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The Enchanted Life of Bruce Bozzi

The more Mr. Bozzi thought about it, the more he realized that much of his identity came from others. He was “the son of” at the Palm. In 2016, Mr Bozzi married Hollywood’s all-powerful agent Bryan Lourd and became “the husband of”. In celebrity tabloids, Mr. Bozzi has long been …

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When Axel Webber was fired from Juilliard, TikTok stepped in

To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android. On Monday morning, Axel Webber, a 22-year-old from Cumming, Georgia, a town outside of Atlanta, posted a TikTok telling his followers about an audition he had completed the day before on Zoom …

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15 actions to keep inflation under control in your portfolio

Text size Photovoltaic modules on an AES Tiete solar farm in São Paulo state, Brazil, in April. Jonne Roriz / Bloomberg Inflation has become severe enough to make it a concern for consumers, the Federal Reserve and the investing public. Investors expect interest rates to rise as the Fed struggles …

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How the pandemic changed HR jobs

For George Boué, who led human resources at Stiles, a commercial real estate company based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., The anxieties of his job started to escalate this fall. He kept waking up at 3 a.m., his mind racing with questions. How was he going to deploy a vaccination mandate …

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Who is Annie Hamilton? – The New York Times

For her high school yearbook, at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Ms. Hamilton chose a quote from actor Zoë Tamerlis Lund, who had been the muse and collaborator of director Abel Ferrara on the 1992 film, “Bad Lieutenant” . According to Ms. Hamilton, Fieldston did not approve of this choice, …

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A Fed official’s 2020 trade sparked an uproar. It went beyond what was first revealed.

Richard H. Clarida, outgoing Federal Reserve Vice President, did not initially disclose the extent of a financial transaction he made in early 2020 as the Fed prepared to dive and rescue the markets in the midst of the ongoing pandemic. Mr Clarida had previously been criticized for buying shares on …

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How the pandemic prompted homeowners to get creative to fill the retail space

In the fall of last year, many retail owners heaved a sigh of relief. They had done everything to fill empty storefronts during the darker days of the pandemic, offering concessions to tenants and saying yes to pop-ups. This strategy seemed to be paying off. In the third quarter of …

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The novelist who saw Central America as it really was

Is Babbitt a comic character? A tragic character? Just a running figure of what Lewis’ friend and mentor HL Mencken called “boobish”? The triumph of “Babbitt” is that we cannot confidently answer this question. The name Babbitt entered the language – a “Babbitt” was a ridiculous conformist living in a …

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Death notice of Maria Piedad Vigil Rivera (Betty)

Maria Piedad Vigil Rivera (Betty) Maria Piedad Vigil Rivera (Betty) of Roland, OK died on December 26, 2022. She was born on June 17, 1937 in Monta Vista, CA. Later, she met her husband Ignacio Rivera and moved to La Habra, California. She and Ignacio raised their children and were …

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Hispanic voters in this Pennsylvania city are heading to the GOP. Both parties want to know why.

READING, Pennsylvania – At first, Joseph Nuñez didn’t like Donald Trump. “I couldn’t stand the guy. I didn’t like the way he talked about Hispanics or people in general, ”he said. But by 2020, Mr. Nuñez had become a fan of Mr. Trump’s style and priorities, and he voted for …

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