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August 2016 / 120 posts found

Simone Biles’ longtime coach Aimee Boorman accepts new job in Florida

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Boorman, who has coached Biles since she took up gymnastics at eight years old, will be there as a mentor for five-time Olympic medalist Aimee Boorman, the longtime personal coach of Olympic champion Simone Biles, is walking away from the suburban Houston gym that both called home during their rise to international renown. Boorman announced on Monday that she is leaving the World Champions Centre, the 56,000 sq ft gym commissioned by Biles parents as a retirement venture in 2013, to become the executive director of womens gymnastics at Evo Athletics in Sarasota, Florida. My vision for what a gymnastics […]

Where to Find The Night Ofs Real-Life Bars and Restaurants

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As of Sunday, HBOs miniseries The Night Of is over. Thats sad. It was really good. But the end of it doesnt mean you have to quit its compelling noir vibe cold-turkey. Just take a trip to New York City and relive the entire series—minus the grisly murder and Riker’s Island stint—with this bar, restaurant, casino, and golf-course crawl. This cheat sheet will let you walk a mile in John Stones sandals(ew). HBO Vol de Nuit, West Village This is the bar in which John Stone confronts Cutty, akaAndrea’s ketamineconnection. It’s a good beer bar. Theres a courtyard patio out […]

Bank of America: These Stocks Will Surge When Millennials Start Making More Money

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Millennials might not be taking home large pay checks right now, but eventually they will be, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts have a list of stocks that investors should buy in preparation for that day.  The team, led by equity strategist Sarbjit Nahal, published a report this morning with a list of names poised to benefit from millennials, and the generation that comes after them dubbed the centennials which the firm says could live more than 100 years.  “There are 2 billion Millennials worldwide and they have overtaken Boomers to become the largest living generation in U.S. history,” the team writes. “But we […]

Students are taking longer to repay their loans

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Borrowers aren’t making payments and are taking longer to repay loans.Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Government-backed studentdebt is big business: About one in six U.S. adults has a student loan owned or guaranteed by taxpayers, and the feds pay their contracted loan servicers and debt collectors close to $2 billion annually to counsel borrowers on their repayment options and collect monthly payments on nearly $1.3 trillion of federal student debt. The U.S. Department of Education updates the public every three months on how borrowers are faring with their federal student loans. Bloomberg crunched the numbers on where the federal student loan portfolio […]

Gene Wilder, star of Willy Wonka and Mel Brooks comedies, dies aged 83

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The actor, who starred in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Young Frankenstein, dies aged 83 from complications from Alzheimers, family says Gene Wilder, the star of such comedy classics as The Producers and Blazing Saddles, has died. He was 83. Wilders nephew said on Monday that the actor and writer died late on Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut, from complications from Alzheimers disease. It is with indescribable sadness and blues, but with spiritual gratitude for the life lived, that I announce the passing of husband, parent, and universal artist Gene Wilder, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, Wilders nephew, said in a statement. […]

Jokes You Didn’t Know Were Indicators Of Mental Illness

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Your sense of humor says a lot about you. For example, if you think comedy peaked with Monty Python, you’re likely a huge nerd, or perhaps just old. If you describe your own comedy as “edgy,” you’re probably a jerk. If you find PewDiePie hilarious, you could have a medical condition doctors refer to as “terminal incorrectness.” But these are merely condescending knee-jerk judgments on our part. There are in fact some objective things your sense of humor can tell us about the state of your mind. Obviously, none of them are good. 5 Difficulty Detecting Sarcasm? Could Be Early […]

The Night Of Finale Shocker: Naz Will Never Be the Same

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Did HBOs The Night Of satisfy its fans desire for answers in its final episode Sunday night? Find out in this spoiler-filled recap. “> HBOs summer hit The Night Of is different. Despite the narrative elements it shares with those series, this show is pure fiction. That means it is capable of giving viewers the type of satisfying conclusion real life never can. So the big question heading into Sundays 97-minute finale was not only Did Naz do it? but perhaps more importantly, Are you satisfied? According to the jury, Naz is neither guilty nor is he not guilty. After […]

The Swedish Tycoon Hunting for Commodities Says He Makes His Own Luck

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If Monopoly were played for natural resources, Lukas Lundin would be the natty gent in the tuxedo — riding a motorcycle. And like many with a knack for the board game, the Swedish-Canadian tycoon says his victories are as much about guts as a good roll of the dice. You make your own luck, the 58-year-old Lundin said in an interview at his Vancouver offices last week. If you sit at home, youre never going to get the luck. No one could accuse Lundin of lazing around the house. He and his younger brother, Ian Lundin, oversee a family fortune […]

McCain’s GOP Senate challenger says he’s too old for the job

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Washington (CNN)Sen. John McCain’s primary opponent is standing by her criticism one day after she declared that the soon-to-be 80-year-old Arizona Republican is too old to be re-elected. “John McCain has stayed in Washington, D.C. for way too long — almost four decades,” she told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Friday, saying that McCain and his own family members had reservations about his age. “The Arizona voters will decide if they want an 80-year-old senator or not.”

The 6,000 Word Thing You Didn’t Know About ‘Seinfeld’

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On Aug. 25, 1986, Paul Simon released his seventh solo album, “Graceland,” the title track of which features the songwriter singing about his road trip to Elvis Presley’s house of the same name. I grew up listening to “Graceland” during family road trips and recently gave my dad a signed vinyl copy for Father’s Day. The song “Graceland” is partially autobiographical, as Simon actually took a trip to Graceland while working on the lyrics. He has said in the past that he felt an inexplicable desire that he “should investigate” whether he’d find some larger truth at the house. Simon ended up […]