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    A personal trainer who was one of four Britons caught breaching police checkpoints to take selfies near the erupting volcano on La Palma has revealed they were trying to save stranded dogs. Seb Jones, 33, told MailOnline he and his muscled friends Andy Flavell, Tom Whaite and Zack Hurley, responded to social media campaigns to rescue the animals trapped near the flowing lava and rushed to save them. But their daring mission was thwarted when falling ash and smoke started to burn and suffocate the would-be rescuers before they were intercepted by police. The intrepid explorers now face possible court action for putting their lives and those of the security services at risk according to local media. Seb, who also owns Oldham Driveways, said: 'Me and my friends are all big animal lovers, especially dogs and we saw on social media about all the petitions to get the dogs out of El Paso and how they'd been left.  Seb Jones (pictured), 33, who was one of four Britons caught breaching police checkpoints to take selfies near the erupting volcano on La Palma...
    MENOMONIE, Wis. — Why did four friends from the Twin Cities lose their lives to gun violence with their bodies discovered in an abandoned vehicle in a cornfield in western Wisconsin? “That is the mystery,” said Damone Presley Sr., whose daughter, Nitosha Lee Flug-Presley, was killed. “Hopefully, through the investigation we’ll get that answered.” Flug-Presley, 30, of Stillwater, was with her lifelong friend Jasmine Christine Sturm, 30, of St. Paul. One of the men found dead in the vehicle, Matthew Isiah Pettus, 26, of St. Paul, was Sturm’s brother, Presley said. Loyace Foreman III, 35, of St. Paul, was Sturm’s boyfriend. They had been at a bar in St. Paul on Saturday night. A farmer found the black SUV about 65 miles to the east in Dunn County, Wis., on Sunday. Dunn County Sheriff Kevin Bygd said authorities believe they died less than 24 hours from the time they were found. He said there was no known connection between Dunn County and the four. “We’re confident that this was a place these victims were randomly brought to,” Bygd said. The...
    Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman is once again addressing the lack of diversity on the legendary New York-based sitcom that featured a predominantly all-white cast.  Speaking on new CNN series, History of a Sitcom, Kauffman, 64, talks about how she blames herself for the issue.  'It was, to a certain extent, a product of the time period and of my own ignorance,' she stated during the CNN show.  Diversity matters: Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman blames herself for lack of diversity on hit sitcom saying it was partly down to her 'own ignorance' 'There were Black shows and there were white shows. There weren't a lot of shows that were interracial,' she continued.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next From Friends to Frasier, to Ellen, to Cybill...! How this... Friends co-creator reveals why it took so long to bring the... Courteney Cox's daughter Coco Arquette, 17, reveals whether... Friends reunion: Lisa Kudrow shares she is 'thrilled' with... Share this article Share The TV writer and creator added: 'I guess at the time I...
    Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc in HBO Max's "Friends: The Reunion." Courtesy of HBO Max The main cast of "Friends" reunited for an unscripted special for HBO Max, released on Thursday.  David Schwimmer said he and Jennifer Aniston were "crushing hard on each other" early on the show. He revealed that they never dated because they were never single at the same time.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Friends" costars Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer revealed that they had a major crush on each other at the start of the hit sitcom, but kept things professional.  The two actors, known for their roles as on-again, off-again couple Rachel Green and Ross Geller, opened up about their feelings for each other during HBO Max 's unscripted "Friends" reunion special released on Thursday. "Friends: The Reunion" was hosted by James Corden and centered on the six main stars — Aniston, Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay), Courteney Cox (Monica Geller), Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing), and Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani) — reminiscing...
      MSNBC anchor Brian Williams wrapped his Tuesday night show by going out of his way to not just mock Fox & Friends, but to remind his viewers “who the deniers” of Covid-19 and universal mask-wearing as a practical means for abatement of the potentially deadly contagion. Williams played a clip from what he correctly identified as President Donald Trump’s television show, in which co-host Steve Doocy shared findings from a report he had recently read that showed how masks have been very effective in limiting the spread of Covid-19 in his home state of Kansas. It was a noteworthy moment for a show that—in the earliest days of the pandemic when very little was known about the novel coronavirus—had expressed skepticism about the disease. On-air personalities dismissed it as being no worse than the flu, and they often highlighted small business owners who protested mask mandates and lockdown orders to keep people safe. At the end of the clip, Doocy explains to his co-hosts that, based on his research, “apparently, masks work.”  Now Doocy appeared to deliver...
    Dear Moneyist, I am an avid reader of your column and have realized a pattern in myself that I am less than proud of. I am in my early 30s, and my partner is in her late 20s. We do well for ourselves, we travel, we aren’t struggling. I own a nice home in a town a few hours away that I rent out because I recently moved to the city. We are renting in the city now to save money. We have a roommate, and I feel that some friends judge us for this. Our friends are successful and all around our age. They are building extravagant homes, making what I believe to be more money than us, and I can’t help but be green with envy and always comparing what they have to what we don’t. Dispatches from a pandemic: Letter from New York: ‘New Yorkers wear colorful homemade masks, while nurses wear garbage bags’ I hate that my friends still get help from their parents and were born into money. They have no student-loan debt,...
