Adam Woods and Laura Acton had saved for their wedding for several years after Woods proposed back in 2017, the Sun reports. On the Friday night before their Saturday wedding, however, the venue closed down after England enacted strict social distancing policies. … [Read more...] about Couple exchange Burger King onion rings after coronavirus cancels wedding
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It all went down Friday on the ABC talk show, when the co-host said she heard there was a couple in the audience, Sarah Chrisman and James “Bo” Allbritton, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, who met in 2008 and had been engaged for four years, yet to make it official, per ABC News in a piece published Friday. (RELATED: Joy Behar: Female Trump Voters Don’t Know The Difference Between A Predator And A Protector) … [Read more...] about Joy Behar Officiates Surprise Wedding On ‘The View’ On Valentine’s Day And It’s Truly Can’t-Miss!
After helping stabilize a portfolio of Hearst-owned newspapers nationwide, he was sent to San Francisco to run the Examiner in 1995. This was toward the end of the joint operating agreement that merged business operations of the afternoon Examiner and the family-owned San Francisco Chronicle that published in the morning. It was supposed to be a one-year stint but was extended to three due to ongoing upheaval and lawsuits that eventually led to Hearst’s successful purchase of The Chronicle in 2000. … [Read more...] about Lee Guittar, Examiner publisher in the 1990s, dies at 88
There are a lot of classic ingredients that go into a banana split. So it seems appropriate that “Banana Split” includes all the tasty components of a good, fun, soulfully smart summer-after-senior-year teen flick. It’s got sharp-tongued dialogue and fresh appealing actors who know just how to deliver it. It’s got an anthropological eye for youth culture, with its perpetually evolving fashions and habits (e.g., vaping) and pop references (“He thinks he’s a drug lord, clearly.” “Right, because all drug lords drive around in their shitty Jettas listening to Carly Rae Jepson”). It nods to the mythology of John Hughes — in fact, it opens with deadpan-cynical April (Hannah Marks) getting hit on by dreamboat Nick (Dylan Sprouse), who looks like if-Brad-Pitt-and-Leonardo-DiCaprio-had-a-baby with long blond ’90s Hanson brothers hair, the two high schoolers wasting no time before they make out in a diner booth, which leads to a … [Read more...] about ‘Banana Split’: Film Review
There's nothing like creating a home with someone you love, and this doormat will help welcome in friends and family. You can easily customize the doormat to be unique to your home and family. Not only is it super durable and machine-washable, but it will make your home extra warm and comfortable. … [Read more...] about 19 Thoughtful Gifts For Your Favorite Newly Engaged Couple