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entrepreneur brings a taste of sneaker culture to Lynchburg | Virginia News

By BRYSON GORDON, News and Advance LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — Trying to find Rhontae Harris’ sneaker store on one of the busiest stretches of Wards Road in Lynchburg can be a little tricky. It was even difficult for Harris to find the perfect place to launch his business: a high-end sneaker shop. Harris, who was […]

Fighting the stigma of individual dormitories

It all started when my freshman roommate moved out during my second semester. I came back to my room one evening after a late-night study session, and lo and behold, brown shipping boxes filled her side of the room with all of her items inside. She texted me saying she could enter the lottery and […]

Are these “distraught” Crocs real?

Knee-high socks, plaid miniskirts and exaggerated hats, the romantic comedy “Clueless” is, if nothing else, an ode to the pinnacle of 1990s fashion. And nearly three decades after the film was launched, its revealing style has been reintroduced into the fashion world. Cue 2022, when the foam clog brand Crocs presented its “Clueless” collection sold […]

Local soldier inspires others to give to children in Iraq | Archives

BRADFORD, Pa. ã Samantha Hackett is described by relatives as a young woman who always tried to help others if she could. So it was no surprise to her aunt and mother when the 19-year-old US Army National Guard specialist, originally from Bradford and stationed in Iraq, asked for their help with a project. When […]

Sneaker cleaning entrepreneur raises the bar for Fox students

Proudly sporting a Temple t-shirt, Cory Matthews, Class of 2025, took to the podium last October at a ceremony celebrating the university’s Cecil B. Moore scholarship program and flaunted the owl tattoo on his front. -right arm. Matthews — a North Philadelphia native who grew up in 10th and Jefferson — never shied away from […]

Obituary of Larry James Loofboro (1946 – 2022) – Kalamazoo, MI

Larry James Loofboro, Sr. found peace on Thursday, January 6, 2022, after months struggling with several health issues, including diabetes, kidneys and congestive heart failure, at his home with his family surrounded by his bedside. He was born September 26, 1946 in Kalamazoo, MI, son of Wynan and Shirley (Zimmerman) Loofboro and has lived in […]

Karen Kay Williams (née Duncan), 1940-2021 | Obituary

Karen Kay Williams (née Duncan) passed away peacefully on the hazy afternoon of December 19, 2021 in Bakersfield, aged 81. Karen was born September 26, 1940 in Sullivan, Indiana, to Harriett (Gilman) and Franklin Duncan. An only child, she spent her early years in Indiana and often talked about watching her parents dance to the […]

With demonstrations of “shedding of shoes”, the parents oppose as a preventive measure a mandate of vaccination at the school

The pairs of empty shoes outside of Ridgefield Park Junior-Senior High School provided striking images. Toddler work boots, sandals, soccer cleats and water shoes – each pair representing a child who would be absent from school if a COVID-19 vaccination mandate was put in place. Jennifer Schmitt, standing in the middle of rows of shoes […]

Lumberton Junior High Wins $ 10,000 Tech Grant in Rack Room Shoes Teacher of the Year Contest

December 14, 2021 LUMBERTON – The Robeson County Public Schools School Board will send $ 2,000 to the Mayfield Independent School District in Ky., Which has been affected by recent tornadoes in the area. The region was hit by tornadoes on Friday, among others, including Tennessee, Arkansas, Illinois and other states. Several ideas surrounding the […]

New Bedford, Fairhaven Dollar Tree Stores not yet “$ 1.25 Tree”

Dollar Tree recently announced that it has been forced to raise its price to $ 1.25 in stores across the country, including local stores like New Bedford, Fall River, Wareham and North Dartmouth. The extra shift has yet to start on the south coast, it seems. “What the company told us is that the stores […]

Obituary: Catherine Cecelia (Glidden) Pelletier

Catherine Cecelia (Glidden) Pelletier GARDINER – Catherine Cecelia (Glidden) Pelletier, 83, died in hospital on November 28, 2021. Cathy was born in Prentiss, Maine on September 30, 1938, daughter of Lewis Glidden and Gertrude (Briggs) Dow. She attended Lee Academy until she moved to Gardiner and attended and graduated from Gardiner High School. Cathy has […]

Doris Enterline obituary (1929 – 2021) – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Jesus took her by the hand and said to her, “Come with me. Your work here is finished.” Doris S. Enterline, 92, walked hand in hand with her Lord as she entered eternal rest in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day. Doris suffered a heart attack and died suddenly but peacefully while visiting family […]