    Alia Shawkat is shutting down those pesky Brad Pitt dating rumors. The “Arrested Development” star, 31, has finally addressed the reports claiming she and Pitt, 56, were dating after they were spotted hanging out together at the “L.A. on Fire” art exhibition in November. “We’re not dating. We’re just friends,” she told Vulture. “I’ve gotten press, but not like that. Not so uncontrollable.” Page Six learned shortly after the photos went viral that they were just good friends. Shawkat was left aghast at how much the news cycle focused on her — and even how much her friends wouldn’t leave well enough alone. “I was like, ‘I don’t believe this,’” she recalled. “All my friends were like ‘What’s going on?’ and sending me photos. I just felt overwhelmed. It’s that feeling of being naked in school, like, ‘Oh my God, everyone’s looking at me.’” The “Search Party” star explained that she met the Oscar winner through director Spike Jonze. “We just became friends, and Brad introduced me to his group of friends, and it grew from there,” she said,...
    The two sparked dating rumors after they were spotted out together last year. Alia Shawkat and Brad Pitt aren’t dating. The Search Party actress denied rumors that she was dating Pitt during an interview with Vulture published on Friday. The rumors that the two were dating began after Pitt and Shawkat were photographed visiting an art exhibit together. The two were then spotted attending Mike Birbiglia’s one-man-show together and seeing Kanye West’s opera Nebuchadnezzar. “We’re not dating. We’re just friends,” she said during the interview. She said that, after the rumors began to circulate online, she got a flurry of questions from people in her own life about them. “All my friends were like ‘What’s going on?’ and sending me photos. I just felt overwhelmed. It’s that feeling of being naked in school, like, oh my God, everyone’s looking at me,” Shawkat remembered. Shawkat, who also starred on Arrested Development, recalled the amount of press attention that came with the rumors. Although she’s been working in Hollywood since she was 9, she said that the media attention has never been...
    Dear Moneyist, I am an avid reader of your column and have realized a pattern in myself that I am less than proud of. I am in my early 30s, and my partner is in her late 20s. We do well for ourselves, we travel, we aren’t struggling. I own a nice home in a town a few hours away that I rent out because I recently moved to the city. We are renting in the city now to save money. We have a roommate, and I feel that some friends judge us for this. Our friends are successful and all around our age. They are building extravagant homes, making what I believe to be more money than us, and I can help but be green with envy and always comparing what they have to what we don’t. Dispatches from a pandemic: Letter from New York: ‘New Yorkers wear colorful homemade masks, while nurses wear garbage bags’ I hate that my friends still get help from their parents and were born into money. They have no student-loan debt,...
    Loneliness did not increase among Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, a new study suggests. When social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders were enacted, there was a lot of fear that people would feel isolated. Instead, there were increased feelings of social support and more reports of people connecting with their family and friends. The team, from Florida State University College of Medicine, says that Americans likely bonded with their loved ones about going through a pandemic together, which helped prevent them from feeling lonely. A new study from Florida State University found that older adults reported slightly increased levels of loneliness at the outset, but it leveled off after stay-at-home orders were enacted (file image) People living alone also had more feelings of loneliness, but it did not rise as social distancing orders were implemented. Pictured: People wait in line outside the National Building Museum for walk-up COVID-19 testing in Washington, DC on June 15 'There has been a lot of worry that loneliness would increase dramatically because of the social distancing guidelines and restrictions,' said lead author Dr...
    This might be the perfect example of bad timing. Everyone knows that it’s a bad idea to propose at someone else’s wedding, but it still happens. It’s an even worse idea, however, to propose while incredibly drunk to someone who has already said they don’t want to get married. A best man says that he and his girlfriend are on a break and his friends aren't speaking to him after he drunkenly proposed while serving as best man at his friend's wedding. (iStock) In a post that appeared on Reddit’s forums, a poster using the name Oliverdefreg explained how he was asked to be the best man at his best friend’s wedding. Being the poster’s first wedding, he says he was nervous to give a speech and ended up drinking too much and becoming very drunk. He also said that, prior to the wedding, he and his girlfriend had decided not to get engaged for a while due to personal reasons. NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE JOINS PHILADELPHIA PROTESTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER WEDDING The post says, “The wedding reception rolls around, I make...
    Sean Hannity is denying rumors that he is secretly dating “Fox & Friends” anchor Ainsley Earhardt. Rumors have been swirling that the two Fox anchors were a couple after Hannity, 58, and Earhardt, 43, were spotted together on Long Island during the lockdown. Both Hannity and Earhardt are single. Page Six exclusively revealed last week that Hannity and his wife Jill Rhodes have divorced after more than 20 years of marriage. A source told Page Six, “The rumors started because Sean lives on Long Island, and Ainsley rented a house in the Hamptons during the pandemic. Sean has a studio at his home, and Ainsley has been using his studio as her remote broadcast location for ‘Fox & Friends.'” Sources close to both Hannity and Earhardt deny they are a couple. Through a Fox News spokesperson, Hannity said, “I do not discuss my personal life in public. Through a Fox News spokesperson, Earhardt said, “Right now I am focused on raising my daughter. As anyone at Fox News will tell you, Sean is a wonderful person and whomever he chooses...
    A former standout Irvington High School athlete died the day after a Route 22 crash in Newark that killed two young dancers at the scene, and left two others critical, authorities said Wednesday. Taylor Hill, 19, and Kamal Johnson, 18 -- both of Newark and former dance majors at Arts High School -- were passengers in a Cadillac sedan that crashed in the eastbound lanes of Route 22 Tuesday around 11:10 p.m., Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said. They were pronounced dead at the scene. Nashawn Brooks, 20, of Irvington, was transported to University Hospital and pronounced pronounced dead just before noon Wednesday, Stephens and Ambrose said. Brooks was a former standout Irvington High School athlete who last year played football at Wagner. Gov. Phil Murphy said the five were coming back from a pop-up party on Point Pleasant Beach that brought police from surrounding towns to control crowds. Videos posted to social media by Hill moments before the wreck show her and her friends singing in the back seat of...
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