Amorphous Androgynous member Garry Cobain is still hopeful that the experimental rock album he worked on with Noel Gallagher, which the former Oasis star scrapped, will still one day be released.
Emerald Fennell says it took a long time for her to be comfortable saying she is "ambitious" as ambitious women are branded "unscrupulous monsters".
Kristin Cavallari admits "being forced to slow down" was exactly what she needed as she stayed at home during the snow in Tennessee.
Blake Shelton is planning to lose some weight before he ties the knot with Gwen Stefani.
Ald. Marsha Rummel was first elected to represent District 6 in 2007. She will not be running for re-election in the spring, leaving the active near east side neighborhoods open for a new leader.
A: Everything is a choice. You have to choose if you are going to decide to face your demons alone while you are in the wilderness. Are you going to allow those emotions to arise? Are you going to face them? What are you going to do with feelings that you have when you are alone out in the wilderness? Some days I really tried to let those issues that I have come up with and deal with them. Face some weird qualms head-on. When you are out there alone, you are your own hero and your own enemy. And there is nobody else to fight with and point the finger at. You really have to deal with yourself. If you don't, a lot of people just quit, because it's hard.
Much of the power of communication has to do with word choice. Here are 10 phrases that might help you on your next Zoom or Microsoft Teams call.
I put the call out on social media and in the Morning Update newsletter for people to pass along their ideas for shows to watch. Please keep them coming (I hear Netflix’s “Tiger King” is bananas) and I’ll keep sharing them.
In the words of the late United Steelworkers president Lynn Williams: “Without change we do not progress. Change requires vision and courage. But the perils of resisting it and never challenging the status quo … are immense.”
Tiger Woods made the cut right on the number in the Farmers Insurance Open by rallying with four birdies on his back nine for a 1-under 71 on the North Course at Torrey Pines.
This State Journal editorial ran on Aug. 30, 1963: