Different about this victory for Reed was the fuchsia shirt he wore as part of a Nike script. Reed always wears black pants and a red shirt because that what Tiger Woods does, and Reed has long modeled his mental game after Woods. Stubborn, he once said about learning by watching Woods..
I think the crowd assembled for Friday night’s premiere at the Paramount understood all of that. The demographic probably wasn’t much different from the crowd who gathered for the farewell concert that The Last Waltz immortalizes: There were young and old, scenesters and regular old fans, musicians, artists, filmmakers, journalists. And Robertson was there.
Va (AP) Federal investigators divided Into 10 teams today to search a remote hillside in near freezing temperatures for clues into the weekend jetliner crash which killed all 75 persons aboard, in cluding most of the Marshall University football team. Initial findings showed “no evidence of any particular pro blem” mechanically with the twin jet DC9, and no indication of pilot error, said John D. Reed, chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board.
That’s what two London high school graduates who are part of the LGBTQ2+ community are calling for.Sal Hill and Mason Robichaud are this year’s recipients of the Rainbow Youth Leadership Bursary, sponsored by the London Community Foundation and the Pride London Festival.The bursary recognizes local high school graduates for their contributions to the LGBTQ2+ community, specifically those that support tolerance and acceptance of London area LGBTQ2+ people and their allies.”They’re really showing leadership, but at the same time they’re maintaining their grades, doing well in school, and sometimes they’ve had to overcome personal challenges,”said Lori Runciman, director of grants at the London Community Foundation.Robichaud, 18, came out to his family as gay when he was 14. He grew up in a family that struggled with finances and moved often, which made keeping friendships difficult. When he was 16, he moved into housing provided by WAYS Mental Health in London where he pays rent, purchases his own food and other needs, and contributes to the home.Luckily, Robichaud said, his friends and family were supportive of him when he came out.He said he thought it was important that he took on an activist and educator role after ]so many activists helped him when he was struggling with his identity.”A year before I was ready to come out, I felt rather alone and unsure who I was and how I could make that work for me,” Robichaud said.