Christmas Elvis could visit the parade of lights on Saturday | New

CHAMPAIGN – Elvis comes out of his “retirement” Saturday night as the Parade of Lights returns to downtown Champaign. “We’ll have a blue, blue, blue, blue Christmas,” said Xander Hazel, executive director of the Champaign Center for Partnership, which is planning the event presented by Christie Clinic. In keeping with Elvis’ theme, downtown will be […]

Tech Savvy: Move those precious family photos from that shoebox or scrapbook to digital

Lots and lots of photos. It’s a reminder of all those generations of family photos that can languish in photo albums. For anyone who’s ever created photo boards for family events, these vintage photos are invaluable links to young faces, childhood homes, and vivid memories of their parents. There are a number of photo scanning […]

WATCH: Jaylen Clark talks about saving more minutes for UCLA, Jordan Brand Shoes

UCLA men’s basketball goalie Jaylen Clark spoke to media Monday afternoon about gaining more minutes in the roster this season, his health, and Jordan Brand’s first two months of partnership with the Bruins. JAYLEN CLARK Want to ride? Oh, super impatient. It’s good that we’re all here. We wake up every morning, we come to […]

Pinterest University – The Miami Student

Throughout high school, especially high school, we fall into the rabbit hole of the Pinterest board of perfectly decorated dorms and glorified healthy meals in the dining room. We are given this misconception of what college life really is, along with the freedom and ease that really comes with it. From dorms to dining options […]

Obituary: Bernard Tapie, a colorful and controversial French businessman

October 9, 2021 IN SPRING from 1985, Bernard Tapie appears in a new French television program, “The game of truth”. It typically featured artists such as Alain Delon and Elton John; Mr. Tapie was the first businessman to attend. A painful austerity plan weighed on the economy. On the show, he received calls from factory […]

Son helps keep his father’s business central to the community

Logan Shoe Repair, opened by Benjamin Harrison Logan in 1919, was a longtime community fixture. Ben was born in Callaway County in 1892 to Dixon and Martha (Brandon) Logan, the seventh of 12 children. He was a porter at the Monroe house. The Lincoln Institute established an industrial school in 1891, providing education in the […]

Phloris Yvonne Kartheiser, 87 years old | Daily Inter Lac

On Saturday, September 25, 2021, at 9 a.m., Phloris Yvonne Kartheiser, wife, mother, mother-in-law and loving grandmother, gently passed away from this world and went to her heavenly abode. At 87, Yvonne was at home and at peace in her lovely bedroom upon her passing, where she was surrounded by her children and her devoted […]

Marshawn Lynch named first-ever NFLPA Chief Brand Ambassador

Marshawn Lynch has a new job. The former running back became the First Chief Ambassador of the NFLPA Brand. “Few players have used their platforms to bolster both their individual success and the success of all players like Marshawn, while remaining true to himself and his values,” said NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice. Smith, in a […]

Groups meet and benefit students at Arkansas School for the Deaf

The National Society of New England Women Diamond Colony, the Arkansas Branch Sons & Daughters of the Pilgrims, and the Arkansas Society Daughters of Founders & Patriots of America recently held their biannual triad meeting and collected shoe boxes for the students. from the Arkansas School for the Deaf. “ASD is a state-run public school […]

The History Beat: An Overview of Stories, Editorials, Photos from 1874-1971 | Local

Nineteenth century vocabulary: Deadly, meaning deadly or fatal: “A five year old boy who had seen a peacock for the first time ran into the house and exclaimed at his sister: ‘Oh, Lizzie, I just saw a big deadly tail coming up. walk with a hen tied! – The morning star, August 31, 1885 Fun […]

David Robbins Obituary (2021) – Quincy, Illinois

David Joe Robbins, 77, of Hull, Ill., Died at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at his home. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. on Monday, October 4, 2021 at the Smith Funeral Home & Chapel. Pastor Jack Schulz and Pastor Anthony Schindler will officiate. Interment with full military honors provided by Barry […]

Central Opens Store With Free Products For Needy Students | Nvdaily

WOODSTOCK – The headmistress of the central high school, Lori Swortzel, has several long-term projects that she wants to see come to fruition in her school. The first of these has arrived – Central Outfitters. It’s a store with free clothes, deodorant, shampoo and soap for students who need it. Swortzel messaged Facebook on July […]

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES – Times News Online

Posted on September 26, 2021 at 11:01 a.m. The Lehigh Valley Youth Volunteer Council Volunteer Center is calling on all high school students in the Great Lehigh Valley from grades 9 to 12 to join the council for the 2021-22 school year. Join a group of like-minded peers, volunteer your time to our community according […]

