30 Polynesian Celebrities Making Big Hollywood Moves

30 Polynesian Celebrities Making Big Hollywood Moves Of Tongan, Samoan and Irish descent, the 18-year-old was born and raised in Hawaii. He recently became the first Pacific Islander to win American Idol having captured the hearts of viewers across the country with her touching story and incredible voice. If you don’t know Drew, you’re missing… Read More »

Boston Celtics Force Game 7 Against Miami Heat With Buzzer-Beater

After the miracle and the madnessGabe Vincent broke the silence inside the Miami Heat locker room Saturday night by humming along to “Life Goes On,” a ballad by Ed Sheeran featuring Luke Combs. Most of Vincent’s teammates were long gone by then, heading to their Miami-area homes as they faced the collective challenge of figuring… Read More »

Richard Revesz and his agency restore the pollution fight

This spring, the Biden administration proposed or implemented eight major environmental regulations, including the nation’s toughest climate rule, rolling out what experts say are the most ambitious limits on polluting industries by the government in a single season. Piloting all this is a man most Americans have never heard of, running an agency that is… Read More »

Online betting acts like a parasite in football – a fee must be legislated

There is more than enough in the Football Association’s detailed verdict on Ivan Toney’s gambling addiction to indicate that this young footballer’s wretched compulsion to gamble will not be solved easily. Toney, of course, plays in a Brentford shirt bearing the name of an online bookmaker, Hollywoodbets, one of six clubs in this season’s Premier… Read More »

Musk to pull Twitter from Europe Anti-disinformation rules: Officials

EU Commissioner Thierry Breton said Twitter withdrew from the EU’s disinformation agreement. The agreement will become law in August, so that the commission can fine violators. Elon Musk continues to troll people with posts that may violate EU rules. Load Something loads. Thank you for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed… Read More »

“Succession” fans prepare for the series finale of the Emmy-winning hit drama

WASHINGTON — Jennifer Gould, an Oregon-based trust and estate attorney, thinks the premise of “Sucsession” — HBO’s hit series about a billionaire media mogul and his children’s fight to take over the family company — is a bit flawed. “The idea that they wouldn’t have a firm succession plan in place is ridiculous,” Gould said.… Read More »

Emilia-Romagna, Italy, may face more violent and frequent storms

The floods that submerged the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna this month, killing 15 people, leaving thousands homeless and bringing transport and businesses to a standstill, were not one-off events, experts warn, predicting more similar, frequent and violent storms to come. “The question to ask,” the country’s civil protection minister, Nello Musumeci, told an Italian… Read More »

streetwear made from dried seaweed shows the future of algae in fashion at Reykjavik EDITION

fashion pieces woven from dried Icelandic seaweed Inside the Reykjavik EDITION hotel in Iceland, fashion designers Tanguy Mélinand and Drífa Líftóra unveil their collection of clothes woven from harvested and dried Icelandic pliers for SEAWEEDWORKS display. Both designers collaborate with SEAWEEDWORKS, a project founded by creative director Charlie Strand in hopes of shining a spotlight… Read More »