is the one who told me about a job opening at GayLife newspaper in 1984. When I co-founded Windy City Times in 1985, they were supportive. And when I started my own papers (Outlines, BLACKlines, etc.), they pushed me to do my best. They even gave me a $ 1,000 loan, 20 years before a bank would.
What I see in this next generation of LGBTQ youth is that, for many of them, their hierarchy of needs has been so neglected that they have no trust that anyone will catch them when they fall. And most young adults do fall at some point.
There are thousands of good people and dozens of agencies trying to help on the issue of homeless youth in Chicago. But it is clearly not enough. We must, as a community, do better.
As a result of the Windy City Times youth summit in May, and the subsequent 70-page report, we have been trying to fill in the gaps where youth asked for support. This includes a storage task force being headed by Lara Brooks and funded by the Pierce Family Foundation and the Polk Bros Foundation; the 750 Club Apartment Adoption Project I am spearheading with fiscal sponsor AIDS Foundation of Chicago; a task force on transit costs we are working on with the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless; a job fair we co-hosted with local agencies, including Chicago House, Center on Halsted, Affinity and TransTech; an upcoming entrepreneurial training with StartOut, MB Financial Bank and the Center; a laundry project we hope to launch in 2015; and prevention efforts, foster-care outreach, a push to have colleges better serve their homeless populations, and much more.
The Apartment Adoption Project is what I am most focused on right now. The city and other groups are trying for a “housing first” model of support, since people can’t hold down jobs, go to school, care for their own children, or lead physically and mentally healthy lives without consistent shelter. The apartments will all be managed by existing housing agencies, not individuals. Team captains commit to getting their friends together to raise enough for one apartment for two years. I am hoping this leads to mentorships and other longer-term relationships with youth, ones that can create stability and connection for long-term success. How about each major corporation’s LGBT employee group, and each welcoming religious institution, sponsors its own apartment? Or our sports organizations, political groups and social clubs? (See this link for how this works.)
I am not naive, though I am optimistic. The problem of youth homelessness is large, but Chicago is a city of big shoulders and big solutions.
However, it is going to take many more people, companies, foundations, churches, schools, politicians and nonprofits stepping up to the plate to solve the complex issues that lead to homelessness, including poverty, racism, educational and criminal-justice inequities. LGBTQ issues are really just part of the puzzle.
People often help out once a year around the holidays, putting in volunteer time, donating toys and coats, and giving good cheer. But these youth need to eat 365 days a year, they need a bed 365 nights a year, and they need consistent, unconditional support, 365 days a year.
Tracy Baim is publisher of Windy City Times. This editorial is in the Christmas issue of the weekly LGBTQ newspaper (see here). See more details on the homeless youth summit and subsequent projects at this link.
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Valencia’s daughter, Unique, disappeared from her home while her two sons and a visiting niece slept soundly in the next room. She has not been heard from since. Valencia will not stop looking for her, and searching for her daughter’s whereabouts or remains has become part of her regular routine.
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Hi. My name is Kathy. I am 29 years old and I am in a sexless marriage. I am new to this, so I guess I am just looking to spice things up for myself. Do you think you can help me out? I dont know what else to say here, so if you want to know more please just ask.
What I’m Looking For
Just looking for someone with similar interests and someone that can put some spice back into my life. Better know how to treat a girl and know how to please her!