“The child actor thing can swallow you up and it did,” said Falduto in an interview with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith. “There was a lot of pressure on me at a young age. I had to figure out my own way outside of what everyone was telling me to do. I hit success kind of young and my version of success was twisted. No matter what I did, it was not going to be bigger than this young thing I did. I had to reinvent the word success for myself. I think success should be measured by how happy you are every day.” … [Read more...] about ‘There Was A Lot Of Pressure On Me At A Young Age’: Brian Falduto On ‘School Of Rock’ & Life As A Child Actor
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"One of the most painful things for a startup founder is when you get started the company is small, nobody can see the future yet and [the] best talent won't join for that reason. Therefore, we had to hire friends," Bao told Harlow. "Friends can do a bit of accounting, friends can do a little bit of HR. Here's the dilemma: If the company doesn't go well, friends support each other, everyone was cool. If the company goes well, you know you have to let go." … [Read more...] about Lime CEO: We made a lot of mistakes and we’ve learned from them
Bannister wrote in a report last week that he was raising his official price target for the S&P 500 to 3,450 from a previous level of 3,260. He added that in a perfect scenario where a "recession wall of worry is hurdled," the S&P 500 could hit 3,800 -- a nice round number that is 12% higher than then its current price. … [Read more...] about The Dow and Nasdaq are approaching big milestones. Is it too late to invest?
The shop is named after the owner's dog, Ash. It plans to sell local craft beers, and 16 taps will be available to fill up growlers, according to the Black Dog Beer Shop website. Growlers will also be sold. … [Read more...] about Black Dog Beer Shop Set To Open Near Dunn Loring Metro
It may be too late for Creed’s former students, but some good news has emerged. The Connecticut Superior Court, which retains jurisdiction over the long-running Sheff lawsuit, recently entered a “Phase IV Stipulated Order” that eliminates the racial quotas in the Hartford-area magnet schools and precludes the state from imposing economic sanctions for a school’s failure to meet the (former) quotas. This order also proposes to increase the number of seats available for Hartford students. … [Read more...] about Ending racial quotas in Hartford’s magnet schools is a big step for equality