Nicky Hilton’s Fall Must-Haves

In our new series “What’s Your Fancy?”, we ask taste experts to share the little luxuries essential to their everyday life. For Nicky Hilton, shoes can make or break an outfit. And although she’s often seen in fashion shows or on the red carpet in heels, she’s been a fan of flat ballet since she […]

DICK’S House of Sport Knoxville becomes a proud corporate partner of Tennessee Athletics

KNOXVILLE – DICK’S Sporting Goods announced Friday that its DICK’S House of Sport store in Knoxville has been named a proud corporate partner of Tennessee Athletics in a one-of-a-kind partnership. Through this new multi-year agreement, DICK’s House of Sport will become the presenting partner of Tennessee Youth Sports Day for young players, coaches and families […]

John Legend designs shoe collection for Sperry – The Hollywood Reporter

If you purchase an independently rated product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. EGOT musician and activist John Legend is now officially a shoe designer. The voice coach and his longtime stylist Dave Thomas teamed up with Sperry on a collection of men’s footwear, which landed on […]

Vanessa Hudgens wore an oversized tee and black platform boots – Footwear News

All products and services presented are independently selected by the editors. However, FN may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Vanessa Hudgens shows how to make grunge modern with her latest look. The “High School Musical” actress posted a series […]

Boys’ Basketball Diary: Reed Enters Michigan, Mayo Leaves Chaminade, Frazier Resigns | Boys basketball

They will continue that connection this winter at Link Year Prep. Mayo will follow Reed for his final year. The 6-2, 175-pound Mayo was a second-team All-Metro selection after averaging 13.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 1.4 steals and one block per game as a junior. Mayo is ranked as a three-star rookie by 247sports. […]

Are there any living Americans who witnessed an atomic bomb in Japan?

Toledoan John Kleparek was at the forefront of some of the most turbulent times of the 20th century. TOLEDO, Ohio – This weekend a World War II Navy veteran from the Toledo area is celebrating his 95th birthday. John Kleparek Jr. was born August 3, 1926. On Saturday he was greeted with a surprise 95th […]

The Ariel Theater presented with the Local Musician’s Award

GALLIPOLIS – From high school performances to a musical theater dream, Lora Snow has spent most of her life sharing a love of the arts through performance and Ariel opera. Snow, founder and executive director of the Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Center – also known as The Ariel Theater and The Ariel Opera House […]

Nicky Hilton hosts French sole dinner in her own shoe line – Footwear News

Nicky Hilton gathered her friends and family together last night to celebrate summer with the help of French Sole. The media mogul showcased new pieces from his collaborative collection at his French Sole summer dinner in Santa Monica, California. Hilton’s sister, Paris Hilton and her sister-in-law Tessa Hilton, as well as Stacey Bendet, Brooke Wiederhorn, […]

Blessed and honored: Penn State looks to end a formidable strong July

July has already been one of the best months for Penn State football recruiting in quite some time. Since the schedule shifted from June to July, the Nittany Lions 2022 recruiting class has added eight players. The Nittany Lions have also added 2023 limit five-star offensive lineman Alex Birchmeier, who is among the top 50 […]

Barbara Palvin on her Dahlia Tequila campaign, beauty tips and DMs from Dylan Sprouse

The fashion industry is back on track after a long, hard hiatus in 2020. Red carpets are teeming with celebrities, Fashion Week is back, and models are booking new gigs. Barbara Palvin is one of those famous faces, having recently shot a campaign for Dahlia Tequila. (In case you’re curious, she prefers to take her […]

Alaina Dunn: Express yourself with fashion

I believe that self-expression is such a beautiful thing. Expression through verbalization, putting some of your thoughts in the world using only your own voice, your own unique speech pattern. Expression in writing, being able to jot down the thoughts in your head in the correct order, knowing that your writing style can never be […]

New Netflix Reality Series ‘My Unorthodox Life’ Takes a Strong Stand Against Fundamentalism

Julia Haart talks about her new reality series ‘My Unorthodox Life’ premiering on Netflix. Photo courtesy of Netflix. Controversy is already swirling around Julia Haart and her upcoming Netflix reality series My unorthodox life, which will start on July 14. The show centers on Haart’s personal and professional life and details his escape from an […]

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Oh, hello: three-star linebacker Keon Wylie commits to Penn State

Size weight: 6 feet 3 inches, 220 pounds Hometown / High School: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Imhotep Institute) Ranking: (0.8678 247Sport Composite) Notable offers: State of Arizona, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Pitt, Texas A&M Keon Wylie is a player who has long been on the Nittany Lions’ radar. Wylie received his offer from the Nittany Lions on […]