An Aug. 8 notice states that the court discovered that SDWR's "assets may be recovered by the trustee" and individuals must fill out and submit a Proof of Claim from the Clerk of the Court by Nov. 11, as Morgan explained. He added, however, that it is a "strong possibility" all recovered assets go to the Internal Revenue Service rather than individuals. … [Read more...] about Families fear service-dog nonprofit scammed them out of thousands of dollars
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Bundchen continued: “I felt like maybe it was time to share some of my vulnerabilities, and it made me realize, everything I’ve lived through, I would never change, because I think I am who I am because of those experiences.” … [Read more...] about Gisele Bundchen opens up about her ‘all-consuming’ anxiety, panic attacks
I was a saxophone performance major at Berklee College of Music at the time. My classmates and I rolled our eyes at Clinton-the-sunglass-wearing-saxophonist and laughed at how, despite his corny amateurism, the audaciousness of his effort lent him street cred. It seemed his "musicality" evidenced his capacity to relate to communities of color, earning him a tongue-only-partly-in-cheek designation, even by Toni Morrison, as our country's "first black president." "After all," Morrison once wrote, "Clinton displays almost every trope of blackness: single-parent household, born poor, working-class, saxophone-playing, McDonald's s-and-junk-food-loving boy from Arkansas." Clinton's supposed Blackness lost its currency when, by virtue of Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaWhen will Trump's supporters see him for who he is? The American military benefits from vote by mail What would bin Laden think, watching our self-destruction? MORE's African heritage and demonstrable musical hipness, the "real … [Read more...] about Does Kamala Harris’s music matter?
Still, it’s hard to not be delighted when all four characters quickly wind up at the White House, where Karen has used her friendship with the first lady to get Grace a job redecorating the Oval Office (Grace brings a bag of Cheetos to use for color coordination). And, thanks to Jack’s many gay connections in the Secret Service, Will finds his way into a Rose Garden news conference to meet his latest crush: a cute, conservative congressman. … [Read more...] about The pleasant, but entirely unnecessary, return of “Will & Grace”
But the issues chefs and business owners are wrestling with aren’t limited to the financial losses due to closed dining rooms. This year has also seen monumental social justice movements. And the fine dining industry — a sector where workers stand to earn more money than most other places in the restaurant world — has notoriously reflected inequities present elsewhere in the world. Many restaurant workers have publicly spoken out about discrimination they’ve faced, including at some of the Bay Area’s most esteemed Michelin-starred restaurants. According to a 2019 report by worker advocacy nonprofit Restaurant Opportunities Center United, the Bay Area has the widest wage gap between white workers and workers of color at upscale restaurants in the country. … [Read more...] about SF had the country’s premier fine dining scene. Do Michelin stars matter now?